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        Martha. Radierung.

      1925 - Signiert "Hubbuch". Kräftiger Druck auf Velin. Nicht bei Vierneisen. Söhn HDO 72720-1. Eines von 125 Exemplaren. Blatt 1 aus: Die Schaffenden, VI. Jahrgang, 2. Mappe, 1929. - Im Jahr 1928 hatte die Zeitschrift "Die Schaffenden" ein Graphik-Preisausschreiben veranstaltet, in welchem Karl Hubbuch den 1. Preis erhielt. Aus den eingereichten Arbeiten wurde diese Mappe erstellt. Für das Blatt existieren auch folgende Titel "Mädchen beim Essen" und "Martha frühstückend". Die Ballettschülerin Martha zählte neben Hilde, Hubbuch 1. Ehefrau, und Marianne ab dem Ende der 20er Jahre zu seinen wichtigsten Modellen. - Karl Hubbuch besuchte zwischen 1908 und 1912 die Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Karlsruhe und danach an die Lehranstalt des Kunstgewerbemuseums in Berlin in der Graphikklasse von Emil Orlik. 1925 bis 1933 war er Professor an der Karlsruher Kunstakademie. Während der 20er und frühen 30er Jahre war seine Arbeit in zahlreichen Ausstellungen zu sehen, unter ihnen 1925 „Neue Sachlichkeit" in Mannheim und eine Gemeinschaftsausstellung mit Otto Dix und George Grosz in der Galerie Neumann-Nierendorf in Berlin. Vom NS-Regime wurde Hubbuchs Kunst als entartet diffamiert und er wurde mit einem Arbeitsverbot belegt. Nach dem Krieg wurde seine Ernennung als Professor an der Akademie in Karlsruhe erneuert, an der er von 1947 bis 1957 wirkte. Hubbuch nahm weiterhin an zahlreichen Ausstellungen in ganz Europa teil, bis er 1970 nahezu erblindete. - Die großformatige Graphik ist insgesamt sehr gut erhalten. Lediglich in den Rändern zeigen sich leichte Gebrauchs- bzw. Atelierspuren, wie wenige schwache Knicke in den Ecken und leichte Spuren von Druckerschwärze an den Blattkanten. Die rechte Blattkante ist minimal gebräunt. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2100 [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs]
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        The Professor's House

      New York: Knopf, 1925. First edition. Cloth backed boards, inner hinges expertly strengthened; a very good copy in a decent dust jacket, which has light edge wear, fading and damp marks on the spine. Half morocco case. Inscribed by Cather to Alice Roullier, daughter of an important art dealer in Chicago, and herself chairman of the exhibition committee at the Chicago Arts Club. Cather gave the William Vaughn Moody Lecture at the University of Chicago on Nov. 17, 1925, so it was likely this was the occasion of the inscription. Bookplate of Clifton Waller Barrett. Crane A14.a.i.

      [Bookseller: Thomas A Goldwasser Rare Books]
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        The Merry Widow (Original Film Program)

      Los Angeles: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1925. Original program for the 1925 film, Erich von Stroheim's first effort after his 9-hour masterpiece, "Greed," released in 1924. Includes an essay about von Stroheim working on-set, with quotes from the director throughout. A lush romantic meolodrama with touches of humor involving a European prince (Gilbert) who falls for American "danseuse" Murray. The relationship falls prey to every manner of trouble, and the never-married couple eventually reunites on location at Maxim's in Paris. A rare program for an early and restrained gem by one of the great directors of the silent era. Saddle-stitched wrappers, 16 pages, 9 x 12 inches. Near Fine, with a few tick marks next to the list of the cast, a single small library stamp, and a neat holograph ink notation of the date and place where the film was seen (and program purchased), at the Embassy Theatre on Broadway, New Year's Day, 1926.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Poor Cecco

      1925. By The Author of The Velveteen RabbitFirst English Trade Edition [RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator]. BIANCO, Margery Williams. Poor Cecco. The Wonderful Story of a Wonderful Wooden Dog Who was the Jolliest Toy in the House until He Went out to Explore the World. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. London: Chatto & Windus, 1925.First English trade edition (no English limited edition was issued). Quarto (10 x 7 1/4 inches; 253 x 186 mm.). 175, [1] pp. Seven mounted color plates and twenty-four drawings in black and white. Original orange cloth pictorially stamped and lettered in red on front cover and lettered in red on spine. Blank endpapers. A very good copy in the scarce original color pictorial dust jacket (jacket complete but with some repairs).The text, with the same plates and drawings, first appeared in magazine form in Good Housekeeping, beginning in May 1925.?The Velveteen Rabbit (1922), [Margery Williams Bianco?s ] first children?s book, was illustrated by William Nicholson. It was followed by another book about a toy, The Little Wooden Doll (1925), for which the illustrator was her own daughter Pamela?Margery Williams Bianco?s third children?s book, the much admired Poor Cecco (1925), is the story of a wooden toy, a ?loose-jointed thing like a dog?, who gets out of the toy cupboard and has a lengthy series of adventures with his friend Bulka the rag puppy. The first edition was illustrated by Arthur Rackham? (The Oxford Companion to Children?s Literature).Latimore and Haskell, p. 59. Riall, p. 155.

