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        The 10th Olympic Games] (Los Angeles, 1932)

      Bunsha, Tokyo 1932 - Quarto. 222pp (plates), 71, [1]pp (text). Original photo-illustrated wrappers and endpapers. Rare pictorial history of the 10th Olympiad covering every aspect of the Los Angeles Summer Games of 1932. It contains 222 b/w photographic plates (including one folded) documenting the most memorable moments of this sportive event, and 72 pages of text with charts. Among the Japanese champions portrayed in this book are featured the gold-medalist swimmers (Yasuji Miyazaki, Masanori Yusa, Takashi Yokoyama, Hisakichi Toyoda, Yoshiyuki Tsuruta, Kusuo Kitamura, and Masaji Kiyokawa). Among the seven Olympic golds won by Japan in 1932, five of them were in swimming. Also featured is gold-medalist Takeichi Nishi who won the individual jumping in equestrian, and gold-medalist Chuhei Nambu, winner of the Men's triple jump in athletics.Moderate age-toning and rubbing along edges of wrappers. Text pages slightly age-toned. Text and captions in Japanese. Wrappers in overall good to good+, interior in good+ to very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Art of Mixing [Cocktail Recipes]

      Macrae Smith Co Philadelphia (1932) - First Edition stated. Small octavo, original silver cloth, red stamping, 49 pages. Attractive post-prohibition volume. "The Art of Mixing is the result of much research in many climes. It contains 235 recipes, in most of the recipes the ingredients have been proportioned in fractional quantities, making the use of a standard measuring until unnecessary and allowing any number of drinks to be prepared at the same time. Careful perusal will prove a boon companion to those now suffering the status of amateur; and will bring a fragrant breath of memory to the hardened veteran in the gentle art of mixing". Located in "Cocktail Books, Selected Titles from the Library of Congress Collections". Very Good bright copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN (ML# 145.1, SPRING 1932, 210 Titles Listed on DJ)

      New York: Modern Library Edition. SPRING, 1932, 210 Titles Listed on DJ. - RARE, DIFFICULT TO FIND BOOK WITH DJ: DJ is covered in mylar; has price of 95 cents; 210 Titles listed on back and inside DJ; Spring 1932; front flap fold is worn (see scan); chips on edges and corners. BOOK is covered in BROWN BALLOON cloth; Spine #7; Large torchbearer on front; Kent Endpapers; light brown topstain. MORE INFO: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man is the first novel of Irish writer James Joyce. The main character, Stephen, questions and rebels against the Catholic and Irish conventions under which he has grown up, which culminates with his self-exile from Ireland to Europe (Wiki). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Jahrbuch der Staatlichen Akademie für Kirchen- und Schulmusik Berlin. Vierter Jahrgang, Berichtszeit 1. Oktober 1930 bis 30. September 1931.

      Kassel. Bärenreiter -Verlag, 1932. - mit Noten und Werbeteil, gr.8°. 23,3 x 15,7 cm. 102 (10) Seiten, Herausgegeben von Hermann Halbig, In gutem Zustand. die Einbanddecke leicht fleckig und am Rücken etwas gebräunt und mit Anriß am oberen Rückenkapital, der Buchblock sauber, der Vorderdeckel mit angedeuteten Eckknick. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Racial Characters of the Swedish Nation [WITH] The Race Biology of the Swedish Lapps Part I.

      Uppsala: The Swedish State Institute for Race Biology, 1932. First edition. Softcover, Hardcover. vg to fine. Folios. 182, 4 maps, 108, 45 plates, 138, 93 (1)pp. Original gray wraps with black lettering on cover and spine, first title; blue half cloth over marbled boards with gilt ruling and lettering on spine, second title.First title with frontispiece of Anders Retzius, a b/w group photograph of the participants of the Nordic Race Conference at Uppsala, and 44 plates with b/w reproductions of various Nordic types, East Baltic types, Lapp prototypes, and Race-Mixed types. Anthropologia Suecica MCMXXVI. In addition illustrated with many in-text tables, diagrams and maps. Early comprehensive work on Swedish Race Biology with plates of race types described in the text. Very light wear along edges with some creasing of spine and chips at tail of spine. Lightly sunned along edges of wraps. Overall in very good condition.Second title illustrated with captivating b/w photographs of Lapp villages and camps and numerous tables. The work features a general survey as well as chapters on prehistory, demography and the future of the Lapps. 93 pages appendix with tables of individual and family statistics, including population, deaths, births, marriages, and distribution and size of families. Binding with light wear along edges and bump at lower right corner. Else in very good, near fine condition.

