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        The Crisis in Industry

      Original gray printed wrappers. Light vertical crease else fine. Half morocco case. FIRST EDITION of Wolfe's rare first separate publication. One of 200 copies, this work preceded Wolfe's first novel by ten years. Wolfe won the 1919 Worth Prize ("for the best thesis submitted in the courses in Philosophy") for this work on industrial strife in America. VERY RARE. Only two examples have appeared for public sale in the past seventy-five years, the H. Bradley Martin copy and the F. B. Adams, Jr. copy. Laid in are the original 1950 invoice and accompanying letter from Seven Gables Bookshop discussing its rarity.

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        The Magic of Oz

      The Reilly & Lee Co., 1919 First edition, first state, with titles up to The Tin Woodman of Oz listed to verso of ownership page and 12 color plates by John R. Neill, as well as several black and white in-text illustrations. Publisher's green cloth, stamped in black to spine, with mounted pictorial panel, illustrated endpapers, lacking dust jacket as usual. A very good copy with some light wear to extremities and rubbing to boards, as well as with some toning to text block, p. 199 with the word “Chapter” in page heading erased and re-written by hand, a few light pencil marks to prelims. Overall a bright and attractive copy. The Magic of Oz is the thirteenth of Baum's Oz books, and was published posthumously one month after the author's death in 1919. As preparations are underway for Princess Ozma's birthday, the former Nome King Ruggedo enlists the help of a young boy with the power of transformation in his mission to conquer the Land of Oz. One of the last two books in the series, Magic of Oz benefitted from the upsurge in sales of the previous book, and sold over 26,000 copies. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Neill, John R..

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        Bella fotografia originale con dedica autografa del cantante lirico Enrico Caruso al musicista Vincenzo Billi, datata New York 1919.

      1919. Fotografia "Mishkin" - New York, in formato cm.24,2x14,3, applicata su cartoncino cm.29,34x19,5, raffigurante il tenore a mezzo busto: "Al M° Vincenzo Billi sinceramente Enrico Caruso", con firma bella ed estesa. Considerato "il tenore" per eccellenza, Enrico Caruso (Napoli, 1873-1921), di modeste origini, lavorò in gioventù in fonderia e fu scoperto baritono Eduardo Missiano che lo segnalò al M° Guglielmo Vergine. Esordì il 16 novembre 1894 ne "L'amico Francesco" di Domenico Morelli, ed ebbe una straordinaria carriera, soprattutto al Metropolitan di New York, fino quasi alla morte. La foto è dedicata al musicista Vincenzo Billi (Brisighella, 1869-1938) che fu apprezzato direttore d'orchestra in Francia, Spagna, Olanda e Inghilterra e assai prolifico autore di musiche leggere. Codice libreria 117515.

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        South: the Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-1917

      Heinemann, 1919. 1st edition. Hardcover. A near fine copy of one of the most important books of Antarctic exploration, and although it is a big, heavy volume, it is sturdily bound with hinges strong. Nearly 90 photographs accompany Shackleton's text, including a double-page panorama of South Georgia, and the colour frontispiece of Shackleton's ship Endurance, and the foldout colour map at the rear, are quite unblemished. The original dark-blue boards are in very nice condition, the silver spine lettering and vignette on the front are remarkably bright, one or two small marks on the rear board. The endpapers are slightly spotted, and the edges of the pages and the plates are slightly tinged, as is common with this production. The errata slip is present. Shackleton's grandly named Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-1917 was not quite the success he had hoped for, but his account of the sinking of Endurance in the polar ice, and his extraordinary efforts to get help for his men stranded on Elephant Island, were to capture the imagination of generations to come, and this copy of his famous book is in as good a condition as one could expect to find.

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        Original pen and ink drawing]: Frontiersman and his horse in the Forest, with an Indian in the background

      - Large pen and watercolor drawing. 24.5" x 16". Contemporary oak frame and glazing. Unexamined out of the frame, but appears just about fine. Signed in lower right-hand corner: "Dan Beard 1919." A frontiersman leads a packed horse, while an Indian with a musket is in the background. Beard was a popular illustrator, particularly of adventure stories, including several by Mark Twain (A Yankee in King Arthur's Court , Tom Sawyer Abroad, etc.) as well as one of the pioneer organizers of the Boy Scouts of America. An especially large image presumably intended as a magazine or book illustration.

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        CINDERELLA, Retold by C. S. Evans

      London William Heinemann 1919 - First edition, LIMITED EDITION DE LUXE, one of 525 numbered copies SIGNED BY ARTHUR RACKHAM and printed on English handmade paper. This limited edition is also printed on significantly larger paper then the trade issue. THIS COPY WITH THE VERY RARE DUSTJACKET, SELDOM IF EVER ENCOUNTERED. THE LIMITED ISSUE CONTAINS A COLOUR SILHOUETTE NOT INCLUDED IN THE TRADE EDITION, and with the tipped-in colour frontispiece on decorated mounting, decorated titlepage, 3 coloured double-page silhouettes, 14 single page silhouettes, and over 30 silhouette drawings throughout the text, all by Arthur Rackham. 4to, publisher’s original pictorially decorated paper-covered boards backed in tan buckram, the spine lettered and decorated in black, with green endpapers decorated in white by Rackham. In the very RARE original green paper dustjacket lettered and decorated in black. ix, 110 pp. A truly fine copy of this elusive title in the limited format, internally bright with only very mild offsetting to which the title was prone, and with none of the foxing normally encountered. The binding is in excellent order with only a tiny bit of rubbing to the underside of the lower tips, probably cause by shelving. The rare jacket is clean and fresh with slight rubbing along the edges and a small chip at the foot of the spine panel, a few closed tears repaired very neatly from behind and nearly invisible from the front. RARE LIMITED FIRST EDITION AND ONE OF THE MOST ELUSIVE TITLES IN RACKHAM’S OEUVRE, SIGNED AND NUMBERED BY THE ARTIST AND WITH A COLOUR ILLUSTRATION WHICH WAS NOT INCLUDED IN THE TRADE ISSUE. THIS COPY WITH THE RARE DUSTJACKET PRESERVED. The classic tale of Cinderella is here retold with fascinating detail and elaboration by Arthur Rackham artwork. For this title Rackham employees delightful silhouette pictures that are quite a departure from the colourplate style of his more familiar works such as PETER PAN or RIP VAN WINKLE. CINDERELLA is especially difficult to find in nice condition, and this copy is especially well-preserved. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Some British Ballads -- 1/575 signed by Rackham