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Tales of Fishing Virgin Seas

      Harper & Brothers, New York & London 1925 - 4to. First edition as stated on copyright page along with the publisher's code, K-Z (see Rogers, pages 63-64). Complete. Over 100 photographs. Green cloth cover with gilt lettering. Inscribed in ink by Grey on the front free endpaper, "Kurt Battenhausen from Zane Grey". Sound binding with intact hinges. Clean. Almost no wear to the cover. Minor wear to the lightly sunned dust jacket. A fishing classic. A wonderful account of Grey's real life adventures throughout the Pacific. Filled with tales of his experience being the first person to fish in many locales including the Galapagos Islands and Cabo San Lucas. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Read'Em Again Books, ABAA]
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        Chinese Sculpture From The Fifth To The Fourteenth Century. Volume IV With Plates 422-623

      Ernest Benn, Limited, London 1925 - B&W Illustrations; Folio ; Over 900 specimens in stone, bronze, lacquer and wood, principally from Northern China. With Descriptions and an introductory essay. By Osvald Siren, Professor in the University of Stockholm. Includes plates 422-553 of the Tang Dynasty; Plates 554-561 Honan, Plates 562-566, Shantung; Plates 567-577, Chili; Plates 578-93, Liao Dynasty [907-1119] and Chin Dynasty [1115-1234]; Plates 593-608, Wu Yeh [908-978] Sung and Southern Sung Dynasty [960-1279]; Plates 609-623, Yuan Dynasty [1230-1367]. Plate 527 with frayed lower edge apparently marginally miscut. Otherwise sound and tight. Occasional light foxing mainly affecting margins of the leaves. Plates in Collotype. Publisher's grey-brown buckram cloth with gilt front cover decoration and gilt spine lettering. Art: : Sculpture: : China; 9 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: poor man's books (mrbooks)]
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        Le Portefeuille des Peintres Graveurs Indépendants pour 1925 -II- Eaux-Fortes. With 5 original signed and numbered etchings by Chagall, Coubine, Galanis, Laboureur, Levy.

      Edition Alberto Morace, Paris 1925 - Le Portefeuille des Peintres Graveurs Indépendants pour 1925 -II-Eaux-Fortes. Christian Zervos, Illustrators Chagall, Coubine, Galanis, Laboureur, Levy. Edition Alberto Morace, Paris 1925. Rare portfolio with 5 original etchings on Arches paper, all signed and numbered by the artists: Marc Chagall "Nu", O. Coubine "Paysage", D. Galanis "Nature Morte au pichet", J.E. Laboureur "Le 14 Juillet", Léopold Levy "Le Chemin de la Forêt". One of 75 copies in velin d'Arches from a total edition of 115 copies. Loose as issued, complete of the original hard wrapper and introductory essay by Christan Zervos. Condition: the portfolio showing signs of age, the original hard wrapper is worn, scattered stains are on the introductory essay, the etchings are clear on the images, with some minor stains on the white edges, except for Coubine work that is stained on the image. Overall Good/Very Good condition. Ref: Cramer books 4; Kornfeld 39 MORE PICTURES ON REQUEST [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Marninart, Inc (ABAA - ILAB)]
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        Nuits Florentines

      Paris: J. Schiffrin et Cie, 1925. Softcover. VG- (Some wear to extremities, including tears at top and bottom of spine; Binding loose). Grigory Gluckmann. Green illus. wraps; 158 pp.; 15 color and bw plates with tissue overlay; Watercolor painting on FFEP. Text in French; Original watercolor by Grigory Gluckmann on FFEP; Dedication on limitation page; Book limited and out of series; Heinrich Heine's unfinished novel richly illustrated by Grigory Gluckmann, a Russian-born artist who worked in Paris and America; Also known, in German, as Florentinischen Nachte.

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        Presentation album of the airline service Paris-Brussels-Amsterdam.

      Large size album bound in marbled boards with leather edges and corners blocked in gold 'Lignes Farman/ Paris/ Bruxelles/ Amsterdam/ Au Général Dumesnil'. 42 x 32 cm. 24 leaves of heavy dark grey clouded paperboard containing 65 original photos printed on gold colored paper. Different sizes (square, round or oval), but a max of 22 and a minimum of 8 cm. Printed captions. About 1925. Spine discolored and a bit thin, worn at the top, some more wear at the foot. A few dents in the delicate covers.* One-of-a-kind oversize photo album offered to the French general Henri Dumesnil (1864-1942), who was manager of the French military service (Aéronautique militaire) from 1920-1927. Paris-based airline Farman and Dutch K.L.M. together organised the daily service between Amsterdam and Paris, with stops in Brussels, Antwerp and/or Rotterdam Waalhaven. One photo shows a Farman, the F-ADFQ over Le Bourget, another a Fokker F.III, the H-NABV.The attractive aerial photos show cities like Brussels, Saint-Quentin, Mechelen, Antwerp, Rotterdam and Amsterdam. They were for sale in series or apart, with captions set from trendy Cochin type and printed in brown ink, published by the Entreprise Générale de Photographie in Paris. This Enterprise employed its own Farman flying machine for making aerial views and pictures of other airplanes.This is a magnificent, luxurious presentation album with pictures that give a good image of civil aviation around 1925.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fokas HOLTHUIS]
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        Sale of Expropriated Properties (First Group) in the Territories of New Guinea and Papua [with . Second Group . Third Group .].

