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        Fish Shows - Apsaroke

      Suffolk Engraving Company, Boston 1930 - A breath-taking image from "The North American Indian", the grandest illustrated work ever produced in the United States, the most important illustrated work on Native Americans, and the single greatest book in Western Americana. Only the double-elephant folio edition of Audubon's "Birds of America" surpasses Curtis in its massive ambition and beauty of execution. ".Because of the singular combination of qualities with which he has been blessed, and because of his extraordinary success in making and using his opportunities. (Curtis) has been able to do what no other man has ever done; what, as far as we can see, no other man could do. He is an artist who works out of doors and not in a closet. He is a close observer, whose qualities of mind and body fit him to make his observations out in the field, surrounded by the wild life he commemorates. He has lived on intimate terms with many different tribes of the mountains and the plains. He knows them as they hunt, as they travel, as they go about their various avocations on the march and in camp. He knows their medicine men and their sorcerers, their chiefs and warriors, their young men and maidens. He has not only seen their vigorous outward existence, but has caught glimpses, such as few white men ever catch, into that strange spiritual and mental life of theirs; from whose inner most recesses all white men are forever barred." (Theodore Roosevelt, Foreword to Volume 1) Born around 1848, Fish Shows or 'Buusish' was a gallant Apsaroke warrior, who first fought under the renowned chief Red Bear against the Sioux. According to Curtis, in "stature and in vigor the Apsaroke, or Crows, excelled all other tribes of the Rocky Mountain region, and were surpassed by none in bravery and in devotion to the supernatural forces that gave them strength against their enemies." (Volume IV) Originally planters from the upper Midwest, they inhabited the Plains and Prairies region of the United States, where they became hunters and skilled horsemen. Edward Curtis was fascinated by the story of the Native Americans from childhood. His in-depth knowledge of the various tribes increased in parallel with his skill as a photographer during his participation in a number of scientific expeditions in the 1890s. In 1896, Curtis began to take photographs of the Native American tribes (by 1930 he had taken over 40,000 negatives of eighty tribes) and evolve his hugely ambitious plan for a comprehensive work which would illustrate his romantic vision of Native American life before the disastrous impact of European contact. With the enthusiastic support of President Theodore Roosevelt (who wrote the foreword to the present work) and the financial backing of J. Pierpont Morgan (Curtis was introduced to him by Roosevelt), the publishing project finally got under way in 1906. Pierpont Morgan died in 1913 just before the completion of the ninth volume, but his son agreed to continue underwriting the project; between them, they eventually contributed about a third of the $1,500,000 cost. What had originally been projected to take five or six years eventually stretched to twenty-three, finally reaching a conclusion in 1930 but leaving Curtis a broken and bankrupt man. Nonetheless, his grand design was completed, and his work remains as his monument. Cf. Naef & Goldschmidt The Truthful Lens 40; cf. Howes C-965. Photogravure after Edward Curtis, printed by the Suffolk Engraving Company, Japon paper. Very good condition.

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        Le Livre blanc. Precede d'un frontispiece et accompagne de 17 dessins de Jean Cocteau.

      Editions du Signe 122, rue de Grenelle, Paris. Number 364 of of 380 numbered copies on Arches paper (of a total of 450). 1930 - [Partial limitation statement]: Le tirage a ete limite a: [-] 380 exemplaires [copies] sur velin d'Arches [watermarked paper], numerotes de 37 a 416. [-] Exemplaire No 364 [This copy is one of the 380]. [Printer's colophon]: Ce livre, dont les dessins ont ete entierement colories a la main par M. B. Armington, artiste-peintre [all were hand-colored by Armington], a ete acheve d'imprimer le 10 mai 1930, par Ducros et Colas, Maitres-Imprimeurs a Paris. 9 in. x 11 1/4 in., paper cover with printed title; half-title; title-page; the frontispiece. [8]pp., pp. 9-[69] + reproduction of a page in Cocteau's handwriting, (regarding the authorship and illustrations for the book) + 17 full-page reproductions of Cocteau drawings, with pastel hand-coloring by Armington + numbered limitation page + printer's colophon page. Text is in French. Original paper wrappers with the title printed in black on the front cover with glassine paper over the wrappers. The lower spine end shows a light bump, a few tiny, age-related tan spots to a few page margins; the glassine paper shows very light tanning, some light chipping to the glassine paper spine ends and corners. Lacking the publisher's slipcase. Over all, a near fine copy of a very scarce artist's book. (French text). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        The Bridge

