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        The Second Book of the Authors Club Liber Scriptorum [with] A Collection of Manuscripts and Galley Proofs of The Second Book of the Authors Club Liber Scriptorum

      New York: The Author's Club. 1921. First. The complete collection of manuscripts and galley proofs of The Second Book of the Authors Club Liber Scriptorum along with a near fine copy of the book, #2 of 251 copies. All but one of the 129 manuscripts are present with various corrections and additions including author Signatures on nearly half, including four Signatures not in the book, plus a manuscript originally included but removed before publication. One or more versions of the printer's galleys for 116 of the 129 contributions with corrections and printer's notes. Also included is a contemporary oversized quarter leather clamshell box with gilt spine label that housed the manuscripts and galleys. First edition. Folio. Morocco grained cloth gilt, beveled edges, marbled endpapers, and untrimmed pages. Near fine with light wear to the extremities, joints lightly rubbed and two tiny bookseller stickers on the rear endpapers ("Philotheos K. Ferney Fine and Rare Books"). The Authors Club of New York was organized in 1882 as a club for noted persons and authors, such as Andrew Carnegie, Samuel Clemens, Frank Stockton, and John Hay. The First Book of the Authors Club Liber Scriptorum was published in 1891 to raise money for a permanent home for the social club. This second volume was conceived to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first volume but publication was delayed due to World War I. When finally published in 1921, it contained 129 stories, poems, and essays in a limited edition of 251 copies and was Signed by each author at his contribution. Contributors include: Irving Bacheller, George Washington Cable, George Wharton Edwards, John Erskine, Franklin Henry Giddings, George Bird Grinnell, Rossiter Johnson, John Uri Lloyd, Brander Matthews, George Barr McCutcheon, Albert Payson Terhune, Carl Van Doren, and Henry van Dyke. As noted in the table of content and errata slip, not all of the authors were able to sign this volume: eight died before the presses had finished so facsimiles were used for Joseph Alexander Altsheler, Julius Chambers, William Henry McElroy, Charles Augustus Stoddard, Stephen Henry Thayer, Calvin Thomas, James Terry White, and William Young; two had gone blind, James Thompson Bixby and Richard Rodgers Bowker, and could no longer sign their name consistently; one contributor was off traveling, Frank Crane; and one was ill, William Ordway Partridge. This copy of The Second Book of the Authors Club Liber Scriptorum is exceptional because it is accompanied by all but one of the manuscripts from the contributing authors, along with the majority of the galley proofs. The Henry van Dyke manuscript is missing but included is Francis Whiting Halsey's manuscript, "Mulberry and a Book," which is included in the manuscript of the table of contents but was not included in the published book, likely due to the author's death in late 1919. The typed and autographed manuscripts range from small octavo to folio and are in various conditions, averaging very good or better. Many of them have some light to moderate tanning, tears or chipping, most likely due to years of storage in a contemporary clamshell box, also included. Nearly all the manuscripts (including the title page, table of contents and preface) contain minor to major corrections and additions, as well as notes to the printer and are held together with paperclips or pins with some minor oxidation. Many of the manuscripts are also Signed by their contributors, most notably Bixby, Bowker, White, and Young, who did not ultimately sign the published book. In addition to these manuscripts, the galley proofs of all but 13 of the contributions are included as well. They vary greatly in size, with many cut down from long galleys, probably for easier editing and storage. Nearly all are stamped, "The Plimpton Press, Duplicate Proofs," with some scattered chips and tears, along with editing marks and notes for the printer, about near fine. A one of a kind collection. Details available upon request. .

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        L'Habitation Forcee [A Forced Habitation]

      Paris: Rene Kieffer, 1921.. Limited First Edition [26/50]. Full blocked leather covers in art deco style. VG : in very good condition. Occasional spotting to pages within, not impinging on coloured plates. Minor cracking to front inner hinge. Marbled eps. 94pp. + 28 additional pl :: 28 hand-coloured pochoir illustrations by Jessie M. King; additional set of 28 plates bound-in following on - these uncoloured and without accompanying text. Full blocked leather covers by Parisian designer Rene Kieffer :: 250mm x 200mm (10" x 8") :: Limited presentation edition with binding by Parisian bookbinder Rene Kieffer (1875-1964); beautiful hand-coloured illustrations by the renowned Scottish illustrator Jessie M. King (1875-1949). This edition with additional set of uncoloured plates by Jessie M King duplicating the original colour illustrations

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        One Thousand Sport Stories

      The Spink Sport Stories Co. (Chicago): (The Spink Sport Stories Co.). (1921). First. First edition. Three volumes. Red cloth gilt. Binding error has left one page corner a bit oversized, light soiling to the boards, an otherwise fine, tight set. Stories about a number of sports by Spink, one of the leading sportswriters of his day and after whom the sportswriters' wing of the Baseball Hall of Fame is named. Complete sets are scarce, especially in this condition. .

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        Main Street: The Story of Carol Kennicott

      Harcourt Brace and Company New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. 1921. Twenty-first printing, published six months after the first printing. Rear hinge slightly tender, still a nice and bright, near fine copy in a nice, very good plus dustwrapper with a split at the bottom of the front spine fold. Lewis' first major success, a realistic portrayal of Midwestern life, and the first of several important novels for which he became the first American to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. A relatively early jacketed copy, and scarce thus. The first printing in original jacket is a rarity. Johnson High Spot of American Literature. .

