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        Neues Haus - Neue Welt

      Rudolf Mosse Buchverlag, Berlin 1932 - Text in German / French / English - 53 monochrome photographs by Arthur Koster - drawings - spine damage with loss (see photo) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Von Meyenfeldt, Slaats & Sons]
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        Thoughts and Adventures

      A collection of 23 engaging essays by Churchill on an incredibly wide variety of subjects published in 1932. From the original front flap blurb: "Whether he is dealing with personal reminiscences, or telling us his views on any subject under the sun, Mr. Churchill stamps the page with his own vivid personality." The khaki cloth of this edition proved notoriously prone to scuffing, wear, and soiling. Here is a first edition, first printing in very good+ condition. An unusually clean copy. This example shows only light scuffing and wear, far less than typical. The front and rear covers are clean with square corners, bright gilt, and minor shelf wear confined to the bottom edge. The spine is just a little darkened, with not much scuffing, bright gilt, and only minor wear at the spine ends. The contents are crisp, clean, bright, and tight with no spotting and no inscriptions. The book appears unread. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A95.1.a, Woods/ICS A39(aa.1), Langworth p.156.

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        Rumour at Nightfall (Suppressed by Author)

      New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1932. First American Edition, First (and only) Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/No DJ. Black cloth over boards, quarter red and black patterned cloth and title to spine, top edge stained red, small 8vo (7-1/2 inches tall), "1932" on title page and "FIRST EDITION" on copyright page, pp. 299. Title leaf tipped in by publisher between half-title and dedication leaf. Volume with light taps to corners, spine ends a little softened, fade to top edges and spine, joints with cloth slightly darkened and a spot or two to top edge stain. Scarce and never reprinted, suppressed by Greene for being "... of a badness beyond the power of criticism..." and with only 1018 copies of the Doran edition being sold (opposed to the 2500 copies that were made available in the Heinemann printing) can make the Doran edition most difficult to find in good collectible condition. Ref. Ahearn, 1990, p. 226.

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        The World Crisis, full set of U.S. first editions inscribed and dated by Churchill

      INSCRIBED AND DATED BY CHURCHILL. Any inscribed World Crisis set is a prize, but inscribed U.S. editions seem considerably more scarce than inscribed British editions. Collectors will note, the U.S. first edition of the World Crisis is the true first edition, as U.S. publication preceded the British. Offered here is a full set of U.S. first editions signed by Churchill in Volume IV, The Aftermath. A lovely inked inscription by the author in three lines on the ffep reads "Inscribed by Winston S. Churchill Feb. 1932". All volumes are first edition, first printings except for The Aftermath, which is first edition, third printing. In February of 1932, Churchill was traveling in the United States on a lucrative and successful lecture tour. He spoke in many cities throughout the month before departing for England on 11 March aboard the ocean liner Majestic. This volume was undoubtedly inscribed during the tour. Publisher Charles Scribner wrote to Churchill on the day of his departure "I sincerely hope that you made no mistake in trusting your books to us. we will continue to back them until they come into their own." Churchill's books most certainly did come into their own. The inscribed volume is in very good condition. The russet boards are bright and clean with square corners and only minor shelf wear at the bottom edge. The spine is just slightly faded with minor wear at head and tail, but is clean and retains good color and bright gilt. The contents are clean and bright with no inscriptions save the one by the author. The third printing was issued in September 1929, six months after the first. The five first edition, first printing books comprising the rest of this set are in very good to near-fine condition with minor flaws and wear. The contents are uniformly clean, tight, and unusually bright for paper that is prone to age-yellowing. There is no spotting. There are no previous ownership marks save for a bookplate on the pastedown of The Unknown War. The boards are all clean and bright with only minor scuffing or blemishes. Spine presentation shows only very mild fading. Even the notoriously fade-prone Volume I spine retains good color, although the gilt has darkened as is normal for this volume. Of special note, the folding map at p.388 of The Unknown War is properly folded with no tears; there is just some wear to the leading edge where it protrudes slightly from the text block. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A69.1, Woods/ICS A31(aa).

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        Eine auto-biographische Teilskizze [copy inscribed to Paul Geuthner]

