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        Havelock Ellis In Appreciation

      The Oriole Press, Berkeley Heights, NJ 1929 - (full book description) The Oriole Press, Berkeley Heights, NJ, 1929. Limited Edition VG-, Hard Cover, No Dust Jacket. Size=6.5"x8", 299pgs. Tipped in Frontis, 14 Plates. Green boards, tan cloth spine with green paper Title label. Limited Edition #185 of 450 numbered copies. Cover front fore-edge corners bumped splitting blue paper outer layer, page ends moderately agetoned, o.w. clean and tight. No ink names, bookplates etc. Text & illustrations bright and in Fine condition. Also has chapter heading B/W illustrations. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES, WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Cow's in the Corn. A One-Act Irish Play in Rhyme

      Gaylordsville, [Conn.]: The Slide Mountain Press, 1929. First separate edition, no. 64 of 91 copies printed by James & Hilda Wells, each signed by the author. [32] pp. 1 vols. Square 16mo. Patterned paper over flexible boards, uncut edges. Pencil signature of M. S. Slocum, Pasadena. Bookplate. Slightly bowed. Fine copy, signed by Frost on the half-title. Cloth slipcase and chemise. Frost's whimsical play, the second book of the Slide Mountain press of James R. Wells, "an attractive playboy, with enough money to engage in fine press printing" (Thompson).

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        Sein und Zeit (Being and Time).

      Max Niemeyer, Halle 1929 - Half-title + TP + Dedication page + TP + [VII]-XI + Inhalt + [1]-438 + 1 leaf with printer information on verso Octavo. Second Edition.The Uncommon Second Edition of One of the Most Influential Philosophical Books of the 20th Century.Arguably, one of the most influential philosophical books of the 20th century, this is an attempt to come to grips with the notion of Being. In Heidegger's view this was the fundamental philosophical question, but one which has been submerged beneath the jargon of western metaphysics as it drifted from its original Greek sources. The book is potent with the sense of a "new "start", a hope with which it imbued even the darkest of its existentialist derivatives. Published two years after the first edition, this copy looks identical to the 1927 printing, but for the date on the title page. In original publisher's tan cloth with dark brown lettering to the front cover and a brown label with gilt lettering to the spine. Several scattered spots to the front cover. The book is splitting - but completely firm - just between the half title and title page. Otherwise, a clean, solid and thoroughly respectable copy of this important book. ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

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        A Room of One’s Own

      London: Published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press 1929 - First English edition, first printing. One of 3,040 copies. Publisher's cinnamon cloth, lettered in gilt; in the original pictorial pale pink dust jacket designed by Vanessa Bell, with an illustration to the front panel in navy blue. Book fine; unclipped dust jacket, with some light wear and minor nicks to the spine ends, light toning to the spine, minor splits to the hinges at the spine ends, front flap fold split at the bottom 2/3, bright and clean panels. Overall, a near fine copy in an unusually clean and fresh dust jacket. Housed in a custom navy clamshell box. Kirkpatrick A12b. Woolmer 215b. A Room of One's Own is an extended feminist essay based on a series of lectures Woolf gave at the women's colleges of Cambridge University in October 1928. Specifically, Woolf addresses women's role in and relationship to literature, paying particular attention to how women's sociopolitical status affects their relationship to writing fiction; the essay's title refers to her belief that "a woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction." Woolf traces the history of women's writing and uses the character Judith Shakespeare, the fictional sister of William Shakespeare, to illustrate limitations of a patriarchal society on developing women's talents in the arts. Notably, Woolf also addresses the role women's sexuality plays in their writing and even invokes lesbianism, a theme which she hints at in her novels but here addresses directly. This first English edition of A Room of One's Own was preceded only by a signed limited edition of 600 copies that was published only a few days prior. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Farewell to Arms

      Charles Scribner's Sons 1929 - Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1929. First Edition / First Printing / First Issue. Scribner's Seal is present on the copyright page. 1st issue jacket priced at $2.50, heroine's name misspelled, Katharine Barclay. No disclaimer on page X. Rare Book. {ref: Hannemann A8a, McBride}. Book Condition: Very Good, shelf wear, light on the boards. Chipping at the spine label, age toning, light spots on the pages. Dust Jacket Condition: Good+, shelf wear, chipping, short tears. Age toning, light stains. Wrapped in a new removable mylar cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Worst Jourey in the World Antarctic 1910-1913 (Vol 1 & 2)

