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        William A. Jackson: Photograph of the celebrated Western artist, seated painting in watercolor at his easel at home, in the company of famous photographer Merle La Voy, inscribed "To Merle La Voy, Wm. A Jackson, 1932" at top

      n.p. 1921 n.p., 1921. (JACKSON, WILLIAM A) 8 x 10 inches. . Inconspicuous crack at lower right corner, else fine. From the library of Merle La Voy

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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      Westminster: Beaumont Press, 1921. FIRST EDITION. ONE OF 75 COPIES ON JAPANESE VELLUM OF THE EDITION DE LUXE SIGNED BY THE PUBLISHER AND ARTIST (of a total of 475 copies). Hardcover. 222 x 152 mm (8 3/4 x 6"). Two separately issued but companion volumes. FIRST EDITION. ONE OF 75 COPIES ON JAPANESE VELLUM OF THE EDITION DE LUXE SIGNED BY THE PUBLISHER AND ARTIST (of a total of 475 copies). Original vellum-backed decorative paper boards. "Reading" with vignette on title in orange and green, two plates in the same colors, one facsimile of writing in text, device on final page, stylized illustration of a tree on front and rear endpapers; "Berneval" with woodcuts of Naples and Paris printed in blue on the front and rear endpapers, two-color title page woodcut, one plate and a facsimile of a Wilde letter, and printer's woodcut device; our special deluxe version WITH THREE ADDITIONAL WOODCUTS at the back of each volume, all the woodcuts as well as the cover design by Randolph Schwabe. Ransom, p. 211; Tomkinson, p. 17. "Berneval" spine just a bit darkened, otherwise FINE, UNWORN COPIES that have obviously been little used, as they open stiffly and are immaculate inside and out. Here, "After Berneval" is offered with "After Reading," its (earlier) companion volume, both of them in their deluxe form on Japanese vellum and including an extra suite of the illustrations. "Reading" comprises a set of letters, also written to Ross, by Wilde during the summer of 1897, after having just been released from two years' imprisonment in Reading Gaol. The preface to its sequel, "After Berneval," says that the earlier collection "was unprocurable almost as soon as it was published." The letters in these volumes tell the story of a tragic literary figure who fell from a precipitous height. Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) was born and raised in Ireland, studied classics at Trinity College, Dublin, and at Magdalen College, Oxford, and then settled in London. There he became famous for his unmatched wit and infamous for his personal eccentricities--long hair, décor at his lodgings that included peacock feathers and blue china, and, ultimately, sexual behavior that was deemed both intolerable and criminal. During the first half of the 1890s, he was enjoying remarkable social prominence and literary success with the staging of "Lady Windermere's Fan" (1892), "A Woman of No Importance" (1893), "An Ideal Husband" (1894), and the incomparable "The Importance of Being Earnest" (1895). But two months after the staging of this last play, he brought a defamation suit against the Marquess of Queensbury, the father of his intimate friend, Lord Alfred Douglas. The suit backfired: in the course of the litigation, Wilde was investigated by police, and his homosexuality was exposed, leaving his reputation destroyed. He was sentenced in May of 1895 to two years of hard labor, spending part of his time behind bars at Reading Prison, where he produced his powerful poem, "De Profundis." After release, he moved to the Continent and died three years later in Paris of meningitis. As Day says, "Among English men of letters only Byron and Shaw have surpassed Wilde in the craft of conscious posing and self-publicizing," a fact that has made succeeding generations suspicious of the reality behind the legend that the author helped to establish. But after a period when he was treated as a kind of martyr because of his suffering at the hands of squeamish Victorianism, "it is at last possible to evaluate Wilde as the capable literary artist he acutally was.

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        La Vita Nouva Nel Sesto Centena Rio Della Morte Di Dante Alighieri

      Bergamo: Istituto Italiano d'arte Grafiche, 1921. First edition. Hardcover. Orig. purple cloth decorated in gilt. Teg. Fine, in worn but sturdy original clam shell box/No Dust Jacket. Grassi, Vittorio. 93 pages [4]. Folio, 36 x 29 cm. Limited edition, copy 1193 of 1321, signed by the illuminator, Nestore Leoni and the illustrator, Vittorio Grassi to commemorate the sixth centenary of Dante's death. This is a perfect facsimile of the original parchment manuscript, French leaved and printed on vellum in two or more colors with thirty-nine full or compressed illustrations, plus illuminated head and tail pieces on each page. The paper made in the mills of Pietro Miliani in Fabriano. Laid-in, a four page announcement of this publication in English headlined -- "An Offering To His Holiness Pope Pius XI A Manuscript On Vellum Of the Vita Nuova." This too lettered in black and red, noting the publishing Executive Committee and providing critical commentary from religious and literary notables. Bright, very fresh and clean copy.

      [Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc.]
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        A Creed

      Stanmore: No Publisher, 1921. Illuminated manuscript, 10pp (ignoring blanks). Full calf, raised bands, spine in six panels, bands bordered with gilt single fillet, covers with inner roll of dots with fleuron corner pieces, surrounded by a single fillet border, upper cover with author and title in gilt, gilt roll to edges and gilt fillets to inner edges, a.e.g., probably bound by Riviere. Spine faded, extremities slightly faded and lightly rubbed, couple of small spots of foxing to upper cover. Internally there is a hint of dust-soiling towards head of pages, otherwise quite bright and clean. Attractive calligraphy and rubrication by one of three highly accomplished sisters. Remnant of a letter from Alberto Sangorski (really just his signature) laid in. Signed by Illustrator. First Edition. Full Calf. Good+. Illus. by Brown, Joan W.. 8vo. Illuminated Book.

      [Bookseller: Temple Rare Books]
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        Lendas da India

      Lisbon: Academia das Ciencias de Lisboa, 1921. 7 volumes. Please enquire for postal rates, digital images (thumbnails) and other details of the publication.. Paper cover, Stapled. Good/No Jacket.

