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        [Lithograph]: Karl Marx

      [circa 1933]. Lithograph. Image size: 24 x 20 cm; Sheet size: 38 x 33 cm. An original lithograph on laid paper. A fine impression Signed by the artist and Inscribed "To Barney". Published as the frontispiece to Capital in Pictures (a limited edition printed in Paris by E. Desjobert, 1933) and Karl Marx' 'Capital' in Lithographs (New York: Ray Long & Richard R. Smith, 1934). .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Coyote Stories

      Caldwell: Caxton Printers. 1933. A scarce collection, edited and illustrated by Heister Dean Guie, with a foreword by Chief Standing Bear, and notes by L.V. McWhorter. McWhorter had collaborated with Mourning Dove on her first book, Co-Ge-We-A The Half-Blood, the first novel published by a Native American woman, and helped to get this collection published. This copy is inscribed by McWhorter to Spokane historian, author, and bookseller Jerome Peltier: "For/ Jerome Peltier/ Lucullus V. McWhorter/ Hunting Moon 29 Suns/ 1943 Snows [?]. For reasons unknown to us, it was initially inscribed to someone else, whose name has been rather seamlessly removed, with Peltier's now in its place -- either in McWhorter's hand or another's (Peltier's?) mimicking McWhorter's. Regardless, inscribed by McWhorter, a significant and somewhat controversial figure in the history of Native American literature, as a result of his association with Mourning Dove. Fine in a very good, spine-faded dust jacket with a bit of tape strengthening, and areas of former tape strengthening, on the verso. The book is scarce, and copies in dust jacket especially so. Copies signed by any of the principals involved with the creation of the book are exceptionally uncommon. First Edition. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA]
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      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York and London 1933 - Includes eight speeches before the Gridiron Club, the first time the speeches of a U.S. President to the club were printed, as well as four other addresses by Hoover: "A Remedy for Disappearing Game Fishes"; a speech celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of Edison's Invention of the Incandescent Electric Lamp; a speech before the Iowa Society; and a speech commemorating the Twentieth Anniversary of The Boy Scouts of America. This copy INSCRIBED and SIGNED on the front endpaper by the author: "To one Katherine Eckerts(?)/a steadfast person/from Herbert Hoover." Laid in is a ten-page pamphlet by Hoover titled "Our National Policies in This Crisis," dated 20 December 1950, printing a speech he gave in New York on that date. Neat bookplate on front pastedown and owner blindstamp at bottom of front blank. Near Fine in an uncommon and Very Good dustwrapper with the spine darkened [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Coyote Stories. Edited and illustrated by Heister Dean Guie with notes by L.V. McWhorter (Old Wolf) and a foreword by Chief Standing Bear

      Caldwell: Caxton Printers. 1933. First Edition in dust jacket. 8vo; 229 pp. Pale yellow cloth with illustration of a coyote in brown on front board, red decorated dust jacket with images of animals such as berar, coyote, buffalo, deer, etc. in shadow silhouette, title, author, and illustrator in blck , jacket a bit rubbed at edges as is book, but very good overall. Cover designed by Hester Dean Guie. & Mourning Dove was the literary name chosen by Christine (or Christal) Quintasket, an Okanogan from the Colville Reservation of eastern Washington. Mourning Dove&#39;s education included sporadic attendance at the Goodwin Mission School near Kettle Falls, Washington, the Fort Spokane School for Indians, and the Fort Shaw Indian School in Montana. She also briefly attended a secretarial school in Alberta where she learned to type and improved her English. But it was working as a migrant worker that Mourning Dove earned her livelihood as an adult. By day, she earned a meager living picking fruits and vegetables, and at night, she wrote in her camp-tent, experiencing years of poverty and physical hardship. In 1914 she met Lucullus V. McWhorter, an archaeologist and Indian rights advocate, and he encouraged her to write and publish, collaborating with her on writing projects, including her 1916 novel CO-GE- WE-A, the first novel published by a Native American woman. & COYOTE STORIES, a collection of Salishan trickster tales and genesis stories, was McWhorter and Mourning Dove&#39;s final collaborative work and evolved from McWhorter&#39;s unpublished manuscript, "Okanogan Sweat House." A very scarce collection, COYOTE STORIES is edited and illustrated by Heister Dean Guie, a newspaper reporter, and includes a foreword by Chief Standing Bear and notes by McWhorter. The book contains 27 tales, mostly featuring the trickster figure Sin-ka-lip&#39;, the coyote, as the main character. It received positive reviews and reached its second printing by 1934. Although it was promoted as a collection of tales for children and general audiences with little exposure to Native American literature and culture, COYOTE STORIES was meant to be more than entertaining bedtime stories. Mourning Dove intended COYOTE STORIES to force white Americans to reconsider assimilationist practices that taught Native American children to reject and ridicule traditional stories. As Standing Bear states in the Forward: "These legends are of America, as are its mountains, rivers, and forests, and as are its people. They belong!" Bataille, Native American Women: a Biographical Dictionary, pp. 178-179. Bloom, Native American Women Writers, pp 69-82. Buck, Bloomsbury Guide to Women&#39;s Literature, p. 838. DLB 175, pp. 187-197. Witales, Native North American Literature, pp. 463-471. <br>See an <A HREF= >Image.</A><br>

