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        On ancient Central-Asian tracks: brief narrative of three expeditions in innermost Asia and north-western China.

      Macmillan & Co, 1933. First edition. Based on lectures given at the Lowell Institute, this book reflects on the explorations made by (Marc) Aurel Stein in four expeditions to Central Asia that took him into Eastern Turkestan, westernmost China, and across the Hindu Kush and the Pamirs. His greatest triumph involved => discovery of the world's oldest printed text, Diamond Sutra, dating to A.D. 868, plus 40,000 other scrolls. He received a knighthood for his efforts, which extended over 30 years. Stein's account is accompanied by many illustrations, in both black and white and color. These include a color frontispiece, several fold-out panoramas, and a folding color map at rear, with all color illustrations having intact tissue guards. Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard (sans indicia).

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        On Ancient Central-Asian Tracks. Brief Narrative of Three Expeditions in Innermost Asia and North-Western China.


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        From A View To A Death

      London: Duckworth 1933. 262, (2) pp. Original cloth with gilt lettering to spine and in original pictorial dust wrapper. Small burn mark to spine edge of rear board & slight marks to corners of cloth. Dj slightly marked with minor repairs. Spotting to front endpaper. No ownership names. Jacket not price-clipped. Two pages of publisher's adverts at rear. Fewer than 3000 copies were printed. Scarce in dust wrapper. . Very Good. Cloth. First Edition. 1933. 8vo..

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      Duckworth 1933 - First edition. Original olive cloth with gilt titles. Author's own copy with his bookplate to the front pastedown. A very good copy, slightly cocked with a little wear to the spine ends. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Truffle Eater. By Oistros.

      8vo. London: Arthur Baker, [1933]. 8vo, [19] ff. Printed on one side only, illustrated in b/w with text on each recto. Original pale yellow pictorial boards, slightly soiled. First edition of this early and important attack on Nazism couched in the format of "Struwwelpeter" (1845). Includes "Shock-Troop headed Adolf; The Dreadful Story about Goebbels and the Matches; The Story of the Boy who went out to Burn the Books; The Story of Goering who would not have the Jews; the Story of Adolf Head-in-Air" etc. Baumgartner II.18.

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        The Red and black, Central High School, St. Louis Missouri, Volume XVI January and June 1933 [Yet all experience is an Arch wherethro' gleams that untravell'd world, whose margin fades for ever, and for ever when I move'][Subject: Eero Saarinen Gateway Arch Psychic Precognitive Painting]

      St. Louis, Mo. : Students of Central High School, 1933, 1933. Book. Fine. Hardcover. 272 pp. ; profusely illustrated with artwork, drawings, and photographs ; red decorative cloth, no dustjacket ; ONE OF THE MOST AMAZING PSYCHIC OCCURENCES is preserved in this yearbook. A member of the graduating January class of 1933, GENEVA ABBOTT PATTERSON, (1916-2011) was asked at age 16 to imagine the city of St. Louis in the future, and she amazingly created a watercolor depicting the St. Louis cityscape and INCLUDED THE ST. LOUIS GATEWAY ARCH 15 YEARS BEFORE IT BECAME A CONCEPT IN THE MIND OF ITS DESIGNER, EERO SAARINEN IN 1947! The Gateway Arch was not completed until 1963. ; She added the following prophetic text spoken by Ulysses's wife Penelope from line 24 of Tennyson's Ulysses (1842): "Yet all experience is an Arch wherethro' gleams that untravell'd world, whose margin fades for ever, and for ever when I move" ; Geneva Abbott furthered her art studies at the Hadley Vocational School and became a member of the St. Louis Artists Guild. She worked as a commercial artist for International Shoe Company, and then turned to work as a watercolorist in St. Louis, Hilton Head, South Carolina and Vero Beach, Florida; the previous owner of the yearbook has added commentary and newspaper clippings of happenings to many of the senior class, some documenting the deaths of several in World War II, or by violence in St. Louis. Marriages of many of the women are recorded. Updated addresses and phone numbers of many former students are also added ; The yearbook has numerous articles written by students and show photographs and drawings in illustration. Subjects feature historical information about St. Louis, lists of artists, musicians with details of their lives and work are included ; all the artwork by the students reflects the then current Art Deco trends ; a very rare and historically important volume; and an exceedingly difficult-to-locate Saarinen collectible ; FINE.