      - Melbourne, Custodian of Expropriated Property 1925-26-27. Three volumes octavo, publisher's illustrated boards; numerous photo illustrations throughout, four (of five) folding maps. The general map is not there, the map for the Gazelle Peninsula is in its place. A tropical copy, wrinkled by damp but decent enough, with the signatures of W.R. McGregor, maybe William Roy McGregor, the New Zealand biologist who led collecting expeditions to New Guinea for the museum that now bears his name. A serviceman called R. McGregor was the buyer of one property so the association may be closer to home. I've seen no evidence that Australians were willing to share the spoils with our NZ cousins. This country for sale. In case you think this a bit strong remember that the economy of Papua New Guinea depended wholly on copra and being sold here are, with few exceptions, the plantations seized from German planters during the war. Peter Cahill borrowed from Pepys the title of his short history of the Expropriation Board - 'A prodigy of wastefulness, corruption, ignorance and indolence' (Journal of Pacific History; v32;1) - and it seems a gentle, too gentle, summation of the venality, as ruthless as it was inept, of the band of thieves rushing to pillage this seeming gold mine. Until 1925 the Expropriation Board was in the hands of W.H. Lucas, a "xenophobic nonentity" and former manager for Burns Philp, and F.R. Jolley, an accountant who, after his dismissal in 1925, fronted for German firms trying to buy back their properties. W.M. Hughes' promise that New Guinea would be a paradisiacal reward for returned servicemen was a disastrous failure but the favourable terms offered to servicemen proved useful to the three companies that shared the golden goose: Burns Philp, W.R. Carpenter and the Melanesian Company - fronted by Jolley. All three had connections with the others. Servicemen were used as dummies to buy the properties at better rates and those companies were promptly given power of attorney. Of course protests were made and questions asked in Parliament but a government worried by any threat to their own coffers muttered and shuffled until a few token regulations were introduced in 1927, in time for the last group of properties and long after the best had gone. By 1930, after the failure of the Melanesian Company and many independent planters, Burns Philp owned most everything. It's about thirty years since I last offered a set of these catalogues for sale. Scarce then, but even so I'm surprised by how few seem to be held in libraries. Trove finds only four libraries with copies of all three and a few more more with one or two. OCLC finds no other set outside Germany. This wasn't some obscure bit of parochial pamphleteering.

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        Mrs. Dalloway

      London: Published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press 1925 - First edition, first printing. One of 2,000 copies. Publisher's deep rust cloth, lettered in gilt. About near fine, with a touch of sunning to the spine, bright gilt, light rubbing to the edges, some light spotting to the page edges and scattered throughout the text block, otherwise fresh pages. A very handsome copy. Kirkpatrick A9a, Woolmer 82. One of the author's best known novels, Mrs. Dalloway tells the story of Clarissa Dalloway as she prepares to host a high-society party. The text is a compilation of two of Woolf's short stories "Mrs. Dalloway in Bond Street" and "The Prime Minister." A stream of consciousness narrative, Mrs. Dalloway follows the protagonist from her decision to "buy the flowers herself" at the start of the day through the completion of her party in the evening. Throughout the novel, Woolf explores the impact of mental illness on daily life, both in Mrs. Dalloway, who reveals that she is being treated for depression, and a second leading character, Septimus Warren Smith, a WWI veteran suffering from PTSD who chooses to commit suicide rather than face involuntary commitment to a psychiatric hospital. Like many of Woolf's novels, the text is centered on philosophy and perception rather than action sequences and dialogue; John W. Crawford agrees in his New York Times Review that "One day in the life of Clarissa Dalloway is the complete story of Mrs. Woolf's new novel, yet she contrives to enmesh all the inflections of Mrs. Dalloway's personality, and many of the implications of modern civilization, in the account of those twenty-four hours." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      London: Society of Foliophiles, 1925. Limited to 200 copies, this no, 147. The box itself is worn and chipped, contents fine. Limited to 200 copies, this no, 147. Portfolio of 20 original leaves each laid loose in a folder printed with a brief description. The folders laid loose in a solander type box of paper-covered card material with paper spine and covers labels. Leaves include: A Catholike and Ecclesiasticall Exposition, printed by Thomas Marshe, 1575; Sermons of John Calvin printed by Henry Middleton, 1583; Collected Works of Thomas Bacon printed by John Day, 1564; Chaucer's Collected Works printed by Adam Islip, 1598; William Camden's Annalles of Elizabeth printed for Benjamin Fisher, 1625; Milton's Paradise Lost, London, 1667; First King James Bible printed by Robert Barker, 1612; Thesaurus Brevium London, 1687; Lucan's Pharsalia printed by Jacob Tonson, 1718; Evening Post of London, 1810; A New Collection of Voyages and Travels printed by Thomas Astley, 1745: Pharsalia from Walpole's Strawberry Press' 1760; Scott's Marmion printed by J. Ballantyne, 1808; Homer's Odyssey Oxford University Press, 1909; Morris' Child Christopher and Goldiolind, Kelmscott Press, 1895; Master Wace Chronicle, William Pickering , 1837; Book of Common Prayer, John Baskerville, 1762; First Old Testament in Irish, London, 1685; Breviary "Portiforium" London, 1555; John Minsheu's A Guide to the Tongues printed for John Browne London, 1617.

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        Code Civil: Livre Premier, Des Personnes, Titres V Du Mariage, VI....

      1925. Hemard's View of Family Law Hemard, Joseph [1880-1961], Illustrator. Code Civil: Livre Premier, Des Personnes: Titres V. Du Mariage. VI. Du Divorce. VII. De la Paternite. VIII. De l'Adoption. IX. De la Puissance Paternelle. X. De la Minorite. XI. De la Majorite. Paris: Rene Kieffer, [1925]. [vi], 126, [4] pp. Pochoir color text illustrations. Quarto (8" x 6-1/2"). Original publisher stiff wrappers bound into contemporary flexible calf (by Lorica), gilt title to spine, marbled endpapers, deckle fore and bottom edges. Some rubbing to spine, light fading and a few minor stains to boards, early owner bookplate to front pastedown. Very light toning to text, somewhat heavier along fore-edges, vivid illustrations, internally clean. * From an edition limited to 900 copies, this number 133. Hemard presents the official text of the sections of the French Civil Code dealing with family law with witty, and often mildly erotic, color pochoir illustrations. Hemard applied this treatment to two other legal works Code Penal (1940) and Code General des Impots Directs et Taxes Assimilees (1944). Hemard, a prolific artist, illustrator, designer and author, is best-known for his humorously illustrated editions of serious non-fiction books.

