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        Those Were the Days. The Day's Play; The Holiday Round; Once A Week; The Sunny Side.

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1929 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine and upper board gilt. With the dust jacket. Lower corner bumped, spine faded and a little rolled. A very good copy in the rubbed, tanned, creased, and chipped jacket First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "For Peter Hammen now he is old, with love from A. A. Milne. Dec 20th, 1929". This volume is the first collected edition of four of Milne's novels, The Day's Play, The Holiday Round, Once A Week, and The Sunny Side. Scarce signed. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Lotto di 16 libri del Godoy più tre opere critico-biografica sul poeta., Notevole raccolta di opere del noto poeta di origini cubane (1880-1964) che, trasferitosi a Parigi nel 1919, ebbe ampia notorietà. Testi in francese.

      - "Le drame de la passion" Paris Émile-Paul Frères 1929 con un'acquaf. orig. firmata di Mariette Lydis all'antiporta, ediz. originale limitata a 511 esemplari. "Ite missa est" Paris Grasset 1933, ediz. originale. "Du Cantique des Cantiques au chemin de la croix" Paris Grasset 1934. "Triste et Tendre" préface de Jean Royère Paris Grasset 1935 nouvelle édition, uno dei solo 8 esempl. numerati su carta Japon. "Rome" Paris Grasset 1936, ediz. orig. limitata a 2550 esempl. numerati. "Trois poèmes de Saint Jean de la Croix adaptés en Français par Armand Godoy" Paris Grasset 1937, ediz. originale. "A Francis Jammes" Paris Grasset 1939, ediz. orig. limitata a 3654 esempl. numerati. "Bréviaire" Paris Vitte 1941, ediz. orig. limitata a soli 107 esempl. numerati. "De Vêpres a matines" Fribourg Egloff 1944, ediz. orig. uno dei solo X esempl. ad personam. "De Vêpres a matines" Paris Grasset 1944. "Mon fils! Mon fils!" Fribourg Egloff 1946, ediz. orig. limitata a 4000 esemplari. "Rossignol" Fribourg Egloff 1949. "Colloque de la joie" Paris Grasset 1951, con dedica autografa dell'autore all'occhiello. "Hosanna sur le sistre" Paris Grasset 1951. "Monologue de la tristesse. Poèmes" Paris Grasset 1955, con dedica autografa dell'autore all'occhiello. "Sonnets pour Don Juan" Paris Grasset 1956, ediz. orig. limitata a complessivi 3200 esempl. numerati. Infine completano il lotto le opere "Armand Godoy" di Antonio Jacono Milano Ediz. Latine 1935; "Armand Godoy" di Emile Schaub-Koch Paris Messein 1938 e "Armand Godoy" di Anne Fontaine Brescia Morcelliana 1961. Tutte le opere del Godoy sono in brochure edit. spesso intonse e con barbe. Rara collezione. Cfr. Talvart-Place VII.(vedi riproduz.)Num. catalogo: 247 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Ibis, a quarterly journal of ornithology (poi, Journal of the British Ornithologists' union).

      Subject: (Ornitologia). London, 1929/1959, vol. 71/101; 31 annate complete (di quattro fascicoli cad.). Con tav. anche a colori. Uniamo vol. d'indice, 1913/30.

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        Moonchild a Prologue

      The Mandrake Press, 1929-01-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. London: Mandrake Press, 1929. First Edition, First Printing. Bound in original dark green cloth. In Good condition, with signs of use and age. Spotting to cloth, most heavy to the top board; edge wear and rubbed corners; scuffing and overall wear to the exterior. The pages show spotting and wear; ownership mark to verso of front free end paper; pen mark to front free end paper. Binding is shaken; front hinge tender. Offsetting to paste downs and end sheets. Quite rare.