      New York: Horace Liveright. (1930). First. First American edition, preceded by the very limited French edition. Photograph by Walker Evans. Fine in a very good, spine-faded dustwrapper with a couple of internally repaired short tears, in custom cloth chemise and quarter morroco slipcase. Inscribed by the poet: "For Tom Smith with best wishes, Hart Crane." This edition was extensively revised and corrected following the first privately printed edition of 275 copies published by the Black Sun Press in Paris three months earlier. Smith was the editor-in-chief for the publisher Horace Liveright to whom, some evidence exists, Crane turned to when he was short on funds. Smith picked a succession of bestsellers for Liveright beginning with Hendrick Van Loon's The Story of Mankind (1921). Equally important, he selected up-and-coming writers Eugene O'Neill (Gold: A Play in Four Acts), Ernest Hemingway (In OurTime), William Faulkner (Soldier's Pay), T.S. Eliot (The Waste Land), Sherwood Anderson (Windy McPherson's Son), and Hart Crane (The Bridge). He also edited Dreiser's An American Tragedy. As Manuel Komroff wrote in his tribute to Smith and to his lasting influence on American literature: "Here was born a new American renaissance. All literature was changed and the relation between literature and the great American public was also changed ... much of this change was due to Tom Smith ... No one literary man in America has to his credit so much and no one literary man has carried this load with such humble modesty ..." (The Book of Tom Smith. A Biblio-Epitaph. Privately Printed, 1942). The relationship between Liveright and Smith inspired Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur to co-write and co-direct the 1935 film The Scoundrel (for which they won an Academy Award for their screenplay). One of the highspots of 20th Century poetry, rare signed, and with an excellent association. Connolly 100. .

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        Original crayon drawing signed ("Orlik").

      [Berlin, 1930]. - 4to. 1 p. on a leaf of quadrille paper. A quick sketch made at a dinner party by Orlik as a sort of parlor game, where the artist completed a drawing using two arbitrarily drawn lines by his hostess. In this instance the initial lines are in red, and Orlik has completed the image - the head of a man wearing a brimmed hat - in black. - Folded in half horizontally, with some rumpling along the right edge.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Heart-wrenching appeal from Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt to join a regional committee to raise money for starving children in Puerto Rico as a member of the national committee chaired by his cousin, Puerto Rico Governor Theodore Roosevelt [Jr]

      Typed Letter Signed, "Franklin D Roosevelt", one page, 7.25" X 10.5", dated November 6, 1930, Albany, New York, addressed to Darwin P. Kingsley, [President] New York Life Insurance Company. In part, " I have accepted the State Chairmanship in New York of the Committee which is making an appeal on behalf of the impoverished children of Porto (sic.) Rico...Governor Theodore Roosevelt of Porto Rico is the Honorary Chairman of the National Committee and actively engaged in the a result of the the request of President Hoover...over 150,000 American school children are seriously undernourished--some slowly starving...The feeding of these children is a part of the unified endeavor to raise $7,300,000 over a period of six years...The Porto Rico hurricane...destroyed crops, roads and homes, left all but destitute more children in peril of death from malnutrition and the scourge of tuberculosis than anywhere under the American coffee without sugar or milk is the only br

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Poster. PORTRAIT OF JIANG KAI SHEK, CHAIRMAN OF THE NATIONALIST GOVERNMENT: (Jiang Jieshi), better known as Chiang Kai-shek.

      Shanghai, China: Shanghai Zheng Xing Picture Publishing Company, Shanghai, China 1930 - Shanghai, China: Shanghai Zheng Xing Picture Publishing Company. c. 1930. Measurements: 30¿ x 21.75¿. This poster in colour is based on a famous photograph of him from the same period. This rare poster portrays a handsome young Jiang Kai Shek in his early 40s, holding a sword and wearing the badge of the Kuomintang (Guomindang). He is in military uniform and is posed like a majestic commander. Some minor closed tears at the top edge (as expected), but on the whole this is in clean, fine, and very desirable condition. Rare. (Note: The image we provide of the poster is cropped--we have also supplied an image of the famous photograph (in public domain) for comparison purposes. Additional close ups are available. Satisfaction guaranteed.

