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        All about Chicago, by John Ashenhurst and Ruth L. Ashenhurst; with Woodcuts by C. Turzak

      Boston And New York, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1933. 1st Edition. Description: 4 p. L. , 268 p. Front. , plates. 17 cm. Subjects: Century of Progress International Exposition (1933-1934 : Chicago, Ill. ) . Chicago (Ill. ) --Description and travel. Fine cloth copy in a good if somewhat edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        Le Dîner de Madelon 1933-1934.

      S.n. 1933 - - S.n., Paris _1933-1934, 34pp. in-4, en feuilles. - Manuscrit autographe complet de 34 pages rédigées au recto à l'encre noire, daté sur la première page : Paris - 9 décembre 1933. Comédie en vers, en 13 scènes, mettant en scène trois personnages : Madelon, Benoît et Vincent. On y joint le tapuscrit de la pièce. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Inauguration Speech of President Roosevelt 1933

      London: Sangorski & Sutcliffe, 1933. 34pp. Complete manuscript text of Roosevelt's inauguration speech, written in nearly microscopic script by Hugo Reichman. Delivered on March 4, 1933, at the height of the Depression, Roosevelt acknowledged "the dark realities of the moment," but laid the groundwork in this speech for policies that would shape the New Deal. This manuscript has been bound in red morocco by Sangorski and Sutcliffe with the presidential seal and elaborate foliate decorations stamped in gilt. Gilt decoration on turn-ins; blue silk endpapers. Housed in a blue morocco clamshell box with gilt borders and the title gilt-stamped on the spine. Fore-edge clasp lacking its pin, else extremely fine. A.e.g. From the Henderson collection, so indicated by a gilt stamp on the lower spine of the clamshell box. An incredible feat of craftsmanship with excellent provenance. (1 1/16 by 1; 28x26mm).

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        Feng Ching. Chinese Sketches.

      Los Angels & San Francisco: Suttonhouse, 1933 - 134pp. Number 259 of 500 copies. Ink signed by author on half title verso. With numerous b/w photos & illus. Orange boards with cloth spine & tie binding. Front & rear covers sl.stained. Ink notation on lower spine. All edges partly sunned. Front & rear gutter sl.cracked. Sl.spotted on front & rear ep. 26.8x20.8cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ogawa Tosho,Ltd. ABAJ, ILAB]
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        Paris *

      J. Hecht, Paris 1933. - En feuilles sous cartable pleine toile à attaches 43 x 59, pièce de titre gravée au premier plat, triple rabat. Majestueux portefeuille contenant une suite de vues d'un Paris bucolique peu à peu envahi par des hordes d'animaux incontrôlés. Le portefeuille qui a inspiré le réalisateur de "L'armée des 12 singes". Surréaliste. Edtition originale, L'un des 90 exemplaires numérotés sur Montval cuve filligrané au Brochet, après 1 unique avec les dessins originaux, la suite des épreuves d'états et une double suite des états définitifs, ainsi que 10 exemplaires lettrés avec 2 épreuves d'état et une double suite.

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        Flush

      London: The Hogarth Press,, 1933. Octavo. Original brown cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Frontispiece and 9 plates. Spine rolled, cloth rubbed and browned along the spine and edges and of the boards as usual, spotting to contents. A very good copy in the rubbed, spotted, and chipped jacket First edition, first impression.

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        Flush: A Biography

      London: The Hogarth Press, 1933 First edition. With four Original Drawings by Vanessa Bell and six other Illustrations. Demy 8vo. Pale buff cloth boards with gilt spine in cream dust jacket with illustration of dog. Book with slight lean, dark spotting to spine and some spotting to page edges; in a dust jacket with light toning to spine, small nicks to edges of spine and 1" closed tear to rear spine fold, else bright and crisp. Kirkpatrick A19a. Woolmer 334.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Bell, Vanessa.

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        THIS ABOVE ALL

      NEW YORK NY VANGUARD PRESS (THE) PUB 1933. - NEAR FINE IN VERY GOOD+ D.J. THIS, THE FIRST AMERICAN EDITION, PRECEDES THE FIRST BRITISH EDITION TITLED "ABOVE ALL ELSE" BY TEN YEARS BLUE-GREEN CLOTH COVERED BOARDS WITH TITLES IN RED. ALTHOUGH REYNOLDS MORSE SAYS THAT THE RED AND BLUE-GREEN BINDINGS ARE IDENTICAL IN ALL OTHER RESPECTS EXCEPT FOR THE TRIMMED AND UNSTAINED EDGES OF THE TEXT BLOCK, I HAVE NOTED THAT THE BLUE-GREEN VERSION IS SLIGHTY SHORTER (1/8") WITH THE DUST JACKET TRIMMED ACCORDINGLY AT THE TOP EDGE. BOOK HAS SOME MODERATE FOXING TO THE PRELIMINARY AND TERMINAL LEAVES AND THE EDGES OF THE TEXT BLOCK, JUST A TRACE OF CORNER RUB, BUT IS FINE IN ALL OTHER RESPECTS. D.J. HAS SOME VERY MODEST CORNER WEAR AND LOSS, A TRACE OF EDGE WEAR, AND FLAPS ARE MODERATELY FOXED AND NOT PRICE-CLIPPED. AN EXCELLENT CLEAN AND TIGHT COPY WITH A NICELY PRESERVED SELDOM ENCOUNTERED D.J. FIRST EDITION. Binding is HARDCOVER. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: JOHN LUTSCHAK BOOKS]
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        Henri le Vert I & II *