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        Important Typed Letter Signed with autograph postscript signed 'L.G.' to Norman Collins, (David, Earl, 1863-1945, Prime Minister)

      1932 - sending him "a full rough draft on my work at the Ministry of Munitions. It will require a good deal of revision, checking, and probably much cutting down and compression, but also I fear a measure of expansion in some respects after the chapters have been submitted to the energetic man whose work it concerns. Still, it will give you an idea of the kind of work we accomplished. I mean to add a chapter which will have a bearing on the pending discussions about Disarmament. It will dwell on the inevitable time-lag between orders and production. It will be designed to show that if existing armaments are reduced, and the surplus broken up, it will take at least twelve months to equip an army ." sending some chapters which he would very much like him "to re-read them with a view to your seeing what impression the story as a whole is likely to make on a reader. There are some alterations in the Drink Chapter . material additions to the Gun Programme Chapter .", he then deals with specific topics "Financial Crisis", "German and Wilson Peace Notes: . will follow the chapters on the discussions in the Asquith Cabinet in the late autumn of 1916 ." "Mesopotamia: I have a rather harrowing chapter on the conduct of the Mesopotamian Campaign. It will have a bearing on the claim of the soldiers that their failures, were there were any, were largely attributable to the interference of politicians . I hope to send you my chapters on the Strategy and Conduct of the War. These raise the whole issue of the Eastern and Western Fronts . Gollancz suggested to me that I should give the whole of the facts .", the postscript is "Political Crisit 1915. I am not sure whether you have seen this", 3 sides A4, Bron-y-De, Churt, Surrey headed paper, 24th November Norman Collins (1907-1982) was a British writer, and later a radio and television executive, who became one of the major figures behind the establishment of the Independent Television (ITV) network in the UK. By the 1930s Lloyd George was on the margins of British politics, although still intermittently in the public eye and publishing his War Memoirs which were published in 1933.

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        The Story of Fuzzypeg the Hedgehog

      London: Heinemann. Hardcover. Very rare first printing copy of this, one of the earliest titles from Alison Uttley's much loved Little Grey Rabbit Series. Only the bottom inch of backstrip remains. Single piece of beige tape connects boards at top of spine. Average wear and soiling externally otherwise. Front endpaper and several pages bear child's markings in red pencil. We have attempted to erase several of these markings with decent success. We are happy to provide digital images upon request. Contemporary gift greetings atop first blank leaf. Erased lead pencil scribbling to page 98 is lightly visible. Overall, a worthy copy. . Fair. 1932. First Printing.

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        The Brontës Their Lives, Friendships and Correspondence in Four Volumes.

      Oxford: Shakespeare Head Press, Basil Blackwell, 1932 - 4 volumes, octavo. Recent green morocco, spines gilt in compartments, red morocco labels, marbled endpapers, decorative roll to boards and top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Excellent condition. Portrait frontispieces. The Shakespeare Head Brontë. A handsomely bound set.

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        Booms and Depressions

      1932. First Edition . FISHER, Irving. Booms and Depressions. Some First Principles. New York: Adelphi, (1932). Octavo, original green cloth. $2200.First edition of FisherÂ’s work connecting monetary fluctuations to extreme periods of the business cycle.In this work, Fisher puts forth the theory that booms and depressions may stem from “deranged” money, or currency that is behaving irrationally due to various value-skewing factors such as debt, hoarding, confidence, and consumption. Considered “the father of monetary economics” (Pressman, 91), “Irving Fisher was, in the opinion of many, the leading economic theorist in the United States during the first half of the 20th century. Although his contributions to economic theory and to the development of econometrics ensure him a preeminent position among contemporary economists, he was a versatile man. In his day he was equally well-known as social philosopher, teacher, inventor, businessman, and passionate crusader for many social causes” (ANB). Without scarce dust jacket, rarely found. Small notation to front free endpaper.Cloth with small stain to rear panel. An about-fine copy.

