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        The Man Who Shook the Earth

      UK: Hutchinson, 1933. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. The Man Who Shook the Earth by Sydney Horler First Edition Hutchinson 1933. No inscriptions, no foxing or browning. A near fine copy in like dust jacket, priced at 7/6.

      [Bookseller: Brought to Book Ltd]
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        Photographic Archive of Civilian Conservation Corps Camps in California and the Mountain West

      ca. 1933-1936. A charming assemblage of images of Civilian Conservation Corps camp life, catalogued as received, all apparently documenting the career of one CCC youth, identified only as "Jack," from ca. 1933 to 1936. Locales identified in the photographs include Zion National Park; Hornbrook, California; and several identified simply as "Oregon." In addition to portraits of the aforementioned "Jack," subjects include other camp residents and officers, views of camp buildings and camp activities, and scenic views (though nearly every photograph has a human subject). Nearly all are candid, unposed snapshots, many portraying camp residents engaged in work or leisure activities - building bridges, felling trees, playing music, boxing or just showing off their bodies - in all providing a wonderfully disarming glimpse of daily life among the civilian conscripts of the Great Depression. Archive of 50 original black and white photographic prints, most 3" x 4-1/2" (ca 7cm x 11.5cm), some slightly larger or smaller; three printed on post-card stock (3-1/2" x 5-1/2"). Image condition generally Very Good or better; light bumps to corners, several with corners clipped (not affecting image areas); eight images captioned or inscribed in ink on verso in the same unidentified hand. Captioned images mostly dated 1933, three later (1934 & 1936).

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        The Keeper of the Doves

      Seven Acres Press, Long Crendon 1933 - "A tale of Notley Abbey written and decorated with designs from tiles of its ancient pavement by Loyd Haberly." Numbered 98 of 100, inscribed and signed by Haberly (signature dated '42); owner note about the book being a gift from the author, in ink on the colophon page. Red leather with gilt; spine gilt title "Notley." Bookplate and stamp; a couple of tiny blemishes on leather, generally very good plus. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Clotilde et Alexandre Sakharoff. Die Umschlagszeichnung und die 5 Vignetten stammen von Nathalie Gontcharova.

      Lausanne, Éditions Centrales, 1933 - 27,6 x 21 cm. 80 Seiten Text, 30 montierte schwarz-weiss Abbildungen auf 25 Tafeln, eine mehrfarbige Tafel, Empfindliche Original-Broschur (Rücken mit Abpaltzungen); in neuem Schuber. Mit der handschriftlichen Widmung >à Berthe Penney très admiratirement et avec toute la sympathie de Clotilde Sakharoff. Alexandre Sakharoff<. Bolliger 3, 16. - Dies ist die Nummer 2 von 1000 mit der Maschine nummerierten Exemplaren der Ausgabe "sur papier pur chiffon, numérotés de 1 à 1000". [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Fuhrer zum Reichsparteitag der Nationalsozialistichen Deutschen Arbeirterpartei in Nurnberg vom 1. -3. September 1933 (Guide to the National Socialists German Workers' Party in Nuremberg from 1 -3. September 1933

      Munchen: Centralparteiverlag, 1933. 1st edition. VG, soiling to covers, interior tight. 96 p., photos, ads, stapled paperback, SCARCE official program for the 1933 Nuremberg Rallies, TEXT IN GERMAN;

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        Waters Flowing Eastward

      Paris: Éditions R.I.S.S. 8, Avenue Portalis, 1933. Second edition, revised and enlarged. Illustrated with b/w photos and facsimiles. 277, [3] pp. 8vo. Brown printed wrappers. Light edgewear to covers, near fine. Second edition, revised and enlarged. Illustrated with b/w photos and facsimiles. 277, [3] pp. 8vo. The second edition of this notorious work of anti-Semitism, first published in 1931 and based largely on the Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

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        Fabulous New Orleans Original Pencil Drawing by Suydam,E. H.

      First Edition/Seventh Printing of February 1933Measures 12 3/4 x 16 3/4 inches. Signed and titled "E. H. Suydam, New Orleans". The elaborate drawing is of downtown New Orleans and was possibly used as an illustration for Lyle Saxon's Fabulous New Orleans published in 1930. Very good+ condition._______________________________________________Shipping costs are based on books weighing 2.2 LB, or 1 KG. If your book order is heavy or oversized, we may contact you to let you know extra shipping is required.We ship International with Tracking Number! Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!