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        Virginia Woolf lengthy, corrected, and Anti-Semitic letter

      [London], December 12, [1933]. 8" x 11". "Typewritten Letter, two pages, 8"" x 11"", [London], December 12,[1933] to her nephew, Quentin [Bell]. Virginia Woolf was an English writer who influenced 20th Century writing. She is known for such prominent works as Mrs. Dalloway, To the Lighthouse and Orlando , and A Room of One's Own. The letter has several corrections and a three-line postscript in her hand. It paints a dark portrait of Virginia and her sister, ""Nessa"" (Quentin's mother), along with expressing some of the sentiments of anti-Semitism and malicious talk involving several of the Bloomsbury set, which was a group of literary figures, philosophers, artists, and intellectuals who's opinions and work strongly influenced many areas including literature and feminism. The letter reads:""52 Tavistock Sq Tuesday 12th Dec.""Dearest Quentin,""If you were here today--a very foggy cold day--I should say to you, My dear Quentin, if you will take me, I will come. What to? you may ask. To which I reply, number three Belgrave Square. Who the devil lives there? you would say. And in one word I should reply; a cocktail party given by the Hutchinsons to anticipate their daughters marriage to the richest Jew in Europe. Oysters and champagne cup. But as youre not here, and its foggy, and its gloomy, and Ive no clothes, and cant be bothered to rush out and buy gloves, hat, and shoes, all for a Jew, I sit in my underground vault, with the fog truck on the skylight, writing--oh dear how happy I am not to go! We had the young couple the other night; and they brought a brown bag; and out of this they lifted rubies-- rubies set in diamonds. And we all crowned ourselves with the Rothschild rubies; worth £300,000. Well? Nessa and Duncan came in, and said they made just as good in Regent Street. But the diamonds were nice; like spiders webs--immortal spiders webs; spiders webs made in the valleys of the moon. But Nessa will tell you that she didnt like the flavour of the Jew. Like raw pork, she said. Surely rather an unkind saying? Barbara I like; I think she's flying her litt/e flag gamely; but she'll founder they say; in six months, she'll be looking out of the window, and seeing a trim, spare Englishman, and sighing, Oh if I were back in my native fields. Thats Nessa again.""Yesterday I had [Dame] Ethel Smyth--who adores you, and says youre the image of what she's sought in man all her life, and would marry you, given a dogs change一and Rebecca West to tea. It was a screaming howling party. Old Ethel meanders so. And shes so deaf. And shes so violent. But she is, to give her her due, very shrewd. And she has battered about the world like a buccaneer, and so when Leonard claps his hand on her mouth, she sits silent, for a second. Rebecca is the oddest woman; like an arboreal animal grasping a tree, and showing all her teeth, as if another animal were about to seize her young. This may be the result of having a son out of wedlock. However she is tenacious and masterful and very good company, having also battered about in the stinking underworld of hack writers--people like Priestley, Lynd, Squire, and others so covered with mud one cant name them even. They discussed Mrs Pankhurst, and how she smelt when hunger striking; apparently, if you dont drink you smell horribly after three days. Leonard is at this moment closeted with Lyn Irvine who wants to start a new paper (keep this to yourself) written entirely by her self; and printed on a cyclo stuyle. This is a last effort on her part to speak the truth and make a living. Its come out fortnightly, and give her views on politics, art, letters , life. Would you do a drawing--but she cant pay, and I daresay the first number will only beget three more; and then it will die. Life and Letters is dying. They all die.""We went to Orpheus--the loveliest opera every written--at Sadlers Wells; and there was a congeries of old fogies--Ottoilne hawking and mousing; Stephen Spender, being hawked and moused; Helen. The Russian children; Oliver and a hard featured lady who inspires him with rapture; also a young woman called Lynd, whom I think you might like.""Good bye now, as I am not being very amusing, but then all the time I am feeling, ought I to go Belgrave Square?""What's happening to Malcolm Sargent and his sheets? And the apls your grandfather climbed,?""Virginia.In postscript Woolf has written, ""I suppose you read Roger [Fry]'s Inaugural lecture. I wonder what you thought of it."""