      C. J. Bucher AG, Luzerne 1932 In-8 broché, agrafé, une bande rouge adhésive au dos, 35pp. 1 tableau. Rudolph Said-Ruete (1869-1946) était le second fils d'Emily Ruete, princesse de Zanzibar et d'Oman et fille du sultan Al-Bu-Said, et d'un marchand allemand, Rudolph Heinrich Ruete. Il devint journaliste et écrivain, s'installa à Londres quand le parti Nazi arriva au pouvoir en Allemagne. Par son mariage, il était le cousin d'Alfred Moritz. Il fut un potentiel sultan de Zanzibar, homme d'affaires, orientaliste, politicien, humaniste prônant le rapprochement des Juifs et des Arabes. Cette très rare plaquette autobiographique a été publiée en 1932, à 150 exemplaires signés. Elle est ornée en frontispice d'un portrait photographique, tirage original, 9 x 13,5 cm, sur papier albuminé avec un envoi manuscrit de l'auteur à Paul Geuthner, célèbre éditeur de la Librairie Orientaliste. Saïd-Ruete reprend un texte qu'il publia dans « Der Islam » : Die Al-Bu-Said- Dynastie in Arabien und Ostafrika, avec un tableau généalogique (Stammtafel der Al-Bu-Said-Dynastie); suivi d'un court texte biographique et d'une chronologie des moments importants de sa vie, avec mentions de ses publications. La couverture bleue imprimée en noir est en partie insolée Bon couverture souple Edition originale Dedicacé par l'auteur

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      New York: Dodd Meade And Company, 1932 First Edition of the author's second book. 8vo., 290pp. Green cloth stamped black, pale green endpapers, neat name on ffe. A very good copy in like dustwrapper showing modest use; a couple of small chips at the head & heel of the spine. A very uncommon Golden Age, Inspector Drury of Scotland Yard mystery.. 1st Edition.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        GLI ARCHITETTI MILITARI. L'opera del genio italiano all'estero.

      Libreria dello Stato 1932-1939 (Codice libreria AC2257) Tre grandi volumi (30x23,5 cm), XVI-635, XX-482, XII-415 pp. Importante edizione, tiratura di 550 esemplari, copia n. 484 della serie su carta forte avorio "velina italiana a mano". Vol. I: Medio Evo. Vol. II: Gli Italiani nell'Architettura Militare dell'Epoca Moderna e Contemporanea. Vol. III: Gli Architetti Militari Italiani nella Spagna, nel Portogallo e nelle loro Colonie. Riccamente illustrati con 778 figure nel testo e 187 tavole fuori testo anche ripiegate: foto, carte, piante, disegni, antichi dipinti e incisioni. Grandi margini e barbe. Vari indici. Legature in cartonato morbido originale, con velina protettiva. Ottimo stato di conservazione. Euro 750

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        ELIZABETH TAYLOR - Autografo su foto

      Larghezza cm:18 - Altezza cm:24 - Condizioni del prodotto:Ottime - Pos:FD19 - SPLENDIDA FOTOGRAFIA ORIGINALE IN GRANDE FORMATO CON DEDICA E FIRMA PER ESTESO AD INCHIOSTRO NERO " To Bernard wich best wishes " Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor nota come Liz Taylor ( Hampstead 1932 - Los Angeles 2011 ) CERTIFICAZIONE DI AUTENTICITA' E PROVENIENZA ALLEGATE

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      The Odyssey Press 1932 The present edition may be considered as the definitive standard edition, as it has been specially revised, at the author's request, by Stuart Gilbert 16mo pp. 792 broch Ottimo (Fine) [Slocum, 1953: A20]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marini]
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        Art Forms in Nature. Second Series. Examples from the Plant World Photographed Direct from Nature

      VG : in very good condition without dust jacket. Boards lightly rubbed with bumping to corners and spine ends plus 2 scratches to cloth of rear board. Gilt titles bright. Light foxing to prelims - page edges and introduction. Front inner hinge cracking. Bookplate to front paste down. Binding tight First UK Edition Green hardback cloth cover with gilt titles and gilt embossed leaf (Nigella Damascena) to front board 320mm x 260mm (13" x 10"). XIII + 120pp. 120 photogravure plates.

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        L'EROICA. Quaderno numero 166 (anno 1932).

      Quaderno 166. Rassegna italiana di Ettore Cozzani. Nata a La Spezia il 30 luglio 1911 e pubblicata poi dal 1919 a Milano fino al 1944. Rivista mensile letteraria ebbe tra i suoi collaboratori De Karolis, Barbieri, Disertori, Nonni, Morbiducci, Delitala, Bruno da Osimo ed altri. 310 numeri, quasi tutti monografici, che rappresentano un repertorio fondamentale per osservare i mutamenti dello stile e loscillazione del gusto in un trentennio. PROPONIAMO: Quaderno numero 166 (anno 1932). Pagine 60. Scritti di B. Serra, V. Bravetta, L. Menapace ed altri. Fascicolo dedicato allo scultore in legno Francesco Falcone di Chiavari ed allarchitetto Emilio Ciucci con varie riproduzioni delle loro opere e soprattutto al pittore e xilografo sardo Remo Branca. Sono presenti nove xilografie originali nel testo di cui quattro a piena pagina: Autoritratto (sulla copertina e ripetuto al frontespizio, mm 100x135 più margini), Letà dei cavalli (mm 126x127 più marg.), Fontana di convento (mm 196x152 più marg.), Età tragica (mm 177x145 più marg.), Il Tirso (mm 198x192 più marg.), Il grano (mm 300x230 più marg.), Chiacchiere paesane (mm 300x230 più marg.), La via della fontana (mm 278x222 più marg.), Il discorso dellacquaviva (mm 198x300 più marg.). Ottima conservazione. (Rif.A2397-708/51)

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      1932. 4to. 291 s. Rikt illustrert. Orig. dekorert helsjirtingbd. Navn

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        An Essay on the Nature & Significance of Economic Science.