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        Mitsou. Quarante images par Baltusz. Préface de Rainer Maria Rilke.

      Gr.8°, 13 S., 1 Bl. u. 40 Taf., Brosch. m. OU., OU am Rücken gebräunt u. an den Deckel tlw. stockfl., kl. Verlagsstempel a. Titelbl.; allg. schönes Ex. EA. Selten. Text frz. (WG2 Rilke 37). Rilke ermutigte den Sohn seiner Geliebten, der Malerin Elizabeth Dorothea, genannt Baladine, geb. Spiro (1886-1969), den zwölfjährigen Balthus (Balthazar Klossowski de Rola;1908 - 2001) zu diesen Zeichnungen. Es ist die Geschichte der Katze Mitsou, die Balthus zugelaufen und dann wieder verschwunden war.

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        Der Anbruch 2. Jh. (Hefte 1- 12 in 8 Heften (compl.), inkl Jahresverzeichnis); 4. Jg. , Hefte 1 -6 in 6 Heften. Alles in Orig.-Verlagsmappe.

      2°, je 2-6 Bl., teilw. unbeschnitten; , Broschur, Die expressionistische Zeitschrift erschien 1917/18 zuerst in Wien unter dem Titel «Der Anbruch. Flugblätter aus der Zeit». Als Herausgeber zeichneten Otto Schneider und Ludwig Ullmann. [Red.: Heinrich Novak]. Ab dem 2. Jg. (1919/20) erschien die Zeitschrift in Berlin im Verlag «Graphisches Kabinett J. B. Neumann» Hrsg. Otto Schneider u. J. B. Neumann. Der 4 Jg. (1921/22) erschien im Verlag Erich Reiss, Berlin. - Bd. 3 nicht erschienen. - Mit dem heft 9 des 4 Jg. wurde die Zeitschrift eingestellt. Hervorragende Reproduktionen von expressionistischen Holzschnitten. 2. Jg.: Bilder von Erich Heckel, Oskar Kokoschka, Lyonel Feininger, Schmidt-Rottluff, Ludwig Meidner, Christian Rohlfs, Max Pechstein, Otto Müller, Emil Nolde, Max Beckmann, Gerd Wollheim, Emil Maetzel, Rudolf Möller, 4. Jg.: Van Gogh, Camendonk, Erich Heckel, Felxmüller, Munch, Max Beckmann

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        Don Juan. Heiteres Drama in zwei Akten von Lorenzo da Ponte. Mit zwanzig Zeichnungen von Max Slevogt. In Holz geschnitten von Reinhold Hoberg. Textbuch aus der Druckerei der Taubstummen, Wien 1788.

      4°, 130 S., 20 Orig.-Holzschnitte (davon 16 als Vollbilder)., OHLdr. auf 5 Bünden m. gold. Rückenpräg., marmoriertes Bezugspapier, roter Kopfschnitt., Kapitale, Bünde und Ecken tlw. berieben, Exlibris a. Innendeckel, sonst tadellos. Ex. Nr. 41 der 250 Ex. der in Halbleder gebundenen Ausgabe B «auf gelblich getöntem deutschen Bütten», mit dem von Max Slevogt signierten ersten Vollbild. Teil der vierten Reihe der «Neuen Bilderbücher». Unter der Leitung von E. R. Weiss in der Holländischen Renaissance gedruckt in der Offizin W. Drugulin in Leipzig. Text ital. ( WV Söhn 381 -404).

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        Myter og Sagn fra Grønland.

      3 bind. Kbhvn. 1921-25. Illustr. Indbundet i smukt privat halvlæder med guldtryk og titel- og tomefelter i anden farve skind på rygge. [Bindene udført af Angelo Brünnich]. Ryggene svagt falmede.. Bindene, der ikke er signerede, er udført af bogbinder Angelo Brünnich (1913-2001). Han får, efter at have stået i lære hos sin farfar Johan Brunnïch, sølv for sin svendeprøve 1937. Stil- og kvalitetsmæssigt er han på højde med sine samtidige som Henrik Park og Juul-Lassen

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        Myter og Sagn fra Grønland. Bind 1-3. 1: Østgrønlændere. 2: Vestgrønland. 3: Kap York-Distriktet og Nordgrønland.

      1. udgave. Illustreret. København 1921-25. Indbundet i pæne, private halvlæderbind (Harry Larsen). 375 + 354 + 340 sider + 90 tavler og 2 kort. Ryggene lidt falmede. Bind 2 med svag ridse på ryggen over "Knud". Flere exlibris

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        1921 - 1962 Collection of Correspondence of El Paso Texas Educator & Author Dr. Lucinda De Leftwich Templin, Including Material Concerning Her War Museum and the Establishment of Radford School for Girls

