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        Sawdust And Solitude

      LITTLE AND BROWN, BOSTON 1928 - book in good condition. pages are starting to brown DATE PUBLISHED: 1928 EDITION: 230 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop]
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        Le roman de Tristan et d'Iseult. Renouvelé en français par Pierre Champion.

      Émile-Paul Frères,, Paris, 1928 - Paris, Émile-Paul Frères, 1928. Gr.-8°. (4), 190, (8) S. Orig.-Lederband mit reicher Innen- und Stehkantenvergoldung. Eins von 500 Ex. "sur Velin d'Arches" auf der Presse von Jean-Gabriel Daragnès. Sprache: Französisch / Français / French Orig.-Lederband mit reicher Innen- und Stehkantenvergoldung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz]
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      New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1928., 1928. First U. S. edition. Presentation inscription by the author on the title page. Fine in a professionally restored dust jacket. The story deals with a British cavalry patrol in the Mesopotamian Desert during World War I. A shot rings out and the leader, an officer, falls dead from his horse. Filmed as THE LOST PATROL in 1934 by John Ford, and starred Victor McLaglen, Boris Karloff, Wallace Ford, Reginald Denny, Alan Hale, and others in the cast. An exceptional copy of a scarce book, and considered rare in the dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS]
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        Florida architecture

      - William Helburn, New York City 1928. Introduction by Ida M. Tarbell. Retrato autor. 16 hojas (sin paginar) de texto en ingles+184 páginas de láminas. Cartoné moderno y tela. Guardas decoradas. Buen estado de conservación. 41x32 cm. Ref: 6754 [LS/006754-6754]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Sanchez]
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        Die Filmwoche. Hier 6. Jahrgang 1928 in 52 EInzelheften KOMPLETT !

      Berlin, Filmschriften Verlagsgesellschaft, 1928.. . 4°, zusammen 1318 Seiten mit zahlr. Abbildungen, 52 illustr. Originalhefte - teils mit ganz leichten Gebrauchssp. sonst sehr guter Zustand - 1928. a73317

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ehbrecht]
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        A Little Less Than Gods

      Duckworth, London,, 1928. A Romance. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. A superb copy in the lightly tanned dust jacket. First Edition, First Impression. Scarce in this condition.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        THE SONNETS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. Text taken from the Cambridge edition

      Robert Riviere and Son Ltd. London. 1928. 8vo. vi,155pp.(7.7 x 6.2 inches). Printed, on hand made paper by F. J. Head & Co, by Charles Whittingham and Griggs (Printers), Ltd at The Chiswick Press. Finely bound, by Bayntun (Riviere), in full crimson calf, spine with raised bands, decorated with chain link gilt lines. Compartments ruled and tooled in gilt. Burgundy morocco label, ruled and lettered in gilt. Both boards with single gilt ruled borders. Front board with large and elaborate central gilt floral design. Board corner edges decorated with gilt piping. Gilt dentelles on inner boards. Marbled endpapers. Top edge gilt, the others untrimmed. Slight fading to the spine but overall a very attractive and very good leather binding.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Katalog der Sammlung Kippenberg.:

      Leipzig, Insel-Verlag, 1928. - 3 Bde. 4°. Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen auf Tafeln und faksimilierten Handschriften. Originalhalbleder mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, (leicht berieben und etwas angestaubt). Zweite erweiterte Ausgabe. - Sarkowski 919A. - Nummer 63 von nur 600 Exemplaren. Wichtiges Standardwerk zur Goetheforschung. Die Sammlung Kippenberg bildete den Grundstock des Düsseldorfer Goethe-Museums. - Komplettes Exemplar mit dem Registerband. - Gering angestaubt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Tresor am Roemer]
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        The Silver Tassie. A Tragi-Comedy in Four Acts

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited,, 1928. With a Portrait of the Author by Evan Walters. Octavo. Original green boards, tan linen backstrip, paper labels to spine and upper board printed in green, green top-stain. With the dust jacket. Portrait frontispiece. Lower corner bumped, spine very slightly rolled, faint partial tanning to free endpapers. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed jacket with small chips from the ends of the spine panel and some short closed tears. First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author to an unknown recipient on the front free endpaper, "Every woman who dies in childbirth calls a halt to human progress, Sean O'Casey, Febraury 1929".

