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        Save The Products Of The Land (poster).: ca. 1918. World War I

      . The U.S. Food Administration urges Americans to eat less beef by substituting fish into their diet. Printed in "natural" full color, text is in white over the green underwater scene. Poster measures 20 x 30 inches (51 x 76 cm). Conservation backed on linen. Book condition: Fine Condition

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        Das Leben einer Familie in Schattenbildern. Für einen Kreis von Freunden gedruckt von den Rudolfinischen Druckern Rudolf Gerstung und Rudolf Koch.

      34,5x49,5 cm. 28 Lithographien auf Büttenpapier nach Schattenbildern von Rudolf Koch, montiert auf Karton. In Originalhalbleinwandmappe mit Deckelbild. "Sechster Rudolfinischer Druck." - Rodenberg 125,6: "Die Originale sind mit dem Messer ausgeschnittene Silhouetten." - Mappeninnendeckel handschriftlich numeriert: Nr. 23 (von 150?), nicht signiert. - Das Titelblatt ist mit 1918 datiert, das Inhaltsverzeichnis mit 1919. - 2 Kartons etwas angerändert. Papierbezug am Mappenvorderdeckel mit 2 Abrissen.

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat]
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        DIE REPUBLIK. Chefredakteur: Wilhelm Herzog. (Ab Juni 1919: Tageszeitung für die deutschen Arbeiterräte. Geleitet von Ernst Däumig und Wilhelm Herzog). 46 Einzelnummern.

      Durchweg mit Mittelfalte, diese geglättet, zumeist gebräunt. Vorhanden: Jg. 1: Nr. 1 (3. Dezember 1918), 2, 5, 9, 10, 16, 19; Jg. 2: Nr. 19, 24, 25, 27, 35, 46, 50, 56, 59, 66, 70-73, 75, 76, 78, 79, 82, 90, 94, 95, 97, 98, 102, 103, 104, 106, 111-115, 119, 122-126 (letzte Nummer mit Anzeige des Verbots). Die Nummern 116-118 und 121 liegen in Kopie bei. - Als Motto der Zeitung im Kopf: Für die Sicherung der Revolution. Für die Internationale. Für Menschlichkeit. Gerechtigkeit und Macht müßen eins werden, damit die Gerechtigkeit Macht und die Macht Gerechtigkeit werde. Pascal. - Seltene Zeitung der Arbeiterräte, die mehrfach verboten wurde und nach dem Verbot vom 23. Juni 1919 das Erscheinen einstellte. - Insgesamt papierbedingt gebräunt, einige Ausgaben mit Randläsuren. [2 Warenabbildungen bei]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Sibylle Böhme]
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        The Marne. A Tale of the War

      Macmillan, U.K., 1918. First Edition. Binding: Softcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. The Adventures Of An American Soldier In The War Of 1914-18. 138 pages, size 7.25 inches tall by 4.75 inches, with a 2 page catalogue, in paper covered boards. Book - in Very Good blue paper covered boards with black lettering - light irregular fading to the boards. Contents, light marking and light browning to the pastedowns and free front and rear endpaper, light browning to the title pages and minor to the page edges, light marking to the bottom page edges. Dust Jacket - Good Plus Plus - red jacket, some browning to the spine and surface abrasion where a price label has been removed and light surface abrasion to the top edge of the back of the jacket. A Rare and Desirable Volume, especially as it is complete with Its Very Rare Dust Jacket. EMAIL FOR SCANS. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 250 grams. Category: Fiction; Inventory No: 9999761.

      [Bookseller: John T. & Pearl Lewis]
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        Mexican War Film Corporation Stock Book

      W.N. Perrin & Company New York: W.N. Perrin & Company. [1918]. Film corporation stock book. Oblong octavo. Green boards with red canvas spine and gilt lettering. Wear to the spine ends, writing on the cover, and with 22 of the 50 stock certificates still attached, an additional six present but loose, and eight certificate receipts removed, very good or better. A stock book for the Mexican War Film Corporation, one of several motion picture production companies owned and operated by Harry Aiken, who has Signed two of the stock receipts. Aiken was an early film producer best known for his role in bringing D.W. Griffith's Birth of a Nation to the screen. The Mexican War Film Corporation only produced one picture, the lost 1914 silent The Life of General Villa, a feature-length mixture of documentary and dramatic recreations starring Pancho Villa (who used his advance and share of the profits to help fund the Mexican Revolution). The events surrounding the production of the film were made into the 2003 television movie And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself with Antonio Banderas in the title role and Jim Broadbent as Aiken. A rare surviving document from a notable lost film. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Ring of the Niblung - a Trilogy with a Prelude by Richard Wagner. The Rhinegold and The Valkyrie Siegfried and The Twilight of the Gods

      London: William Heinemann, 1918.. Reprint. Brown and grey gilt illustrated hardback cloth cover. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket.Upper section of front cover of first volume slightly sunned. 160pp, 182pp :: 64 tissue guarded tipped in colour plates; additional b/w drawings :: 260mm x 180mm (10" x 7") :: Non uniform set, the second volume comprising 'Siegfried and The Twilight of the Gods' being a First edition published in 1911. Four books bound as two separate volumes 'The Rhinegold' being the prelude

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        LISELUND. Red. af Louis Bobé og Chr. Axel Jensen.