      [Bookseller: Bjarne Tokerud Bookseller ABAC/ILAB/PBFA]
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        Ash Wednesday

      London: Faber and Faber, 1930. Hardcover. Very good. #537 of 600cc. Publisher's blue cloth and cardboard slipcase. Glassine lacking, otherwise a fine copy in a darkened, internally repaired slipcase that has three tape ghosts to the top edge. Gallup A15.

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Mallory Bookseller. ABAA]
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        Blanc et rouge - Rose et noir - Bleu, blanc, rouge

      Paris, Etablissement Nicolas 1930-32 - 3 albums grand in-4°, brochés, couv. illustrées, n.p EXEMPLAIRES DE LUXE (pour n°1 et 3) de cette prestigieuse publication imprimée par Draeger Oberlé-Fritsch 598 Collection complète du dépliant "Le service des vins doit être une symphonie" et de la plaquette de René Benjamin "Dialogue moderne en trois temps et trois cocktail", et de la lettre d'envoi de l'album n°1, datée de mai 1930. Coiffes ainsi que dos d'une des plaquettes légèrement frottés

      [Bookseller: Librairie Gastéréa]
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        Ash Wednesday. A Poem

      London; Faber and Faber Ltd / New York; The Fountain Press. Printed in Great Britain. 1930., 1930. Slim Octavo. No.259 of 600 numbered copies (200 for the UK, 400 for the USA), printed at The Curwen Press on fine laid paper, March 1930 (5 days before the trade edition). SIGNED by T.S.Eliot. Pp28 (+blanks), bound in publisher's mid-blue cloth, with gilt title panel and lozenge decorated in gilt to upper, titled in gilt to backstrip. Previous ink ownership to flyleaf, one or two minor marks to cloth, near fine. The first long poem written by T. S. Eliot after his 1927 conversion to Anglicanism. Edwin Muir maintained that "Ash Wednesday is one of the most moving poems he [Eliot] has written, and perhaps the most perfect. Gallup A15a.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Cast metal Bezalel wall plaque of Isaac M. Wise

      Austria, 1930. Very Good. Large Original Boris Schatz Plaque celebrating Founder of Reform Judaism in America: Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise& & (WISE, Isaac M.) SCHATZ, Boris. Cast Bronze Bezalel Wall Plaque of Isaac M. Wise. Austria, circa 1930. Plaque measures 23 1/4 inches x 15 inches in original frame and weighs more than 20 pounds. & & Inscribed with the familiar monogram of Prof. Boris Schatz, Jerusalem. “Isaac M. Wise (1819-1900)” with the Rabbi’s name and dates both in English and Hebrew. A Hebrew verse is inscribed above the image: “vaYizra Yizhak vaYimtsa me’ah she’arim.” (Genesis 26:12). The lower left corner of the plaque is stamped: “Made in Austria after special instructions of Prof. Boris Schatz, Jerusalem.” & & Isaac Mayer Wise, born in Bohemia (1819-1900) received a traditional Jewish education in Prague and Vienna and worked as a teacher and a rabbi before immigrating first to New York in 1846 and then on to Cincinnati, Ohio where he remained for almost half a century. He founded the weekly publication The Israelite and for many years thereafter wrote most of its articles as well as historical works and popular novels. In post Civil War America he was the best-known Jew and a well-regarded leader in American liberal religious circles. He believed that in time Judaism would become the religion of all enlightened men, but first it had to be modernized, democratized and most importantly, Americanized. To this end he became the father of Reform Judaism by founding its Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Hebrew Union College and the Central Conference of American Rabbis.&

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        Capri. Materials for a description of the island.