      Les Lettres de & à Lausanne, 15.12.1933. - Brochés, couvertures imprimées rempliées. Dos un brin insolés. Précédant la préface de Charly Clerc, une note de l'éditeur en début informe de l'intégralité de la traduction de Jean-Paul Zimmermann, conforme à l'original, grâce au soutien de quelques mécènes. Bel exemplaire de luxe dans la première tranche de tirage. Édition originale. L'un des 30 exemplaires de tête sur Madagascar lettrés et nominatifs, outre 100 Arches et 1500 vergé.

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        AH KING. SIX STORIES

      London: William Heinemann Ltd, (1933). First Edition. Hardcover. Slight fraying along the rear edge of the spine. Very Good, lacking the dustwrapper, with a fine presentation. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper to actor Rex Harrison: "For/Rex/from/Willie/W. Somerset Maugham." Harrison's most famous role was as Professor Henry Higgins in MY FAIR LADY. In 1990 he was appearing on Broadway in THE CIRCLE by Maugham, opposite Glynis Johns, when he fell ill. It was discovered that he had pancreatic cancer but had been unaware of it, and he died peacefully three weeks later at the age of 82.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        AH KING (INSCRIBED FIRST EDITION)

      London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1933. First trade edition. Fine/Very Good. A Fine copy of the book with a minor bump to top of spine, otherwise sharp and unread. INSCRIBED by the author: "For --- [Ah King] the last stories about Malaya that will be written by W. Somerset Maugham." Dust jacket Very Good or better with moderate rubbing and toning and minor wear at the extremities. An uncommon first edition, made more unique by the inscription. Additional images available upon request. Fine in Very Good. dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books]
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        The Dolphin. A Journal of the Making of Books. 1933-41

      New York: Limited Editions Club, 1933-1941. Four parts in six volumes. Complete set of the journal about book collecting, bookmaking, and typography. Subscriber's notes laid in. Volumes 1-3 in cloth-backed boards, numbers 2 and 3 with gilt-stamped spines. The fourth volume comes in three parts: part I in wrappers and parts II and III in boards. Some very light rubbing to covers, a half-inch closed tear and a little creasing to front endleaf of volume 1, some biopredation to spine and hinges of volume 4 part I, else all are fine copies.

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        BURN WITCH BURN!

      New York: Liveright Inc Publishers,. [1933]. original black cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold, top edge stained red, other edges rough-trimmed.. Previous owner's bookplate affixed to front paste-down. A fine copy. in very good pictorial dust jacket with mild shelf wear to spine ends. and corner tips, small closed tear to upper front panel, and mild. rubbing to folds. A clean, attractive copy in a superior example of. the jacket which is seldom found in such nice condition. (#135669). First edition. "Celebrated weird mystery novel of witchcraft and deadly little dolls." - Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 155. Filmed in 1936 as "The Devil Doll," directed by Tod Browning, screenplay by Garrett Fort, Guy Endore and Erich von Stroheim with Lionel Barrymore and Maureen O'Sullivan in lead roles. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-146. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1160. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 552. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature I, pp. 181- 83. In 333. Bleiler (1978), p. 138. Reginald 10058.

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        Ailleurs & Suite sans suite *

      Kundig, Genève 12.12.1933. - Broché 20 x 15, couverture crème imprimée rempliée, dos muet. Bel et précieux exemplaire du deuxième papier, comme il se doit sous couverture blanche, après les rarissimes Chine. Le nôtre est enrichi d'un manuscrit autographe, variante des "Hespérides", calligraphiée de la main de l'auteur-artiste en 7 lignes à l'encre sépia.Ce second recueil de purs textes (poétiques) de l'auteur, est galement disponible sur vergé; - avec envoi d'époque à Charles Zanello, beau-frère de Charles-Albert Cingria - avec envoi postérieur de 1940 à Henri de Ziegler - tout nu.[Gindrat 17] Édition originale. L'un des 10 exemplaires (non numéroté mais qui aurait du l'être, ce cas de figure existant aussi pour le papier de base) sur Hollande, outre 5 Chine et 110 vergé Blandford.