      El Paso Texas: Not Published, 1921. The collection includes over 150 dated and signed letters written to (and a few items from) Dr. Lucinda DeLeftwich Templin (1888-1969) author, historian & collector, " of El Paso's best-loved and most distinguished educators - in 1916 she took her undergraduate and Master's at U. of Missouri and became Dean of Lindenwood College in St. Charles, MO., did doctoral work at Harvard and Columbia and took over as principal at the Radford School in 1927 (at the time, called El Paso School for Girls); Dr. Templin interested Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Radford of Webster Grove, Mo., in the school and the Radfords paid off the mortgage, provided an endowment fund that insured the institution's stability and the name of the school was changed in honor of these benefactors. During Dr. Templin's administration, Radford School grew to a nationally accredited school for girls in the Southwest and when she retired in 1967, the 22-acre campus had more than $1,000,000 in physical improvements and was debt-free. Dr. Templin had also completed plans for construction of a $400,000 library and museum on property owned by the school; she was a member of the nation's leading educational organizations and honorary societies, named consistently to Who's Who in America and Who's Who in American Education; author of numerous publications, most of which were concerned with the field of education. (The above material from her obituary); This wide-ranging, diverse collection has three intertwining themes - letters concerning Dr. Templin's ongoing interest in education and educational materials for her school, letters which relate to the business and academic part of Radford and letters of reference for applicants and correspondence which relates to the creation of her War Museum, where she collected military autographs, uniforms, photographs, paraphernalia, weapons from around the world. A sampling of what is found here, chronological order: 1921 Dr. James G. Kiernan, writing about some autographs he was sending to Templin - he was famous for the earliest-known use of the word heterosexual in the United States; 1921 Ellen Shaw Barlow writing in relation to the national Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor, requesting Templin's presence for a meeting of the Committee on the Care and Training of Delinquent Women and Girls; 1926 Roy Franklin Nichols (1896-1973) American historian and a Pulitzer Prize winner, writing regarding one of Templins' publications; 1928 Breckinridge Long (1881 - 1958) diplomat and politician served in the administrations of Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, on Democratic National Committee letterhead - regarding a portrait of Rev. John Breckinridge (his great-grandfather) Templin was sending in appreciation of his "…defense of Religious Freedom…"; Federico de Onis Sánchez (1885 - 1966 ) Spanish writer and literary critic, taught Spanish literature at Columbia University in New York concerning a recommendation of one of his students for a position at Radford ; educator John L. Bergstresser; Jessie H. Humphries Associate Dean Texas Womens University; Butler Ames (1871-1954) American politician, engineer, soldier and businessman; Richard Fenner Burges (1873-1945) Texas legislator and conservationist; Alice Mildred Burgess; William Blair Roberts (1881-1964) Episcopal Suffragan Bishop South Dakota; Katharine Denworth, president of Bradford Academy, regarding an article on sororities in colleges; N. Floyd Templin of the Ohio House of Representatives writing on Templin family genealogical matters; John G. Barry, consulting mining geologist and engineer of El Paso, regarding an educational alliance between the Radford School and the Texas College of Mines; Arthur L Burroughs, publisher, writing about the subject of grammar in education; Harriet M. Chase of the National Education Assoc.; Jack Braveheart, regarding a talk on the American Indian; Ivan Lee Holt, Methodist bishop of St. Louis; Cornelia McKinne Stanwood of the Sarah Dix Hamlin School San Francisco; Joseph Dorfman, economic historian at Columbia Univ., asking Templin about her studies with Thorstein Veblen; an interesting 2-page letter from Dr. J. Travis Bennett of El Paso, regarding the setting-out of a chart for the physical examination and reportage on condition of applicants to Radford, with suggestions; Bertha Baur (1858-1940) directed the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; A.F. Kuhlman, Assoc. Dir., University of Chicago, regarding research work on childrens' reading habits, information; Dr. William S. Gray (1885-1960) American educator and literacy advocate, also of U. of Chicago on the same subject; Sallie Caldwell, Teachers College Columbia University, regarding early learning & English curriculum materials; Mrs. Florence F. Osgood of the Neshobe camp for girls in Vermont requesting an alliance with Radford School; U.S. Army major (later colonel) Livingston Watrous; Colonel D.C. Pearson, New Mexico Military Institute; Ruth Elliott of Wellesley College; Chris P. Fox sheriff El Paso, regarding falling down on the job for police protection near the school; Brent N. Rickard American Smelting & Refining Works; Louise Traxell Greeley, Dean of Women at U. of Wisconsin Madison; Lieutenant Colonel Joseph P. Aleshire Fort Bliss Texas; Mrs. L.J. Calvocoressi, Chairman of the Women's Auxiliary of the Greek War Relief Assoc.; Lt. Col. (later major-general) Ray. T. Maddocks; , Robert E. McKee, Sr. (1889-1964), major U.S. contractor, engineer, builder; Columbia Broadcasting System program press information director George Crandall; Colonel (later Brig. General) Charles G. Sage; Elmer Davis (1890 1958) news reporter, author, the Director of the United States Office of War Information during World War II and a Peabody Award recipient; William McChesney Martin, Jr. (1906-1998) ninth and longest-serving Chairman of the United States Federal Reserve, serving from April 2, 1951 to January 31, 1970 under five Presidents; Bernard Hoffman (1913 - 1979) American LIFE magazine photographer and documentary photographer, first American photographer on the ground at Hiroshima and Nagasaki after the atomic bomb was dropped in 1945; Alfred E. Stearns, Chairman Overseas Schools Committee; Colonel Hugh J. Deeney, Chief of the Adjutant General Division; Col Harold R. Turner, first commander of White Sands Missile Proving Ground; Guy Sylvestre (Jean-Guy Sylvestre), OC, FRSC (1918 -2010) Canadian literary critic, librarian and civil servant; Rear Admiral Barry Kennedy Atkins (1911 -2005) officer of the United States Navy best known for his achievements as a destroyer captain in World War II; R. Burdell Bixby, prominent Republican of NY State; Robert W. Hamilton, justice of the Texas Supreme Court, regarding a Radford school girl reference; Colombian world federalist Santiago Gutiérrez; M.S. Sundaram Head of Education, Indian embassy; Raymond L. Telles, Jr. (b. 1915) was the first Mexican-American Mayor of a major American city, El Paso, Texas (3 letters); Ángela Acuña de Chacón, Chilean who served as commissioner 1960-1972 on the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights; William G. Stark, Consul General of Canada; Rene Mascarenas Miranda, Municipal President (mayor) of Juarez; Gordon Llewellyn Allott (1907-1989) Republican politician; Mrs. William Barclay Parsons, president of the National Council of Women of the United States; John Koehler Gerhart (1907 - 1981) United States Air Force four star general; J. T. Rutherford (1921 - 2006) United States Representative from Texas; R. G. Follis, Chairman of Board. Standard Oil Company of California; Robert John Morris (1914-1996) President of the University of Dallas, American anti-Communist activist (2 notes); Karl Robin Bendetsen (1907 -1989 remembered primarily for his role as architect of the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II; Elmer Ellis (1901 - 1989) American educator and fourteenth president of the University of Missouri; historian C.L. Sonnichsen; Marshall S. Carter, Deputy Director of Central Intelligence (CIA); Millicent C. McIntosh 1898-2001, fourth dean of Barnard College (1947-1952) and the College's first president - this is the last letter, dated 1962 and in it, Dr. Templin is asking for McIntosh to help with providing a successor to the headship at Radford - Templin was soon to retire and died relatively soon afterwards. Some of the letters and notes are very short, with limited content; others more voluminous.Additional materials include: letters to another Templin family member from Scott Wike Lucas (1892 - 1968) two-term Democratic United States Senator (1939-1951) from Illinois and Joel Bennett Clark (1890 -1954), better known as Bennett Champ Clark, Democratic United States Senator from Missouri from 1933 until 1945, later a United States federal judge; and a few other letters; an undated letter to Templin from pianist Ola Gulledge; a two -page undated letter on The American School Foundation Mexico letterhead; a few letters from Frank S. Ross, Major Gen. U.S. Army regarding the Templin War Museum project; a clipped signature of Alvan Tufts Fuller (1878 -1958) and one of John Kieran; and a unidentified sepia-tone matte-finish photograph circa 1920s that may be Dr. Templin or perhaps a friend; a few of the items with the original mailing envelopes; many letters with old adhesive residue from being mounted at some time, some with old tape marks in the corners, some of the items trimmed as if to accommodate in a smaller frame or album (not here); old fold lines, ageing; some with corner-attrition due to being removed; in overall good to very good condition and an interesting group of material encompassing the rich educational, business and personal life of this well-known Texas woman educator, whose contacts spanned the United States and the world.. Unique. Not Bound. Very Good.