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      With a number of decorative ornaments as well as 309 original illustrations in color by André-Edouard Marty, of which 12 frontispieces; this one of 50 numbered copies on Japan paper, the tirage de tête.Like all copies of the tirage de tête should, this copy retains its double suite of illustrations in black and color for each volume. Spines faded as usual, otherwise a good set. H. Piazza Paris 1932-1936 13x19,5cm 12 volumes brochés sous étuis

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        Block Prints

      Privately Printed, Los Angeles 1932 - 4to. Unpaginated. 17 prints. Hand printed on hand made Tamahachi paper. No. 89 of 250 signed copies. Cloth backed papered boards, pictorial label, very good copy. (92247). Foreword by Everett Carroll Maxwell. Stephen de Hospodar, American painter and printmaker , was born in Hungary in 1902. He settled in Los Angeles in 1926 where he exhibited and designed stage sets for the motion picture industry. He died in 1959. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Angers. Travaux d'Architecture

      Unpag. volume containing a 2 pp. introduction in French and 17 pp. of black and white photographs of buildings designed by Mornet, including domestic architecture, chapels, civil buildings, and businesses, primarily located in Angers but also Algeria, photographs by J. Evers of Nantes, with a list of collaborators and 11 pp. of advertisements at the back, mostly for businesses in Angers. Minor foxing to title page. 4to. Printed stapled wrpps., some soiling to cover, rusting around staples, loosening of back cover. Strasbourg (Edari - Édition d'Architecture, d'Industrie et d'Economie Rurale S.A.R.L.) 1932. Mornet, along with his collaborators, had a considerable influence on the city of Angers, contributing to its development as a major economic and industrial center in western France. As of August 2015, WorldCat does not locate any institutional holdings of this title in North America.

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        Weiblicher Rückenakt.

      1932. 1932 - Silbergelatineabzug auf Barrytpapier. 22,1:6,3 cm. Rückeitig von Perckhammer gestempelt, mit diversen handschriflichen Bleistiftnotizen u. von Hand mit Tinte datiert. Genaue Zustandsbeschreibung auf Anfrage.

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass

      Limited Editions Club, 1932 A matched set, both number 499 of 1500, the signed limited edition. Volume one is signed by the original Alice, and volume two by publisher F. Warde. Both volumes are very good in leather bindings and the original matching slipcases. The set is housed in a one-piece slipcase.

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        The Revelation of Saint John the Divine.

      Limited edition, no. 75 of 250 copies printed on Japanese vellum, small folio, (60) pp. 41 wood engraved illustrations by Blair Hughes-Stanton, who also designed the title page and book as a whole. Original russet full hermitage calf, title and device in blind to the upper cover, some mild rubbing and sunning to edges and spine, a very good copy.Harrop 24 - "The illustrations... show Blair Hughes-Stanton at the full height of his powers as a wood engraver. These engravings, in which the strange elongated figures exude a strange power and even menace, emphasise the artist's complete technical mastery of the medium" (pp109-110).

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        Light in August

      1932. First Edition . FAULKNER, William. Light in August. (New York): Harrison Smith & Robert Haas, (1932). Octavo, original beige cloth, original dust jacket. $6800.First edition, first issue of one of FaulknerÂ’s most powerful and ambitious novels.Published a year after his controversial Sanctuary, FaulknerÂ’s tale of Joe Christmas and Lena Grove received almost universal acclaim. The New York Times called it “an astonishing performanceÂ… Light in August is a powerful novel, a book which secures Mr. FaulknerÂ’s place at the very front of American writers of fiction” (Books of the Century, 100-01). “A searing novelÂ… For the first time in his writing, Faulkner directly confronts racial prejudice in the SouthÂ… Light in August is perhaps best read as FaulknerÂ’s ironic Gospel” (Parini, 178-83). First issue, with first printing statement on copyright page, and “Jefferson” for “Mottstown” on page 340, line 1; first-issue binding, lettered in blue and orange. Without glassine wrapper, rarely found. Petersen A13.1a. Brodsky 134. Bruccoli & Clark I:122. Book fine; expert restoration to bright dust jacket. A lovely copy.

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        Death in the Afternoon

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1932. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles and decoration to spine gilt, facsimile signature to front board gilt. With the dust jacket. Housed in a custom maroon cloth solander box, titles to red sheep label to spine. Colour frontispiece by Juan Gris with tissue guard, 64 black and white plates. Bookseller's ticket to foot of rear pastedown. Spine rolled, bumps to ends, light scratches to front cover, inner hinges cracked, otherwise internally bright; a very good copy in the jacket with chip to head of rear panel, light soiling to spine. First edition, first printing, with binding and jacket "A", published in an edition of 10,300 copies on 23 September 1932, with the Cubist frontispiece by Juan Gris.