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        Winner Take Nothing

      New York: Charles Scribner&#39;s Sons. 1933. First. Unbound long galleys. Old horizontal fold as issued, a modest stain at the top of the first few leaves, else a remarkably preserved near fine example, housed in a custom quarter morocco and cloth slipcase with morocco label gilt. Inscribed by Hemingway to Jane Mason: "For Jane with love -- Pappa." Mason was an attractive, wild, and probably bipolar 22 year-old free spirit whom Hemingway and his second wife, Pauline, met in Havana in 1931. She was the wife of G. Grant Mason, the head of Pan American Airways in Cuba. Hemingway and Jane Mason became fishing partners and then lovers in 1932 (this latter point is generally accepted, although some scholars suggest that Hemingway insinuated an affair that did not exist). The following year she jumped or fell from a second story window, breaking her back. When Hemingway discussed the incident with John Dos Passos he somewhat callously quipped, "She really fell for me," although some have argued that it was the author, more than the socialite, who was smitten. Mason went to New York City for a long recuperation, and eventually divorced her husband and married Arnold Gingrich, the editor of Esquire. It appears that by the 1940s she remained friends with Hemingway&#39;s ex-wife Pauline, rather than with the author himself. Hemingway scholars have argued that he saw in her a kindred, depressed spirit, or at the very least his very own Zelda Fitzgerald. Some of Hemingway&#39;s work, such as the Nick Adams story "A Way You&#39;ll Never Be," was written for her, and toward the end of his life Hemingway admitted that she was the model for his character Margot Macomber. A marvelous association. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Winner Takes Nothing

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1933 - First Printing (with both the Scribner's seal and 'A' on the copyright back), one of only 20,300 copies. Small 8vo; [8], 244pp, with both blanks front and back. Publisher's black cloth, with gold foil title blocks lettered and ruled in black on the upper board and spine and a beautiful rose-pink top stain; in a bright, typographic, first-issue dust jacket priced at $2.00. An astonishingly Fine copy, the book square, tight and unread; in a Fine and vibrant jacket that has benefited from minimal, highly skilled restoration to several nicks, creases and closed tears, but involving none of the lettering or design. Hemingway's fourth collection of stories, including 'A Clean, Well-Lighted Place' and 'Fathers and Sons.' Hanneman A13a. Truly a collector's copy. Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd]
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        Winner Take Nothing

      New York, Charles Scribner&#39;s,, 1933. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full black morocco, titles and decoration to spine gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards gilt, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. A fine copy. First Edition, First Printing.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      Scribner's Sons,, New York: 1933 - First edition. His third collection of stories, fourteen in total with nine being published for the first time. The book itself is basically very nice with the gold labels bright and showing only minimum wear. The black dust jacket has professional repair to the corners and spine ends, and shows a few minor soiled spots but is still nice and bright. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quill & Brush, member ABAA]
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        Winner Take Nothing