      CONSTABLE AND COMPANY, LONDON 1929 - general wear, foxing on fore edges, lightly age toned pages, spines darkened, worn extremities, some markings on front end papers, fold-out map in rear of Vol. I has creased & tanned edge, else, good binding, clean and unmarked text. DATE PUBLISHED: 1929 EDITION: SECOND ED [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Document, signed ("Owen Wister"), being an agreement between Paramount and Wister

      Philadelphia, 1929. 2 pp., docketed. Tan wrappers bound with brass brads, with title typed on upper wrapper, and file stamp of "Paramount Famous Lasky Corp" on upper cover, docketed by Paramount, light creasing and toning. Film Rights to The Virginian Wister sells the motion picture rights to THE VIRGINIAN to Paramount, who filmed it the following year with Gary Cooper in the lead. THE VIRGINIAN is considered the first cowboy novel.

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        Ukridge

      Herbert Jenkins Ryerson Press 1929 - An interesting item and effectively the Canadian first as there is no Canadian publisher.No idea why but Ryerson were given distribution rights to the first fourteen titles that HJ published from Piccadilly Jim to Carry on Jeeves.From then onwards Canada published their own editions up to 1940 .Perhaps they were testing the water . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Eustachio Celebrino da Udene, Calligrapher, Engraver and Writer for the Venetian Press

      Paris: Pegasus Press, 1929. Limited to 175 Numbered Copies, Copy Number 13. Woodcuts in text and 8 page facsimile tipped in. 1 vols. 8vo. Original black cloth, stamped in gilt, te.g. Very fine in dust jacket and original slipcase. Bookplate of Albert Sperisen.

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        Madonna of the Peach-Tree

      [Verona: Officina Bodoni, 1929. Private Edition of 120 copies on Imperial Japanese paper for John Holyrod-Reece. This Copy Printed for Marthe Hyde. 1 vols. 12mo. Orange cloth. Some wear and with loss of peach on front cover.

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        A Room of OneÕs Own

      New York/London: Fountain/Hogarth Press, 1929. 8vo. 159 pp. Original brick-red cloth with gilt titles. A near fine copy in a folding case. Bookplate of Stuart Schimmel on front paste down, signature of Robert Hunter on front free end paper.First edition, large paper issue, number 116 of 492 copies signed by Woolf in her customary purple ink on the half title. A classic of feminist literature in which Woolf considers the past and present barriers to women writers in a patriarchal culture and which originated as lectures given by Woolf at two womenÕs colleges in Cambridge. "A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction."

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        EL ARTE EN ESPAÑA

      CEIX & BARRAL 1929 - Soporte: Entelado/On linen. Localidad: Barcelona. Tamaño del cartel: 73x105cm El cartel está en excelente condición.

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        Trout Fishing from All Angles

      London: Seeley, Service & Co. Ltd, 196 Shaftesbury Street, 1929. First Edition, no. 197 of 375 copies, signed by the author. With 250 tipped-in half-tone illustrations from photographs and 30 hand-tied flies in mount on lower pastedown. 448 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original full blue morocco gilt, spine gilt, with arms of Lonsdale Library on upper board, t.e.g., fine.

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        Corpse on the Mat

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1929. Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in red. With the dust jacket. Contents foxed; an excellent copy in the jacket with sunned spine and edges. First edition, first impression. An early Kennedy detective novel, and published later the same year in the US under the title The Man Who Rang the Bell. The publisher's retained copy with their stamp to the front panel of the dust jacket and the front pastedown.

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        PROYECTO ORIGINAL DE EXTRUCTURACION DEL CASCO ANTIGUO DE BARCELONA, J. DE DALMAU 1929

      1929 - PROYECTO DE EXTRUCTURACION DEL CASCO ANTIGUO DE BARCELONA, J. DE DALMAU 1929. CONTIENE. 1,5MX1M. REF MAPS 2. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Original Watercolor Birds of Fiji

      VG/--. 1929. Watercolor. Francis R. Cope, Jr. author, was very interested in natural history, conservation - Woodbourne Orchards ["Donated to The Nature Conservancy in April 1956 by conservationist Francis R. Cope, Jr., this is one of the Conservancy's first preservesâ€?"and marks the start of its work in America's Keystone State nearly half a century ago."], and acquired a noted ornithology book collection that now resides at the Library Company of Philadelphia. He with his daughter Theodora Cope travelled threw out the South Pacific looking at birds including Fiji Islands in 1929-32 period. He also was a friend of Dr. Casey Wood. Several publications are inscribed to Mr. Cope. While in Fiji, he purchased these 8 original watercolors by W. J. Belcher. . For more details go to Riverowgallery.com .

