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      1930. (SEUSS,DR.)illus. FOILED BY ESSOLUBE: A JIG-SAW MELODRAMA by DR. SEUSS. This is a marvelous large 150 piece full color jig-saw puzzle, circa 1930's COMPLETE IN ITS ORIGINAL PICTORIAL ENVELOPE! (envelope creased and frayed) Pictured in the puzzle are three people in a car who are successfully fighting off the Zero-doccus, the Karbo-nockus, the Moto- munchus, the Oilio-gobelus and the Moto-raspus with the caption reading "Foiled by Essolube." The envelope is illustrated in black line and on the back, the cast of characters is explained. The main character on the front of the envelope is a precurser of the Cat In The Hat. Measuring 17" wide by 11 1/2" high, this is a fantastic and very rare Seuss item. See Dr. Seuss From Then To Now p.22 for color photo.

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. ]
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        Hebraica: Documents D'Art Juif. Orfèvrerie. Peinture

      Librairie des Arts Decoratifs. A. Calavas editeur. Paris: Librairie des Arts Décoratifs. A. Calavas, éditeur., 1930's. First edition. Hardcover. vg. 4to. 4pp. of descriptive text, 48 leafs of plates. Original printed portfolio with string ties. Preface by Henri Guttmann. Fascinating work displaying some of the most precious and rarest items from the Judaica art collection of S.M.Salomon of Paris. Includes 48 plates, of which six are colored in pochoir and heightened in gilt. Ceremonial objects include numerous Hanukkah lamps. Some edge wear on portfolio with boards slightly rubbed and age-toned. Moderate rubbing on corners. Very minor yellowing along outer margin of pages. Text in French. Portfolio in overall good, interior in very good condition.

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        DREAM DAYS

      1930. 1. GRAHAME,KENNETH. THE DREAM DAYS. London: John Lane Bodley Head (1930). Tall 8vo (6 x 9"), vellum backed marbled boards, slight tip rubbing else near Fine. LARGE PAPER EDITION LIMITED TO ONLY 275 COPIES SIGNED BY KENNETH GRAHAME AND ERNEST SHEPARD. Printed on special rag paper and illustrated by ERNEST H. SHEPARD with beautiful black and whites.

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      1930. 1. (BAUM,L.FRANK). THE YELLOW KNIGHT OF OZ by Ruth Plumly Thompson. Chic: Reilly & Lee (1930), 4to, bright red cloth, pictorial paste- on, tiny bit of wear at head of spine else FINE IN DUSTWRAPPER (dw 1st state with both flaps listing this title last, lightly frayed, chipped at spine ends and price clipped). First ed. 1st state with plates coated both sides and spine imprint in bold face (Hanff - Greene XXIV) illustrated by J.R. NEILL with 12 plates plus many full page black and whites. A beautiful copy.

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        THE EDWARDIANS. Signed

      New York: Doubleday, Doran, and Company/Grosset & Dunlap, (1930)., 1930 Sackville-West, Vita. THE EDWARDIANS. Signed. New York: Doubleday, Doran, and Company/Grosset & Dunlap, (1930). First Edition, early impression beautifully Signed and dated by Vita Sackville-West on the front free endpaper. 8vo. 314 pp. Rust cloth, black titles and decorations in a difficult to find supplied First Edition pictorial dustwrapper. A bright, fresh copy of one of Vita Sackville-West's most successful books, drawing on Knole and her childhood as a pattern for Chevron and its inhabitants. "Vita's book is such a best seller that Leonard and I are hauling in money like pilchards from a net". Virginia Woolf, Letters.. Signed by Author. First Edition.

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      Introduzione di L. Parpagliolo ed uno studio di Edwin Cerio. Roma, Biblioteca d?Arte Editrice, 1930. In folio; pp.87 con disegni intercalati nel testo. 33 tavole in bianco e nero e 4 a colori a piena pagina. Edizione di 650 esemplari, testo su carta pesante olandese, le tavole su carta a mano speciale. Mezza pergamena con angoli, dorso a cordoni, titolo in oro. Ex libris. Un appassionato dotto contributo alla campagna, iniziata nel 1922 da Cerio con l?opera "La casa nel paesaggio di Capri", in difesa degli originali caratteri architettonici dell'isola. Non comune. Sandomenico, pag. 96. 6 immagini allegate.

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      Doubleday Doran and Co. Garden City: Doubleday Doran and Co., 1930. First edition, first prnt. Inscribed by Kunitz on the front free endpage. "For the Leith-Rosses, with warmest neighborly greetings - Stanley Kunitz Christmas 1940." Gray cloth-covered boards with printed label on spine. Lacks dustjacket. Offsetting on inscribed page, text pages with foxing, beginning toning on spine. Clean, tight copy in Very Good condition. At the time of his inscription, Kunitz lived in Bucks County, PA close-by Artist Harry Leith-Ross (1886-1978) who lived and worked in New Hope, PA.Inscribed and Dated by Author. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Association Copy. Kunitz's first book.The images are of the actual book described and not stock photos.

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        A Life of Gaudier-Brzeska.

