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        [Scrapbook and Photo Album]: Islip High School Sports

      Islip, New York. 1928-1930. Quarto. String-tie album with black cloth boards, gilt stamped "Scrap Book" on the front with 50 leaves. Very good with the front board detached but present and the pages moderately tone. A scrapbook and photo album concerned with two years of basketball, baseball, and track at Islip High School on Long Island, New York, 1928-1930, all dealing with the sporting activities of star basketball center and baseball pitcher Frank Sindler. Islip, NY, 1928-1930. The albums contains 15 gelatin silver photographs, newspaper clippings, including game recaps, box scores, previews of upcoming matches, feature stories, etc., along with event programs, a broadside announcement of a game, photographs of Sindler's coach and teammates, letters of recommendation from his high school principal and teachers, cloth letters or patches, particpant numbers, etc. The final few leaves hold similar material regarding the fall semester of Sindler's freshman year at Alfred University where he was on the football team. Sindler was clearly a star on the Islip High School basketball and baseball teams his junior and senior seasons, frequently leading the basketball team in scoring and turning in a no-hitter among his many wins for the baseball team; he went on to study at Auburn University, became an architect, and lived for decades designing buildings in Pensacola, Florida. A detailed look at New York high school sports, through the eyes of one participant, in the opening years of the Great Depression. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Archive of 22 autograph letters signed to David W. Nevins of New York City

      Moscow, 1928-1930. Substantial and revealing collection of correspondence from a young VOKS aparatchik to one David W. Nevins, proprietor of a New York travel agency called "The Open Road," through which he organized educational and cultural tours to the Soviet Union. Schlossberg, a Moscow University student who (we deduce from context) made her living in the summers as a tour guide and English, apparently befriended Nevins on one of his earlier trips to Moscow, when she served as his interpreter. In this group of letters, written over a roughly two-year period, we witness a young woman of the first Revolutionary generation speaking enthusiastically, even effusively, about her appreciation for the New Russia and also of her enthusiasm for the United States (she longs to visit New York City), its language (she repeatedly requests from Nevins the gift of an English slang dictionary), and especially its literature, which she receives in regular installments from her correspondent and which she devours at an impressive rate. Though the content of the letters is seldom straightforwardly political, they do give an excellent idea of life in Moscow in the decade following the Revolution, and especially of the comparative openness of East-West relations prior to the Second World War. Nevins and Schlossberg maintain a lively correspondence and frequently trade gifts of books and magazines. Among the many publications Schlossberg sends thanks for are The New Masses (in which Nevins apparently advertised his travel agency); a large collection of the Haldeman-Julius Little Blue Books; Michael Gold's Jews Without Money; and several works by John Dos Passos, whom Schlossberg regards as the greatest American novelist. Schlossberg also mentions meeting, in her capacity as tour guide, a number of American leftist luminaries including Robert Minor, William Gropper, Dos Passos and Scott Nearing. As noted by Ludmilla Stern in her Western Intellectuals and the Soviet Union 1920-1940 (Oxford: 2007) the years 1928-29 were momentous ones not only for the Soviet Union in general but especially for VOKS, the international cultural bureau for which the young Ms. Schlossberg worked. After Lenin's death attitudes towards foreigners in Russia grew increasingly suspicious; tour groups from the West came under greater and greater scrutiny, and we suspect it is no accident that Schlossberg's correspondence ends in 1930, the period of Stalin's consolidation of power and of an increasingly belligerent Russian stance towards the United States. As for biographical material on Schlossberg and Nevins, neither appears to have left much of a trace; we find no record in the Googleverse of Nevins's travel agency, and the only reference we find to Schlossberg is in a footnote to a 1999 scholarly article on the development of the Soviet propaganda publication USSR in Construction, where she is identified as still working for VOKS in 1931. Twenty-two manuscript letters, all but two with original stamped mailing envelopes, together with related ephemera including one small photographic print, several negatives, and three printed items. Text in (nearly flawless) English. Most letters 3-4pp (ca 300-500 words) on folded stationery, a few pieces with printed letterhead of the 2nd Moscow State University. Expected tears to mailing envelopes; occasional soil or fading to letters; generally Very Good or better.

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        TEN VIEWS OF FUJI: UMAGAESHI: The Horse Turn-Back. [Color Woodblock Print of Japan's North Alps]

      Japan, 1928. - Yoshida. Oban color woodcut print,Jizuri-selfpencil signed title & signature, lower margin, brush signed,26.8 x 41.5 cm., minor toning, else clean, Japanese title,date, "Jizuri" in left margin. FIRST PRINTING Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        Le grand silence blanc -

      Mornay 1928 -, Paris - 1 volume. In-4 237 pp. Sous étui bordé. Reliure plein maroquin en 2 tons brun et fauve. Titre doré sur dos à nerfs, filet à froid vertical au centre des plats. Tête dorée. Couverture illustrée éditeur conservée. Reliure signée BLAIZOT. Avec 36 compositions dans le texte dont la vignette de titre et le frontispice, très nombreuses lettrines, culs-de-lampe et ornements par Clarence GAGNON. Excellent état. TIRAGE LIMITE à 725 exemplaires numérotés. Celui-ci un des 650 sur Rives. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Six Poems

      New York: The Latterday Pamphlets. 1928. First. First edition. Stapled wrappers. Short splits at the spine ends, a very good copy. One of 225 copies. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        My Hunting Sketch Book [and] My Hunting Sketch Book Volume Two

