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      London : George Routledge & Sons 1932 - Physical desc. : xv, 112 p. ; 19 cm. Subject: Money --Prices --Currency question. Series: Studies in economics and political science, no. 107. A fine copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. Ex-libris copy with minor stamp. 1 Kg. 112 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        Beregi Konja! [Bewache das Pferd! Text russisch].

      Moskau u. Leningrad, Isogis, 1932. - Plakat. 70 × 102 cm. Ganzseitige farbige Lithographie. Sprache: Russisch, Erste Ausgabe. - Das reizvolle Plakat ruft zu einer sorgfältigen Pflege der Pferde auf, um damit die Landwirtschaft und auch die Landesverteidigung zu stärken. Dargestellt ist ein großes Pferd mit Hütejungen vor einer Landschaft. Lydia Sholtkewitsch war Schülerin an den WChUTEMAS gewesen. - Randläsuren. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Frank Albrecht (VDA/ILAB)]
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        King Kong

      Grosset & Dunlap 1932 - First Edition, First Printing. A stunning first issue dustjacket with "by" on front panel. This original dustjacket has been expertly restored my a master conservator. The end result is a beautiful dustjacket that is vibrant in color with no chips or tears. The book is in nice condition. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with light wear to the spine and panels. The pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a sharp copy of this true first edition in collector's condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        THE ALTAR OF SACRIFICE

      NY: Longmans, Green and Co., 1932. Book. Good. Hardcover. First Edition. 5 x 7 ½. Title: THE ALTAR OF SACRIFICE BY ISABEL C. CLARKE 1932 1STRare Author: ISABEL C. CLARKE Publisher/Copyright: Longmans, Green and Co., NY 1932 Edition: First Edition Condition:(all defects if any are formulated into pricing): The book is without a dust jacket. Book is without marks or writings, pages are clean, book is tight and sturdy. A good copy. Size: 5 x 7 ½ (approximately)Pages: 304 pages Binding/Cover: Hardback without dust jacket Shipping & Handling: U.S. , Insurance extra. Refunds: All items are 100% refundable up to 10 days after item received Background/Description: First Edition. Longmans, Green and Co., NY 1932. Good/None dust jacket condition. Overall a good copy with really clean insides. THERE ARE NO OTHER COPIES OF THIS BOOK FOR SALE ON THE INTERNET!!! Really good price! InvCode: ze27.

      [Bookseller: FairView Books]
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        Matisse Picasso and Gertrude Stein. With two shorter stories.

      Paris; Plain Edition, 1932. - First Edition. Limited edition, 1 of 500 copies printed for Plain Edition by Maurice Darantiere, bound in tan wrappers, in printed slipcase of like color. 278pp. A near Fine copy(Spine of book slightly darkened; extremities of slipcase slightly darkened, very slightly bumped on the edges). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        LIGHT IN AUGUST

      New York: Harrison Smith & Robert Haas, [1932].. Large octavo. Rough woven tan cloth, lettered in blue and orange. A fine copy in equally fine and unusually bright and fresh pictorial dust jacket, with the very slightly chipped and tanned outer glassine wrapper carefully preserved. First edition, first printing, first binding. The first printing consisted of 8500 copies, a relatively small number of which appeared with blue stamping only (a characteristic of the bindings of the later impressions). The error "Jefferson" on p.340 has no bibliographic significance, as it reoccurs in the reprints. PETERSEN A13a. MASSEY 103.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        Doom of Youth

      London: Chatto and Windus. 1932. First. First edition. A little soiling to the boards, else near fine in a spine-toned, good or better dustwrapper with a few short tears and shallow loss at the spine ends. Suppressed due to a lawsuit brought by Alec Waugh. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Syllabus of a Novel to be Called Anthony Adverse Plus ALS to Noted Book Collector