      [Bookseller: Gapura Consultants Pte. Ltd.]
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      Published by Nelson, 1921. 1st edition.. Hardback. Good. Illustrated by Tourtel, Mary. Good condition with no wrapper. The first appearance of Rupert Bear in book form. Small square format. Cream and brown pictorial boards. Front cover shows Rupert with a hoop and stick. Illustrated throughout in shades of brown. 88 pages. Story in verse. Boards grubby with worn corners. 1.5" loss at base of spine and 0.5" loss at top. Remainder of spine detached at rear edge but still attached at front. Small bookseller's sticker to front pastedown. Faint margin marks to contents but pictures still bright. A decent copy of this scarce Rupert book. [S]

      [Bookseller: Stella & Rose's Books]
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      Paris, Le Livre Du Bibliophile, G.&R; Briffaut, 1921. . Relié, demi - veau avec dos à nerfs (5) doré, plats de papier marbré, frontispice ( portrait de l' auteur), 26x34cm, (2) couverture orginele, 164pp (3) couverture originale (2), illustré par Almery Lobel - Riche. Bon état!!! Editions illustré de trente eaux - fortes ( incl. le frontspice) hors texte de Lobel - Riche. Ornements typographiques dessinés et gravures sur bois par Louis Jou. N° 203 de 362 exemplaires numérotés.

      [Bookseller: ERIK TONEN BOOKSELLER]
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        La Tentative Amoureuse ou le Traite du vain desir by Andre Gide

      Paris: Nouvelle Revue Francaise, 1921. First edition. Original Wraps. Orig. tan wrappers printed and illustrated in black. Very good in worn glassine overwrapper./No Dust Jacket. Approximately 40 pages. 24 x 20 cm. Limited edition, copy 287 of 400 on papier Lafuma-Navarre. Four full-page colored wood-engravings plus additional colored vignettes by Laurencin. Associated with the Cubist literary and artistic group, but her painting uninfluenced by their theories; mistress of Apollinaire and socially intimate with the leading Cubist proponents. Text in French. Discreet, round one centimer stamp at lower corner of free endpaper the only ex-library mark, original glassine overwrapper chipped with some loss, plates and text clean. Lacking one centimeter of wrapper at backstrip head.

      [Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc.]
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        Les Romans d'Anatole France

      Paris: Calmann-Levy, 1921-1924., 1921. 11 vols. 8vo. Text in French. Beautiful contemporary binding by Levitzky in half brown morocco, gilt and onlaid floral decoration to spines, marbled boards and end-papers. Light wear to extremities, occasional light foxing. A very attractive set.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Jocaste et le chat maigre.

      Paris, Editions de la Banderole, 1921, - gr. in-8, demi-maroquin acajou à coins, dos à nerfs, caissons ornés de listels de maroquin ocre en encadrement rehaussés d'un filet noir et de deux filets dorés, tête dorée, couvertures et dos conservés, non rogné, 222 pp. Edition illustrée de 31 ravissantes pointes-sèches par Chas Laborde. Un des 5 exemplaires numérotés sur Whatman (tirage de tête après un exemplaire unique), celui-ci revêtu d'un élégante reliure, en parfaite condition.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Vignes]
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        The Trail of the Black & Tans

      TALBOT PRESS, DUBLIN 1921 - Good binding, clean body, and unmarked text. However, light shelf wear, tanned spine, rubbed cover, slightly soiled cover, few fraying threads, front hinge is beginning to detach, and tanning pages and fore edges. DATE PUBLISHED: 1921 EDITION: 230 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop]
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        The Year's At The Spring

      London - George G. Harrap, 1921 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. The Year's At The Spring An Anthology Of Recent Poetry compiled by L. D. O. Walters with an introduction by Harold Monro. With colour and black and white illustrations by Harry Clarke. First edition. Includingpoems by Thomas Hardy, W. B. Yeats, Walter De La Mare and Rupert Brooke. Harry Clarke (1889 - 1931) was an Irish stained glass artist and book illustrator and a leading figure in the Irish Arts and Crafts Movement. Harold Edward Monro (1879- 1932) was a British poet, the proprietor of the Poetry Bookshop in London which helped many famous poets bring their work before the public. Condition: In a cloth binding. Externally, sound but with slight wear to extremities and marks to boards. Internally, generally firmly bound. Bright and generally clean throughout but with foxing to endpapers only and odd slight foxing in places. Overall: VERY GOOD.

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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      New York: Macmillan, 1921.. Printed pale blue-gray boards, with decorations after designs by T. Sturge Moore. Christmas 1926 gift inscription on half- title, fragile boards have shallow chips and cracks at spine ends, trace of tanning to spine, otherwise a very good copy in half morocco folding clamshell box. First edition, trade issue, of this selection published in the Macmillan Uniform Edition. Signed by Yeats on the title-page. This binding is one of the two forms noted by Wade.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Monday or Tuesday. With Woodcuts by Vanessa Bell

      London: The Hogarth Press. 1921. First Edition, one of 1,000 copies. 8vo; 91pp; + one page of ads for other books by The Hogarth Press. Black and white illustration on front panel, white panel on back, brick-colored cloth spine. Some minor rubbing to black and white illustration on front panel, endpapers browned, some offsetting from woodcuts to text page opposite as usual (and even so noted in Kunitz & Haycraft, p. 1549), else fine, housed in brick-colored cloth with brown morocco spine clamshell box. Illustrated with four original woodcuts by Vanessa Bell. Hand set and letterpress printed by McDermott at The Prompt Press, Richmond. A lovely fresh copy.& Virginia Woolf (1882- 1941), English novelist, essayist and critic, married the political theorist Leonard Woolf in 1912, with whom she established the Hogarth Press. MONDAY OR TUESDAY was the first Hogarth Press title to be included in the Annals of English Literature, 1475-1950. It was Woolf&#39;s "break out" book and it was noted that with this collection of short stories, Mrs. Woolf "emerged definitely with the liveliest imagination and most delicate style of her time." Vanessa Bell (1879-1961), elder sister of Virginia Woolf, was herself a talented artist. She designed a number of dust jackets for books published by her sister&#39;s press, as well as illustrating the books. In her art, she attempted to break the bonds of restrictive Victorian norms. She, and the other members of the Bloomsbury group, made significant efforts to introduce the French avant-garde to an English audience. Bell&#39;s art, often decorative, and especially in the period represented in this book owes much to Bonnard, Vuillard and Matisse. <br>See an <A HREF= >Image.</A><br>