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        Min dikt.

      Stockholm, Svenska bok- och tidningstryckeriet, 1921. 151 s. Hklbd med titeletikett i skinn. Omslaget medbundet. Dedikation: "Till J. Sundberg kamratligt från författaren 3. 3. 26.". Författarens sällsynta debut, utgiven av Bokförlaget Lyrik i Stockholm. Dedikationens mottagare är sannolikt Julius Sundberg (1888-1931) som 1921-25 var ansvarig redaktör för "Arbetarbladet" i Helsingfors där Diktionius medarbetade

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        Der Schmied seines Glücks.

      Leipzig und Wien, Avalun 1921. Gr.-8°. 44 Ss., 1 Bl. Mit 10 sign. Orig.-Holzschnitttafeln (einschl. Doppeltitel) in 2 Farben von Hans Alexander Müller. Handgebd., roter Ecrasélederband auf 5 Bünden mit vergold. Deckelvign., einfachen vergold. Deckelfileten, etwas Rückenvergoldung und farb. Rückenschildchen, sign. H. Sperling · Leipzig. Rodenberg 332.9. - 9. Avalun-Druck. - Eins von 100 num. Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe mit den vom Künstler signierten Holzschnitten auf »Kaiserlich Japan« und im Ganzledereinband (Gesamtauflage 400; entgegen dem Druckvermerk nicht in grünem Saffian bei Enders gebunden). - Druck des Textes in den Werkstätten für Buch- und Steindruck der Staatl. Akademie für graphische Künste und Buchgewerbe, Leipzig, auf Bütten. Druckleitung bei Georg A. Manthéy. - Ecken mit leichten Schabspuren, stellenw. etwas nachgedunkelt bzw. leicht berieben.

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        BOLLETTINO d?ARTE del Ministero della Pubblica Istruzione

      Bestetti e Tuminelli Rivista dei Musei e delle Gallerie d?Italia diretta da Arduino Colasanti. Milano, Bestetti e Tuminelli. Dall?anno I, 1921 all?anno X, 1930. 10 volumi in 4to. Mezza pergamena, doppio tassello. Molte illustrazioni. Articoli di Stunmann, Hermanin, Paribieni, Marangoni, Maiuri, Berenson, Planiscig, Toesca, Munoz, Van Marle, De Rinaldis, Ducati, Pittaluga, Ricci, Fleres, Cecchi ed altri.

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        Three Soldiers

      Doran New York: Doran. (1921). First. First edition, third state. Owner name front pastedown, about fine in very good plus, third state dustwrapper with light rubbing and wear. Publisher's complimentary card laid in. An attractive copy. .