      London William. Heinemann, The Curwen Press 1930. Folio (14"x10½") 45 Fine Collotype plates in colour and B & W 16 text illustrations.Printed on Barcham Green Hand made paper uncut & t.e.g. In a numbered limited edition of 350 copies. This no 23 Rebound in Salmon coloured cloth with black leather lettering piece. A superb Curwen Press production.

      [Bookseller: John L Capes]
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        Originalmanuskriptet til En lystelig Visebog. Enogtyve Viser. Musik af Niels Clemmensen. Vignetter af Axel Nygaard.

      Kbh., 1930. Lille folio. Indb. i et nydeligt samt. hldrbd. af rød maroquin. Indeholder det orig. egenhændige manuskript til teksten af Seedorf, orig. egenhændige tegninger af Nygaard, Orig. egenhændige noder af Clemmensen samt 1. prøvetryk af musikken og teksten, indeholdende adskillige egenhændige rettelser.. Yderst interessant originalt manuskript, af hvilket det bl.a. fremgår, at Seedorf havde påtænkt værket titlen "Styrmand Andreasson og Konsorter". Der findes adskillige andre kuriositeter og morsomheder, såsom kommentaren "Her har/ du overset/ den manglende/ Tankestreg/ mellem Stud og med/ Ha! Ha!" på 1. prøvetrykket af noderne til "Bedæk med friske Krandse", hvoraf det desuden fremgår, at den oprindelige titel var "Trøsterig Vise for bedragne Ægtemænd."Manuskriptet bærer en egenhændig dediktion til Karen Else (Seedorfs hustru, også kendt som "Spindevinde"): "Som Hans siger:/ Vor Moders Navn ved et Anker, boys,/ og saa Navnet paa hende, I veed!/ Din hengivne Ven/ Niels Clemmensen." Manuskriptet bærer Karen Elses ex libris. Vedlagt et eksemplar af den trykte originaludgave

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        The Fall of the House of Usher.

      With 10 original aquatints by Alexandre Alexeïeff. Maastricht, A.A.M. Stols, The Halcyon Press, 1930. Publisher's decorated cloth binding. 68 pages. Slightly brownspotted on endpapers. Spine slightly sunned.. No. 271 of 325 numbered copies (total number of copies is 365)

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      The Philippine Islands: Scott, Foresman, and Company,, 1930 From TBCL's Children's Bookcase. Elson, William H., & William S. Gray. ELSON-GRAY BASIC READER. PRE-PRIMER [Dick and Jane]. The Philippine Islands: Scott, Foresman, and Company, 1930. "Dick. See Dick. See Dick Run" Sm. 8vo, 40pp. 39 in-text colour illustrations. True First Edition with "Property of the state of Texas" imprint on both the front & back inside covers. Publisher's black cloth-backed printed wrappers printed in black, green & orange. A very good example showing moderate use. In this first printing, SALLY was stilled called BABY [unnamed to this point] & SPOT the dog was still a TERRIER. In later editions he became a COCKER SPANIEL. PUFF the cat was still called, LITTLE MEW, as of this first printing [she was PUFF in later editions]. The very first of the famous Elson-Gray Basic Readers, introducing Dick, Jane, & Baby followed by nine short stories, using a 68-word vocabulary - the birth of the original Dick & Jane series. Rarely encountered.. First Edition. Illus. by Eleanor Campbell & Keith Ward.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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      33 x 46, cartella con lacci che contiene le 28 tavole del grande artista francese (sue opere sono al Metropolitanm Museum) ideate appositamente per le "Soirie Ducharne" . 25 sono in bn e tre splendide a colori (rotocalcografia). Edizione lussuosa tirata in soli 300 es. (ns. n. 185). La rarissima cartella è impreziosita da una Sua dedica di 4 righe con firma autografa, indirizzata a CLAUDIA MONOD-HERZEN. Inoltre si allega anche piccola caricatura (11 x 15) di Dubost. La prefazione "particolare" di 2 pagine è della scrittrice COLETTE.

      [Bookseller: Libreria e Rivisteria Ferraguti]
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        Autograph letter Signed

      N.p., [Montpellier], N.d. C. 1930: R.D., 1930 Dufy, Raoul. Autograph letter Signed. n. d. Octavo, 1 page on blue paper in French. An excellent letter, Dufy mentions that he is expecting Valery and that if it were not for our "grand poète", I wouldn't be so accommodating and would have accepted your invitation. Extend to Picasso my friendship - I hope to see him soon. I'm happy to know he is recovering. A very good letter in fine condition. $2950. Signed by Author. Original Autographed Letters.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        L'ARTE, rivista bimestrale di storia dell'arte medievale e moderna (seconda serie 1930-1936), Torino, Ajani e Canale, 1930

      Questa seconda serie prosegue l'attività della precedente con testata simile la cui prima serie era cessata nel dicembre 1929 - La stampa e la direzione vengono spostate a Torino. Questa viene firmata da ADOLFO E LIONELLO VENTURI come direttori e da ANNA MARIA BRIZIO redattrice. Sempre assai autorevole la schiera degli importanti critici collaboratori e notevole la documentazione fotografica, con molte tavole fuori testo (pitture, sculture, arredi, costruzioni ecc.) , Formato 20,5 x 28 . Elegante rilegatura mezza pergamena con angoli. Un volume per annata (con preziosi indici) Viene proseguita la numerazione per anno della prima serie.(1898-1929) ANNO XXXIII 1930 pp. 606 ANNO XXXIV 1931 pp. 550 ANNO XXXV 1932 pp. 524 ANNO XXXVI 1933 pp. 520 ANNO XXXVII 1934 pp. 526 Cambia la tipografia che ora è Industrie grafiche Stucchi di Milano. Anna Maria Brizio si firma ora come redattrice responsabile. ANNO XXXVIII 1935 pp. 521 ANNO XXXIX 1936 pp. 286 (il volume si conclude con il fasc. di ottobre 1936 che risulta l'ultimo pubblicato nel 1936) Questa importante e rara seconda serie di SETTE ANNATE viene offerta a