      Charles Scribner's Sons 1933 - Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1933. First Edition / First Printing. Scribner's Seal and "A" are present. Jacket priced at $2.00 and has Laurence Stallings review at the rear panel. Original black cloth boards with gold paper labels. {ref: Hanneman A12a}. Book Condition: Fine, clean boards & pages, tight spine, soft shelf wear. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, wrapped in a new removable mylar cover. Shelf wear, two chips at the rear panel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: 1st Editions and Antiquarian Books, ABA,]
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      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1933 - Hemingway's third collection of stories. Very Good+ in a Very Good or better first issue dust jacket. Scribners A and sea on the copyright page, Stallings quote on back panel, original black cloth Solid clean and tight with bright clean pages. The first state dust jacket has the $2.00 price present and all the correct points. Hanneman A12a. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rare Book Cellar]
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      Boston: The Club of Odd Volumes, 1933. quarter cloth, paste paper-covered boards, slipcase. 8vo. quarter cloth, paste paper-covered boards, slipcase. (x), 22, (30) pages. An address delivered before The Club of Odd Volumes, November 16, 1932. Limited to 149 copies. Rosamond Loring&#39;s (1889-1950) first published work on paper marbling and paste papers (cf. Wolfe, R.: Marbled Paper, its History, Techniques and Patterns pp. 132-134), originally a talk plus demonstration for the Club of Odd Volumes in Boston. Loring discusses her early work in paste papers, her somewhat haphazard introduction to marbling and subsequent instruction therein by a professional marbler, the making of marbled and paste papers, and the history of marbling. Following are five tipped-in samples of paste paper made by Loring, a sample of monochromatic combed marble paper, and samples for each of five stages in the production of three-color combed marble paper. The paste paper covers are also made by her. Loosely inserted are two additional examples of marbled paper by an unknown artist. Slipcase rubbed along edges with small cracks.

      [Bookseller: Oak Knoll Books/Oak Knoll Press]
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        Day Gone By; The Tragedy of a Fool + Postcard + Photograph

      Published by Stanley Paul & Co. Ltd., Paternoster House, Paternoster Row, London First Edition 1933. London 1933. First edition hard back binding in publisher&#39;s original black cloth covers, gilt title and author lettering to the spine and the front cover. 8vo 8&#39;&#39; x 5½&#39;&#39;. Contains 284 [32 page catalogue dated 1933] printed pages of text. Eric Barker was a prolific script writer and from the age of twenty he was producing three act plays, serious dramas, comedies, poetry and a lyricist for the music of Rex Burrows. He became one of the most famous faces in British comedy and got his start in show business during the Second World War, when he was part of the armed forces radio show &#39;Merry Go Round&#39;. After the war the show continued and was renamed &#39;The Waterlogged Spa&#39;, with Eric and his wife, Pearl Hackney. The show&#39;s success led to Eric starring in other radio shows, where he achieved celebrity status due to his versatility in mimicking voices. By the mid-1950&#39;s he had made the move to the big screen, and found his niche in playing variations on the busybody sticking his nose into everyone&#39;s business, or, in the case of the &#39;Carry On&#39; films, the gang&#39;s boss or some other authority figure who was usually on the receiving end of their shenanigans, most memorably in &#39;Carry on Constable&#39; [1960]. Foxing to the page edges, bumps to the spine ends and corners. Near Very Good condition book in superb Fine condition dust wrapper, priced 7/6 to the spine. Dust wrapper without any tears, marks or chips whatsoever, flawless. Included with the book is a promotional post card about the book from Stanley Paul with a photograph of Eric to one side, also included is the original monochrome post card from this post card. We currently hold in stock many other items of interest by Eric Barker. Member of the P.B.F.A.