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      - POP-UP. (BLUE RIBBON) JACK THE GIANT KILLER and other tales. NY: Blue Ribbon (1932). Thick 8vo (6 3/4 x 8 1/2"), pictorial boards, some rubbing to joints and edges, slight soil, VG+. Containing the title story as well as Little Red Riding Hood and Sleeping Beauty. Illustrated by HAROLD LENTZ with color endpapers, many black and whites and 4 fabulous double page color pop-ups. Because of the thickness of the pages, nice intact copies like this are hard to find. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Photograph signed

      1932. Signed. CHURCHILL, Winston. Photograph signed. No place: E.F. Foley, 1932. Photographic print, measuring 6-1/2 by 9 inches; handsomely matted and framed, entire piece measures 13-1/2 by 16 inches. $8500.Scarce, early photographic portrait of Churchill by E.F. Foley, signed on the mount in pencil by the photographer and additionally signed in pen by Churchill: “Winston S. Churchill 1932,” handsomely matted and framed.This wonderful three-quarter-length, black-and-white photograph depicts a relaxed yet somewhat pensive Churchill sitting with his legs crossed and holding one of his trademark cigars in his right hand. Interestingly, the photographer, E.F. Foley, worked primarily out of New York shooting famous American personalities. Churchill, despite his familial ties in the States, spent most of the early 1930s traipsing around Europe, heavily involved in political and peace causes and researching his biography of Marlborough, making this portrait from that year rather scarce and desirable. Fine condition.

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        BABA-LAGA. Narodnaia Skazka. [Baba Yaga, a folk tale]. Russian Translation by Teffi.

      [24] pages. Illustrated in colour by Nathalie Parain. Original pictorial card covers; original tissue wrapper. 324 x 287 mm. First edition thus. Wrapper chipped and worn at edges; else a fine copy. Very scarce.

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      Edition for which he was fired only 21 pure large wire paper, one copy of the press service.Signed autograph of the author Peter Audiat.Back and dishes slightly and marginally insolated, two small gaps at the head of the back.Rare autograph of the author of this text. Grasset Paris 1932 13,5x21cm broché

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        The Narrow Corner


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      La Connaissance 1932 - - La Connaissance, Paris 1932, 14,5x19,5cm, reli

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        Géronte aux assises

      Original, one of 100 numbered copies on Holland, ours one of the few scholars outside trade copies, print head Edition. Bound in half morocco cherry corners, back with five nerves, date and initials in gold tail, marbled paper plates, guards and contreplats of handmade paper, gold on witnesses, covers and spine preserved head, binding unsigned but attributed to JP Miguet. Double autograph dedication signed by the author in two very close friends enriched with a printed stamp depicting Chinese ideograms. In addition, our model is enriched with a photograph of the author, mounted on tab, the back of which he wrote a Latin quote, a news article René-Louis Doyon with a tear glued to the using an adhesive patch, and three original photographs of women very close to the author, certainly one of the dedicatee, mounted on tabs and placed in the text; one of them being enriched with a few words to the attention of Louis René Doyon and current on all his Aquarius. Finally, we join Invitations death of two dedications. Unique and moving together. La Connaissance Paris 1932 14,5x19,5cm relié

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      Edition, one of the numbered copies on Alfa paperx only draw after 57 Japan. Half brown morocco binding hazelnut corners, back with five nerves set with black nets, plates, guards and contreplats paper snake way back Blankets and preserved, gilded head, bibliophile label Length of contreplat as an ex -libris. Precious autograph signed by Paul Valéry Francis Carco: "... to re-translate slang ..." Beautiful copy pleasantly established. Gallimard Paris 1932 11,5x19cm relié

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        Kind dieser Zeit.

      Berlin, Transmare, 1932. - 332 SS. Original-Leinenband mit R

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        Arabia Felix: Across the "Empty Quarter" of Arabia. With a foreword by Colonel T.E. Lawrence … Appendix by Sir Arthur Keith

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1932. First edition. Profusely illustrated; folding map in rear. xxix, 397 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original tan cloth. Fine copy in near fine dust jacket (faint soiling to back panel of dust jacket). First edition. Profusely illustrated; folding map in rear. xxix, 397 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. 'the finest thing in Arabian exploration'. In 1931, Bertram Thomas, British Agent at Muscat, successfully crossed the Empty Quarter, the great desert of south Arabia. On hearing of the feat, T.E. Lawrence wrote, "It remained the only unknown corner of the world, and it is the end of the history of exploration. Thomas did it by camel, at his own expense. … Its difficulty can best be put by my saying that no Arab, so far as we know, has ever crossed it". In February, 1932, Thomas published his account of the crossing, ARABIA FELIX, with a Foreword by T.E. Lawrence. In his foreword, Lawrence wrote, "Thomas let me read the draft, and I then did my best to comment usefully; once remarking that the tale was good enough for his journey - no faint judgment, set against what I think the finest thing in Arabian exploration.". O'Brien A 157

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        Misère de la poésie

      First edition, one of 20 numbered copies on Hollande paper, the only large paper copies. A fine copy. Aux Editions Surréalistes Paris 1932 15x23cm agrafé

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        To The North - Exceptionally scarce novel in original dust wrapper

      Gollancz, 1932 A first edition, first printing published by Gollancz in 1932. A very good+ (or better) book without inscriptions (two small flecks to the front board) in a wrapper which has benefitted from some restoration by the countrys leading paper conservationist This is limited to the spine and the bottom of the front panel and has a crease to the front and rear panels. Presents as a near fine example. An exceptionally scarce copy and one of the rarest of Bowens work.