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        Letters and Confessions of a Retail Merchant

      Bramhall Printing Co., Publishers. Hardcover. Extremely Rare! 1929. First Edition. First Printing. Bramhall Printing Co., Publishers, 135 pages. 11 oz. (7.625 x 5.25 x .5 inches Navy Hardcover with gold lettering and design front cover in Fair chipped dust jacket) Very Good Condition. light edge/cover wear, Text is Clean and Unmarked! Binding is Tight! Next day Shipping with tracking! Letters and Confessions of a Retail Merchant by Charles Z. Coffin, Retail Business, Stores, Biblio . Very Good. 1929. 1st Edition.

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        Death Comes for the Archbishop

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1929. First illustrated edition, no. 21 of 170 copies signed by Cather. 4to. Illustrated by Harold von Schmidt. Limp vellum with yapp edges. Custom cloth open-faced slipcase. Crane A16.b.i

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        [Thirty-One Albums of Original Prints of Photographs, Representing Kent's Personal Archive of Images of His Excursions to Greenland, Alaska, Denmark, Puerto Rico, the American Southwest, Monhegan Island, of His Honeymoon in New Hampshire and of His Home, Asgaard]

      [Various Places]. [ca. 1929 - 1960s].. Thirty-one 7.5" x 6" leatherette albums categorized and identified by spine labels, captioned in ink in Kent's hand, containing 1125 individual original matte and glossy black & white 7" x 5" gelatin silver prints. Slight surface variations characteristic of ferrotyping, and some spotting, scratches and other blemishes in the negatives are evident in the prints; some are printed slightly askew; some oxidation, fading or other signs of the amateur processing is evident on occasion, otherwise remarkably good. Until his death Rockwell Kent maintained this collection of thirty-one albums of prints of his own photographs, as well as some photographs taken by others in his company on certain occasions, all arranged, identified and labeled according to locations and subjects. Apart from their categorization by placement in the notebooks, some occasional prints are identified by Kent in ink or bear his stamp. Kent frequently recorded scenes, people and settings via photographs during his voyages and travels, many of which he utilized as reference material, and are identifiable as such, in the production of his illustrations, prints and paintings made during and after his journeys. Kent made three trips to Greenland, first in 1929, and then in 1931-2 and 1934-5, and photographs from these three trips constitute the largest single subject element in the archive. The subjects break down generally as follow: 1) Greenland. 16 albums, including 549 images. 2) Asgaard. 8 albums, including 293 images. 3) Alaska. 1 album, including 46 images. 4) Monhegan Island. 2 albums, including 84 images. 5) Arizona, Colorado, California. 1 album, including 28 images. 6) Puerto Rico. 1 album, including 51 images. 7) Denmark. 1 album, including 43 images. 8) Hillsboro and Richmond. 1 album, including 31 images. Although obviously best known for his book illustrations, works on paper and paintings, Kent was sufficiently renowned as a photographer during the 1930s that some of his photographs were reproduced in photogravure in a portfolio, MODERN MASTERS OF PHOTOGRAPHY, SERIES 1 PICTORIALISTS, published by the Galleon Press. While those photogravures turn up separately with some frequency - usually well outside of their original context in the portfolio - individual original prints from negatives of Kent's photographs are scarce. We note as reference the appearance of a single Greenland print, also represented by a print in this archive, and in the same format, with Kent's ink rubber stamp on the verso: Swann Galleries, 15 May 2008, Lot 341, ($1300). ^Further details about the archive are available upon request.

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        New-York: Images Mouvantes.

      Publications du Centre, Paris 1929 - Limited edition - Number XV. One of only 10 copies printed on Japon Imperial (total edition of 500). This copy has an additional inscription by the author on the half title page. Text in French. Dessins d'Henriette Delalain. Title page printed in red & black. Illustrated by Delalain with 1 map and 15 full-page plates of famous New York views, each protected with lettered tissue. 77pp of text. Thin 4to, handsomely rebound in 1/2 crimson morocco with the original wrappers preserved. Paris: Publications du Centre, 1929. A fine copy in a fine binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Da Roma a Odessa. Sui cieli dell'Egeo e del Mar Nero. Note di Viaggio.