      London, Macmillan & Co., 1932. 8vo. In the original green embossed cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Printed on thick paper. A few scratches to back board. Otherwise an extraordinarily fine copy. XII, 141, (3) pp.. First edition of Robbins's landmark publication, in which he sought to define more precisely economics as a science. With the present publication he became instrumental in shifting Anglo-Saxon economics from its Marshallian direction which eventually caused the breakthrough of neo-classical (Walrasian) definition of economics. The work is "one of the most cited, if not most read, books on the subject in the period 1932-60, and it influenced greatly economists' views about the nature of their discipline." (The New Palgrave). The definitions of economics presented here "were widely accepted by the world of academic economists and are still propagated" (The New Palgrave).Robbins put forth two central themes, both having a lasting and deep influence upon economics of the 20th century, the first being: "That economic science could be clearly demarcated from those discussions of economic issues that involved value judgments - by which latter term Robbins meant evaluation statements of the form 'better or worse' where inter-personal comparisons of utility were involved. He also argued that there was a clear demarcation between economic science and other branches of social enquiry such as social psychology, sociology, politics and so on"The second major theme was that the subject matter of economic science was not a particular activity (for example, Cannan's view that economics was the science of wealth), but rather an aspect of all human conduct. This aspect was the 'fact' of economic scarcity - a manifestation of unlimited ends on the part of individuals and society and means of satisfying those ends that were limited in supply. In word so often quoted in economics text Robbins defined economic science as 'that science that studies the relationship between ends and means that have alternative uses' - a definition that is more than reminiscent of Menger's exposition of the economizing process" (The New palgrave)Lionel Robbins (1898 - 1984) was a British (mainly theoretical) economist and head of the economics department at the London School of Economics. In macroeconomics Robbins's was a firm exponent of the Hayek's - and the Austrian school in general - teachings whom he brought to the London School of Economics in 1928. His liberal view was expressed when he famously, together with Joseph Schumpeter, advocated that nothing should be done about the 1929-depression and that it had to run its course since this alone would create a lasting development out of the depression

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        DEVIL'S TOR

      G. P. Putnam's Sons London 1932. 1st printing, Apr. 1932. Black cloth lettered in gold on spine; 487pp. Mild spotting of cloth; dealers marks in pencil on endpages; a little edgewear. Scarce. First Edition Hard Cover Very Good

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        From London, Weizmann writes a journalist who had immigrated to Palestine in 1898 that he does not know when he will be able to visit him in Paris.

      Typed Letter Signed ìCh. Weizmannî in English, one page, 5î x 6.5î, museum quality framed and matted to 18" x 14" . Oakwood, 16 Addison Crescent, W.14 [London], December 23, 1932. To Aron G. Hermoni, Paris. On blue stationery with letterhead engraved in red. Folds, not near signature. Fine condition. In full, ìI am extremely sorry, but it is still impossible for me to say exactly when I shall next be in Paris. For the time being, I am kept exceedingly busy with my work here; as soon as I succeed in making myself a little freer, I shall take up the matter which we discussed together. Meanwhile, if there is anything I can do from here to be of assistance, I count on you to let me know about it.î On December 28, 1932, Hermoni replied to this letter and on January 6, 1933, Weizmann wrote to him, in part, ìI do not at the moment know of any suitable post which is vacant, either in France, or here, or in Palestine, but I shall keep my eyes open, and if I hear of anything I will surely let you know at once ... I will be in Paris toward the end of next week.î Aron G. Hermoni (1882-1960), a Lithuanian-born teacher and journalist, had settled in Palestine in 1898 and was now writing articles in publications in Paris in Hebrew. He favored Hebrew as the national language of the Jewish people, not Yiddish. On January 7, 1933, at the annual conference of the Zionist Federation of Great Britain in London, Weizmann declared ìPalestine is in an exceptional position, registering no unemployment, and there is even room for new immigrants. The steady flow of immigrants into the country is calculated at slightly over 1,000 monthly. These two factors are almost unique in the world, for countries everywhere are bolting their doors and barring their gates against immigrants and suffering from the terrible burden and scourge of unemployment...î Three weeks later, on January 30, 1933, Hitler became Chancellor of Germany, and the immigration to Palestine of German Jews began to steadily increase.

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        Original Dust Jacket Art: Birds of Prey by Gerald Fairlie

      Hodder & Stoughton (London): Hodder & Stoughton. (No date -1932). First. Original dust jack art. Image matted to approximately 11.5" x 16". Watercolor figures pasted over a poster paint background. Fine. Signed but the artist's name is difficult to make out. Man runs from a woman on a street corner. This mystery remains unpublished in the U.S. .