      1928. first edition. The Large-Paper Edition DeLuxe - Signed by Lionel EdwardsEDWARDS, Lionel. My Hunting Sketch Book [and] My Hunting Sketch Book Volume Two. Written and Illustrated by Lionel Edwards, R.I. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode Limited, 1928-1930. Large-Paper Copies. Limited to 255 and copies and 185 copies signed by Lionel Edwards (these being copies #155 and 90 respectively). The mounted color frontispiece in volume one is also signed by Lionel Edwards.Two folio volumes (12 7/16 x 10 1/8 inches: 315 x 258 mm.). xiv, 28, [1, blank], [1, colophon], 2, blank] pp., with fifteen mounted color plates; xvi, 40, [1, blank], [1, colophon], 2, blank] pp., with twelve mounted color and nine black and white plates.Publishers quarter vellum over red cloth boards, front covers titled in gilt, top edge gilt, others uncut. Slight rubbing to corners, otherwise a fine set.Volume one with the Sporting Gallery exhibition announcement dated November 1928 for the original drawings for "My Hunting Sketch Book" laid in.Lionel Edwards (1878-1966) was a British artist who specialized in painting horses and other aspects of British country life. He is best known for his hunting scenes but also painted pictures of horse racing, shooting and fishing. He provided illustrations for Country Life, The Sphere, The Graphic and numerous books. His artistic output was remarkable: he wrote almost 30 books and illustrated many more, including editions of Black Beauty, Lorna Doone and The Black Arrow, in addition to numerous private commissions. He became a member of the Royal Cambrian Academy of Art in 1926 and the Royal Institute in 1927. His favorite medium was watercolor, although he used oils more in his later years.

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        The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism and Capitalism

      Brentano's Publishers, 1928First Edition, First PrintingEmail us via the Bailey Books seller homepage for a technical description and additional photos. Response within 24 hours. We provide swift and professional service.

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        Lady Chatterley's Lover.

      Florence Privately Printed by the Tipografia Giuntina directed by L. Franceschini 1928 - First edition, number 572 of 1,000 copies only, signed by the author, Royal 8vo., superbly bound in full maroon morocco, bespoke gilt spine, Japanese endpapers, top edge gilt and others untrimmed as published. An exceptionally clean and possibly unread copy in a very handsome modern binding. This novel shines as an example of Lawrence's finite skill in conveying the nature of relationships and his use of characters to communicate his personal philosophy. His depiction of love-making (seen as shocking at the time) and the intimacy and sense of touch derives from his wish to restore an emphasis on the body and balance it with what he perceived to be Western civilisation's over-emphasis on the mind. Lawrence's writing and opinions earned him many enemies, censorship and misrepresentation of his creativity, which was his reflection on the dehumanising effects of modernity and industrialisation, while also exploring issues such as emotional health, vitality, spontaneity and instinct. To avoid British censorship and certain prosecution, this edition of Lady Chatterley's Lover was published privately in Florence therefore not only is it the first edition but the first unexpurgated edition, which would not be seen in the U. K. until 1960. Even then, the publisher, Penguin stood trial under the Obscene Publications Act of 1959, in which one of the objections was to the frequent use of the word 'fuck'. The prosecution was ridiculed for being out of touch with changing social opinions, particularly when the Chief Prosecutor, Mervyn Griffith-Jones asked if it were the kind of book 'you would wish your wife or servants to read.' The jury was less prudish and acquitted Penguin on all charges. Roberts A42, Connolly 57. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Typed Letter Signed ("A. Einstein") with Autograph Postscript, in German

      Berlin, October 19, 1928 - 4to. 2 pp. Punch holes. On his personal letterhead. Einstein writes to Reichenbach (1891-1953), a colleague and important expositor of Relativity, to suggest to him a clearer way of explaining one aspect of his theory. He opens the letter by saying (in translation): "I think the logical presentation that you give of my theory is indeed possible, but it's not the simplest one." After providing a list of four possibilities for "increasing specialization regarding the distant comparison of vectors" he comments: "Of course one can also start with an affine connection and specialize either by introducing a metric or by introducing integrability conditions; i.e. do it the way you did. But this is less simple, less natural." He goes on to assert that "[t]he naturalness of the field of structure envisaged by me seems indisputable to me. I will only know in a few months whether this construction contains deeper traits of reality; for the problems needed to be solved to make this decision are not at all easy." The letter ends with a postscript in Einstein's hand, inviting Reichenbach and his wife to tea, noting "Schrödinger is supposed to come as well."

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        Aubrey Beardsley. The Man And His Work. With Illustrations.

      John Lane The Bodley Head 1928 - Minor shelf wear/small marking to the green cloth boards. A light tan to the page edges, which are untrimmed. Otherwise in good condition for its age. Good condition is defined as: a copy that has been read but remains in clean condition. All of the pages are intact and the cover is intact and the spine may show signs of wear. The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned. Most items will be dispatched the same or the next working day. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Revival Books Ltd]
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        Launching the Boat - Little Diomede Island, Plate 704 from The North American Indian. Portfolio XX

      University Press of Cambridge, Mass., and Plimpton Press, Norwood, Mass., Massachusetts 1928 - The North American Indian. Vol.20 Written, Illustrated and Published by Edward Curtis. Foreword By Theodore Roosevelt. Ex Libris, Rochester Public Library, stamp l.l. Published: University Press of Cambridge, Mass., and Plimpton Press, Norwood, Mass. Medium: Sepia printed photogravure engraving on Van Gelder paper. Photogravure by Suffolk Engr. Co., Cambridge Mass., 1928 Dimensions: Paper size 22 x 17 3/4", p.m. 17 5/8 x 12 7/8"