      København 1918. 58 sider + 56 tavler. Indb. halvlæder med gulddek. ryg og ophøjede rygbånd. Topguldsnit. Folioformat.. Udg. af Foreningen af 3. december 1892. Indbold: I. De Bosc de la Calmette. II. Tidsaand. III. Liselund. IV. Enkeltheder. V. Billeder. VI. Opmaalinger. Numm. 238 af 620 ex. Trykt på bøttepapir. Ubeskåret. Øverste fals med kort revne. Let gulnet snit. Begge orig. omslag er medindbundet. (Porto kr. 40,- på brevforsendelser i Danmark)

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      Mountain Cottage, Middleton by Wirksworth, Derby. 26 July 1918.. One and 1/2 pages, in ink, on recto and verso of half-sheet (200 x 146 mm) of ruled notepaper. Right margin a bit ragged where sheet was halved, a few corner creases, small pinholes in upper left corner, otherwise very good. In an attractive batik paper over boards folder, and folding half morocco case. To "Dear Mrs. Henry", i.e. Nancy Henry, an editor at Oxford University Press who was involved in the editorial work on Lawrence's pseudonymously published MOVEMENTS IN EUROPEAN HISTORY (1921), and it has been suggested, was an early reader of sections of STUDIES IN CLASSIC AMERICAN LITERATURE (1923). Lawrence writes: "I send you the first three chapters. They are perhaps rather long. The others, some of them, will be much shorter. I wanted to make a serious reader that would convey the true historic impression to children who are beginning to grasp realities. We should introduce the deep, philosophic note into education: deep, philosophic reverence. I've no doubt your people won't like this style. I shan't mind if they don't want me to go on. But please tell me your own full opinion ... I wonder what Vere [i.e. H. Vere Collins, who suggested the project] has decided. " He touches on other matters in conclusion (" cottage is let ... I haven't any news yet about poems. It is always so slow....") and signs: "Greetings from us both D.H. Lawrence." Published in the Huxley edition of Lawrence's LETTERS (pp.450-1) but omitted from the Moore edition.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        A History of Italian Furniture from the Fourteenth to the Early Nineteenth Centuries [2 volumes]

      Doubleday Page & Company Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1918. Limited, numbered edition. Hardcover. fair. 1/500. Folio. Green cloth with gold lettering on cover and spine. Top edge gilt. Title-page vignette. Vol. I: xx,354pp. Italian Gothic. The Early Renaissance. The High Renaissance. The Late Renaissance. Vol. II: xxiii,415pp. The Baroque Style. The Rococo Styles. The Classic Revival. The Empire Style. Partial List of Subscribers. Both volumes profusely illustrated with b/w reproductions of photographs showing hand-crafted fine Italian furniture such as chests, cupboards, tables, chairs, cabinets, beds, benches, commodes, sofas, etc. Heavy age wear on binding. Head and tail of spines chipped and frayed. Ex-libris of Russell A. Thornquist on inside of front board in both volumes. Tipped-in errata-slip in Vol. I. Minor age yellowing to outer edges of interior pages. Finger smudges on some pages. Binding in fair to poor, interior in overall very good condition. Complete 2-volume set of one of the most extensive works on Italian furniture ever published.

      [Bookseller: Eric Chaim Kline - Bookseller ]
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        Die Blechschmiede oder der umgestürzte Papierkorb. Mysterium von Arno Holz dazu 20 radierte Improvisationen von Michl Fingesten.

      34 x 26 cm , Lose Baltt in Privater Mappe., Vereinzelt min. stockfl., tadell. (Vollmer II, 106), Nr. 39 von 40 Exemplaren dieser seltenen, phantasievollen Folge des bekannten österreichischen Graphikers und produktivsten Exlibriskünstlers Michl Fingesten (1883-1943). Alle Blätter rechts unten voll signiert.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej]
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        Dresdner Eindrücke 1918 - 1921. 10 [Original-]Entwürfe von Arnold Brede.

      Quer-4° (ca. 27 x 37 cm; Bildgrösse 18.5 x 24.5 cm); 10 Bl. m. 10 aquarellierten Abb., Priv.-HLwd.-Mappe mit handgemaltem Deckelschild., Mappe berieben, Buchblock lose, Stege tlw. fingerfleckig; Bilder tadellos und farbfrisch. Sämtliche Bilder signiert und betitelt: «Am 9. Nov. 1918; Arbeiter- u. Soldaten-Rat; Weg mit dem Wappen; DieWahlen zur Nationalversammlung; Auf zum Rathaus; aus den Tagen des Kapp-Putsches! (Verteidiger der Republik); Kommunistischer [sic] «Meeting» auf dem Theaterplatz! Levinschen spricht!; Die Goldpolonaise; Ein Motiv aus dem Klante-Konzern!; Räuberhauptmann Hötz [?] empfängt die Grossindustriellen im Schloss Falkenstein!» (Zusätzliches handschriftl. Titelverzeichnis beiliegend.).

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        The Life of Mohammad

      Paris: The Paris Book Club, , 1918. The Life of Mohammad The Prophet of Allah. Quarto. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in dark green morocco, titles to spine, raised bands, Arabic symbol to front board, twin rule to turn-ins, burgundy endpapers, gilt edges. With 35 coloured plates by E. Dinet and 12 colour ornamental pages by Mohammad Racim. Some minor spotting to a few leaves, an excellent copy in a fine binding. Limited Edition of 875 numbered copies.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Life of Mohammad, The Prophet of Allah

      Paris: The Paris Book Club, 1918. Limited edition. Hardcover. Fine. E. Dinet and Mohammad Racin. Large 4to. (10 x 13 inches). 177pp. Illustrated by E. Dinet; and with Ornamental Pages by Mohammad Racim. Tipped in are 38 color illustrations of the Life of Mohammed by Dinet, each with a printed tissue guard. In addition there are tipped-in full Ornamental Pages by Racim, and a map of Hijaz and the road to Syria. This book was issued in an edition limited to 875 copies of which this is number 832. Recently rebound in the colors of the Prophet with green morocco spine done in six compartments, gilt titles, boards of green and black Cockerell marbled paper: a stunningly lovely yet appropriately simple binding. Generally a fine and clean copy with a very small closed tear at the top of leaf vii-viii and occasional mild foxing, not intruding upon text of illustrations. Paritally unopened. A beautiful book with fine examples of abstract decoration in the Islamic style, printed in gold and colors, and the tipped-in color plates reminiscent of Dulac.