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        ADRIANO CECIONI, OPERE E SCRITTI con pagine e lettere inedite dell?Autore a Giosuè Carducci. Milano, Edizioni dell?Esame, 1932.

      Belliss. ril. carton. successiva, ang. e ds in mz pelle, tass. con tit. in oro al ds, cop. orig. conservate all?int., cm 30x19, pp XXXVII, 343 di t., 30 tavv b/n f.t. Ottimo esempl.

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        Twenty Notches (First Edition)

      Dodd1932 New York: Dodd , 1932, Mead. First Edition. First Edition. Near Fine in an exceptionally fresh and colorful, Near Fine dust jacket. Jacket is exceptionally bright, with faint vertical creases at the rear panel and along the front hinge fold. A lovely copy.

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        Papers Relating to the Pituitary Body, Hypothalamus and Parasympthetic Nervous System

      Springfield, Illinois and Baltimore, Maryland: Charles C. Thomas. 1932. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. Good. First edition [1932]. Includes: Neurohypophysial Mechanisms from a Clinical Standpoint; Posterior-Pituitary Hormone and Prasympathetic Apparatus; The Basophil Adenomas of the Pituitary Body and Their Clinical Manifestations (Pituitary Basophilism); Peptic Ulcer and the Interbrain. Illustrated in black and white, mainly from photographs, plus two color plates. Green cloth with gilt spine lettering, 234 pages plus colophon, blue printed dustjacket. The book has some light speckling, minor edge rubbing, good hinges, sound text block with a slight lean to the binding when laid flat, name at top of front free endpaper, pages clean and unmarked. The mylar protected dustjacket has a chip to the spine head which does not affect the title, a couple of short closed edge tears, little paper loss.

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        Théorie Des Opérations (Operations) Linéaires (Lineaires). Monografje Matematyczne Tom I

      Warszawa. Warszawa: Z Subwencji Funduszu Kultury Narodowej. Very Good. 1932. First Edition. Paperback. Original blue wrappers are sunned at extremities and spine, dented and creased along the edges where the wrappers overlap the text block. The contents are excellent: former owner name on dedication page, pages very slightly yellowed, no other defects. Binding is tight, pages are clean and unmarked. . Stefan Banach is considered one of the greatest mathematicians of the 20th century, and his name is attached to several mathematical concepts, including Banach algebra, Banach manifold, Banach spaces, Banach bundle, Banach limit, Banach's matchbox problem, and Banach measure, among others. This book is his greatest achievement, as it established the foundation for complete normed vector space and contributed significantly to the development of functional analysis. A handsome copy of a classic work. First edition, in original wraps. Text is in French. . Monografje Matematyczne Series. Small 4to 9" - 11" tall. 254 pages. I1 .

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      Leighton High School Leighton, PA 1932. Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket; Two Yearbooks From Leighton High School, Leighton, Pennsylvania, 1931 and 1932. Franz Kilne was a student there and was Artist for the Yearbok in his Junoir Year. Most of the cartoons and decorations were done by him. His Signature appears in both books. Franz Kline was part of abstract expressionist movement in New York City in the 1940's and 50's. Both Books are in good condition. The 1931 Yearbook has a weak and loose spine. The 1932 Yearbook has a weak spine. Both have some edgewear.; B Illustrations

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        The Singing Caravan A Sufi Tale (Gregynog Special)

      Newtown, Montgomeryshire, Wales: The Gregynog Press, 1932 One of the 25 specially bound copies by George Fisher at the Gregynog Press after a design by William McCance. Bound in deep orange oasis, polished. Upper cover has a fore-edge flap. All-over intricate pattern of gilt lines which intersect and incorporate on each cover 4 areas onlaid in black oasis and outlined in gilt. The upper cover includes the author and title in gilt and the lower cover the imprint. Bands of 5 gilt lines of varying thickness at head and tail are carried across the spine and continue to the flap. Gilt spine titling combined with vertical and diagonal lines. Gold silk headbands. Turn-ins tooled with 5 rule fillet to intersect at the outer corners. Signed in gilt on turn-in of lower cover. Wood engraved frontispiece, decorations and initials by MacCance, a few very lightly offsett, boards slightly bowed, a little rubbed, especially to joints and spine ends, short splits to lower joints of flap. [2], [i-iv], v, [vi], vii, [viii-x], 1-6, [7-8], 9-42, [143-156], bookblock 27.7*17.4 cm. Binding 28.2*18.7* 2.9 cm. Lacks a slipcase. (Harrop 22. deZilverdistel 22. Jones 22. Ransom22) A stunning binding, probably one of the best produced. William McCance was a Scottish artist, and was second Controller of the Gregynog Press in Powys, mid-Wales, and was married to the lustrator/engraver, Agnes Miller Parker. See Wiki.Vansittart, Robert Gilbert, Baron Vansittart, diplomatist who whilst in Paris he wrote a play in French, Les parias, that ran for six weeks at the Théâtre Molière, a singular feat for a young unpaid attaché, and one that augmented his reputation for brilliance. It marked the beginning of a parallel calling as a dramatist, poet, and novelist. Vansittart's most celebrated piece, The Singing Caravan (1933), which read as a kind of Canterbury Tales set in Persia, ran into several editions and was much admired by his distant kinsman T. E. Lawrence. See ODNB.