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        Der Deutsche Tierfreund. Unabhängige deutsche Tierschutz-Zeitschrift, begründet und geleitet von Diplomlandwirt Finus * Heft 6, 6. Jahrgang 1936 / Hefte 1-6, 7.Jahrgang 1937 / Hefte 1-6, 8. Jahrgang 1938 / Hefte 1-6, 9. Jahrgang 1939 / Hefte 1-5, 10. Jahrgang 1940

      (noch zu Nr.25313:) . . . Die Anfänge des Tierschutzes in Deutschland, von Reallehrer George Rau - Viehhaltung und Vogelschutz - Die Katze mit Halsband und Glocke, ein Unsinn!, von Eleonore von Madai - gegen den Halsbandzwang bei Katzen! - Die prächtige Tat unserer Kriegspferd-Paten! Die Oberbürgermeister der Hauptstadt der Bewegung (München) und der Stadt der Reichsparteitage (Nürnberg) spenden für unser Hilfswerk zugunsten bedürftiger Kriegspferdebesitzer! -Lebenskamerad Hund, mit Zeichnung von Max Kühne: "Was wir nicht vergessen wollen! Von den 4000 Kriegshunden, die auf deutscher Seite im Weltkrieg an der Front waren, sind mehr als 3000 in treuer Pflichterfüllung gestorben. Nahezu 5000 verwundete deutsche Soldaten sind von deutschen Sanitätshunden gerettet worden" - "Komm, wir wollen wir dir deine Ohren kürzen!" Kürzen der Ohren bei verschiedenen Hunderassen eine Modetorheit (mit Zeichnung) - Tierversuche ein medizinisches Narrentum (Folterung eines Hundes durch einen belgischen Arzt mit Bügeleisen, mit Zeichnung) - tägliche Tierquäler rein: Druckschäden beim Pferd - Staatsrat Dr. Krebs, der Leiter des Reichstierschutzbundes (Foto) - Foto "Der Führer des deutschen Volkes ist ein Tierfreund! Schon am 25. November 1933 hat Reichskanzler Adolf Hitler das deutsche Reichstierschutzgesetz erlassen und damit zu erkennen gegeben, daß im Dritten Reich Tierquälereien nicht geduldet werden. Alle anständigen Menschen können nur dankbaren Herzens hinter den Führer stehen!" - Was kann die Frau für den Tierschutz tun? 6000 Volksgenossen ehren Mensch und Tier! Die mächtige Tierschutz-Kundgebung in Aue (Erzgebirge): großer Bildbericht, u.a. SA- und SS-Reiter am Anton-Günther-Platz in Aue, ebenso Ehrenstürme der Gliederungen der Partei) - Ein Aufruf an HJ. und BDM und an deren Führer - Motive der Tierquälerei, von Hofrat Tierarzt Dr. Alfred Dasch (Amtstierarzt der Bundes-Polizeidirektion Wien) - Deutsche Gesetze werden umgangen, Tiere werden weiterhin gequält! Jüdische Schächter schinden nach wie vor Tiere zu Tode! Die Juden in Deutschland können Fleisch von geschächteten Tieren aus dem Ausland beziehen! Auch heute noch gibt es eine jüdische Reichszentrale für Schächtangelegenheiten in Berlin! Das nationalsozialistische Deutschland fordert: Schluss mit den jüdischen Tiergräueln im Inland, aber auch Schluss mit der Einfuhr von Fleisch von Tieren, die außerhalb unserer Grenzen nach jüdischen Ritus bei vollem Bewusstsein zu Tode geschunden worden sind, von K. H. Finus - Die Erziehung des Kindes zur Tierliebe. Ein Wort an die Mütter! - Unsere herrliche Wehrmacht erzieht uns wieder Pferdepfleger! Erst das Pferd und dann der Mann! Pflege und Behandlung beim Heer, neue Vorschriften des Oberkommandos der Wehrmacht - Schlafstädten und Unterkünfte von Tieren -Tierschutzbewegung und nationalsozialistische Weltanschauung, von Prof.Dr. Max Müller - Streifzüge durch ausländische Tierschutzgesetz - Der Hund ist kein Zugtier. Sein ganzer Körperbau spricht dagegen! Verwendung des Hundes als Zugtier eine Tierquälerei (mit großer Zeichnung) - Schopenhauer unter Tierschutz - Wissenschaft und Vivisektion, von Prof.Dr. Gennaro Ciaburri - Das Pferd, der größte Brüder der Tierwelt - Dokument der grenzenlosen Treue. Besuch auf dem einzigen deutschen Tierfriedhof, von Gerhard Tewes - Schmerzlose Tötung - Vom Kampf der Tierschutzbewegung in Österreich, von Hofrat Dr. Eduard Melkus - Das Martyrium des Jagdhundes - Alte Pferde klagen an - Polizeidiensthund Peter, von Polizeimeister Zittrich, mit Foto "Der Hunde im Manöver. Die Verwendungsmöglichkeiten des Hundes hat fast keine Grenzen. Das Bild zeigt ein Schäferhund, dem die Aufgabe gestellt wurde, Brieftauben an abgeschnittene Frontabteilungen zu bringen" - Wege und Irrwege der tierpsychologischen Forschung - Tierquäler werden frech und handgreiflich - wir fordern: das Reichsgesetz zum Schutz der Kettenhunde . . . restliche Beschreibung s.Nr.25338! - Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung

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        New Lives for Old.

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1933 - Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in green. With the dust jacket. Some minor foxing to edges; an excellent copy in the jacket that has a sunned spine. First edition, first impression. A science-fiction novel. From the publisher's archive. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Every Man a King the Autobiography of Huey P. Long

      NATIONAL BOOK CO. INC., NEW ORLEANS, LA. 1933 - dj preserved in mylar jacket, chip out of bottom right corner of front of dj, 1' missing from foot of spine of dj, 2.75' missing from top of dj, top left corner missing of dj, edges of dj creased and torn, black and white illustrations, black and white plates, some creasing to dj Pp [i]-viii,1-343,(1), frontis + 29 pp plates. Text Illustrations. 8vo, orange cloth, lettered in red to spine and red and black to front board. Contents : 1. Early Community Life.2. Salesman's Life and Study of Law. 3. Lawyer in Winnfield, Louisiana. 4.Beginning the Life of Public Office and "City" Lawyer. 5. Opposition to Parker's Special Interests Program. 6. Head of the Public Service Commission.7. First Race for Governor, 1924. 8. The Toll Bridge Outrage. 9. Campaign for Governor, 1928. 10. A Legislative Struggle. 11. The Lieutenant Governor Does an "About Face." 12. The Impeachment Proceedings. 13. League of Notions. 14. The German Commander Calls - The Green Pajamas. 15. Opposition Continues Its Fight. 16. Campaign for the United States Senate. 17. Extra Session of 1930. 18. Avoiding Bank Trouble. 19. Extending "The Ole War Skule." 20. Another Effort to Take the Governors Office. 21. The Campaign of 1932. 22. Brother and a Family Against Brother. 23. Cotton Reduction Plan - Potlikker Episode. 24. The Newspapers Reverse. 25. Venture as an Author - Degree of Doctor of Laws. 26. Mississippi Elects a Governor. 27. Whence Came the Name: "Kingfish." 28. Arranging to Leave Prison. 29. Sworn in as a Senator.30. The Effort to Spread the Wealth Among the Masses. 31. Beginning Agitation in the United States Senate to Shorten Hours and Limit Fortunes. 32. F.R. B. C. (For Roosevelt Before Chicago). 33. Before and Behind the Scenes at the Chicago Convention. 34. Every Man a King! 35. Disguised Opponents. 36. The Maddened Fortune Holders and Their Infuriated Public Press. Incidental Publicity. DATE PUBLISHED: 1933 EDITION: 343 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cold Comfort Farm