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      Boston: Number 54 of a Limited Edition printed for Subscribers SIGNED BY PENNELL, with an original etching signed in pencil and 14 plates not issued in the trade edition, 1925. First Trade edition. Absolutely fine in about fine dust jacket, quite scarce thus. First Trade edition. Quarto. xxii, 372p. Profusely illustrated., including portrait frontispiece in color by William Strang. Bound in gilt titled smooth tan calf over tan cloth, t.e.g., the endpapers with Pennell image in green. Includes list of books written and illustrated by Pennell.

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        Schweizerisches Obstbilderwerk - Pomologie Suisse illustrée. Lieferung I-X.

      Zug, Obstverband, 1925) 4°, 3 bl., 100 farbige Tafeln mit je 2 Textblättern, OLwd. goldgeprägt, Rücken min. beschienen, innen min. stockfleckig, trotzdem gutes Exemplar. Trichochromogravure et Impression SADAG. Genève. Die s/w-Photographien täuschend echt koloriert. Jede Sorte wird in Vollansicht u. Querschnitt gezeigt. bschrieben werden Herkunft. Baumeigenschaften u. Fruchteigenschaften. Lieferung I: 1. Königsapfel. 2. Ontario. 3. London Peppin. 4. Bohnapfel. 5. Baumann`s Reinette. 6. Parker`s Peppin. 7. Schöner von Boskop. 8. Champagner Reinette. 9. Wellington. 10. Roter Eiserapfel. II: 1. Schellerbirne. 2. Ottenbacher Schellerbirne. 3. Marxenbirne (2x vorhanden). 4. Knollbirne. 5. Wettinger Holzbirne. 6. Reinholzbirne. 7. Grünmösler. 8. Goldschmeckler. 9. Schweizer Wasserbirne. 10. Metzerbratbirne. III: 1. Hochfeine Butterbirne. 2. Herzogin von Agouleme. 3. Hofratsbirne 4. Pastorenbirne. 5. Neue Poiteau. 6. General Tottleben. 7. Blumenbach`s Butterbirne. 8. Vereins Dechantsbirne. 9. Le Lectier. 10. Diel`s Butterbirne. IV: 1. Notaire Lepin. 2. Sterkmann`s Butterbirne. 3. Edelcrassane. 4. Dechantsbirne von Alecon. 5. Colmar d`Arenberg. 6. Nagbin`s Butterbirne. 7. Hardenpont`s Winterbutterbirne. 8. Lebrun`s Butterbirne. 9. Olivier de Serres. 10. Esperen`s Bergamotte. V: 1. Menznauer Jägerapfel. 2. Weisser Klarapfel. 3. Winterzitrone. 4. Danziger Kantapfel. 5. Jakob Lebel. 6. Stäfner Rosenapfel. 7. Sauergrauech. 8. Nägeliapfel. 9. Chüsenrainer. 10. Tobiässler. VI: 1. Goldparmäne. 2. Roter Seeapfel. 3. Jonathan. 4. Hessenreuter-Blauacher. 5. Brünerling. 6. Harbert-Reinette. 7. Gravensteiner. 8. Berner Rosenapfel. 9. Osnabrücker Reinette. 10. Weisser Rosenapfel. VII: 1. Bänziger. 2. Ananas Reinette. 3. Freiherr von Berlepsch. 4. Thurgauer Weinapfel. 5. Gelber Bellefleur. 6. Cox Orangen Reinette. 7. Königlicher Kurzstiel. 8. Waldhöfler. 9. Brugger Reinette. 10. Bismarckapfel. VIII: 1. Hansuli. 2. Hedinger. 3. Kupferschmid. 4. Kasseler Reinette. 5. Wachs-Reinette. 6. Oetwiler Reinette. 7. Weisser Winter Taffetapfel. 8. Schweizer Breitacher. 9. Boiken. 10. Södliapfel. IX: 1. Birne von Tongre. 2. Gute Luise von Avranches. 3. Gellert`s Butterbirne. 4. Schmelzende von Thirriot. 5. Dr. Desportes. 6. Delannoy`s Butterbirne. 7. Köstliche von Charneu. 8. Bergamotte Crassan. 9. Napoleon`s Butterbirne. 10. Konferenz-Birne. X: 1. Transparent von Croncels. 2. Charlamowsky. 3. Goldreinette von Blenheim. 4. Biborel Reinette. 5. Schafnase. 6. Stadler Hagapfel. 7. Salomonapfel. 8. Zuccalmaglio Reinette. 9. Wilerrot. 10. Adam Parmäne. Text dt./frz. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Biologie - Botanik Helvetica - Allgemein

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        The Smoking Leg and other stories

      London: Jarrolds Publishers,, 1925. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine gilt, blind single rule to front board, fore and bottom edges untrimmed. With the dust jacket. Bookplate to front pastedown. An excellent copy, in the jacket with some chips to extremities, some splits to spine panel folds and some tape repairs to verso. First edition, first impression of the author's first book.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Great Gatsby

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1925. Octavo. Original dark green cloth, gilt lettered spine, blind lettered front board, top edge trimmed, others uncut. Minor wear to corners, endpapers slightly tanned, mild spotting to edges and margins of text block. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing, first state of the text: with "chatter" on p. 60, line 16, "northern" on p. 119, line 22, "it's" on p. 165, line 16, "away" on p. 165, line 29, "sick in tired" on p. 205, lines 9-10, and "Union Street station" on p. 211, lines 7-8.

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        Zagadki [Riddles]

      Leningrad - Moskva: Raduga. Very Good-. 1925. First Edition. Paperback. Tall quarto, 22x28cm., original colour illustrated wrappers, 12pp., colour lithographs to each page. Light crease to upper cover, very mild age darkening to pages, very light signs of use. A lovely copy of this rare Samuel Marshak book illustrated by the acclaimed artist Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin. 9000 printed. ; 12pp pages .