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        Landvolk in Not. Wer hilft? Adolf Hitler!

      Wilh. Murr Stuttgart: Wilh. Murr, (1932). Softcover. 8vo. Original b/w illustrated wraps. 20pp. (including wrappers). Drawing on front cover shows a farmer and his wife in despair as a figure, representing death, looms over their farm in the background. Landvolk in Not. Wer hilft? Adolf Hitler! translates to: Farmers in despair. Who can help? Adolf Hitler! Scarce National Socialist pamphlet for the 1932 German Landtagswahlen (state parliament elections), which were held on April 24, 1932 in Württemberg, Prussia and Bavaria. This pamphlet was published for the voters in Württemberg. The Nazis won the majority of seats. The election took place two weeks after the second Reichspräsidentenwahl in which Paul von Hindenburg won 49,6% of the votes ahead of Hitler (30%). Pamphlet appeals to German farmers that the only way out of the depression and economic crisis is Adolf Hitler. Text in German, gothic script. Age wear, sunning and some creasing on wraps. Vertical crease on pamphlet affecting pages throughout. Lower part of rear wrapper near spine slightly chipped. Overall fair to good condition. Scarce. Contents: Frage 1 und 2: Agrarvorläge der Regierung Brüning-Schiele Frage 3: Interpellationen (Regierungsanfragen). 1) Abkehr von Zoll- und Handelspolitik 2) Zölle für Gartenbauerzeugnisse 3) Einfuhrverbot für gebleichtes Weizenmehl 4) Weizenkleiezoll 5) Zollschutz für Holz 6) Einfuhrverbot amerikanischer Aepfel 7) Kohlehyrathaltige Futtermittel 8) Auslandsfuttergerste 9) Ausländischer Hopfen 10) Auslandsmehl 11) Verbilligung deutschen Frischfleisches Frage 4 und 5: Sonstige Anträge: a) Beseitigung der Zins- und Kreditknechtschaft b) Dünger- und Erntefinanzierungskredite c) Gartenbaukredite Frage 6: Steuersenkungen Frage 7: Hebung des Absatzes: c) Lieferungsgeschäfte d) Eierhandel e) Roggenbrotverbrauch f-h) Inlandsgetreide Frage 8: Entlastung der Ausgabenseite: a) Düngemittelpreise c(?, no b) Frachtermäßigung Frage 9: Hilfe für besonders notleidende Landwirtschaft Frage 10: Schicksal aller Anträge Frage 11 und 12: Auszug der nat.-soz. Abg. aus dem Reichstag Frage 13: Gefrierfleisch, Butterzoll Frage 14 und 15: Stellung der Nationalsozialisten zum Eigentum, Punkt 17 Frage 16: Nationalsozialismus und Marxismus Frage 17: Sozialversicherung und Arbeitslosenunterstützung Frage 18: Gewerkschaften und Tarife Frage 19 bis 21: Nationalsozialismus und Kommunismus Frage 22: Stellung der Nationalsozialisten zu Pensionen und Gehältern Frage 23: Bauernbund und Ministergehälter Frage 24: Nationalsozialisten und eigene Gehälter Frage 25: Stellung der NSDAP zu anderen Parteien Frage 27 bis 31 (no 26 listed): Arbeit des Bauernbundes in Württemberg Frage 32: Warum Arbeiterpartei?

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        Babaouo [Inscribed by Dali]

      Paris: Editions des Cahiers Libres, 1932. Paperback. Very Good. First Edition. Number 420 of 600 numbered copies on velin Outheninchalandre, from total edition of 623. 58, [4]pp. Publisher's printed apple green wraps with onionskin jacket. Wrappers just lightly worn, but otherwise a near fine copy of this fragile production. This copy signed and inscribed on the half title by Dali to Gaston Bergeri [sic] [Bergery], French ambassador to Russia. "Babaouo" inscludes " A Shortened Critical History of Cinema" ["Abrege d'une Histoire Critique du Cinema"] and "William Tell, Portugese Ballet" [Guillaume Tell Ballet Portugais"]. Portions of of "Babaouo" and all of "Guillaume Tell" were included in Julien Levy's 1936 anthology "Surrealism".