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Babe Ruth's Own Book of Baseball

      G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS, NY 1928 - with 31 illustrations present frontispiece of Babe Ruth, covers rubbed, spine discolored, slight fraying to spine at top/bottom and corners DATE PUBLISHED: 1928 EDITION: FIRST ED 301 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop]
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        Babe Ruth's Own Book Of Baseball

      PUTNAM, NEW YORK 1928 - Front and back hinge cracked. black lettering to front cover and on spine. Spine discoloring. Pages browning. Black and white frontispiece, rubbing and wear to corners and edges, spine cover bumped. with 31 illustrations DATE PUBLISHED: 1928 EDITION: SECOND ED 301 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        IXe Olympiade: Holland en de Olympische Spelen 1928 te Amsterdam

      Engers & Faber, Amsterdam 1928 - Small octavo. 80pp. Original wrappers illustrated by Peter Lutz. Official guide to the 1928 Amsterdam Summer Olympics profusely illustrated with three maps, numerous b/w photographic reproductions showing Dutch and foreign athletes, as well as views of the city of Amsterdam. Some of the most renown athletes featured in this work are: swimmer Johnny Weismuller (USA), sprinter Houben (Germany), tennisman Cochet (France), runner Nurmi (Finland), etc. There were numerous highlights that took place in the Summer Olympics of 1928. The Olympic Flame was lit for the very first time during the opening ceremony. The Parade of the Nations began with Greece and finished with the country hosting the Olympics, for the first time, giving birth to a tradition which is followed even today. For the first time, athletic events took place on a 400 m long track, which would later go on to become a standard. The Amsterdam Olympics were the first Olympics which were named "Summer Olympic Games." It also witnessed Coca-Cola becoming the first ever sponsor of the games. Text in Dutch. Wrappers and interior in overall very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        THE ENORMOUS ROOM. With and introduction by Robert Graves

      Jonathan Cape. London. 1928. FIRST U. K. EDITION. 8vo. (8.3 x 5.6 inches). Some foxing to the half title page otherwise a bright, clean copy. Finely bound in recent full red morocco, spine with five raised bands, gilt. Compartments with gilt lettering and decorative centre pieces. Single ruled gilt ruled border to boards. Top edge gilt. A fine copy.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Git le Cœur [Coeur]

      Paris: Black Sun Press. 1928. First. First edition. Quarto. Printed wrappers. A little offsetting on the front wrap, and light wear to the spine ends, near fine. Love poems by Lymington (later Earl of Portsmouth) and an intimate friend of publisher Caresse Crosby. Copy number 194 of 200 numbered copies printed on Hollande Van Gelder Zonen. This copy Signed by the author, and with corrections in his hand. Additionally laid in is an Autograph Letter Signed from Lymington to English Prime Minister Ramsey MacDonald, presenting the volume. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Lou libre de l'amour

      Les bibliophiles de Provence, Marseille 1928 - Petit in-4 de 157pp. Demi-chagrin bleu nuit à coins ; doubles-filets dorés délimitant le mors et les coins. Dos à 4 nerfs ornés de pointillés ; filets, fer, titre et auteur dorés. Epidermures en mors. Couverture d'origine conservée. Tirage limité à 125 exemplaires sur Vergé de Hollande : un des 25 exemplaires de collaborateur marqué F. Orné d'un frontispice en deux états et de 25 compositions d'Etiennette Gilles aquarellées à la main par l'artiste. Texte en provençal dans la premier partie de l'ouvrage et traduction à la suite. Relié à la suite le feuillet de souscription. Rousseurs en gardes blanches et code timbré. Intérieur très frais. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bouquinerie du Paraclet]
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        K.A.M. JUBILEE BOOK 1847-1927