      Constable, London 1919 - Number 317 of 575 copies, signed by Arthur Rackham. No date, c. 1919, First Edition with the Rackham illustrations. Hardcover, 4to., vellum-backed boards, gilt titles and design, teg. 169 pp., with 16 mounted, tissue-covered color plates and many b&w illustrated head and tailpieces throughout. Near Fine. Light shelfwear and handling to the boards; previous owner's small gift inscription on the front pastedown; tight binding; fresh, clean contents. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Heckel, Ernst. - "Segelboot (Schiff auf hohem Meer)".

      Leipzig EA Seemann 1919 - Holzschnitt, in Schwarz, auf gelblichem Maschinenbütten, 1907. Von Erich Heckel. 15,9 x 21,8 cm (Darstellung / Druckstock) / 24,5 x 34 cm (Blatt). Dube H 143 I d. Aus: Zeitschrift für bildende Kunst (Leipzig: E.A. Seemann 1919), Bd. 31. - Im Druckstock rechts unten signiert mit Monogramm. Unterhalb typografisch bezeichnet mit Künstlername, Titel, Technik und Jahr. - Unbeschnittenes Exemplar. Sehr guter Zustand. Erich Heckel (1883 Döbeln - 1970 Radolfzell am Bodensee). Einer der bedeutendsten Vertreter des Expressionismus. Abgebrochenes Architekturstudium in Dresden. Autodidaktische Weiterbildung zum Maler und Grafiker. 1905 mit Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff und Fritz BleylGründung der Künstlergruppe "Die Brücke" in Dresden. 1907-10 Aufenthalt mit Schmidt-Rottluff in Dangast an der Nordsee. 1909 Italienreise. In Dresden Ateliergemeinschaft mit Kirchner. 1909-11 sommerliche Aufenthalte mit Kirchner, Pechstein, den Freundinnen und Modellen an den Moritzburger Teichen, bei denen viele Akte in freier Natur entstanden. 1911 Umzug mit seiner künftigen Frau Milda Frieda Georgi nach Berlin. Ausbildung zum Krankenpfleger zu Beginn des Ersten Weltkriegs. 1918 Gründungsmitglied des ?Arbeitsrats für Kunst? Später Mitglied der Ankaufskommisssion der Nationalgalerie Berlin. 1937 Ausstellungverbot. 729 Arbeiten wurden aus deutschen Museen beschlagnahmt und entfernt. 1944 Zerstörung des Ateliers und des Großteils der Werke bei einem Bombenangriff. Im selben Jahr Zuflucht bei Freunden in Hemmenhofen am Bodensee. 1949-55 Lehrauftrag an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Karlsruhe. 1955 Teilnehmer der documenta 1 in Kassel. Sprache: Deutsch 31 [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Moon and Sixpence. A Novel.

      London: William Heinemann,, 1919. Octavo. Original green cloth, spine and front board lettered and blocked in black. Housed in a custom green flat-back box. Tips bumped, contents lightly toned. An excellent copy in unusually bright cloth. First edition, first impression, first issue. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper to Prince Albert I (1848–1922), "The Prince of Monaco with the author's affectionate regards. October 1919". A few years after this copy was inscribed, Maugham separated from his wife and settled permanently in the Riviera with Gerald Haxton, buying a villa on Cap Ferrat, where he entertained guests including Winston Churchill, Noel Coward, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, T. S. Eliot, H. G. Wells, Rudyard Kipling, and Virginia Woolf (Baxter, p. 147). He later memorably described Monaco and the Riviera as "a sunny place for shady people" (in Strictly Personal, 1941). The Moon and Sixpence, though ostensibly about Gaugin, "contains a great deal of autobiography: Maugham's protagonist Strickland leaves his wife and family and goes off to another country in order to live free of convention and to devote himself to his art" (Rothschild and Whiteman, p. 130).

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        Signed photo from Concert Program, 1948

      French violinist (1919-1949), a child prodigy, Neveu had a great international career (a good part of it with her brother Jean as a pianist) and became very famous, unfortunately was cut short by her tragic death at age 30 in an air accident when on concert tour. Signed photo from a program for a concert by Neveu and her brother Jean as pianist at Teatro San Carlos in Lisbon, Portugal, 1948. Neveu signed under her photo, which comes from the program and is mounted on hard cardboard. Size is 5.75 x 7.75 inches, light vertical fold in the center, cover from the program is on verso. Rare!