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books]
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        The Life of Mohammad the Prophet of Allah

      Paris: The Paris Book Club, 1918. viii, [2], 178pp. Modern half morocco and marbled paper over boards, raised bands, spine in six panels, morocco title label to second panel, remaining panels gilt, t.e.g. Externally some very minor rubbing to extremities, spine very slightly faded, morocco to corners slightly rubbed. Internally bright and clean, with original wrappers bound in, top flap of front flap loose, front cover with small score to foot. Illustrated throughout, with several ornamental pages by Racim. First Edition. Half Morocco and Boards. Very Good/No Jacket (as Issued). Illus. by Dinet, E. And Racim, Mohammad. Folio. Limited Edition.

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        The Sphinx

      London, The Bodley Head. 1918, 1918. First edition thus. Small square 8vo. Publisher's pale green paper covered boards titled and illustrated in dark green to spine and front board. Near fine, light edgewear, crisp and clean. In a near fine example of the scarce dustwrapper, minor toning and very light soiling. Ink ownership to front flyleaf, internally clean. Uncommon in this condition.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Le Feu.

      (Journal d'une Escouade). Paris: Gaston Boutitie 1918. With 24 illustr. by Renefer and 10 orig. etchings and with 76 woodengraved drawings by Eugène Dété. Large 4to. (4) + 244 pp. Limited to 314 copies. Bound with orig. wrappers and all edges gilt in nice contemporary full blue leather richly gilt on spine and boards and with inner ornamental border. The double suite bound likewise.. Copy no. 28 of 30 on 'Japon Impérial', containing a double suite of the woodengravings on China paper and Japanese vellum

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat]
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        20 Farbige Steinzeichnungen aus dem Feld von Eugen Osswald. Zu Gansten der Wittwen und Waisen Kasse des Bayer. Landw. Inf. Regt. Nr.1.

      Bayer: Wehrmann, 1918.. Portfolio. (45 x 35cm). Introduction and title list. 15 only (of 20) coloured lithographs. Titles and artist's name in pencil to margins. 14 plates with drawing-pin holes or nicks to each corner margin. One plate (Heu Ernte bei den Stellungen) has margin cut down (and no pin holes), but retains title and artist's name in pencil. This plate also has light fold crease across centre. Plates loosely inserted in portfolio, cover illustrated in b/w, with original ties. Portfolio with grey and white illustrated pastedowns and fold-overs. Portfolio paper backstrip professionally repaired with cloth (saving inner decorated paper). Fold-over hinges strengthened with Japanese tissue. Lithographs bright and clean. Beautiful impressions of soldiering, farming, nursing, cameraderie in the front line during the first world war. Please feel free to ask for digital images of plates.

      [Bookseller: John Taylor Books]
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        The People of Tipi Sapa (The Dakotas): Tipi Sapa Mitaoyate Kin

      Morehouse Publishing Co. Milwaukee: Morehouse Publishing Co.. (1918). First. First edition. Foreword by Hugh Latimer Burlson. Fine in a very attractive, near fine dustwrapper with a couple of tears and very shallow loss at the crown. Tipi Sapa was the Indian name of the Rev. Philip Joseph Deloria, son of Saswe, the medicine man, of the Standing Rock Reservation for the Yankton Sioux. Tipi Sapa was also the grandfather of the writer Vine Deloria, Jr. Very scarce in jacket. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Joan and Peter. The Story of an Education.

      Cassell and Company, London 1918. First edition. 748 pages. Publisher's green cloth in orig. wrappers with a few nicks and minor tears to the backstrip. Bookplate inserted: "From the Library/ of/ Thomas Hardy, O.M./ Max Gate".. Inscribed on the half title leaf: "To Thomas Hardy/ & Hommage/ H.G. Wells

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        Alte Denkmäler aus Syrien, Palästina und Westarabien.

      100 Tafelsn mit bewschriebendem Text. Veröffentlich aus Befehl von Ahmed Djemal Pascha, Führer der vierten türkischen Armee. [+ Title in arabic.] Berlin, Georg Reimer, 1918. Folio. (105) ll.+ 100 plates with photographs. Publ. red linen, slightly faded spine. German-Arabic parallell text. Photographs from the collection of the archaologist Dr. Theodor Wiegand (1864-1936), founder of the Pergamon museum in Berlin. The photos shown monuments in Aleppo, Baalbek, Damaskus, Gerasa, Jerusalem, Palmyra, Petra etc

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        The Springtide of Life. Poems of Childhood by Algernon Charles Swinburne

      William Heinemann London: William Heinemann. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. SIGNED LIMITED FIRST EDITION, number 354 of only 765 copies signed by illustrator Arthur Rackham. Beautifully illustrated collection of Swinburne's children's poems, with nine mounted colored plates and 52 black and white drawings. London: William Heinemann, 1918. Quarto, original half vellum over parchment boards with gilt designs. Some soiling to endpapers, binding with only the slightest soiling; an exceptionally clean copy.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company ]
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        U.P. TRAIL

      1918. GREY, Zane. THE U.P. TRAIL. New York: Harper & Brothers, (1918). First edition. Inscribed by Grey on the dedication page; although we cannot read the recipient's name. Frontispiece illustration by A. Farrington Elwell. Octavo, gilt-stamped dark green cloth. This is a worn and tired copy, in as-is condition (the binding is rubbed, solied and stained along the fore-edge; there is some ink-stamping of 1918 dates on the front pastedown and half-title) but inscribed by the author.

