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        Iglesias Mozárabes. Arte Español de los Siglos IX a XI. 2 tomos. Texto y Láminas

      Madrid, Primera edición 1919 - 21x26 Primera edición XXIV + 407 pp. Junta para la ampliación de estudios de investigaciones científicas Libro Plena piel de época con nervios y tejuelo [Attributes: First Edition]

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        FIRST PLAYS

      - MILNE,A.A. FIRST PLAYS. Lond.: Chatto & Windus 1919. 8vo, cloth. xii, 22p. + ads, label aged else fine (no dw). 1st ed. SIGNED BY MILNE. Contains Wurzel-Flummery, Luck One, The Boy Comes Home, Belinda and the Red Feathers. Milne began his play writing career while stationed on the Isle of Wight doing service during WWI. In the introduction Milne credits the Kaiser with helping his dramatic career. While some officers spent their free time playing bridge or golf, Milne used it to write these plays. "These five plays were written during the years 1916 and 1917. They would hardly have been written had it not been for the war. To his other responsilbilities the Kaiser now adds this volume." In a nice bit of association, it was James Barrie, already established, who helped Milne to produce one of the plays included here, Wurzel Flummery. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Futurista, expresszionista es kubista festeszet

      Budapest: Ma-Kiadas 1919 - Octavo 24.3 x 16 cm, wrappers, 32pp, 40 plates. Published in the momentous year of 1919 which saw the Hungarian Soviet Republic eruption and demise in less than five months, this is one of the more significant Ma publications under Lajos Kassák at the time and was released shortly before he and most of the Hungarian artists appearing in this book were forced into exile. In addition to surveying the noted movements in the title, Hevesy also includes works of the the Hungarian Activists operating under the banner of Kassák's Ma. Aktivizmus was strongly influenced and drew freely from the three movements under discussion. The activist artists whose works appear here include Janos Mattis-Teutsch (one woodcut), a linocut cover by Sándor Bortnyik and with photo-illustrated works by Bornyik as well. There is also a linocut by Czech Cubist Vincenc Benes which appeared in an early Ma issue, together with reproductions of works by numerous artists of the movements under discussion. Important document, very good. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        North of Boston

      Henry Holt and Company, 1919. Hardcover. Good. Henry Holt, New York 1919. First Illustrated Edition / First Printing. Only 500 copies of this edition were printed. Printed on heavy linen paper. Illustrated by James Chapin. {ref: Crane A3.3}. Newspaper clippings about Robert Frost laid in unattached at the endpaper. Book Condition: Good+, tight spine, shelf wear, rubbing, chipped corners. Name at the front endpaper, light age toning, split at the cloth spine repaired.

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        Life: The Seventeenth Grove Play of the Bohemian Club. SIGNED