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        Notes of a Camp Follower on the Western Front

      Constable, UK 1919 - 1st Edition 1919. Incredibly rare with the wrapper. Ernest William Hornung was an English author and poet known for writing the A. J. Raffles series of stories about a gentleman thief in late 19th-century London. He was the brother in law to Arthur Conan Doyle. The First World War brought an end to Hornung's fictional output. His son, Oscar, was killed at the Second Battle of Ypres in July 1915. Hornung joined the YMCA, initially in England, then in France, where he helped run a canteen and library. He published a volume of his accounts of his time spent in France, Notes of a Camp-Follower on the Western Front. Important & elusive memoirs of life on the Western Front, being atmospheric & acclaimed memories of YMCA work in & around the front line & back areas. Book is very good++ and in bright condition. Contents good. The complete wrapper is very good+ and bright. Edges lightly rubbed. Edges rubbed, lightly creased and nicked. Very small loss to rear edge. More images can be taken upon request. Ref Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Orientalisch(").

      1919 - Holzschnitt auf Bütten mit Römerturm-Wz. Inet / Wikipedia // Dressler // Vollmer // Expl. 18/30 // München 1890-1973 Braunschweig. Er war ein deutscher Maler, Werbegrafiker, Designer, Verkehrsplaner und Publizist. Tätig auch als Kunsthistoriker und leitete während des Zweiten Weltkriegs ein Museum in Braunschweig. -Das insgesamt saubere Blatt in der oberen Blattkante mittig mit einem, nach vorne leicht durchschlagenden Montagefleck (1x1,2 cm) und im unteren breiten Rand mit wenigen, kurzen und sehr schwachen Knickspuren. Das Blatt ist an drei Ecken auf einem bräunlichen Karton montiert und liegt unter einem PP, dieses mit Altersspuren. -Die Widmung und damit Übereignung des Blattes durch W. Dexel gilt Herrn Dr. Hermann Kern: Er war Jurist und Kunstwissenschaftler. Ab 1973 tätig für den Kunstraum München (mehr als 50 Ausstellungen internationaler Avantgarde-Kunst) und besorgte dazu die umfangreichen Kataloge. Verfasser zahlreicher Vorträge und Aufsätze zur zeitgenössischen Kunst, Kunsttheorie und Kulturgeschichte sowie Autor kulturgeschichtlicher Wanderausstellungen: 1974 München-Kunstraum; 1976 Münche-Neue Sammlung und 1981 Mailand, Palazzo della Permanente. 1981 in Veröffentlichung des umfangreichen Labyrinth-Handbuchs. 1982 Berufung zum Direktor des Hauses der Kunst, München. Inhaltsverzeichnis Anm. zur Rechnungstellung: Die Buchpreise beinhalten die reduzierte MwSt von 7 %, diese wird gesondert ausgewiesen // Rechnungen für Kunstgegenstände wie Grafiken, Gemälde weisen gem. § 25a Abs.3 Satz 1 UStG (Differenzbesteuerung) bzw. § 25a Abs.3 Satz 2 UStG (Margenbesteuerung) keine MwSt aus (brutto = netto). 0 Gewicht in Gramm: 2001 27x19,7 cm (Stock/ Abb.) auf 47,6x38 cm (Blatt). Signiert, bezeichnet, dat. u. num. sowie mit dat. (Juli (19)62 Widmung. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Magic of Oz

      The Reilly & Lee Co., 1919 First edition, first state, with titles up to The Tin Woodman of Oz listed to verso of ownership page and 12 color plates by John R. Neill, as well as several black and white in-text illustrations. Publisher

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        The War Poems.

      London: William Heinemann, 1919 - Small octavo. Original red cloth, printed paper labels to spine and front board. With the dust jacket. Spine very slightly faded, minor foxing to edge of text block. An excellent, bright copy in the jacket with faded spine and some minor chips to extremities. First edition, first impression of Sassoon's key poetical statement on the war, collecting a number of the author's best known war poems, and numerous previously unpublished works. Reilly p. 286. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Logic Cases for Philosophy C, 1919-20

      Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1919. Softcover. Very Good. Harvard general philosophy course reader includes Washburn, Yerkes, Henry George, Franz Boas, Percival Lowell, etc. Very good; text lightly age toned, light edgewear; has pencil marginal notes. What makes this interesting is the cover presentation inscription "Professor R.B. Perry with the complements of H.M. Sheffer." Inscriptions and indeed publications by Sheffer are scarce, and this links him Harvard colleague and noted realist philosopher Ralph Barton Perry. *

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        Tales of Three Hemispheres.

      Boston: John W. Luce & Company,, 1919. Octavo. Original cloth-backed boards, spine and front board lettered in gilt, red-purple sides. With the dust jacket. Spine ends slightly creased, top edge lightly soiled. An excellent copy in the slightly nicked dust jacket, a little loss to spine ends. First edition, first printing. This is the author's own retained copy, marked by his widow after his death on the front free endpaper "From the library of Lord Dunsany, B. Dunsany 1958". It is also annotated by the author on the table of contents, where he provides compositional dates to the stories.

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        Iraq In War-Time. (WW1).

      Government Press, Basrah - Small Folio. [103], unpaginated, numerous black and white illustrations from photographs with captions in English and Arabic, publisher’s editorial cloth, lightly rubbed round edges and top spine, title gilt in English and Arabic on upper and lower covers, small marginal tear to 3 leaves, otherwise copy in good condition, comes with 14 loose b/w photographs taken in Bombay and a large coloured World Map printed specially for the National Geographic Society, Printed and engraved at the Government Press Basrah, published by the Superintendent, Government Press Basrah, [circa 1919]. First photographic book ever printed on Iraq and Central Arabia. The final section entitled: "A Tour Through Central Arabia, the following pictures were taken by a British officer touring through Central Arabia with an escort of Arabs". The officer is Harry St. John Philby, who was permitted by Ibn Saud to travel through Najd. All of the photographs were taken by H. St. John Philby during his travels in Iraq and Najd, except fort the last section, where the photographs were taken by the British Royal Air Force. The book is divided into four sections as follows: 1- Groups and portraits. 2- Local events. 3- Views. 4- A tour through Central Arabia. Rare. Copac locates just four copies of the second edition, at Exeter (two copies), the Imperial War Museum and the British Library. WorldCat adds no further holdings; not in Macro. Size: 4to [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Photo Album]: Philadelphia Family and Summer Vacations