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        John Pory's lost description of Plymouth Colony in the earliest days of the Pilgrim Fathers.

      Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston & New York, 1918. xxiv + 65pp + folding plates. Ltd. ed., no. 135 of 365 copies. Very fine in original green cloth in worn slip case. Includes folding facsimiles of Capt. John Smith's issue of Norwood's map as published in 1624 and also Norwood's map published in 1626.

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        English Fairy Tales. Retold by... Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.

      London: Macmillan & Co., 1918.. First edition, 8vo, (x), 341, (1, 2 advertisement) pp. 16 colour plates with captioned tissues plus black and white illustrations in the text, some occasional light foxing to text leaves. Modern scarlet morocco, a.e.g., gilt rules and spine. A handsome copy.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop, ABA, ILAB]
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        Pour hater la Victoire et pour nous revoir bientot, Souscrivez!

      Comptoir National d'Escompte de Paris Paris: Comptoir National d'Escompte de Paris, 1918. unbound. very good. Poster. Color lithograph, linen-backed. Poster measures 47" x 31.5". French World War I poster. Two women, one Alsatian and the other from Lorraine, representing France's plea for war bond investment. Wear and slight losses along edges.

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        Orville Wright Dinner of the Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. July 17, 1918 - Dayton, Ohio.

      Dayton, Society of Automotive Engineers, 1918. Lex8vo. In the original printed wrappers. Orville Wright's copy, with "From the private library of Orville Wright. Coexecutor" stamped to verso of front wrapper and signed by "H.S. Miller", the coexecutor. A very fine and clean copy, near mint. Illustrated. 32 pp.. Scarce first printing, Orwille Wright's own copy, of the printed program for the dinner held to honor Orville Wright at the "Orville Wright Dinner of the Society of Automotive Engineers" in Dayton, Ohio. 1000 members and guests attended the dinner, including: then-SAE president Charles Kettering; future SAE president Charles M. Manly; Major-General W.L. Kenly, director of military aeronautics of the United States Army; and Dr. S.W. Stratton, director of the Bureau of Standards."The speeches were received with utmost enthusiasm," reported an article printed in the 1918 SAE Transactions. "Those present realized they were taking part in a historic occasion. The guest of honor, Mr. Wright, was introduced and bowed in response to a tumultuous ovation."The program contains three previously published articles:"The Wright Brothers' Aeroplane", published in 1908, which "is the first popular account of their experiments prepared by the inventors. Their accounts heretofore have been brief statements of bare accomplishments, without explanation of the manner in which results were attained. The article will be found of special interest, in view of the fact that they have contracted to deliver to the United States Government a complete machine, the trials of which are expected to take place about the time of the appearance of this number" (The edition of the paper)."How We Made the First Flight", published in 1903, which is Orville Wright's own account of the first powered, sustained, controlled flight. "Some Aeronautical Experiments", published in 1901, which is Wilbur Wright's account of the brothers' achievements up to that point, the most recent being the successful flights of a manned glider at the Kill Devil Hills, four miles south of Kitty Hawk

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        American Expeditionary Forces Tank Corps Archive

      Camp Colt, PA and France: Fletcher, Private Robert G., 1918. This is a terrific grouping of World War I postal history from Private Robert G. Fletcher of Birmingham, Alabama that documents the birth of the U.S. Army's Armor Branch. Highlights of this collection of 16 postcards and covers with letters include two rare Treat 'Em Rough envelopes, one rare Treat 'Em Rough letterhead, one rare Tank Corps Camp Colt envelope, one rare AEF Christmas package mailing coupon, and two scarce American Red Cross 'postal' handstamps. Private Fletcher's dog tags are included as well. Fletcher was drafted in March of 1918, and by early May he had reported to Camp Colt, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania for training in the soon to be formed Tank Corps commanded by Major Dwight D. Eisenhower. Upon deployment, he was assigned to C Company, 302nd Tank Battalion, a unit equipped with heavy British Mark VI tanks. In France, the 302nd trained in Langre (near Bourg) at the AEF's Tank Center commanded by Captain George S. Patton. Following the Meuse-Argonne offensive, Fletcher was reassigned to the 344th Tank Battalion, which was equipped with light French Renault tanks. Censorship was apparently very strict in the Tank Corps as Fletcher's letters are mostly requests for additional mail from home and provide little insight into unit operations. . Letters. Very Good.

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        Instructions for the Care and Operation of Model A-I-E Hispano-Suiza Aeronautical Engines. Birkigt Patents. Instruction Book, November 1918. Series No. 7A

      New Brunswick, NJ: Wright-Martin Aircraft Corporation. Fair with no dust jacket. 1918. Hardcover. Cracked hinges, sound binding. Clean but age-darkened pages. Cloth over boards is heavily soiled with edge rubbing, bumped corners. Gilt lettering on front is still bright. Fold-out diagrams are generally in good condition except for Plate 28, Oil Circulation System, which is torn along some creases and which also has several closed tears. ; Rare operating manual for an important engine in early aviation. The Hispano-Suiza played an important role in air warfare in World War I, which was ongoing at the time of publication. Illustrated with black and white diagram drawings, some in two-color, and black and white photographic reproductions throughout. Section on World War I flying Aces whose aircraft were powered by the Hispano-Suiza engine. ; 7.75" tall; 240 pages .