      [Bookseller: Little Stour Books PBFA]
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        Marlborough his Life and Times (4 Volumes)

      George G. Harrap and Co Ltd., London 1933 - First Edition:First Printing:A 4 Volume Near Fine Signed Limited Edition set bound by Leighton Straker Ltd in full orange morocco with five raised bands to the spine, spine decorated with gilt lettering,Marlborough family arms in gilt to the front board, top edge of pages gilt, marbled endpapers.This edition is one of only 155 Four Volume First Edition sets produced of which only 150 sets were for sale.Volume 1 is signed by Churchill and above his signature is stated "This Edition is limited to One Hundred and Fifty Five copies, of which One Hundred and Fifty copies are for sale.This set is copy is No 48". Book Condition:Volume 1: First Edition published 1933,a Near Fine copy,spine slightly darkened,very gently rubbed on top edges of spine,top two corners gently rubbed,signed by Churchill,previous owners sticker on front pastedown,internally clean and bright,tight binding.Volume 2: First Edition published 1934, a Near Fine copy,spine slightly darkened,top two corners very gently rubbed,previous owners sticker on front pastedown,internally clean and bright,tight binding.Volume 3: First Edition published 1936,a Fine copy,spine slightly darkened,very small mark to back board,internally very clean and bright,tight binding.Volume 4: First Edition published in1938,a Fine copy,spine slightly darkened,internally very clean and bright,tight binding. This is the only signed Trade Edition in all of Churchill's works,it is a Near Fine 4 Volume First Edition set signed by the great man himself,one million words long and ten years in the making,it is certainly Churchill's greatest biography and some say perhaps his greatest works. 0 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bawnmore Fine and Rare Books]
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        Die neue Stadt. Eine Monatsschrift. Jahrgang 1933/1934, 1. Heft: Sonderheft Zürich.

      Heidelberg, Vlg. von Richard Weissbach, 1933 - 4°, 32 S., 55 Textabb., Brosch., Umschlag etw. fleckig, Randriss in V.deckel oben, Rücken knickspurig, oben durchgeh. etw. wasserfleckig u. -wellig. EA. Enth.: Material des IV. Internationalen Kongresses für Neues Bauen; Historische Entwicklung der Stadt, Wandlungen des Stadtbildes; Statistik der Bevölkerung; Wohnverhältnisse; Wohnungs- und Siedlungsbau; Geschäfts- und Kommunalbauten, Neuer Hausrat [d. i.: S. Giedion: Wohnbedarf Zürich]; Kirchenbau und moderne Architektur; Brief eines jungen deutschen Architekten [d. i. Max Cetto] an Dr. Goebbels; Bevorstehende Kongresse. 1100 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej]
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        All Men Are Brothers. SIGNED with Her Red Chop by Pearl S. Buck

      New York: The John Day Co., 1933 - Complete 2 volumes in slipcase. 1st edition, 1st printing. Title also in Chinese on t.p. Ascribed to either Shih Nai-an or Lo Kuan-Chung. Octavo, 21.5*15*7cm, wt:1.7kg. Fine volumes in fine slipcase, Vol. 1, pp.1&#151;650, Vol. 2, pp.651&#151;1279. Complete with an original "A Note By the Translator", an original 27-page "Prospectus", and an original bookmark, all issued by the publisher. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Chinese Art Books]
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        Kampf in Schnee und Eis

      Hesse & Becker Verlag, Leipzig,, 1933. Octavo, original ecru rough cloth, decoration and titles to upper board and spine in maroon, green top-stain. Numerous plates, many from the author&#39;s photographs. Slight cant to spine, else very good. First edition, first impression. Loosely inserted vintage photo-card with Riefenstahl&#39;s later signed greeting. A very nice copy of the author&#39;s first book, an account of her involvement with Arnold Fanck&#39;s pioneering mountaineering films.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Brown Book of the Hitler Terror

      New York, Alfred A. Knopf,, 1933. And the burning of the Reichstag. Prepared by the world committee for the victims of German fascism. With an introduction by Lord Marley. Octavo. Original brown cloth, titles to spine in black against white ground, swastikas to spine and front board, top edge stained brown. With the dust jacket. With black and white photographs. Light partial toning to endpapers, tiny ownership inscription to front free endpaper, edges a little dusty, an excellent copy in the slightly nicked dust jacket. First US edition, first printing, and the first with the Heartfield photomontage dust jacket. Originally published in the UK in 1933.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Clotilde et Alexandre Sakharoff.