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        My battle / by Adolf Hitler ; abridged and translated E. T. S. Dugdale

      Boston and New York : Houghton Mifflin company 1933 - Description: x, 297p. : 4 plates incl. frontis. (ports.) ; 21 cm. Subjects: Hitler, Adolf (1889-1945) --Mein Kampf --autobiography --Nazism. Germany --Politics and government --1918-1933. Very good copy in the original title-blocked cloth. Spine bands and panel edges slightly dust-toned and rubbed as with age. Title lettering faded on spine. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 1 Kg. 297 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Cantos. Some Testimonies by Ernest Hemingway,

      New York: Farrar & Rinehart, Inc.,, 1933. Ford Maddox Ford, T. S. Eliot, Hugh Walpole, Archibald Macleish, James Joyce and Others. Octavo. Original white wrappers printed in black. Wrappers rubbed, particularly along the spine, lightly toned and spotted. A very good copy. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        From a View to a Death

      London: Duckworth,, 1933. Octavo. Original olive cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Spine slightly rolled, light partial toning to free endpapers. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed and toned jacket with a small nick at the base of the spine panel. First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "For Clara from the author, Tony Powell. Oct 17th 1933".

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        AFFICHE : CORSETS « LE FURET »

      - Date : 1933 Dimensions : 100x140cm Imp : DELATTRE - PARIS Condition : entoilée A Affiche originale entoilée en parfait état.

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        Death in the Woods and Other Stories

      New York: Liveright, n.d. [1933]. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. First Printing (no additional printings noted), and as such among the rarities of American publishing. The print run was interrupted after Liveright went into bankruptcy; few copies seem to have been released to the market (many were pulped) and so decent examples in jacket are quite uncommon. ABPC lists no copies at auction (save for this one) for the past 30 years. Tall, thick 8vo: [8],298pp. Publisher's coarsely woven tangerine cloth, spine stamped gilt in a black title block, top edge stained black, other edges untrimmed; price-clipped dust jacket. A Fine, square, unread copy; in a Near Fine jacket with several short closed tears and brief edge wear. Provenance: Bonhams Sale 20200 (Serendipity Books), Lot 1050. Rogers A5.& & & & After the resounding success of Winesburg, Ohio, Anderson went on to write 68 more short stories, publishing many of them in three important collections: The Triumph of the Egg (1921), Horses and Men (1923), and Death in the Woods (1933). The gothic stories in that final volume are a loose retelling of events from the narrator's childhood, as he attempts to explain a death and its relationship to other lives. A number of outstanding stories in these collections, including several of the sixteen appearing in Death in the Woods, "have suffered undeservedly from neglect." (Donald D. Kummings "Certain Things Last: The Selected Short Stories of Sherwood Anderson") 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.

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        The Winding Stair

      Macmillan and Co, London, 1933. 1st edition. Hardcover. A very near fine copy in original olive green cloth with the Sturge Moore design, all edges untrimmed, some foxing to the endpapers and the first and last leaves, otherwise very clean bar some light speckling to the very edges of some pages. In the rare dustwrapper matching the design of the boards, fractionally darkened, price-clipped, some conservation in places, looking very well indeed. The errata slip is present on page 85. From a printing of 2000 copies, this is a very nice example of the most important collection of poems (along with The Tower) from the author's later years.

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        Hommage du "Cercle des Alumni" de la Fondation Universitaire A L'Occasion de Son Xme Anniversaire

      Forest-Bruxelles: O. de Rycker, S.A., 1933. Little chip at the bottom of the rear wrapper, else near fine in string-bound yapped wrappers.. First Edition. Square quarto. A book of privately published travel photographs, nicely printed in heliogravure, with eight excellent images of New York. None of the photographers are credited.

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        MEN OF MARS

      Grosset & Dunlap, New York 1933 - The first book in the four volume "Adventures in the Unknown" series. ".One of the two authors writing before Heinlein (the other is Roy Rockwood) whose imagination and storytelling ability still stand out." Barron: Anatomy of Wonder 1987, 5-36. Bound in original blue cloth with lettering stamped in black. Illustrated endpapers. Fine in near fine, bright dust jacket with just a hint of wear to the spine panel ends and several tiny closed tears with associated creases. A handsome copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Robert Gavora, Fine & Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Chinigchinich

      Fine Arts Press, Santa Ana , 1933. Near fine, small book plate on inside front cover. 14 1/4 x 8 3/4 inches, 249 pages, dark tan boards with lighter tan cloth spine, spine label to match boards, title and illustration stamped in gold on upper board, This is a stellar copy of a book generally found with considerable wear due to the fragility of the binding materials. The book does not state a limitation, but 500 copies were printed (Curtiss, Thomas E. Williams and the Fine Arts Press, number 9). Includes 5 multicolored linoleum cuts by Jean Goodwin, a drawing of Mission San Juan Capistrano by Goodwin (after an 1887 photograph), and a multicolored chart. For Goodwin, see Hughes, Artists in California 1786-1940 (third edition, volume 1, page 443).