      Philadelphia, New Jersey, 1919. Near Fine. Oblong small quarto. Black cloth over paper boards measuring 7" x 10.5". Contains 78 sepia toned gelatin silver photographs affixed to stiff gray paper measuring between 2.5" x 4" and 3.5" x 5.5" affixed to stiff black paper with captions. Album is very good with slight mustiness and rubbing with near fine or better photographs.An album of photos taken between 1886 to 1910 which follows a suburban Philadelphia family through the main line towns of Strafford, Devon, and Bryn Mawr. During their summers they retreated to various seaside towns including Spring Lake, New Jersey, Annapolis, Maryland, and Watch Hill, Rhode Island. Seen throughout the album are numerous snapshot photographs of women in fancy dresses and large fashionable hats, men outside their Philadelphia homes, and internal shots of home life. The vacation photos show numerous summer trips with boat trips, ocean views, and cabins. The album features fun posed photos like one of two people between a crossed pair of oars which reads, "our summer coat of arms," and another of three girls captioned, "3 peaches." A photo of a man pulling a cart of people is captioned "whoa boy." They spent time at the 1909 county fair in Red Bank, New Jersey which includes photos of livestock and a hot air balloon. There are a few photo processes represented here include a cyanotype of a house and some attempts at nighttime photography.An interesting look at a well to do Philadelphia family enjoying their summers on the coast.

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        Photo Album]: U.S.S. Huntington World War I.

      France 1919 - Oblong small quarto. Measuring 7" x 11". String-tied olive green cloth over paper boards with "Pictorial Log U.S.S. Huntington" stamped on the front board. A photo album containing 159 sepia toned photographs, many printed as real photo postcards, most measuring 3.5" x 5.5", some with captions. A very good album with worn edges and fading with near fine or better photographs. A photo album kept by a sailor on the U.S.S. Huntington during the last year of World War I beginning in 1917. The album begins with an eight page handwritten log giving a brief account of the activities on the ship including maintenance off the coast of Norfolk after returning from France which involved coaling and refreshing the paint before setting off for New York and eventually going to England. The photos show the Huntington and other vessels the crew encountered on their journey across the Atlantic including a "Jap destroyer." The Huntington was one of the first ships to experiment with the use of observation balloons and seaplanes. There are photos of various seaplanes "launched from the Huntington" and with a couple captioned "hoisting aboard a wrecked plane," as well as of a crew used for a rescue mission of a larger vessel. A shipfitter on board, Patrick McGunigal, was the first person to earn a medal of honor during World War I after he rescued someone from a balloon crash. The ship docked at Brest, France, which was used during the war as a rest camp for sailors to recuperate after the long voyage to the continent. There are a few photos of ships sporting "dazzle camouflage," which worked "not by offering concealment but by making it difficult to estimate a target's range, speed and heading." The album continues until 1919 with photos of the Panama Canal and Saint Augustine, Florida.An extensive collection of photos showing an American sailor's tour of duty during World War I.

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        [Photo Album]: U S S Huntington World War I

      France, 1919. Near Fine. Oblong small quarto. Measuring 7" x 11". String-tied olive green cloth over paper boards with "Pictorial Log U.S.S. Huntington" stamped on the front board. A photo album containing 159 sepia toned photographs, many printed as real photo postcards, most measuring 3.5" x 5.5", some with captions. A very good album with worn edges and fading with near fine or better photographs. A photo album kept by a sailor on the U.S.S. Huntington during the last year of World War I beginning in 1917. The album begins with an eight page handwritten log giving a brief account of the activities on the ship including maintenance off the coast of Norfolk after returning from France which involved coaling and refreshing the paint before setting off for New York and eventually going to England. The photos show the Huntington and other vessels the crew encountered on their journey across the Atlantic including a "Jap destroyer." The Huntington was one of the first ships to experiment with the use of observation balloons and seaplanes. There are photos of various seaplanes "launched from the Huntington" and with a couple captioned "hoisting aboard a wrecked plane," as well as of a crew used for a rescue mission of a larger vessel. A shipfitter on board, Patrick McGunigal, was the first person to earn a medal of honor during World War I after he rescued someone from a balloon crash. The ship docked at Brest, France, which was used during the war as a rest camp for sailors to recuperate after the long voyage to the continent. There are a few photos of ships sporting "dazzle camouflage," which worked "not by offering concealment but by making it difficult to estimate a target's range, speed and heading." The album continues until 1919 with photos of the Panama Canal and Saint Augustine, Florida.An extensive collection of photos showing an American sailor's tour of duty during World War I.