      The Lungarno Series. Florence, Orioli 1930 - In 8vo; pp. XVI, 365. Ventitre tavole fuori testo con luoghi e vedute dell'isola. Edizione a tiraggio limitato, copia n. 26 di 525 firmata dall'autore. Esemplare intonso a fogli chiusi. Dedica autografa: "To John in memory of an evening on Capri from Norman". Mezza tela azzurra, tassello al dorso con titolo in oro, cerniere logore. Giunto nel 1888 Douglas fu subito preso dallo scenario isolano e trasfuse tutto il suo studio ed interesse per l'isola in quest'opera storicamente completa e particolareggiata, importante per le notizie sugli scrittori di Capri. Woolf, A 33 b; Sandomenico, pag. 180. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Parties: Scenes from Contemporary New York Life

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1930 - 260 pages. First edition, one (179) of 250 numbered copies signed by Van Vechten on a special page at the beginning of the book. Fine yellow flexible vellum covers with silver lettering and design to spine, and design to front cover. Fine plain paper dust jacket with a closed 1/2" tear to the top of the front gutter. Fine black cardboard slipcase. A beautiful copy! [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Dalil al-hajj.

      [Saudi Arabia?, 1930?]. 4to. 24 pp. With a printed frontispiece and 10 plates. Modern giltstamped red half calf with marbled covers. Marbled endpapers.. A "Guide to the Hajj" published early in the reign of H.R.H. King Abdulaziz ibn Saud. The frontispiece shows King Abdulaziz, the plates include portraits of Princes Saud ibn Abdulaziz and Faisal ibn Abdulaziz as well as numerous pictures of the Holy Sites, local buildings, and the tent dwellings of the pilgrims. - Slight staining to margin of frontispiece; lower corner of Prince Saud's portrait torn off (not touching image, but slight loss to text). Appealingly hand-bound in an oriental-styled binding.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        OJFN MAREW-FRONT KEIN NEIS [= All quiet on the western front]. Oifn Marev front keyn nayes

      B. Kletzkin, Vilna, Vilnius, Wilno 1930 - Translated from the German to Yiddish by Isaac Bashevis Singer. Frontispiece portrait of the author. Original pictorial linen boards with a striking two-color design on upper cover. Title detached, brittle. Unter der redaktzie fun Michael Weichert. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meir Turner]
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        SOLDIER'S PAY. Signed.

      Chatto & Windus, London 1930 - Signed First English Edition of the author's first novel. The first of Faulkner's titles to appear in England. Preface by Richard Hughes [who also wrote the preface for The Sound And The Fury in 1931, which appeared in similar format]. 8vo., 326pp., 4 pages of ads. One of 2000 copies printed from new plates. Publisher's green cloth stamped in gilt on the spine, top edge stained green. An extremely nice copy in the original cream coloured dustwrapper lettered in red & black showing very light use. Signed by Faulkner in full on the dedication page in black fountain pen, "William Faulkner". The dustwrapper states: "NOT A 'WAR BOOK" on front panel with the Hughes quotation on the back: ". if I were asked who seems to me at the moment the most interesting novelist in America, I should not hesitate in naming one who is not only unknown in England but practically unknown in America also - William Faulkner." Rare Signed. Peterson A2.14 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Dance Night

      Farrar and Rinehart, New York 1930 - First edition. Corner of the front fly a little torn, else a nice, near fine copy lacking the dustwrapper. A pleasing copy of the author's exceptionally uncommon fourth book, and considered the finest of her "Ohio" novels. Signed by the author: "Love, Dawn." Powell was a prolific and well-regarded author, but mostly forgotten until a relatively recent and well-deserved revival. For forty years she was a valued jewel of the New York literary world and if you read her books it's easy to see why. Rare, especially signed. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Frontières humaines.

      Editions du carrefour 1930 - - Editions du carrefour, Paris 1930, 13x19cm, broché. - Edition originale sur papier courant. Précieux envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à André Breton ". au grand chanteur / à la sirène / au . hélas". Une ombre verticale sur toute la longueur du deuxième plat, sinon bel exemplaire. Couverture illustrée. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Les Innocents

      Emile Hazan & Cie, Paris 1930 - Original wraps, in glassine dust jacket; 4to; with full-color frontipiece and plates, untrimmed edges. Total limited edition of 833 copies, with variations. This copy number 12 from a limited edition of 25 on Hollande van Gelder paper, with an additional suite of 6 plates in b/w, and 1 in full-color (these loose, in fine condition, and suitable for framing). Covers a little wrinkled along the edges; small chips at spine tips. Glassine torn along spine. Internally simply lovely. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A.]
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        Le Surréalisme au service de la révolution.