      Subject: (Aeronautica - Aviazione). Milano, Treves, 1929, 8vo tutta tela editoriale, pp. 217 con 73 tav. fotogr. f.t. Raro.

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        Short Studies in the Nature of Music

      Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co, 1929. Hardcover. Used; Acceptable. Hardcover; English language; Acceptable jacket; 12mo - over 6.75" - 7.75" tall; a good copy with a worn dust jacket. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent Royal Mail airmail.

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      1929. [EHON - BOTANICAL] Tanigami KO^NAN, artist. SHO^KEI KAKICHO San. Kyoto, Unso^do^, Sho^wa 4 [1929]. There is a complex series of puns involved with the titling of this work. Suffice it to say that the title describes a collection of designs of flowers and grasses of an unusually large size. They are, indeed, unusually large for the genre. Each of the 10 double page prints is approximately 31 x 44.5 cm in image size within the printed borders. This volume is volume 3 of 3. Very delicate and lovely printing in very nice condition. Within edgeworn cloth over board covers, printed silk title label.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company]
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        PEGASO. Rassegna di lettere e arti. Diretta da Ugo Ojetti.

      Le Monnier/Treves/Treccani 1929-1933 In-8 gr., bross. Di questa rivista mensile, di ca. 130 pp. cad., offriamo "tutto il pubblicato" in 54 fascicoli: dal gennaio 1929 (Anno I, n. 1) al giugno 1933 (Anno V, n. 6). Importante rivista culturale cui collaborarono, con scritti originali, i migliori letterati dell'epoca, quali Papini, Malaparte, Comisso, Cecchi, Bacchelli, Pirandello, Piovene, Palazzeschi, etc. Pubblicò inediti di Ariosto, Tommaseo e Manzoni, accanto ai saggi favorevoli ad autori stranieri contemporanei quali Huxley, Kafka, Dos Passos, che era non poca cosa nel quadro del dilagante nazionalismo. Cfr. Diz. Vallecchi,II, p. 1006 - Righini,I,2048. Il 1933 (in 6 nn.) è rileg. in mz. tela e privo delle copp. orig. Solo 4 fascicoli restaur. per piccole manc. al dorso ed 1 con la cop. macchiata, altrim. esempl. ben conservato.

      [Bookseller: Libreria La Bottega delle Occasioni]
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        I tre boy-scouts. Avventure meravigliose.

      Subject: (Scoutismo - Narrativa popolare). Milano, Sonzogno, 1929/37, 8vo cop. ill. col. (sempre dei boy scout in situazioni avventurose) pp. 48 per ogni fascicolo. Disponibili i fascicoli 4, 8, 12, 18, 22, 23, 26, 28, 29, 35/37, 39/44, 46/53, 76/98, 100/107, 109, 110, 112/148; un paio con alle copertine, ed altri con tracce d'uso pi? o meno evidenti. Tutti i 96 fascicoli per :

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        Small damask tablecloth runner (1865-1936, King of Great Britain)]

      1929 - with neatly embroidered cypher in red in the corner - "G.R.I. 1929 W.C." under a crown, 26" x 44", Windsor Castle,

      [Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB]
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        Spring Long Shore