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        As I Lay Dying

      Jonathan Cape New York: Jonathan Cape. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. FIRST EDITION, first issue, one of only 750 copies. "If T.S. Eliot was right in saying that American fiction took its first step forward since Henry James in The Great Gatsby, then one should be free to say that As I Lay Dying, which makes Fitzgerald's technique seem wooden and creaky, was a tremendous stride forward, making possible levels of awareness, a sense of variety, and a saturation of reality that would have delighted Henry James" (O'Connor, The Tangled Fire of William Faulkner). Petersen A7.New York: Jonathan Cape, (1930). Octavo, original cloth, original dust jacket. FIRST ISSUE, with "I" in the first line of page 11 dropped, in first state binding with lettering unbroken. (It is believed that only 750 of the 2522 copies of the first edition are in the first state). Book near-fine, dust jacket very good with toning to spine, small tape repair to verso, and chipping to spine ends.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company ]
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      London: Ernest Benn Limited, 1930 First Edition. Haycraft-Queen cornerstone. 8vo., 288pp. Black cloth stamped orange to the spine & upper cover. A bit dusty at the top edge otherwise an exceptionally nice superior copy. MLC 4 dagger rating. Gilbert A 10. Custom collector's black cloth case with gilt-lettered label & felt lined chemise.. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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      Paris: The Black Sun Press 1930. Paris: The Black Sun Press, 1930.. Oblong small quarto. Printed wrappers. A fine, nearly untouched copy, without foxing, in glassine wrapper and somewhat worn and soiled publisher's slipcase and chemise. First edition in this format, American deluxe issue. Illustrated with six original color lithographs by Marie Laurencin printed by Desjobert of Paris. From a total edition of 790 copies, this is one of twenty copies of the American issue specially printed on Hollande Van Gelder, with a duplicate suite of the six lithographs, in sanguine, bound at the end. Five of the six lithographs in the suite are signed by the artist, with the sixth signed in the plate. Laurencin has also signed the limitation page. Neither the copies on Rives nor the special copies on Japon were issued signed, either on the colophon or on the lithographs. MINKOFF A39. MONOD 2304.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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      Ca 1930 (?).. Art depicts an elevated view from the hills to the South-SouthEast.

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      Paris: Henry Babou and Jack Kahane 1930. Paris: Henry Babou and Jack Kahane, 1930.. Quarto. Printed wrappers. A fine copy in glassine with some tanning to the spine, in edgeworn and slightly marked slipcase with cracks at the front portions of the top and bottom panel joints. First edition, deluxe issue. One of one hundred numbered copies on "Imperial hand- made iridescent Japan," signed by the author, from a total edition of 685 copies. SLOCUM & CAHOON A41.

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      1930. 2. ALDIN,CECIL. PUPPY DOG FROLICS. London & Glasgow: Collins Clear Type Press, no date, circa 1930. Folio (10 1/4 x 13 1/2"), cloth backed pictorial boards, tips rubbed, rear cover soil, VG++. Printed on coated paper there are 16 full page color illustrations of an Aberdeen Scotty dog with one line of text below plus 2 illustrations in black and white. There is also a charming pictorial border on everypage. The illustrations are from Gyp's Hour of Bliss but the colors used are different from Gyp and the pictorial border is new. This is a rare Aldin picture book.

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        [Broadside]: Night Baseball Under Flood Lights: House of David Baseball Team vs. Quakertown A.A. ... See the House of David's famous "Pepper" Game

      [Quakertown, Pennsylvania?: no publisher. circa 1930]. Broadside. Approximately 9" x 11.75". Photographically illustrated on orange paper stock. One modest tear and a crease along the left-hand margin else near fine. Shrink-wrapped on foam core. The House of David was a barnstorming novelty baseball team run by a religious commune. They sported long hair and beards, supposedly in order to show respect to the God of Israel. They became so popular that to meet demand they divided into three teams, hiring professional, non-commune players to fill out their roster and insisting they growing their hair long or wear false beards. Scarce. .