      Paris: José Corti, Les Cahiers Libres-33. 1930 - Directeur: André Breton. Nos. 1 to 5 (lacking 6th issue and the cover to the first issue). Wrappers. Text by Breton, Eluard, Duchamp (La Mariée mise à nu par ses célibataires mêmes), Char, Crevel, Aragon etc. Illustrations after May Ray, Taguy, Dali, Miró, Giacometti, Duchamp. D-B, VI, No. 819. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Frankreich. Die Entwicklung der neuen Ideen nach Konstruktion und Form.

      Wien, Schroll, 1930. 4°, 132 S., 183 Abb. u Pläne., OLwd., Umshclag mit fachfrauisch hinterlegtem Buchumschlag- kleine Bildverluste am Deckel. Rücken m grösserem Textverlust. Einige S. min. fleckig. Insgesamt gutes Exemplar. Preis in CHF: 1320. (= Neues Bauen in der Welt Bd. 3). Umschlaggestaltung von El Lissitzky. - Ein Bemerkenswertes Architekturbuch welches das "Neue Bauen" in Frankreich anhand von Brücken, Fabrikgebäuden, Markthallen und Wohnhäusern kenntnisreich zeigt. Ein kleiner Beitrag wird der Westschweiz und Italien gewidmet. Architekten sind: Auguste Perret, Tony Garnier, Henri Sauvage, Le Corbusier, Andre Lurcat, Gabriel Guevrekian, alberto Sartoris, Giuseppe Terragni u.a.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej]
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      1930 - A Paris, Editions Surréalistes, 1930. In-quarto (191 X 236) demi-maroquin saumon à coins, dos lisse, auteurs et titre dorés, date en queue, tête dorée, plats et dos de la couverture conservés (reliure de l'époque) ; (2) ff. blancs, 125 pages, (2) ff. de table et de justification du tirage, (1) f. blanc. Plats et dos de la couverture conservés défraichis. ÉDITION ORIGINALE. UN des 2 000 EXEMPLAIRES numérotés sur papier impondérable des papeteries Sorel-Moussel (n°322). ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE signé des auteurs sur le faux-titre : « Hommage des auteurs / André Breton Paul Eluard ». BEL EXEMPLAIRE, finement relié. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Az Athenaeum Almanachja 1930 [The Athenaeum Almanac 1930]

      Budapest: Athenaeum. 1930. First. First edition. Small octavo. Text in Hungarian. Wrappers illustrated with a snowman by the Hungarian born Victor Vasarely (signed in print as "Vasarhelyi"). Nominal wear, about fine. A very early image by Vasarely, he left Hungary for Paris that same year, just after leaving Sandor Bortnyik's workshop, then widely recognized as the center of Bauhaus studies in Budapest. Very scarce. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Hugo Junkers

      um 1930 - Typobild mit stundenplan der weberei (am Bauhaus) in mehrfachem, variiertem Ausdruck sowie †berdruck in Rot Beispiel fŸr die in der Reklameklasse des Bauhauses unter Leitung von Joost Schmidt entstandenen Typobilder.- Vgl. W. Herzogenrath (Hrsg.) , bauhaus utopien, Arbeiten auf Papier, Stgt. 1988

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      Editions Surréalistes, Paris 1930. 250 exemplaires sur Lafuma-Navarre numérotés de 31 á 280. Exemplaire Nº 121. - 1a Edición///////Bonita encuadernación en plena piel de dos colores. No conserva cubiertas originales./29,5x19,5. Sin paginar.//Poesía, Vanguardias [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tarzan at the Earth's Core

      Metropolitan Books Inc. Publishers, New York 1930 - Publisher's green cloth boards with the front and spine lettered in black. Frontispiece and DJ illustrated by St. John. A tight copy with some tiny spots on bottom edge and remains of a tiny label on rear pastedown. Fine with pencil markings of prior booksellers on front free endpaper. Jacket in mylar wrapper is from the Grosset & Dunlop reprint edition and shows some sun-fading along spine with small chips at spine ends - VG. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE COMPLETE WORKS.THE ILIAD AND THE ODYSSEY. The Iliad done into English prose by Andrew Lang,walter Leaf,Ernest Myers.-The Odyssey done into English prose by S.H.Butcher and Andrew Lang