      [Kent, CT: printed by the Meriden Gravure Company for Rex Brasher Associates, circa 1929-1932]. Quarto. (12 x 9 3/4 inches). 7 sheets (11 x 7 1/2 inches), with integral illustrations (6 after Brasher, 3 after photographs), mounted recto and verso of 4 sheets of larger blue-toned paper. Original card wrappers, illustrated titling to the upper cover, glassine wrapper. A unique off-print, specially prepared by Brasher for the man who shared his dream. E. Harold Hugo (1900-1985), or 'Al' as Brasher knew him, started work for Meriden Gravure Company, at 14. By the time he first met Brasher in the late 1920's he was a sales manager for the firm, and during World War II, he became general manager and in 1950 was named a director. He became president in 1969 before retiring in 1975. It is generally acknowledged that his greatest business achievement was to ensure that, under his leadership, the company won international renown for the quality of its work, but, perhaps his greatest individual business decision was to champion Rex Brasher's cause within his firm, a cause that was quickly taken up by company's president, Parker Allen. The company went on to provide (at very favourable rates) the uncoloured gravures that Brasher needed to illustrate his masterwork The Birds and Trees of North America, self-published by Brasher between 1929 and 1932, with 867 plates and numerous other illustrations. Brasher's nephew wrote of this deal: "The compact with Merdiden Gravure officers was altogether heartwarming and inspiring. Here were business men - almost total strangers, indifferent to security of any kind, willing and anxious to help a white- haired man realize a dream. ... It was ... a tribute to Rex. It was a tribute to his work. There could be no other inference. Rex could not help feeling a great flooding surge of satisfaction and new confidence" (M.E. Brasher Rex Brasher Painter of Birds p. 269). The present unique work, warmly inscribed with a small caricature self-portrait by Rex, was evidently intended by him as a small thank you to the salesmanager who became a friend. The text seems to correspond to that found in volume 11 of Rex's larger work (on Warblers, Wagtails, Pipits, etc.): the text which accompanies plates numbered 663-669 includes a narrative with the same title. The illustrated titling to the upper wrapper includes a version of the head-piece vignette on the first page of the text but is probably especially produced for this work. In effect it is a unique off-print, prepared by Brasher for Hugo because he had said how much he admired Rex's lyrical essay on the Long Island shore.

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        Mussolini e il fascismo.

      Subject: (Fascismo). Roma, Daffin?, 1929, 4to grande, legatura originale in tutta tela con titoli in nero, fascio impresso in oro e rosso al piatto ant. ed al dorso, pp. 408 con una tav. a col. in antip. ill. fotogr. n.t. e tav. f.t. Stato di nuovo.

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        A Farewell to Arms

      Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. Hardcover, Very Good

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        Romance" [original bromide photograph]

      1929. (Officer, Robert A.). "Romance" [original bromide photograph]. [n.p.: n.p., ca. 1929). (7 1/8" x 9 1/2" plus mat). Signed in pencil. Tipped to stiff mount with logo initials "ROA". Five exhibition labels on the back of the mount: Camera Club 3rd Invitational New York, 1930 Smithsonian. June 1930, signed "A.J. Olmsted, custodian" London Salon of Photography, 1929 1er Salon Internacional de Fotografia, Barcelona, 1929 First Rochester International Salon of Photography, Rochester, NY Dec 1929 Officer?s work is pictured in numerous periodicals including Camera Craft (volume 39, issue 4) and The Photographic Journal: Including the Transactions of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain... (volume 75, 1935) where he is listed as a member of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain and the Photographic Society of London. He lived and worked in Denver during the late 1920s.

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        The Arabian Nights

      Adam & Charles Black, London, 1929.. Illustrated by Folkard, Charles. Reprint. Pictorial Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. red cloth covers illust. on front & spine in green, white & black; black titles undated but probably the 1929 reprint of this edition (originally pub. 1913) with col. frontis. & 7 further full-page col. ills. by Charles Folkard plus b/w. ills. in the text; preface by Gordon Home; previous owner's name stamped (small) on fep. together with gift inscription dated 1946; foxing but only to a couple of pages; corners bumped but little wear; 247 pages. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Illustrator: Folkard, Charles. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Children; Myths, Legends, Fairy Tales; Myths, Legends & Folklore. Inventory No: CHD00211.