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        Odalisque in a Tuille Skirt

      1929. Original lithograph on Chine paper. Image size: 28.5 x 30 cm. Sheet size: 42 x 51.8 cm. Edition of 50 and 10 artist's proofs. Signed and numbered in pencil lower right by Matisse. This image is also known as Hindoue à la jupe de tulle in Duthuit's raisonne of Matisse, but Alfred H. Barr classifies the woman as an Odalisque rather than a Hindu in his book Matisse, His Art and His Public.

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        Art Nonsense And Other Essays

      n.p.: Cassell & Co., Ltd. & Francis Walterson, 1929 - The first use of "Perpetua" Type designed by Gill First edition, 30 of 100 copies, signed. 8vo. With Gill woodcut on title page. x, 324, [1] pp. Maroon cloth. Fine in damaged box. Gill, Bibliography 18 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Das Blumenbuch

      Leipzig: Mainzer Presse, 1929. First trade edition. With 250 hand-colored woodcuts after Koch by Fritz Kredel. 3 vols. Folio. Original boards, title labels on upper covers. Near fine with light wear to spines, in original slipcases (slighty rubbed). Koch and Kredel's Masterpiece Botanical Book A superb collection of wildflower woodcuts by the noted artist and engraver Fritz Kredel, whose graver has caught perfectly the delicate beauty of Koch's original depictions. The first trade edition, preceded by a special edition of only 20 copies.

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        Blind Fireworks

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1929. Octavo. Original cream cloth, blue green spine label lettered in black. With the dust jacket. Some foxing to edges and endpapers; an excellent copy in the slightly soiled jacket. First edition, first impression, first issue in the cream cloth. The author's first collection, written while he was still a student at Oxford. One of 1,000 copies printed. From the publisher's archive.

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        Das Blumenbuch. 3 Bände in einem Band.

      Mainz , C. H. Kleukens, Mainzer Presse für Insel Verlag, Leipzig, 1929-1930.. Starkes grünes Originalhalbleder mit Lederecken und vergoldetem Rückentitel. Handeinband. Gelenke und Ecken etwas berieben. 4° (31 x 23 x 6,3 cm). Zu jedem Band 3 Blätter Titelei und 3 Blätter Inhaltsverzeichnis und Impressum sowie insgesamt 250 Tafeln mit den farbigen Zeichnungen, zwischengebunden einige weiße Blätter. Die Zeichnungen von Rudolf Koch, in Holz geschnitten von Fritz Kredel, handkoloriert von Emil Wöllner. Blumenbestimmungen von Hans Heil, Leipzig. Im Innenbereich nahezu tadellos und keinerlei Eintrag. Schönes Exemplar.. Eins von 1000 Exemplaren, Druck der Mainzer Presse. - Sarkowski 950 #FL1121

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        Toad of Toad Hall

      UK: Methuen. London, Methuen, 1929. Limited Edition, being one of 200 copies. Signed by both Milne and Grahame. The book is fine with a little wear, the jacket is near fine with a little staining to the rear plate, a 40mm tear to the spine with a 20mm tear, some light wear to the jacket tips and a couple of very short tears. A nice copy. . Fine. Hardback. Limited Edition. 1929.

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        The adventures of Joseph Andrews, etc. (With an introduction by George Saintsbury)

      London : Scholartis Press 1929 - Physical description; 409 p. ; 27 cm. Limited edition; signed by the illustrator. No. 42 of an edition of only 80 copies on Millbourn handmade paper. Finely bound in full, gilt-blocked limp vellum with leather tie-closures, worn. Spine bands and panel edges very slightly toned as with age. An uncommonly good example; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. 2 Kg. 409 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Feathered Game from a Sporting Journal

      New York: The Derrydale Press, 1929. Deluxe Edition, Number 3 of 50 Copies Printed on Large Paper, Signed by Burke and Connett. Hand-colored frontispiece, colored title-page vignette, and 10 colored illustrations of various birds by Edgar Burke. 1 vols. 4to. Three-quarters maroon morocco gilt, unopened at top edge. Spine very lightly faded, light rubbing at joint, some offsetting from frontispiece. Laid in to quarter crimson morocco slipcase, with leather label on upper cover. One of 50 copies Includes illustrations of the Quail-Bobwhite, Ruffed Grouse, Ring Necked Pheasant, American Woodcock, Wilson's Snipe, Canada Goose, Black Duck, Canvasback, Widgeon, and Mallard. With booklabel of Samuel B. Webb and another.