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        Heavenly Bridegrooms: An Unintentional Contribution to the Erotogenetic Interpretation of Religion

      New York: n.p., 1918. Wraps. Very good. Yes. First separate edition. 8vo. 121,(1),3pp. Printed wraps. A fine copy. Originally published over seven issues of the Alienist and Neurologist between 1915 and 1917, Shroeder pulls together the writings of Ida C., the earthly wife of an angel (in her own words), who died 22 years previous to this publication. Considered an obscene sex manual by local authorities; Craddock was jailed on morality charges several times. But Aleister Crowley says no Magick library is complete without this title. A very good copy with only a race of wear to the spine. Housed in a custom leather-backed clamshell case. Rare.

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        The F - 5L FLYING BOAT HANDBOOK. Navy Department. Bureau of Construction and Repair. December, 1918

      Washington:: Government Printing Office,. 1918.. 8" x 4-7/8". 1st edition. 47, [1 (blank)] pp.. Brown muslin cloth binding with gilt stamped title lettering to front board.. Light-to-average wear. Prior owner signature & address label [to. t.p. lower margin] of George Page Jr. A VG+ copy of a rare early-. aviation manual.. This manual "is designed to give the most satisfactory method of unpacking and assembling the model F-5L flying boat, together with information and suggestions which may prove valuable in its care and maintenance." [Introduction]. The F-5L was "a variant of the Felixstowe F.5 that was designed by Commander John C. Porte of the Royal Navy. This US version had Liberty engines, which were noted in its designation with the letter "L". 138 F-5Ls were produced by the United States Navy's Naval Aircraft Factory: 60 by Curtiss, and 30 by Canadian Aeroplanes of Toronto. ... In April 1919, one of these F-5L flying boats, flown by Lieutenant H. B. Grow, set a flight endurance record of 20 hours and 19 minutes." ["Ancient Seaplanes"]. Page a rather well-known individual in the aviation industry, taking his first solo flight in 1913, was one of the first to fly scheduled planes to foreign destinations as a pilot for American Trans-Oceanic [1920-21], and "who in 1943 became Director of Engineering for the entire airplane division of the Curtiss-Wright Corporation. From his headquarters in St. Louis, he was credited with designing some sixty models for the company. Perhaps his most celebrated achievement was the C-46 "Commando," the cargo-carrying bulwark of the war effort." [Horgan, City of Flight]. . Illustrated with 57 figures/images, many from b/w photographs; 10 are fold-out diagrams at rear.

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        MOBILIZING WOMAN-POWER. With a Foreword by Theodore Roosevelt

      New York:: The Womans Press,. 1918.. Crown 8vo. 1st edition. 195 pp. Appendix ('Documents Used in Women's War-Work in England and France').. Light brown vertically-ribbed cloth stamped in blue, with a decorative frame surrounding the front board title stamping.. A solid VG copy (spine slightly darkened, with blue lettering a bit. dull/minor extremity wear).. Blatch the daughter of suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton, who followed in her mother's footsteps by also becoming a leader in the late 19th/early 20th C. women's movement, a writer and an advocate for labor reform. Blatch is credited with reviving & modernizing a suffrage movement which, by the beginning of the 20th century, was listless & flagging; she is also credited with motivating its evolution from a mostly middle & upper class movement to one which exhibited a concern for rights of working women, primarily by her 1907 launching of the Equality League of Self- Supporting Women which held open-air meetings & inaugurated the first suffrage parades. Blatch's style was radical in nature, combining a militant civil disobedience with political activism. The synergy generated her personal energy, daring & political savvy spurred the Suffrage movement on, aiding it in achieving its goal of enfranchising American women with the 1920 passage of the Constitution's 19th Amendment. With the coming of WWI, Blatch directed her formidable personality & energies to aiding the war effort, and this book was written in such a spirit- it describes the European female contribution to fighting the Hun, & exhorts their American counterparts to do no less [NAW, Vol. I]. . Illustrated with a Frontis & 12 inserted plates.

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        Gammelt sølv i Stavanger Amt. Katalog over Stavanger Museums sølvutstilling 1916 og de stavangerske guldsmeders historie.

      Stavanger 1918. 4to. Fargetr. frontispiece, rikt illustr. i s/h. Mange gullsmedstempler. Samt. skb. m. opph. bånd. Pen

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        La Tempête [The Tempest]

      L'Édition D'Art, Paris, 1918. Hardcover (Half Leather). Very Good Condition. Illustrator: Edmond Dulac. Finely rebound in a half leather art deco binding of gilt ruled green morocco with geometrical inlays on the spine of red and blue morocco, in a marbled slipcase edged in leather. Undated ca. 1918, with 40 tipped in plates by Dulac, one loose but present. Pages are very slightly browned, otherwise unmarked. Lightly rubbed on the spine, hinges and corners; slipcase worn at edges. Bookplate to a front endpaper. First Illustrated Edition, or first by this illustrator and in this format. Size: Quarto (4to). Text is clean and unmarked. Illustrator: Edmond Dulac. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Theatre & Plays; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 040312. .

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        Flora of Bermuda.

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1918. xi + 585pp + coloured frontispiece. 1st ed., a very clean copy in fine original cloth. A scholarly work with many line drawings in text.