      [Bookseller: Priscilla Juvelis, Inc.]
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        The Great Fight. By the Author of "Cashel Byron's Profession" Reprinted June, 1921, from the Nation London, December 13, 1919

      [New York]: Privately Printed by Mitchell Kennerley, June, 1921 - Mitchell Kennerley's pirated edition of Shaw's article, covering the George Carpentier-Joe Beckett prizefight of 1919. According to the Sale Catalogue of the American Art Association (Kennerley's auction house) of 24 April, 1930, "less than 150 copies were printed." Laurence quotes Shaw's sardonic remark on the Kennerley's piracy: "It is like his check; but he did not go so far as to thrust his crime on my notice by sending me a copy." First edition. 8vo. 16pp. Sewn. Fine copy in green cloth slipcase with chemise. With the stamp "Paul Magriel Collection.". Laurence A162; Hartley 1702 (unseen) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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      Hebrew Congregations. 1921-1929. Original Wraps. 8vo. 12; 32, [4]; 24, [2]; 32, [4]; 16; 13, [4]; 25; 35; 13; 16; 20; 19; 19; 11; 27; 19 pages. 20 cm. Pastedown label on cloth slipcase: &#145;Plays For New Year Sukkoth Hanukkah Purim Passover Lag B&#39;Omer Shabuoth And For Other Occasions. &#146; Every play of Elma Ehrlich Levinger dated 1923; her plays include: &#147;The unlighted Menorah: a Chanukah fantasy of the time of Felix Mendelssohn, in one act&#148;; &#147;The light of Israel: a Chanukah play in four acts&#148;; &#147;A sick Purim; a modern Purim play in one act&#148;; "Let there be light, &#146; a pageant in seven episodes&#148;; &#147;How Succoth came to Chayim; a modern play in one act&#148;; &#147;Ruth of Moab; a springtime play in one act&#148;; &#147;The golden staff; a Succoth operetta&#148; with music by Samuel Goldfarb. By Samuel Schulman and Sara Miller: &#147;The spirit of Judaism: a pageant&#148;. By Ruth Atlas Binstock: &#147;Harvest festival; a pageant in four scenes&#148;. By Miss Eva Herbst: Ruth; a harvest pageant&#148;. Plays by Fannie Barnett Linsky: &#147;America and the Jew; a pageant for Thanksgiving day&#148;; &#147;A Purim fantasy, a play in one act&#148;; &#147;The Sabbath angel. A play in two acts&#148;; &#147;Old pictures in new frames. A group tableaux for any holiday&#148;; &#147;The counting of the days; a Lag b&#39;Omer cycle&#148;; &#147;Happy New Year; a play in one act, a prologue and an epilogue. &#148; All plays published by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations Department of Synagogue and School Extension, which was initially established as the Department of Synagogue Extension in 1903, to provide for and advance Sabbath schools for the instruction of the young and to aid and encourage the development of new and young congregations. Elma Ehrlich Levinger (1887 &#150; 1958) &#147;Active in an array of Jewish women&#146;s and youth organizations, Elma Ehrlich Levinger was also the author of over thirty books for children and several for adults&#151;all of which emphasize the importance of maintaining Jewish identity in America. Levinger used both drama and the short story as a means of educating young people and women about Jewish history and traditions, hoping to encourage them to participate in Jewish social life. &#148; (Jewish Women&#146;s Archive Encyclopedia) . Subjects: Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, 1809-1847. Drama. Hanukkah - Drama. Sukkot - Drama. Ruth (Biblical figure) - Drama. Sukkot - Drama. Purim &#150;Drama. Jewish drama. Tableaux, Religious. Rosh ha-Shanah - Drama. All plays are listed on OCLC; however, none exceed 15 listings. No listings on OCLC for a boxed set such as ours (extra space in the box suggests that it may have been designed to hold other titles as well) . Light rubbing to cloth of slipcase, with rip to corner of lid; wraps of two plays lightly soiled, otherwise all plays near fine. Very Good+ Condition. (MX-36-22) .

      [Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books]
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        Original Sketch of "Woman and Fawn"

      c. 1921. In the 1920s, E.E. Cummings was a regular contributor of both writing and artwork to The Dial magazine, which was the preeminent Modernist journal of its time, publishing such writers as Joyce, Pound, Eliot, Cocteau, William Carlos Williams, Marianne Moore, Ford Madox Ford and such artists as Picasso, Cezanne, Matisse and Kandinsky. Cummings was only 25 years old when his first pieces were accepted for The Dial and, notably, it was the only place where his poems and his artwork were published side by side on a regular basis. The January, 1921 issue had four drawings and a poem ("Puella Mea") by Cummings: this is Cummings&#39; original sketch for one of those drawings, perhaps the most well-known of them, of a fawn on its hind legs, next to a nude woman, beneath a tree. This sketch was used as his pencil transfer, and as such is drawn on both sides of the paper. The final product, which was ink and graphite on paper, is now at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a bequest of Scofield Thayer, Cummings&#39; friend and mentor and the editor of The Dial. This sketch is on 8-3/8" x 10-7/8" paper, with a 5" x 9" pencil border. Stained and chipped, mostly in the right margin; very good. With a Gotham Book Mart exhibit number (#245) in the upper left hand corner, where a chip is pending. A copy of The Dial, Vol. LXX, No 1 [NY: Dial, 1921], with the published drawing is included and is near fine with a small spine nick and the usual wear to the yapped edges. An iconic image in its very first incarnation. .