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        Textil- und Modeschule der Stadt Berlin. Teilnachlass des Grafikdesigners und Textilk

      Berlin, 1932-1946. - Teilnachlass des Grafikdesigners und Textilk

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        Une cité industrielle : étude pour la construction des villes.

      Second edition.Retaining its 164 plates, some in color.A small number of plates with slight marginal traces of adhesive paper, not serious.A rare and good set, retaining its 164 plates on Registre Navarre de Voiron paper. C. Massin & Cie Paris 1932 43x34cm en feuilles sous chemises à lacets

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        Autograph letter signed to "Grace, Lawrence, Margot" (Frieda, 1879-1956, wife of the author D. H. Lawrence)

      1932 - (Grace Rogers, the artist) saying that they had written her "such an enchanting trinity of a letter, thank you very much - It pleased me so much that I dashed into Florence & bought some of the paper, that Lawrence and I bought in the past, it may come in useful. Well, I know you will rejoice with me, no operation was necessary so I am a fraud, very glad to be one - I am quite alone & realised how alone one is these days. Orioli & Douglas I think got scared, thinking they might have a really sick woman on their hands, so they went away, but Giglioli the doctor is awfully good. The sun is gorgeous & I wish you could all appear here & I'd show you all the lovely places, one day you must - you sound so jolly and busy - soon I'll come back, I'll let you know when . I feel fit & wont [sic] to win . Medley comes here on the first to take Orioli's & Douglas evidence .", 2 sides 4to., Pensione Bal[l]estri, Firenze, no date circa end of 1931 or beginning of somewhat stained and lacking the bottom corners without loss of text In 1919, while Frieda went first to see her relatives in Germany, Lawrence went to Italy, arriving in Florence on the 19th November. He stayed at the Pensione Balestri till 9th December 1919 and later recommended it to his friends. He also contacted the writer Norman Douglas, who from 1920 to 1937 lived with the Florentine publisher Giuseppe ('Pino') Orioli. Douglas and Lawrence became firm friends, later falling out and reconciling. At the time of this letter, Charles Douglas Medley, 1870-1963, the London solicitor, was acting for Frieda over the probate of Lawrence's will. On the letter, at the head, she has written, upside down, "I don't think I'd like the Pepys spinet, it might be spiteful". Frieda came to London for the probate hearing in January 1932 and wrote to Grace, inviting her to tea at her hotel, and bringing a scarf for her and for her daughter Margot {later Margot Sharman). Grace was a friend of John Middleton Murry, and at the latter's Adelphi Centre Summer School in Essex, in August 1936, gave a talk on 'Society and the Family'.

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        [Op. 22]. Quartett für Geige, Klarinette, Tenorsaxophon und Klavier op. 22 Partitur. [Full score]