      San Francisco: The Bohemian Club, 1919. First edition. Wraps. Very Good. 8vo, printed stapled wrappers, pp. 60, [3]. Signed on the front flyleaf by Harry Leon Wilson, Domenico Brescia, Sergei Rachmaninoff, and Warren S. Palmer. Signed at the rear of the book by William H. Smith, Joseph S. Thompson, Xavier Martinez, James Hopper, Sam Hume, Antoine de Vally, George Sterling, Ulderico Marcelli, Edwin Henry Lemare, and two others we have been unable to identify. Wraps tanned and creased, two short tears at the spine, about very good. / In the summer of 1919 Sergei Rachmaninoff was invited by his friend Sir Henry Heyman to accompany him to the Bohemian Grove in Monte Rio, California, and to attend the closing festivities of the Bohemian Club's encampment there. The weekend was marked by a Friday night "entertainment," directed by William H. Smith, and on Saturday, the final night of the season, the more formal Grove Play, "Life," written by Harry Leon Wilson and with music by Domenico Brescia (featuring what might well be the first time a set of chromatic cowbells was used as a symphony instrument). To commemorate the event, the playscript and musical notes were printed privately for members, with a complete cast list for both the Grove Play and for the "Cremation of Care," the pageant that had opened the season several weeks earlier. (The "Cremation of Care" would ultimately become standardized, but in 1919 it was written by Charles Caldwell Dobie and featured music by Edwin H. Lemare). / The signatories include novelist and playwright Wilson (he would go on to popularize the term "flapper" in his novel BUNKER BEAN), the author of the play; -- Brescia, the composer, best known in posterity for his chamber music compositions, who would return to the Grove with a second production in 1926; -- Rachmaninoff, distinguished guest; -- Palmer, President of the Bohemian Club and General Manager of the Northwest Pacific Railroad; -- Smith, long-time member and frequent director of Bohemian Grove productions; -- Thompson, president of the Pacific Electric Manufacturing Corporation, who would write the 24th Grove Play ("Wings"), produced in 1925; -- Martínez, a Mexican-born artist and bohemian who would be named to represent California in the Hall of Fame at the World's Fair of 1940; -- Hopper, a French-born writer, novelist, and college football coach (he led Nevada to its first-ever win over Stanford, in 1900), who was also a close friend of Jack London's, famously contributing his football jersey for use as a flag on the Snark for one notable voyage out of San Francisco Bay; -- Hume, a theater technician who had been the organizer of the first exhibition of stagecraft in the United States; -- de Vally, Belgian-born San Francisco voice teacher and recording artist, director of the San Francisco Grand Opera Company, and president of the SF Musicians' Club; -- Sterling, celebrated in Northern California as one of the greatest American poets (his poem "The Wine of Wizardry" has been called "the greatest poem ever written by an American author"), a significant figure in bohemian literary and artistic circles, and in the development of the artists' colony at Carmel (like Hopper, he was also friendly with Jack London; he was additionally mentored by Ambrose Bierce, and would himself later mentor Robinson Jeffers); -- Marcelli, Ecuadorean-born composer and conductor, founder of the Rico Marcelli Symphony Orchestra, who wrote six Grove Plays, the first in 1920, the last in 1961, and who, as a conductor, made his mark leading the orchestras in silent film houses for Tivoli and Grauman throughout the teens and 20s; -- and Lemare, British-born organist and composer (he composed the Friday night event), called "the most highly regarded and highly paid organist of his generation" as well as "one of the most important composers of the late Romantic English-American Organ School." A scarce and attractive piece of ephemera commemorating a highlight from the early days of the Club.

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        MR STANDFAST

      Hodder & Stoughton 1919 - First edition. 8vo. Blue cloth with dark blue lettering in the original pictorial dustwrapper. A very good copy indeed, small patch of darkening to spine top, minor offsetting to the front free endpaper and bookplate of E. L. Allhusen on the front pastedown. The dustwrapper is also in very good condition, with a small chip to the upper spine (just nicking the "M" of MR in the title) and some tanning to the spine. The panels are bright and complete, as are the printed flaps. The third novel featuring Buchan's most famous character, Richard Hannay Uncommon in the original dustwrapper. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MR. STANDFAST

      London: Hodder and Stoughton 1919 - First edition. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. Original cloth in dustwrapper. A good copy with some darkening and fraying of the spine. The contents are complete although the hinges are splitting but holding. The front free endpaper is inscribed in black ink "with kind regards of John Buchan. May 1919". Complete with original very good supplied first issue dustwrapper which has small chips to the spine tips and fold corners. The reverse of the dustwrapper has been backed at the spine and folds with archival tissue paper (which could be easily removed). The third Richard Hannay novel, the book considerably scarcer in inscribed state than it is in dustwrapper, offered here with the benefit of both. (Blanchard A46). Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SULL'ADRIATICO. Litografie di guerra del Capitano Aldo Carpi. Venti tavole a colori. 250 esemplari numerati - XIII.