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The Secret Agent. Drama in Four Acts

      Canterbury (England): Printed for the Author by H. J. Goulden, Ltd, 1921. Quarto. iii, 69pp. First edition. One of 52 or 53 copies. Written in 1920, this is Conrad&#146;s own adaptation for the stage of the novel published in 1907. This edition in wrappers was followed in 1923 by an edition of 1000 in boards. The production, performed in London in the fall of 1922, was not a success. Conrad wrote of the critics: &#147;I was amused by their touching anonymity in damning the play. It was like a chorus of parrots.&#148; A fine copy of a scarce and fragile Conrad publication in printed wrappers.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        Recuerdo De La Republica Argentina

      Buenos Aires Oblong 11"x 15" Leather Bound Album w/gilt deco and lettering on Cover, containing 112 photos of Argentina. Not Dated, circa 1921. Each pg has deco border around photo, Binding previously re-inforced (Well Done) Photos are Clean w/no names or foxing. "This Album has been published in order to give a graphic idea of the progress made by the Argentine Republic ..." Large volume extra shipping rates apply.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Photos. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

      [Bookseller: My Bookstore]
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        BACK TO METHUSELAH. A Metabiological Pentateuch. Inscribed

      London: Constable and Company, 1921 Shaw, George Bernard. BACK TO METHUSELAH. A Metabiological Pentateuch. Inscribed. London: Constable and Company, Ltd., 1921. "You see things; you say, &#39;Why?&#39; But I dream things that never were; and I say &#39;Why not?" First English Edition; preceded by the New York edition, which Shaw condemned for its numerous misprints. 8vo., 267 pp. Publisher&#39;s gilt- stamped light mossy green cloth. A significant presentation copy inscribed in black fountain pen on the half-title: "To Robert Loraine / from G. Bernard Shaw. / 16th June 1921". Loraine [1876-1935] was a man of action: actor-manager, soldier, aviator, Fabian & of course, a close friend to Shaw - perhaps best known as an actor he&#39;s see most commonly on holiday with the Shaw&#146;s & Harley Granville-Barker or at Fabian events. Loraine & Shaw shared political affiliations & a passion for theatre: it was Loraine who premiered as the lead in the Man & Superman on Broadway, the production was massively successful & launched Shaw as a force to be reckoned with in the States. A very good or better example in like dustwrapper that has had one tear on the upper spine archivally repaired along with several small chips at the corners. A very nice copy. Custom TBCL embossed cloth slipcase in fine condition. Laurence, Bernard Shaw: A Bibliography, A161. . Signed by Author. First Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Back to Methuselah

      London: Constable and Company, Ltd.,, 1921. A Metabiological Pentateuch. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine gilt. Contents a little shaken, but a very good copy. First edition, first impression. With the author&#39;s signed presentation inscription to the half title page, "to Sidney & Beatrice Webb from G.B.S. 16th June, 1921". An association of great significance. The Webbs were, together with Shaw, the leading lights of the Fabian Society. They had met in the 1870s and remained friends and political allies for more than half a century.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        BACK TO METHUSELAH A Metabiological Pentateuch

      London: Constable and Company Ltd. 1921. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good in yellow boards. Small blank white sticker to rear paste down. A bright clean copy scarce in such nice condition. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

      [Bookseller: Rare Book Cellar]
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        La Revue des Deux Mondes. Series 14: vols. 1-56 (1931-1940)

      Paris: Societies de la Revue des Deux Mondes, 1921. Series 14: volumes 1-56 (1931-1940), an uninterrupted run of complete volumes, partly bound, mostly ex library, overall good, price is for the lot:. Photos available upon request.

      [Bookseller: Zubal Books]
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      Macmillan and Co. London. 1921. SIGNED LIMITED EDITION. 4to. (8.9 x 7.1 inches). Issued as a de luxe, large paper limited edition, signed by the Author beneath the limitation notice, one year after the smaller first edition of the book. A fine, bright, unread copy internally with some gatherings still unopened. Publishers original burgundy cloth spine with gilt lettering. The cloth is a little faded but the gilt still very bright. Veluscent paper on boards with gilt stamp facsimile of the author signature to the front board. Some minor rubbing to the edges and toning of the boards but still generally a very good copy of this uncommon edition.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        THE WANDERINGS OF A SPIRITUALIST: Signed with Three Autograph Letters