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        CAMPAIGN SPEECHES OF 1932 by President Hoover [and] Ex-President Coolidge

      Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., Garden City 1933 - Octavo, pp. [i-iv] v-vi [1-2] 3-329 [330: blank], original blue cloth, front cover stamped in blind, spine panel stamped in gold, top edge stained blue, other edges rough trimmed. First edition. Boldly signed by Hoover on the front free endpaper. There is a single speech by Coolidge, the remainder are by Hoover. Hoover, a Republican, was defeated in the 1932 presidential election by FDR. Among Hoover's books, this one is somewhat uncommon. Faint spot on front cover, gold lettering on spine panel very dull, but lettering is readable, a very good, presentable copy with tight and clean interior. (#144006) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Weltkrieg 1914/18 - Band I - IV,

      1933 - I: Der Weltkrieg. II: Der Luftkrieg. III: Der Seekrieg. IV: Der Krieg in den Kolonien. Mettmann, Selbstverlag, 1933/39, Gebundene Ausgabe, Kartoniert, 53 + 56 + 53 + 52 Bilder, Kö 20905, Einbände teils stockfleckig, bei Band III Rücken stärker stockfleckig, Einband Band I mit kleiner reparierter Fehlstelle, Zustand 2- (Q563A) (Q563A) Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 700 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ehbrecht - Preise inkl. MwSt]
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        The Games of the Xth Olympiad - Los Angeles 1932. Official Report

      Los Angeles: Xth Olympiade Committee of the Games of Los Angeles, USA, 1932, 1933. Profusely illustrated from photographs in color and black and white. 814, [1] pp. 1 vols. Thick 4to. In publisher's binding of full orange cloth, with frieze on upper cover at bottom and top stamped in black. Small repairs at head and foot of spine, else almost fine. Tipped in presentation card; bookplate of James Copley. Profusely illustrated from photographs in color and black and white. 814, [1] pp. 1 vols. Thick 4to. The Olympics of the Great Depression. Sumptuously produced official report of the 1932 Olympic games. Held in the midst of a world-wide depression, many nations and athletes couldn't pay for the trip to Los Angeles, and as a result, in 1932 there were fewer than half the number of participating nations than in the 1928 games. Among the Olympic high spots were the gold medals of Afro-American sprinter Eddie Tolan in the 100 and 200 meter dashes; the legendary Babe Didrikson, who won gold medals in javelin and hurdles (with a silver in the high jump); and the mysterious Stanislawa Walasiewicz (later Stella Walsh) of Poland, who won the women's 100 meter dash, was later inducted into the U.S. Track and Field Hall of Fame in 1975, and who was later discovered to be (mostly) male. She, along with the host of other participants, is pictured frequently in this remarkable and beautifully photographed record of one of the more unusual Olympics of modern times.

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        Deutsche Sankt Georg Sportzeitung. Offizielles Organ des Reichsverbandes für Zucht und Prüfung deutschen Warmbluts, dem Reichsnährstand angegliedert. - Nr.24 (Erstes Januarheft 1933) - Nr.23 (1. Dezemberheft 1939) * 29 vollständige Hefte des 33. / 34. Jahrgangs