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        TARZAN LORD OF THE JUNGLE

      Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co.,. 1928. original green cloth, front and spine panels stamped in brown.. 15x16 mm rectangle inked out at upper right corner of the front free. endpaper, else a fine copy in very good four-color pictorial dust. jacket (reproducing painting by J. Allen St. John on front panel). with light wear at spine ends. minute chips at corner tips, a 25 mm. closed tear at top edge of the front spine fold and two smaller. closed tears elsewhere, four minute internal tape mends, and a bit of. dust soiling to the spine panel. Overall, the jacket is bright and. attractive. (#151486). First edition, first printing. Total of 7500 copies printed. Four printings, second through fourth so marked on verso of title leaf. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 326. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 124. Bleiler (1978), p. 36. Reginald 02330. Heins LJ-1.

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        Die ägyptische Helena. Oper in zwei Aufzügen. Leipzig, Insel 1928. 4to. 95 S. Handgebundener Orig.-Maroquinbd. mit Rückentitel, Titelprägung u. Kopfgoldschnitt. (Signiert Gerhard Prade, Leipzig).

      0 - 1. Druck der Mainzer Presse, 1928 hergestellt für den Insel Verlag zu Leipzig. Eines von 75 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe auf Japanpapier in handgebundenem Ganzmaroquin. Der Druckvermerk eigenhändig von Hugo von Hofmannsthal signiert. Tadellos erhalten. - Rodenberg 511. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The House at Pooh Corner

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd,, 1928. With Decorations by Ernest H. Shepard. Octavo. Original pink cloth, titles to spine and pictorial design to front board gilt, top edge gilt, illustrated endpapers. With the pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated throughout by E. H. Shepard. Contemporary bookseller's ticket to front pastedown. Light spotting to fore and bottom edges of text block, free endpapers partially tanned. An excellent copy in a bright jacket with small surface loss to spine panel affecting part of author's name, a few tiny closed tears and tape repairs to the verso. First edition, first impression, of the fourth Winnie-the-Pooh book, in which Tigger makes his first appearance.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Es war einmal. Illustriert von weiland Heinrich Leffler. Buchschmuck von Bernd Steiner.

      Wien, M. Munk, o. J. [1928].. o. Pag. [31 Bll.] OHlwd.. EA. Mit 12 farbigen llustrationen von H. Leffler. - Etw. angestaubt, kl. Randläsuren, leichte Gbrsp. Gutes Expl.

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        Ulysses

      Paris: Shakespeare and Company,, 1928. Small quarto (203 x 158 mm). Finely bound for Brentano's of Paris in red half morocco, spine gilt in compartments with titles direct, marbled sides, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers. Housed in its original yellow card slipcase Small closed tear to pp. 227?-8 affecting a couple of letters; slipcase slightly worn and with a few partial splits. A bright copy in excellent condition. Tenth edition, one of the key Paris printings. A lovely copy in an attractive French binding for the American bookshop's famous Paris branch on the Avenue de l'Opéra. Ulysses was originally published by Shakespeare and Company in 1922.

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        Die Pyramide. Volume 14, 12 Vols

      Sieben Stäbe-Verlags- und Druckerei-Gesellschaft M.B.H., Berlin-Zehlendorf 1928 - Folio. 12 issues. Magazines housed in printed tan cloth portfolio with gilt ruling and red/brown lettering on cover and spine. Bauen und Wohnen der Zeit. Neue Folge der Wohnkunst - vereinigt mit der Münchener Halbmonatschrift Die Raumkunst - Das bürgerliche Heim - Internationale Monatshefte fuer Baukunst, Raumkunst, Werkkunst. A scarce collection of this international magazine on Architecture. Profusely illustrated with annotated offset reproductions of b/w photographs covering contemporary architecture, interior design and art. Regular contributors to the magazine were Peter Behrens, Marcell Breuer, Bruno Paul, Bruno and Max Taut, among others. Text in German and English. Portfolio with wear along edges, 3" tear at front joint of head of spine, small tears at bottom and rubbed. Some staining and discoloration to cover. Some creasing and chipping to edges of magazines. Overall in good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        The Siamese Cat

      Brentano's, New York, U.S.A. 1928 - A fantastic copy of this scarce book with inscription by the author; 'To John Gould Fletcher with the compliments of Leon Underwood' There is a further rather cryptic inscription below that reads; 'If the desires of a S cat are in rapport with those of a rhinoceroses it will please me to hear from him'. This is one of 2,500 copies printed. Both book and protected jacket are in extremely good condition. John Gould Fletcher was the first Southern Poet to win the Pulitzer Prize. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Press-Comments on the Siamese Embassy to England (1857-1858)

      White Lotus, Bangkok 1928 - Press-Comments on the Siamese Embassy to England (1857-1858) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Millions of Cats

      Coward-McCann, New York 1928 - Limited Edition of 250 copies printed. This copy is authentically SIGNED by Wanda Gag. An attractive copy with the ORIGINAL publisher's slipcase that has been professionally repaired. The book is in excellent condition. The binding is tight with and the boards are crisp. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A wonderful copy SIGNED by the author and housed in a custom clamshell slipcase for preservation. We buy SIGNED Wanda Gag First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Voiage and Travaille of Sir John Maundevile Knt. Which treateth of the Way to Hierusalem; and of Marvayles of Inde, with other Ilands and Countreyes

      New York: Printed at San Francisco, by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn for the Random House, 1928. One of only 150 copies, this no.30. 31 illustrations by Valenti Angelo plus 34 initials and numerous paragraph marks illuminated by hand also by Angelo which were copied from early books and manuscripts. Printed in Rudolf Koch's Gothic type. Folio, binding of wooden boards, skilfully rebacked by Sangorski in morocco (which has been slightly rubbed at the bottom), generally a very good copy. In terms of design and execution, this is thought by many to be the most desirable book of the Press, especially with its content of Mandeville's early guide for Holy Land pilgrims which takes us through Turkey, Persia, India, Egypt &c. Bernard Cerf certainly approved - the Grabhorns had intended to sell all 150 themselves but when Cerf saw the proofs he bought the entire edition for Random House. Booklabel of Clarence B. Hanson Jr. on the verso of the front free endpaper.