      New York: George H. Doran Company, (1921). First American Edition. Hardcover. Some rubbing to the cloth of the Doyle book with a little fraying to one spine edge. The letter on White Star Line stationery is a little wrinkled and soiled and has a vertical crease. The other two letters are Fine. Original green cloth; illustrated with black-and-white photographic plates. INSCRIBED and SIGNED in full on the title page by the creator of Sherlock Holmes to Arthur Edward Stilwell, one of America's last empire builders of the gilded age: "Yours in the great cause of Spirit-/Arthur Conan Doyle,/May, 31/22." Laid down on the front free endpaper is a card from the Ambassador Hotel in New York on which Doyle has written a short letter of about 40 words arranging a meeting with Stilwell and SIGNED "Hurriedly,/A Conan Doyle." Laid in are 2 further AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED (ALSs) by Doyle to Stilwell, both SIGNED as "A Conan Doyle." In a letter on both sides of a note card of the White Star Line dated June 29 Doyle writes: "I have read your book 'THE LIGHT.' It is a very level & workmanlike production, with no high lights, but never sinking below a good quality. I agree with your publishers that it would be better not to allude to the Brownies.... I hope some path may open up for your Spiritual labours. I have written about you in my little book ... I have left nothing undone to smooth your way." The other letter is on one side of stationery from a telegraph office near Doyle's home. Doyle begins by telling Stilwell that "I am full of sympathy but it is simply impossible for me to fall into your Brownie scheme." Doyle then goes on to describe his itinerary for a tour of America. He also mentions fellow spiritualist Rev. Vale Owen and tells Stilwell that he has mentioned him to Lloyd George. Also included is a Third Edition of Stilwell's book UNIVERSAL PEACE--WAR IS MESMERISM,1911. Arthur Edward Stilwell was the founder of Port Arthur, Texas, and the Kansas City Southern Railway. Stilwell claimed to be guided by spirits--which he called "Brownies"--in many of his decisions. According to SYBIL LEEK'S BOOK OF THE CURIOUS AND THE OCCULT, "Several times he escaped death by following his intuition. He was spiritually informed that he should build a railroad line south from Kansas City to Galveston on the Gulf of Mexico. At a point twenty-nine miles from Galveston, Stilwell's 'guide' told him to stop work and that the railroad must not go to Galveston or it would mean his personal ruin and death to thousands. He had a vision of a prosperous city struck down by a tidal wave and destroyed. There were angry protests from his investors when he announced his change of plan, but Stilwell followed his voices. He directed the route toward a comparatively little known spot on the coast, now Port Arthur. Four days after the completion of the railroad terminating in Port Arthur, a mammoth tidal wave swept along the coast of Texas and practically destroyed Galveston, reducing it to a shambles of death and destruction. Port Arthur escaped and became the center for the relief work for the stricken city. Stillwell became known as Lucky Stilwell, as his visions were corroborated a dozen times by actual events. He wrote books about his experiences and in 1910 predicted World War I, the collapse of the Russian aristocracy, and the restoration of Palestine to the Jews." Stilwell's luck apparently ran out as a company he organized to build a railroad connecting Kansas City with the Pacific Ocean was forced into receivership in March 1912. Ironically, oil was discovered under its tracks and was to contribute to the fortune of its receiver William T. Kemper. Stilwell died of apoplexy on 26 September 1928. His distraught wife, Jennie, committed suicide by jumping out the window of their New York apartment thirteen days later. The Stilwells were said to have left an estate of only a thousand dollars.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        A Dish of Apples

      London & New York: Hodder & Stoughton,, 1921. Quarto (245 × 187 mm). Recent green morocco by Bayntun, spine elaborately gilt in compartments with apple tools, marbled endpapers, ruling and cornerpieces to boards, turn-ins, and all edges gilt. Tipped-in colour frontispiece and 2 plates, 6 full-page line drawings, smaller illustrations throughout. A fine copy. Signed limited edition, one of 500 numbered copies signed by both the author and illustrator on the limitation leaf.

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      - Three centuries of exploration, discovery, and adventure in and around the Cape York Peninsula, Queensland. With a study of the narratives of all explorers by sea and land in the light of modern charting, many original or hitherto unpublished documents. In two volumes. Pp. xvi+366+xiv+367-768, 29 plates (including frontispiece with tissue guard), 17 folding maps in pockets at end (9 in first volume and 8 in second), indices; roy. 8vo; gilt lettered dark green cloth, a trifle rubbed, corners bruised Volume I; free endpapers lightly offset, small tear to bottom edge of half-title page Volume II, scattered foxing; George Robertson & Co. & Simpkin Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Melbourne & London, 1921-2. Mixed set: Volume I first Australian edition (1922), Volume II first U.K. edition (1921). *Geologist and explorer Robert Logan Jack was born in Scotland in 1845. He was Queensland Government Geologist from 1877 to 1899, and conducted several mineralogical surveys, many through unexplored country. Northmost Australia contains detailed accounts of all the explorations of north Queensland, including his own. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      1921. 2. (ROBINSON,W.HEATH)illus. OLD-TIME STORIES by Charles Perrault trans. by A.E. Johnson. NY: Dodd Mead (1921). 4to (8 x 10"), blue cloth, pictorial paste-on, [200]p., FINE IN PUBLISHER&#39;S PAPER WRAPPER AND BOX with a color plate on the cover (box VG with some soil and joint mends). 1st U.S. edition (printed in U.K.). 11 fairy tales by Perrault (Beauty & Beast; Red Riding Hood; Sleeping Beauty; Cinderella; Puss in Boots etc.) illustrated by Robinson with 6 tipped-in color plates, 26 full page black and whites and 24 smaller beautiful line illustrations. This is a great copy of one of Robinson&#39;s more rare titles, especially in box.

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        Autograph letter signed to an unidentified male correspondent (possibly the noted teacher and pianist Isidore Philipp)

      1 page. Quarto. Dated November 24, 1921. & & An interesting letter in which Busoni discusses his forthcoming tour, mentions [?Gabriel] Pierné, the performance of various works, etc. "&#133; today I decided and I have accepted a tour in England. It will be over at the end of February and I will be able to return by way of Paris and team up with Pierné for a Mozart concerto (if he wishes!)" & & Busoni goes on to write of a concert of music for two pianos that he performed with his "great student [Egon] Petri: Mozart sonata, improvisation on Bach, duettino concertante, a contrapuntal fantasy for 2 pianos (the latest form of the work). I would like to repeat it in Paris. And again!" & & Somewhat worn, foxed, and creased; small tears to right edge; slightly split at central fold; ca. 50mm. split to blank lower right corner. . "Much to his detriment as composer and aesthetician, [Busoni] was lionized as a keyboard virtuoso. The focus of his interests as a performer lay in Bach, Mozart and Liszt, while he deplored Wagner. Rejecting atonality and advocating in its place a Janus-faced &#39;Junge Klassizität&#39;, he anticipated many later developments in the 20th century. His interests ranged from Amerindian folk music and Gregorian chant to new scales and microtones, from Cervantes and E.T.A. Hoffmann to Proust and Rilke. Only gradually, during the final decades of the 20th century, has his significance as a creative artist become fully apparent." Antony Beaumont in Grove online& & Petri (1881-1962), a noted German-born pianist, was intimately associated with Busoni. Active in the USA from the time of his American debut in 1932, he went on to teach at both Cornell University and Mills College. "From 1901, when he joined Busoni&#39;s masterclass at Weimar, the piano became his chosen instrument. Busoni took a deep interest in his development and later described him as being his &#145;most genuine pupil&#146;. Petri corrected the manuscripts of Busoni&#39;s operas and piano works, and also collaborated with him in editing Bach&#39;s keyboard works..."& & "... Although a large-scale player in the Busoni mould, Petri&#39;s playing differed in many respects to that of his teacher. He was considerably more dutiful in regard to both correct style and adherence to the printed text. In contrast to the tonal richness of Busoni&#39;s playing, Petri&#39;s piano sound frequently had a rough edge to it. His playing was noted for a massiveness of conception and for its dedicated interpretative insight. Particularly admired in Bach, Beethoven and Liszt, Petri was also a staunch advocate of his mentor&#39;s compositions, a number of which he recorded." James Methuen Campbell in Grove online& & Busoni&#39;s possible correspondent, Isidore Philippe (1863-1958), was a renowned teacher, at the Paris Conservatoire from 1903-1934, the American Conservatory at Fontainebleau from 1921-1933, privately in Paris until 1940, and in New York from 1941-1956.