      Farrar & Rinehart, New York 1932 - #619/1000 copies printed " for presentation to friends of the author and the publishers". SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR on verso of front wrapper "Autograph for Eugene L. Delafield, Esq. by Hervey Allen". Delafield was a noted New York book collector (1907-2001), the bulk of whose collection now resides in the Yale Collection of American Literature at the Beinecke Library. Laid in is a 1 page letter, signed with the initials "H.A." that reads- "One of the few remaining copies of my first book- newspaper reviews(?) with the exception of the "Weakling" which was printed in El Paso and sold to the troops along the Mexican Border in 1916. As you remember, I told you, I destroyed perhaps foolishly a few copies that remained in my possession and have been able to get ahold of only one or two since then that turned up in an old trunk. I am not anxious to have this book known as it contains verse written when I was very immature." On the back of this letter, in a different hand (presumably Delafield's) is "written circa 1925". Indeed, very few copies of Allen's 1st book survive today, and after a promising start as a poet, Allen turned to fiction and became best known for his novel "Anthony Adverse", which became a huge best-seller and was made into a memorable movie, winning 4 Oscars. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dale Steffey Books]
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        La France travaille - Tomes I et II

      Horizons de France 1932 - RO20002739: Tome I : 419 pages. / Tome II : 428 pages. / Très belles reliures de cuir noir sur les plats et les coins, marron sur le dos - Titre et tomaison dorés - Bordures inférieures et supérieures des plats frottées - Légères épidermures sur les nerfs - Très nombreuses illustrations n&b in et hors texte. Préface de Paul Valéry. La vie paysanne / Vignerons / Marchés et ravitaillement des villes / Fleurs et parfums / Tisserands et filateurs / canuts / tapisseries / couture et mode / Verriers et céramistes / le bâtiment / Fabriques à papier / Métiers du livre / Journaux, bibliothèque, laboratoires / mineurs / Les métiers du fer / Mariniers et bateliers / Gens de mer / La vie des phares / Le rail / L'automobile, l'avion / Aux sources de l'énergie / In-8 Relié cuir dos-coins. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos à nerfs. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 331-Métiers [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LA FRANCE TRAVAILLE, TOMES I & II

      Horizons de France 1932 - RO40100981: 428 pages pour le tome I, et 419 pages pour le tome II. Illustré de nombreuses et belles photos en noir et blanc (héliogravées) dans et hors texte. 1er plat du tome II frotté avec petits manques (épidermures) en surface. 'Le visage de la France'. Préface de Paul Valéry. Pierre Hamp, Minuers. Pierre Hamp, Les métiers du fer. Jean Prévost, Mariniers et bateliers. Emile Condroyer, Gens de mer. Charles Silvestre, La vie paysanne. M. Constantin-Weyer, Vignerons. Pierre Hamp, Tisserands et filateurs. Léon Riotor, Canuts. Pierre Gerber, Couture et mode. In-4 Relié demi-cuir. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos frotté. Quelques rousseurs Classification Dewey : 331-Métiers [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Records of North American Big Game

      New York: Derrydale Press 1932 - One of 500 copies. 8 ½ in. x 11 1/8 in. Tan cloth with gilt tilting on front panel and on spine. Illustrated with b/w photos. A little shelf wear to ends of spine, to the corners, and to the margins; the spine has darkened. Two small spots to front panel. Bookplate of John T. Pirie (of the family that owned the Carson, Pirie and Scot department stores in the Chicago area) on front paste-down. Weight is 3 lbs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        The Negro Mother and Other Dramatic Recitations

      The Golden Stair Press, N. Y. 1932 - About fine but for some wear and bumping to yapped edges of the printed green wraps, and peripheral sunfading to the upper two inches, and a half inch down both the spine and fore edge. Obviously sat beside a smaller volume, and took sun for some time. Fortunately, the cover illustration by Taylor is not affected. There is a bookplate tipped to the inside of the rear wrap. Inscribed on inside of front wrap, " Sincerely, Langston Hughes, May 14, 1932. Scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Renaissance Books]
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        The Devil's Highway

      New York/London: D. Appleton and Company. Near Fine in Near Fine dj. 1932. First Edition. Hardcover. [tight clean book, the slightest bit of shelfwear to bottom edge; jacket shows minor wear along top and bottom edges, tiny stain at bottom edge of rear panel, short closed tear at top front foldover]. The first and only collaboration between Harold Bell Wright, the enormously popular author of "The Winning of Barbara Worth" and "The Shepherd of the Hills," and his son Gilbert Wright, here writing as "John Lebar." An attack on "scientism," it did not sell well upon its first publication, and is considered by collectors of Wright's work to be one of the most difficult titles to find today, especially in such superb condition. .