      1928 - Publishers cloth. 8vo. 183 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Bound in black cloth with gilt lettering, includes pastedown photograph of the new temple of the congregation. Includes multiple essays on the history of the oldest congregation in Chicago, illustrations and advertisements throughout. "Kehillat Anshe Ma'arab, the first Jewish congregation, was established Nov. 3, 1847, when a constitution was adopted and signed by fourteen members. Morris L. Leopold, a young man of twenty-six, born in Laubheim, Württemberg, was elected president. The Jewish Burial-Ground Society turned over to the congregation all its property, including the cemetery, and dissolved. Kehillat Anshe Ma'arab held its first regular service in a private room on the second floor of a building on the southwest corner of Lake and Wells streets, and in 1849 leased a lot on Clark street, between Adams and Quincy streets where the post-office now stands) , on which it erected a frame synagogue. In 1853 this congregation established a day-school, where Hebrew was taught in addition to the regular common-school curriculum. This school was in operation for twenty years. In 1856 a new cemetery on Green Bay road (now North Clark street) and Belmont avenue was purchased. In 1857 the old burial-ground, having been included in the city extensions, had to be abandoned. In 1882 the ground was sold to the park commissioners, and it is now merged in Lincoln Park. On the date of the closing of the old burial-ground (June 11, 1857) the first interment in the new cemetery took place. In 1868 the congregation purchased the northwest corner of Wabash avenue and Peck court, with the church standing upon it. The latter was converted into a synagogue. In the great fire of 1871 the synagogue escaped destruction, but all the records, which had been placed by Joseph Pollak, the secretary of the congregation, and at that time clerk of Cook county, in a vault of the court-house, were lost. In 1873 Dr. Merzbacher's prayer-book was adopted. An organ, choir, and family pews had been introduced several years before. In the fire of1874, Kehillat Anshe Ma'arab lost the synagogue on Wabash avenue, and in December of that year it purchased the church and site on the corner of Indiana avenue and Twenty-sixth street. The church was converted into a synagogue, and the property on Wabash avenue and Peck court was sold. In 1888 Jacob Rosenberg, then vice-president, presented to the congregation twenty acres of land in the town of Jefferson, to be used as a burial-ground. This is now called . ’Mount Ma'arab Cemetery. ’ The bodies in the North Clark street cemetery were transferred to Mount Ma'arab, and the vacated property was sold. The latter is now completely built over, and all traces of the former cemetery have vanished. In 1889 Kehillat Anshe Ma'arab found that most of its members had moved farther south. The location of the synagogue being, therefore, no longer convenient for the majority, a plot on the southeast corner of Indiana avenue and Thirty-third street was purchased, and the temple now in use was erected. The latter has a seating capacity of 1, 500 persons. The membership is 175. In 1902 the Einhorn ritual, in the English version, was adopted. " (1906 Jewish Encyclopedia) Subjects: Synagogues - United States - Chicago - History. OCLC lists three copies (HUC, Abraham Lincoln Libr, Detroit Univ) . Light wear to cloth, otherwise fine. Great condition. A beautiful copy. (AMR-42-2) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books, LLC]
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        A manual of the Turanians and Pan-Turanianism.

      n.p. November 1928 - First edition. 8vo., 256pp, large folding map in pocket, original blue cloth gilt, spine and top of covers faded. Provenance: Provenance: Royal Artillery Institution (bookplate). "For official use only. This book is the property of H. M. Government. Its contents are not to be communicated either directly or indirectly to the Press, or to any person not holding an official position in H. M. Services." The print run of this publication would have been very small. An important survey of the various Turkish populations in the Near East and Central Asia, occasioned by the rise of Pan-Turanianism, i.e. a pan-Turkish movement aimed at a union of all Turkish populations and the expulsion from Turkey of foreign elements and the establishment of a civilisation based entirely on old Turkish traditions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Village Are You Ready Yet Not Yet; a play in four acts

      Éditions de la Galerie Simon, Paris, 1928 - Lithographs by Elie Lascaux Of an edition of 102 numbered copies, this is one of 90 on Vergé d’Arches, signed by the author and the artist 4to Fine, unblemished copy in original outer glassine protective wrapper Wilson & Uphill A11a [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bertram Rota Ltd]
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        La Geographie Commentee par Jos. Hemard et Illustree par lui

      Paris: Javal et Bourdeaux. 1928. First. Tall octavo. Very nicely rebound with original wrappers bound in full light blue morocco gilt, with red and brown inset design. Spine slightly toned and with a handsome engraved bookplate, else about fine. Housed in a custom cloth clamshell box with leather spine label gilt. One of 600 copies on Lafuma paper, from a total edition of 790. Illustrated with numerous colored images by the author, largely of an erotic nature - the geography of the female body seemed to be the true subject of the book. .