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        HOWARD PYLE&#39;S BOOK OF PIRATES Pyle, Howards

      New York: Harper & Brothers. 1921. First Edition; Early Printing. Hardcover. Good in Boards. No dust jacket. Needs repair. K E on the copyright page. ; Folio - over 12" - 15" ta .

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        The Works

      London: William Heinemann,, 1921. 20 volumes, octavo (220 × 142 mm). Contemporary brown morocco, titles and elaborate decoration to spines in compartments separated by raised bands, multiple filets to board edges with further multiple filets to the centre with arabesque cornerpieces, inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Spines a little faded, an excellent set. Limited edition of 780 numbered sets signed by the author. A particularly handsome set of Conrad&#39;s works.

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        Le sacre du printemps. Tableaux de la Russie paienne en deux parties

      - Edition Russe de musique, 1921. D Igor Strawinsky et Nicolas Roerich. Partition d orchestre. Dedicatoria autografa de Strawinsky a Jose Ferran i Mayoral. Encuadernado en media piel, conservando cubiertas originales, moteadas. 139 páginas en perfecto esta

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        Iconographie des Orchidees d&#39;Europe et du Bassin Mediterraneen [Atlas Volume Only]

      Paris: Paul Lechevalier, 1921. Hardback, no dust-wrapper. Text in French. Atlas volume only, 2 text volumes not present. 37.0 x 27.0 cms. Unpaginated. Titlepage, 110 hand coloured plates and 12 uncoloured plates, printed on one side only. Bound in contemporary two-tone cloth, gilt titles to spine. Spine and edges of boards sunned. Boards a little marked. Plate 39 slightly foxed. New name pasted to bottom margin of plate 45 and 46 (presumably publisher&#39;s correction).. 1st Ed. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket.

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        The Emperor Jones, Diff&#39;rent, the Straw [Signed]

      New York: Boni and Liveright, 1921. First edition. A Very Good copy of the first edition, first printing in the Publisher&#39;s original paper-covered boards (light handling soil, spine head pushed, light edge wear, small cracks to paper at top leading corner of the front board and bottom leading corner of the rear board, lacking the scarce dust jacket), SIGNED BY EUGENE O&#39;NEILL on the half-title; a book containing 3 of Eugene O&#39;Neill&#39;s plays, including his breakthrough Play, "The Emperor Jones", which received great critical acclaim, was his first major box office success, and launched his career. First staged on November 1, 1920, the play features Brutus Jones, an African-American who, after being imprisoned for murder, escapes from prison and goes to a Caribbean island where he declares himself to be Emperor. After its opening at the Playwright&#39;s Theatre in New York, the work met with such success that it was relocated to a larger locale and then, after finishing its run on Broadway, went on a nationwide tour. The Play&#39;s London production, staged in 1924 and starring Paul Robeson as Brutus Jones, earned Robeson excellent reviews and helped ignite his career, leading in no small measure to his casting in the London production of "Show Boat". O&#39;Neill&#39;s works tend to feature tragedy and pessimism, reflecting his own life. (His Father, Mother, and brother all died within a 3-year period. His two sons, Eugene, Jr. -- an alcoholic, and Shane -- a heroin addict, each committed suicide, and O&#39;Neill disowned his only daughter, Oona when, at age 18, she married Charlie Chaplin, then 54.) Thrice married, O&#39;Neill divorced twice and his third wife became addicted to potassium bromide, which addiction destroyed any marital bliss they had. O&#39;Neill himself suffered from alcoholism and depression. Dying in a Sheraton Hotel in Boston, O&#39;Neill&#39;s last words were said to be: "I knew it. I knew it. Born in a hotel room, and God damn it, died in a hotel room." O&#39;Neill was remarkably successful for a man of his nature and life experience, winning 3 Pulitzer Prizes: 1920 for "Beyond the Horizon", 1921 for "Anna Christie", and 1928 for "Strange Interlude", and the 1936 Nobel Prize in Literature for "the power, honesty and deep-felt emotions of his dramatic works, which embody an original concept of tragedy". As no nominees for the 1936 Prize were deemed worthy of it, the Nobel Committee, as it was then, but is no longer, permitted by its Statutes, elected to reserve the Prize and to select a winner in 1937. O&#39;Neill then was awarded the 1936 Prize, which was presented to him in 1937. A 775-copy signed limited edition of "The Emperor Jones" (without the other two plays) was published in 1928 and is readily obtainable, while signed copies of the Play&#39;s true first edition, offered here, are remarkably scarce. A Very Good copy of Eugene O&#39;Neill&#39;s breakthrough Play, SIGNED BY EUGENE O&#39;NEILL. QUITE SCARCE.