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        A Treatise on Probability.

      London, Macmillan and Co., 1921. Orig. full cloth. Spine gilt and with gilt lettering. Very light wear along edges. Top of spine very lightly frayed. Stamps to foot of titlepage. and to foot of last leaf. XI,466 pp. a. Publisher's advertisements 2 pp. A few faint pencil underlinings and notes on the first 10 leaves. Internally clean and fine.. First edition of this landmark work in which Keynes expressed probability theory in term of the modern-type symbolism."His Treatise on Probability was not published until 1921, owing to the interruption of the war, but had been almost completed by 1911. This was at once at work of great learning ideas. Its bibliography of the literature is one of the most comprehensive that has ever been made.In regard to the original ideas, his ambition was to provide a firm mathematical basis for the probability theory on lines comparable to those of the Principia Mathematica, in which Russell and Whitehead laid the foundations of symbolic deductive logic. Of Keynes's book Bertrand Russell afterward wrote, "The mathematical calculus is astonishingly powerful, considering the very restricted premises which form its foundation - the book as a whole is one which it is impossible to praise too highly (Mathematical Gazette July 1922)."(DSB)

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        L'ANIMA E L'ARTE, Milano, L'Eroica, 1921

      33,5 x 42, leg. editoriale artistica piena tela con legacci, titoli e fregi in oro sul piatto in rilievo, buone condizioni, XLVI tavole a colori applicate ed ancora 18 finissime xilografie a piena pagina prima dell'inizio del testo e poi nel testo. Si tratta di una raffinata edizione stampata su carta filigrana a mano Fabriano, a larghi margini, fabbricata appositamente per L'Eroica. Inserito sciolto anche un piccolo saggio (17 x 20) delle tricromie che ornano il volume. Ex Libris xilografato di Ercole Casali al quale il libro viene dedicato "A Ercole Casali per la passione" firmato Ettore Cozzani e sotto c'è anche la firma di Pietro Gaudenzi. Tiratura limitata di soli 500 esemplari (il ns. reca il numero 157)

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      Paris: Draeger FrEres pour Boivin & Cie 1921 Paris: [Draeger FrËres pour] Boivin & Cie, [1921]. (JOB) First edition thus. Folio. With 32 "chromotypogravures" after watercolors by Job, including four double-page and vignette at the avant- propos. [4], iv, 80pp. Original grey-green cloth, upper board pictorial, a.e.g. Spine perished, internally fine . Beautifully produced illustrated work on the life of Henri IV, king of Navarre and France

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        Kunstgeschichte der seidenweberei. berlino 1921.

      Import. ril. in tela, fregio dec. e caratt. a ril., cm 35x25, pp 49 di t., 526 ill. b/n f.t., 10 magnif. tavv a colori f.t. Ottimo esempl.

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        This Side of Paradise

      W. Collins & Sons London: W. Collins & Sons. (1921). First. First English edition. Neat contemporary owner name on the front fly, a little foxing to the foredge and endpapers, and a couple small spots on the boards, near fine lacking the dustwrapper. Fitzgerald's first book, altered considerably from the American edition. .

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        The Hideous Hermit-Forest of Wild Thyme-Noyes

      n.p. 1921 n.p., 1921. 7 x 10-1/4 inches. Watercolor, initialled "RBTK" and dated.

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        A HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR. Vol. I. Inscribed Presentation Copy

      London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1921 Buchan, John. A HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR. Vol. I. Inscribed Presentation Copy. London, Edinburgh and New York: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1921. [Published in 4 volumes complete, 1921-1922]. First edition thus of the first volume, the entire account originally appearing in twenty-four volumes between February 1916 & July 1919, written & published for the most part during the progress of the campaign. 8vo., 552pp, 18 maps. Gilt-stamped dark green cloth. A near fine example showing modest use. Neatly inscribed in black fountain pen on the front free endpaper to his friend & fellow Lord: "Lord Inverforth / with the kind regards of / his friend of over forty years / John Buchan / Nov. 1921" "Andrew Weir, 1st Baron Inverforth PC [1865 - 1955] created & headed the firm of Andrew Weir and Co. ship owners of Glasgow. In the First World War he served as a minister in the coalition government: he was Surveyor General of Supplies from 1917- 1919, & Minister of Munitions from 1919-1921. John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir PC GCMG GCVO CH [1875- 1940] was a Scottish novelist, historian & Unionist politician who served as Governor General of Canada, the 15th since Canadian Confederation. After a brief legal career Buchan simultaneously began both his writing career and his political and diplomatic career, serving as a private secretary to the colonial administrator of various colonies in Southern Africa. He eventually wrote propaganda for the British war effort in the First World War. Once he was back in civilian life Buchan was elected Member of Parliament for the Combined Scottish Universities, but he spent most of his time on his writing career, notably writing The Thirty-Nine Steps and other adventure fiction. In 1935 he was appointed Governor General of Canada by George V, king of Canada, on the recommendation of Prime Minister of Canada Richard Bennett, to replace the Earl of Bessborough. He occupied the post until his death in 1940. Buchan proved to be enthusiastic about literacy, as well as the evolution of Canadian culture, and he received a state funeral in Canada before his ashes were returned to the United Kingdom." . Signed by Author. First Edition.

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        ARCHITETTURA E ARTI DECORATIVE. Rivista d'arte e di storia. Direzione: Gustavo Giovannoni - Marcello Piacentini.