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        Affidavit of records set by Harry R. Gunn during The Great American Foot Race in 1928

      - Legal-size partially typed document (approximately 13" x 8.5"). A couple of old folds, modest age-toning, in an old frame (and easily removable), very good. The document attests to eight records set by Harry R. Gunn during the cross country race, and is Signed by officials of the race including the race's promoter, the well-known huckster C.C. ("Cash and Carry") Pyle, head referee of the event and football legend Red Grange (Cash was responsible for Grange leaving college to play pro football), and several others: race judge and tractor engine manufacturer Charles Walter Hart, race judge Hugo Quist (sports promoter and Sonja Henie's manager and trainer), "Head Checker" and professional football player, Ted Bucklin, as well as three wire service correspondents who were covering the race, and is notarized by a New York notary public. The Race was a promotion, similar in some aspects to a dance marathon, featuring 68 walkers who traversed the country from Los Angeles to New York, the winner, a 19-year-old Cherokee Indian, Andy Payne, received $25,000. Gunn, the son of a wealthy Los Angeles business man, finished 28th. However his father had made substantial bets that he would finish the race, and presumably this affidavit was a necessity for him in collecting. Gunn was one of the runners featured in the interesting documentary film of the event *The Great American Race* made in 2002. An interesting and tangible artifact of an interesting footnote in American popular culture. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        John Brown's body

      Doubleday, Doran, and Co 1928 - Limited to 201 copies of which this is 191. SIGNED by Stephen Vincent Benet on the limitation page. The volume is lightly toned on the spine, else fine. The very good slipcase is edge rubbed with three small abrasions and a 1/4" tear. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Trilby & Co. Books]
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        CANTICO (1919-1928).

      - Madrid, Revista de Occidente, 1928, 1ª edición, 15x21, 171 pp. Encuadernado en plena piel con nervios y tejuelos, hierros en lomera y en los planos, ruedas en seco y dorado en los planos, conserva cubierta original. (35444).

      [Bookseller: Librería J. Cintas]
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      - M., Revista de Occidente, 1928, 20,5 x 14,5 cm., rústica original con estuche en hol. piel con nervios y puntas, 171 págs. (Buen ejemplar en 1ª edición). POESÍAS

      [Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos]
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        The Siamese Cat

      New York: Brentano's, 1928 - A brilliant artist whose work displays the influence of Vorticism, surrealism, and the African art he started collecting in the 1920s, Leon Underwood (1890-1975), wrote several books, including a slim collection of verse, ANIMALIA (1926), a pamphlet on aesthetic theory in refutation of Herbert Read, and several monographs on primitive art. This, his only novel, is far and away his best work: an enchanting tale stunningly illustrated with complexly styled woodcuts. Published in an edition of only 2, 500 copies. A fine copy in a fine, bright copy of the rare dustwrapper, which has a short tear to the top of the rear panel. A beautiful volume. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Carpe Librum]
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        Peronnik the Fool

      Hours Press, Chapelle-Reanville, Eure 1928 - One of 200 copies numbered [#189] and signed by the author, bound in blue cloth with gilt decorations. First of the revised edition, the second publication from Hours Press, and the first for sale. This copy bears the ownership signature of Lady Maud (Emerald) Cunard, who was Nancy Cunard's mother. With a slip of paper laid in signed in in "Lady Emerald Cunard, 7 Grovsenor Sq. W1". There are also corrections to the text throughout, mostly to the margins, many changing punctuation, but some changing words, in one place inserting five words. Some light shelfwear to the cloth and some slight browning to the spine, otherwise fine. Size: 8vo [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Contact Editions, ABAC, ILAB]
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        The Amateur Crime

      Doubleday, Doran and Co. Garden City, New York 1928 - First Edition. Extremely scarce Hubin listed mystery by this author best known for his works written under the name Anthony Berkeley, which include, The Poisoned Chocolates Case and Malice Aforethought. Very Good to Near Fine, in nearly Very Good dustjacket, shallow chips to spine ends and top edge, half dollar sized chip at lower front panel, modest darkening to spine, inch closed tear at top rear panel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Babylon Revisited Rare Books]
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        La matinée libertine, ou, les moments bien employés

      Paris: [EUREDIF], 1928. First edition with these illustrations, no. 168 of 175 copies on "Vélin à la form", from a total edition of 196 copies. Square 8vo. Profusely illustrated with hand-colored dry point etchings and hand-colored vignette shoulder illustrations in the text, by Jean Gilles Legendre. 118 pp. Full red morocco, by WOOD, raised bands, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g. Small spot on upper cover, else fine. With an erotic morocco ex-libris on front pastedown. With the erotic green morocco large bookplate of Vyvyan Holland, son of Oscar Wilde. Slipcase. Barbier VI 83; Gay III, 79 . Lovely copy of this erotic classic, also attributed to Mérard Saint Juste, which first appeared in 1787. Exquisitely colored and beautifully bound