      Longmans, UK 1933 - 1st Edition 2nd Imp 1932. Printed one month after the 1st edition and in the same format. A very bright example. Book is very good+ and bright. Light edge rubbing. Spine a little lightened. Contents good.The wrapper is very good and bright. Edge rubbed, nicked and with a few small closed tears. Spine lightened and with surface rubbing. More images can be taken upon request. .Ref Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Justification for taxation by the Va'ad Leumi, the National Council of the Jewish community in Palestine, is made by its leader, Ben Zvi.

      Palestine, June 9, 1933. 8" X 10". "Typed Letter Signed, ""Y. Ben Zvi"", as head of the National Council, in Hebrew, dated June 6, 1933, one page, with excess margins folded to 8"" X 10"", on Jewish Community of Palestine / General Council (Vaad Leumi) stationery, addressed to the brothers Litwinski in Tel Aviv. In part, ""In the last sitting of the assembly of the representatives decisions were made regarding the manner of taxing and the collecting of tax to provide for the needs of the community: education, health, social care, local and central is clear that until the full realization of the tax system by the communities, the national committee will be forced to continue...the ongoing evaluations. It will automatically stop in the places where the tax system will be implemented...To the existing social work and health care is now added the enterprise of the Hebrew education. Any stop to the income of the National Committee might delay and even fail the ongoing efforts make the Jewish people...capable of providing the essential needs of the Hebrew settlement. We have the honor to declare that the valued at 5 Israeli Lira. / Respectfully, / The National Committee / (signed) Y. Ben Zvi"". Light creasing, punch holes and the usual folds; overall fine condition.The Va'ad Leumi, founded in 1920, was the supreme institution of the organized Jewish community in Eretz Israel and the executive body of the Elected Assembly. Ben Zvi was elected to its leadership, first as a member, later as chairman (1931), and finally as president in 1945. . Initially, the Va'ad Leumi met at least once a year, and its members also participated in meetings of the Zionist General Council. In the 1920s, the Va'ad Leumi fought for legal recognition of its activities. It became less active in politics and concentrated mainly on the internal affairs of the yishuv. In the 1930s, as the yishuv grew, the Va'ad Leumi took on more functions - education, health care and welfare services - and its budget was enlarged. The departments of the Va'ad Leumi included the Political Department, which dealt with relations with the Arabs, ties with the Jewish Agency and negotiations with the British government; the Education Department; the Health Department; the Communities Department; the Rabbinate; and the Social Welfare Department. The Va'ad Leumi was also involved in internal defense and security matters, and organized recruitment to the British forces during World War II. In the 1940s, departments for physical training, culture and press and information were added. When the State of Israel was established, this departmental structure served as a basis for the government ministries. "

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        [ART EXHIBITION ON MOSCOW STREETS] Moskva 1 maia 1933 [i.e. Moscow on the 1st of May of 1933]

      [Moscow]: Tsentr. pervomaiskaya khudozh, podkomissia Mossoveta, [1933]. 48 pp. 17,5x12,5 cm. In original constructivist-style wrappers. Very good, small tears of the spine, diagonal crease of the upper part of the back cover and a few pages. One of 3000 copies. First and only edition. Rare. This edition is dedicated to the profound and well-planned decoration of the city due to a big celebration of the May 1st of 1933 (the first year of the second five-year-plan, piatiletka). The book itself has a laconic geometrical yet catchy wrapper design. The book includes catalogue of all paintings which were presented outside on Gor'ky (Tverskaia), Petrovka, Stoleshnikov and Kuznetsky streets with artists' names, titles and exact places where paintings were installed. All paintings were dedicated to such subjects as geography of USSR, manufacturing and agriculture, military forces and Revolution, etc. The interesting part of the catalogue is a description of squares' decoration. There were 8 decorated squares with different themes. The Red Square decoration was constructed by Stenberg brothers, and the theme was «Long live May the 1st, the holiday of solidarity of the international proletariat!». The main elements of the decoration were two giant portraits of Lenin and Stalin on GUM building and a panel with Pervomai slogans on 4 languages. A monumental sculpture by Kuznetsov was installed on the Lobnoye Mesto. Okhotnyi riad was decorated with «architectural construction» designed by Gustav Klutsis (the theme was «Raise the Banner of Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin») which was installed on the facade of hotel «Moskva». The project was based on the poster by Klutsis on the same subject (printed by IZOGIZ). The idea was to show how closely Stalin's rule connected to revolutionary studies of Marx and Engels. There were 4 panels, on one of them there were depicted fortresses of old world and of new (Dneprostroi). All elements were lit. Decorating of parades and public events in early Soviet history could be considered an art form just like agitprop posters or art. Any information we can gather right now on the designs and the organization of these events is historically and culturally important.