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        Memoirs of an Infantry Officer. By the Author of Memoirs of a Fox-Hunting Man. IN FULL MOROCCO

      Faber and Faber, [1930]. 8vo., First Edition, on laid paper; handsomely bound in burgundy full morocco, back gilt with five raised bands, second and fourth compartments lettered and ruled in gilt, all other compartments tooled and ruled in gilt, uncut, a most attractive copy ideal as a gift or for presentation. Keynes, A33a

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        SOLDIER'S PAY. Signed

      London: Chatto & Windus, 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. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        U.S.S. ALGONQUIN C. G. 328 Black & White Images

      [Seattle, WA]:. Ca 1930.. Oblong format: 8" x 11-1/2". 10 pp. autographs pages, unused except for five penciled names (all dated 1930) + 40 leaves of black mounting paper, unpaginated, with last two leaves unused. Images mostly snapshot size of 2-1/2Ó x 3-1/2Ó, or 3-/12Ó x 4-1/2Ó. Laid in: A menu from Thanksgiving dinner 1929, one 5Ó x 7Ó portrait of the crew, two 8Ó x 10Ó photographs, and a 1955 officialÕs Seattle Gold Cup committee ribbon [with Harvey's name-tag at top].. Brown suede album with hand-painted suede covers with suede ties, with front cover having a hand-printed title ÒPhotographs U.S.S. Algonquin C.G.Ó & Coast Guard emblem.. Photographs generally Very Good or better. Album - Very Good.. An extensive, albeit unofficial, visual record of life aboard the USS Algonquin, commissioned as a Revenue Cutter in 1897 and retired late in 1930. The Algonquin operated along the East Coast of the United States with additional assignments in the West Indies and the Gulf of Mexico. Later, in cooperation with the U.S. Navy at the onset of World War I, the Algonquin patrolled and defended Chesapeake Bay, with subsequent assignment to European waters, escorting over 750 ships safely in her rounds between Gibraltar, England and the Azores. In 1919, the Algonquin was transferred to the West Coast, assigned to the 13th Naval District, which meant patrolling the Pacific Northwest, as well as the islands and coast of Alaska, which included protection of endangered seals. Evidence suggests this album compiled by Farrell Harvey, a documented Algonquin crewman [F 1c] during the late 20s/early 30s, while the ship was stationed in the PNW. These primarily uncaptioned photographs illustrate the rough and ready life of sailors such as Harvey during their shipboard tour, with divers images of the crew, their drills and daily tasks, and significant occasions such as the Equatorial Line Crossing Ceremony. Many photographs show sister ships and other vessels, coastline scenery, whaling, and people encountered in the tropics and divers scenes while patrolling along the Pacific Northwest Coast. A wonderful primary source for seeing the life of a Coastie aboard a cutter during the late 1920s, and into the beginning of the 1930s.

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      Department of Rehabilitation Disabled American Veterans of the World War Chicago: Department of Rehabilitation, Disabled American Veterans of the World War, 1930. The Unknown Soldier Edition," prepared for "National Patrons of Honor." (This is copy #604, "especially prepared for Mrs. Eli K. Robinson."). In Unsurpassably Fine Ornately Gilt Morocco 229 x 156 mm (9 x 6 1/8").10 volumes. REMARKABLY FINE PUBLISHER'S DELUXE BLACK PEBBLE-GRAIN MOROCCO, ORNATELY GILT, front covers with decorative gilt-rule border enclosing elaborate floral rococo-style frame, the frame around a central medallion featuring a knight's plumed helmet; raised bands, gilt compartments elegantly decorated with volutes and small floral tools, gilt titling, gilt turn-ins with curling floral rolls, sky blue pictorial endpapers, all edges gilt. With more than 2,000 illustrations, including more than 200 maps and charts; 53 images in color.Perhaps a trivial imperfection somewhere, but essentially IN AS-NEW CONDITION, AN AMAZINGLY WELL-PRESERVED SET, virtually as it was delivered to its original owner. These profusely illustrated volumes give a thorough account of (primarily Western) world history from the ancient civilizations of Greece and Egypt through the end of World War I and were, the title page tells us, "chronicled with the assistance of eminent historians from leading universities and colleges and published in the interests of the Disabled American veterans of the World War and of a patriotic and intelligent Americanism." Our set is part of a limited edition "especially prepared for those who have lent their support to the program of Disabled American Veterans of the World War," signed by the national commander of that organization. It is in as close to original condition as one could ever hope to find.

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        Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten. 1): Album mit 100 Original-Fotografien vom Gebäude und von den Innenräumen der "Dresdner Neuesten Nachrichten". 2): K. Stockmann: "1936-1943. Meinem verehrten Chef Herrn Dr. Wolfgang Huck zur frl. Erinnerung gewidmet. In memoriam. 7 Jahre Klischee Anstalt der DNN" (Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten). 3): "Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten. Losso & Kühne, Architekten Dresden, Leipzig, Reichenberg.". Mappe mit 15 Originalfotografien (1 lose) vom Gebäude und Inneneinrichtung der "Dresdner Neuesten Nachrichten", ca. aus den 1930er Jahren. 4): Mappe mit 15 reproduzierten Fotografien von Nr. 3. 5): Ein Gang durch das Werden einer Großzeitung. Anläßlich des 50jährigen Jubiläums herausgegeben vom Verlage der Breslauer Nachrichten. 1888/1938. 68 unpagin. Seiten mit zahlreichen fotografischen Abbildungen. Ca. 29,5 x 21 cm. Original-Leinenband mit Goldprägung. Beigefügt: 7 Original-Fotografien. Ca. 12,5 x 18 cm. Beigefügt: Typoskript-Durchschläge mit handschriftlichen Eintragungen (3 Seiten) mit einer Aufstellung der "Wertpapiere per 31. Dezember 1925 Breslauer Neueste Nachrichten G.m.b.H." 6): Aufbauarbeiten Graphische Kunstanstalten F. Bruckmann KG. Sommer 1948 - Winter 1949. 26 Seiten mit einmontierten Original-Fotografien und einmontierten Bildunterschriften sowie einem frankierten und gestempelten Ersttags-Brief "Jubiläums-Ausstellung München 30. September - 3. Oktober 1849-1949 3. Bundes- und 50. Deutscher Philatelistentag.