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      White Horse Press Cleveland: White Horse Press, 1932. First Edition. Hardcover. Mild soiling to the covers. About Fine copy, lacking the scarce dustwrapper. Cloth-backed boards. Dahlberg's second book, one of only 95 copies printed. This copy is from the more uncommon issue with the tipped-in illustrations and SIGNED by the author on the colophon page which states the copies numbered 1 through 10 were signed. This copy is numbered 11. In addition on the front endpaper, Dahlberg has INSCRIBED the book to his wife: "Again for my beloved Rlene--/my diabolical seraph--/Your most adoring Edward/Donegal Ireland/March 29.'64.

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      New York: Random House, 1932. Cloth First Edition Fine in Fine DJ A Fine, pristine Signed Limited Edition copy in a Fine DJ. A few minor chips to DJ spine, otherwise fine. This being #465 of 950 copies, numbered and signed on the colophon by Rockwell Kent with his thumb print. Folio (10.5 x 13.5 inches) Grey linen with white stamping and lettering to front board and spine. 146 pp. Illustrated with eight full page lithographs by Rockwell Kent (printed by George Miller). The book was set by hand in hammer uncial, designed and made in the City of New York, at the shop of Pynson Printers. Lettering printed in black and red numerous initial letters in red and blue. A fabulous illustrated edition of the classic Norse Poem. (Rockwellkentiana 63).

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        The Birds Of Minnesota. 2 Volumes.

      Minneapolis, 1932. . Illustrated by Allan Brooks, George Miksch Sutton, Walter Alois Weber, Francis Lee Jaques, Walter John Breckenridge and Louis Agassiz Fuertes. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1932. 1st edition. One of 300 numbered Delux edition sets, signed by the author. Quarter tan calf and cloth boards with gilt ornamented spines, t.e.g. Pictoria l endpapers. xxii, [1], 691, [1] pp., color frontispiece and 49 color plates; xv, [1], 792, [1] pp., color frontispiece and 39 color plates. Numerous textual photographs, figures and maps. Internally clean and bright, both volumes are worn at the heads and heels of the spines, with a few small chips in the leather in the head of vol. 2. A very good copy of this Minnesota classic. Hard Cover. Book condition: Very Good condition

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        L'avenir d'une illusion.

      196 Seiten. Übersetzt von Marie Bonaparte. Originalbroschur (Bibliotheque psychanalytique). Erste französische Ausgabe. Widmungsexemplar von Bonaparte an einen Marquis.

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        Olympische Tage in Los Angeles

      Emil Wernitz Berlin: Emil Wernitz, 1932. Softcover. vg. 4to. 80pp. Original color illustrated wraps, protected by modern mylar. Printed dedication of a handwriting facsimile by Carl Diem (1882-1962). Diem was the leader of the German Olympic Team in Los Angeles. Four years later he became the chief organizer of the 1936 Olympic Summer Games in Berlin. Fascinating day by day account of the 1932 Los Angeles Summer Olympics by Arthur E. Grix. Illustrated with b/w reproductions of photographs. Includes 3 pages in rear on the 1932 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid. Minor creasing and staining on wraps. Some closed tears on spine, firmly holding. Head of spine slightly chipped. Text in German. Wraps in good, interior in very good to near fine condition.

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        The Pastures of Heaven

      Brewer Warren & Putnam New York: Brewer, Warren & Putnam. 1932. First. First edition. Probably a former private lending library copy with label on rear pastedown, and paper remnant of front pastedown, else very good lacking the dustwrapper. .

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        Bol'shoi chi'tatel (Great reader).

      Moscow 1932. 134 pp. Orig wrappers, cover design by Boris Titov.. Collection of poetry

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        Ombres portées. Ornées de cinq gravures au burin de Stanley Willliam Hayter.

      16,5x25,5, cm. 60 p. Reliure demi maroquin rouge à coins, titre et tranche dorés. Couvertures et dos cons. Black-Morhead 62-66. - Un des 50 exemplairs sur Hollande van Gelder signés par Hugnet et Hayter. - Bel ex.. [5 Warenabbildungen bei]

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        The History of the Texas League of Professional Baseball Clubs

      The Texas Baseball League (Dallas): The Texas Baseball League. 1932. First. First edition, (followed by a heavily revised 1951 edition), hardcover issue (simultaneous with a wrappered issue). Red cloth titled in black. 240pp. Owner's name on the front pastedown, corners a little bumped, a nice, very good copy. All copies of the first edition are scarce, the hardcover issue especially so. .

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        Greek Memories

      Cassell London: Cassell. [1932]. The uncorrected proof copy of this memoir of the author's time in Greece during World War I, during which time he worked for the British intelligence service MI6, eventually becoming the head of the Aegean Intelligence Service. The memoir was suppressed upon publication as a violation of the Official Secrets Act, and Mackenzie was fined. In the book he revealed for the first time the existence of the SIS (Secret Intelligence Service) and was highly critical of particular individuals. As a result, he was later placed on MI5's watch list, and his activities were monitored by the British domestic intelligence service. The book was republished in 1939 without fanfare. Spine slant; initials to rear cover; staining and bookstore (?) label to front cover; good in wrappers. Few copies of the 1932 edition survived; proof copies are especially uncommon. . First Edition. Softcover.