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        Nuits Florentines

      J. Schiffrin et Cie, Paris 1925 - Green illus. wraps; 158 pp.; 15 color and bw plates with tissue overlay; Watercolor painting on FFEP. Text in French; Original watercolor by Grigory Gluckmann on FFEP; Dedication on limitation page; Book limited and out of series; Heinrich Heine's unfinished novel richly illustrated by Grigory Gluckmann, a Russian-born artist who worked in Paris and America; Also known, in German, as Florentinischen Nachte. VG- (Some wear to extremities, including tears at top and bottom of spine; Binding loose) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Manuscript]: [Key] to a Knowledge of Nature

      1925 - Octavo. 116 typewritten pages, illustrated with five full-page photographic illustrations (three in color) with applied typed captions. Carbon typescript in photographically illustrated papercovered boards. Hand-drawn title page with a picture of a key in the title. Undated but we estimate circa 1925. Some modest erosion and splitting to the paper on the spine of the homemade binding, internally near fine. Inscribed on the front pastedown: "For David E. Sweet from Uncle Ralph Shepard, Author and Publisher." Typed note from the author laid in indicating the painstaking methods that he used to create this volume, and noting that the original of the work ". was used for some time in the nature study class of the school he attended in St. Petersburg, Florida." The book is dedicated in type: "The boy for whom it was first written, and to whom it is Dedicated. Albert Spencer of Florida." In the preface the author states that his belief is that nature is founded on the life of Jesus Christ, and notes that in places he has plagiarized from the Bible, Billy Sunday, William Jennings Bryant, John Burroughs, Neltj Blanchan, Charles Darwin, Joyce Kilmer, Gene Stratton Porter, and others. We could find out little about the author, but Albert Spencer of St. Petersburg appears to have been born in 1915. An attempt to explain nature with details and interesting photographic illustrations. Considering the do-it-yourself typing, binding, and illustrations, presumably no more than a handful were created; and possibly unique. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Land Book of the Borough of Manhattan, City of New York. Desk and Library Edition. 1925.

      G. W. Bromley & Co., New York 1925 - 1925 edition. VERY GOOD+. Pages are near fine; lightly toned along the outside margins but are otherwise clean and unmarked, the colors clear and bright. Two leaves have short closed tears at bottom edge, but otherwise pages are in exceptionally fine quality. Black cloth hardcover, red stamped title on front, is clean, moderately rubbed along edges and hinges. Cloth is frayed at spine ends, corners and several spots on the outside edges. Binding intact though loose, the hinges wobbly. All pages are firmly held. The book should stand gentle use for some time but would benefit from a professional binding reinforcement. An extraordinarily detailed record of Manhattan in a series of 191 maps clearly showing the streets and outlines of each and every structure, every park, every railroad track including elevated railroads, water and sewer pipes and even fire hydrants, from Battery Park to 228th Street. Even more miraculously, details about the buildings are supplied through ingenious keys. Clearly noted are the number of stories, the depth of the building, presence of basements, of storefronts, and elevators. Even structure (brick, frame or iron covered) is indicated by coloring. Each of the plates has been meticulously hand-tinted in pinks, blues, yellows - and greens if a park is present. To help the user navigate the maps a 1-page Block Index (printed on the front pasted endpaper), 4-page Street Index and 5-Page Map Index (which include the "Explanations" or keys) are provided at the front of the book. The 191 plates follow. Book measures 16-3/4 x 11-3/4". An unusually well-preserved copy of this scarce, very desirable work. Additional photos available on request. Size: Folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        UNCOLLECTED WORK OF AUBREY BEARDSLEY. With an Introduction by C. Lewis Hind

      London The Bodley Head 1925 - First edition. With 162 plates, 155 reproducing drawings and artwork by Aubrey Beardsley, a number are in colour, and with plates are portraits and photos of Beardsley. 4to, publisher's original aqua-blue cloth with black lettering and pictorial designs on the upper cover and spine, in the rare dustjacket which reproduces the binding design in blue on gray paper. xxvi, 162 plates each preceded by numbered and captioned title sheets. A very fine and handsome copy, the cloth very fine and fresh, the textblock extremely clean, the jacket in extraordinary shape, in all quite superb with no noticeable faults. About as good a copy as one could ever hope for. FIRST EDITION IN THE RARE DUSTJACKET. A companion volume to THE EARLY WORK and THE LATER WORK which reproduces many early drawings from various books, drawings done for "Past and Present" (the magazine of the Brighton Grammar School), letters which include sketches, and other such drawings. Includes a portrait by Blanche, two by Sickert, three youthful photos, and a caricature by Max Beerbohm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Zentralblatt für Waggonbau-, Schiffbau-, Transportmittel-Industrie. Verbreitet in Mitteleuropa. 8. Jahrgang 1925 mit 52 Nummern.

      Gröning Itzehoe 1925 Je Heft mit ca. 12 - 16 Seiten ( = gesamt ca. 750 Seiten ) mit einigen Illustrationen und zahlreichen teils illustrierten Werbeanzeigen, teils auf weiteren eingebundenen Blättern.. Ohln, 4° (30,5 x 23 cm ). Einband stärker berieben und fleckig, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen. Innen Papier zeitbedingt gebräunt, Vorsätze stockfleckig, einige Seiten etwas fleckig oder stockfleckig, ( Die Zeitschrift erschien von 1918 - 1936 und ist im Handel so gut wie unauffindbar und ist auch in Bibliotheken selten ). ( Gewicht 2600 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Waggon, Waggonbau, Eisenbahn, Transport, Transportwesen, Schiffbau, Schiffahrt, Gröning, Zentralblatt, Google

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      Paris: Shakespeare and Company, 1925. Seventh printing. Extremities of binding scuffed; nice, discreet bookplate on front pastedown; slight damage to upper edges of two leaves.. Small 4to, 736pp, including errata at rear; t.e.g.; three-quarter morocco. The first edition of Joyce's great novel was famously published by Sylvia Beach's Shakespeare and Company in 1922 and is a highspot among all modern first editions. All of the Paris-printings of the book have become relatively uncommon. This copy, which does not include the original blue wrappers, is a presentable example. Slocum & Cahoon A17.