      Zu 1): Fotografien teils von Foto Schaarschuch aus Dresden und von Presse-Foto-Koch, ebenfalls Dresden. Die Bilder zeigen u.a. Aufnahmen von Arbeitsvorgängen, Zeitungsverteiler, Kunden am Anzeigenschalter, Arbeiter an den Druckmaschinen, beim Packen und im Lager, Personal im Büro und am Telefon, Rohrpost, Sitzungssäle, Krankenräume, Empfangszimmer, Arbeiter in den Waschräumen etc. 18 Fotografien zeigen das kriegszerstörte Gebäude. Zu 2): 17 graue kartonierte Blätter mit handgeschriebenem Text (mit weißem Stift sauber in Druckbuchstaben geschrieben) und 2 handgezeichneten Plänen, 2 Wiedergaben von Klischeeabdrucken und 8 einmontierten Original-Fotografien. Querformat, ca. 24 x 34 cm. Kartonierte Blätter, gelocht und mit Kordelheftung. Beigefügt: Handschriftliches Begleitschreiben, datiert 7. September 1943 von K. Stockmann an den Zeitungsverleger Dr. Wolfgang Huck. "Wenn es Ihnen - und auch uns, der Gefolgschaft, nicht vergönnt ist, das 50jährige Bestehen der "Dresdner Neuesten Nachrichten" gebührend zu feiern, so darf es doch erlaubt sein, dessen und derer zu gedenken, die diesen großen Zeitungsbetriebe vorstanden! ..." Zu 3): Die Fotos zeigen mehrere Aussenansichten der Gebäude sowie Repräsentationsräume und Gebäudedetails. Ca. 32,5 x 31 cm. Originalkartonierter Einband mit aufmontierter Fotografie (diese mit Eckabriss). Einband gelocht und mit Kordelheftung. Einband stärker bestoßen und berieben. Zu 4): Ca. 31 x 32 cm. Leinenmappe. Zu 5): Die Fotografien zeigen Aufnahmen der Breslauer Neuesten Nachrichten: Diele im ersten Stock des Verlagsgebäudes; Verlagsgebäude Weidenstraße 30; Eingang zum Verlagsgebäude; Aufgang zu den Verlags- und Schriftleitungsräumen; Konferenzzimmer (Deckenausschnitt). Typoskriptdurchschläge mit Knitterspuren und Randeinrissen. Zu 6): Die Bilder zeigen u.a. Mittelbau und Südbau von der Nymphenburger Straße aus, Mitte 1948; Mittelbau vom Südbau aus gesehen. Sommer 1949; Retusche, Mittelbau 4. Stock Nordseite, Sommer 1949; Aufkupferungsabteilung, Mittelbau 3. Stock, Sommer 1949; Tiefdruckätzerei, Sommer 1949; Lichthof, Sommer 1948; Lichthof, Sommer 1949; Südbau von der Nymphenburger Straße aus. Sommer 1948 und Sommer 1949; Atelierraum Südbau Herbst 1949; Alter Maschinensaal und Ruine an der Lothstraße. Der - tadellos erhaltene - Ersttags-Brief mit den 3 Jubiläumsmarken zum 100jährigen Jubiläum der "Schwarzen-Einser-Marke", Zweifarben-Kupfertiefdruck, Spezial-Briefmarken-Maschine mit Perforiereinrichtung. Einband mit aufmontierter Postkarte. Der Verleger Wolfgang Huck (1889-1967) übernahm nach dem Tod seines Vaters August (1849-1911) den Zeitungskonzern und u.a. die "Dresdner Neuesten Nachrichten" (gegründet 1893) sowie die "Breslauer Neuesten Nachrichten" (gegr. 1888). 1935 wurde Huck gezwungen, die Hälfte seiner Zeitungen an die NSDAP abzutreten; die ihm verbliebenen Zeitungen mußten 1943 auf Veranlassung der Reichspressekammer ihr Erscheinen einstellen. Nach dem Ende des 2. Weltkrieges baute Huck die Druckerei des Münchener Zeitungsverlages wieder auf und war u.a. Gesellschafter der Firma F. Bruckmann KG in München.

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        The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night. A Plain and Literal Translation of the Arabian Nights Entertainments.