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        American Hunting Scenes. The Check

      New York: The Derrydale Press, 1929. First and only edition of 250 signed proofs (unnumbered). Hand-colored aquatint engraving, within a watercolor border at edge of platemark. Signed by the artist lower left. 1 vols. Plate size 19 x 12-1/2 inches on a larger sheet of handmade paper, overall dimensions 25 x 18-1/2. Some chipping at margins. Near fine. These are, notes Ordeman, "the first aquatints depicting contemporary American foxhunting scenes ever published ... 'The First Flight' was the first print published, and it was only after it had proven popular that Mr. Connett issued the three prints that completed the set." The Check, depicting six huntsmen in an autumn landscape, beside a field where hounds are casting for scent, was the third in the series.

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        Scotland V England 1929

      1929 - Official programme for the Calcutta Cup at Murrayfield on March 16 1929. Scotland won 12-6 in their final game of the series to clinch the Championship. Covers sl rubbed, staple missing an minimal rust staining, single change to team line-ups noted in pen. Very good. 

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        Kino Zavtra(Cinema Tomorrow)

      FURDUEV, V.V. Kino Zavtra (Cinema Tomorrow). 242, [2] pp. 8vo., bound in publisher's illustrated wrappers, in a new red cloth folding box. Moscow: Moskovskii rabochii, 1929 |~||~||~||~| A scarce, and well designed book with OCLC listing three copies worldwide, one in America, at Harvard. A very good copy of a fragile book.

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        Gästebuch des Restaurant-Betreibers Arthur Kannenberg in Berlin.