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        WILD BILL AND HIS ERA. The Life & Adventures of James Butler Hickok. With Introduction by Charles Moreau Harger. [Together with autograph, manuscript chapter VI]

      New York: Press of the Pioneers, 1933, 1933. Western Americana; biography; xii; 229 pages. Including index; 24.3cm; original red cloth binding, spine faded; frontispiece portrait of Hickok (1837-76), American scout, U.S. marshall; illustrations listed page vii; edited by author's daughter Edith Connelley Clift; cloth clamshell box, leather spine label; together with early typed draft of chapter VI [Wild Bill kills McCanles] with autograph corrections, annotations; typed carbon copy of two later drafts of chapter VI; typed letter signed from W. W. McCanles, grandson of David McCanles, to Pioneer Press, Oct. 5, 1932; typed letter signed from Rufus Rockwell Wilson of Pioneer Press to Mrs. Edith Connelley Clift; book in black cloth clam-shell box, draft and documents in matching slipcase, both with leather spine labels; containers by Corey.. Hardcover.

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        Escuelas primarias 1932

      Secretaria de Educacion publica 1933 Format à l'italienne, 30 x 19 cm, 16 pages 89 planches photographiques. Couverture feutrée, imprimée en vert et bleu, avec rabat. Les bords des plats sont émoussés, l'intérieur en très bon état. Le célèbre architecte mexicain et muraliste Juan O'Gorman travailla en 1932 à la construction de 28 écoles publiques à Mexico City, en développant ses idées novatrices. L'ouvrage, imprimé par le Secrétariat de l'Education Publique du Mexique, propose 89 planches photographiques noir et blanc de ses réalisations, par les photographes Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Agustin Juimenez et Luis Marquez. La maquette a été réalisée par Julio I. Prieto et la typographie par Angel Chapero. L'influence de Le Corbusier est fortement marquée dans son travail. Rarissime plaquette d'architecture. 30 x 19 cms, 16 pages, 89 photographic boards. Felted cover, printed in green and blue, with flap. The edges are dulled, the inside in very good condition. The famous Mexican architect and muralist Juan O' Gorman worked in 1932 on the construction of 28 public schools in Mexico City, developing his innovative ideas. The work, printed by the Secretarial department of the Public Education of Mexico, proposes 89 photographic boards black and white with its realizations, by the photographers Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Agustin Juimenez and Luis Marquez. The book was realized by Julio I. Prieto and the typography by Angel Chapero. The influence of Le Corbusier is strongly marked in its work. Extremely rare and scarce first edition. (AC)

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        University of Chicago Law Review. vols. 1-77 (1933-2010)

      2010. University of Chicago Law Review. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago, Law School. Bound vols. 1 to 69 part 1, LACKING vol. 21, in 86 books (1933-2002), vols. 68 no. 3 to 77 no. 4 (2002 to Fall 2010) original paper issues. Ex-library, good condition. See digital images. Reprint Price USD 4,928. * Published by the University of Chicago Law School, it was established in 1933. From 1942 through 1945 the review was published by the faculty, due to World War II. Prominent former members include Judge Abner Mikva and Provost Geoffrey Stone (both Editors-in-Chief); Judges Frank Easterbrook, Douglas Ginsburg, Danny Boggs, David Tatel, Michael McConnell, and Robert Bork; Senator Amy Klobuchar; and Professors Marvin Chirelstein, Daniel Fischel, Lawrence Friedman, Mary Ann Glendon, Randal Picker, Dale Carpenter, Ward Farnsworth, and M. Todd Henderson. The list of authors published includes Supreme Court Justices Brennan, Clark, Douglas, Frankfurter, Scalia, and Stevens; Judges Bazelon, Breitel, Frank, Friendly, Posner, Wald, Weinstein, Williams, Winter, and Wright; Justice Roger Traynor of the California Supreme Court; and Professors Ackerman, Calabresi, Dworkin, Hart, Llewellyn, Rawls, Wigmore, Williston, and Brainerd Currie, to mention only a few names from the list of illustrious scholars. The Law Review has even published an Article by J. Edgar Hoover.

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        Graf Zeppelin-Kalender 1933

      Stuttgart: W. Spemann,, 1933. Oblong octavo. Original wrappers, title to side of spine in red, upper wrapper a photograph of a zeppelin. Printed on rectos only. 52 illustrations from photographs. Wrappers lightly rubbed and creased. Excellent condition. A remarkable weekly Zeppelin calendar comprising 52 photographs with text in both English and German. The title page includes a portrait of Count Zeppelin "in the Corridor of His Airship" alongside a biographical sketch. The contents feature photographs of Zeppelins in flight, crew members and technical details (including a fantastic shot of the hydrogen cells filling from within the Zeppelin's metal frame), passenger accommodations, and many wonderful aerial shots such as New York City's skyscrapers, the British Parliament, Moscow's Cathedral of the Redeemer, the Brazilian coast, an Icelandic glacier, the pyramids at Giza, the Swiss Alps, and the Siberian taiga, all taken from above.