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        The Hardy Boys: The Missing Chums

      Grosset & Dunlap 1928 - Published in New York by Grosset & Dunlap in 1928. Year on copyright page is 1928. Newly recognized first state, indicated by Tom Swift titles 1-29 as the third advertisement after ¿This Isn¿t All!¿ Formerly 1928C-3, now 1928A-1 according to the Carpentieri Bibliography. Book very good, front free endpaper completely detached but reattached by previous owner with clear adhesive tape, also previous owner¿s inscription on the front free endpaper. No DJ. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Heroycall Epistles, of the learned poet Publius Ovidius Naso. Translated into English Verse by George Turbervile. With illustrations by Hester Sainsbury. Edited with an Introduction and Glossary by Frederick Boas.

      London: Cresset Press, 1928 - Quarto, 295 x 190 mm. xxiv, 349, with 10 full-page illustrations by Hester Sainsbury. Colophon “Of this edition 375 copes have been printed on special mould-made paper, of which 350 are for sale, numbered 1-350, and 30 copies on hand-made paper, numbered I-XXX.” This copy in number IX. Bound on full stained vellum, lettering piece, top-edge gilt, others untrimmed. A very good bright copy [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: David Strauss]
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        Domestic Architecture in Rural France.

      New York: Architectural Book Publishing Co. 1928 - Quarto. String-tied portfolio of pink illustrated boards with cloth spine containing 7 pages of text, 55 numbered plates (complete) and a signed drypoint etching of a French cathedral. A scarce early work by the American printmaker, artist, photographer and writer. Chamberlain's love affair with France began during his service with the American Field Service during World War 1. He returned with his wife in 1923 and they spent much of the next decade touring France, Spain, Italy, England, and North Africa. Out of his travels came two portfolios- this work and "Sketches of Northern Spanish Architecture". In terms of condition the plates are all in very good shape with some even browning to the outer margins but no chips or tears to the edges. The signed drypoint has some light foxing to the margins. The portfolio covers have some light soiling and edgewear and the cloth spine is a bit rubbed and worn. Postage extra. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Centerbridge Books]
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        Svet, ktery se smeje (The World Which is Laughing)

      Prague: Odeon 1928 - Octavo, wrappers, 91(iv) pp. 7 plates, with photo-collage cover by Teige. Six b/w illustrations by Grosz, Léger, others and seven photographic plates, book design by Teige. This forms Part I of the series O humoru clownech a dadaistech.It is comprised of essays composed from 1924 to 1926. Both this and its sequel, along with other work written by Teige at the time, examines the function of laughter and absurdity and its unique function in human life. It also was Teige's critical appraisal of dada --- he would praise it for clearing the ground of the old, but reject it as a part of the past, whereas constructivism was the path of the new; he would incorporate the humor and absurdity in his constructivism nonetheless, as a counterweight to the rational bias. This is a classic devetsil work. Despite its renown, only one copy of this first edition found in North America libraries. 800 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Michael Fagan Fine Art & Rare Books]
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        The Man Who Knew Coolidge

      NY: Harcourt Brace. (1928). Lewis' novel of Lowell Schmaltz, "friend of Babbitt and constructive citizen." One-third of the story was first published in "that volcanic magazine, The American Mercury." The Man Who Knew Coolidge is one of Lewis' lesser known titles but followed on the heels of some of his greatest successes. In the 1920s, he published Main Street, which his biographer called "the most sensational event in twentieth-century American publishing history" to that point, followed by Babbitt in 1922, Arrowsmith in 1925, and Elmer Gantry in 1927. Babbitt was awarded the Pulitzer Prize but Lewis declined the honor. In 1929, Lewis published Dodsworth, and in 1930 he became the first American writer to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Fine in a fine dust jacket; a beautiful copy of one of the books that laid the foundation for his Nobel award. First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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      DIDOT BOTTIN 1928 - RO30053190: 3094 pages. Tampon sur la tranche du haut et du bas. Contient : Avis, calendrier, sommaire des 5 volumes, liste de MM les sénateurs et de mm. les députés par départements, atlas complet, table géographique des départements, de l'algérie, des colonies et protectorats français, villes décorées, professions de la France, de l'Algérie, des colonies et protectorats français. In-8 Relié toilé. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Mors fendus. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 0-GENERALITES [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cressida: No Mystery.