      Alfieri & Lacroix,, Milano-Roma, 1919 - in folio, pp. 4, bella leg. cartone edit. tipo cartella con legacci, con cop. a colori con disegno di Aldo Carpi. Seguono 20 grandi litogr. dell'artista Aldo Carpi a più colori e firmate in lastra (misure mm. 430x280), applicate su cartoncino nero. Raffigurano alcuni ritratti (Umberto Maddalena caposquadriglia, pilota Andrea Balzarotti, aviatore Francesco De Pinedo, e altri), scene di battaglie, vedute. Rara ediz. a tiratura limitata di soli 250 esempl. numerati (ns nr. XIII) di cui i primi 50 fuori commercio. Ottimo stato di conservazione. [MM12-139]

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        Lettre autographe signee au critique Louis Vauxcelles.

      [Paris], 6. II. 1919.. Une page in-4° oblongue.. Friesz aimerait se voir decore par le ministere. "Mon cher Vauxcelles, etes-vous toujours bien avec monsieur Leon Berard? Une demande de croix a ete faite pour moi emanant de la direction de l'aeronautique pour recompenser mes services et particulierement de la creation du musee de l'armee au Trocadero. Et deposee directement au cabinet du ministre de la guerre. Quant a moi je pense que c'est surtout mon passe d'art que vous connaissez mieux que moi-meme qui m'autorise l'audace d'accepter cette distinction, si on veut bien m'en honorer. Je vous chargerai donc d'en toucher un mot a monsieur Leon Berard que j'avais je crois autrefois reussi a interesser au Salon d'automne pour que de sa haute influence il veuille bien me patronner aupres du general Mordac au cabinet du ministre. Je m'excuse de ce service, mais sachant que j'aurai l'occasion de vous prouver ma gratitude. Meilleurs sentiments de votre tout devoue. | E. Othon Friesz. Je suis convaincu qu'un mot de monsieur Leon Berard deciderait de toute hesitation".

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        On Trial A Dramatic Composition in Four Acts

      Samuel French, New York, NY 1919 - (full book description) Samuel French, New York, NY, 1919. 1st Edition Good, Paperback, Size=5"x7.5", 95pgs. 2-staple Trade Size Paperback Pamphlet. Spine cover rubbed & torn, cover edges nicked, "Original Cast of Character on page 3, has other ink names written in, o.w. clean & bright. Text in Fine condition. Performace at Candler Theatre, New York City, August 19th, 1914. Sam Forest - Director. Starring Frederick Perry, Constance Wolf & Mary Ryan. This was the initial appearance of this play which was a Broadway success & earned Reizenstein $100,000, a fortune in 1914. He later changed his name to Elmer Rice. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES, WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE! [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        [Poster]: Victory Naval Aircraft Show - Commercial Museum

      (No place - Philadelphia): Commercial Museum. 1919. Original poster for an exhibition of naval aircraft at Philadelphia's Commercial Museum in 1919. Approximately 15 1/2" x 11 1/2". Just about fine. Professionally mounted on linen. Signed in the image by H.T. Cubberley, about whom we can find no additional information. Various aircraft are depicted in flight. Possibly done in-house for the Museum, we have only seen or heard of one another example on blue paper, and presume it to be rare. .

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        HISTORIA DE LA CERAMICA DE ALCORA. Estudio crítico de la fábrica. Recetas originales de sus más afamados artifices. Antiguo reglamento de la misma.

      Ed. Imprenta Fortanet., Madrid. 1919 - Encuadernación en plena piel con nervios y tejuelo, grecas doradas estampadas en seco en el lomo y las tapas. Conserva portada original. Cortes dorados. Edición numerada de 400 ejemplares, el nuestro nº 27, con dedicatoria autógrafa del autor a su hermano. 81 láminas y 6 reproducciones facsímiles. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ARA VUS PREC

      (London):: Ovid Press. (1919). First edition. Number 66 of 220 copies (of 264 total). Although the title and half-title pages have "Vus" Eliot said it was "Vos." This is the first title published by John Rodker under his Ovid Press imprint. Eliot's fourth book and an important one, as it contains "Sweeney Among the Nightingales," "Portrait of a Lady," "Preludes," et al. There were 10 unnumbered copies for review, 4 special copies, 30 signed numbered copies, and 220 numbered copies. But, in our experience, the signed copies are so rare that we wonder if there were that many. This copy has been bound in dark red leather with the title blind-stamped at bottom of front cover. The first blank page has a little darkening, just at the top edge, otherwise in fine condition.