      Berlin 1929 - 1936.. 27 x 21 cm. Lederband der Zeit mit 4 Messingbeschlägen, goldgeprägter Ornamentik und den Aufschriften "AK" und "1929" auf intarsierten Lederstücken. Ca. 78 Blatt, davon 95 Seiten beschrieben oder illustriert. Mit mehreren hundert Eintragungen, 2 Aquarellen, 1 ganzseitigen Farbstiftzeichnung, Federzeichnungen (meist Karikaturen), 3 Bleistiftzeichnungen, 1 einmontierten Orig.-Foto, 2 Zeitungsausschnitten und 2 lose eingesteckten Karten.. Bedeutsames Zeugnis zur Kulturgeschichte Berlins und charakteristisches Beispiel für die Entwicklung des "Zeitgeistes" von der Weltwirtschaftskrise bis zur Machtergreifung der Nationalsozialisten. Der Berliner Gastwirt Oscar Kannenberg, Inhaber eines Lokals in der Dorotheenstraße, überreicht mit einer kalligraphischen Widmung auf Blatt 2 "seinem lieben Sohne Arthur Kannenberg" das Gästebuch für dessen neueröffnetes Ausflugslokal "Onkel Toms Hütte" mit herzlichsten Wünschen zum 23. Februar 1929". Eine aquarellierte Federzeichnung von Peter Geh auf Seite 1 zeigt das im Grunewald gelegene weitläufige Etablissement. Die gute Küche und die nahe U-Bahn bewirken offenbar, dass sich Kannenbergs "Onkel Toms Hütte" schnell zu einem beliebten Ausflugsrestaurant und zu einem " angesagten" Treffpunkt der Berliner Prominenz entwickelt. In nur 1,5 Jahren trägt sich eine unübersehbare Menge von Künstlern, Schriftstellern, Politikern, Sportlern und anderen Tagesgrößen mit Gedichten, Sprüchen, Zeichnungen etc. in Kannenbergs Gästebuch ein. Dann scheint jedoch die Wirtschaftskrise die Oberhand zu gewinnen: Eine ganzseitige Kalligraphie zeigt im Herbst 1930 an, daß Kannenberg "Onkel Toms Hütte" aufgegeben und stattdessen "Pfuhls Weinstuben" in der Stresemannstr. 103 gepachtet hat, die er nun als "Pfuhls Hütte" weiterführt. Das Publikum ist jetzt ein anderes: Frontkämpfer-Vereine begleiten 1931 jede Eintragung mit "Front Heil!", und die Schriftsteller, die am 24. Februar 1931 zusammenkommen, sind Erwin Guido Kolbenheyer, Jakob Schaffner und Hans Grimm. Der jüdische Maler und Graphiker Fritz Heinsheimer, der den rundlichen Wirt im Januar 1931 mit Bier- und Weinglas treffend karikiert, ist bereits eine Ausnahme. Ein Jahr später, im April 1932, ist Kannenberg dem Zeitgeist noch weiter nach rechts gefolgt: Eine Federzeichnung von Paul Wagner, München 1.4.1932, zeigt die neue Wirkungsstätte Kannenbergs: Das "Kasino im Braunen Haus" in München. Hierauf folgt nur noch ein ganzseitiges Gedicht des Malers Bernhard Zickendraht (1854-1937), der Kannenbergs ungeheures Glück gar nicht genug rühmen kann, hier dem "Führer" so nah zu sein und ihn gar zum Lachen gebracht zu haben: "... Was wenig Sterblichen ist beschieden / Was der sehnlichste Wunsch von Millionen ist / Dieses große Glück hast Du hienieden / Der Du alltäglich um Ihn bist ...". Die folgende Seite enthält eine gelungene farbige Kreidezeichnung Zickendrahts (signiert und datiert Januar 1936) mit einem Porträt, das Kannenberg in bayerischer Tracht beim Singen zum Akkordeonspiel zeigt. Hitler soll in der Tat ein Fan von Kannenbergs Musizieren gewesen sein: "Christa Schroeder, eine der Sekretärinnen Hitlers, beschreibt Kannenberg in ihren Erinnerungen als 'excellenten Alleinunterhalter, der mit dem sprichwörtlichen Berliner Witz und Humor gesegnet war'" (Wikipedia). Und so wurde denn Arthur Kannenberg, der noch wenige Jahre zuvor Feuchtwanger und Brecht bewirtet hatte, Adolf Hitlers Hausintendant. -- Aus der großen Anzahl von Eintragungen seinen hervorgehoben die Schriftsteller: Charlie Roellinghoff (Drehbuchautor), Lion Feuchtwanger und Bertolt Brecht (zusammen im August 1929), Hans Schneider (der spätere Hans Schwerte?), Artur Landsberger, Joachim Ringelnatz ("mit Muschelkalk" sowie mit Federzeichnung und sechszeiligem Gedicht), E. G. Kolbenheyer, Jakob Schaffner, Hans Grimm. - Musiker: Paul Noack, Rolf Marbot, Mischa Spolansky, Paul Lincke (mit Musikzitat "Glühwürmchen"), Willi Kollo (mit Musikzitat), Otto Siransky (mit Musikzitat), Hermann Abendroth. - Theaterdirektoren Robert Liedemit, Eugen Robert, Kurt Ehrlich. - Sängerinnen und Sänger: Mafalda Salvatini, Richard Tauber, Emanuel List, Fritz Massary, Claire Waldoff (mit 6zeiligem Gedicht), Maria Ney. - Weitere Bühnen- und Filmkünstler: Angelo Ferrari, Otto Wallburg (Starb im KZ), Reinhold Schünzel, Oskar Homolka, Grete Mosheim, Albert Bassermann, Agnes Esterhazy, Victor Varconi (mit 5 Porträt-Karikaturen), Otto Gebühr (mit Selbstkarikatur als Friedrich der Große), Hans Albers (gemeinsam mit Mischa Spoliansky und mit Anspielung auf ihren Revue-Erfolg "Zwei Krawatten"), Charlotte Ander, Ida Wüst, Paul Wegener, Alfred Braun (der Rundfunk-Pionier), Gustav Diessl, Camilla Horn, Heinrich George ("und Frau und Doggen"), Albert Paulig, Max Ehrlich und Paul Morgan (starben beide im KZ), Alice Hechy, Hella Kürten, Georgia Lind, Ralph Arthur Roberts (mit Selbstkarikatur), Kurt Gerron (starb im KZ), Willi Schaeffers, Gretl Berndt, Carlo Aldini, Paul Westermeier, Else Reval, Maria Paudler, Gerda Maurus, Fritz Kampers, Henry Bender, Walter Janssen, Olga Desmond u. v. a. - Bildende Künstler: der Photograph Wilhelm Maywald (mit Aquarell), Paul Simmel (mit ganzseitiger Selbstkarikatur beim Hummer-Essen), Fritz Heinsheimer (mit Porträt Kannenbergs), Bernhard Zickendraht (mit Porträt Kannenbergs). - Aus Politik und Wirtschaft: Hermann Müller (Außenminister und Reichskanzler), Philipp Scheidemann (SPD-Politiker, Ministerpräsident), Wolfgang, Käte und Joachim Stresemann, Heinrich Brüning (Reichskanzler), Bernhard Weiß (Berliner Polizei-Vizepräsident, Hauptgegner Goebbels'), Wilhelm Groener (General, Reichswehr- und Innenminister), Erich Koch-Weser (Reichsinnen- und Justizminister), Hjalmar Schacht (Reichsbank-Präsident), Franz Ritter von Epp (NS-Führer, Reichsstatthalter in Bayern), Alfred Hugenberg (Politiker, Inhaber eines Medienkonzerns). - Sportler: die Boxer Franz Diener und Max Schmeling, der Pilot Joachim von Köppen (mit Zeichnung eines Flugzeugs), der Trabrennfahrer Charlie Mills. - Eine einmontierte Orig.-Photographie zeigt Max Schmeling, Anny Ondra und Begleiter. - Als weitere prominente Beiträger seien Friedrich Heinrich, Prinz von Preußen, Margarete von Rheinbaben, Fee von Reznicek und der englische Erfinder der Dampfturbine, Sir Charles Algernon Parsons, erwähnt. Am Schluß zwei lose eingesteckte Karten, von denen eine (mit Ansicht des "Jagdzimmers" von "Onkel Toms Hütte") die Signatur Gustav Stresemanns von 1927 trägt. - In seiner Reichhaltigkeit bietet das Gästebuch Kannenbergs einen faszinierenden Querschnitt durch die "Gesellschaft" Berlins und ihre Vielfalt von Talenten kurz vor dem Untergang ihrer großen Epoche. #M05101