      Translated and Annotated by Richard F. Burton. Notes on the Manners and Customs of Moslem Men and a Terminal Essay upon the History of The Nights. Complete in 10 volumes + 6 supplements. Privately printed by The Burton Club. Printed in the United States of America (no date, approx. 1930). Publisher's decorated cloth. Top edge stained red. Boards and spine are gilt decorated entitled "Arabian Nights" (vol. 1-10). Supplemental volumes are silver decorated entitled "Supplemental Nights" (vol. 1-6). 16 vol. A very fine set. 24,5 x 16,5 cm

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        Stock Market Theory and Practice

      NY: B. C. Forbes Publishing Company. Very Good+. 1930. First Edition. Hardcover. Book is in beautiful condition, with the only defects being a few minor scuffs and rubbing to boards. Tough original blue-black buckram covers are unworn, bright titles to spine, binding is tight, pages are clean, unyellowed and unmarked. Top page ends are colored reddish-brown. Book appears unread. : Considered a classic, book was written by Schabacker when a young man; this was his first book. He is widely considered the father of stock market technical analysis. Text includes a fold-out frontispiece plan of the New York financial district, two folding charts, 12 plates and 90 other illustrations. A solid collectible copy of the first edition, lacking dust jacket. : Small 4to 9" - 11" tall: 875 pages .

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        Pen and Ink Drawing depicting a shepherdess and young man in period costume under a tree, with sheep grazing around

      n.p. c 1930 n.p., c 1930. 15 x 11-1/4 inches (image size). Signed by Birch lower left. Matted, framed, and glazed

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      New York: Horace Liverright, 1930. 430 pp., 32 illustrations (many of opera stars). ________ A LUXURIOUS LAKESIDE PRESS ART BINDING "Designed and Finished by L. Mounteney" bound in full burnt orange morocco with elaborate gilt-tolled covers; spine in six panels with elaborate tooling and raised bands, title & author on 2nd & 3rd panels and date at bottom of spine. Red watered silk moiré endpapers laminated to marbled endpapers, gilt dentelles signed by Mounteney at bottom of inside front cover. Gilt edges of boards and head- and tail-capsll page edges gilt. ________ An extensive appendix includes a statistical resume of The Chicago Opera Company, The Chicago Opera Association, and The Chicago Civic Opera Company's performances from Nov. 3, 1910 to March 26, 1929. ________ Leonard Mounteney, a top exhibition binder from Riviere & Sons of London, became a binder at the Donnelley Bindery (Lakeside Press) in Chicago and then at the Cuneo Fine Binding Studio where he created fine bindings for a select public. ________ A REMARKABLE BINDING FROM ONE OF AMERICA'S GREATEST FINISHERS.

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        The New Survey of London Life and Labour. [Complete set with all maps present]. H S TOYNBEE'S ['TOYNO'S'] SET

      P S King, 1930[-1935]. 9 vols., [7 text volumes and 2 map cases], 8vo., First Edition, on laid paper, with a fine portrait frontispiece in photogravure (original tissue guard present), 6 folding maps on japon as frontispieces, a double-page map on japon, 6 folding maps on japon, a large folding chart on japon, 13 large folding maps on japon (a number coloured in outline) in two separate map cases, and numerous charts and diagrams (many full-page) in the text; original navy blue buckram, upper boards blocked in gilt, gilt backs, a near fine set. THIS SET WAS FORMERLY IN THE LIBRARY OF HUGH STANLEY TOYNBEE AND BEARS HIS GREEN TYPOGRAPHICAL BOOKPLATE ON FRONT PASTE-DOWNS AND NEAT PRESS-MARK ON FRONT FREE ENDPAPERS.The set comprises Vol. I: Forty Years of Change; Vol. II: London Industries I; Vol. III: Social Survey I - Eastern Area; Vol. IV: Maps I; Vol. V: London Industries II; Vol. VI: Social Survey II - Western Area'; Vol. VII: Maps II; Vol. VIII: London Industries III; Vol. IX: Life and Leisure.Hugh Stanley Toynbee was a Fellow of the Royal Economic Society, and of the Economic History Society. Universally known as 'Toyno', he worked for the British Journalists' Union for over forty years.COMPLETE SETS ARE EXTREMELY SCARCE. A SET IN THIS CONDITION AND WITH THIS PROVENANCE IS EXCEPTIONAL.

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        Silver Wings

      Alfred A. Knopf New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1930. First. First edition. Illustrated by Frank Dobias. Two blanks excised (but not the patterned art deco-design endpapers) else near fine lacking the scarce dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author: "To Trudy -- My perfectly swell 'Lafayette' neighbor -- January -- 1931. Raoul Whitfield." A collection of aviation stories for adolescent boys, issued at about the same time as the author's better known noir mysteries. The only book by this author we've seen either signed or inscribed. .

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        Fugitives of the Pearl

      Associated Publishers Washington, DC: Associated Publishers. (1930). First. First edition. Foreword by E.D.W. Jones. A couple of tiny spots to the boards else fine in an attractive, very good or better dustwrapper with two modest chips towards the center of the spine and some slight wear at the extremities. Author's second book, and first novel, a depiction of character and tenacity in slavery days. Very scarce in jacket. .

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        Collected Poems Of Robert Frost Numbered And Signed Edition

      New York, New York: Random House. Very Good. 1930. First Edition: First Printing. Hard Cover. No Jacket As Issued. Boards now protected by a new Brodart Archival Mylar Cover. SIGNED BY AUTHOR (Robert Frost) on the half title page, and is a Limited Numbered Edition (#573 of 1,000) printed by the Spiral Press. Boards are linen cloth with beveled edges with a brown leather label on the spine and top edge gilt on the page block. Boards and pages are clean, unmarked (no bookplates or writing found at all), bright (except for some foxing to the front and back pastedowns and endpapers), tightly bound and sharp cornered. Many pages remain uncut. Sets of Poems include: A Boy's Will * North of Boston * Mountain Interval * New Hampshire * West-Running Brook. Book contains 349 pages of content, followed by extensive Table of Contents. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. : Signed by Author .