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        Der gefesselte Columbus

      Berlin, Gurlitt 1921. 50 x 40 cm. 29 Blatt mit 12 ganzseitigen Original-Lithographien von Oskar Kokoschka, davon die erste vom Künstler handschriftlich monogrammiert, Text in lithographierter Handschrift von E. R. Weiß. Original-Verlagseinband, Halbledereinband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und lithographiertem Deckeltitel von E. R. Weiß - Raabe, Autoren 166.8 - Wingler / Welz 43-54 - Stark, Weiß S. 186 - Die neuen Bilderbücher, Dritte Reihe. - Nr. 22 von 70 Exemplaren (Gesamtauflage: 120 Exemplare) auf weißem Zanders-Bütten mit 1 handsignierten Lithographie. Der Text der Dichtung (vorher erschienen im Gurlitt-Almanach auf das Jahr 1920) wurde von E. R. Weiß auf den Stein geschrieben und im Druckvermerk numeriert und signiert. Blatt 10 am weisßen Rand mit einer 3-zeiligen Bleistiftnotiz des Vorbesitzers. Schönes, breitrandiges Exemplar, Deckel stellenweise fleckig und an den Kanten Schabspuren, Rücken an den Kapitalen restauriert -

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        [The novels and stories of Henry James.]

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, , 1921&#150;3. 35 volumes, octavo. Recent burgundy half morocco, titles and decoration to spines, raised bands, burgundy cloth boards, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. A fine set. Large format edition of the final and most complete collected works, with additions and corrections to the New York edition of 1907. A smaller format "pocket edition" was printed from the same plates on appreciably thinner paper and is probably a separate impression.

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        Monday or Tuesday

      London: The Hogarth Press, 1921 First edition, one of 1,000 copies. White paper boards with woodcut by Vanessa Bell and brown cloth spine. With 4 woodcuts by Bell. This copy being that of Roger Senhouse, bearing his ownership signature, bookplate, and a small piece of paper with notes in his hand regarding the printing of Monday or Tuesday. About near fine, with light rubbing to boards, offsetting to endpapers and a few spots of foxing. Roger Senhouse was a publisher at Secker and Warburg and member of the Bloomsbury Group. Senhouse noted in pencil on front free endpaper: 1000 copies / "The Prompt Press". Indeed, the Woolfs had this work printed by F. T. McDermott of the Prompt Press in Richmond. Kirkpatrick notes that McDermott gave Leonard printing advice during the infancy of the Hogarth Press. However, notes in Senhouse&#146;s hand on a small piece of paper laid in to this copy tell Leonard&#146;s story from a different angle. An attractive copy with a fantastic Bloomsbury Group association, and humorous insight into the early days of the Hogarth Press. Kirkpatrick A5a. Woolmer 17.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine.

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        A Treatise on Probability

      London: MacMillan, 1921.. First edition. Octavo, original brown cloth with titles to the spine in gilt. In near fine condition with the spine gilt very bright. A very sharp copy.

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      New York: The Grolier Club, 1921.. xvi,516pp. plus inserted plates. Large, thick quarto. Publisher&#39;s quarter pebbled morocco and cloth, t.e.g., others untrimmed. Some rubbing to spine, joints and extremities, bookplate, a few thin scratches and flecks to boards, otherwise a very good copy. First edition. One of 250 copies, printed at the Chiswick Press. For its times, a monument both to bibliography and to book production. Heavily illustrated, including four plates in color, and with significant primary material published here for the first time.

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        A Treatise on Probability

      London: MacMillan, 1921.. First edition. Octavo, original brown cloth with titles to the spine in gilt. In very good condition with some general wear to the extremities.

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        THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES (Sherlock Holmes)

      New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1921. Doyle, A(rthur) Conan. THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES. NY: Grosset & Dunlap, (no date but c. 1922). First Photoplay Edition for the 1921 British silent film adaptation directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Lewis Gilbert and Eille Norwood (the latter played Sherlock Holmes in 47 silent films). Frontispiece and four non-movie illustrations by Sidney Paget. The ORIGINAL DUST JACKET has a compelling artistic cover which enacts a scene from the film and beneath which a blurb reads: "THIS IS A SCENE FROM THE F.B.O PHOTOPLAY OF THE STORY." (We can&#39;t locate F. B. O. films in our research nor can we find any evidence that the film itself survived.) In Very Good condition without any prior ownership marks (cloth a little worn at the extremities, some minor wrinkling, some little white specks) in an unrestored and unclipped original dust jacket which has noticeable chipping at the spine tip, some very light water-staining, a quarter-dollar sized chip on the back panel, some overall wear to the panels and folds. Yet, all faults noted, the DJ is complete in the sense that no words or pertinent images have been lost to the chips and creases and the book still claims eye appeal. The rarest Sherlock Holmes related photoplay known to us. . First Edition Thus. Very Good/Good.

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      Paris:: Albin Michel, Les Grands livres du XXe Si&#143;cle,, 1921.. First iIllustrated edition.. Card Covers. Large 4to. (33 x 25.5cm). pp.198, (i). 24 monochrome (varied colours) plates by Edouard Chimot, with tissue guards, some with letterpress captions, others with text in the plate. Printed paper or card covers with flaps. Original glassine d/w. Some browning from flaps off-set to free endpapers. Dealer&#39;s remarks in pencil to front free endpaper. String binding, a little loose as normal in a paperback book of this size (to make it easy to open fully), no loose or detached pages. O/w contents clean and bright. String binding sound. Half title. Title. A Fine copy in a slightly edge-worn glassine d/w. Text in French. Definitive edition. An edition limited to 432 copies, this being Number 303 of an edition limited to 355 copies (78-432) &#39;sur papier V&#142;lin d&#39;Arches &#136; la forme. Albin Michel. Les Grandes Livres du XXe Si&#143;cle. Paperback with string binding.