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        Affaire Bola-Pacha, 68 Croquis d'Audience par Sem

      1918. Sem [Gorsat (Goursat), Georges (1863-1934)]. Affaire Bola-Pacha: 68 Croquis d'Audience par Sem. [Paris: S.n., c. 1918]. 68 lithographic images on 24 sheets and a sheet of captions in a printed wrapper housed in a printed folder. 12-1/2" x 10." From a signed edition of 300 on Arches paper, this number 283. Light soiling and edgewear to outer folder, a few minor tears along fold lines, short minor tear to spine of inner folder, light stain to caption sheet, plates fine. * The Bolo Pasha affair involved a French traitor, Paul Bolo, who convinced the Egyptian Khedive (Viceroy), Abbas Hilmi, to sponsor an anti-war movement in France through the press using from German sources. (Granted the title Pasha by the Khedive, Bolo renamed himself Bolo Pasha.) Convicted of treason, he was executed by a firing squad in April 1918. Sem's caricatures portray the judge, defendant, witnesses and judges at various points in the trial. Gorsat, or Goursat, was a French caricaturist and illustrator active from the late nineteenth century to 1934. His lasting fame rests on his depictions of French ruling class and French high society during the Belle Epoque. He was a regular contributor to the leading French periodicals, produced albums of caricatures depicting current events and social life and designed several path-breaking advertisements. His work is highly esteemed today.

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      1918. hardcover. Potter, Beatrix. THE TALE OF JOHNNY TOWN-MOUSE. London: Frederick Warne and Co., n.d. [1918]. Original light brown paper-covered boards with pictorial onlay. <p>First Edition of this tale which Beatrix Potter adapted from Aesop&#39;s "The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse"; she dedicated it "To Aesop in the shadows." One of her later tales, it is one of the few tales for which the first edition title page is undated.</p> <p>Much has been made of the presence or absence of the "N" in "LONDON" on the title page (this copy <i>does</i> have the "N"). The first printing, which was done in 1918, had some copies with the "N" and some without it; it has been surmised, for example by Linder, that the first copies off the press lacked the "N", meaning that it was added during the print run; however, it is just as possible that the "N" dropped off during the print run. Either way, which copies were the first to be printed has no bearing on which copies were the first to be published (issued to the public).</p> <p><u>This is a fine copy</u> (one tiny hint of wear at a corner, but otherwise as nice as one could hope for). Linder p. 430; Quinby 25.</p> BOOKS WRITTEN BY WOMEN, CHILDREN&#39;S / JUVENILE (Sumner & Stillman Code:12124)

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        THE TALE OF JOHNNY TOWN-MOUSE. In glassine wrapper.

      London, Warne & Co., (1918).. FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE (1918), IN RARE WRAP-AROUND PRINTED GLASSINE BAND. 12mo, 142 x 107 mm, 5 5/8 x 4¼ inches, grey boards, colour plate onlaid, lettered white on upper cover and spine, 85 pages, frontispiece and 26 colour plates printed 1 side only. Tiny split at top of both hinges, maximum 5 mm, (¼ inch), 10 mm closed tear on upper hinge with 2 mm (1/10") chip to paper on spine, 25 mm, (1") split at tail of lower hinge, corners very slightly worn. Neat ink inscription on verso front endpaper dated Xmas 1918, a few very minor marks to margins, contents very nice. A very good copy in the ORIGINAL PRINTED GLASSINE ADVERTISING RUNNER, 420 x 85 mm (16½ x 3 1/3 inches) unfolded size, strip missing at top of rear inner flap with loss of 'Ideal Little Books' and part of 'Shelf' (should read: ?The Ideal Case For Ideal Little Books/Peter Rabbit?s Book Shelf?), part of 1 line address of Warne missing also at lower edge of front flap, two 10 mm pieces missing on spine which is unprinted, few tiny chips and short closed tear to top edge, narrow strip missing at lower edge of upper panel, just affecting last line of text but still easily readable. Quinby (page 90) describes a ?Glazed paper advertising runner? which is the same size as ours and whose text is identical to ours except for the front panel which reads ?New Volume For 1918?/The Tale of Johnny Townmouse?, whereas ours announces: 'The Latest Volume/The Tale of Johnny Townmouse'. The runner is very scarce, (no copy with the ?advertising runner? in the Frohnsdorff collection). The front flap lists 3 Potter titles and 2 Painting Books, the rear flap lists the Bookshelf and Peter Rabbit's Slippers. 30,000 copies of the first printing ot this title were published and the first copies off the press lack the ?N? on London on the title page, in this copy the ?N? is present but the inscription ?Xmas 1918? indicates a first printing as the second printing did not appear until June 1919. (see Linder page 430). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        The GREAT SIOUX TRAIL. A Story of Mountain and Plain. The Great West Series #1

      New York:: D. Appleton & Co.,. 1918.. Crown 8vo. 1st edition. Not in Smith. [10], 340, [2] pp. Last page blank.. Red cloth binding with gilt lettering & pictorial onlay to front board. Dust jacket.. VG+ (sq & tight)/VG (some chipping @ spine ends/other general wear).. Frontis & 3 inserted color plates by Charles L. Wrenn.

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        The Mistress of Vision

      Sussex, Douglas Pepler,, 1918. Together with a commentary by the Rev. John O&#39; Connor S. T. P. and with a preface by Father Vincent McNabb, O.P. Octavo. Original cream cloth-backed grey boards. With the dust jacket. With 3 woodcuts by Eric Gill. An excellent copy in the restored dust jacket. First published in wrappers in the same year this is the scarce case bound issue, with the extra woodcut on the dust jacket.