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        Judy and The Magic Rocket

      London (1933): Burns Oates & Washbourne, 1933. First Edition. Paper Boards. Fine Book/Near Fine Dustjacket. B/W Plates By Frank Rogers. Inscribed By Author. 1st Printing 70 Pp. Orange Boards Printed In Green. Very Scarce. One Of The Burns Oates' Nature And Science Series For Children. [Short Records In Her Personal Papers That "1933... Burns, Gates Bombed And Also Their Printing Works At Plymouth. Lost Half The Edition".) Inscribed By The Author To A Close Relative And Dated In The Year Of Issue. Printed Quote On Cover From Lord Baden-Powell: "Any Youngsters Who Are Sensible And Not Little Gumps Will Read This Book With Real Enjoyment." Very Scarce; Three Copies In Ocl/ Worldcat, And I Have Not Seen A Record Of Any Sale Of The Book. Fine Condition, No Wear Or Fading. In Near Fine Dj, Priced 2/, A Little Dusty, Tiny Chip At Top Of Front Panel, 1/4" Closed Tear At Top Of Rear Panel, Almost No Wear.

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        Houses and Gardens

      ''Architecture Illustrated'', 1933, Green Cloth, Book Condition: Very Good, Second Revised Edition. Size: 330mm. x 240mm, 294 pages, colour frontispiece & 11 colour plates, 152 b/w plates with 300+ photographs, plans, elevations. Originally published in 1906 in a smaller format, this the scarce second, revised edition. Publisher's green cloth, with silver titling, decoration to upper board, spine. Some minor wear to covers, spine, front hinge loose, previous owner's name to half-title page, frontispiece loose; some spotting to prelims., and throughout, plates not affected. Uncommon in any condition. Size - 330mm. x 240mm.. [12875/470], Book

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      New York: Covici Friede, 1933. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/No Dust Jacket. Octavo. Second issue. A Very Good+ copy bound in tan cloth with green lettering spine, green rule spine and covers. Owner bookplate front pastedown, front hinge archivally repaired. 325 pp.

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        Portrait photograph of Lee Simonson

      1933. 1 vols. 9-15/16 x 7-1/2 inches. Atelier stamped on verso: Photograph by Carl Van Vechten/146 Central Park West/Cannot be reproduced without permission. Holograph notations in ink giving the subject of the photograph and the number of the negative. 1 vols. 9-15/16 x 7-1/2 inches. Scarce Van Vechten Portrait of Simonson scenic Designer. Lee Simonson (1888-1967), a major force in American scenic design, discovered in his youth what the "painters' and designers' vision could do to revivify the theater." A rare Van Vechten image -- no copy exists in the Library of Congress Collection of Van Vechten photographs. WH/6/17/1

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        Bacchus Behave

      New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1933. Third Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, third printing. Near Fine with toning to pages and faint darkening to spine cloth. In a Very Good dust jacket which is irregularly price-clipped, edge worn, rubbed and unevenly sunned. A striking copy in the scarce dust jacket.

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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. Paperback. 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) .