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        Persian Pictures. With a Preface by Sir E. Denison Ross

      London: Ernest Benn Limited, 1928., 1928. FIRST EDITION, INSCRIBED BY BELL'S SISTER. Octavo, pp.198. Bound in publisher's green cloth with title and author's name in gilt lettering to spine, with a decorative gilt border at endcaps. In a simple cream dustjacket with book details printed in black to front of jacket, with an illustration of a (presumably) Persian man on horseback, shooting a bow and arrow. Dustjacket also features a small review/description reading 'This book of travellers' tales, in every way worthy to rank with Kinglake's EOTHEN, was written at the age of 26, after her first visit to the East. It fills the gap of two years in her letters and also sets out the reasons for the fascination which that romantic part of the world always had for her. It is a book full of charm and shrewd observation.' Cloth boards in excellent condition, with limited signs of wear, one faint mark to rear board, all corners bumped, endcaps very slightly pushed, gilt lettering is a little dulled, top edge gilt, fore edge shows spotting, personal stamp of Sir Percy Cox, one of the major figures in the creation of Iraq, attractively mounted to pastedown. Text block very clean throughout, excepting some minor browning toward very first and final few leaves. Inscription reads, 'To Sir Percy Cox, With much gratitude. Florence Bell, 1928'. Dustjacket in like condition, with some dustiness, discolouration at spine, darkened along creases, with some negligible chips (primarily at spine), flaps very clean. An excellent copy. The book's ownership has imparted it with a fascinating legacy.

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        Airmen Or Noahs; Fair Play For Our Airmen: The Great 'Neon' Air Myth Exposed

      Published by Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons Ltd., Parker Street, Kingsway, London First Edition 1928. 1928. First edition hard back binding in publisher's original navy blue cloth covers, gilt title and author lettering to the spine, gilt RAF eagle to the front cover, publisher's decorated end papers. 8vo. 8½'' x 6''. Contains 448 printed pages of text with tissue-guarded coloured frontispiece from a water-colour by Russell Flint and 3 other similar plates, 55 monochrome photographs, 3 of them folding, folding plan. Lower spine end turned-in with tiny rubs, foxing to the closed page edges. Very Good condition book in Very Good condition dust wrapper with chips to the upper spine end, age darkening to the panels, 25/- to the spine. Publisher's review copy slip dated 11th June, 1928, loosely enclosed. Dust wrapper supplied in archive acetate film protection, it does not adhere to the book or to the dust wrapper. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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        Old Stone House - Diomede Island, Pl. 706 from The North American Indian. Portfolio XX

      University Press of Cambridge, Mass., and Plimpton Press, Norwood, Mass., Massachusetts 1928 - The North American Indian. Vol.20 Written, Illustrated and Published by Edward Curtis. Foreword By Theodore Roosevelt. Ex Libris, Rochester Public Library, stamp l.l. Published: University Press of Cambridge, Mass., and Plimpton Press, Norwood, Mass. Medium: Sepia printed photogravure engraving on Van Gelder paper. Photogravure by Suffolk Engr. Co., Cambridge Mass., 1928 Dimensions: Paper size 22 x 17 3/4", p.m. 17 5/8 x 12 7/8"

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        Die Nordsee.

      - (Hilversum, De Heuvelpers, 1928). 24,1 x 17,5 cm. Oorspronkelijk, verguld soepel perkament. In linnen foedraal. Gezet uit de Meidoorn-letter en gedrukt in groen en zwart in een oplage van 125 op de pers genummerde exemplaren.* Tweede uitgave van De Heuvelpers van S.H. de Roos. Mooi exemplaar in heelperkament met Duitstalige prospectus, eveneens in twee kleuren gedrukt.

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        Scriptura sacra et monumenta orientis antiqui. Tilmun, Bahrain, Paradise.

      Rome, Pontificio Istituto Biblico, 1928.. Small folio (224 x 305 mm). 34 pp., lithographed throughout. With three map sketches in the text, one repeated as title vignette. 20th century library binding.. Early English-language description of Bahrain, rendered by the Jesuit Eric R. Burrows (1882-1938), discussing the Arabian island as possible location of Paradise in the Sumerian, Phoenician, and even Quranic tradition. Includes German notes at the end by the Jesuit Deimel. Includes bibliographical references. Published as 2nd issue of the "Scriptura sacra et monumenta orientis antiqui" series (Orientalia: commentarii de rebus Assyro-Babylonicis, Arabicis, Aegyptiacis etc. 30); removed from the Chicago Theological Seminary - Hammond Library (bookplate on inside upper cover). - OCLC 3508880.

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        Good Morning City. Bleeding Town. [Original-Farbserigrafie und Metallprägung / original colored silkscreen and metalic embossment].