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        LA BEFFA DI BUCCARI con aggiunti LA CANZONE DEL QUARNARO, il catalogo dei trenta di Buccari, il Cartello manoscritto e due carte marine

      Milano Treves 1918 6° Pagine 70 Brossura editoriale illustrata da De Carolis. 3 tavole ripiegate fuori testo: facsimile autografo del "Cartello" lasciato in mare come testimonianza della beffa + 2 carte della penisola dell'Istria. Prima impressione (1 a 7 migliaio) dell'edizione originale. Cfr. De medici 95; Guabello 256; Vecchioni 57, Falqui 36. Ottimo esemplare impreziosito dalla dedica autografa di D'Annunzio datata Venezia 1918.

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        The Madman. His Parables and Poems

      New York: Alfred A Knopf,, 1918. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles gilt to spine and front cover, black topstain. Three two-tone illustrated plates from drawings by the author. Bookseller&#39;s ticket of Priscilla Guthrie, Pittsburgh. Ends of spine and edges of boards rubbed, gilt somewhat dulled and a few marks to covers, wormhole at fore-edge of the leaves affecting the margins p.25-62, hinge a little cracked near the rear. A good copy withal. First edition, first impression, of Gibran&#39;s first Knopf title. A few sparse and thoughtful annotations.

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        Peacock Pie signed presentation copy

      London: Constable. NF/NONE. 1918. 1st English Edition. Hardcover; 1st Printing. 10, 20, 42. Lovely example of this scarce book and quite unique as it has excellent provenance as a presentation copy. It has been signed twice; once on the front end page: "Walter de la Mare 1929", and also a Christmas card, with the text being "The Hostage" by de la Mare, has been tipped into the book between the verso of the front end page and the half-title page, and signed and inscribed: "Walter de la Mare with all good wishes, for Samuel Heiman". Samuel Heiman&#39;s small bookplate is also present on the front pastedown, and the title page has been embossed "Presentation Copy" in the upper corner (presumably by de la Mare). Mr. Heiman was a famous book collector living in New York City in the early 1900s who was noted for always wanting to get personal inscriptions from authors he enjoyed and collected. Part of his collection was sold off in a sale of books &#39;from the library of R. E. Blackshaw, Chicago, and Samuel Heiman, New York&#39; held the end of April 1926 by the American Art Association, Inc. The book is bound in dark blue cloth with gilt printing and outlining on the front panel. It has just a tiny fraction of spine slant and a touch of shelfwear to spine ends and corners, but otherwise is in excellent condition: clean, tight, and has no previous owner writing in it. The binding cloth is protected by a clear removable mylar cover. Poetry, divided into the following &#39;divisions&#39; with several poems in each section: Up and Down, Boys and Girls, Three Queer Tales, Places and People, Beasts, Witches and Fairies, Earth and Air, and Songs. ; 8" x 6"; 122 pages; Signed by Author .

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        Expressionismus. Die Kunstwende.

      Verlag der Sturm, Berlin 1918. 4°. 142 pages. Richly illustrated, partly with original woodcuts. With 4 tipped-in colour plates (orig. lino-cuts and woodcuts by Rudolf Bauer (2), Jacoba van Heemskerk and Arnold Topp). Inserted: Herwath Walden: Heeresmarsch für August Stramm. Musical tune on folded sheet. Publisher's coth-backed illustrated boards (designed by William Wauer). Slight wear to paper-coating of spine-ends. Otherwise a fine copy

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        English Fairy Tales

      London, Macmillan & Co.,, 1918. Quarto. Finely Bound by Bayntun (Riviere) of Bath in full blue levant morocco, gilt title and box design to spine, raised bands, gilt rule and ornate gilt panel design to boards, gilt decorated inner dentelles, marbled endpapers,all edges gilt. Frontispiece, 15 tipped in colour illustrations and many other monochrome illustrations throughout the text. Spine slightly sunned otherwise in fine condition Signed Limited Edition. One of 500 copies. Signed by Rackham.

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        Springtide of Life, The

      1918. A Joy to All Sensitive People for Years and Years to Come"Limited to 750 Copies Signed by the ArtistBeautifully Bound by Christopher Lewis[LEWIS, Christopher, binder]. [RACKHAM, Arthur, artist]. SWINBURNE, Algernon Charles. The Springtide of Life. Poems of Childhood by Algernon Charles Swinburne. With a Preface by Edmund Gosse. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. London" William Heineemann, (1918). Limited to 765 copies signed and numbered by the artist, this being copy no. 580. Large quarto (11 x 8 3/4 in; 284 x 224 mm). ix, [1], 132, [2] pp. Nine full color tipped-in plates with captioned tissue guards, fifty-two black and white drawings. Bound c. early 1970s by Chris Lewis in full emerald morocco. Gilt-ruled border. Gilt frame enclosing a pictorial onlay of multi-colored morocco with painted highlights that reproduces the frontispiece. Gilt decorated compartments. Gilt rolled edges. Gilt rolled turn-ins. Top edge gilt. A fresh, crisp, fine copy. Housed in a later custom drop-back clamshell box.The signed limited edition contains one extra colored plate that is not found in the trade edition - the frontispiece."[Rackham&#39;s] drawings for Swinburne&#39;s poems of childhood, The Springtide of Life&#133;attracted the admiration of Edmund Gosse, who expressed his appreciation in a preface and told Rackham personally (18th October 1918: &#39;This volume will not merely be the best book of the present art-season, but a joy to all sensitive people for years and years to come&#39;" (Hudson, Arthur Rackham His Life and Work, p. 108)."As the close of his life approached, Swinburne frequently expressed his intention to extract from his various volumes those poems which were addressed to children, or were descriptive of child-life, and to publish them in a separate collection. He died without having found occasion to carry out this plan, and he left no directions with regard to the way in which it ought to be done&#133; One reason why Swinburne never brought out such a collection was his failure to find an artist who could interpret to his satisfaction the simplicity and freshness of his verses. We are fortunate in having secured, in Mr. Arthur Rackham, one whose delicate and romantic fancy is in sensitive harmony with Swinburne&#39;s, and who understands, no less than he did, how "Heaven lies about us in our infancy." (Edmund Gosse),Christopher Lewis began his career at the internationally renowned Bayntun-Riviere Bindery of Bath, England, during the early 1960s as a finisher. In the 1970s, he established his own bindery and further developed his masterful inlay and gilt work, incorporating innovative painted highlights for heightened dramatic visual effect.Lattimore and Haskell pp. 48-49.