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        Sent på jorden.

      Stockholm, Bröderna Lagerström, 1932. (69) s. Häftad och oskuren. Ryggen obetydligt gultonad, liksom en liten del av omslaget. Omslaget något nött och med små repor. Dedikation: "Med tillgivna hälsningar från författaren B. G. Ekelöf." Några mycket diskreta blyertsmarkeringar. Bra skick.. Ekner 3201. Debuten, utgiven på Spektrums förlag. Med en frontespis av Otto G. Carlsund. Nummer XXII av 50 exemplar numrerade I-L. Dessutom numrerades 250 exemplar 1-250 och 300 exemplar gavs beteckningen "andra upplagan"

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        Ten Poems

      London: The Caduceus Press,, 1932. Octavo. Original brown wrappers printed in black. Housed in a brown quarter morocco solander case and chemise. Wrappers professionally restored to the spine and verso and backed with tissue, contents lightly toned. A very good copy. First edition, first impression of this extremely rare pamphlet, the earliest obtainable Durrell publication, his second work after Quaint Fragment (of which only six copies are known to exist). Inscribed by the author on the title page, "For the desk, or waste-paper basket of Mr. Walter de la Mare". Due to the quality of paper used for the wrappers they almost always chip and crack. Despite splits to this copy that have been professionally repaired, it is in the best condition we have seen, with no paper loss.

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        The International Style: Architecture Since 1922

      New York: W.W. Norton, 1932.. First edition of this seminal work. Octavo, original cloth with the dust jacket. Inscribed by Johnson, "For Jim with thanks for his help Philip Johnson". In near fine condition in the very rare dust jacket with light chipping. This is the first jacketed copy that we have encountered. Housed in a custom quarter morocco clamshell box.

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        Doom of Youth

      Chatto and Windus 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. .

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        Wundergarten der Natur. Neue Bilddokumente schöner Pflanzenformen.

      Berlin 1932. With 120 b/w plates. 4to. XIII pp. + plates. Publisher's green cloth with title stamped in gilt on frontcover and spine. Bindings a little grubby. Name on flyleaf

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        Arabia Felix: Across the "Empty Quarter" of Arabia. With a Foreword by Colonel T.E. Lawrence (T.E.S.) and an Appendix by Sir Arthur Keith...

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932.. First American edition, 8vo, (xxix), (3), 397, (1) pp. 81 black and white illustrations plus 2 maps in the text and a coloured folding map at the end. Inscribed on the fly leaf from the author "To Daisy Thomas, who charmed the author when he passed through Richmond...". Original gilt titled cloth, spine a little faded with a subtle repair to top. The first crossing by a European of the Empty Quarter. "I will not say how much I like this book, lest the publisher dig out the odd sentence for his blurb... [Thomas] is a master of every desert art. Here once more is the compleat Arabian traveller enshrined. Not twice but twenty times his tiniest touches set me remembering that wide land which I liked so much..." (from Lawrence's Foreword). O'Brien A155.

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        Wasmuths Lexikon der Baukunst (4 Bde.).

      4°, ca. 750 S., unzähl., vereinzelt auch farb. Abb, OHLdr. goldgeprägt, Etwas berieben, Vorsätze min. stockig, Kopf eines Bds. min eingerissen, sonstgutes Exemplar. Ein wichtiges umfassendes Standardwerk, das auch noch heute seine Gültigkeit hat. Die Bände A - Z. Der Registerband erschien erst 1937.

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        Kentucky Blue Grass Henry Smith

      White Horse Press Cleveland: White Horse Press, 1932. First edition. One of 95 copies. Dahlberg's scarce second book, complete with tipped-in plates after drawings by Augustus Peck and numbered. According to Billings, not all copies were issued with plates, and not all copies were numbered. A fine copy in cloth-backed orange boards, and with d/w which is slightly soiled, and has one small chip to spine head.

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        The Giant Swing (First Edition)

      Harper and Brothers New York: Harper and Brothers, 1932. First Edition. First Edition. Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. An attractive copy of this uncommon Burnett title, basis for the 1941 film, "Dance Hall," with Cesar Romero and Carole Landis.

