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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:18"). 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.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. "...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."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.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]

      [Bookseller: David Kenyon]
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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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        Marlborough, His Life and Times, 6 vols

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933. First American edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Six volumes, complete. First American edition, published 1933-38. Green cloth hardcovers with gilt titles on spines, illustrated (including some fold-outs), clean unmarked text, generally Very Good copies, soiling or discoloration to some of the pages and to the page-edges, light creasing to the edges of some of the fold-out illustrations, minor soiling to the covers of some vols., mellowing to the spine of volume 5, rubbing the tips of the covers including minor fraying or splitting at the spine-ends, no dust jackets or slipcase. An uncommon set.

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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: ‘As what kind of Jews shall we survive? ’" 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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        Adolf Hitler an die Völker der Welt und an die Deutsche Nation (Die historische Bedeutung des 14. und 24. Oktober 1933 mit den grundlegenden Gedanken von Reichsaußenminister Graf Brockdorff-Rantzau und Reichsstatthalter Ritter von Epp) 1. Ausgabe

      Berlin, Tempelkunst Verlag, 1933. 86 Bücher oder sonstige Schriften, die nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut enthalten, werden nur zum Zwecke staatsbürgerlicher Aufklärung, historischer und wissenschaftlicher Forschung und zur Berichterstattung über Vorgänge des Zeitraumes abgegeben. Der Käufer verpflichtet sich, solche Schriften nur für diese Zwecke zu erwerben und sie in keiner Weise propagandistisch, insbesondere im Sinne des 86 a StGB zu verwenden. Der Besteller erkennt mit seinem Auftrag diese Geschäftsbedingungen ausdrücklich an.

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        Gabriel Over the White House: A Novel of the Presidency

      New York: Farrar and Rinehart. (1933). First. First edition. Fine in an attractive, near fine, price-clipped dustwrapper with a little tanning at the extremities, and a few very short tears. Mild-mannered do-nothing President recovers from an auto accident and suddenly grasps the reigns of power. Basis for the 1933 Gregory La Cava-directed film featuring Walter Huston, Karen Morley, and Franchot Tone. Scarce. .

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        The Codex Perez: An ancient Mayan Hieroglyphic Book

      Arthur H Clark Co, Glendale 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. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Winding Stair and Other Poems

      Macmillan and Company 1933 - First edition. (Preceding the American edition. The title poem had been part of a briefer collection in 1929.) 101 p. with errata slip at pg. 85. Olive green cloth with gilt checkerboard spine stamping. Very Good. No dust jacket. Spine a bit rubbed. Name written on ffep. A nice copy of Yeats' follow-up to The Tower. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Radio and Radio Broadcasting--12 pamphlets

      Various publishers 1933 - David Sarnoff and Radio--12 Pamphlets (some from the White House Library)+++ 12 pamphlets (1933-1946) by David Sarnoff, radio and television broadcasting pioneer, and at the time president of RCA and Chair of NBC. four are from the White House library, and two from Congressman Robert Luce. All are in wrappers, and all quite nice. They are all from the Library of Congress, with scant markings, though they do have a tiny "LC" perforated stamp on the title pages and a surplus/duplicate stamp on the rear wrapper. As it turns out, they seem to be pretty scarce, with many having listings of only two copies or so in WolrdCat/OCLC.+++ Network Broadcasting, 1938, 8x5", 39pp, white wrappers, from the White House Library; Communications Control in War, printed by Army Industrial War College, 1933,10x6", 34pp, OCLC 2 copies, white wrappers, from the White House Library; Broadcasting in the American Democracy, 1936, 17pp, OCLC 2 copies,white wrappers, from the White House Library; Science and Society, 8x5", 1936, 18pp, OCLC 2 copies, white wrappers, from the White House Library; Radio and Education, 1939, 8x5", 26pp, white wrappers, gift from Hon. Robert Luce; Opportunities in Radio and Electronics for Returning Service Men, 1945, 7x5", 24pp, cream wrappers; The American System of Broadcasting and its Function in the Preservation of Democracy, 1938, 7x5", 15pp, white wrappers, from the Hon. Robert Luce, with a small card stapled to to the front wrapper "with the compliments of David Sarnoff" Science for Life or Death, 1945, 16pp, from the Bureau of the Budget, white wrappers; Principles and Practices of Network Radio Broadcasting, testimony before the FCC, November 14, 1938 and May 17, 1939, RCA Institutes Technical Press, 10x6", 110pp, with the business card of Frank E. Mullen, VP, Advertising and Publicity, RCA, blue wrappers; New Horizons of Industry, 7x5", 17pp, 1942, white wrappers, with the stapled business card of Horton H. Heath (Dept of Information, RCA); Post-war Horizons, 1943, 7x5", 14pp, white wrappers; Address by Mr. David Sarnoff, Drake Hotel, May 19, 1937, 23pp, 7x4", white wrappers. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Winner Take Nothing