      In-4 p., brossura editoriale. Questa importante rivista illustrata, mensile e bimestrale. Iniziò le pubblicazioni nel 1921; nel 1927 divenne l'organo ufficiale del Sindacato nazionale architetti, direttore Alberto Calza Bini. A partire dal gennaio 1932 la rivista, pubblicata da Treves, prese il nome di "Architettura". Offriamo una raccolta di tutto il pubblicato , dal maggio 1921 al dicembre 1931, ben conservata (good copy). .

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        Sporting Recollections. The corrected typescript of this unpublished book, consisting of chapters on Pheasant, Duck and Quail shooting, and one, "Hits and Misses" concerning the mechanics of successful shooting; with a rejection letter from Henry Holt and Co. All contained in the original mailing envelope

      n.p. n.d. n.p., n.d.. The typescript consists of 42 pages with numerous pencil corrections, including, on two pages, the printed article on Quail as it originally appeared in the August 1921 issue of Field and Stream. On 11 x 8 1/2 inch pages, some fraying to a few margins, else fine. From the Estate of Eugene V. Connett, III, proprietor of The Derrydale Press . As with most of Connett's books, this is a collection of articles written for magazines, in this instance some highly personalized accounts of the author's shooting experiences--the exception being "Hits and Misses", a more objective account of the mechanics of shooting: developing a smooth swing, knowing when a bird is in range, etc. (The typescript of this bears Connett's pencilled notation, "Sold 1947 to F & S [Field and Stream] but not published"). Connett, then at the publishing firm of Van Nostrand, submitted "Sporting Recollections" to Henry Holt and Company, and on February 4, 1960 it was returned: "We do not feel that we would have sufficient sales success with the work to warrant our taking it on". It is not improbable that the rather short length of the book, together with Connett's strong personalized style, was a factor in this decision; at any rate, the book did not appear in print--which, as the owner of this typescript will quickly discover, was a considerable loss to the literature of sport. A FINE TYPESCRIPT

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        Deutsche kunst und dekoration. illustrierte monatshefte fuer moderne malerei, plastik, architektur, wohnungs-kunst und kuenstlerische frauen-arbeiten... darmstadt, 1921-1934.

      Ventisei semestri (tredici annate) legate in 13 volumi di cm. 29, pp. oltre 10.000 complessive. Con moltissime illustrazioni e tavole. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pelle, dorsi lisci con titoli e filetti in oro. Esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione. Disponibile il pubblicato dall'ottobre 1921 al marzo 1934. Mancano verosimilmente i frontespizi degli ultimi due semestri. Vasta raccolta di questo periodico che fu tra le più apprezzate pubblicazioni del tempo per quanto concerne la documentazione sull'arte decorativa europea e principalmente tedesca.

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        Abhandlungen über Atombau aus den Jahren 1913 - 1916.

      Autorisierte deutsche Übersetzung mit einem Geleitwort von N. Bohr von Dr. Hugo Stinzing. Friedrich Vieweg und Sohn, Braunschweig 1921. 8vo. XIX + 155 pages. Orig. cover. Front cover loose, and with a small chip.. With an inscription on the title page :"Til Paula med Tak fra Niels". ("To Paula with thanks from Niels"). This is the first translation into German of the important works of Niels Bohr.** The inscription is probably to Paula Strelitz [1892-1963], a German relative to Niels Bohr

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        Back to Methuselah. A Metabiological Pentateuch

      London: Constable & Co 1921 London: Constable & Co, 1921. First English edition. 4 vols., 8vo. . Original pale green cloth, spine slightly darkened, copious pencilled notes by previous owner on endpapers, stamp of "Lillah McCarthy Productions Ltd." on flyleaf, and McCarthy's signature as "Lady Keeble", of Oxford. Laurence A161b . Inscribed on the flyleaf to Lillah McCarthy, the prominent English actress of the 20's: "To Lillah / from G.B.S." Shaw was close personal and professional friend of McCarthy]s and contributed a Foreword to her memoirs, MYSELF AND MY FRIENDS (1933)

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        [Poster]: Erste Internationale Arbeiter Kinder Woche: 27. Juni - 3. Juli 1921 Veranstaltet Von Der Jugend Internationale

      Fiope Verlag Berlin: Fiope Verlag. 1921. Poster. 18" x 28". In mylar sleeve dry mounted to foam core stiffener. Very thin brown paper printed in red and black. Depicts a young girl with arms raised, holding a red flag. Old light fold and crease marks, small chip to upper right hand corner, still a remarkable near fine survivor of a very fragile and ephemeral socialist poster, prepared for the First International Working Children's Week, organized by the Youth International. .

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        Regimental Records of the Royal Welch Fusiliers (4 Vols Complete)

      Forster Groom & Co, 15 Charing Cross, London: Royal United Service Institution, 1921 (Late the 23rd Foot) In uniform blue cloth covers with RWF and Welsh Dragon in red to front covers, corners and edges very lightly rubbed, blind tooling to edges. Spines have tooling and titles in gilt, edges bumped lightly. Internally all volumes clean and tight NO inscriptions, numerous coloured, & B&W illustrations, maps etc. Volume 1 - 1689-1815, tissue guarded frontis, 324 pp. Volume 2 - 1816-1914 July, frontis of the Colours, 425 pp. Volume 3 - 1914-1918 France and Flanders, B&W frontis of the War Memorial, Wrexham, 498 + index. Volume 4 - 1915-1918 Turkey Bulgaria Austria, B&W frontis of Colour Presentation, 406 + index. A lovely set, not often found complete!