      London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1928 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Spine rolled,cloth faintly rubbed at ends of spine. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed jacket with fading of the spine panel and edges and some small chips from the head of the spine panel repaired with tape on the verso. First edition, first impression. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "'The past is death's, the future is their own' Shelley. A favourite quotation of Marie Belloc Lowndes. August 19, 1928". Uncommon, particularly in the dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Beau Ideal

      London; John Murray; 1928; - First edition; Book is fine, third in the Beau Geste trilogy, with a charming, unobtrusive school bookplate behind the front flap on pastedown; the dust jacket is VG+, light sunning to spine and a few small nicks at the corners. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Walt Barrie Rare Books]
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        BEAU IDEAL

      John Murray.London.,1928. FIRST EDITION.Original red cloth,titles to upper board and spine in gilt.With the scarce original pictorial dustjacket.Spine very slightly dull but still overall an excellent copy in the nicked dustjacket which is missing a few tiny pieces.A really nice copy of one of the earlier Foreign Legion novels:

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Beau Ideal

      London, John Murray,, 1928. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to upper board and spine gilt. With the pictorial dust jacket. Spine very slightly dull but an excellent copy in the nicked dust jacket missing a few tiny pieces. First Edition, First Impression. A really nice copy of one of the earlier Foreign Legion novels.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        BEAU IDEAL.

      John Murray.London.,1928 - FIRST EDITION.Original red cloth,titles to upper board and spine in gilt.With the scarce original pictorial dustjacket.Spine very slightly dull but still overall an excellent copy in the nicked dustjacket which is missing a few tiny pieces.A really nice copy of one of the earlier Foreign Legion novels: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        Show Girl

      New York: Simon and Schuster. (1928). First. First edition. Boards a bit bowed, spine lettering rubbed and faded, a sound, about very good copy lacking the dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author to director and actor Erich von Stroheim with von Stroheim's bookplate: "To my very good friend 'Von'. Piously, J.P. McEvoy. Jan. 29 - '29 [with a sketch of a person]." The first of McEvoy's novels to feature Dixie Dugan, a Brooklyn-born showgirl who conquers Broadway and Hollywood. Dixie Dugan, based on the life and appearance of Louise Brooks, was the central character in several films including the Alfred Santell-directed Show Girl (1928) with Alice White and Donald Reed; Mervyn Leroy's 1930 Show Girl in Hollywood with White and Jack Mulhall; Le Masque d'Hollywood (1931) directed by Clarence Badger and John Daumery; and Dixie Dugan (1943) directed by Otto Brower. McEvoy is also known for his plays and novels which were adapted into films for W.C. Fields including It's the Old Army Game (1926), The Potters (1927), The Old Fashioned Way (1934), You're Telling Me! (1934), and It's a Gift (1934). Von Stroheim began his career as an actor (invariably playing Teutonic terrors and billed as "The Man You Love to Hate"), then directed several key silent films (Greed, Foolish Wives, etc.) before his legendary extravagance forced him to return to acting in the sound era, with notable roles in Grand Illusion, Sunset Boulevard, and several other films. A wonderful association. .

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        Orville Wright thanks Rev. Lookabill of Dayton for his recent letter and <I>?kindly sentiment?</I> undoubtedly supporting his decision to send the Wright Flyer to London?s Science Museum instead of the Smithsonian

      Typed Letter Signed ?Orville Wright,? one page, 7? x 10?. Dayton, Ohio, February 23, 1928. On his personal stationery. To Rev. H. Randel Lookabill, Dayton, Ohio. Light rectangular toning from newspaper article placed on top of letter and from mounting remnants at blank left edge. Fine condition.In full, ?I thank you for your letter of recent date, and for the kindly sentiment expressed in it.? Included is the original postmarked envelope, return address matching the letterhead, with plastic tape stains at its perimeter. In 1910, the Smithsonian had asked the Wright Brothers to send a machine for exhibit. They offered the 1903 Wright Flyer which had made the first successful flight. In reply, the museum hinted that they would rather have a machine of a vintage of about 1908. Orville Wright believed they wanted a later model because they already had Samuel P. Langley?s 1903 machine which they described as ?the first heavier-than-air machine.? Langley served as Secretary,

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