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933. Black cloth with gold label to front board and spine, lettered in black. Spine label a little thumbed and discoloured around the edges. Top edge of text block with small black spots and two larger stains, not affecting the interior margins. Offsetting to the endpapers and one corner very lightly bumped. Dust jacket in excellent condition, only a few very small nicks and light discolouration to rear flap, otherwise near fine. Housed in a very handsome clamshell box of red linen over a quarter leather spine with red stripe to match the dust jacket. . First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Near Fine.

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        The Wind in the Willows

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1933 - Kenneth Grahame (1859-1932) was an English writer; this is probably his most famous novel, a classic of children literature. It concerns the escapades of four animal friends who live along a river in the English countryside - Toad, Mole, Rat, and Badger. This is a children's story that is as much for adults as children. It was originally published in 1908 and again in 1913. The sale item shows 1933 on the title page as well as the copyright page and is probably the first American edition of the third reissue. Blue cloth binding with gold lettering on spine and three gold cartoons on front board. Binding tight but slightly cocked, with bumping at top and bottom of spine plus a bit of sunning on the spine. Surprisingly there is no foxing anywhere. Bright yellow end pages with illustration of the Willows neighborhood. Only flaw is the dedication to the previous owner on front free end page. Unclipped dust jacket ($1.00) is sunned on spine, chipped at top and bottom of spine, and worn at all extremities but there are no tears. This volume is in very good shape for the age. 12 mo (6.75 to 7.75 inches). 312 pages. Now Brodart covered to prevent further deterioration. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BIRDS OF THE ISLAND OF JAVA. Vol. I: Passeres with 14 plates and 1 map [and] Vol. II; Non-Passeres with 20 plates and I map.

      Vol. I: xv, 370 pp. [1]. Illustrated with 14 colour plates and a map. Vol. II: vi, [1] 372 - 794 pp. Illustrated with 20 colour plates and a map. Recently rebound in quarter maroon leather and gilt with cloth. New endpapers. Raised bands t o spine with gilt tooling and title in gilt. Folio. 15 x 10 1/2 inches. First edition limited to 200 copies. Occasional browning to plates and guards; some occasional foxing; gentle browning to maps; small holes in crease of map in Vol I. A very handsome set indeed.Heavy set, please telephone us direct for a shipping quote.

      [Bookseller: David Miles]
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        Four Day's Wonder.

      London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1933 - Octavo. Original orange cloth, titles to spine and double line rules to boards gilt. With the dust jacket. Spotting to edges of contents. An excellent copy in the dust jacket. First edition. A beautiful copy. Described by the publisher as "not a detective story although there is a body in it; nor is it a humorous book, although there is a laugh on every page; nor a romance, although there is a hero and heroine Perhaps the only thing to say is that it is by A. A. Milne, and therefore entirely delightful". Provenance: from the collection of Pat McInally. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        [FIRST PERSONAL LENTULOV'S SHOW] Vystavka kartin A.V. Lentulova, organizovannaia k 25-letiiu hudozhestvennoi deiatel'nosti. 1908-1933 [i.e. The Exhibition of A.V. Lentulov's Paintings Organized for the 25th Anniversary of Work Activity. 1908-1933]