      Lausanne, Editions centrales, 1933 - 4°, 78 S., 1 dreifarb. Choreographische Skizze u. 25 photograph. Taf., Broschur, Kleiner Fleck a. vord. Umschlag, sonst schönes Exemplar. Ex. 205 von 1000 Exempl. Von Clotilde und Alexandre Sakharoff auf Schmutztitel voll signiert. «Le dessin de la couverture et les culs-de-lampe sont de Nathalia Gontcharova. Alexander Sacharoff (Alexander Zuckermann), (engl. /franz. Sakharov oder Sakharoff,) 1886 - 1963, Tänzer, Choreograph, Maler und Pädagoge. Zusammen mit seiner künstlerischen Partnerin Clotilde von Derp (1892?1974, geboren als Clotilde Margarete Anna Edle von der Planitz), die er 1919 heiratete, schuf Sacharoff eine eigene Form des modernen Tanzes, die er ?abstrakte Pantomime? nannte. Auch seine für ihre Raffinesse berühmten Kostüme entwarf das Paar selbst. Alexander Sacharoff und Clotilde von Derp gelten als eines der berühmtesten Paare in der Geschichte des Tanzes. 2100 gr. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej]
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        ALS and autograph lettercard signed.

      Paris, 19. X. 1933 alt. n. p. o. d. - 8vo and oblong 12mo. 3½ pp. on double leaf (letter) and 2 pp. (lettercard). With atograph envelope. To the writer and publicist Joseph Chapiro (1893-1962), correspondent of various German, French, and american newspapers, translator of Gorky, faithful biographer of Gerhart Hauptmann, and entrepreneur of "world theater".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Portraitpostkarte mit eigenh. Widmung und U.

      Salzburg, 1933. - 1 S. 8vo. "Zur Erinnerung an die Faust-Arbeit 1933 | Salzburg Max Reinhardt".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Dog-Days on Trout Waters

      New York: The Derrydale Press, 1933 - Harold G. Pickering was a past president of the Anglers' Club of New York, and editor of The Anglers' Club Bulletin; this was his second book. Despite the wear to the spine, a very good copy of this notoriously fragile book First edition, no. 166 of 199 copies signed by the author. 12mo. With illustrations by Donald Gardner. Original pink paper over boards, printed labels on upper cover and spine. Spine faded, short splits with quarter- inch chip at head ("to find any one of them in fine condition is not only rare but practically unheard of" - Frazier). Siegel 70; Frazier P-7-a [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Down and Out in Paris and London

      London: Victor Gollancz,, 1933. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine in green. Spine bumped and a little rolled, ownership initials to front free endpaper, small split to back joint, still a presentable copy. First edition, first impression of Orwell&#39;s first book.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        On Ancient Central-Asian Tracks. Brief narrative of three expeditions in innermost Asia and north-western China

      Macmillan and co., London 1933 - Large 8vo. xxiv, 342 pages. 2 page publisher's list. With numerous illustrations, colour plates, panoramas and map from original surveys - all as called for. Original cloth, gilt. TEG. Approaching near fine condition without any noteworthy blemish. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Leakey's Bookshop Ltd.]
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        On Ancient Central-Asian Tracks, Brief Narrative of Three Expeditions in Innermost Asia and North-Western China

      Macmillan & Co Limited, London 1933 - xxiv, 336, 1 folding map at the back, 2 pp book adverts. Publisher's brown cloth gilt with embossed gilt decoration to front cover, top edge gilt, coloured frontispiece, title vignette, 147 illustrations of places, people, landscapes, buildings etc. Slight toning of eps, owner inscription of Oxford scholar D.Penny on ffep, corners bumped, a little rubbing of top and tail of spine, else very good. Many coloured plates with tissue guards illustrating the paintings from the Cave of a Thousand Buddhas at Tun Huang. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Interquarian]
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