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      1930. Fine. FROST, Robert. COLLECTED POEMS OF ROBERT FROST. New York: Henry Holt & Co., (1930). First trade edition. This is the Boston poet, David McCord's copy with his signature and 1930 date on the flyleaf. 8vo., brown cloth, gilt; with a Dorothy Ullman photo portrait frontis. In addition, a check made out to Netie Belle Hjort and signed by Robert Frost is laid in. There is very faint wear and soiling to spine. A near fine copy, with a clean, bright text.

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        The Maltese Falcon

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1930. First Edition, First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good+/No Dustjacket. First Edition, First Printing, with all correct points. Very Good+, No Dustjacket. Black falcon and the date 1930 appears on title page. The Knopf Borzoi is printed on the copyright page below "Copyright 1929, 1930 by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc." Gray cloth boards with diamond patterned art-deco design on spine. Slightest hint of faint soiling to cloth binding; no fraying or wear. Binding is tight & square, no cracking. Pages and edges are clean, with clean gray top-stained page edges. Clean endpapers; no names, writing or marks. 267 pgs. No dustjacket - protected in clear mylar protective sleeve (removable). Scarce and highly collectable. 8" x 5". Mystery.

      [Bookseller: Old Scrolls Book Shop]
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         Shreve, Lamb & Harmon Plans for the Empire State Building's Information Desk, Basement and Foundation.

      Architectural diagram plans for the construction of the Empire State Building. 14 items, all pencil on paper or tracing vellum, various sizes ranging from 8x13 inches to 36x48 inches. Included are 5 plot plans showing the building?s outline and the surrounding streets and properties, 5 section plans of existing vaults and the machine room, 2 sub-basement plans, and the details of the pit for the refrigeration unit. Condition varies, but is generally very good; most of the plans have minor folds or tears in the margins. The freight elevator plan has some tape repairs on the reverse, but is not obtrusive. A plan showing a map of 34th and 33rd Streets has the most damage, with tears in the margin, some pieces missing, and some significant wrinkling; probably the least important plan in this collection. The 102 story landmark Empire State Building was completed in 1931 on the former site of the original Waldof-Astoria Hotel. The cost of construction was about $41 million (estimates suggest that today's cost would be close to $600 million), and was completed in less than a year and a half. The building was designed by William Lamb, of Shreve, Lamb and Harmon, whose plans are included in this collection. Considered as the "Eight Wonder of the World", when it opened, the building has had its share of notoriety, both good and bad. Suicides, a shooting on the observation deck, and even a plane crashing into it in 1945, have been part of the dark side of the building?s history. However, this iconic art deco building is as popular as ever, and probably one of the busiest tourist attractions in New York City. One of the most significant parts of this architectural collection is the plan for the rather famous information desk. Other parts include plans for the sub-basement, the machine room, pit for the freight elevators and refrigeration unit, and several plans illustrating the building?s outline on the surrounding streets. A unique collection of New York City history.

      [Bookseller: Nicholas D. Riccio Rare Books & Prints ]
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        Twenty Poems Less

      Hours Press, Paris, 1930. First Edition. Hardcover (Quarter Leather). Very Good Condition. Signed by Author. Covers illustrated by Len Lye with a photo collage. Wear at corners. slight browning to page edges. One of 200 signed copies, published the year after her failed suicide that, allegedly, broke up Robert Graves' marriage. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Signed by Author. Inventory No: 041878. .

      [Bookseller: Pazzo Books]
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        Vile Bodies

      New York: Jonathan Cape / Harrison Smith, 1930. A sound copy with bumps/wear to top corners, minor shelfwear; faint foxing to green cloth spine, very light soiling to back decorative cover, text clean and unmarked. Jacket shows edgewear, moderate soiling, bright and colorful, not price clipped. Yellow endpapers match boards. Back of jacket lists to "The Winter Alone", rear flap describes "Orderly", by M.R. Werner. Rare title in jacket. . First American Edition. Decorative Hardcover. Very Good/Good+.

      [Bookseller: Trench Books]
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        [History of the Peloponnesian War]. Translated into English by Benjamin Jowett

      Chelsea: Printed at the Ashendene Press, 1930 One of 260 copies on handmade paper out of a total edition of 280 copies. This is the last of the great folios printed by the Ashendene Press, following Spenser's Faerie Queen and Minor Poems, Malory's Morte D'Arthur, and Cervantes' Don Quixote. Full cream-colored pigskin with gilt spine. . Large folio, 16" x 11 1/2. Printed in black and red in Ptolemy type with chapter summaries in the margins printed in Blado Italic type. Decorative initial letters and opening lines of each of the eight books designed by Graily Hewitt. Covers very lightly soiled, a hint of foxing to the endpapers. Otherwise a fine, clean copy of one of the highlights of the Ashendene Press. In February 1931 a Notice was sent out to subscribers announcing the forthcoming issue of 'Thucydides' and in it was foreshadowed the closing down of the Press. After referring to the projected edition of Daphnis and Chloe, it goes on to say: 'It is more than probable that these two books will be the last to be issued from the Ashendene Press, with the possible exception of a Descriptive Bibliography of the Press, containing a number of specimen pages from the books printed between 1895 and the date of the closing down, and also specimens of the woodcut illustrations and initials used therein. It is ifficult to speak with certainty about the giving up of a hobby which has for more than 35 years occupied so many of my leisure hours, and I may be tempted to add yet another volume to the list. The chances are against it, but time alone will show'" (Ashendene Bibliography, p. 89).