      Moscow: [Vsekokhudozhnik], 1933. 34 pp., 1 front., 14 ill. 18x13 cm. In original illustrated wrappers. Small tears of the wrappers. Otherwise a very good copy. Very rare. One of 1000 copies. The catalogue of the first personal exhibition of Aristarkh Lentulov (1882-1943), famous Russian avant-garde artist. It includes list of all 254 works from the exhibition (in chronological order), two short biographical notes about the artist and his work, 15 black and white reproductions not including 'Cracking' on the front cover. Exhibition included paintings and sketches of theatre costumes and set designs. From 1912 Lentulov became a major influence on Russian futurism and in particular cubo-Futurism. He was one of the co-founders of the famous avant-garde group 'Jack of Diamonds', and participated in its exhibitions between 1909 and 1916. This catalogue is a testament to the Lentulov's work during the 'Jack of Diamonds' period. Interesting that this exhibition happened in 1933 when Soviet directive for socialist realism already was in action and the beginning of the 1930s marked the end of Russian avant-garde. His late turn to realism and Soviet industrial subjects caused his exception and praises by Soviet critics as well as work with 'Jack of Diamonds' which some considered leftist (or at least they interpreted some of his works like that). Worldcat locates two copies in US libraries (The Frick Art Reference Library, Getty Research Institute).

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        CATTLE KINGDOM.

      New York: Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., (1933). - First edition. Fine in a sharp and attractive dust jacket, lightly faded on the spine and with light wear to head and foot of spine. A young cowboy comes to the ranch of John "Red Horse" Dunn and is suspected and disliked by the rest of the outfit. Then a murder takes place and while there are no clues, the young cowboy is the primary suspect. The author's reputation as a writer of thrilling tales of the West is a good one. He provides excellent background and colorful detail. Sharp copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB, IOBA]
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        Death in the Woods and Other Stories

      Liveright Inc. Publishers, New York 1933 - First Printing. Inscribed by author on ffep. DJ has section missing from middle of spine as well as edge and corner wear and chipping. Book has shadows from newspaper clippings and toning, fading to small section of spine, tanning to page edges, and ink mark on top and bottom edges. From the William Ripley Collection. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kaleidoscope Books & Collectibles]
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        Tour of the World: Stereographic Library (1200 stereoviews with original 'Telebinocular' viewer)

      Meadville, Pa. Keystone View Company, 1892-1933. Complete set of Keystone Co. World Tour stereoviews (consisting of 1200 cards in 12 'double spine' cases), with the original 'Telebinocular' viewer and 236 page index titled "A Trip Around the World through The Telebinocular" by Burton Holmes. The book (dated 'April 1942, Third Edition' includes a Geographic Index; Title List of the Keystone Pictorial Trip Around the World by country; Subject Classification; and a General Index. Photo dates: ca. 1892-1933, each mounted on original thick gray cardboard with printed captions and chronological numbers on the mounts. Clamshell "books" have gilt-lettered blue leather spines over blue cloth boards. Some light wear else uniformly near fine; photographs are in fine condition. It is unusual to find a complete set of these stereoviews with the original viewer and the Index. The sets include: Eastern United States and Mexico; Central and South America, Ireland, and Scotland; England and Wales, Scandinavia; Germany, the Netherlands, and Belgium; France, Spain, and Portugal; The Mediterranean and the Alps; Switzerland, Austria, Eastern Europe, Finland, Russia, and Turkey; The Holy Land; India and Southeast Asia; Japan, Korea, and China; Western United States, The Midwest, Canada, and the Space Views; Australia, Oceana, Hawaii, and Western Canada.

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        La Sculpture Irlandaise pendant Les Douze Premiers Siècles de l’ère Chrétienne.

      Paris: Leroux 1933 - Illustrated with one hundred and seventy one plates. Two volumes in one. 1933. Large quarto. pp. (1) 234, 1, (2) 11, 171 (plates). Modern half black morocco on cloth boards. A fine copy. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: De Burca Rare Books]
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        LOST ON VENUS in ARGOSY [complete in seven issues]

      The Frank A. Munsey, Company, New York 1933 - Octavo, seven issues, pictorial wrappers. Pulp magazine. Complete seven part serial "Lost on Venus." The second of the Carson of Venus stories. Zeuscher, Edgar Rice Burroughs: The Bibliography, pp. 173. An attractive nearly fine set. (20859) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB]
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        A GREEN BOUGH

      New York: Smith and Haas, 1933. Limited Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good binding. Signed. One of 360 numbered copies signed by William Faulkner, this being #224. Some minor soiling to the tan cloth boards and a trace of loss to the titling on the spine. There are no marks of any kind in the book. Very Good binding.