      Berlin, Verlag Sankt Georg Erna Marschall, 1933 - Vollständige Ausgabe in solidem Bibliothekseinband der Zeit (grünes Halbkalliko / Festeinband im Format 26,5 x 34 cm) mit dekoriertem Rückentitel in Goldprägung. Enthalten insgesamt 30 Hefte, jeweils samt beiden Umschlagseiten, diese mit fotoillustriertem / farbig illustriertem Deckeltitel und graphisch anspruchvoll gestalteter, oftmals farbiger und ganzseitiger Firmenwerbung auf der hinteren Umschlagaußenseite, Hauptschriftleiter: Werner von Hackewitz / Berlin-Steglitz. Heft Nr. 25 (Erstes Januarheft 1939) - Heft Nr.24 (Zweites Dezemberheft 1939), je Heft 27 - 40 Seiten, Schrift: Antiqua, mit sehr vielen Fotoabbildungen auf Kunstdruckpapier und großem, z.T. bebilderten Kleinanzeigenteil (z.B.: "Geb. auto od. Motorrad f. SS.-Sturm billig z. kauf. ges., Chemnitz"). - Aus dem Inhalt: Jagdreiten in England - Ostpreußen Brief (Turnier des Turnierverbandes in Königsberg / Turnier in Osterode / Ostpreußisches Heeres-Jagdrennen / Turnier in Allenstein / Das Insterburger Turnier / Ostpreußische Turnierwoche Insterburg-Trakehnen, mehrseitiger Bildbericht) - Bild-Nachruf auf Gustav Stensbeck - Damenrennen im Jahre 1932 - wo man in Berlin reitet - Aus der Gesellschaft - Das Gebrauchspferd. Vortrag, gehalten von Rittmeister Vogt, Reitlehrer an der Kavallerieschule Hannover - Streifenritt der Schutzpolizei in Berlin und Potsdam - Hengst-Parade für Hessen-Nassau im Landgestüt Dillenburg - Das Fahren mit der Achenbachleine in den ländlichen Reit-und Fahrvereinen - Geschmack und Form von Wagenbau und Fahrgeschirren in alter und neuer Zeit - Herbst-Reitjagd der Garnison München 1932 - ganzseitige Werbeanzeige "Ludwig Conradi-Barmen, Architekt BDA: Neue Wohnungskunst im Eigenhause" - Die deutsche Automobil und Motorradausstellung 1933, mit Abbildung "Zeppelin der Maybachwerke, viersitziges Sportkabriolet 200 PS, 12 Zyl.)" - Das große Berliner Turnier Januar/Februar 1933, die gewaltigste und ausdrucksvollste Veranstaltung seit Bestehen des deutschen Turniersports, mit Fotoabbildungen "Generalfeldmarschall von Hindenburg beim 1. Bataillon Garde / Der frühere Kronprinz im Gespräch mit den Stahlhelmführern Reichsminister Seldte und Oberstleutnant Duesterberg" - Aus der Gesellschaft, mit Fotoabbildungen "Doppelhochzeit im Hause Wenzel auf Schloss Teutschenthal, Bezirk Halle a.S. / Major im Reichswehrministerium Fellgiebel mit seinem achtjährigen Töchterchen Susanne / Vermählungsfeier des Herrn Guido von Kessel, Leutnant im 7. (Preuß.) Reiter-Regiment, mit Fr. Christa von Eichborn. Neben dem Bräutigam sitzt die Frau Kronprinzessin (Foto: P. Weich, Breslau)" - Turnier im Tattersall Beermann - Die Heimstätten unserer Leistungspferde. Ehrenmal der deutschen Privatzüchter - Das neue Deutschland. Reichskanzler Adolf Hitler bei seiner Rede vor dem Reichspräsident in der Potsdamer Garnisonskirche - Das Hakenkreuz, ganzseitige Beitrag von Walter Gaedke (Major im 14. Ulanen-Regiment und Mitglied der Gesellschaft für pommersche Geschichte und Altertumskunde) - der große Fackelzug am Abend des 21. März unter dem Brandenburger Tor in Berlin. Gewaltige Kundgebungen am Tag der deutschen nationalen Erhebung (ganzseitige Abbildung) - die Entwicklung der Kavallerie und die Anwendung der Reitkunst - Der alte Stil, über Hindernisse zu reiten (Fotos. Ed. Zinsel/Darmstadt) - Foto: "Ein hannoversches Pferd als Geburtstagsgeschenk für Reichskanzler Adolf Hitler", mit Bildunterschrift: "Die Angehörigen des Kreises Verden-Aller (Gau Hannover) der Nationalsozialistischen Partei haben dem Reichskanzler den vierjährigen hannoverschen Wallach Armin zum Geschenk gemacht. Der Reichskanzler das Pferd eingehend besichtigt und den Reitern, die es aus Verden überbrachten, seine Freude und sein Dank ausgesprochen" - Ein Reiterleben. Graf E. Holck, gefallen im Luftkampf am 30. April 1916 über Verdun, mit Foto"Graf Holck mit seiner jungen Löwin" - sehr gutes Exemplar, weitere Beschreibung s.Nr. 24695 und 24696 ! Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        67 Original-Gelatinesilberabzüge zum Film S.O.S. Eisberg.

      Ca. 1932-1933. - Format, je ca. 23,5x17 cm. Außergewöhnlich umfangreiche, photographische Dokumentation der Dreharbeiten zum deutschen Spielfilm S.O.S. Eisberg von Arnold Fanck aus den Jahren 1932/1933. Mit Aufnahmen der Crew, der Landschaft (mit tollen Aufnahmen des grönländischen Eismeeres!) und der technischen Ausstattung, also keine abphotographierten Filmszenen! Der Film, eine deutsch-US-amerikanische Koproduktion, war eine Mischung aus Bergfilmdrama und Katastrophenfilm und wurde von 1932 bis 1933 gedreht und kurz nach der Machtergreifung der Nazis uraufgeführt. Neben Gustav Diessl, Sepp Rist und Gibson Gowland wirkten auch Leni Riefenstahl und Ernst Udet, in seiner Paraderolle als tollkühner Flieger, mit. Die Handlung geht um den während einer Grönland-Expedition verschollen gegangenen Professor Lorenz, der durch den Flieger Ernst Udet und von ihm mobilisierten Eskimos gerettet wird. Fanck drehte den Film mit seinem Kamerateam um Richard Angst und Hans Schneeberger. Die US-amerikanische Fassung SOS Iceberg wurde am 22. September 1933 in New York uraufgeführt. Rückseitig mit dem Pressestempel der Film-Produktion versehen: Aus dem Weltfilm der Universal, der Paul Kohner Produktion "S.O.S. Eisberg". Foto: Vogel-Sandau. Einige wenige Dubletten. Alle Photos ein nach innen gebogen, vereinzelt schwache Randläsuren, sonst eine gut erhaltene Sammlung. Von den 67 Abzügen liegen 16 als Dubletten vor.

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        PROHIBITION AND POLITICAL PERSUASION IN MISSOURI

      1933 - A small archive of 25 postcards sent in 1933 to Missouri State Senator Carl J. Henry, urging him to support the "local option" on the issue of prohibition of alcohol. Also included is a political postcard, urging a vote for Henry as state representative on the Democratic ticket. The 3 1/4 by 5 1/2 inch postcards are uniformly printed with unique handwritten and typed messages from constituents in Clinton, Missouri. All are dated December 4, 1933, the eve of the repeal of the 18th Amendment. "As one of your constituents living in a county that voted 'dry' by a strong majority, I humbly request that you give such counties the justice that rightfully belongs to them," one Mrs. Brownell wrote. In 1887, Missouri's legislature adopted a local option law and within 19 months, 61 of the state's 114 counties voted dry. Another 35 voted dry in the years that followed. Despite the adoption of the 21st Amendment, Missouri law still allowed the local option. However, the state soon thereafter adopted liquor control laws that superseded local law. Today, Missouri has no dry jurisdictions and it has become known as one of the least restrictive states when it comes to alcohol regulation. Some light toning to the postcards; else very good or better.