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        A Farewell to Arms

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1929. Octavo. Original fuschia cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Spine toned, very faint mottling to boards, lower corner bumped, endpapers toned. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed jacket with a few scuffs to the upper panel and spots to the lower panel. First UK edition, first impression, first issue with serious spelled incorrectly on page 66. A very attractive copy, uncommon in such nice condition.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        A Farewell To Arms

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. A respectable first printing of Hemingway's second great novel of love & war. First state/first printing without the disclaimer and with 'Catherine' misspelled as 'Katherine' on the jacket flap. Hardcover, full black cloth, gold title labels with black titling. Light general wear to book, corners lightly rubbed & bumped; minor insect nibbling along the hinges including one tiny hole; small worm-hole to fore-edge; paper lightly tanned; bookplate inside front cover; jacket price-clipped & edgeworn with some chipping, minor tears; spine tanned/darkened with minor spotting; chip at head of jacket spine is big enough that the 'A' of the title is gone; minor waterstains to interior of jacket. Text clean; [x], 355 pages. . First Edition. Cloth. Very Good/Good. 5½" by 7¾".

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        A Farewell to Arms

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1929. Octavo. Original half japon, blue paper sides, black morocco title label to spine, top edge trimmed, others uncut, blue endpapers. With the original publisher's patterned slipcase. Some tanning to spine and around board edges, tiny chips to title label; sound and internally clean, a very good copy indeed in the lightly rubbed slipcase splitting along top and bottom edges but holding together fine. First edition, first printing; signed limited edition, no 441 of 510 numbered copies on large paper, signed by Hemingway, this copy with the original publisher's slipcase also numbered 441.

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        Bay Road North Sydney.

      Cunninghame & Co.,, Sydney: 1929 - The poster advertises the four subdivided blocks of land between the railway line and Berry's Bay. 50.5 x 63 cm. Black printing on cream paper, title at top with date directly underneath and map below. Auction dated 7th May 1929, auctioneers Richardson & Wrench Ltd.

      [Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA]
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        Bauhausbucher 14: Moholy-Nagy Von Material Zu Architektur

      Munchen, Germany: Albert Langen , 1929. 241 pages. More than 200 black and white plates. The last volume to appear in the Bauhausbucherei was this collection of Moholy-nagy's lectures while he was a teacher at the Bauhaus from 1923 - 1928. The lectures covered four major themes: Pedagogic questions; The Material; Volume (in the plastic arts); Space (in architecture). Custom made hinged slipcase to protect book. Minor rubbing to covers, endpapers are lightly tanned. Copy is neat and clean. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        The Roman Hat Mystery

      Frederick A. Stokes, 1929. First American edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. The Roman Hat Mystery - Ellery Queen - & & Frederick A. Stokes, 1929.& & 2nd impression before publication july 2nd 1929& & Queen's first book and a Haycraft-Queen Cornerstone. & & signature of Ellery Queen (Manfred B. Lee) laid in.& & Textblock very clean with very occasional foxing& & dedication to front free endpaper& & Boards very bright and clean .

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      GUASP, Palma De Mallorca 1929 - 4 Carpetas editoriales conteniendo los 1440 grabados xilograficos, más 1 carpeta de Apéndice con 115 grabados más, sumando en total 1.555 . Aqui una colección de la tirada especial de 100 ejemplares. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libros Madrid]
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      New York: Horace Liveright. Limited. hardcover. fine. Small, slim, 4to, printed in blue and black, deckled edges, handsomely rebound in 1/2 khaki morocco, green leather label, marbled boards. New York: Horace Liveright, 1929. A fine copy. Signed and Limited Edition. One of 775 numbered copies.