      [Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc.]
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        Green Bough

      , 1933. 1933. First Edition . Signed. FAULKNER, William. A Green Bough. New York: Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, 1933. Octavo, original tan cloth, mounted cover illustrations, uncut and unopened. $3000.Signed limited first edition of Faulkner

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books ]
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        Unsere Führer im Lichte der Rassenfrage und Charakterologie. Eine rassenmäßige und charakterbiologische Beurteilung von Männern des Dritten Reiches. Mit polizeilicher und parteiamtlicher NSDAP-Genehmigung

      Leipzig, Verlag der Literaturwerke \"Minerva\" R.Max Lipold, 1933. Vollständige Ausgabe im original Verlagseinband (blaues Ganzleinen GLn / OLn / Ln im Format 14 x 22 cm) mit dekoriertem Deckeltitel in Goldprägung, Text: Fraktur. 169 Seiten, mit vielen ganzseitigen Fotoabbildungen auf Kunstdruckpapier (Porträt-Aufnahmen von führenden Nationalsozialisten) sowie einem Foto des Verfassers auf Seite 6. Druck: Hansa-Buchdruckerei Bormann & Co / Leipzig. - Das Buch ist gewidmet \"aus tiefer Geistverbundenheit allen schaffenden germanischen Artschwestern und Artbrüdern, die deutsch leben und streben\". - Aus dem Vorwort: \"Menschenkenntnis ist Macht. Keineswegs fußt die vorliegende Arbeit auf neuen wissenschaftlichen Grundsätzen. Seit dem 17.Jahrhundert bereits finden sich immer wieder Anläufe, Rassenkunde und Menschenkenntnis zu staatlich anerkannten Wissenschaften erheben. Aber die Gegner in Staatsstellen und an Schulen und Universitäten haben es verstanden, das Urwissen unserer Ahnen bis zu dieser Zeit zu unterdrücken. Von den Vorkämpfern für dieses Wissen seien erwähnt: Lavater, Dr.Gall, Dr.Spürzheimer, Prof.Combe, Carus, Hutter, Gerling und Peters. Diese deckt bereits die kühle Erde. Unter uns Lebenden weilen: Lanz von Liebensfels, Ißberner-Haldane, Georg Richter und Burger-Villingen. Lanz von Liebensfels gebührt ein besonderer Ruhmeskranz. Trotz stärkster Knebelung und erbitterter Verfolgung hat er sich voller Idealismus für die Rassenkunde eingesetzt und sie weithin verbreitet. Ißberner-Haldane und Georg Richter kämpfen heldenmütig für den Rassengedanken und lassen sich selbst durch den Verlust von Freundinnen und Freunden nicht beirren. Beide schufen und finanzierten völlig unabhängig voneinander je eine Rassenschule . . . Hinsichtlich der Literatur verweise ich auf die Angaben in meinem Werk \"Die urewige Weisheitssprache der Menschenformen\". Heil Deutschland! Der Verfasser. Bärenstein (Bez. Dresden), am 20. April 1933\". - Aus der Einleitung: \"Alle äußeren Formen, gleichviel ob Kopf, Hals, Hand, Gang, Sprache, Gebärde, Ausdruck, Schrift, entsprechen den inneren Kräfte des Menschen. Damit ist die Möglichkeit gegeben, an den Rassenmerkmalen die unterschiedlichen seelischen Anlagen zu erkennen. Rasse ist niemals mit Taufe oder Änderung der Nationalität zu verwischen. Sie besteht vielmehr immer weiter, weil die Rasse durch das unveränderte Blut bestimmt wird. An ihrer Hautfarbe kann man die vier Grund- und Hauptrassen erkennen. Weiße Hautfarbe: arisch-germanische Rasse, braune Hautfarbe: Mediterrane, gelbe Hautfarbe: Mongolen, schwarze Hautfarbe: afrikanische Stämme. Der Jude ist keine bestimmte reine Rasse, sondern eine Mischrasse aus allen vier Grundrassen unter deren Unterarten. Daraus erklärt sich sein unberechenbares, internationales Heimatgefühl. Seine Heimat ist jeweilig dort, wo ein gutes Auskommen findet. Darin unterscheidet er sich grundlegend von den germanischen Völkern, denn diese halten ihrer Heimat die unbedingte Treue. Das gleiche gilt für die schwarzen Völker und auch für die Mongolen. Wenn der Jude eine Rassengemeinschaft eingeht, so tut er das nur aus Not und Berechnung. Selten aber ist diese Gemeinschaft von langer Dauer. Denn infolge seines egoistischen und händlerischen Wesens macht er sich bei jedem Wirtsvolk bald dermaßen unbeliebt, daß er wieder vertrieben wird. Darum muss auch für das deutsche Volk aus Liebe zu seiner Rassenreinheit Rassenscheidung gefordert werden. Jede Rassenmischung ist Sünde!... Seit unserer Volkskanzler die Zügel in die Hand genommen hat, ist gottlob unter dem verjudeten medizinischen Berufsstand aufgeräumt worden. Mit einemal geht von dort eine Welle des Verständnisses aus . . . Gutes Expl. weiter Beschreibung s.Nr.21072! - Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Antisemitismus, Sachsen, Alte Kämpfer als heroische nordisch-germanische Menschen dargestellt, deutsche Menschen um Adolf Hitler, Charakterkunde, menschlicher Charakter, Charakterologie, Phrenologie, Schädellehre, Guido von List, der Frankenführer Julius Streicher und weitere Führungspersönlichkeiten des Nationalsozialismus rassenkundlich betrachtet, nationalsozialistische Führer in menschenkundlicher bzw. charakterologischer Beurteilung, Antisemitismus, Rassenkunde, NS.-Schrifttum aus Sachsen, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut Versand D: 5,90 EUR Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Antisemitismus, Sachsen, Alte Kämpfer als heroische nordisch-germanische Menschen dargestellt, deutsche Menschen um Adolf Hitler, Charakterkunde, menschlicher Charakter, Charakterologie, Phrenologie, Schädellehre, Guido von List, der Frankenführer Julius Streicher und weitere Führungspersönlichkeiten des Nationalsozialismus rassenkundlich betrachtet, nationalsozialistische Führer in menschenkundlicher bzw. charakterologischer Beurteilung, Antisemitismus, Rassenkunde, NS.-Schrifttum aus Sachsen, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut