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        North of Boston, an author's presentation copy with a lovely, signed gift inscription from Frost and further signed by him on his frontispiece portrait

      New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1919. Second, limited American edition and first illustrated edition. Hardcover. This is an author's presentation copy of the second American edition (and first illustrated edition), and is both inscribed and signed by Frost. A lovely inscription entirely in Frost's hand is inked in black eight lines on the recto of the second blank endpaper preceding the half title: “For Louise Coolidge Carpenter | from | Robert Frost | who | as early as the year 1918 | recognized by certain | signs the artist in her.” Frost signed in the lower right margin of the frontispiece portrait by Chapin: “Robert Frost”. Louise Coolidge Carpenter (1901-1995) was born in Framingham, Massachusetts to U.S. Senator Marcus A. Coolidge and Ethel Warren Coolidge. Louise was a painter, explaining the author's reference to “signs of the artist in her”. Although we are unaware of their relationship, it must have been sustained; Frost's inscription implies that he knew her as early as 1918, a full decade earlier than her 1928 marriage to Donald Fell Carpenter (1899-1985), who would later become the first civilian Chairman of the Military Liaison Committee of the Atomic Energy Commission. Originally published in England in 1914 and the U.S. in 1915, North of Boston opens with the famous poems “The Pasture” and “Mending Wall,” North of Boston bolstered Frost's newly minted literary reputation and precipitated his return to the United States from England. In 1919, the American publisher issued this second and limited edition of 500 copies. The binding featured a dark green linen spine over lighter green, paper-covered boards with a gilt-stamped spine and gilt front panel with title and author printed in black. The contents feature fourteen illustrations by James Chapin and are printed on heavy, watermarked, laid, linen-rag paper with untrimmed fore and bottom edges. The edition was beautiful, but fragile. This author's presentation copy is in good condition, sound, but showing age, wear, and, perhaps, the well-handled regard in which it was held by the recipient. The binding remains square and tight, but soiled, with overall scuffing to the boards and spine and a small, whitish stain to the lower front cover. The contents are fully intact, all illustrations and tissue guards present. Moderate spotting appears at the endpapers, the blank versos of some illustrated plates, and the untrimmed page edges. Frost's inscription and further frontispiece portrait signature remain distinct with no appreciable fading. Iconic American poet Robert Lee Frost (1874-1963) was the quintessential poetic voice of New England. Ironically, Frost was born in San Francisco and it was a 1912 move to England with his wife and children – “the place to be poor and to write poems” – that catalyzed his recognition. A Boy's Will was completed in England, published by David Nutt in 1913. A convocation of critical recognition, introduction to other writers, and creative energy supported the 1914 English publication of Frost's second book, North of Boston, after which “Frost's reputation as a leading poet had been firmly established in England, and Henry Holt of New York had agreed to publish his books in America.” Accolades met his return to America and by 1917 a move to Amherst “launched him on the twofold career he would lead for the rest of his life: teaching whatever “subjects” he pleased at a congenial college… and “barding around,” his term for “saying” poems in a conversational performance.” (ANB) By 1924 he had won the first of his eventual four Pulitzer Prizes for Poetry (1931, 1937, and 1943). Frost spent his final decade and a half as “the most highly esteemed American poet of the twentieth century” with a host of academic and civic honors to his credit. Two years before his death he became the first poet to read in the program of a U.S. Presidential inauguration (Kennedy, January 1961). Bibliographic reference: Crane A3.3

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        ECSTATIC SPIRAL.

      ' ECSTATIC SPIRAL. For Man Ray on his Abat Jour No. 2, 1919-1957.' A typed poem written and signed by Joyce Reeves on February 7th 1958, and presented to Man Ray on his birthday, August 27th 1958. The poem, a celebration of the spiral form, has been illustrated by Man Ray with a drawing of his famous abat jour, and, with a pair of hands. In the right hand, he has written, 'What a birthday present! Aug. 27 -1958.' In the palm of the left hand he has added his signature. Joyce Reeves worked as translator at XXe Siecle, and was the mistress of Roland Penrose.This item is subject to VAT.

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        Underground Map of London.

      1919 - London: Waterlow & Sons, 1919. Colour lithographic map. Sheet 1000 x 1260mm. Minor repairs at folds, a little creasing, laid on canvas. A quad royal poster of the Underground, dated '31-12-19', well over a decade before the revolutionary Beck design. Despite still being owned by different companies, all the lines are printed in red over an outline map of the road network. Although more geographically correct than Beck's map, the centre of London is on a larger scale than the outskirts in order to separate the stations enough for clear naming.

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        Dame im Kaffee mit aufgestütztem Arm vor leerem Glas.

      - Radierung in Braun, 1919, auf Velin, links unten signiert. 20,8:14,3 cm. – Verso mit Resten alter Montierung. Literatur: Rosenbach 87, außerhalb der Auflage von 100 Exx. Sehr guter Abdruck mit vollem Rand. Der aus jüdischer Familie stammende Berliner Maler und Graphiker Lesser Ury brach 1879 eine begonnene kaufmännische Lehre ab, um sich in den 1880er Jahren an verschiedenen Orten und an maßgeblichen Kunstakademien der Zeit auszubilden: Düsseldorf, Paris, Brüssel und schließlich München sind die Stationen, nachdem er 1885 bei der Berliner Kunstakademie eine Ablehnung erfuhr. 1887 kehrte er in seine Heimatstadt zurück und stellte unter anerkennender Kritik erstmals 1889/1890 in der Galerie von Fritz Gurlitt aus. Adolph Menzel (1815-1905) förderte ihn, auch mit Max Liebermann (1847-1935) war Lesser Ury anfangs sehr freundschaftlich verbunden, bis es wenig später zum rivalisierenden Zerwürfnis kam. Lovis Corinth (1858-1925) konnte den Künstler schließlich 1914 an die „Berliner Secession" holen, die Galeristen Paul Cassirer und Heinrich Thannhauser stellten ihn 1916/1917 aus, 1922 zeigte die Secession eine 150 Gemälde umfassende Schau. Das druckgraphische Werk Lesser Urys hatte sich schon um 1920 in Sammlerkreisen seinen Platz erobert.