      [Bookseller: Argosy Book Store]
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      Detroit, Michigan:: Detroit Aircraft Corp.,. [1929].. Oblong format: 8" x 11". Laid-in, a "Compliments of" slip from Detroit Aircraft Corp., which details the divers corporate subsidiaries.. Plain black cloth photograph album, string tie.. Photographs generally sharp & bright, though one or two a bit faded. at the edges. Modest wear to album. A VG [or better] item.. "The Detroit Aircraft Corporation [DAC] was incorporated in Detroit, Michigan on July 10, 1922, as the Aircraft Development Corporation. The name was changed in 1929. The Detroit corporation owned the entire capital stock of the Ryan Aircraft Corp., Aircraft Development Corp., Aviation Tool Co., Groose Airport, Inc., Marine Aircraft Corp., Park's Air College and Affiliated Companies, Detroit Aircraft Export Co., Gliders, Inc., and Eastman Aircraft Corp. It also owned a 90% interest in the Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Company, practically all of the capital stock of the Lockheed Aircraft Company and a 40% interest in Winton Aviation Engine Co." However, like so many other going concerns of the era, the Great Depression caused such losses that in October 1931, the Detroit Aircraft Corporation ceased operations. This item essentially a sample book, using photographs to depict the divers products from the various corporate entities of DAC, as well a promote the SMC-2, their metal-skinned dirigible- the album begins with the Ryan Brougham monoplane of the Ryan Aircraft Corporation, here pictured as Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis, to an Eastman Flying Boat [album photograph #4], to Lockheed Vega [album photograph #8], to a Blackburn All-Metal Flying Boat [album photograph #12], to construction of the dirigible SMC-2, the only successfully- operated metal-skinned LTA airship every flown [album photographs #15 - 23], to the completed "Metalclad Airship" [album photograph #24]. No copies found on OCLC. Rare. . 28 glossy photographic images, ~ 7" x 9-1/8", linen-backed, with white letter captions. Complete list of supplied on request.

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        The Works. (Containing all of the major novels and works including "The Call of The Wild", "White Fang.", "The Sea-Wolf", "Burning Daylight", etc

      New York: Macmillan, 1929, 1929. 20 volumes. 8vo. Attractively bound in recent half brown morocco leather over brown cloth boards. Titled and decorated in gilt to spine. Plain endpapers, internally clean and bright. An attractively bound collection.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        White Buildings [Inscribed by Crane]

      NY: Horace Liveright, 1929. Hardcover. Very good. Second Printing, A fine copy in publisher's batik boards and near fine jacket that shows just the lightest wear at the extremities and just a touch of sunning to the spine. Inscribed and signed by Crane on the front free endpaper: For/--/with kindest regards-/from/ Hart Crane/ 10/8/29. Books signed or inscribed by Crane are thin on the ground as he committed suicide in 1932.

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Mallory Bookseller. ABAA]
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        A Farewell to Arms

      Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. Hardcover. Very Good.

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        My book of History Vol 1,2,3,&4

      My Book of History Vol 1, 2,  3,  & 4 Beginnings and Conquest and New Nations and Conquest   This Set of My Book of History for Children by: olive Beaupre Miller assisted by harry Neal Baum The Bookhouse for Children Chicago/ Toronto 1929, 1930, 1931, and 1933 Beautifully Illustrated, Gilt embroidered cover Copy write in Great Brit. and Ireland and all countries subscribing to the Bern Convention

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      1929. Goverment of Iraq. MAPS OF IRAQ WITH NOTES FOR VISITORS. Baghdad, London: Goverment of Iraq, 1929. REvised and Enlarded Edition, 1929. Folio. 34pp. Bound in original maroon cloth with gilt lettering to front cover. 8 large folding maps, all required. All printed in 3 colors and produced by the Public Words Department of Iraq. 6th map has one fold with small tears and creases at edges. Head and tail are slightly worn. Includes photo- illustrated frontispiece.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company]
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        The Atoning Years

      - 1929 Thornton Butterworth hardcover First Edition. No dust jacket. Extremely rare book, knowledge of only one other copy at the Britsh Library. Some discolouring to page edges. Wear to spine and covers. Tanning and discolouring to page edges. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Booksmith]
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        A Farewell to Arms.