      [Bookseller: Galerie für gegenständliche Kunst]
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        DATOS PARA LA HISTORIA DE JATIVA. TRES TOMOS

      Imprenta sucesora de Bellver., Játiva (Valencia) 1933 - 445, 415 y 280 págs en tres tomos. 18x25 cm. Tapa dura, cartoné con lomo en tela, buen estado. Tomo primero: Antigüedad de Saetabis y Xátiva medioeval hasta su destrucción por Felipe V. Tomo segundo: La ciudad de San Felipe en el siglo XVIII. Tomo tercero: La ciuda de Játiva en el siglo XIX. Contiene numerosas ilustraciones.

      [Bookseller: Librería Maestro Gozalbo]
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        Zachor et Asher Asah L'cha Amalek. Israël souviens toi! Think of it, Israel! Israel denke dran! (Four language edition) & Israël souviens toi! (French edition)

      - 1) Zachor et Asher Asah L'cha Amalek. Israël souviens toi! Think of it, Israel! Israel denke dran! Paris, 1933. E. Varlin. 4to. 34 pp. Original color illustrated wraps. Wraps protected by modern mylar. Early anti-National Socialist work illustrated with b/w cartoons ridiculing the Nazi's. Each illustration accompanied with captions in French, English, German and Yiddish. Published the same year Hitler came to power, the work sought to sound the alarm about what Germany had begun to do with its Jewish population and other perceived dissidents. Pages loose, separated from wraps but complete. Some age wear, staining and creasing on wraps. Some tearing and chipping on spine. Bottom right corner of first five leaves chipped. Edges brittle, age toning to pages. Fair condition. Scarce. 2) Israël souviens toi! Paris, 1933. E. Varlin (French language edition). 4to. 34 pp. Original color illustrated wraps. Wraps protected by modern mylar. Same illustrations as in first copy but with French text only. Age wear and staining on wraps. First five leaves detached. Age toning to outer edges of pages. Price sticker from the period on front wrapper. Good- condition. Two rare pieces of early anti-Nazi publications. Scarce. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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