      [Bookseller: ReadInk]
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        LIGHT IN AUGUST

      New York Harrison Smith and Robert Haas 1932 - First edition, first issue with "Jefferson" instead of "Mottstown" in the first line on page 340. With an illustrated title-page. 8vo, publisher’s original beige buckram lettered in orange on the upper cover and in blue on the spine, in the very scarce original dustjacket. 480 pp. A very fine copy, the book essentially pristine and in excellent condition, the very scarce dustjacket is extremely attractive with only the most minor of mellowing evident along the edges and a small tear to the top of the fold line of the front flap. IMPORTANT FIRST EDITION AND UNUSUAL IN THIS CONDITION AND VERY SCARCE IN THE DUSTJACKET. The jacket has the correct $2.50 price and listing of Boyle, Kay as the first author on the back cover as is proper for the original first issue. LIGHT IN AUGUST is one of Faulkner's greatest books. The novel's central themes of race, religion and human nature have not, over time, been diminished in their potency. The book presents one of Faulkner’s most balanced works, discussing the negative and positive forces in life as it focuses on the relationship between men and women and between races. One of America's greatest modern writers, Faulkner was awarded a Nobel Prize in 1950 for his literary accomplishments. In his acceptance he made the brief but important statement "that man will not merely endure; he will prevail. because he has a soul, a spirit capable of compassion and sacrifice and endurance. [it is] the writer’s duty to write about these things." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA]
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        Light in August

      New York: Harrison Smith & Robert Haas 1932 - First edition, first printing. Fine in an extremely bright and crisp jacket, spine slightly nicked. An exceptional copy with the original glassine outer jacket, which is perfectly intact and without any loss. Very seldom found so well preserved with the original glassine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        LIGHT IN AUGUST

      NY: Smith & Haas, (1932) - First Edition, First State, all issue points present, of Faulkner's classic early novel. Fine copy, protected all too well by an intact but chipped and used first state dust jacket. Though not price-clipped, and actually better than it sounds, it's regrettable that a copy of this superb quality isn't housed in a more presentable dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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        Light in August

      Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, New York 1932 - First Printing (so stated), first issue (with "Jefferson" for "Mottstown" on line 1, p. 340), one of only 8,500 copies. 8vo: [2],480pp. Publisher's first-state binding of coarsely woven oatmeal cloth, upper cover stamped in orange, spine in blue, top edge stained orange, fore-edge untrimmed, title-page vignette by Rockwell Kent; pictorial dust jacket, priced $2.50. Fine, square, tight and unmarked, in an about Fine jacket (having benefited from skillful restoration to spine panel tips—involving neither lettering nor design—by an expert paper conservationist), with vibrant front panel, very lightly faded spine panel (though lettering and design still strong and bright). Petersen A13.1a. Time 100. "Faulkner’s grave meditation on race, violence and all the fraught legacies of the South, [and] the first in which he confronted head-on the poisons of racism. . . . This book is less daring structurally than The Sound and the Fury or As I Lay Dying. . . . But the force of Faulkner’s genius is entirely in play." (Time 100) The seventh of Faulkner’s nineteen novels and the fifth of fourteen set primarily in Jefferson, Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi, the apocryphal town and county he created. Though his longest novel, it took only six months to write, from mid-August, 1931, to mid-February, 1932. N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd]
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        Fencing