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        Night and Day

      London: Duckworth and Company, 1919. First edition, 2,000 copies printed. [4], 538, [2 ad] pp. 8vo. Publisher's dark gray cloth lettered in pale blue. Light foxing to endpapers, leaves thumbed, a very good copy or better. Housed in a custom quarter morocco box. First edition, 2,000 copies printed. [4], 538, [2 ad] pp. 8vo. Woolf's second novel. An attractive copy of the first edition of Woolf's second novel. Kirkpatrick A4a

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        Some British Ballads -- 1/575 signed by Rackham

      London: Constable, 1919. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/no jacket. Number 317 of 575 copies, signed by Arthur Rackham. No date, c. 1919, First Edition with the Rackham illustrations. Hardcover, 4to., vellum-backed boards, gilt titles and design, teg. 169 pp., with 16 mounted, tissue-covered color plates and many b&w illustrated head and tailpieces throughout. Near Fine. Light shelfwear and handling to the boards; previous owner's small gift inscription on the front pastedown; tight binding; fresh, clean contents.

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        Lettres d'amoureuses. Les Héroïdes. Traduction de G. Miroux.

      René Kieffer, Paris 1919 - In-4 (28,5 x 22,5 cm) 159 pp., demi-maroquin orange à coins signé Mativet (dos éclairci). Edition illustrée de dessins de Manuel Orazi, gravés sur bois par Perrichon. Edition tirée à 250 exemplaires, celui-ci est un des 30 exemplaires sur Japon avec une suite sur Chine et une suite sur Japon, second papier. Les suites reprennent les gravures, les vignettes, les fonds et la décomposition en couleurs de la couverture. Langue : Français [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Comando di Fiume d'Italia. Bollettino ufficiale. [Unito:] Reggenza del Carnaro N. 1 [unico]

      stampa: Tipografia de La Vedetta d'Italia. Bollettino ufficiale del periodo dell'occupazione fiumana che precedette la costituzione della Reggenza italiana del Carnaro. Stampato dal settembre 1919 al settembre 1920 per un totale di 45 fascicoli. Nel dettaglio: Prima serie, nn. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11 (il nr. 10 mai pubblicato); Seconda serie, nn. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (con supplemento), 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 31 bis, 32, 33, 34. Straordinaria collezione completa, in fascicoli sciolti ben conservati in cartella con dorso e angoli in pelle rossa, mancante solo del nr. 2 del 1920. Uniamo alla collezione il nr. 1 (unico pubblicato) della «Reggenza del Carnaro», datato 16 settembre 1920, e il volantino di presentazione e del «Bollettino» a firma di Vittorio Graziani, datato maggio 1920.

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        Treasure Box.

      [London: for the author, 1919] - Octavo, 16 pp. Original plain blue wrappers. Housed in a custom blue morocco backed-slipcase and matching chemise. Wrappers split along spine and slightly marked. A very good copy. Vignette title page and one line-drawing by Nancy Nicholson. First and only edition, one of 200 copies printed. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author to "Ivor Gurney, from Robert Graves" on the front wrapper verso. A superb association copy, linking two poets profoundly influenced by their experiences in the Great War. Until Gurney's collected letters were published in 1991, it was not clear whether the pair had ever met in person, though Gurney was known as an admirer of Graves and set several of his poems to music. They probably first met in the year Treasure Box was published, at the house of fellow veteran John Masefield at Boar's Hill, Oxford, where Graves was lodging with his wife while reading for a degree in English at St John's College. Treasure Box was his first book of poetry after demobilisation. Three years later Gurney was committed to the City of London Mental Hospital in Kent, and remained there until his death from tuberculosis in 1937. Higginson A4; see Carder, Songs of Graves's and Gurney's Friends, in Gravesiana: The Journal of the Robert Graves Society, vol. IV, no. 1 (2014). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        The Moon and Sixpence. A Novel.

      London: William Heinemann, 1919 - Octavo. Original green cloth, spine and front board lettered and blocked in black. Housed in a custom green flat-back box. Tips bumped, contents lightly toned. An excellent copy in unusually bright cloth. First edition, first impression, first issue. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper to Prince Albert I (1848–1922), "The Prince of Monaco with the author's affectionate regards. October 1919". A few years after this copy was inscribed, Maugham separated from his wife and settled permanently in the Riviera with Gerald Haxton, buying a villa on Cap Ferrat, where he entertained guests including Winston Churchill, Noel Coward, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, T. S. Eliot, H. G. Wells, Rudyard Kipling, and Virginia Woolf (Baxter, p. 147). The Moon and Sixpence, though ostensibly about Gaugin, "contains a great deal of autobiography: Maugham's protagonist Strickland leaves his wife and family and goes off to another country in order to live free of convention and to devote himself to his art" (Rothschild and Whiteman, p. 130). Stott A22.a; Baxter, French Riviera and Its Artists: Art, Literature, Love, and Life on the Côte d'Azur, 2015; Whiteman and Rothschild, William Somerset Maugham: A Catalogue of the Loren and Frances Rothschild Collection, 2001. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Der Dom. Bücher deutscher Mystik. Faksimileausgabe der in den Jahren 1919-1927 im Insel Verlag erschienenen dreizehnbändigen Reihe. 13 Bände (komplett)

      1919-1927, gr 8, Halbpergamenteinbd. m. Lesebändchen, je Band etwa 350 S. - Rücken teilw. stärker angestaubt, Kanten mitunter leicht berieben, sonst wohlerhaltene Exemplare

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1919 - 1919 Original Hardback Wisden

      , 1919 1919. Hi, Here we have a rare 1919 Original Hardback Wisden, in Very Good Condition. In my opinion the rarest 20th Century Wisden Hardback. The lettering (gilt) is bright and strong to both the front and the spine. The boards are excellent, the bok seems a bit warped but a heavy book on top should cure that , a bobbling line to the front cover to the right with a slight knock to the right of the front board. Inside the hinges are very good, very tightly bound. The yellow pastedowns are good, it looks like a bookplate has been removed from the first page, you need to look close but I would say it has been. HD Swan to the right yellow page. Internally very good, Minimal foxing. Nice photoplate. Couple of pages have dog ears. A lovely book, a few niggles but still fabulous. Rare,