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        The Three Mustangeers

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons 1933, 1st Edition. () xii, 338pp. Very good in good to very good dust jacket. Octavo. Green cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Gold and black lettering and illustration on front cover. Some wear to boards with light bumping and wear to ends of spine, corners and top back edge of boards. Spine is somewhat darkened and writing is rubbed. Some foxing to endpapers carried through slightly to the pages next to the endpapers. Previous owners name on page after front free endpaper (1933). B / W frontis. Several B / W illustration throughout text. Reddish top edge of text block. Other two outer edges of text block have been roughly trimmed. Clean, tight text block with only some lightly scattered foxing. In dust jacket, price clipped. The jacket is rubbed with some creasing, soiling and wear (especially at spine and edges). The dust jacket has some chipping along the top and bottom with a few small closed tears and some minor professional restoration done. A nice copy. Illustrated by the author. A true first edition as signified by the Scribner's A. Will James was a cowboy, cattle rustler, beloved author and artist of the American West. Illustrations by Will James..

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        Lincoln and the Doctors; a Medical Narrative of the Life of Abraham Lincoln

      New York: The Pioneer Press, 1933. Limited edition of only 550 copies signed by the author, 152pp., bound in 1/4 back cloth over marbled covered boards, lettering gray over black to upper board, spine lettering gilt, edges toned, corners worn, upper edge of both boards bumped. "Printed in memory of the physicians who contributed to the maintenance of the health of Abraham Lincoln and to those physicians who sought to keep alive the sinking flame in his stricken body ...on the sixty-eighth anniversary date of his dramatic death.". First Edition. Octavo.

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        Matisse, Picasso, and Gertrude Stein. With two shorter stories

      Paris: Plain Edition,, [1933]. Octavo. Original tan wrappers printed in black. Housed in the publisher's tan slipcase. Spine very slightly toned. A superb copy. First edition, first impression. A beautiful copy, one of only 500 printed.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Fallen Asleep While Young [Signed] [Nuorena nukkunut; The Maid Silja]

      London: Putnam, 1933. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good +/very good +. A Very Good + copy of the first UK edition, first printing (age toning to the spine and to the board edges, tiny pull to cloth under the "U" in "YOUNG" on the front board -- not affecting lettering, lower right corner of front board bumped), in a Very Good+ example of the rare dust jacket (spine mildly darkened, rubbing to edges, tiny chips and tears to the spine ends and panel corners, one quite small chip and one tiny chip to upper front panel, tiny tear to each of the upper and to lower edges of rear panel), SIGNED BY FRANS E. SILLANPAA on the title page; Frans Sillanpaa's tale of a Finnish farmer's daughter, an only child and the last green shoot of an old family tree. As her father, though hardworking, also is impractical and improvident, the farm becomes a shambles and, at her father's death, Silja must move on. She performs domestic work on various farms and, one after another, the farmers fall in love with her. She, however, becomes afflicted with an incurable disease which leads to an early death. Frans Eemil Sillanpaa won the 1939 Nobel Prize in Literature "for his deep understanding of his country's peasantry and the exquisite art with which he has portrayed their way of life and their relationship with Nature." "Fallen Asleep While Young" (published in America as "The Maid Silja", The Macmillan Company, 1933) is one of only a few of his works to have been translated to English [the others known to us being "Hurskas kurjuus" ("Meek Heritage") and Ihmiset suviyössä ("People in the Summer Night), all three of which are rather scarce to the market in first edition]. Along with Meek Heritage [Hurskas kurjuus (1919)] Fallen Asleep While Young is Sillanpaa's most important work and the tale was specifically cited by Per Hallström, Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy, in his speech presenting the Prize to Sillanpaa. It stands alone as his most-admired work and is the one which propelled him to international fame. Both the English and the American publications of this important novel are remarkably scarce and are, of course, rare in the dust jacket. Signed copies of any Sillanpaa's works in any language are quite scarce, and signed copies in English translation are absolute hens' teeth. A Very Good + copy of Frans E. Sillanpaa's most important and admired work, in the rare dust jacket, SIGNED BY FRANS E. SILLANPAA. RARE INDEED.

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        LOOKING FORWARD. [with]: ON OUR WAY

      Nw York: John Day, 1933, 1934.. 279,[1]; xiv,300,[1]pp. Original blue publisher's cloth, gilt. Light soiling to cloth of first title. Both jackets clipped at corners, some minor chipping and a few small tears. Both internally fresh and clean. Both with presentation inscription by the author on front flyleaf; bookplate on each front pastedown. Very good in a very good jacket, and near fine in a very good jacket. Housed together in a custom blue cloth slipcase, cloth chemise with leather label for each volume. First edition of each title, both inscribed to Frederick Holbein at Christmas by Roosevelt the year each was published. In LOOKING FORWARD, the President, newly inaugurated, reflects on the events leading to the Great Depression and the way forward out of the crisis; ON OUR WAY is the sequel volume, presenting Roosevelt's personal account of the first year of his administration and the ideals of the New Deal. LOOKING FORWARD is a fifth printing, while ON OUR WAY appears to be a first printing.

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        Looking Forward

      New York: John Day Co. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine. FIRST EDITION, beautifully bound. Published in 1933, only a few months after Roosevelt took office, the New York Times bestseller Looking Forward presented Roosevelt's honest and frank assessment of the causes of the Great Depression and the current state of the economy and argued for the reforms presented in his New Deal. New York: John Day Co., 1933. Octavo, recent full morocco gilt. Fine condition.