      [Bookseller: Locus Solus Rare Books]
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        [An Archive of Scranton Lace Company Sample Images]

      (Scranton, PA), (ca. 1925). 675+ gelatin silver photographs measuring 3.25” x 4” approx. depicting lace samples against a black background, item numbers pinned to lace. Some curling, else generally fine. Plus 140+ lace sample cyanotypes, measuring 4.75” x 3” approx. Generally very good. Plus 31 additional images in black-and-white: eight 15” x 12” approx., others various smaller sizes. With: faux-leather album measuring 13” x 11” approx. and titled “THE SCRANTON LACE COMPANY / Corner Glenn Street and Meylert Avenue” on paper label to front cover. Interior marked “curtains/table coverings book no. 3.” Contains 273 images of various sizes, cyanotype and gelatin silver mounted on black paper, some captioned with names of product lines. Plus: two invoices for yarn and other textiles. Joints and edges worn, several pages detached. Contents generally fine. A sizable archive of over 1,150 images from the Scranton Lace Company, a major manufacturer that operated from 1890 to 2002, consisting of samples used in home decor — primarily window treatments and table linens -— likely photographed for internal purposes. Composed mainly of product sample photographs, including images of intricate lace patterns against a dark background and with inventory numbers pinned to the sample. Several enlargements of full table cloths and settings also included, with those mounted in the album cut — with striking effect — to create the illusion of a three-dimensional perspective. More than 200 of the images are cyanotypes, which are notoriously fugitive to light and are here uncommonly well-preserved.  The company was a leading producer of decorative lace throughout the 1900s. Notably, the invoices and marginalia indicate at least some of these styles were made from Rayon, which had only debuted commercially in the U.S. in 1924. Also noteworthy, firm designer Hugh Rodham (likely responsible for many of the patterns pictured here) is the grandfather of Hillary Clinton. The bulk of the company’s extant archives are held by two regional museums: Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage and The Waverly Community House. A comprehensive representation of period lace styles, ranging from traditional to contemporary and art-deco patterns, all rendered in exquisite detail. We will note for purely self-serving reasons that two small lots of about 50 photos — both of a similar nature and from the same company — made more than $1000 each at the 2015 Swann vernacular photo auction.

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller]
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        Oberstdorf in Regenstimmung. Oberstdorf im Allgäu(\"). München - Berg Griegundkopf 63/2.

       Um 1925. Öl auf Leinwand. Spachtel- und Pinseltechnik im impressionistischen Stil. 60x80 cm (Bildformat). Rechts unten signiert und zusätzlich rs. alt ortsbezeichnet sowie mit Künstlernamen (Sign.?) u. mit weiterer Ortsangabe \'München\'. Inet / Wikipedia // TB // Coburg 1873-1939 München. -Die Titel- bzw. Ortshinweise alle rückseitig mit Pinsel in Schwarz auf der Leinwand unten, vermutlich vom Künstler selbst! -Gut gerahmt! Versand D: 6,50 EUR Orte in Bayern, Gebirgsorte, Oberstdorf im Allgäu, Gebirgsbilder, Ölbilder

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        [A collection of 5 manuscript drafts]

      1925. 49 pp. total, pen and ink on various paper and stationery. Light soiling and creasing. In a custom orange morocco-backed box and full morocco chemise. 49 pp. total, pen and ink on various paper and stationery. A collection of manuscripts from a period of intense productivity and travel. Walpole (1884-1941) traveled throughout the United States by rail during 1919-20 on the first of his five lecture tours of the country. He addresses the subject here in the manuscript "Lecturing in America". "He was a brilliant raconteur and made a considerable amount of money as a result of these talks" (ODNB). Comprising: i) "The Cathedral," autograph synopsis ("It give a history of a certain group of people and at the same time to be a comment on English life and beyond that a philosophy of life itself..."), signed "HW," occasional corrections, nine pages, four pages on Vanity Fair stationery, 2 January 1920; ii) "Letter XIII The Future of the English Novel," autograph essay ("...It is generally conceded I believe that there has been no period in English Literature when the average level of the novel has stood so high as it does now..."), signed "HS Walpole," eleven pages, all but two pages on Multnomah Hotel, Oregon stationery, 26 January 1920; iii) 'Lecturing in America', autograph essay reflecting on his first US lecture tour ("Many famous men from Dickens and Thackeray downwards gave given their opinions of this lecture adventure..."), signed "Hugh Walpole", scattered deletions, five pages, 26 January 1920; iv) "The Rose Tree in the Night," autograph synopsis ("This tale - it is that above everything else - is a modern Arabian night..."), signed "Hugh Walpole," nine pages, 12 February 1923; v) "The Crusaders, I: The Adventure of Mrs Farbman," incomplete autograph manuscript draft, scattered revisions and deletions, fifteen pages, [c.1925]; all 4to (11 x 8½ in.; 280 x 216 mm. and smaller); some light soiling and minor creasing. Red brown morocco chemise gilt and morocco-backed box.

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        Le Centaure - La Bacchante. Préface de Charles Maurras. Illustrations de Adolphe Giraldon.