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        L'Atlantide

      Albin Michel 1919 - Paris, Albin Michel, 1919 In-8 (19,5cm x 15cm) de [3ff.], 350pp., [5ff.] Tirage à 220 exemplaires numérotés, dont 50 sur papier du Japon et 170 sur papier de Hollande. Demi-chagrin à coins, dos à 4 faux nerfs, auteur et titre frappés or, fleur mosaïquée au centre du dos, tête dorée, couverture et dos conservés (NORMAND). Édition originale. Un des 170 exemplaires numérotés sur papier de Hollande, celui-ci n°69. Bel exemplaire, reliure en très bel état, intérieur en bon état malgré des ombres en marge de la page de dédicace et des pages 17 et 23. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Two plays for Dancers

      1919 - First edition. One of 400 copies. 8vo., original linen backed boards, printed paper label on the spine. Dublin, The Cuala Press. Lily Yeats' copy, with her distinctive bookplate (designed by her brother Jack) on the front pastedown and inscribed by her on the front blank: ?Lily Yeats, Feb 1919. Dundrum, Dublin? A near fine copy in a plain tissue dust jacket, nicked at all edges, with some loss in the centre of the spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA]
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        Teknisk Tidskrift 1919-1931 [49-61 årg.] + Arkitektur + Bergsvetenskap + Elektroteknik + Kemi + Mekanik + Skeppsbyggnadskonst [olika årg.]

      Utgifven af Svenska Teknologföreningen, med understöd af staten och Letterstedtska föreningen. Centraltryckeriet Stockholm 1919-1931. Illustrerade med s/v fotografier, diagram, figurer, tabeller etc. och utvikbara planscher. Tillsammans 29 volymer bundna i bruna och ljus- och mörkgröna halvklotband. [31x22 cm + 30x22 cm]. Första numret sid. 1-8 i årgång 1927 saknas. Stämpel 'Umeå stads elektricitetsverk' i några av de 29 volymerna. Fint och välhållet set. Mycket om industrin och dess organiserande (olja, metaller, stenkol, torv & trä), internationella utblickar, kommunikationer & tekniska framsteg (järnväg-spårväg-automobilar/bussar-sjöfart-lufttrafik, flygplan & zeppelinare, tekniska apparater (foto-radio-telefon-skrivmaskin), vattenkraften, med mera. Några artiklar med anknytning till de arktiska områdena: Band 1 (1919). Anläggningarna vid Sveagruvan, Spetsbergen, av Sten Jacobsson (sid. 442-51, 14 illustr. varav 8 s/v foton, 3 kartor & 3 figurer). Band 7 (1921). Möjligheterna för kolskeppningar från Spetsbergen, av A. Hemming sid. (sid. 73-76 + 117, 2 s/v fotografier, 1 diagram, 1 karta och 4 tabeller). Band 11 (1922). Tjugofemårsminnet av Andrées polarexpedition, av G. V. E. Svedenborg (sid. 426-30, 1 fotoporträtt). Band 1. Teknisk Tidskrift 1919. Band 2. Teknisk Tidskrift. Elektroteknik + Mekanik + Kemi + Bergsvetenskap + Skeppsbyggnadskonst 1919. Band 3. Teknisk Tidskrift 1920.Band 4. Teknisk Tidskrift. Elektroteknik + Mekanik 1920. Band 5. Teknisk Tidskrift. Arkitektur + Väg- och vattenbyggnadskonst 1920. Band 6. Teknisk Tidskrift. Kemi + Bergsvetenskap + Skeppsbyggnadskonst 1920. Band 7. Teknisk Tidskrift 1921. Band 8. Teknisk Tidskrift. Elektroteknik + Mekanik 1921. Band 9. Teknisk Tidskrift. Arkitektur + Väg- och vattenbyggnadskonst 1921. Band 10. Teknisk Tidskrift. Kemi + Bergsvetenskap + Skeppsbyggnadskonst 1921. Band 11. Teknisk Tidskrift 1922. Band 12. Teknisk Tidskrift 1923. Band 13. Teknisk Tidskrift. Elektroteknik + Mekanik + Skeppsbyggnadskonst 1923. Band 14. Teknisk Tidskrift. Kemi och Bergsvetenskap + Väg- och vattenbyggnadskonst 1923. Band 15. Teknisk Tidskrift 1924. Band 16. Teknisk Tidskrift. Elektroteknik + Mekanik + Skeppsbyggnadskonst 1924. Band 17. Teknisk Tidskrift. Kemi + Bergsvetenskap + Väg- och vattenbyggnadskonst 1924. Band 18. Teknisk Tidskrift 1925. Band 19. Teknisk Tidskrift. Elektroteknik + Mekanik + Skeppsbyggnadskonst 1925. Band 20. Teknisk Tidskrift 1926. Band 21. Teknisk Tidskrift. Elektroteknik + Mekanik + Skeppsbyggnadskonst 1926. Band 22. Teknisk Tidskrift 1927. Band 23. Teknisk Tidskrift. Elektroteknik + Mekanik + Skeppsbyggnadskonst 1927. Band 24. Teknisk Tidskrift 1928. Band 25. Teknisk Tidskrift. Elektroteknik + Mekanik + Skeppsbyggnadskonst 1928. Band 26. Teknisk Tidskrift 1929. Band 27. Teknisk Tidskrift. Elektroteknik + Mekanik + Skeppsbyggnadskonst 1929. Band 28. Teknisk Tidskrift 1930. Band 29. Teknisk Tidskrift 1931.