      Wien... Leipzig: Universal-Edition [PN U.E. 10.050], 1932. Small folio. Original publisher's. Printed note "WEAG [Waldheim-Eberle AG)] 1930" to lower right corner of last page of music. Publisher's catalogue "Werke von Anton Webern," numbered "123" and dated "VII. [July] 1932." to verso of lower wrapper. A presentation copy, with a signed autograph inscription from the composer to title in black ink: "Dr. David Bach herzlichs überreicht von seinem Webern Nov. 1932." From the collection of the noted pianist, teacher and collector Jacob Lateiner (1928-2010), with a note laid in from the distinguished music antiquarian Albi Rosenthal (1914-2004): "for Jacob - as a souvenir of his first (and frustrating) visit to Otto Haas - Albi, London, 12 May 1967." Wrappers slightly worn and soiled. First Edition. Moldenhauer pp. 714-15. "Alban Berg repeatedly assured the composer of his special admiration for this work. On 19 August 1932 he wrote: 'This Quartet is a miracle. What amazes me above all is its originality...' Schoenberg was equally impressed. On receipt of the printed score he thanked Webern for the 'fabulous piece.' Today theorists recognize the Quartet as a masterpiece of formal construction." Moldenhauser pp. 426-27. Dr. David Josef Bach (1874-1947), an important figure in Viennese cultural life in the first quarter of the 20th century, was a significant patron of the arts, an academic, and a writer who championed the dissemination of the arts to the masses. Many important musical and visual artists were indebted to his patronage and support, including Webern, Schoenberg (who wrote an atonal birthday canon of 21 measures for him in 1934) and Oskar Kokoscha (who executed a portrait of him). "As a boy, Bach was a close friend of the young Arnold Schoenberg, who later named him as one of the three friends (the other two were Oskar Adler and Alexander von Zemlinsky) who greatly influenced him in his youthful explorations of music and literature... An active socialist dedicated to making the arts accessible to the working classes, it was D.J. Bach who instituted the Arbeiter-Symphonie-Konzerte ('Workers' Symphony Concerts') in Vienna in 1905. His wide-ranging activities earned him the hostility of right-wing groups, who denounced his artistic programme as part of a 'Jewish conspiracy' to undermine traditional Austrian culture. Such accusations were all the more vehement because D.J. Bach was also one of the earliest members of the Vienna Psychoanalytical Association which met under the aegis of Sigmund Freud and whose members were mostly Jewish... Music was, and remained, his central focus, and it was he who founded the amateur Vienna Singverein ('Vienna Choral Society') in 1919. This organisation, together with the Arbeiter-Symphonie-Konzerte and the 'Workers' Music Conservatoire', flourished until all were disbanded upon the new fascist government's outlawing of the Social Democratic Party and imposition of an authoritarian constitution in 1934. Anton Webern was active as a conductor of all musical organisations, and developed a close and enduring friendship with D.J. Bach..." Wikipedia.

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        Mdisi, Bibi, Safari - 32 Afrikanische Bilder.

      Berlin, Buchdruckerei gebr. Mann und der Graphischen Anstalt Ganymed, 1932. 4

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        Jahrbuch der Staatlichen Akademie f

      Kassel. B

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        Die Morgenlandfahrt. Eine Erzählung.

      - Berlin: S. Fischer (6. - 8. Auflage) 1932. 112 (8) Seiten. OLeinenband mit illustriertem OSchutzumschlag. - Einband- und Titelvignette von Alfred Kubin. - Mileck II, 61. -Schutzumschlag beschnitten und jetzt einen halben Zentimeter kürzer als der Einband, Vorsätze und Schutzumschlag gebräunt, ganz vereinzelt mit Bleistiftanstreichungen. - Das vorliegende Exemplar mit einer 12zeiligen, eigenhändigen Widmung des Journalisten und Schriftstellers Wilhelm Unger (1904 - 1985) auf dem ersten, unbedruckten Blatt: "Solange auch Menschen im Abendland solche "Morgenland-Fahrten " unternehmen, solange kann unser Abendland nicht "untergehen". Dieses große Buch widme ich Fräulein Grete Baldner in einer großen Zeit, in der sich die Götter wieder zu uns Menschenkinder herabbegeben. Wilh. Unger. Köln, 2. Sept. 1936 ". - Anbei ein 4seitiger eigenhändiger Brief von Wilhelm Unger: "Liebe Fräulein Baldner ! "Morgenlandfahrt " - Ich freue mich, daß es mir gelungen ist dieses ungewöhnliche Buch, das man mit goldener Laterne an den Himmel schreiben sollte, noch einmal für Sie aufzutreiben Was gäbe es noch zu sagen und zu bemerken? Wenn das Herz redet, schweigt der Mund. Wie gut tut dieses "beredte" Schweigen doch Immer geahnt, gewußt habe ich es nie Und hinter den grauen Tagen verbirgt sich das meiste Licht Auch ich will nicht verzweifeln. Auch jetzt nicht Verlieren Sie alles - nur den Führer nicht Mit freundlichen Grüßen Ihr W. Unger. Köln, 2. September 1936". - Wilhelm Unger, dessen Schriften 1933 verboten wurden, emigrierte 1939 nach England. Er gehörte zum Freundeskreis des Gelehrten und Dichters H. G. Adler. Das Exemplar mit Adlers Besitzvermerk in Bleistift auf dem fliegenden Vorsatz. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Devil's Highway, The