      The Modern Library.New York.,circa 1930's. 8vo.(8.1 x 5.6 inches).Issued as part of the Modern Library Giants series.A very good clean copy in fine leather binding of full blue morocco.Spine with five raised bands,ruled in gilt.Compartments decorated and lettered in gilt.Boards with four line design within a single gilt ruled border.Gilt inner dentelles and double rule.Marbled paper on boards.Top edge gilt.A beautiful fine decorative binding.:wph.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Cécile de la folie

      Plon 1930 - In-12, demi maroquin tabac à coins, dos à nerfs ornés, tête dorée, couverture et dos conservés, non rogné. Reliure signée par Huser. Edition originale. Un des 37 exemplaires sur Japon (deuxième papier). (Référence : Talvart, II, p345) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Canadian Pacific to Japan & China. - Apply Within

      Barclay & Fry Ltd. - [no date]. (Poster) Very good. 31" X 21". Artist unknown. Litho by Barclay & Fry Ltd., London. Original poster unmounted. In very good condition with some minor creases. C. 1930. Not in Choko and Jones' "Poster of the Canadian Pacific". Oriental style posters advertising Canadian Pacifics new steamship routes from B.C. To Hong Kong (stopping at spots in Japan and China). Displays the exotic styles of the orient by showcasing an asian style temple, stone lion and people. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      Spes - J. de Gigord 1930 - RO40188907: 15 volumes reliés (recueils) et 34 volumes brochés. Etiquettes de code sur les dos. Tampons et annotations de bibliothèque sur les 1ers plats et en 1res pages. Tome II, 1924, manquant. Numéros de mars, mai et juin 1925 manquants. Numéros de mai à déc. 1929 manquants. 3 numéros de 1930 présents: juin, juillet, août-sept. Avec un n° spécial 1921: La Semaine des écrivains catholiques, mai 1921. Du n° 1, Nouvelle Série, jan. 1920, au n° 3, 17e année, août-sept. 1930. Sommaire du n° 1, jan. 1920: Remarques sur le nouveau livre de M. Bergson, L'Energie spirituelle, Maurice Legendre. Respublica Litteratorum, Vilfredo Pareto et la succession d'Aristote, René Johannet. Réponse à l'Enquête, Vilfredo Pareto. Le Démon de la Musique (Nouvelle), Jean des Cognets. Le Salon d'Automne, Stanislas Fumet. Bibliographie, henriette Charasson et Paul Cazin. Epître familière de l'Incomparable Pau. à Jean des Cognets. En marge des Lettres (Notes): Les élections belges, Elie Baussart, etc. Sommaire du n° 3, août-sept. 1930: Gaëtan Bernoville, Billet du Mois, Publicité et moeurs littéraires. Lucie Delarue-Mardrus, Présentation de Guillaume le Conquérant. Jacques Nanteuil, Un itinéraire intellectuel, de Renan à Jacques Rivière. L'homme masqué, Aux Quarts d'heure des Lettres. Charles Bioche, Nicole Oresme. Albert Autin, Un grand humaniste: Elemir Bourges. André Thérive, Anarchie (Nouvelle). Amélie Murat, Prière (Poème). Louis Latzarus, réflexions de l'homme dans la rue. René Johannet, En France. Maurice Lanoire, En Angleterre. J. Calvet, En lisant les revues et les journaux. In-8 Relié. Etat d'usage. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 840.091-XX ème siècle [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lettering, [The New Art Library]

      Published by Seeley, Service & Co. Ltd. , London 1930 - , 336 pages including index, complete with 403 illustrations including tipped-in plates throughout, SIGNED in ink by Graily Hewitt at limitation page Edition de luxe, Limited to 380 signed copies, this being No. 85 , book covered with protective plastic sleeve, cloth very slightly darkened at spine but externally cleaan, previous owner's bookplate at front pastedown, some light spots at very fore-edges but text and plates nice and clean, in very good condition , white cloth with gilt titles to spine, top edge gilt, ribbon marker large octavo, 27 x 20 cm Hardback SIGNED by the author [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Keoghs Books]
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        CHRISTMAS CAROL. In prose. Being a Ghost story of Christmas.