      - Parijs, Plon Nourrit & Cie., 1925. Richly gilt dark green full morocco with subtle inlays of slightly darker green. Original wrappers and backstrip bound in. With a slipcase. Double flyleaves, the first pair in silk with an ornament in triple gilt borders, the second in gold and green cloudy paper. Top gilt. Illustrations cut in wood by Rita Dreyfus after designs by Adolphe Giraldon. The text has been typeset in the Giraldon of Deberny-Peignot, a type designed by Giraldon in 1900. Printed in 331 numbered copies. Slipcase a bit worn, spine just a trifle discolored.* A majestic book: the most important prose poems of De Guérin (1810-1839), one of 30 copies on Imperial Japanese paper with a double suite of all impression elements of the illustrations and vignettes on Japanese paper and on Chine (India paper). Deluxe binding, signed 'Flammarion'. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fokas Holthuis ILAB]
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        [Bible. John. Arabic] Al-Juz' al-Rabi' min al-Injil al-Muqaddas Ay Bisharat Yuhanna [Gospel of St. John in Arabic]

      [Cairo: Nile Mission Press, 1925. pp. [i, title], [ii, blank], [313, incipit], 314-408. Chromolithographic printing in Arabic, with text in black and illuminated ornamental borders in black, gilt, red, blue, in Islamicate style. A.C.L.S.M. at bottom left of title page. 1 vols. 8vo. Original black moire paper-covered boards. Spine worn, endpapers browned, extremities lightly rubbed. Inscribed and signed on the front flyleaf, "The illuminated Gospel of John, A sample of the work of the Nile Mission Press, S.M. Zwemer, Nov 11. 1925". pp. [i, title], [ii, blank], [313, incipit], 314-408. Chromolithographic printing in Arabic, with text in black and illuminated ornamental borders in black, gilt, red, blue, in Islamicate style. A.C.L.S.M. at bottom left of title page. 1 vols. 8vo. Presentation from S.M. Zwemer. Handsome example of the printing of the Nile Mission Press, inscribed by one of the prime movers of American missionary activities in Islamic lands. American missionary Samuel M. Zwemer (1867-1952) served in the Persian Gulf befor being assigned to Cairo, "the intellectual center of the Muslim world. There he taught in the theological seminary of the Arabian Mission and the Cairo Study Center, interacted regularly with Muslim students, preached extensively in Arabic and English, and worked with the Nile Mission Press in preparing Christian literature for Muslims" (ANB). Zwemer was later affiliated with the Princeton Theological Seminary. Zwemer established the American Christian Literature Society for Moslems (note initials on title page) and also founded The Moslem World, a quarterly he edited from 1911 to 1947. Uncommon. OCLC: 266187892 (copy at Cambridge lacking title page)

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        The Mathnawi. Edited from the oldest manuscripts available with critical notes, translation and commentary by R.A.Nicholson

      Leiden & London, 1925-1969, 8 volumes, large thick 8vo original gilt cloth. - First and second edition.

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        Lingual Exercises for Advanced Vocabularians.

      Cambridge: Privately printed at the University Press,, 1925. Octavo, 24 pp. Original brown buckram, titles to spine gilt, grey endpapers. With the card slipcase. A fine copy in the slipcase with some loss to top edge. First edition, limited issue, one of 99 copies. This copy inscribed by Sassoon on the limitation page, "Nellie Burton, with love from S.S." The recipient, Nellie Burton, was Robert Ross's devoted landlord and a good friend of Sassoon's, with whom he too took lodgings during and after the war.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Great Gatsby

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1925. Octavo. Original dark green cloth, gilt lettered spine, blind lettered front cover, top edge trimmed, others uncut. Housed in a custom black cloth slipcase. Small ownership inscription to front free endpaper. Very minor wear to tips, faint spotting to top edge and contents. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing, first state of the text: with "chatter" on p. 60, line 16, "northern" on p. 119, line 22, "it's" on p. 165, line 16, "away" on p. 165, line 29, "sick in tired" on p. 205, lines 9-10, and "Union Street station" on p. 211, lines 7-8.

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        Tales of Fishing Virgin Seas

      New York & London: Harper & Brothers, 1925. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Smith, Lillian Wilhelm. 4to. First edition as stated on copyright page along with the publisher's code, K-Z (see Rogers, pages 63-64). Complete. Over 100 photographs. Green cloth cover with gilt lettering. Inscribed in ink by Grey on the front free endpaper, "Kurt Battenhausen from Zane Grey". Sound binding with intact hinges. Clean. Almost no wear to the cover. Minor wear to the lightly sunned dust jacket. A fishing classic. A wonderful account of Grey's real life adventures throughout the Pacific. Filled with tales of his experience being the first person to fish in many locales including the Galapagos Islands and Cabo San Lucas.

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      Boni and Liveright, New York 1925 - INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper: "To/Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant--/Eugene O'Neill." Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant published her first article in 1910 in McCLURE'S MAGAZINE where she met Willa Cather, who was working as an editor there. Sergeant became one of the original contributors to THE NEW REPUBLIC and was sent by the magazine to Paris in 1917 to cover the war. Her own experience of being seriously wounded by a grenade was the basis for her book, SHADOW-SHAPES: THE JOURNAL OF A WOUNDED WOMAN (1920). Upon her return to the United States and on her doctor's advice, she moved to Taos, New Mexico, where she wrote about the Pueblo Indians and New Mexico until moving to New York in the mid-1930s. She authored several books and many biographical profiles of writers and other important American figures Spine dull but readable with light wear to the tips. Very Good, lacking the dustwrapper [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Cuno Amiet.