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        42nd Street

      New York: Grosset & Dunlap. Very Good. [1933] (c.1932). PhotoPlay Edition. Hardcover. NOISBN . (no dust jacket) [ex-rental library book but minimally marked as such (a couple of faint stamps of "Butler Block Pharmacy, Lansing, Mich." on front pastedown and verso of ffep, plus a couple of handwritten numbers); a solid book, moderately worn and lightly bumped at several corners, spine cloth faded (author/title in red, still readable), spine slightly turned]. (B&W photographic endpapers) Photoplay Edition (tie-in) for the 1933 Warner Bros. film adaptation, which in turn was adapted into the hit 1980 Broadway show of the same name. The book is illustrated not in the usual fashion of photoplay editions (with stills bound into the text), but in this case by an array of stills on the endpapers -- a total of twelve different scenes (six in the front of the book and six in the back). Although it might seem at first glance as though the novel and the movie cover pretty much the same narrative trajectory -- the blurb in the front of the book describes it as "the story of a musical show from the time of casting to the opening night" -- in fact the book is a good deal rougher than the film in its depiction of the seamier side of showbiz. Aptly described by online critic Scott Miller as "a wild, outrageous, and very adult, pulp potboiler [with] lots of casual sex, lots of drinking, lots of adultery, lots of lies," it's considerably more realistic and less romanticized than the movie, with its melodramatic excess ("You're going out a youngster, but you've got to come back a star!"), informed as it certainly was by the author's own youthful experiences as a vaudeville and nightclub dancer. (It's also worth noting that in the novel, the stage director Julian Marsh and the juvenile lead Billy Lawler (played in the film by Warner Baxter and Dick Powell, respectively) are lovers -- a relationship that was obviously "unsuitable" for the screen, even though the full force of the Motion Picture Production Code wouldn't be brought to bear on Hollywood filmmakers until over a year after this film's release.) Ropes followed this book, his first, with two similarly-themed novels ("Stage Mother," 1933, and "Go Into Your Dance," 1934), before settling into a career as a Hollywood screenwriter of B-movies, often with a musical angle or element (e.g. SWING IN THE SADDLE, SONG OF ARIZONA, MELODY RANCH, etc.). A very scarce book, in any edition. .

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        The Story About Ping

      Viking Press 1933 - First Printing with all correct first issue points needed to identify it as such. (Flap price, ads /coupon on rear flap + 3-line copyright statement.] Pictorial boards with black cloth spine has light edge wear, else tight, bright and unmarked. Edge worn, unclipped ($1.00) jacket with tears, chips and square hole in spine. Illustrated by Kurt Wiese. "Developmentally significant to American picture books, The Story of Ping was one of the earliest collaborative efforts between a well-known writer and an accomplished illustrator. This important change in the making of picture books took hold, flourished, and came to fruition years later during the Golden Age of children's book publishing" (Silvey, 679). Rear flap states: "The Story about Ping is a rare combination of one artist-author making the pictures for another artist-author&#146;s book." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE CASE OF THE SULKY GIRL

      New York: William Morrow, 1933. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Octavo. A very good copy bound in black cloth with red lettering spine and front cover, top edge stained red. 303 pp. Cover edge wear, mild stain lower edge.

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        PROHIBITION AND POLITICAL PERSUASION IN MISSOURI

      , 1933. 1933. A small archive of 25 postcards sent in 1933 to Missouri State Senator Carl J. Henry, urging him to support the "local option" on the issue of prohibition of alcohol. Also included is a political postcard, urging a vote for Henry as state representative on the Democratic ticket. The 3 1/4 by 5 1/2 inch postcards are uniformly printed with unique handwritten and typed messages from constituents in Clinton, Missouri. All are dated December 4, 1933, the eve of the repeal of the 18th Amendment. "As one of your constituents living in a county that voted 'dry' by a strong majority, I humbly request that you give such counties the justice that rightfully belongs to them," one Mrs. Brownell wrote. In 1887, Missouri's legislature adopted a local option law and within 19 months, 61 of the state's 114 counties voted dry. Another 35 voted dry in the years that followed. Despite the adoption of the 21st Amendment, Missouri law still allowed the local option. However, the state soon thereafter adopted liquor control laws that superseded local law. Today, Missouri has no dry jurisdictions and it has become known as one of the least restrictive states when it comes to alcohol regulation. Some light toning to the postcards; else very good or better.