      New York D. Appleton 1932 First Printing, with the number (1) in parenthesis on the final page. 8vo; [6], 336pp. Publisher's crimson cloth, the spine and upper cover lettered in gilt; in the original illustrated dust jacket priced at $2.00. A Near Fine or better copy, very lightly rubbed and dust-soiled; in a just about Fine, lightly edge-worn jacket. Near Fine+ Little read today, the novels of Harold Bell Wright outsold those of every other American writer during the first quarter of the twentieth century. Newspapers of the day claimed Wright was the first author to write a novel that reached a million sales, and the statement cannot be far wrong. (The Devil's Highway, on the other hand, sold very few copies, making it today one of the most difficult of Wright's titles to obtain, in any condition.) John Lebar was the pen name of Wright's oldest son, Gilbert Munger Wright. In the Devil's Highway, they launched a scathing attack on "scientism," the belief that, in due coarse, all human misery will be solved by science. As such, the book can be seen as an attack on Nazism, Fascism and Communism, all then taking root, and more broadly on any effort to displace old-fashioned values with modern, scientific ideas. Interestingly, Ronald Reagan was one of Wright's most devoted followers. Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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      Harcourt, Brace And Company (1932), New York - Bound in original red cloth, lettered in silver. In the complete dust jacket with design by the author. This jacket has received some marginal restoration. It is bright and complete. Signed and dated by the author on the front free endpaper. The second volume in the U.S.A. trilogy. Small previous owner book-plate to the front paste-down. "First edition" stated on copyright page. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      --/No Dustjacket. 1932. New York, E. Weyhe, 1932. - First edition. Small folio (10 1/2" x 14"). Illustrated with 35 of 39 of Weston's photographs of some his most famous works. With comments by Arthur Miller, Lincoln Steffens, Edward Weston, Charles Sheeler, Jean Charlot, Merle Armitage (4 pages). Original white spine and black boards, with rubbing to spine and outer edges of covers, tight but slightly shaken. Good plus condition and without a dust jacket. Number 142 of 550 copies printed by Will A. Kistler; binding by Earle A. Gray; initials by William Stutz. Designed by Merle Armitage. Additionally on the verso of plate 29 in what appears to be in Weston's hand - the title Pelican's Wing 1931 has been crossed out with a new title Egg Plant [and next line] (4 plates missing) which is on the opposite page. There is no evidence of the missing plates nor explanation of the inscription. Several owners have inked their name on blank pages. .

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        "The Lapp Woman wrote few words on a dried Stockfish"

      [London]: , 1932. Little Gerda and the Lapp Woman from "The Snow Queen"Illustrated on page 32 of Arthur Rackham's Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales (1932)RACKHAM, Arthur, artist. "The Lapp Woman wrote few words on a dried Stockfish" [London, 1932.]. Original pen, ink and blue watercolor drawing, signed lower right. Image size: 8 x 7 1/2 inches: 204 x 191 mm.Published as the black & white illustration on page 74 of Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales Illustrated by Arthur Rackham, [London, 1932]."And when little Gerda had been warmed, and had had something to eat and drink, the Lapp woman wrote a few words on a dried stockfish, bidding Gerda to take good care of it, tied her on the reindeer again, and away they went. Flash! Flash! it went up in the sky. All night long burned the beautiful blue Northern Lights"In this marvelous watercolor, Gerda and the Lapp woman are sitting in the little hut which has vegetables hanging from the low wooden beams. Gerda is dressed in a pretty blue and white dotted dress, and is sitting with a bowl and spoon on her lap. She is looking at the Lapp woman who is holding the dried stockfish, writing on it with a quill. The Lapp woman is dressed in a red top, blue skirt and red and blue striped headscarf, and is wearing big round glasses on her long nose. The Lapp woman with her wizened hands and feet are the focal point of the picture, the whole scene giving the impression of warmth and intimacy between the little girl and the Lapp woman.This fine watercolor appeared in the book on page 74 as a black and white drawing. As was often the case, Arthur Rackham has added background and full watercolor to the image in order to enhance its salability. Provenance: Labels on back of frame: Ernst Brown & Phillips, Ltd., The Leecester Gallery, London [1932]; The Fine Art Society Ltd., London, June 1972; Sheffield City Art Gallery - December 1979 - April 1980; Colin White 1979-2017.

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        Brave New World.

      London: Chatto & Windus,, 1932. Octavo. Original yellow cloth, titles to spine gilt on blue ground, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Housed in a custom quarter yellow morocco and marbled paper covered solander box. Spine a little darkened, internally bright; an excellent copy. First edition, signed limited issue. Number 17 of 314 specially bound copies, signed by the author. From the library of Oliver Brett, 3rd Viscount Esher (1881?1963), with his armorial bookplate to the front pastedown. Oliver Brett financed the literary journal Life and Letters between 1928 and 1934, to which Huxley was a contributor, along with many of the Bloomsbury authors. Brett's sister, Dorothy Eugénie Brett (1883?1977) was also the basis of the deaf, continually sketching character Jenny in Huxley's first book, Crome Yellow (1921). Dorothy Brett, who was partially deaf, associated with the Bloomsbury Group during her studies at the Slade School of Art and was a frequent member Lady Ottoline Morrell's gatherings at Garsington Manor, which were also satirised by Huxley in the novel.