      0 - Friedensreich Hundertwasser, geboren 1928 in Wien, gestorben auf der Queen Elizabeth II. vor Neuseeland. Nummer 6518 von 10000 nummerierten Original-Farbserigrafien. Eins von 200 Exemplaren der Serie HH "Black Clouds, Grass Tower. Metalic windows Blue". Mit 2 japanischen Stempeln, der geprägten Werknummer "686" und der Bezeichnung "Giudecca 1969". Mit dem Namenszug in der Darstellung und betitelt, signiert "Friedensreich, 24. März 1970 auf Regentag bei Lubi". Zweimal nummeriert: Bei der oberen Nummerierung ist zu erkennen, das zunächst die Nummer 6517 vergeben wurde, diese wurde ausgebessert, neu daruntergeschrieben, zusätzlich wurde diese Änderung von Hundertwasser durch Signatur "Hundertwasser" bestätigt. Mit Prägestempel der Galerie Dorothea Leonhart in München und 3 weiteren Stempeln. Im Rand mit Farbmuster. In 10 Farben und 8 Metallfarben auf Fabriano gedruckt. Maße Blatt: 85,0 x 55,5 cm. Maße Platte / Abbildung: 76,5 x 47,0 cm. Blatt im Randbereich teils minimalst gedunkelt, ansonsten sehr gutes Exemplar. Number 6518 of 10000 original numbered colored silkscreens on fabiano. One of two hundred copies of the series HH "Black Clouds, Grass Tower. Metalic windows Blue". Signed by Hundertwasser "Friedensreich, 24. März 1970 auf Regentag bei Lubi", signed twice next to the number with "Hundertwasser". Measure sheet: 85,0 x 55,5 cm. Measure plate / image: 76,5 x 47,0 cm. Few parts at the border area lightly darkened, otherwise fine condition. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Boys Book of Chemistry: A Simple Explanation of Up-To-Date Chemistry, Together with Many Easily Made Experiments

      E. P. Dutton & Company, New York. Hardcover. Rare! September 1928. Sixth Printing. E. P. Dutton & Company, New York., 265 pages, Profusely Illustrated by Author. 1 lb 2 oz. (7.625 x 5.5 x 1.25 inches Red Hardcover gold lettering in fair chipped dust jacket) Good Condition. light edge-wear, high quality sewn binding stretched in numerous places, 1-inch page tear on illustration page opposite title page along bottom inner edge, Text is Clean and Unmarked! Next Day Shipping! Title: The Boys Book of Chemistry: A Simple Explanation of Up-To-Date Chemistry, Together with Many Easily Made Experiments by Charles Ramsey Clarke. Contents Summary: When Chemistry was Young; The Apparatus and Chemicals You Need; Experimenting with Water; About the Gases We Call Air; Some other Common Gases; What Acids, Bases, and Salts Are; Metals, Alloys, and Amalgams; Practical Chemistry Simply Explained; Some Brilliant Chemical Tests; Chemistry In and Around the House; The Electro-Chemical Arts; The Chemistry of Photography, The Soil, and The Chemistry of Warfare; Synthetic Chemistry for Beginners, Plus Appendices. Biblio . Good. 1928. September 1928, 6th Printing Edition .

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        Eigenh. Manuskript mit U.

      [Berlin, 11. Dezember 1928]. - 2¼ SS. auf 3 Bll. 4to. Sehr eindringliche Reflexion über das eigene Schaffen, über Bühne und Film und Kunst im Allgemeinen und auch über Berlin, wo der Schriftsteller sich gerade aufhielt, um einer Aufführung seines Stücks „Der Zinker" beizuwohnen, das zur selben Zeit, eben am 11. Dezember, unter dem Titel „The sign of the Leopard" am Broadway seine Premiere feierte: „It is two o’clock in the morning and very cold. Does Berlin ever go to sleep? It is the most restless and yet the most restful city in the world. It has the hum of London but there are times when London is quiet and the streets are deserted but in Berlin the night revellers going home meet the early risers going to work . there will be snow I think – I can smell it in the air. I suppose I should be wise and go to bed. But to leave a play that is three parts written is very difficult for me. Still I can get up early in the morning. I wonder how ‚Der Zinker’ will be received? The company is an excellent one, but it is curious to listen to your own play in a language which you cannot understand. And yet it is fascinating to listen to these rich German voices and watch the actors move and gesticulate . It is eight o’clock in New York, the curtain is up on the premiere of ‚Der Zinker’ (they call it ‚The Sign of the Leopard’ there)[.] Will Carl Brandt telephone me from New York . I wonder what sort of a girl is playing the principal role? Some German girls have a certain appealing beauty [.] What was the name of that girl I met yesterday? [.] I should like to be able to read what t[he] German correspondent wrote about my views on art. So many English people use the word ‚art’ when they mean ‚aesthetic’. They tell me I am not an artist because I write about criminals. Other people are artists when they write about God and show him in plus fours [d. s. kurze Hosen, die zehn Zentimeter unters Knie reichen und im Allgemeinen zum Sport getragen werden]. I have my own views on the personal God but there are millions of people to whom he is something real and beautiful. Why wound the spirit of millions of good people? It is like desecrating the grave of a mans mother. But it may be good art. I don’t know. I am bourgeoisie I suppose . Half past two . taxis and cars still rolling to and from the Brandenburger Tor. A restless friendly city. How hard everybody works and how serious they are . They work hard on the stage and in the studios . there were two or three English actors in the cinema-studio I visited this afternoon. They were sorry that the film was finishing . Everybody had been so kind to them[.] ‚My God they work hard!’ said one ‚but they work to schedule! You know exactly what you have to do and when you have to do it!’ . Bed is a nice place but that wedge shaped bolster under your head is an abomination . What was the name of that young German actress? . Very lovely . I wonder how she would film? . God in plus fours . art has many expressions [.]". – Tls. mit winzigen Randläsuren, sonst sehr wohlerhalten, wenn auch etwas fleckig.