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        The Tragedy of Russia

      Simon and Schuster 1933 - First printing. Includes letter tracing when and where the author signed the ffep. Jacket: corner wear, tanning to spine and top edge. Book: tanning to page edges and light toning to inner pages. From the William Ripley Collection. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Cowboy Builds a Loop (SIGNED)

      [Phoenix]: Privately Printed, 1933. 1st. Hardcover. First edition, limited to 500 copies (without limitation statement). SIGNED by Megargee inside front board and dated Nov. '49. 4to. 121 [1, blank] pp. 28 wood block plates by Lon Megargee and 28 poems by Roy George. Tan paper covered boards with black wood cut of a cowboy & titling to front cover. Some wear to spine end and lower corners else a near fine copy. "The prints are noteworthy for their strong design, narrative content, and quality. Subjects include Southwest Indians and cowboys, Hispanic men and women, cattle, horses, burros, pioneers, trappers, sheepherders, horse traders, squaw men and ranch polo players. The text, a series of poems written by Roy George, was produced on letterpress and complements the strong images." - Dorothy Sloan Rare Books.

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        Portrait photograph of Richard Barthelmess, "Richard Barthelmess at Malibu"

      New York, 1933. Half-length frontal portrait in camel's hair coat. Gelatin silver print. 1 vols. 23 x 17.5 cm. (8-3/4 x 6 3/4 inches). Artist's stamp at lower center, atelier stamp on verso, with pencilled notations giving the subject of the photograph, the date, and the reference number of the negative/print ("XIV d:19"). Half-length frontal portrait in camel's hair coat. Gelatin silver print. 1 vols. 23 x 17.5 cm. (8-3/4 x 6 3/4 inches). Richard Barthelmess, Born 9 May 1895 in New York, New York, USA, as Richard Semler Barthelmess. Died 17 August 1963 in Southampton, New York, USA, of throat cancer. Married actress Mary Hay 18 June 1920; divorced 1927. Married Jessica Stewart Sargent 1928,together until his death&#11; Richard Barthelmess began in films when Alla Nazimova offered him a role in War Brides (1916). His career was boosted when he worked for D.W. Griffith. In the early 1920s, Barthelmess established his own production company.

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        The Big Cage

      New York: Century Company. (1933). First. First edition. Large octavo. Generously illustrated from photographs. Fine in a very lightly worn, fine dustwrapper. Autobiography of an Ohio runaway who became the world's most famous animal tamer. Filmed in 1933 by director Kurt Neumann with Beatty playing himself, and with a cast that included Anita Page, Andy Devine, and Mickey Rooney in one of his earlier full-length feature roles. A lovely copy. .

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        Matisse Picasso and Gertrude Stein with Two Shorter Stories

      Plain Edition, Paris 1933 - Tan wraps in tan coloured cardboard slipcase. Each with black titles. One of 500 copies only done by Maurice Darantiere for Plain Edition. Minor scuffing and small spot front cover o/w almost fine in slightly darkened slipcase. Size: 12mo [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Arthur Rackham's Fairy Book [SIGNED]

      London: George G. Harrap, 1933. First edition. Hardcover. near fine. Signed by author on colophon. 107/460. Small Quarto. Original glassine with paper flaps over vellum with gilt-stamped ruling and lettering on cover, gilt ruling, lettering and additional illustration on spine, protected in modern mylar; housed in publishers slipcase with printed label on spine. Gilt top edges. Illustrated endpapers. Color frontispiece and illustrated title page. Beautifully illustrated with 8 color plates and 60 b/w drawings by Arthur Rackham. &#11;&#11;"...those old favourites of the nursery that have such a hold on our affections that their incidents, characters, and even phrases have become part of our everyday thought and expression, and help to shape our lives."&#11;&#11;Contents of Arthur Rackham Fairy Book: Hop-O'-My-Thumb; Dick Whittington; Jack and the Beanstalk; Beauty and the Beast; Henny-Penny; The Story of Sindbad the Sailor; Jack the Giant-Killer; The Ugly Duckling; The Princess and the Pea; Blue Beard; The Story of Alladin, or the Wonderful Lamp; The Sleeping Beauty; The Barmecide's Feast; Toads and Diamonds; The Three Bears; Ali Baba; Cinderella; Puss in the Boots; The Emperor's New Clothes; Rip van Winkle; Little Red Riding-Hood; Hansel and Grethel; What the Old Man Does is Always Right.&#11;&#11;Glassine with chips and tears. Uncut foredge and bottom block. Else in near fine condition.

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        Quellenwerk zur Entstehung der Schweizerischen Eidgenossenschaft. Urkunden, Chroniken, Hofrechte, Rödel und Jahrzeitbücher bis zum Beginn des XV. Jahrhunderts. Abt. 1, Bd. 1 bis 3 (komplett) Abt. 2, Bd. 1 bis 4 (komplett!) Abt. 3, Bd. 1 bis 3 (ohne Bd. 4).

      ca. 6000 Seiten Halbleder / Halbleinen Angeboten wird eine fast vollständige Ausgabe des zwischen 1933 und 1975 herausgegebenen Quellenwerkes zur Entstehung der Schweizerischen Eidgenossenschaft. Es fehlt ausschließlich Band 4 der Abteilung 3. Insgesamt 11 Bücher. Noch SEHR GUTER Zustand. Überwiegend dekorative Halblederbände (Abt. 3, Bd. 1 Leinen) mit nur leichten Lager- und Gebrauchsspuren. Bindungen fest, innen äußerst gepflegt.