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        Ara Vus Prec (Ars Vos Prec)

      (London): Ovid Press. (1919). First. First edition. Quarterbound in yellow and black cloth with printed paper spine label. Corners slightly bumped, label a little toned, slight cracks in paper over hinges but tight, faint bend to a few leaves (a printer's error found in many copies), still at least very good in older custom cloth chemise and quarter morocco and cloth slipcase. One of 264 copies, this copy unnumbered and Signed by publisher John Rodker. .

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        Ohne Titel. Öl auf Leinwand.

      1919 1919 - 41 x 33 cm, Tadellos Monogrammiert: «R 19», wohl 1919. Möglicherweise stammt der Maler aus Basel, da der Name des Künstlerbedarf-Geschäftes, das nicht mehr existiert, auf der Rückseite des Rahmens gestempelt ist. Düstere Ruinenlandschaft im Stil Karl Hofers, vor der 3 Personen, der Weise, der Harlekin stehen. Ausserdem im Vordergrund ein Toter und der Tod der mit gespreizten Beinen über der Leiche steht, ein Banner in der Hand. Gerne senden wir Ihnen eine Abbildung. 1200 gr.

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        Pantschatantra. Fabeln aus dem indischen Liebesleben. Lithographien von R. Janthur.

      Gurlitt,, Berlin, 1919 - Berlin, Gurlitt, 1919. 47 + 1 S. OHpgm. EA. Nr. 169 von 700 Expl. Mit 10 kolor. Tafeln. Mit der eighd. Signatur des Künstlers. - Der Venuswagen. Erste Folge, Band III. - Kl. Exlibris-St. a. V., die fragile Seide des Einbandes m. großflächigen Fehlstellen a. Vorderseite, ansonsten leichte Gbrsp. Die beiden Schließen sind vorhanden. Deutsch

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        In Flanders Fields and Other Poems

      New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1919. First. First American edition, issued simultaneously with the Canadian. A little foxing to the endpapers and very light wear to the boards, near fine in very good, age-toned dustwrapper with internal (and unnecessary) brown tape repair. Important collection of WWI poems. .

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        FEU PIERROT. 1857 - 19 ?

      Paris H. Floury 1919 - 19.7x26.4 cm., 183 pp., édition avec portrait en couleurs en frontispice, de nombreuses illustrations hors et dans le texte, 16 planches en n/b (dont 2 à double-page) et 15 planches en couleurs (dont 1 à double-page) par A. Willette, relié demi-maroquin havane à coins, signée par Laurent Peeters - Anvers. Filet doré cernant les plats de pap., dos à 5 nerfs et finnement fleuronnés dorés (décor floral), tête dorée, couverture imprimée d'éditeur. Tirage limité. 1790 g. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Le Testament. Nouvelle en prose par monsieur Paul Bourget de l'Academie Francaise. Illustrations de monsieur Garcia Benito.

      Paris: printed by Francois Bernouard for Edition de La Guirlande, 1919 - ONE OF THE EARLIEST AND ONE OF THE BEST ART DECO ILLUSTRATED BOOKS. First edition of this novella by Bourget, illustrated with 22 beautifully hand-colored pochoir plates by Garcia Benito, of which three are loose, full-page hors-texte plates. Edition limited to only 154 numbered copies, of which this is one of 150 printed on fine, thick Arches wove paper. Folio. Original wraps. FINE AND BRIGHT, WITH NO DEFECTS. Extremely rare, especially in such pristine, fresh condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Manuscript]: "The Twilight of the Manikins: Verses Written during the Great War"