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        Judische Graphiker aus der Zeit von 1625-1825

      Der Zirkel Berlin: Der Zirkel, 1918. Hardcover. g. One of the most important works on Jewish art, written by the prominent Jewish writer and art collector Salli Kirschstein (1869-1935): "Kirschstein, who was born in Kolmar, Poland, became a prominent merchant in Berlin. He was active in Jewish affairs and as a director of the "Juedischer Volksverein" did much to help foreign Jews living in Germany during World War I. Kirschstein was an expert on Jewish art and wrote articles on the subject for many publications. His main work in this field was a study of Jewish engravers, Juedische Graphiker aus der Zeit von 1625-1825 (1818)." [This Work] (Quoted from the Encyclopedia Judaica, vol. 10: 1051) Folio. 72pp. 1/4 mottled gray cloth over green paper covered boards with white lettering and illustration. Green label to spine. Green endpapers. Top edge green. Copy with stamp of "Offenbach archive". Title vignette. Lithographic frontispiece. Title page with black and red lettering. Landmark work on Jewish Graphics and Fine Arts. With biographical information and reproduction of images by Salomon Italia, Salomon Benett, B.H. Bendix, Abramson the Younger, and the Henschel Brothers. Magnificently illustrated with 72 full-page captioned b/w facsimiles of lithographs [not including frontispiece], numbered I to LX [1 to 60), including one fold-out plate of the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem [plate XII = plate 12]. The additional plates are: XIIa, XVIIa, XVIIb, XXVIa, XXVIIIa, XXXVIIIa, XXXVIIIb, XXXVIIIc, XLVIa, XLVIIa, LIIa, and LVIIa. [12a, 17a, 17b, 26a, 28a, 38a, 38b, 38c, 46a, 47a, 52a and 57a]. Plates XXXV, XXXVIIIa and XXXVIIIb [35, 38a and 38b] are printed on pink background, all the others on white. Age wear to binding. Water staining to lower half of cover, causing rippling. Lettering at cover and spine label faded. Internally very clean and tight throughout. No foxing or staining. Tightly bound. In German. Cover in fair, book in very good condition.

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        Original lithographed poster: Helft! Den braven Soldaten, die auf der Ruckfahrt nach der heimat...Soldatenratshilfe

      Berlin: Kunstanstalt Weylandt, [1918?]. Lithograph in colors, 72cm x 48cm (ca 28" x 19"). Small repaired tears to extremities; one larger repaired chip at bottom center; small losses at corners; Very Good - Grade B/B+. Archivally backed on linen. & & Oppenheim, who achieved equal fame as a typographer and printmaker, produced a number of posters for the relief of German WW1 veterans, many of whom were returning home to ruined domiciles and extreme poverty. The text reads: "Help! The worthy soldiers who pass through Berlin on their journey home, after severe privation, must be given support - remit money to the Soldiers&#39;; Council Assistance - the Berlin command will use it to give assistance to the needy! Speed is essential!" Signed in print by Otto Weis, Kommandant of Berlin; Otto Vollbehr, Director of the organization; and Rudolf Breitscheid, Interim Minister of the Interior. These latter two signatures will be of some interest to collectors: Breitscheid was the son of a bookseller, and Wollbehr was among the greatest bibliophiles of his generation, amassing an important collection of incunabula which was purchased by the Library of Congress in 1929 for $1.5 million.

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      1918. MANSFIELD, Jr., Richard. COURAGE! NY, Moffat, Yard and Company (1918). Octavo. xii,67pp. First edition. Introduced, selected and arranged by Witter Bynner. With two autograph letters, signed, from the author to a Mr. Lee, who had requested a photograph of Mansfield for publication. Mansfield had provided photos of himself as Shylock (probably in a student production at Phillips Academy), and then a photo in uniform. The latter is the frontispiece of this his only collection of poems, published after his death at nineteen. Carefully polished, warm, and intelligent, they are a little in the elegiac spirit of Housman, perhaps by way of Witter Bynner, whose "Grenstone" poems are the subject of "A Lament for Arcady" (p.5). Here "Grenstone," a village in New Hampshire, is compared with "Barakeesh," the imaginary city of domes, spires and minarets which figures in the first group of poems. The second group is a compound of idealism, anger, yearning and finally disillusion about World War I. After he was refused service on account of his health (probably a faulty heart) he finally was accepted by the Aviation Signal Corps and served at Fort Terry, NJ. His friend and correspondent Jack Wright encouraged him to try the Air Force rather than the Machine Gun Corps, and referred to his "temperament and dramaticism" (See "A Poet of the Air. Letters of Jack Morris Wright, First Lt. of the American Aviation in France, 1917-1918." Boston, 1918). Mansfield, who was raised in New London, was the son of the famous actor and writer of the same name. A rare collection by a little- known soldier-poet, in blue boards with printed label. Spine deteriorated; ex-Phillips Academy Library.

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