      Les Joies du Sport. Daniel Jacomet., 1932. Fencing. Pochoir. Printed colour, hand finished. Very good condition. Size: 23 x 30 cm. (9 x 12 inches). Limited to 750 copies. Original print from the collection of 44 sporting prints was assembled by Maurice & Jacques Goddet. The illustrations were all done by the Bosnian born Milivoy Uzelac. After studying at the Académie of Beaux-Arts in Prague he moved to Paris where his work was widely exhibited. He illustrated many other publications and was also a sculptor.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        GEOGRAPHY OF CLAUDIUS PTOLEMY

      The New York Public Library, New York 1932 - folio. half leather, cloth, five raised bands, cardboard box with paper cover label. xvi, 167 pages, and 29 plates. Based upon Greek and Latin Manuscripts and Important Late Fifteenth- and Early Sixteenth-Century Printed Editions, Including Reproductions of the Maps from the Ebner Manuscript, ca. 1460. Limited to 250 numbered copies. Printed on Charing handmade paper. Designed by John Archer. Collotypes by Max Jafeé. Introduction by Professor Joseph Fischer. This is the first English translation of "Geography". This volume covers eight books by Ptolemy, added to it are 27 maps of the Codex Ebnerianus, the Ruysch Map from the 1508 printed edition of "Geography," and the New World Map from the 1522 edition. The box for the volume is soiled, worn, and split at the joints and corners. Very minor wear at spine ends. half leather, cloth, five raised bands, cardboard box with paper cover label [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Oak Knoll Books, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Geography of Claudius Ptolemy, :Translated into English and edited by Edward Luther Stevenson, based upon Greek and Latin manuscripts and important late fifteenth and early sixteenth century printed editions; including reproductions of the maps from the Ebner Manuscript, ca. 1460

      New York Public Library, New York 1932 - xvi + 167pp. + vignette on title page and 29 monotone plates. Limited 1st. edition (no. 180 of 250) on hand-made paper. Dark tan half leather with light tan cloth boards; five raised bands and gilt details on spine. Original protective paper still on the back cover and the whole in original cardboard box with label on the front. The box lid has a detached end flap. The book is as new. Elephant folio 17 x 12 inches This volume is a translation of the seven books of the Geographia. 27 maps are from a copy of the manuscript by Donnus Nicolaus Germanus--the Codex Ebnerianus, plus the 1508 Ruysch map and the New World map from the 1522 edition. Introduction by Joseph Fischer of Stella Matutina College in Austria. Stevenson was a scholar of the geography, cartography and history of the New World and a professor at Rutgers. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Archaeology Plus]
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        Sartoris.

      London: Chatto & Windus, 1932 - Octavo. Original tan cloth, titles to spine in red, top edge stained red. With 8pp advertisements at the rear. With the Centaur Library issue dust jacket supplied from another copy. Housed in a burgundy quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Text somewhat browned but an exceptionally fresh copy in the somewhat tanned dust jacket. First UK edition, first impression, second binding but with the third state ads at the end, and with an example of the remainder dust jacket. With the author's signed presentation inscription to the title page, "William Faulkner for Else 11 Dec 1950". Signed and dated (1937) on the front free endpaper by the writer and journalist Thorsten Jonsson (1910–1950). Faulkner met Else Jonsson at the Nobel Prize ceremony in Sweden in December 1950. She was the recent widow of Thorsten Jonsson, the journalist and critic who had been instrumental in getting Faulkner published in Sweden. On the night of the Nobel dinner, 11 December, Faulkner walked Else home. He inscribed whichever copies of his books she had in the apartment and the two began a passionate affair which lasted several years. The couple met several times in Paris. Faulkner destroyed her letters to him but his side of the correspondence is one of the fullest and most remarkable extant. Faulkner's relationship with Else Jonsson was undoubtedly the most significant of his later life. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Andersen, Hans (Christian). Rackham, Arthur

      London: Harrap, 1932. 4to, 288pp. With 12 full-page color plates and 59 black and white in-text drawings; pictorial endpapers and illustrated title page. Original white vellum stamped in gilt, gilt top, a fine copy. Limited to 525 copies, signed by the artist. Often spoken of as one of RackhamÕs masterpieces, where his art and the subject matter suit each other perfectly.