      Bern: Stäpfli & Cie., 1925. - 65 S. Text mit Textabb., 90 s/w Tafeln u. 2 Farbtafeln, 4°, HPergament mit Marmorpapierbezug, mit Romabütten-Vorsätzen, goldiger Rückentitel, illustrierter OUmschlag eingebunden, Nr. 7 von 250, auf Titelseite hinten signiert von C. Amiet mit Bleistift. Guter Zustand. - - - BITTE BEACHTEN SIE: Auf Grund der besonderen Versandkostenvorgaben von AbeBooks und ZVAB (der Preis richtet sich nicht nach Gewicht, sondern nach Anzahl der Artikel), kann es bei schwereren oder mehrbändigen Werken zu höheren Portokosten kommen. BEI UNSICHERHEIT FRAGEN SIE UNS BITTE ZUVOR AN. - - - PLEASE NOTE: Because of AbeBooks' and ZVAB?S special requirements for shipping fees (price is per item, not per weight) shipping charges may be higher with heavy books or when comprising several volumes. PLEASE CONTACT US BEFOREHAND IN CASE OF UNCERTAINTY. - - - 2520 g 1 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Im Seefeld / Ernst Jetzer]
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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Berlin, [ca. 1925]. - 1 S. Gr.-4to. In Bleistift. Mit gedrucktem Briefkopf und eh. Umschlag. An Frl. Lina Roos: „[.] hier das einzige Billet was noch zu haben. Sollten Sie [es] indessen nicht mehr brauchen, so bitte ich, es mir zurückzuschicken, da es damit diesmal sehr knapp ist [.]". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH]
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        Ueber den Zusammenhang des Abschlusses der Elektronengruppen im Atom mit der Komplexstruktur der Spektren”

      Berlin, Julius Springer 1925 - The Pauli Exclusion Principle: “Ueber den Zusammenhang des Abschlusses der Elektronengruppen im Atom mit der Komplexstruktur der Spektren” in Zeitschrift fuer Physik, volume 31, p. 765, 1925. Offered in the full volume. Very nicely bound in cloth and marbled boards. "Soon thereafter [after his completion of his doctoral thesis [“Über das Modell der Wasserstoffmolekülions”]he began to work on the anomalous Zeeman effect. as he reports in his Nobel lecture, these studies finally culminated in the discovery of the exclusion principle, announced in “Ueber den Zusammenhang des Abschlusses der Elektronengruppen im Atom mit der Komplexstruktur der Spektren” (Zeitschrift für physik. 31 [1925], 765)." See also NATURE Milestones 3/Spin: "At the moment physics is again terribly confused. In any case, it is too difficult for me, and I wish I had been a movie comedian or something of the sort and had never heard of physics."--W. Pauli, 1925. **Also included in this volume: Heisenberg: "Über eine Anwendung des Korrespondenzprinzips auf die Frage der Polarisation des Floureszenzlichtes"; Einstein, "Bemerkung zu P. Jordans Abhandlung "Zur Theorie der Quantenstrahlung"; Pauli: "Über den Einfluss der Geschwindigkeitsabhängigkeit der Elektronenmasse auf den Zeemaneffekt", and others. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die Farblichtmusik.

      ix, 71 pp. text on the experimental idea of Color-Light-Music, with chapters on the history of color and parallel tone, the teachings of Color-Light-Music, and the color-music piano invented by László (Farblichtklavier), table of contents, scattered tables, charts, and illustrations, 8 full-page plates (3 in color), 4 loose plates with color charts, and a loose articulated color wheel. Scattered foxing, especially to endpapers and fore-edges. 8vo. Orig. illus. wrpps. Leipzig (Breitkopf & Hartel) 1925.

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        La Ciutat & la Casa: Revista d'Arquitectura i Arts Aplicades. (Subtitle starting with issue 3: Revista D'Arquitectura, Arqueologia, & Bells Oficis.) Year I, no. 1 (January 1925) through Year III, no. 7 (1927) (all published).

      Complete run of 7 issues, bound in two volumes, of the irregularly published serial devoted to architecture, archaeology, interior decoration, and garden design, with a focus on Catalan works but with some international material, contributions by numerous noted scholars, profusely illustrated throughout after photographs, plans, elevations, and some mounted wall-paper samples. 4to. Later 1/2 leather and boards, orig. wrpps. bound in. Barcelona (Llibreria Catalonia) 1925-1927.

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        The Female Figure (First Edition)

      New York: Arthur Allen Studios, 1925. Photo album portfolio sold to subscribers by Allen from his Arthur Allen Studios circa 1915-1925, containing more than 40 pages of original nude photographic prints pasted onto stiff pages. Each photo is discreetly rubber stamped (1 to 40) at the bottom right corner. Each leaf has between two and four different images, with many leaves showing four separate poses of the same model. The final three pages of the portfolio were issued blank, but include 22 additional contemporary photographic and card stock images tipped in, likely their intended use by the publisher. The first page includes a tipped in title page and a bound in brochure announcing this particular series (along with a pencil note, "Received 19 Ap 1923") and predicting: "We are entering a period of nudity." Allen (1886-1962) was a pioneer in nude photography who was unique in that his models displayed certain regions of the female form not documented by other photographers of the time. Allen claimed this was not for salacious reasons, but rather his earnest attempt to display the entirety of nude figure for artistic and "democratic" ideals. He explained in his biography, "To see womankind entirely nude would place all women on equality. And it would be only their true mental and physical charm that would lift them from the ordinary." Allen was arrested and indicted on several occasions during the 1920s for distributing obscene material but continued undaunted. He further pushed the boundaries with a portfolio of women from other races and a film of nude woman performing choreographed routines and military drills. Eventually he became a photographer for the Elysium Foundation, a nudist society, before fading into obscurity. An interesting and arresting (how could we resist) collection of images from the early part of the twentieth century by an unsung pioneer in nude photography. Quarto. 40 pages, string bound textured paper wrappers. Very Good overall. Moderate wear to the extremities with some waviness to the pages and some photos lifting at the corners but all still firmly secured.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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