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        A Game of Golf

      London: Hutchinson and Co., (Publishers) Ltd.,, 1933. A book of reminiscence. With an introduction by Bernard Darwin. With 15 illustrations. Octavo. Finely bound in dark green morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, single rule to boards, decorative endpapers, triple rule to turn-ins, gilt edges. With black and white photographs. A fine copy. First edition, first impression. Ouimet was an American golfer, who is frequently referred to as the "father of amateur golf" in the United States. He won the 1913 U.S. Open, and was the first American elected Captain of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews.

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        Femmes. Collection d'etudes photographiques du corps human

      Paris: Editions Arts et Metiers Graphiques, , 1933. Collection d'etudes photographiques du corps human. Folio, cover plate+19 photogravure plates+1 title leaf, in the original cloth and paper portfolio. An exceptionally nice copy and distinctly scarce thus. First Edition. Of three planned portfolios, this was the only one to be issued by Editions Arts et Metiers Graphiques. The two that never were published being Hommes and Adolescents. For its day a conspicuously innovative work - the studies in their composition, choice of subject, and use of raking light prefigured the later work of many post war photographers.

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        The Royal Liverpool Golf Club; A History 1869-1932

      Willmer Brothers & Co. Ltd, Berkinhead, UK 1933 - With a forward by Bernard Darwin. 310 pages including folding plan of course, many black and white photographic plates and detailed appendices which include a First World War Roll of Honour. Royal Liverpool, also known as Hoylake is one of the most famous golf courses in the world. Golf digest ranks it #72 of the top #100 in the world. It was on Hoylake that Bobby Jones won the British Open in 1930 on his way to winning the Grand Slam. The 2006 British Open returned to Hoylake for the first time since 1967. It also hosted the first Walker Cup match in 1921. Hoylake has hosted the British Open 10 times, the first time in 1897. Bound in original green cloth boards with gilt titling to spine and gilt embossed coat of arms to upper board. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Original Typescript of "Tribute to a Hero"

      1933. 23 pages, carbon typescript, with approximately three dozen changes made in Cain's hand, and more than a dozen additional small variations between this text and the published version. Published in American Mercury in November 1933, "Tribute to a Hero," is an autobiographical piece about the Cain family following the father's 1903 job change from St. John's College at Annapolis to Washington College at Chestertown, MD, and the culture shock that ensued from this move to a "hick place" from one of "smartness, competence, and class," a state of affairs that was partially redeemed by the actions of "a great man" (with an assist from Cain's father) on the occasion of a Washington College-Maryland Agricultural College football game. Published the year before his first novel, The Postman Always Rings Twice (and following Our Government in 1930, nonfiction based on Cain's column for New York World). Called "one of Cain's finest essays" by David Madden in James M. Cain: Hard-Boiled Mythmaker. Carbon paper a bit yellowed, some pencil rubbing, not affecting text; near fine. An early manuscript of a boyhood epiphany by a writer who gained a place in the literary pantheon for his famous first novel, which is still considered one of the high spots of American hard-boiled fiction. .

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        HOOVER AFTER DINNER. ADDRESSES DELIVERED BY HERBERT HOOVER BEFORE THE GRIDIRON CLUB OF WASHINGTON, D. C

      New York and London: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933. First Edition. cloth. 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. 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.

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        Portrait photograph of Henri Matisse

      New York, may 20, 1933. (MATISSE, HENRI) Variant of the portrait published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten, (1978), edited by Saul Mauriber. 35 x 28 cm. (Approximately 14 x 10-7/8 inches). Half portrait with artist facing left, in suit. Fine. Atelier stamp on verso, and docketed by Van Vechten in ink, giving the subject of the photograph, the date, and the number of negative and print ("XIII C: 6") . Rare portrait of Matisse

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        Settings and Costumes of the Modern Stage

      London / New York: The Studio Ltd / The Studio Publications Inc., 1933. Near fine in a surprisingly bright, very close to fine jacket with just a tiny nick, a small chip and a quarter-inch closed tear at the bottom of the back panel. Truly a gorgeous copy.. First Edition. Quarto. Seven full color plates and 181 black and white photographs showing many examples of costume and set design from a variety of theatrical productions in many countries including: Great Britain, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Poland, Russia, and the United States.

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        Portrait photograph of Jascha Heifetz

      New York, 3 april, 1933 - (HEIFETZ, JASCHA) Variant of the portrait published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten, (1978), edited by Saul Mauriber. 35 x 27.7 cm. (approximately 13-5/8 x 10-7/8 inches). Half-length portrait. Gelatin silver print. Fine. Docketed in ink on verso, giving the name of the sitter, the date of the session, and a reference to negative and print ("XIV - c - 3")

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        All Men Are Enemies

      London, Chatto & Windus,, 1933. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine gilt. One page torn at affecting the text but without loss. A very good copy. First Edition, First Impression. With the author's signed presentation inscription to the front free endpaper, "Frank from Richard 1933 'Men Without Women'". The recipient was F. S. Flint the poet and Aldington's fellow Imagist.