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        THE KNIFE OF TIME AND OTHER STORIES

      THE DRAGON PRESS FIRST AMERICAN EDITION 1932 - HB BLUE GRAY CLOTH WITH LABEL FAINT OFFSETTING TO PRELIMS FROM DUSTWRAPPER FLAPS ELSE FINE PP164 DW FINE Signed by the authot. 500 copies printed [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Badger Books]
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        THE POP-UP PINOCCHIO

      New York: Blue Ribbon Books, 1932. One of the first two Harold Lentz's famous pop-up books; "Jack the Giant Killer" being the other. 8vo. Bright pictorial boards, heavy cardstock pages. The four pop-ups are near perfect and in working order. Front cover slightly splayed, cracking along a few page joints, three small Christmas labels dated 1932, one partially removed, on front free endpaper verso, and a short appealing gift inscription at bottom of the adjacent half-title page, plus some scattered foxing; overall bright, lightly used and Very Good Plus. The dustwrapper is exceptionally nice and Very Good, or better, with the colors of the front and rear illustrations still vibrant and clean. The spine and flap folds have tanned, and some of the spine color has faded, plus several thin surface scratches, and veiny-like creases along extremities. VIEW IMAGE - CLICK ICON AT LEFT. First Edition. Hard Cover. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

      [Bookseller: Albert Books]
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        Signora in barca e uomo che la attende]

      1932 1932 - Bellissimo disegno su carta, carboncino nero firmato in basso a sinistra, mm. 320x490. Abilissimo illustratore Sacchetti si distinse all'inizio del secolo come caricaturista nel periodico "Verde e Azzurro" e "La Tradotta". Allo scoppio della Grande Guerra, dopo aver soggiornato a Parigi, tornò in Italia continuando l'attività di illustratore e di cartellonista. Due piccolissime mancanze restaurate agli angoli sup.

      [Bookseller: TABERNA LIBRARIA - ALAI - ILAB]
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        The Knife of the Times and Other Stories.

      The Dragon Press, Ithaca, New York. The Dragon Series edited by Angel Flores. (One of 500 copies). 1932 - 5 1/4 inches x 7 5/8 in., half-title with other Dragon Press titles listed on the reverse; list of WCW titles; title-page, with publisher's dragon device; contents. [8]pp., 164 pp. with individual titles for the eleven stories. The lower portion of page 8 and the facing title show an adhesion of the paper, with some of the paper surface pulled away, affecting a few words. Blue, textured cloth with printed paper title labels on the spine and front cover; unclipped, gray paper dustjacket with titling and design by Olaf A. Brauner, in blue. Light rubbing to spine ends, cover corners, name in ink on the front paste-down: Russell A. Griffin 1935. The spine ends and edges of the dustjacket show some chipping, with a 1/2 inch closed tear to the lower edge of the back dustjacket edge, small spot, age-related tanning to the dustjacket spine, and tanning to endpapers. Early glassine wraparound over the dustjacket, this shows some tanning, chipping. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Ulysses

      The Odyssey Press, Hamburg 1932 - Two volumes, each 4.375" X 7. Volume 1 is 400 pp. Volume 2 brings total to 792 pp. Fine in cream colored cloth with red lettering on the front panel & there is very slight foxing. Owners name penned very lightly to flyleaf, inscription dated March 1933. Shipped in a box, not a padded envelope. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dubliners Books]
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        Directional Studies of Atmospherics at High Frequencies; Electrical Disturbances Apparently of Extraterrestrial Origin; Minimum Noise Levels Obtained on Short-Wave Radio Receiving Systems