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        La Genèse. Liber Genesis. Cap. Primum, Secundum et Tertium. [SIGNED]

      Leon Pichon Paris: Léon Pichon, 1921. Limited edition. Softcover. vg. 1/480. Folio. 62pp. Uncut. Original printed wrappers with gold Hebrew lettering on front cover. Title-page in red and black lettering, with publisher's device. Decorative initials. Text in red (Latin) and black (French) lettering. Somptuous limited edition of the first book of the Bible, profusely illustrated with numerous original wood engravings by Hermann-Paul and printed on paper Vergé d'Arches. Signature of publisher Léon Pichon at bottom of colophon. Head and tail of wrappers slightly chipped. Hebrew title on front cover somewhat faded. Offset on endpapers. Text in French and Latin. Wrappers in overall very good, interior in near to fine condition.

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        La Tentative Amoureuse ou le Traite du vain desir by Andre Gide

      Nouvelle Revue Francaise 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.

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      1921. [RACKHAM, Arthur] PHILPOTTS, Eden. A DISH OF APPLES. Illustrated by Arthur RACKHAM. London: Hodder & Stoughton (1921). Limited edition, no. 206 of 500 copies, signed by the author and illustrator. 77 pp. 4to., white cloth stamped in gilt. Spine darkened, corners gently bumped, light soil to cloth. Gilt top edge and cover illustration bright. Three tipped- in color plates, with black and white illustrations in the text.

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        Julian Alden Weir: An Appreciation of his Life and Works

      The Century Club, New York, 1921. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Near Fine Condition. Charles Erskine Scott Wood's copy, a gift from Julian Alden Weir's daughter. Bound by his daughter, Caro Weir Ely whose exquisite bindings had been exhibited the year before by The Book Club of California. This bound in full blue morocco with wide dentelles onto lovely endpapers. Finely ilt corners and spine, gilt page edges and signed to Wood in gilt on the front dentelle. Light rubbing to hinges and corners, browning to the added endpapers. Wood, a good friend of Weir's, has a letter to Weir that is quoted extensively in the book, and he has made a number of holograph corrections. Size: Octavo (8vo). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Art & Design; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 039889. .

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        LOT Of 13 CHRISTMAS BOOKLETS [plus] 'Thank You for Expression of Sympathy' Printed Notecard [inscribed by (?) Newton]

      'Oak Knoll':: Privately Printed,. 1921 - 1940.. 12mo. 1st edition(s). Cf Fleck, Catalogue 86, B.15 - B.32. INSCRIBED PRESENTATION copies [4] to R. W. Chapman, presumed to be Newton's fellow Johnsonian, Robert William Chapman. Divers paginations.. Blue paper wrappers. Cord tie. Housed in a custom blue quarter morocco clam-shell case.. Lot is ranges from VG [1921] - Nr Fine [1940]. Case is VG.. The 13 Christmas booklets are: 'Madame Thrale Piozzi' [1921, inscribed], 'Leech Drawing' [1923], 'John Mytton' [inscribed, 1924], 'My Library' [1926], 'Reprimand' [1927], 'Nelson' [1928], 'I Want!' [inscribed, 1932], 'Ascot' [inscribed, 1933], 'Trollope Society' [1934], 'Pope, Poetry & Portrait' [1936], 'Christmas Greetings' [1937], 'George Dyer' [1938, including printed note, on orange paper, regarding coming year (1939)] & 'A Letter From England' [1940]. . A few booklets are illustrated.

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        L'Habitation Forcée [A Forced Habitation]

      Paris: René Kieffer. VG : in very good condition. Occasional spotting to pages within, not impinging on coloured plates. Minor cracking to front inner hinge. Marbled eps. 1921. Limited First Edition [26/50]. Full blocked leather covers in art deco style. 94pp. + 28 additional pl :: 28 hand-coloured pochoir illustrations by Jessie M. King; additional set of 28 plates bound-in following on - these uncoloured and without accompanying text. Full blocked leather covers by Parisian designer René Kieffer :: 250mm x 200mm (10" x 8") :: Limited presentation edition with binding by Parisian bookbinder Rene Kieffer (1875-1964); beautiful hand-coloured illustrations by the renowned Scottish illustrator Jessie M. King (1875-1949). This edition with additional set of uncoloured plates by Jessie M King duplicating the original colour illustrations .

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        The Secret Agent. Drama in Four Acts

      Printed for the Author by H. J. Goulden Ltd 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’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: “I was amused by their touching anonymity in damning the play. It was like a chorus of parrots.” A fine copy of a scarce and fragile Conrad publication in printed wrappers.

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

      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'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's conformal curvature tensor" Hubert, F.M. Goenner, On the History of Unified Field Theories. Reference: Weil N. 116; Schlipp-Shields No.145.. 1st Edition.

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      New York: Scientific American Publishing Co.,, 1921 A Selection of Material from the Essays Submitted in the Competition for the Eugene Higgins Prize of $5000. New York: Scientific American Publishing Co., 1921. Second Revised Edition. Signed in black fountain pen as: "Albert. Einstein" at the top of the title page. 8vo., 345pp. Original brown cloth stamped white at the spine, blind embossed cover graphic  depicting Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington's experiment proving Einstein's theorem. Frontispiece portrait. Neat bookplate on the front pastedown. A previous owner has added the printed patch to the title page: " 1. The Theory of Relativity". A very good copy. Text block clean & endpapers otherwise free of blemish without the very uncommon dustwrapper. Custom clamshell case.. Signed by Author. 2nd Edition.