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        FARMER BOY

      1933. 1. WILDER,LAURA INGALLS. FARMER BOY. NY: Harper Bros (1933), not 1st ed.. 8vo (7 1/4 x 8 1/2", pictorial cloth, Fine with front flap and part of front panel of the dust wrapper. In the third Little House title, the story revolves around Almonzo Wilder's life in New York. Illustrated with color frontis and in black & white by HELEN SEWELL. THIS COPY IS SIGNED BY LAURA INGALLS WILDER on the half title. The owner's grandparents knew Wilder and had her sign this book which they also inscribed to him. Books signed by Wilder are rare.

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        Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, The [First Issue]

      New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1933. First Edition, as stated. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine+. First Issue (silver-blue cloth), one of 5400 copies ("no known breakdown between the [three] various issues"—Wilson). 8vo: [8],310pp, with frontispiece and 15 further photographs. Publisher's silver-blue cloth, spine and upper cover stamped gilt, top edge stained silver-gray; in an unglazed pictorial dust jacket (price-clipped) printed in black and orange, featuring a photo by Man Ray (which is repeated as the frontispiece). A Fine, unread copy, square, tight and unmarked, in a better than Near Fine jacket with brief edge wear, slight toning to spine, few stray spots on back panel. Haas & Gallup XXI. Wilson A20a. From May to August 1933, several chapters of The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas appeared in the Atlantic Monthly. The book was not available until August, and in the United States the first printing sold out by August 22, nine days before the official publication date. At the age of 59, Stein had become a popular success. As she explained in Everybody's Autobiography (1937): "Well anyway it was a beautiful autumn in Bilignin and in six weeks I wrote The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas and it was published and it became a best seller . . . I bought myself a new eight-cylinder Ford car and the most expensive coat make to order by Hermes . . . I had never made any money before in my life and I was most excited. "Gertrude Stein's life-long companion, Alice B. Toklas, is the narrator of this book written by Stein, which describes their life together in Paris from Alice's point of view. Thus, The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas is not, in fact, Alice B. Toklas's autobiography; instead it is Gertrude Stein's idea of what such a book might look like. . . . [It] can also be described as a selective history of artistic and literary developments in Paris in the 1910s and 1920s, [with] witty stories of how Stein and her brother Leo began to collect early paintings by Paul Cézanne, Henri Matisse, and Pablo Picasso . . . first-hand accounts of numerous social gatherings, including the famous banquet for Rousseau given by Picasso and his wife . . . [and, in] one frequently cited story, Alice explain[ing] that, at a dinner party with many of the well know artists in Paris at the time, 'After a while I murmured to Picasso that I liked his portrait of Gertrude Stein. Yes, he said, everybody says that she does not look like it but that does not make any difference, she will, he said.' . . . (The Literary Encyclopedia) 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.

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        The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas

      London: The Bodley Head,, 1933.. Octavo. Original beige cloth, titles to spine and upper board in blue, top edge stained blue. With the dust jacket. Black and white photographic frontispiece by Man Ray, and 15 photographic plates. Spine a little tanned, some light spotting to edges and leaves, top-stain faded. An excellent copy in the somewhat creased and tanned but very presentable jacket. First UK edition of this scarce volume. Inscribed by Cecil Beaton to his close friend Stephen Tennant on the first blank, "Stephen, love, Cecil." Beaton took many photographs of Stein and her friend Alice B. Tolkas, a number of which make up the photographic plates in this volume. In his 1951 Photobiography, Beaton wrote of the couple, saying that he "became a devoted admirer and deeply grateful friend of both Alice and Gertrude, who were like newly found fairy godmothers and gave me so much sympathetic encouragement.

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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (ALS)

      Tuskegee, AL, 9 April 1933. Letter. Normal creases from folding. About Fine. Fine 2-page SIGNED letter on the front and rear of a sheet of Tuskegee Institute letterhead: @225 words to a student addressed as "My very own precious boy, Mr. Davis." A typically effusive letter but with some scientific content as well. In part: "Mr. Ford had decided not to push the project he wanted me to look over.... I have what they need worked out in the laboratory. I want them to see it. I cannot take it all up there." Henry Ford and Carver became friends during the course of the work Carver did for him in using plant weed to produce synthetic rubber and in developing a plastic material from soybeans that Ford used in parts of his automobile. Carver concludes, "Dear, the coconut (cocus nucifera) is propagated almost wholly from the seed, (the nut itself) the young plants come out from the two little eye like spots. The nuts grow in bunches similar to grapes from 12 to 15 in a bunch, at the top of the tree. I dreampt that we were traveling together last night, it seemed to be in some foreign country. I could not tell where." Carver of course is best known for his discoveries of the many products that could be made from peanuts, 325 to be exact, including milk, cheese, instant coffee, printer's ink, vinegar, dyes, soap, and wood stains. He was born a slave and as an infant was stolen and ransomed in exchange for a racehorse.