      New York 1919 - Octavo. Red cloth. Over 200 pages of manuscript war poetry written in a publisher's "dummy" volume (that is, a bound volume issued with only blank pages, the book title "The Long Gallery" by Eva Lathbury and publisher Henry Holt stamped on the cloth). Trent hand-numbered the 208 pages of poetry, the verses almost entirely in holograph (a few printed pieces pasted in and amended). The volume shows a great deal of work with portions cut and pasted in later holograph (and occasionally dated) corrections and edits, etc.Trent was born in Richmond, Virginia in 1862, the son of a surgeon in the Confederate Army of distinguished Virginia ancestry. In 1880 he began studying at the University of Virginia where he became the editor of the Virginia University Magazine. He did post-graduate study at Johns Hopkins University, after which he accepted an offer to teach at Sewanee, The University of the South where he became a professor of English and the acting professor of history from 1888 until 1900, and from 1893 was dean of the academic department. He founded and edited *The Sewanee Review* (now the longest continuously published literary quarterly in the U.S.). He also created the Sewanee Historical Society at the University of the South. In 1900, he became professor of English literature at Columbia University where he devoted himself to the study of Daniel Defoe. He edited the Cambridge History of American Literature, and published many books on literary historical subjects, many Southern, including William Gilmore Simms and Robert E. Lee.Trent published five of the earliest poems represented here from 1915 in *The Fatherland* and *The Texas Review*, but this voluminous collection of intelligent literary poetry devoted to the cataclysmic conflict appears to be largely unpublished. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Texas and Oklahoma Official Railway & Hotel Guide Map, WITH THE RARE BOOKLET

      The Texas Railway Guide Company, St. Louis, MO 1919 - Published by The Texas Railway Guide Company of St. Louis, Missouri, the map measures 23" x 23" (570 x 570 mm). Staining and tears along the folds, else near very good. Professionally matted and framed. WITH THE RARE BOOKLET: 8vo. 136 pp. Original self-wrappers (chipped, lower cover chipped with significant loss; textblock browned and brittle, but SUITABLE FOR EXHIBITION AND STUDY Very scarce railroad map of Texas, which also includes parts of Oklahoma, Colorado, New Mexico, and Mexico. Delineated are counties, major cities, and also small cities that held a prominent place along certain railroads. The scale of the map is approximately 10 miles to 1/4 in. * OUR COPY CONTAINS THE RARE BOOKLET, the full title of which is: "Texas and Oklahoma railway and hotel official guide: containing the official time tables of all railway lines operating in Texas and Oklahoma, also useful and valuable information for the traveling public, for shippers and for railway men generally." This excellent guide is of further interest in the abundance of woodcut illustrations of actual hotels, many (most?) of which have been destroyed. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Zehn Radierungen.

      Wien, Gilhofer & Ranschburg, 1919.. 37 x 47 cm. o. Pag. [12 Bll.] Lose Blattsammlung in OHlw.Mappe.. Nr. 90 von 120 num. Expl. Mit den zehn, eighd. sign. Radierungen. - Mappe etw. berieben, vereinzelt etw. stockfleckig. - Martin, (1890 - 1967), war Professor an der Akademie der bildenden Künste in Wien.

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        Portrait]

      [Glastonbury, October 9th, 1919 - A contemporary sketch of the dedicatee of The Lark Ascending, signed by her at the Glastonbury Festival, 1919. Marie Hall (1884-1956) was the outstanding violinist of her generation and it was for her that Vaughan Williams wrote this most popular piece of English music. First written in 1914, performance of The Lark was delayed by Williams' service in the Great War. He and Hall revised it together in 1920 for a piano and violin performance that year, before she performed it for the first time in a full orchestral version (under Sir Adrian Boult) later that year. Hill played a famous Stradivarius which later took her name. Watercolour portrait (194 × 116 mm), full length with violin, signed [?] 'PCMH-G' and dated, neatly mounted on card, which is signed 'Yours very sincerely / Marie Hall', framed and glazed, the verso with old manuscript note 'original drawing of Miss Marie Hall at the Glastonbury Festival Oct 9. 1919 & autographed by her.' [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        [Small Archive]: United Mine Workers of America Commission Signed by John L. Lewis to W.A. "Tony" Boyle, future president of the UMWA and convicted murderer of Joseph Yablonski, with related material