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        THE LONESOMEST DOLL

      Houghton Mifflin Company 1928 - 1st 1928. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. A charming story of the proud little queen and her beautiful lonesome doll. 31 unique illustrations including four in colour. Attractive tan pictorial cloth, black title to spine. A rare Rackham title being published only in America. Spine just very slightly bumped. Pale stain to front cover which is hardly noticeable. Tiny bookseller's stamp to front pastedown. Inscription in pencil to front endpaper. Very light water stain to margins of pages in second half of book. Pages very lightly browned. First gathering pulled at hinges and slightly misaligned. Closed tear to gutter edges of first gathering. Prelims almost detached. Pictorial dustwrapper is slightly grubby with a few light stains, chipped at corners with a few small edge-tears. Difficult to find in good condition due to paper used being of poor quality, this is an exceptionally bright copy, rare in original wrapper. [S] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Verlainiens et décadents EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Editions Marcel Seheur, 1928. Fine. Editions Marcel Seheur, Paris 1928, 13,5x18cm, relié. - First edition, one of 50 numbered copies on Holland, deluxe edition. Binding half morocco cherry, back with five nerves, golden tail date marbled paper plates, paper contreplats guards and the tank cover and spine preserved (insolated back and filled with a missing head), gilded head, elegant binding signed P. Goy & C. Vilaine. Rare autograph dated and signed by the author Mr. Crottet. Iconography. Nice copy pleasantly established. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 50 exemplaires numérotés sur Hollande, tirage de tête. Reliure en demi maroquin cerise, dos à cinq nerfs, date dorée en queue, plats de papier marbré, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, couvertures et dos conservés (dos insolé et comportant un manque comblé en tête), tête dorée, élégante reliure signée de P. Goy & C. Vilaine. Rare envoi autographe daté et signé de Gustave Le Rouge à Monsieur Crottet. Iconographie. Bel exemplaire agréablement établi.

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        107 Recettes Ou Curiosités Culinaires Receuillies Par Paul Poiret, Président Honoraire Du Club Des "Purs Cent", Suivies De Quelques Pages De publicité Gratuite Par Sébastien Voirol

      1928. POIRET, Paul. 107 Recettes Ou Curiosités Culinaires Receuillies Par Paul Poiret, Président Honoraire Du Club Des "Purs Cent", Suivies De Quelques Pages De publicité Gratuite Par Sébastien Voirol. [6], 212, [2] pp. Illustrated with 107 plates by Allix. 4to., bound in contemporary three-quarter brown morocco over marbled boards, preserving the original front wrapper. Paris: Henri Jonquières et Cie, 1928. |~||~||~||~| A book of recipes collected by the self-proclaimed "King of Fashion," Paul Poiret. Among the recipes creators are Chosson, the chef at Maxim's and Ernest Verdier of the Maison Dorée. The book came out just one year before Poiret's fashion house closed. One of an edition of 100 copies on velin pur fil Lafuma. A very good copy.

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        Irénée EDITION ORIGINALE Tirage de tête

      Paris: Nrf, 1928. Fine. Nrf, Paris 1928, 17x22cm, broché. - First Edition, one of 109 numbered copies on laid Lafuma-Navarre and reimposed in quarto format foolscap, leading copy. Tiny bites without gravity on the back. Rare and nice copy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 109 exemplaires numérotés sur vergé Lafuma-Navarre et réimposés dans le format in-quarto tellière, tirage de tête. Infimes piqûres sans gravité sur le dos. Rare et agréable exemplaire.

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        Miscellaneous Poems By Jonathan Swift, D.D.,

      1928. Beautifully Illustrated by Robert GibbingsHandsomely Bound by Riviére & SonSWIFT, Jonathan. GIBBINGS, Robert, illustrator. GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS. [RIVIÉRE & Son, binders]. Miscellaneous Poems By Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin. Edited by R. Ellis Roberts; decorated with Engravings on Wood by Robert Gibbings. [Waltham Saint Lawrence, Berkshire]: The Golden Cockerel Press, 1928.Limited to 375 numbered copies (this being #74). Quarto (10 1/16 x 7 1/2 inches; 256 x 191 mm.). [4, blank], viii, 67, [2], [3, blank] pp. Title-page printed in red and black, thirteen wood engravings by Gibbings.Bound by Riviére & Son (stamp-signed on front turn-in) in full niger morocco, front cover with a geometric design enclosing a panel of three tulips, decoratively stamped and lettered in gilt. Spine with two raised bands, decoratively paneled and lettered in gilt, rear board with single gilt-line border, gilt-ruled board edges and turn-ins. A few very light 'dark' spots on upper cover otherwise very fine. Housed in the original russet cloth slipcase.The poems are printed from the text in the Reverend John Mitford's edition of 1833 (Colophon).Robert Gibbings (1889-1958) was an Irish artist and author who was most noted for his work as a wood engraver and sculptor, and for his books on travel and natural history. Along with Noel Rooke he was one of the founder members of the Society of Wood Engravers in 1920, and was a major influence in the revival of wood engraving in the twentieth century. Gibbings knew all the leading wood engravers of the day and a number of authors, which enabled him to publish modern texts as well as classic ones.Chanticleer, 58; Kirkus, 34.