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        Antike Fresken

      Munchen - Verlag der Marees-Gesellschaft, 1933 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A collection of facsimiles of Roman frescos, edited by Theodor Wiegand. With ten large colour plates and a monochrome plate depicting Romulus and Remus being suckled by a wolf (collated complete). Theodor Wiegand (October 30, 1864 December 19, 1936) was one of the most famous German archaeologists. In 1894 he worked under Wilhelm Drpfeld at the excavation of the Athenian Acropolis. From 1895 till 1899 he excavated the ancient Greek cities of Priene, from 1899 till 1911 Miletus, he took part at the excavations of the sanctuary of Didyma (190511) and of Samos (191011). In Pergamon he discovered, in 1927, the arsenals of the castle at the acropolis and excavated the large sanctuary of Asklepios outside the city. He also finished the excavations at Baalbek in Lebanon and published the results. Condition: In a cloth portfolio binding. Externally sound, though with some marks and light wear rto the extremities. Plates are unbound. Pages are bright and clean. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Planning - a Broadsheet Issued by PEP (Political and Economic Planning) Volume 1 - Vol 32 (i.e. Issues 1 - 498)

      London 1933 - 1966. (Lacking only three issues - 415, 466, 471). An amzing, highly unusual long run of this diverse publication. Volumes 1 - 18 are clothbound, slightly marked and faded but very sound; the rest are in original parts, a few minor imperfections, but overall very good. A quick glance through quickly shows the range of articles : The Use of Statistics (1934). The Fuel problem (1935). The State of the Highlands (1936). The Health Services (1937). The Control of Rivers (1938). London Under Bombing (1941). Refugees in Britain (1944). The Unmarried Mother (1946). Employment of Women. The Opera in Britain (both 1948). The Football Industry. The Gramophone Record - industry and art. (both 1951). Social Security and Unemployment in Lancs (1951). Progress of the Gas Turbine (1953). The Menace of Air Pollution (1954). Graduate Wives (1954). The Cricket Industry (1956). Prospects for Nuclear Power (1959). Young Europeans in England. Housing Associations. Cartel Policies and the Common Market (all 1962). The Parliament of the European Communities (1964). [From the library of the naturalist and conservationist Richard Fitter, whos was a member of PEP for four of its early years.]Political and Economic Planning (PEP) was a British policy think tank, formed in 1931 in response to Max Nicholson's article A National Plan for Britain published in February of that year in Gerald Barry's magazine The Week-End Review. The original members included Nicholson and Barry, the zoologist Julian Huxley, the agronomist Leonard Elmhirst, the financier Sir Basil Blackett, the civil servants Dennis Routh and Sir Henry Bunbury, the research chemist Michael Zvegintzov, and Israel Sieff, a director of Marks & Spencer. Sieff was Chairman in the 1930s, followed by Elmhirst in 1939 and by Nicholson in 1953. It was a non-governmental planning organisation financed by corporations. This prolific organisation was influential in the formation of the National Health Service, World War II and post-war planning, and the development of the African colonies. After the war it shared the offices of The Nature Conservancy in Belgrave Square, London, producing reports such as Opportunities in Industry (1957) and Advisory Committees in British Government (1960). In 1978 PEP merged with the Centre for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP), and became the Policy Studies Institute (PSI). [VERY HEAVY - POSTAGE WILL NEED TO BE INCREASED.].

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        The Farmer's Year. A Calendar of English Husbandry. Written and Engraved by...

      London: Collins, 1933.. First edition, oblong folio, (vi), 54, (2) pp. 12 full page wood engravings and 7 vignettes plus initial letters, patterned endpapers. Original gilt titled green cloth, spine and top and bottom edges faded, light damp staining to the outer edge of both covers, d.w. browned with loss to extremities and some careful strengthening to the reverse.

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        The Water Wheel

      [Ithaca:] Dragon Press, Duffield and Green,, 1933. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Spine rather dull, traces of damp to lower board, contents somewhat browned but a very good copy in the chipped and frayed dust jacket. First edition, first printing. With the author's signed presentation inscription to the front free endpaper: "This one for them Abernathys for having helped me in so many ways, sincerely Julian Mar.7.33." The recipient was Milton Abernathy, the editor of Contempo, a short lived but notable little magazine published in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, from 1931 to 1934, to which Shapiro (as John Sanford) contributed. This was Shapiro's first novel and the only one to bear his real name. John A. Sanford (1904-2003) was born Julian Lawrence Shapiro, but adopted his pen-name to forestall anti-Semitism, taking the name from his protagonist in The Water Wheel. A friend of Nathanael West whom he followed to Hollywood in a less than stellar attempt to become a screen writer, in 1938 he married the far more successful writer Marguerite Roberts. The couple were victims of the McCarthy witch hunt in the 1950s, and their refusal to testify led to their blacklisting in the film business for two decades. Shapiro may be considered one of the least justly neglected greats of American literature. His work was innovative and uncompromising - typically written without hope of popular acclaim, his books remain notably fresh.

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