      A small archive of documents pertaining to the organized labor career of W.A. Boyle. One of America's great power-brokers during his long life, John L. Lewis became acting president of The United Mine Workers of America in 1919. He finally retired in 1960 and was succeeded by Thomas Anderson, himself quite elderly and in failing health. When Anderson died three years later William Anthony Boyle took over the UMWA. "Tough Tony" Boyle consolidated the powers of the union president and was involved in widespread corruption. In 1969 Pennsylvania union leader Joseph Yablonski created a credible challenge to Boyle but ultimately lost, and was murdered with his wife and daughter a few days after the election. Boyle was convicted of ordering the murder and died in prison in 1985. Hollywood revisited the crime in the 1986 HBO film Act of Vengeance with Wilford Brimley portraying Boyle and Charles Bronson as Yablonski. Further details available upon request. .

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        Beautés de 1918. (Op. 4.) Illustré de quatre dessins de Juan Gris

      Paris (Éditions de l?'Esprit Nouveau), 1919.. (30)pp. 4 illus. after drawings by Gris. 4to. Dec. wraps., repeating the design on the title-page. One of 200 copies on papier bouffant, signed and numbered in pen by Gris and Dermée in the justification, from the limited edition of 216 in all. In a letter to Dermée of September 1918, full of poetic uncertainties (?"I?'m immersed in a dream about such important work that I think of nothing else. Time and space only exist in my life as ideas or elements of my work?"), Gris wrote happily, and whimsically, to accept the commission of these illustrations. ?"With great pleasure will I give the hand of my daughter (a daughter whom I shall create specially) to your newest-born, always provided that my daughter?'s guardian has no objections?" (the guardian in this case being his dealer, Léonce Rosenberg). The four vignettes are Cubist still-lifes, a bit reminiscent in format of Braque?'s woodcuts for Satie?'s ?"Le Piège de Méduse.?" A beautiful copy, very fresh and clean.

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        The chronicles of America series. Edited by Allen Johnson, Gerhard R. Lomer und Charles W. Jeffreys. 50 Bände und Supplement-Band, zusammen 51 Bände.

      New Haven Yale University Press -24 1919 - Ca. 200 bis 300 S. je Band. Mit zahlreichen Tafeln und Karten. 8° (21 x 14 cm). Rotes Maroquin der Zeit mit Rückentitel, reicher Vergoldung und Kopfgoldschnitt ("Bound by James MacDonald Co. New York City"). George Washington Edition. - Komplette, illustrierte Folge der überaus erfolgreichen Reihe. In abgeschlossenen Themenbänden ausgewiesener Fachleute wird die Geschichte Amerikas von den Ureinwohnern bis zum Ende des Ersten Weltkriegs dargestellt, die beiden Schlußbände befassen sich mit Kanada und den "Hispanic nations of the New World". In der vorliegenden Reihe zuätzlich noch mit dem Ergänzungsband von Ralph H. Gabriel und Arthur B. Darling "The Yale course of home study based on The chronicles of America". Nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg wurde die Reihe noch mit sechs weiteren Bänden fortgesetzt, die hier aber nicht mehr beigegeben sind. - Seitlich und unten unbeschnitten, teils etwas gebräunt. Die Einbände teils an Kanten und Gelenken berieben, einige Kapitale auch etwas deutlicher beschabt, die Rücken nachgedunkelt, insgesamt aber schön erhalten. - Außergewöhnlich aufwendig und bibliophil gebundene Reihe, die Buchbinderei von James MaDonald war 1880 gegründet worden und bestand für ein Jahrhundert in New York. Die Werkstatt gilt als eine der bedeutendsten Firmen in den USA, 1909 hatte McDonald einen großen Teil der Werkzeuge der "Club Bindery" des Grolier Club übernommen. 28000 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The (London) Times Weekly (Newspaper) Edition: Bound Original Issues from 18 October, 1918 Through 25 July 1919 (No. 42. Vol. XLII Through No. 30 Vol. XLIII)