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Hymn on the morning of Christ's Nativity

      Chelsea: Ashendene Press, 1928. A beautiful Christmas greeting from the Hornbys. One of c.220 copies printed on French hand-made paper. Full page woodcut by Noel Rooke. Printed in Ptolemy type with two large initials in red. Pp.16. 4to., original printed blue paper wrappers, sewn with green silk thread. A little creasing and darkening to edges of wrappers, slight offset from the booklabel to the title page, otherwise very good. "This little Book has been printed to carry to our friends far & near our heartiest good wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, 1928-1929". A really charming Christmas keepsake from the Hornbys with their usual Christmas message printed on the front wrapper. The large initials are particularly stunning.

      [Bookseller: SOPHIE SCHNEIDEMAN RARE BOOKS]
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        A Salmon River

      Dutton's, New York 1928 - Limited to 250 copies. Signed on title-page. Illustration of "Griswold Gray" salmon fly instead of map as frontispiece. 239, [1] pp. Printed at the Plimpton Press. 1 vols. 8vo. Bruns "Very Scarce" We have not seen another copy in this full crimson morocco binding, the author's own copy was bound in full green; all others seen have been bound in limp green. Consists of selections from two previous privately printed books, including "Observations on a Salmon River".Inscribed by Griswold, "William F. de Haynes 1928" on half-title. Bruns G-187 "red morr. doubtful", noting copies in black or green Original Publisher's deluxe full crimson morocco, with gilt stamped Griswold device on upper cover, wide turn-ins, tan morocco doublures, t.e.g. Inner hinges repaired, joints started, spine dark, one corner rubbed. Very good Illustration of "Griswold Gray" salmon fly instead of map as frontispiece. 239, [1] pp. Printed at the Plimpton Press. 1 vols. 8vo Limited to 250 copies. Signed on title-page [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Paz, poder y abundancia. Traducción y prólogo de Federico Climent Ferrer

      Barcelona, Antonio Roch, Editor, s.a. (hacia 1928). 4to. menor; 353 pp. y una lámina retrato. Enc. original.

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        Woodcuts

      London: Andrew Block,, 1928. Square octavo (28 leaves). Original marbled wrappers, paper label on front cover. Woodcut title vignette of the Green Man, 12 plates, colophon. Small neat library label at top corner of front cover, some loss of paper from partially split spine, some creasing, tears and chips, internally a little used, one plate ("Brothers") has a light pencil grid drawn over the top (presmuably for purposes of copying the image). First and limited edition, first impression, one of 200 copies; decidedly scarce: only six copies in British and Irish institutional libraries (BL, National Library of Scotland, National Library of Wales, Oxford, Exeter, V&A), while OCLC adds another dozen copies worldwide. Invalided out of the army with neurasthenia in 1918 Ralph Chubb (1892-1960) studied at the Slade and became a close friend of Leon Underwood, who was responsible for Chubb's work being exhibited: at Chenil's (1922) and the Goupil Gallery (1929). "He was a part-time art teacher at Bradfield College [Berkshire] (1924-27), but had to resign for sexual indiscretions. He taught life-drawing at St. Martin's School of Art (1930-33). Early on, he seemed destined to have a fairly conventional artistic career but he painted pictures which shocked and wrote books which no-one would publish" (Horne, The Dictionary of 20th Century British Book Illustrators, p. 144). He later produced painstakingly illuminated works in the manner of Blake and a mystical personal ethos "declaring homosexuality and pederasty to be an inextricable part of a new religion" (Horne).

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        The Yellow Book. An Illustrated Quarterly (Vols. I-XIII) [with] The Yellow Book. A Selection

      London & Boston: Elkin Mathews & John Lane and Copeland & Day [and] Edwin Valentine Mitchell, 1928. Mixed set, first editions of vols. III, V, VII, VIII, IX, X, XII (other vols. later issues without ads). Numerous illustrations. 15 vols. 8vo. Yellow cloth decorated in black. Very good set (spines a bit dull, a few heads bumped; back board of vol. III scuffed and soiled; vol. VIII heavily soiled, worn, some loss at ends, with a clean duplicate in later issue). Selection: Fine in fine dust jacket. Mixed set, first editions of vols. III, V, VII, VIII, IX, X, XII (other vols. later issues without ads). Numerous illustrations. 15 vols. 8vo. BEARDSLEY'S YELLOW BOOK. The Yellow Book, conceived by Aubrey Beardsley and Henry Harland, is the most famous of the Bodley Head periodicals and one of the most famous works of the fin de siècle period. Among its most notable contributors are Henry James, Richard Le Galliene, Max Beerbohm, A. C. Benson, George Gissing, George Saintsbury, J.A. Symonds, Edmund Gosse, Richard Garnett, George Moore, Austin Dobson, Kenneth Grahame, E. Nesbit, Arnold Bennet, Baron Corvo, John Buchan, H. G. Wells and W. B. Yeats. Many of these authors' works appear here in first edition. The Yellow Book also contains the illustrated work of many of the leading artists of the period, including Frederick Leighton, Pennel, Sickert, Rothenstein, Houseman, Anning Bell, Walter Crane, Sargent, the Gaskeins, and Charles Robinson. However, it is Beardsley's style that will forever mark the Yellow Book as a classic in the literature of illustration. The legendary 1890s publication, British decadence in its original format. Lasner 65

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Lord Peter Views the Body

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1928. Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in red. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression. A collection of 12 short stories featuring Sayers's recurring character Lord Peter Wimsey. From the publisher's archive.