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        Stadtansicht.

      - Linolschnitt, 1919, auf hauchdünnem Japan-Bütten, signiert, datiert und als „Handabzug 3." Bezeichnet. Darstellungsgröße ca. 36:24 cm, Blattgröße 45,8:29 cm. – Mit Wischspuren von Druckerschwärze in den Rändern, in den oberen Ecken Reste von Spuren einer alten Montierung. Literatur: Katalog: Neuerwerbungen". Hamburgischer Künstlerclub. Hamburgische Sezession. Hamburger Moderne, ZEBRA. Hrsg. Von Dr. Ina Ewers-Schultz. Hamburger Sparkasse, 2005, S. 42 mit Abb., S. 143 mehrere Abb.; Rump/Bruhns, der Neue Rump, Lexikon der bildenden Künstler Hamburgs. 2. Aufl. Neumünster/Hamburg, 2012, S. 173. Der Bildhauer, Zeichner und Graphiker Paul Hamann führte ein bewegtes Leben: von 1910-1914 besuchte er die Landeskunstschule in Hamburg bei dem Bildhauer Richard Luksch (1872-1936), in dieser Zeit bekam er die Gelegenheit, eine Assistenz bei Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) zu absolvieren. 1914 wurde er zum Kriegsdienst eingezogen und war als „Mappenzeichner" an die Ost- und Westfront geschickt. Nach dem Krieg ließ er sich als freischaffender Künstler in Hamburg nieder, 1919 gehörte er zu den Mitgründern der Künstlergemeinschaft „Hamburgische Sezession", der er bis zu ihrer Auflösung 1933 angehörte. Er war außerdem Mitglied verschiedener anderer Künstlervereinigungen in Hamburg und arbeitete als Lehrer an der Landeskunstschule. Er schuf abstrakte Holzschnitzereien, Kleinplastiken, Porträts und lebensgroße Skulpturen – meist weibliche Akte – für Gärten und Parks. Nur wenige seiner Frühwerke haben den Krieg überlebt. 1920 heiratete er seine Schülerin, die Malerin Hilde Guttmann (1898-1987). 1924 folgte die Gründung der deutsch-französischen Freundschaftsgruppe „Groupe artistique franco-allemand". 1926 entwickelte Hamann ein neues, schonenderes Verfahren zur Abnahme von Lebendmasken mit dem Ziel, damit eine Galerie von Porträtbüsten bedeutender Zeitgenossen zu schaffen. Am Ende seines Lebens war die Sammlung auf 96 Arbeiten angewachsen. Darunter befanden sich z. B. Lebendmasken von Bertold Brecht (1898-1956), Gustaf Gründgens (1899-1963), Jean Cocteau (1889-1963), Man Ray (1890-1976), Renée Sintenis (1888-1965) u.a. Bis 1926 lebte das Künstlerpaar abwechselnd in Hamburg und Worpswede, Dann zogen sie nach Berlin. Hamann hatte Kontakt zur „Novembergruppe", eine enge Verbindung bestand zu Ernesto de Fiori (1884-1945), Hermann Haller (1880-1950) und Renée Sintenis. Auf Einladung des Diplomaten Sir Harold Nicolson (1886-1968) hielt sich Paul Hamann mehrmals für längere Zeit in London auf. Wegen des jüdischen Hintergrundes ihrer Familien ging das Paar im April 1933 nach Paris, hier verkehrten sie im Kreis von Jean Cocteau und André Gide (1869-1951). 1936 zogen sie weiter nach London und eröffneten ein Atelier in West Hampstead. Hamann war Gründungsmitglied der „Free League of Culture (FDKB)" und Mitglied des „Hampstead Arts Council". 1940 wurde Paul Hamann, wie viele deutsche Flüchtlinge, auf der Isle of Man in ein Internierungslager gebracht. 1941 trennte sich das Ehepaar und Paul Hamann gründete in London eine private Kunstschule. 1950 wurde der Künstler englischer Staatsbürger. Von 1953 an besuchte er mehrmals seine Heimatstadt Hamburg und versuchte vergeblich, als Dozent an der Landeskunstschule zu arbeiten. Hamburg sprach ihm eine lebenslange Rente zu. Paul Hamann ist mit seinen Werken in der Londoner Nationalgallery, Berliner Nationalgalerie, der Hamburger Kunsthalle, im Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte und dem Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg vertreten.

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        Aujourd'hui. Musique, poemes, dessins, proses. Revue des Valeurs nouvelles paraissant quatre fois l'an

      Paris: A La Belle Edition 1919 - Erstausgabe; OBrosch. mit Silberprägung, nummeriertes Exemplar (Nr. 31 von insgesamt 399 St.), 22,5 x 29 cm, etwa 46 Seiten mit weiteren Zeichnungen von A. Lhote, R. Duffy, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Van Dongen, André Derain, 1 eingelegter Farbdruck, Texte von Louis Aragon, Andre Breton, Jean Cocteau, Max C. Jakob, Jules Romains, Raymond Radiguet, Pierre Reverdy u.a. Musik von Georges Auric und Louis Durey. Vorderdeckel mit Verlust eingerissen, Hinterdeckel fehlt, Beilage mit Farbdruck an den Rändern berieben, sonst sehr guter Zustand. Book Language/s: fr [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        A Brief Record of the Advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force

      Government Press and Survey of Egypt, Cairo Egypt 1919 - under the command of Sir Edmund Allenby. July 1917-Oct 1918. Compiled from official sources and published by the Palestine News. OBrien A 011. 113 pp + 56 colored maps and accompanying text illustrating the operations. VG in original printed stiff paper covers. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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