      Institute Of Radio Engineers, 1932,, Menasha, Wi - FIRST EDITIONS IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS of Karl Jansky's ground-breaking papers announcing the discovery of radio astronomy, a new science that has become one of the essential methods for making modern astronomical observations. Working at Bell Labs, Jansky "was given the task of investigating factors that could interfere with radio waves used for long-distance communication. He designed a linear directional antenna, which, mounted on wheels from a Model T Ford, could scan the sky. He indentified all the sources of interference, such as thunderstorms, except for one weak emission. This he found to be unconnected with the Sun and in 1931 he discovered that the radio interference came from the stars. Jansky published his findings in the Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers in December 1932 ['Directional Studies of Atmospherics at High Frequencies'], the date that marks precisely the beginnings of radio astronomy" (Biographical Encyclopedia of Scientists). Jansky's follow-up paper, "Electrical Disturbances Apparently of Extraterrestrial Origin," published in 1933, was equally transformative, articulating "his revolutionary claim that the hiss static seemed to have its origin in our Milky Way galaxy, with a maximum in a direction that pointed close to the galactic center" (American National Biography). "At the age of just twenty-six, Karl Jansky had become the first person to detect and identify radio waves coming from outer space, a truly historic discovery. The true significance of Jansky's breakthrough surpasses even the momentous discovery that the Milky Way emits radio waves. His accomplishment was to establish the science of radio astronomy and to demonstrate that astronomers could learn a huge amount about the universe by looking beyond the narrow band of electromagnetic wavelengths that are visible to the human eye. He announced his result in a paper entitled 'Electrical Disturbances Apparently of Extraterrestrial Origin' (Simon Singh, Big Bang). The third paper in the collection, "Minimum Noise Levels Obtained on Short-Wave Radio Receiving Systems" discusses problems of noise levels and interference in short-wave systems. Directional Studies of Atmospherics at High Frequencies. In: Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, vol.20, no.12 (Dec.1932), pp.1920-1932. WITH: Electrical Disturbances Apparently of Extraterrestrial Origin. In: Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, vol.21, no.10 (Oct.1933), pp.1387-1398. WITH: Minimum Noise Levels Obtained on Short-Wave Radio Receiving Systems. In: Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, vol.25, no.12 (Dec.1937), pp.1517-1530. Menasha, WI: Institute of Radio Engineers, 1932-1937. Octavo, original wrappers. RARE. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Manhattan Rare Book Company, ABAA, ILAB]
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        The Interpretation of the Atom - [Contents: the Radioactive Elements and Isotopes. --The General Progress of Atomic Chemistry]

      New York, Putnam 1932 - Description: xviii p. , 1 l. , 355 p. Illus. , plates, 2 fold. Tab. , diagrs. 23 cm. Subjects: Atoms. Radioactivity. 1921 Nobel Prize winner. "This book has been written to take the place of The interpretation of radium, first published in 1909."--Pref. Near fine copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 1 Kg. 355 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        Stamboul Train

      Heinemann 1932 - First edition (but second issue with text corrected to accomodate V. S. Prichett, as in almost all copies). London, Heinemann, 1932. First Published 1932 stated on copyright page. Original price of 7/6 still on front flap of dust jacket. Very good in a very good dust jacket with a few minor chips but with colorful illustration on front panel vibrant and complete. Comes in a custom-made collector's slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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        Black Elk Speaks

      NY: Morrow. 1932. The autobiography of Black Elk, an Oglala Sioux holy man, as told to Neihardt, a poet with a long knowledge of, and strong sympathy for, the Plains Indian cultures. A seminal book: the paperback edition, circulating on college campuses in the 1960s, helped re-ignite interest in Native American cultures among non-Natives. The accessibility of the text, as recounted by Neihardt, helped the book become an underground classic at a time when an alternative religious paradigm was being sought in the 1960s, as countercultural upheavals called into question the premises of the Western world view. Illustrations by Standing Bear, a Minneconjou Sioux and longtime friend of Black Elk. This copy belonged to the artist Irvin "Shorty" Shope. Inscribed to Shope by his wife in 1945, using Shope's Blackfoot name, "Maquea - stumick," or "Wolf Bull." Shope, a cowboy artist who was adopted into the Blackfoot tribe, painted a number of portraits of Native American leaders over the years. Later inscribed by Shope's son to his daughter. Foxing to top edge and offsetting to endpages; a near fine copy in a fair, price-clipped dust jacket: the majority of the jacket is present, albeit in large pieces, with the spine subtitle laid in. A notable copy of this book. First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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