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        The Common Reader Second Series

      London: The Hogarth Press, 1932. 270 pages; no other printing indicated on copyright page; collection of essays, some of which are first published here and others which had appeared in newspapers & other periodicals; Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) English novelist & essayist, an important modernist literary figure of the twentieth century; green cloth binding, gilt spine titles; a little soiling & dustiness, edge, tips wear to cloth; foxing to first leaves; in very good condition. On the front endpaper is the inscription, "For Uncle Trevor Xmas 1932 from Mervyn" we have corresponded with Sebastian Peake and in turn with his brother on the attribution of this inscription to his father, the noted late author Mervyn Peake of Gormenghast Trilogy fame (Mervyn Laurence Peake (1911-1968) English modernist writer, artist, poet and illustrator)-the gist of our exchange has been that this may very well be Mr. Peake's inscription, the handwriting is very similar and that there were many relations of the old family and it is also significant that Mervyn Peake and his wife owned other Virginia Woolf titles. We gratefully acknowledge with thanks the help of the Peake family on researching this interesting (and unusual) inscription, written when Peake would have been about 21 years of age and are happy to provide copies of this correspondence to prospective owners of the book.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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      Los Angeles: Paramount Studio June 1932. [Los Angeles: Paramount Studio], June 1932.. [3],57,[1],65 leaves. Quarto. Mimeographed typescript, printed on rectos only. Stapled in stencil printed wrappers. Some edge discolorations and creasing to wrappers, upper wrapper partly detached from staples, prefatory leaf shows some light stains, a few corners creased, faint tide- mark early and late, but a good copy. A privileged script of Cohan's new play, prepared "To be discussed at the Production Staff Meeting Tuesday, June 21, 1932." A prefatory leaf introduces the play and gives context to the present script: the 1932 film, THE PHANTOM PRESIDENT, with Cohan in the lead, was then in production and Paramount was investigating the possibility of optioning this play, "which Mr. Cohan has been doing in tryouts on the road and which he intends to produce in New York in the fall." Unfortunately, the play did not enjoy much success on the road or in New York, the film never came to fruition, and OCLC/Worldcat records no separate publication of the play under this title.

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        Light in August

      New York: Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, 1932. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine-. 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.

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        Théorie des Opérations Linéaires.Warsaw: Zu Subwencji Funduszu Kultury Narodowej, 1932. First edition.

      The copy of Andrew M. Gleason ... "With the appearance in 1932 of [von Neumann's] 'Mathematische Grundlagen der Quantenmechanik' and Banach's 'Théorie des opérations linéaires', functional analysis was established as one of the most important fields of modern analysis, as an independent mathematical discipline." (Grattan-Guiness: Companion Encyclopedia of the History and Philosophy of the Mathematical Sciences, p.384). "From 1922 on, Banach introduced through his papers the concept of normed linear spaces and investigated them (and metric linear spaces), particularly regarding the assumption of completeness (complete normed linear spaces are now generally known as Banach spaces). The concept was introduced at almost the same time by Norbert Wiener (who about a quarter of a century later founded cybernetics), but he did not develop the theory, perhaps because he did not see its possible application. Banach proved three fundamental theorems of the theory of normed linear spaces: the theorem on the extension of continuous linear functionals, now called Hahn-Banach theorem (they proved it independently, and Hahn actually did so first); the theorem on bounded families of mappings, now called the Banach-Steinhaus theorem; and the theorem on continuous linear spaces. He also introduced and examined the concept of weak convergence and weak closure, and gave a series of applications of the general theorems on normed linear spaces. ... The theory of these spaces is an indispensable tool and the basis of contemporary theory of more general linear spaces; it also provided the stimulus and the staring point for other branches of functional analysis." (DSB: I, p.428). The Honeyman Collection, Part I, lot 194.. Published as the first volume of the series 'Monografje Matematcyzne Seminar Mat. Uivw. Warsz I, Warsaw, druk M. Garasinski'. 8vo: 252 x 156 mm. Original printed wrappers; corners a little bumped, and spine slightly sunned. In all a very good copy. VII,(1),254, (2:adverts) pp

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        (Ab Jahrgang 2:) Internationale Literatur. (Hrsg.:) Zentralorgan der Internationalen Vereinigung revolutionaerer Schriftsteller. Jahrgang 1 - 2 (Jg 2 ohne Heft 2) nebst Sonderheft: Zweite Internationale Konferenz der revolutionären Schriftsteller. Zus. 10 (statt 11) Hefte in 9.

      Gr.-8° Mit Illustrationen im Text u. auf Tafeln, 1 Farbtafel. OKart. Erster u. zweiter Jahrgang der proletarischen Zeitschrift, die so bis 1945 in 15 Jahrgängen erschien. Chefredakteur war Bruno Jasiensky. Gestaltung von Nikolai Sedelnikow (Jg 1) u. Alexander Rodtschenko (Jg 2). Mit Beiträgen von Matsujama, Aragon, E. Arnoldi, Leopold Awerbach, Kisch, L. Owalow, Erich Weinert, Friedrich Wolff, Johannes R. Becher, Bela Illés, Ludwig Renn, Plechanow, Seki Sano, Giovanni Germanetto, Georg Lukacs u.a. - Umschläge leicht bestoßen, ein Heft mit schmalem Feuchtigkeitsrand im Kopfsteg, ein Heft mit durchgehenden Feuchtigkeitsspuren.

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