      Press of the Woolly Whale. New York., No. 48 of 200 copies of a total of 250 copies. 1930 - 10 in. x 13 7/8 in. Title page, printed in red and black, has a note regarding the W. A. Dwiggins door knocker. Introduction by Melbert B. Cary, Jr. [6] 1-[79] + numbered colophon bearing the number 48 inside of the Dwiggins door knocker design. Printed on Dutch Lutetia type of J. van Krimpen, and printed damp upon Tarazona paper. Marley’s door knocker and the five initial letters have been designed and drawn for this work by W. A. Dwiggins. Marginalia and initial letters printed in red. Vellum spine and sides with a red leather title label with gilt titling and a small gilt-embossed design on the front lower vellum side. Green cloth over boards. Top edge gilt. Other edges rough-cut. The leather title label shows some wear; small bumps to the lower cover corners, and light wear and rubbing to the cover corners, some age-related tanning to the rough cut fore-edge of the book. Vellum shows some age-related mellowing. Bookplate of James L. Thielman on the front inner paste-down. A near fine copy. Weight is 2.5 lbs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        A Christmas Carol In Prose: Being A Ghost Story of Christmas.

      New York, Press of the Woolly Whale, 1930. - Folio (14" x 10 1/4"). 1 page introduction by Melbert B. Cary, Jr. Initial letters by W.A. Dwiggins. Contemporary 3/4 green morocco over marbled boards (back cover rubbed; toning to endpapers). Very good. Number 177 of 250 numbered copies. First book the press. Hand set by George W. Van Vechten, Jr. and Charles H. Richards. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Houle Rare Books/Autographs/ABAA/PADA]
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      New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1930. - First U.S. edition. Fine copy in a fine unrestored dust jacket. Twelve short stories that feature Mr. Satterthwaite, an elderly little man who plays a part in the drama of other peoples' lives. He has a helper, Harley Quin, who appears from nowhere and speaks for the dead who cannot speak for themselves. Uncommon, especially in dust jacket. Exceptional copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB]
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        The Mysterious Mr. Quin

      W. Collins Sons & Co. Ltd, London,, 1930. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full blue morocco, titles and box design to spine gilt, raised bands, rule to boards gilt, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. A fine copy. First Edition, First Impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        A Service / in Memory of / Alice Freeman Palmer + The Life of Alice Freeman Palmer + A Marriage Cycle + The Autobiography of a Philosopher

      1903, 1908, 1915, 1930 - A collectors set of FOUR BOOKS with inscriptions and laid in card. This is a collection of four books that sets forth in documents and the books themselves the life and the love shared by George Herbert Palmer and Alice Freeman Palmer. Often it recalls the great stories of the love between intellectuals from Aphasia and Pericles, through Abelard and Eloise, and beyond to Sartre and DeBeauvior, but all of this in a uniquely American nineteenth century style. These works and documents reflect the times and the great academics of Europe and America who came together in the so-called "Classical Age" of American philosophy. The collection begins with the death of Alice Freeman Palmer in 1902 and eventually we are taken forward to May 1945 when memories of the Palmers are slipping into the culture's unconsciousness. The remarkable book containing AFP's funeral service with the presentation card of GHP and the inlaid letter from a recently bereaved George Trumbull Ladd begins the telling of the story. Next is GHP's 1908 published biography of his wife which went through many editions and very many issues. The presentation copy here is very rare and contains an inscription to their favorite niece. The third text A Marriage Cycle published six years later contains the poems AFP asked GHP to burn literally during the last moments of her life. The Preface to the book contains his struggle with publishing them. Lastly GHP's 1930 Autobiography is inlaid with a series of letters to their friend Apatha Laughlin dated from before Alice's death to fifteen years after George's death. The editions, the inscriptions and the laid in materials make this a historically unique set of first editions. COMPLETE DESCRIPTIONS, BIBLIOGRAPHICAL & HISTORICAL DETAILS AND PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Athena Rare Books ABAA]
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      Doubleday, Doran & Company, Garden City 1930 - A novel, but not a mystery, about the life and loves of a musical genius, written under Christie's pseudonym. About Fine in a scarce Very Good or better, lightly soiled dustwrapper with a short closed tear on the rear [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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