      London: The Times (of London). Hardcover. Approximately 1,000 pages. Very large volume measures over 18" high by over 12" wide and approximately 1.5" thick. Extensive coverage of the final weeks of World War I, its conclusion, and aftermath, plus other news of the day and contemporary advertisements. Each page very densely packed with small type-faced print and occasional maps. Contents appear to be bound original issues rather than reprints. Includes an 8 page illustrated section devoted to "London's Great Peace Celebration Procession" in July, 1919. Small original bookseller's sticker inside front board at bottom. Binding sound. Moderate wear and soiling externally. Partially rubbed gilt lettering upon front board and backstrip. Contents yellowing at edges. Please note: the April 11, 1919 issue was not bound in this volume. A sound copy of this most enthralling, comprehensive and unique reference. . Good. 1919. First Edition.

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        Banque de l'Union Parisienne Emprunt National: et maintenant...au Travail!

      Paris: Joseph-Charles, 1919. unbound. very good. Poster. Color lithograph mounted on linen. Page measures 45.75" x 30.75". French World War I poster. Minor overall wear, top edge has been cropped.

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        South

      London: William Heinemann,, 1919. The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914–1917. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in dark blue morocco, titles and decoration to spine in silver, single rule to boards in silver, pictorial block of The Endurance copied from the original cover in silver, twin rule to turn-ins in silver, burgundy endpapers, all edges silver. Colour frontispiece, folding map and 87 plates. Some light browning to pages, an excellent copy in a fine binding. First edition, first impression. Shackleton embarked in 1914 on the Endurance to make the first traverse of the Antarctic continent; a journey of some 1800 miles from sea to sea. But 1915 turned into an unusually icy year in Antarctica; after drifting trapped in the ice for nine months, the Endurance was crushed in the ice on October 27. "Shackleton now showed his supreme qualities of leadership. With five companions he made a voyage of 800 miles in a 22-foot boat through some of the stormiest seas in the world, crossed the unknown lofty interior of South Georgia, and reached a Norwegian whaling station on the north coast. After three attempts. Shackleton succeeded (30 August 1916) in rescuing the rest of the Endurance party and bringing them to South America" (DNB). Amazingly, all members of the Endurance party survived the ordeal.

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        Night and Day.

      Duckworth, London, 1919 - Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full dark blue morocco, title and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards gilt, marbled endpapers, triple rule to turn-ins gilt, all edges gilt. A fine copy. First Edition, First Impression. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        NIGHT AND DAY.

      Duckworth, London 1919 - Woolf, Virginia. NIGHT AND DAY. London: Duckworth & Co., (1919). First Edition of Virginia Woolf's second novel. 8vo. 538 pp. + 2 pp. of publisher's adverts. Dark grey cloth boards, lettered in pale blue to the spine and upper front cover. Dedicating the book to Vanessa Bell, 'But, Looking For A Phrase, I Found None To Stand Beside Your Name', Woolf wrote in a letter of 1916 to Vanessa, "I am very interested in your life, which I think of writing another novel about". Kirkpatrick And Clarke A4a. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ONE DAY MORE A PLAY IN ONE ACT

      [London: The Beaumont Press, 1919].. Quarter gilt vellum and decorated boards, printed label. Very light rubbing to corners and light soiling to boards, otherwise a very nice copy. First public edition, deluxe issue, limited to twenty-four copies printed on Japanese vellum, and signed by Conrad, in addition to two hundred and fifty unsigned copies on paper. This edition was preceded by Clement Shorter's 1917 private printing of twenty- five copies. Scarce.