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        Girl Scouts Loan Exhibition of Colonial and Early Federal Furniture, Portraits and Glass 1929

      American Art Galleries, New York 1929 - This is a very good copy of the original catalog for the 1929 Girl Scouts Loan Exhibition, which has been bound in dark gray cloth, with red and gilt title label on the spine. The original green and gilt printed catalog cover bound in. Completely clean outside. Inside covers generally clean, but a few marks to front cover lower left, and one page with old tape repairs. This repaired page has a plate on each side (no.570-71), and the repairs are on either side of the photograph just touching its' border. A few pages have very faint tan streaks on them, possibly from the binding process. Also a few abrasions to texts. Otherwise very clean and fresh. Preface. Short texts introduce the sections. Texts by George S. McKearin, Andrew Varick Stout, Louis Guerineau Meyers and E.T.H. 926 works in the exhibition. All reproduced in black & white photographs. This historic exhibition was held at the American Art Galleries in New York from September 25th to October 9, 1929. 10 1/2" high X 7 1/2" wide. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE LADY IS COLD POEMS BY E.B.W

      New York & London: Harper & Bros., 1929.. Cloth and pictorial boards. Forecorners worn, spine gilding a bit dull, free endsheet excised and front inner hinge crudely mended at an early date, but otherwise a good copy, without dust jacket. First edition of the author's first clothbound book, in the first binding (Plaza Hotel fountain rather than skyline). Inscribed by the author on the front free endsheet: "For Margaret Bergner from EBW." Scarce thus.

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        THE LADY IS COLD POEMS BY E B W

      New York & London: Harper & Bros., 1929.. Cloth and pictorial boards. Forecorners worn, spine gilding a bit dull, free endsheet excised and front inner hinge crudely mended at an early date, but otherwise a good copy, without dust jacket. First edition of the author's first clothbound book, in the first binding (Plaza Hotel fountain rather than skyline). Inscribed by the author on the front free endsheet: "For Margaret Bergner from EBW." Scarce thus.