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        Of Joy And other Devices

      Pear Tree Press, Bognor Regis 1933 - 14 hand printed leaves. Limited Edition number 52 of 100 written out by Helen Hinckley and printed on hand-made paper in mauve, red, green, gold, silver and other colours from intaglio plates engraved by Guthrie. Bookplate of Margaret Abraham pasted inside front board. Spine a trifle rubbed at head and foot. Loosely corded into Japon Vellum boards with a repeat engraving as the title on the front cover. Signed in ink by Guthrie at rear. A lovely copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Great Sermon Handicap

      Hodder and Stoughton, London, [1933] First separate edition, first impression.Small octavo. Original red boards, marbled endpapers, decoration and titles to upper board gilt. With the pictorial dust jacket. Housed in a collector's folding box.Contemporary gift inscription to half title leaf, but an exceptionally nice copy in the dust jacket with a single tiny chip. Originally published in The Strand in 1922 and collected in The Inimitable Jeeves the following year, this first separate edition was one of a short-lived series called, Little Books of Laughter.[87]

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        Mulliner Nights

      New York: Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc, 1933. 312 pages. Small octavo (7 3/4" x 5 1/2") bound in publisher's orange cloth with black lettering and pictorial to spine and black lettering to spine. (APG: 52b) First edition.Mulliner Nights is a collection of short stories by P. G. Wodehouse. First published in the United Kingdom on 17 January 1933 by Herbert Jenkins, and in the United States on 15 February 1933 by Doubleday, Doran. It is the third collection featuring Mr Mulliner, who narrates all nine stories contained in the book, telling tall tales of his diverse family.Condition:Back end paper name erased. Jacket spine sunned, professionally repaired edges by Octavaye Studios else a very good to fine copy in a better than very good jacket.

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        Paris de nuit [Paris by Night] (First Edition)

      Arts et M'tiers Graphiques, Paris 1933 - First Edition. 60 full-page, black and white plates. Brassaï's first and most notable photobook.A nocturnal exploration of Parisian culture, and one of the most celebrated and influential collections of urban photography ever published. Compiled in a somewhat eery sequence of encounters set around the darkest corners of 1930's Paris. Brassaï does not shy away from capturing the less-than-savory aspects of inner city life, often featuring sex workers, seedy back alleys, and the murky, nighttime waters of the Seine.Very Good plus in bright wrappers (softcover). Spiral bound. Moderate creasing and rubbing overall. Roth 101, p. 76-77. Parr and Badger Vol. 1, p. 134. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Marlborough His Life and Times.

      London Harrap 1933 - Four volumes, all first editions, 8vo., illustrated with various black & white illustrations and maps, a few random spots to margins, otherwise near-fine, modern half red morocco gilt, spines in six gilt ruled compartments, gilt lettered direct in second, third, and fourth, gilt rampant lion centre-piece to others, all edges gilt, housed in a leather-entry slip-case, a very attractive set in every respect. The author's magnum opus biography of John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough. "Marlborough was originally intended to run to only 200,000 words, but eventually exceeded 1,000,000" - Muir Woods A40(a). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        JOURNALS. HOOK And LADDER COMPANY No. 27, New York City Fire Department, The Bronx. # 79: September 8, 1931 - December 22, 1931. # 83: November 25, 1932 - May 4, 1933.

      [New York]: 1931 / 1933. 2 volumes. 1000 numbered pages. 14" x 8-1/2" [36 cm x 23 cm]. As to be expected with volumes put to daily use, the bindings are worn & soiled, with fraying front joint cloth to #79. Nevertheless, an About VG - VG set.

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        Roll, Jordan, Roll

      Bobbs-Merrill Co. Indianapolis (1933) - First Edition Thus, from the Ballou sheets. Ballou, the original publisher, declared bankruptcy in 1934 and was bought by Bobbs-Merrill. The result here is a very uncommon mixed issue. Photographic history of the Gullah descendants of African-American slaves living in South Carolina and Georgia. Almost Near Fine, in Very Good dustjacket, chipped at top spine end, modest edge wear, hint of a stain along lower edge of panels. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Croix de bois. Illustrated by Georges Pavis

      Paris: Editions Mornay, 1933. One of 40 copies on Japon, from a total issue of 1085; handsomely rebound in 3/4 crushed reddish brown morocco and marbled boards, panelled spine with gilt lettering, marbled endpapers, t.e.g., original brown pictorial wrappers and backstrip bound in, near fine. Illustrated throughout with wood-engravings in the text by Georges Pavis.