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929 - Octavo. Original half-japon, blue paper sides, black morocco title label to spine, top edge trimmed, others uncut, blue endpapers. With the original publisher's patterend slipcase. Some tanning to spine and around board edges, tiny chips to title label; sound and internally clean, a very good copy indeed in the lightly rubbed slipcase splitting along top and bottom edges but holding together fine. First edition, first printing; signed limited edition, no 441 of 510 numbered copies on large paper, signed by Hemingway, this copy with the original publisher's slipcase also numbered 441. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        MY CITY

      New York: Horace Liveright, [1929]. First Edition. Hardcover. Light spotting to front cover, not atypical for this title. Box with edgewear but complete. Near Fine in Good original box and with a fine association. Tall, thin folio (11-1/4" x 15-1/4") in cloth-backed wood-grained boards, housed in the original box reproducing the cover of the book. Illustrated with eight etchings in color by Max Pollak. Dreiser's homage to New York City limited to 275 copies SIGNED by the author. This is copy #2 and noted in ink as an "Author's Copy." It is also INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the limitation page: "For Marguerite Harris/with my thanks for/your devoted part/in all this/Dreiser/N.Y. Dec 16- 1929." Marguerite Tjader Harris was a beautiful writer who was chosen by Dreiser in 1944 to be his creative assistant to help him finish THE BULWARK. Harris, a devoted admirer, took on the task of helping him finish the novel that would provide a financial rescue for the author as well as capping his long, literary career.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Good-Bye To All That

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1929. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Bookplate. Spine rolled and faintly toned, cloth a little dulled, half-title partially toned from inserted clipping, contents faintly toned. A very good copy in the supplied jacket that is rubbed and tanned with chips and short closed tears. First edition, first impression, first issue with the infamous Sassoon poem intact. The story of the suppression of this issue is well recorded. The book printed a poem Sassoon had written to Graves in letter form. Sassoon was horrified and demanded the recall of the edition and the excision of the offending pages. This was done and a second issue produced with asterisks marking where the passages had been. Ironically these honest, fearful and touching lines are some of the best Sassoon ever wrote.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Odyssey

      Cambridge: Houghton Mifflin, 1929. hardcover. fine. Wyeth. Translated by George Herbert Palmer. 15 color illustrations by N.C. Wyeth. 4to, rebound in full red leather; leather label. Cambridge: Houghton Mifflin, (1929). A fine copy.

      [Bookseller: Argosy Book Store]
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        Early Indian Sculpture (2 Volume Set)

      The Pegasus Press - Harcourt, Brace and Company, New York 1929 - VOLUME I: xlvi, 137pp text and plates 1-62. ; VOLUME II: plates 63-161. Bibliography. Index. Collotype plates bright and clean (protected by tissueguards). Lightgreen cloth (slightly discol. , mainly on spine - covers with some light spotting ). CONTENTS: Some pages with mild foxing to borders (plates clean). * Front hinge volume I is starting to split over 10 cms from top, but still firm ! Overall GOOD COPIES. ** TOTAL POSTAGE (registered airmail over 5 kgs.): EUROPE 25.00 euros - OUTSIDE 55.00 euros. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Asia Printed Legacy]
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      Washington: U.S. Gov. Printing Office, 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine and exceptionally scarce item with a superb association. Small octavo (5-1/2" x 7-1/2") bound in flexible blue morocco leather lettered in gilt (including Coolidge's name at the bottom right) and decorated in gilt with stars in the corners and the Presidential coat-of-arms in the center. With a printed title page but the 19 text pages mimeographed rather than printed on paper with three holes in the gutter margin. Obviously a very limited production likely printed for Coolidge's personal use, and quite possibly unique. OCLC does not record any printed copy of this speech though it lists about 70 others. Given the same day as the 1927 State of the Union address, this speech was given to a much smaller, more selective audience. In the audience was William Butler, a Massachusetts Senator who was Coolidge's campaign manager and the Republican Party Chairman. This is his copy and is INSCRIBED and SIGNED to him by the President two days before Coolidge left office: "To Honorable William M. Butler,/In appreciation of a long and/faithful friendship/ Calvin Coolidge, /The White House,/March 1 1929." In the third sentence of his speech Coolidge acknowledges Butler: "Both the primary and the election were under the immediate direction of the present Chairman, William M. Butler." In his AUTOBIOGRAPHY, Coolidge remarks: "The campaign was magnificently managed by William M. Butler." Two minor text corrections in ink, likely by Coolidge.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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