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        Zur Algebra der Funktionaloperationen und Theorie der normalen Operatoren. Von Neumann algebras

      Julius Springer, Berlin 1929 - Offprint of one of his most important papers in which he "introduced the concept of a ring of operators that later became known as a von Neumann algebra." (Bradley: Modern Mathematics, p.89). "In two papers [Math. Ann., 102, 49-131, and 370-427, 1929] von Neumann presented an axiomatic approach to Hilbert space and to operators in Hilbert space" (Morris Kline). "Von Neumann’s most famous work in theoretical physics is his axiomatization of quantum mechanics. When he began work in that field in 1927, the methods used by its founders were hard to formulate in precise mathematical terms; ‘operator’ on ‘functions’ were handled without much consideration of their domain or definition to their topological properties: and it was blithely assumed that such ‘operators,’ when self-adjoint, could always be ‘diagonalized’ (as in the finite dimensional case), at the expense of introducing ‘Dirac functions’ as ‘eigenvectors.’ Von Neumann showed that mathematical rigor could be restored by taking as basic axioms the assumptions that the states of a physical system were points of a Hilbert space and that the measurable quantities were Hermitian (generally unbounded) operators densely defined in that space. This formalism, the practical use of which became available after von Neumann had developed the spectral theory of unbounded Hermitian operators [in the first of the two 1929 papers mentioned by Kline], has survived subsequent developments of quantum mechanics and is still the basis of non relativistic quantum theory; with the introduction of the theory of distributions, it has even become possible to interpret its results in a way similar to Dirac’s original intuition." (D.S.B. XIV, p.91). The spectral theory of operators in Hilbert space "is by far the dominant theme in Von Neumann’s work. For twenty years he was the undisputed master in this area, which contains what is now considered his most profound and most original creation, the theory of rings of operators [introduced in the offered paper]. Most of von Neumann’s results on unbounded operators in Hilbert space were independently discovered a little later by M.H.Stone. But von Neumann’s ideas on rings of operators broke entirely new ground. He was well acquainted with the noncommutative algebra beautifully developed by Emmy Noether and E. Artin in the 1920’s and he realized how these concepts simplified and illuminated the theory of matrices. This probably provided the motivation for extending such concepts to algebras consisting of (bounded) operators in a given separable Hilbert space, to which he gave the vague name ‘rings of operators’ and which are now known as ‘von Neumann algebras.’ He introduced their theory in the same year [the offered paper] as his first paper on unbouned operators [the first of the two mentioned by Kline, see above]." (D.S.B. XIV, p.91) For a detailed exposition of von Neumann’s two 1929 papers see Morris Kline’s ‘Mathematical Thought from Ancient to Modern Times’, p.1092-95. 8vo: 233 x 157 mm. Offprint from: Mathematischen Annalen, vol. 102, heft 3, pp. 370-427.Original printed wrappers, some very light foxing to the right margin of the front wrapper, and 5 mm closed tear to the upper right corner, top and bottom of spine strip with a little chipping, in all fine a fine copy. Offprints of von Neumann's papers before 1930, prior to his move to Princeton, are rare. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Compleat Angler; The Lives of Donne, Wotton, Hooker, Herbert & Sanderson; and Miscellaneous Writings. Edited by Geoffrey Keynes

      London: The Nonesuch Press, 1929. No. 1253 of 1600 copies. With illustrations by Thomas Poulton and Charles Sigrist. 1 vols. 8vo. Original full brown niger morocco, spine and adjoining portion of covers slightly darkened, else fine in original slipcase. Provenance: Ashley Montagu. A beautifully produced volume (the title page alone went through 27 revisions), and the first edition of Walton's complete writings.

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        Autograph Letter, signed ("Federico García Lorca"), to his friends Herschel and Norma Brickell ("Queridos amigos"), while living in New York City and attending Columbia