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        Le Monde des Eches

      Bruxelles (Brussels): L'echiquier , 1933 A collection of 16 photographs of various chess players, including Alekhine, Euwe, Menchik and Tartakower. Oblong duo decimo (6 1/4" x 9 1/2") There is a leaf with a description of those featured on the photos. In original paper portfolio. Series 1. First edition.The picture of M Duchamp and V Halberstadt was taken at the Man Ray Studio in Paris. The photographs of T R Dawson was taken at the G Chic Studio, E D Bogoljuboff at F Clauss, in Landau, Joao Maria da Costa taken at J & M Lazarus Studio in Lisbon, Francisco Somma at Fratelli Seffer Studio in Polorme, Edomond Lancel, Walter Robinow ands Edgar Colle at R Demester Studios in Brussels, Rudolf Spielman at Josef Kayda Studios in Vienna, Dr R Rey Rdid at Jalon-Angel Studios in Barcelona, Salivelly Tartakower and Pierre Biscay at Pierre Auradon Studios in Paris, Mile Vera Menchik at Herbert Vandyk Studios in London, Alexander Alekhine and Max Euwe unknown studies.Condition:A near fine set with slight soiling to portfolio.

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        The Codex Perez: An ancient Mayan Hieroglyphic book

      Glendale: Arthur H Clark Co, 1933 10+[1 ad] pages with fold out facsimile of the codex at the back. Royal octavo (9 1/2" x 6 1/4") bound in original wrappers. Limited to 250 copies.The Codex Peresianus, or Codex Mexicanus, no. ii better known as the Codex Perez, a rare Mayan volume and reproduced here. It was discovered in 1859 Leon de Rosny, among a mass of old papers in the national library of France. It consists of eleven leaves, twenty-two pages, each 9 inces long and 5 1/4 inches wide. The writing is very much defaced, but was evidently of a highly artistic character, probably the most so of any manuscript known. Its origin is a complete mystery. The papers in which it was wrapped bore the name "Perez" in a Spanish hand of the seventeenth century, and hence the name "Peresianus" was given it. By order of the French minister of public instruction, ten photographic copies of this Codex, without reduction, were prepared for the use of scholars. None of them was placed on sale. There have been published but a few reproductions of the Codex Perez. The present reproduction is an absolutely exact photographic facsimile of the original. The only alterations that have been made are that the margins, entirely blank, have be reduced in size, and certain figures, clear in the original but too faded to reproduce photographically, have been strengthened with dotted lines in order that they be not lost in the reproduction. The figures are exactly the size of the original, and the format of the original has been followed identically, even to the accordion-pleat fold which permits the book to be read across in sequence, as was the Mayan custom. The original is on a fibrous paper made from the leaves of the maguey plant and coated with a whitish, durable plaster.Condition:Some pencil underlining, previous owner's name to front wrapper else a very good copy.

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        Economic Foundations of Fascism

      , 1933. 1933. First Edition . EINZIG, Paul. The Economic Foundations of Fascism. London: Macmillan, 1933. Octavo, original blue cloth, original dust jacket. $1600.First edition of this important economic survey of early Italian Fascism, in original dust jacket.It would be an understatement to say that the publication of The Economic Foundations of Fascism had a mixed reception. While Foreign Affairs called it ""a well-written survey by a prolific publicist"" (Foreign Affairs), Einzig was promptly labeled ""pro-fascist"" or merely a fascist by many of his contemporaries. Austrian economist Arthur W. Marget wrote in the Journal of Political Economy, ""This book is a thoroughly discreditable piece of journalistic hackwork, evidencing on almost every page a degree of naivete or of bias that is truly shocking."" In the case of Einzig, everyone really was a critic, most of all his fellow economists. Whatever Einzig's personal beliefs, he has been largely vindicated with regard to the quality of his writing. He remains both a well-known financial journalist and an author who published more than 50 books on financial topics as well as a number of scholarly articles. Einzig did some of his best research during the long period leading up to the Second World War, reporting on Nazi Germany's exploitative exchange rate policies toward the East as well as eventually breaking the scandal of the Swiss National Bank's purchase of looted gold from the Reichsbank in 1943. He was, in short, neither Nazi nor Italian Fascist. This work is a valuable contemporary source that attempts to explain the inner workings of Fascism and what made it economy successful in the early years. Book very nearly fine, dust jacket near-fine with only light wear and toning to extremities. A handsome copy.

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        THE ORTHODOX UNION VOL. I NO. 3, 5-11, VOL. II NO. 1-4, 6, 8, 10, 11, VOL. III NO. 1-4, 5, 6, 8, 10-12, VOL. IV NO. 1-7 [33 ISSUES TOTAL]

      New York, Union Of Orthodox Jewish Congregations Of America 1933-1937 - First edition. Original illustrated paper wrappers with black-and-white photographs. About 12 pages; 28 cm. Good Nazi-era run of this sometimes monthly, sometimes bimonthly periodical published by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America covering news related to Orthodox Jews. Issues filled articles, advertisements for Kosher products, a list of Kosher food options, and photographs. "The question is insistent and cannot be evaded: &#145;As what kind of Jews shall we survive? &#146;" SUBJECT (S) : Orthodox Judaism, Periodicals. OCLC and WorldCat list 6 holdings worldwide. Overall, very good condition. Postage and mailing address. Slight toning. Minimal edgewear. Minimal pencil markings that do not affect text. Very minimal staining. (SPEC-44-4) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV