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        Beau Brummell

      NY: Rimington & Hooper. 1930. A short essay on Beau Brummell, issued as an attractive limited edition of 550 copies, of which 500 were for sale (this is copy number 137). Signed by Woolf. A folio, quarterbound in red cloth and paper over boards, with paper label on cover duplicating the design of the label on the cardboard slipcase. Minor foxing to the page edges; a little play to the spine; one slight corner tap; still a near fine copy in a good slipcase with small stains, loss to the paper at the edges and corners, and a short bit of cracking to the lower joints, where one piece of clear tape has been applied. . First Edition. Hardcover.

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        Japanese Street Vendor Carrying Her Child

      n.p. ca. 1930 n.p., ca. 1930. Pen and ink, tempera and watercolor on paper, signed "K. Blackmore" lower right. Image 11 3/4 x 8 inches, archivally matted to 19 1/2 x 15 inches overall. Fine condition. With a portion of the original backing bearing the artist's name and address (probably in her handwriting) on the verso of the mat . An exquisite and highly decorative sudy of a kimono-clad woman against a black india ink background. Katie Blackmore, R.B.A., (fl. 1920-1950) was noted for the delicacy of her detail as well as her keen sense of design, and both are amply displayed in this lovely drawing

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller ]
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      Berlin: Vertag Ullstein, 1930 Inscribed Rarity. Nabokov, Vladimir. KONIG DAME BUBE [King Queen and Knave]. Berlin: Vertag Ullstein, [1930]., Extraordinary Presentation Copy of the First German Edition published two years after the first edition in Russian which was also issued i n Berlin [Juliar A9.1]. 8vo. 266 pp. Original publisher's oatmeal cloth covered boards showing modest use. An excellent, very good tight copy. Nabokov has inscribed the book to: " L. and B. Thompson / with the author's best love / Berlin VIII. 30 " [Lisbeth and Bertram were very close friends of the Nabokov's for over 40 years.] Included is a further five line inscription by Nabokov about the figures illustrated on the dustwrapper [not present] & their relationship to the characters in the book, as well as a holograph comment on the title page regarding the origins of the subtitle. In all, a unique presentation indeed indicating some of the author's sentiments concerning the production of this edition. Nabokov presentations are uncommon especially those of such a personal & generous nature. Custom Clamshell Case. [Juliar D9.1]. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        Michael And Mary A Play

      Chatto & Windus London: Chatto & Windus, 1930. First edition. Hardcover. Orig. forest green cloth. Near fine. Teg./No Dust Jacket. 96 pages. 21 x 14 1/2 cm. Limited edition, copy 244 of 250 signed by A.A. Milne. Known more today for his children's books, particularly "Winnie The Pooh," Milne wrote more than twenty five plays with this one dedicated to The Marshalls, Bart and Edna [Edna Best and Herbert Marshall], who in real life were married, and starred on stage in this production. Firm, very bright copy, partly unopened, backstrip lettered in gilt, and very slightly sunned.

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      1930. Paperback. 2. RUSSIAN. DE REIS DOOR RUSLAND [TRIP TO RUSSIA] by S. Marshak. The Hague: de Baanbreker 1930. 4to (7 `/4 x 8 3/4"), pictorial wraps, some cover soil and slight crease, VG. 1st Dutch edition of Lebedev's 1926 book entitled Bagazh, translated by L. Dworson and E. Hessbinger. Illustrated with wonderful color lithographs by VLADIMIR LEBEDEV. See Dictionnnaire p. 160.

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        The Structure of Line Spectra.

      McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York 1930. 1. edition. 8vo. X + 263 pages. Publisher's red cloth with gilt title in dark brown title label on spine, no dust wrappers.. With Professor Niels Bohr's name stamp on fly leaf.**From "International Series in Physics" with F. K. Richtmyer af Consulting Editor.*** Linus Pauling is one of only four persons in the world to receive two Nobel prizes - and the only to win both of them alone. In 1925Samuel Goudsmit, with George Uhlenbeck, discovered one of the key concepts of atomic physics, the spin of the electron. Strangelyenough, they were never awarded the Nobel prize for this discovery

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        (The Peloponnesian War) Thucydides Translated into English by Benjamin Howett, M.A., Late Master of Balliol College and Regius Professor of Greek in the University of Oxford

      Chelsea: at the Ashendene Press, 1930. Limited edition. Hardcover. Fine. Folio. viii,364pp. Printed in Ptolemy type. Publisher's full white pigskin. Spine in six compartments with raised bands, gilt titles. One of 260 copies on paper. A fine copy. Housed in a quarter morocco drop down clamshell case by D. F. Bogardus. With the publisher's prospectus laid in. Ashendene Bibliography No. 37.

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