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        The Magic Of Oz - 1st Edition/1st State

      Chicago: The Reilly and Lee Company. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 1919. First Edition; First Printing. Card Covers. An attractive First Edition/First State in Near Fine condition, slight rubbing and wear to cloth and pastedown, a small closed tear on back free-endpaper. Original green cloth with very bright color pictorial label on front board. 12 color and many black/ white illustrations by John R. Neill throughout. Scarce in this condition; L. Frank Baum continues the adventures of Dorothy and all the well-known characters of Oz in this children's classic. Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz himself are out to search for the perfect birthday present for the beautiful Princess Ozma of Oz .

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        Quia Pauper Amavi

      London: The Egoist Ltd, [1919]. First edition, one of 500 copies printed. 8vo. 51, [1] pp. Gray paper board with olive green cloth spine, printed paper label . Spine a little faded and label very slightly darkened, light foxing throughout text, but overall, a near fine copy. Bookplate and chop. Gallup A17a . This copy has the word "wherefore" corrected to "wherefrom" on page 34, as in most copies

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Das Aldegrever-Madchen [The Aldegrever Girl]

      Fritz Gurlitt, Berlin 1919 - Limited edition. Number 95 of 700 copies on laid paper. 39, [3] pp. With 8 original hand-colored lithographic plates by Georg Walter Rossner. 31 cm. Singed by the author. Volume 4 of the series: Der Venuswagen; Eine Sammlung Erotischer Privatdrucke mit Original-graphik. In quarter vellum and light red cloth, gilt spine title and centerpiece on the front board, vellum fastening ties with ivory clasps. With rubbing and some chipping to the cloth along the fore edges of both boards, light age-toning to the endpapers, lacking one ivory clasp, else very good in a fair slipcase. The text pages and plates are very clean and tight. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Das Aldegrever-Mädchen. Eine Novelle. Mit handkolorierten Original-Lithographien von Georg Walter Rössner.

      F. Gurlitt,, Berlin, 1919 - Berlin, F. Gurlitt, 1919. 39 + 2 S. OHpgm. EA. Nr. 169 von 700 Expl. mit der eighd. Signatur des Autoren. Mit acht kolor. Tafeln. - Der Venuswagen. Privatdrucke der Gurlitt-Presse. Erste Folge, Band IV. - Kl. Exlibris-St. a. V., die fragile Seide des Einbandes m. Fehlstellen, ansonsten leichte Gbrsp. Die beiden Schließen sind vorhanden. Deutsch

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        Autograph postcard signed ("Tzara").

      Zurich, 30. VII. [1919]. - 8vo. 1 p. With autograph address. To the German lyricist Alfred Vagts (1892-1986), telling him that the two poems he had sent will be published separately in "Zeltweg" and "Dada": "[.] Perhaps you will send us some other ones [.]" (translated from the German original).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Hill's Golden Rule Magazine May-June 1919

      Hill's Golden Rule Magazine. Book Condition: Softcover Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Hill's Golden Rule NAPOLEON HILL 1919 FIRST EDITION Very Rare Business Magazine

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        A Slave's Adventures Toward Freedom: Not Fiction, but the True Story of a Struggle

      Oxford, Ohio: The Author. [1919]. First. First edition. Small octavo. 54pp., frontispiece portrait, plus 3 plates. Blue lettered cloth. Pencil notes on the titlepage, a little worn at the extremities, near fine. Signed by the author beneath his portrait. Self-published autobiography of a freed slave. Bruner, whose fair was a slavemaster and his mother a slave, was born in Winchester, Kentucky. He ran away and was caught and severally beaten on several occasions, he was eventually freed by Union forces and eventually joined the Union Army. After he was mustered out he joined relatives in Ohio, and who served for many years as a janitor at Miami University in Ohio. Includes a long poem about Bruner by his granddaughter, Edna Bradley. Uncommon. .

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