      New York: Limited Editions Club, 1933. Hardcover. Offsetting to the front endpaper and pastedown of the first volume where the Letter was laid in; spines a bit darkened. Near Fine in an intact, Good slipcase, soiled and rubbed. Much more difficult to locate than the later issue by the same publisher. Alexander King. Three octavo volumes (5-1/2" x 8-1/8") bound in half yellow linen and hand-decorated paper sides. Designed by D. B. Updike and printed at the Merrymount Press. Translated by Constance Garnett and revised, with an introduction, by Avrahm Yarmolinsky. Illustrated with wash drawings by Alexander King. Copy #329 of 1500 copies SIGNED by the illustrator on the colophon page. Monthly Letter laid in.

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        5 Finger hat die Hand

      Moscu 1933 - Litografía sobre postal publicada en Moscú hacia 1933-34, basadas en la primera edición alemana de 1928 Muy rara. 15.2 x 10,4 cm.

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        The Comanche Barrier to the South Plains Settlement: A century and a half of savage resistance to the advancing white Frontier

      Arthur H Clark Co, Glendale 1933 - 424+[4 ad] pages with frontispiece, 4 maps, 8 illustrations, bibliography and index. Royal octavo (9 1/2" x 6 1/2") bound in blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. First edition. In the annals of the great plains and prairie county south of the Arkansas river, the achievements of the pioneer loom large; for in this land the frontier era must be measured not in years or decades but in centuries. The Spaniards, who approached the country from the south and west, scarcely entered it at all, and it took, half a century of seasoning before the Anglo-Americas could subdue. it. Powerful forces delayed the advanced of the Europeans into this region, and not the least of these was the Comanche Indians. They guarded well the vast, treeless land that was their home and, what is more, they made life unsafe for those white men who dared to settle near the periphery of the Comancheria. Before Daniel Boone had entered Kentucky they were harassing the Spaniards at San Antonio, and as late as 1874 they took scalps within ten or fifteen miles of that old Spanish town. The purpose of this book is to give an account of the conflict of these superb savage horsemen with the more advanced peoples who finally succeeded in occupying their country. The narrative in part has to do with Spain's achievements and failures in dealing with nomadic Indians; it reveals the harsh tactics of the Anglo-American frontiersmen as they grappled with an Indian problem more puzzling than any they had ever known before; it brings out the mistakes and misapplied efforts of governments controlled by eastern men and struggling with problems peculiar to the west; and through it all runs the story of a nomadic culture debauched by vices of its more advanced neighbors, hurled about by currents of westward expansion, and finally confined and compelled to become a part of the civilization it hated and resisted to the last. Condition: Some light scuffing to boards, corners bumped, light rubbing to spine ends else a very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Diario di Raffaele Benazzi.

      40 x 57 cm, 2 Bl, 30 Orig-Radierungen, 2 Bl., Ringordner (Ldr.) in OLwd.-Schuber, Etwas berieben, erste Seite min stockfleckig, ansonsten schönes Exemplar. Nr. 30 von 30 Exemplaren. Jede Radierung vom Künstler signiert und nummeriert, ebenso im Impressum. Die Radierungen sind ganz den bizzaren Formen des weiblichen Gentilapparates gewidmet. Eine der Platten auf dem Deckel aufmontiert.Benazzi, Raffael (*1933 Rapperswil), Bildhauer, Plastiker und Zeichner. Holz- und Alabasterskulptur, Bronzeplastik, Kunst am Bau und Schmuck.1949-1952 Ausbildung zum Bildhauer bei Arnold D'Altri, Alfred Huber und Willy Stadler in Zürich. Seit 1952 selbständiger Bildhauer. Bekanntschaft mit dem Maler Julius Bissier, der Benazzis Mentor wird. Lässt sich 1954 in Massa Carrara, Ligurien, und in Porto Ronco (TI) nieder. Seit 1964 Atelier in San Vincenzo, Italien. 1966 unterirdische Erdplastik Bieler Loch für die 4. Schweizer Plastikausstellung Biel. 1975-76 Aufenthalt in San Francisco. Arbeitet 1975-1991 wechselweise in Italien, in den USA (New York und New Jersey) und in der Schweiz. Seither in Zürich und San Vincenzo.1966 Hans Arp-Preis. Zahlreiche Werke im öffentlichen Raum in der Schweiz und in den USA. Einzelausstellungen: 1976 im Museum zu Allerheiligen, Schaffhausen 1977 im Chiostro di San Francesco, Sorrent 1978 im Swiss Center, New York 1986 im Kunsthaus Glarus 1990 im Swiss Institute, New York 1993 im Kunstmuseum Solothurn. 1978 vertritt er die Schweiz (mit Jean Lecoultre und Roland Hotz) an der Biennale di Venezia. 1997 Retrospektive in der Pinacoteca comunale Casa Rusca in Locarno.

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