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        RELATIVITY. The Special And The General Theory. Signed

      New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1921 THIRD AMERICAN EDITION. 8vo., xiii + 168 pp. A very good copy showing modest use. Gilt stamped front cover, spine lettering faded as usual, head & heel neatly reinforced. Very neatly signed "A. Einstein" in blue-black fountain pen on the verso of the frontispiece. Bulks at 1"1/16, vs. 13/16" for the 2nd & 3/4" for the 1st.. The rare Third Edition dustwrapper present in very good condition. Some smartly executed conservation at the extremities Custom deep blue clamshell case with E=mc2 embossed in relief on the side.. Signed by Author. Third Edition Signed.

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        Tanglewood Tales

      Philadelphia: Penn Publishing Company, (1921). Quarto. 308pp., + (36)ff. plates. Illustrated throughout with ten full-page color plates, protected by titled tissue guards, and numerous black & white drawings by Virginia Frances Sterrett. Sterrett was just nineteen when Penn Publishing commissioned her first book, Old French Fairy Tales. This is her second of only three books completed before her death of tuberculosis at the age of thirty-one. Bound in blue gilt-stamped cloth, with a large, color pictorial label to the front cover and illustrated endpapers. Good with corners bumped, some wear to extremities, color restoration along spine and at corners, and rear inner hinge repaired.

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      Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Compamy, 1921. TANGLEWOOD TALES- Nathaniel Hawthorne- Illustrated by Virginia Frances Sterrett- The Penn Publishing Compamy, Philadelphia- 1921- 1st Edition- 1st Printing- [1921 on copyright page, no other printings mentioned]- [PO dedication on ffep December 1921]- Hardcover:-Large 4to- Near FINE-FINE/ no jacket as issued- Original dark blue cloth withgilt titles on spine and cover and applied illustration in color of a girl riding a white bull in the water- very minimal rubbing to cover, square, tight and clean- 261pp are clean and crisp, no tears, nicks or writing- illustrated endpapers in blue, white and orange- SEE MY PHOTOS- Includes: The Minotaur, The Pygmies, The Dragon's Teeth, Circe's Palace, The Pomegranate Seeds and The Golden Fleece- 24 illustrations by Sterrett including 10 full page plates in color and tissue guarded- A gorgeous copy!- Fiction-juvenile-mythology-adventure-illustrated-Sterrett (3789) . 1st Edition-1st Printing. Illustrated Cloth w/pastedown. Near FINE-FINE/No Jacket as Issued. Illus. by Virginia Frances Sterrett. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Jæger- og Fiskerliv

      Tredie forøgede udgave Kristiania 1921. 8vo. 196 s. Illustrert. Orig. dekorert helsjirtingbd.. Bilagt med "Kogebog for friluftsmænd. Jægere, Fiskere, Seilere og skiløbere" i orig. omsl

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        Jésus-Christ rastaquouère

      Paris: Collection Dada, 1921. Broché. 19,5x25cm. Edition originale, un des 50 ex numérotés sur pur fil, tirage de tête après 10 Chine. Ouvrage illustré de dessins de Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes. Dos légèrement passé, pâles taches sans gravité sur le premier plat, agréable état intérieur. Rare. - Collection Dada, Paris _1921, 19,5x25cm, broché. - broché

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        Les Marques de Collections de Dessins & D'estampes. Together with Supplément

      Amsterdam and The Hague: Vereenigde Drukkerijen, 1921, 1956. Two quarto volumes. xi, 598pp.; xi, 463pp. First editions. Both volumes abundantly illustrated with merchant, printer, and collectors' stamps and insignia. Volume II is a supplement issued thirty-five years after volume I. Both are bound in olive green cloth gilt lettered on the covers and spines. Volume I with a plain paper dustwrapper. Crease to fore-corner of volume I binding, wrapper a bit edgeworn and foxed, and with a small portion missing at spine foot. Overall, a near fine set of this important reference resource.

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      1921. 1. (DONAHEY,WILLIAM)illus. THE CHILDREN'S MOTHER GOOSE. Chicago: Reilly & Lee (1921). 4to (8 1/4 x 10 1/2"), cloth, pictorial paste-on, 120p., Fine condition. First edition. Claiming to be the most complete American Mother Goose, there are 700 rhymes with index. Illustrated by Donahey (creator of the Teenie Weenies) with over 100 terrific illustrations including pictorial endpapers and 12 great, bright color plates. Reissued later that same year under the title The Teenie Weenie Man's Mother Goose. Scarce and an unusually nice copy.

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      1921. 2. (DONAHEY,WILLIAM)illus. TEENIE WEENIE MAN'S MOTHER GOOSE. Chicago: Reilly & Lee (1921). 4to (9 x 11"), cloth, pictorial paste-on, 120p., slight soil and rubbing, VG+. 1st edition. Claiming to be the most complete American Mother Goose, there are 700 rhymes with index. Illustrated by Donahey (creator of the Teenie Weenies) with over 100 terrific illustrations including pictorial endpapers and 12 great, bright color plates. Scarce.

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