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        Death in the Afternoon.

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932 - Octavo. Original black cloth, titles and decoration to spine gilt, facsimile signature to front board gilt. With the dust jacket. Housed in a custom maroon cloth solander box, titles to red sheep label to spine. Bookseller's ticket to foot of rear pastedown. Spine rolled, bumps to ends, light scratches to front cover, inner hinges cracked, otherwise internally bright; a very good copy in the jacket with chip to head of rear panel, light soiling to spine. Colour frontispiece by Juan Gris with tissue guard, 64 black and white plates. First edition, first printing, with binding and jacket "A", published in an edition of 10,300 copies on 23 September 1932, with the Cubist frontispiece by Juan Gris. Grissom A.10.1.a; Hanneman A10a. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Biddy's Secret

      W. & R. Chambers 1932 - 1932. First Edition. 264 pages. No dust jacket. Blue cloth with gilt lettering. B&W frontispiece. Clean pages. Noticeable foxing and tanning to endpapers and page edges. Previous owner's inscription on front endpaper, dated 1932. Mild wear to spine, board edges and corners. Distinct sunning to spine and board edges. Noticeable soiling and other small marks (approx. 1cm) across the boards. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Edward Weston [The Art of Edward Weston]

      New York: E. Weyhe,, 1932. Folio. Original black and white boards, titles to front board and spine black, black endpapers. Portrait frontispiece of Edward Weston by Brett Weston, 39 monochrome plates. Spine toned, extremities a little worn, rubbed and bumped, some surface wear to boards. First edition, first printing, of the first book devoted exclusively to Weston's work and described by Parr & Badger as a "splendidly designed and important monograph". Inscribed by Weston on the verso of the title-page, "To mrs. W. W. Holcombe - Edward Weston 1932". Limited edition of 550 numbered copies signed by Edward Weston, of which this is number 96.

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        The Art of Edward Weston

      New York: [Will A. Kistler Company] for E. Weyhe, 1932. A fine presentation copy of the limited edition, number 48 of 550 copies, printed on Artisan enamel paper by Champion Paper, photographic reproductions by the Los Angeles Engraving company, binding by Earle A. Gray. Light toning and wear to binding, some pale foxing as often, lacks original slicpase but with modern cloth slipcase. Folio. Foreword by Charles Sheeler, Appreciation by Lincoln Steffens, Prophecy by Arthur Miller, Estimate by Jean Charlot. 12pp. text, 39 photographic plates. Original printed paper-backed black boards. A fine presentation copy, inscribed by Weston to Lewis Milestone on the epigraph leaf facing the title. Milestone (1890-1980) is renowned for his direction of 'Two Arabian Knights' (1927) and 'All Quiet on the Western Front' (1930) -- both of which received Academy Awards for Best Director. Milestone apparently re-gifted the book, as the half-title bears his inscription "To the Roberts, Milly." A fine association, linking Weston (who early in his career worked in Hollywood doing stills for films) to the celebrated director Lewis Milestone.

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        The Story of My Life

      Presentation copy from Clarence Darrow to his brother-in-law, Fred Hamerstrom (younger brother of Darrow's wife, Ruby) whom Darrow knew intimately for many decades--"From Clarence Darrow / To Frederick N. Hamerstrom / With regard and affection". Cloth-backed boards, morocco label, showing some wear, else a good copy, number 42 of 294 numbered copies of the Limited Edition. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1932.

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        Edward Weston. [The Art of Edward Weston].

      New York: E. Weyhe, 1932 - Folio. Original black and white boards, titles to front board and spine black, black endpapers. Spine toned, extremities a little worn, rubbed and bumped, some surface wear to boards. Portrait frontispiece of Edward Weston by Brett Weston, 39 monochrome plates. First edition, first printing, of the first book devoted exclusively to Weston's work and described by Parr & Badger as a "splendidly designed and important monograph". Inscribed by Weston on the verso of the title-page, "To mrs. W. W. Holcombe - Edward Weston 1932". Limited edition of 550 numbered copies signed by Edward Weston, of which this is number 96. Parr & Badger I, p. 8. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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