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        My Hunting Sketch Book [and] My Hunting Sketch Book Volume Two

      London: Eyre and Spottiswoode Limited, 1928. - The Large-Paper Edition DeLuxe - Signed by Lionel EdwardsEDWARDS, Lionel. My Hunting Sketch Book [and] My Hunting Sketch Book Volume Two. Written and Illustrated by Lionel Edwards, R.I. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode Limited, 1928-1930. Large-Paper Copies. Limited to 255 and copies and 185 copies signed by Lionel Edwards (these being copies #155 and 90 respectively). The mounted color frontispiece in volume one is also signed by Lionel Edwards.Two folio volumes (12 7/16 x 10 1/8 inches: 315 x 258 mm.). xiv, 28, [1, blank], [1, colophon], 2, blank] pp., with fifteen mounted color plates; xvi, 40, [1, blank], [1, colophon], 2, blank] pp., with twelve mounted color and nine black and white plates.Publishers quarter vellum over red cloth boards, front covers titled in gilt, top edge gilt, others uncut. Slight rubbing to corners, otherwise a fine set.Volume one with the Sporting Gallery exhibition announcement dated November 1928 for the original drawings for "My Hunting Sketch Book" laid in.Lionel Edwards (1878-1966) was a British artist who specialized in painting horses and other aspects of British country life. He is best known for his hunting scenes but also painted pictures of horse racing, shooting and fishing. He provided illustrations for Country Life, The Sphere, The Graphic and numerous books. His artistic output was remarkable: he wrote almost 30 books and illustrated many more, including editions of Black Beauty, Lorna Doone and The Black Arrow, in addition to numerous private commissions. He became a member of the Royal Cambrian Academy of Art in 1926 and the Royal Institute in 1927. His favorite medium was watercolor, although he used oils more in his later years. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc.]
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        THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS

      London: Printed by Bernard Newdigate at the Shakespeare Head Press for the Cresset Press, 1928. No. 102 OF 195 COPIES on paper (and 10 copies on vellum.) n. Hardcover. 368 x 264 mm (14 1/2 x 10 3/8"). Two volumes. No. 102 OF 195 COPIES on paper (and 10 copies on vellum.). Publisher's black stained vellum by Sangorski & Sutcliffe (stamp-signed on rear pastedown), raised bands, gilt titling on upper cover and spine. Two large vignettes and 10 POWERFUL EXPRESSIONISTIC ENGRAVED PLATES, the vignettes and six of the plates by Blair Hughes-Stanton, the other four by Gertrude Hermes. Ransom, p. 6; Hughes-Stanton 4. A hint of rubbing to extremities, one leaf with closed marginal tear, but A FINE SET, quite clean, fresh, and bright inside and out. This is a very well-preserved copy of one of the two or three most handsome and striking products of the Cresset Press, operated between 1927 and 1931 under the direction of Dennis M. Cohen and A. I. Myers. For this majestic "Pilgrim's Progress," as for other publications, they employed for their printers the Shakespeare Head Press, directed at Stratford-on-Avon by Bernard Henry Newdigate. Between the wars Newdigate (1869-1944) was probably the most important name in private press printing. Franklin says that Newdigate's years at the Shakespeare Head Press made it "the most mature and sophisticated of the private presses." The work Newdigate did for distribution by his own as well as by other presses comprised an output that had a profound influence on the standards of book production in Britain. The artists Blair Hughes-Stanton (1902-81) and Gertrude Hermes (1901-83) both studied at the school of Leon Underwood at Hammersmith. They were still in their twenties when they executed these sophisticated expressive woodcuts, and both went on to have long and productive careers as avant-garde artists. In her book on her father's work, Penelope Hughes-Stanton says that the present production "was perhaps the first real test of the two young artists' ability to harness their rampant expressionism and fit it into the restricting reins of a letterpress production." Newdigate pressured them to make their art look more like that of Eric Gill, but they resisted and successfully established their unique personal styles as illustrators. The names of the plates here give a sense of the drama involved: "The Valley of the Shadow of Death," "The River of God," "The Pilgrims Cross the River of Death," "The Slough of Despond," "The Fight between Grim and Great-Heart," and so on.

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        LA DIVINA COMEDIA or the DIVINE VISION OF DANTE ALIGHIERI

      Nonesuch Press, London 1928 - This is a Limited Edition of 1475 copies, of which this is number 214. It is printed on Van Gelder paper by Daniel Jacomet. The Italian text was established originally in 1923 by Mario Casella and revised for this edition by him. The English translation by H.F. Cary was originally published in 1814 and with corrections in 1844. Full orange vellum over boards, folio size, no dust jacket. There is foxing on the first free endpaper and the last free endpaper, but all other pages and all plates are pristine and present. The spine is badly sunned, there is a long light scratch on the front cover and a deeper shorter scrape. Former owner's pastedown bookplate on endpaper. The vellum has pulled the boards a bit, which vellum has a tendency to do as it ages. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Cuisine Lyonnaise

      Lyon: Librairie de P. Masson, 1928. Large octavo 136 pages. First edition, n° 818 of 900 examples on vélin blanc, from a total edition of 1040. Illustrated. A year earlier, the author issued a twenty-three page booklet with the same title. "Treats of the old Lyonnaise innkeepers, cabarets, and famous restaurants; the Lyonnaise cookery, accompanying wines, and typical recipes..." (Bitting). A fine copy, uncut, in original printed wrappers, with glassine. [OCLC locates eleven copies; Bitting, page 475].

      [Bookseller: Rabelais - Fine Books on Food & Drink]
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