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        Greenland by the Polar Sea. The Story of the Thule Expedition from Melville Bay to Cape Morris Jesup

      London: William Heinemann 1921, 1st English Translation. () xxii,327pp. Near fine in near fine dust jacket. Quarto in original silver lettered, decorated green cloth. Front board illustration and lettering has a bit of oxidation to the image and lettering. 8 colour plates (including frontispiece) from illustrations by K. Kyhn, Harold Moltke, Achton Friis, A Bertelsen, and Christine Deichmann; tinted plates from photos, facsimiles, etc., and folding colour map (at end). Name on front pastedown, endpapers browned with some browning to frontispiece from tissue guard, else a clean copy. Original printed dust wrapper which has had a bit of minor restoration at the top and bottom of spine otherwise in excellent condition. A.B. 14204. Narrative of Rasmussen&#39;s second Thule expedition, a sledge journey from Thule along the northwest coast of Greenland to Cape Morris Jesup, returning partly over the inland ice. Rare in the original dust wrapper..

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        Über eine naheliegende Ergänzung des Fundamentes der allgemeinen Relativitätstheorie. [RELATIVITY THEORY]

      Berlin: Akad. Wiss. Berl., 1921, Berichte 51-53, 1921 ALBERT EINSTEIN. Über eine naheliegende Ergänzung des Fundamentes der allgemeinen Relativitätstheorie, Berlin 1921, 8vo., 26.5 x 18.5 cms, Akad. Wiss. Berl., 1921, Berichte 51-53, (pp.261-264). Original printed wrappers. NEAR MINT CONDITION. A fine fresh example (small pencil mark to upper wrapper) of THIS RARE PAPER!! - ."Although Einstein could not accept Weyl&#39;s theory as a physical theory, he cherished "its courageous mathematical construction" and thought intensively about its conceptual foundation. This becomes clear from his paper "On a complement at hand of the bases of general relativity" of 1921. In it, he raised the question whether it would be possible to generate a geometry just from the conformal invariance of Equation without use of the conception "distance", i.e., without using rulers and clocks. He then embarked on conformal invariants and tensors of gauge-weight 0, and gave the one formed from the square of Weyl&#39;s conformal curvature tensor" Hubert, F.M. Goenner, On the History of Unified Field Theories. Reference: Weil N. 116; Schlipp-Shields No.145.. First Edition.

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        Works of Robert Louis Stevenson. Including all the famous titles and novels; Treasure Island, Jekyll & Hyde, Kidnapped, Catriona, The Black Arrow, David Balfour, The Master of Ballantrae, New Arabian Nights, A Child&#39;s Garden of Verses, etc

      New York: Charles Scribner&#39;s Sons, 1921-1923., 39. The Vailima Edition, Limited to 1030 copies of which this No 123, and initialed by hand in ink by Lloyd Osbourne who wrote the Introduction. Complete in 26 volumes. Large 8vo. Publisher&#39;s blue cloth with titled paper label to spines, edges untrimmed. With frontispieces. A tight set, with edges very slightly dusty. Apparently unread, with pages uncut. Internally clean and bright. A near immaculate set of the best edition of Stevenson&#39;s works in its original binding. Prideaux.

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        A Grammar of Color FIRST ed

      THE STRATHMORE PAPER COMPANY, MITTINEAGUE, MASS: STRATHMORE PAPER 1921 - The first presentation of Munsell system to the printing. With text illustrating the application of the system by T.M. Cleland, who also designed the book and provided the decorations. Rudolph Ruzicka provided the decorative designs on the color sheets.Cloth-backed board; provided the decorative designs on the color sheets; The book was arranged and prepeared with the authority of the late A.H.Munsell, who spent his life in the perfecting of the Munsell system of Color, and it is the first presentation of this system to the printing, advertising and paper trade. The book designed in its general form and the color sheets have been designed and patended by Arthur S.Allen, who also selected and arranged all of the color sheets. The decoration through the text , and the type composition were designed and executed by T.M. Cleland. There is a part on this book: The Color Sheets-showing a selection of strathmore cover papers printed with measured color areas arranged according to the Munsell System, 1/2 red spine cloth over grey boards, The book designed in its general form and the color sheets have been designed and patended by Arthur S.Allen, who also selected and arranged all of the color sheets. The decoration through the text , and the type composition were designed and executed by T.M. Cleland.; General wear, corners rubbed; slightly bumped corners, previous owners bookplate on inner front board, slightly age-toned pages; few soils pots on covers, pgs 1-28 are text; and 19 pages of fold-over pages of color images/presentations with measurments. Also, includes a small pamphlet "The Right Color for the Paper, No. 5," by the American Writing Paper Co. DATE PUBLISHED: 1921 EDITION: FIRST 27PGS+19PLATES [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Bostonian [and] National Magazine, Volumes 1-49 (1894-1921)

      Bostonian Publishing Company; W.W. Potter Co.; Chapple Publishing Co., Boston, Mass. 1921 - Magazine. A consecutive run of the first 49 volumes from 1894-1920. Octavos (the last three volumes are folios). A long run of monthly issues bound in half calf or full cloth, most with the original illustrated wrappers and advertisements bound in, and including four single issues in wraps. Founded in 1894 as *The Bostonian*, the magazine was re-named *The National Magazine* in 1896 to reflect its expanded coverage of American topics and letters. It became the leading national journal of American life and Washington affairs before the rise of TIME and LIFE magazines in the 1920s and 1930s. The earliest issues from 1894-1896 featured articles on the Boston theater, music, women's clubs, and general arts and letters. These topics were covered on a national scale when the magazine expanded its coverage in the late 1890s, along with increasing coverage of international affairs. An ex-library set with bookplates and ink stamps, volumes 1-16 only also have perforated stamps, else overall a good set with a few scattered internal tape repairs. A nice comprehensive assemblage of notable Americana and popular culture. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An introduction to the study of town planning in Australia.

      1921 1921 - Sydney 1921. Folio. (XVI,256pp.). With num. maps, plans, views, etc. of which many are fold. Scarce. Special presentation copy awarded to Norman Waterhouse, being the Geoffrey Sulman Memorial Prize for 1922.

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