      [New York, 1929. One page in ink, on folded sheet. In Spanish. 6-5/8 x 5-1/4 in. Horizontal fold, blank conjugate with pencil mark, slight wear, but clean, crisp and overall, very good. With envelope addressed in Lorca's hand ("Mr. Herschel Brickell, 441 Park Avenue, New York City"). The Poet in New York: "I live in John Jay Hall at Columbia ..." In the summer of 1929, the young Spanish poet Federico García Lorca arrived in New York where he enrolled in Columbia and was assigned a room at John Jay Hall. Although the poet had several Spanish and Latin American friends in the city, he had few American acquaintances, primarily because of his limited English. Among the few friendships he did form with Americans, however, was one of lasting importance: that of Herschel Brickell, an important literary critic, and his wife Norma. "Thanks to Mildred Adams, Lorca soon met a couple who were to increase the pleasantness of his stay in New York: Henry Herschel Brickell and his wife Norma. Brickell, nine years older than the poet, was a literary critic on the New York Herald and, since 1928, had been manager of the publishers Henry Holt and Company. A keen student of Spanish, he knew the language and literature well and had visited Granada ... In Spain people had told him about Lorca, and he was aware of the fame of Gypsy Ballads. All was ready for the meeting ... Brickell arranged a party for him at his flat ... All went better than even expected ... Brickell was dazzled by Federico's gifts, and was to write immediately after the poet's death that in all his experience he had never met such a magic personality. His wife, a cultured and musical woman, was similarly impressed and ... was soon getting on swimmingly with the poet. During July and the first half of August Federico visited the Brickells frequently, and his friendship with the couple grew when he returned to New York that autumn after the holidays" (Gibson, pp. 253-54). Before his departure to Cuba, Lorca spent Christmas with the couple. Their friendship was an important part of his brief but intense experience of New York, and it was during that time that Lorca was writing most of the poems which formed the collection Poeta in Nueva York, published in a bilingual edition (New York, Norton, 1940, with translations by Rolfe Humphries). For that edition, none other than Lorca's old friend and early admirer, Herschel Brickell, contributed the biographical note at the end of that volume and translated the introduction by Lorca's friend, José Bergamín. Brickell's accomplishments as an editor and a critic were many during his lifetime; but chief among them is the undeniable fact that he was one of the first Americans to appreciate Lorca's genius and bring it to the world's attention. Lorca's letter reads [In translation]: "Dear friends, I have spent a long time in the countryside, longer than I thought I would. Although I have kept a 'Spanish silence,' I have not stopped remembering you with true affection. I would like to spend a little time in your friendly company. I live in John Jay Hall at Columbia where I'm taking five courses. While waiting to hear from you please accept the affection of your friend forever - Federico Garcia Lorca." Letters from Lorca of this period are extremely rare.

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        Works of Robert Ingersoll [ Dresden Memorial Edition ]

      New York: Ingersoll League, 1929 This is a beautiful set all in dust jackets. Volumes are bound in burgandy cloth with gilt titles and the jackets are stiff, heavy tan with red and black decorations. The gilt lettering has some darkening. Jackets ahve the following flaws: Vol 12 with a chip at top; Vol 1 with chips at spine extrmities, starting to split at front gutter; Vol 9 with a nick at top of spine; Vols 7 and 10 starting to split at front gutter; Vols 3 and 5 starting to split at back. As mentioned, jackets are quite stiff, and with the exception of Vols 1 and 12, all were in fine condition until put in Brodart protectors. An attractive set in exceptional condition with the rare jackets. Included with this set if a prepublication solicitiation dated November, 1929. Please feel free to ask for pictures.

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        MURDER BY THE CLOCK.

      Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1929. - First edition. Professionally rebacked with original spine laid down, former owner's name on front fly leaf, else near fine in professionally restored, dust jacket. Lieutenant Valcour in his best-known case must solve the murder of a man who was murdered twice. At 8:34 P.M. the body is discovered by police. By midnight the corpse had been revived by the injection of adrenalin into the heart. By one o'clock he had been murdered again. 20TH Century Crime and Mystery Writers says, ". provides, typically for the period, many suspects and false trails. It has, moreover, a very nice twist at the end, the kind that makes one sorry the story must finish." In 1931 Paramount Studios produced the movie of the same name that was directed by Edward Sloman with the screenplay by Henry Myers. The movie starred William Boyd [remember him of later day Hopalong Cassidy fame], and Lilyan Tashman in the leading roles. A Haycraft/Queen and Crime Club title. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Icones Farlowianae. Illustrations of the Large Fungi of Eastern North America

      Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Farlow Library and Herbarium of Harvard University, 1929 - First edition, one of 500 copies. Folio (14.3 inches x 11.8 inches). 103 colored plates, one a fold-out ; artwork by Joseph Bridgham and L.C.C. Krieger. Plates by the Boston Heliotype Printing Company; Text printed by D B Updike at his Merrymount Press. x, 120 pp. Original green buckram. In original glassine. Fine [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Art Nonsense And Other Essays

      Cassell & Co., Ltd. & Francis Walterson, 1929. First edition, 30 of 100 copies, signed. With Gill woodcut on title page. x, 324, [1] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Maroon cloth. Fine in damaged box. The first use of "Perpetua" Type designed by Gill.

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