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        Portrait of Brandeis, Signed by Rutman

      1933. Handsome Portrait of Brandeis, Signed by the Artist Rutman, Herman S. [1889-1952]. [Brandeis, Louis D. (1856-1941)]. [Portrait of Brandeis]. [Washington, DC?, 1933]. 23-1/4" x 18" pencil portrait on arches paper, signed by Rutman, laid down on illustration board. Light toning, small chip to edge near bottom, easily covered by a matte, otherwise fine. Handsome. $500. * Rutman was an artist and illustrator who worked in Philadelphia. Probably based on a photograph, this portrait appears to have been an illustration for a newspaper or magazine. Brandeis was an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court at the time of this portrait.

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        Die Mädelschaft. Blätter für Heimabendgestaltung im Bund Deutscher Mädel Berlin. Januar-Ausgabe 1937 / Folge 1 Bitte beachten Sie Nr. 9 unserer AGB (Druckwerke aus totalitären Staaten / 86 und 130 StGB, Jugendschutzgesetz)!

      Vollständige Ausgabe im original Verlagseinband (Steifumschlag / Broschur / Kartoneinband 8vo im Format 15,5 x 22,5 cm) mit fotoillustriertem Deckeltitel (Foto und Zeichnung eines jungen weiblichen und männlichen Juden, mit der Unterschrift "Ich bin der Geist, der stets verneint"), 32 Seiten, Schrift: Fraktur. Aus dem Inhalt: Programm der NSDAP (Punkte 1,5, 6, 24 in vollen Wortlaut) - Liebe Mädel!, Geleitwort von Liesel Bezler - Führerzitat - Die Rasse ist der Schlüssel zur Weltgeschichte. Das rassische Bild des Juden - Der Ursprung des Händlers - Das Erbteil des zersetzenden Verstandes und der unduldsamen Anmaßung - Die blonden Juden - Das krause Judenhaar - Die Inzucht der Juden - Zitat von Reichsleiter Alfred Rosenberg ("Gierig nach Gütern dieser Welt, zieht der Jude von Stadt zu Stadt, von Land zu Land, und bleibt dort, wo er am wenigsten Widerstand für geschäftige Schmarotzerbetätigung findet . . . Ewig an seine Mission glaubend und doch von vollkommener Unfruchtbarkeit und zum Parasiten verdammt") - Vom Wandel wurden zum Weltbankier. Der Weg des Judentums - Der 1. Schritt zum jüdischen Weltreich (Der Wahntraum vom auserwählten Volk / Die jüdische Sittlichkeit / Die Gesetzesrolle) - Der 2. Schritt zum jüdischen Weltreich (Zerstreuung / Sein Ziel ist das jüdische Weltreich, der Weg dahin geht über die Zersetzung aller anderen Kulturen, Staaten und Ordnungen / Der Weg des Juden in Deutschland) - Zitat von Adolf Hitler ("Den deutschen Fürsten ist es zu danken, daß die deutsche Nation sich von der jüdischen Gefahr nicht endgültig zu erlösen vermochte. Der Führer") - Der 3. Schritt zum Weltreich (Juden-Emanzipation / Materialistische Weltanschauung / Durchdringung der deutschen Berufsstände / Einwanderung der Ostjuden) -1933: der erste Schlag gegen das Weltjudentum - Zersetzung der deutschen Sittlichkeit (Ehre / Erbärmlich im Leben und im Tod ) - Arbeit als Fluch - Der Lehrling des Ehrenthal, von Gustav Freytag - Die Verachtung des Bodens - Joseph enteignet die ägyptischen Bauern - Friedrich der Große schreibt an seinen Kammerherrn nach Pommern - Missachtung der Frau - Die kommunistische Ehe - Das Judentum auf dem Weg zur Weltmacht (Der Plan in Selbstzeugnissen der Juden / Aus dem Alten Testament / Aus dem Talmud / Aus den zionistischen Protokollen / Aus neueren Veröffentlichungen / Der Führer sagt:) - Die Verwirklichung der Pläne (Hochfinanz / Stammbaum des Hauses Rothschild / Weltpolitik) - Unser Abwehrkampf (Säuberung des kulturellen, gesellschaftlichen und sittlich-religiösen Lebens von jedem Einfluss jüdischer Art / Fernhaltung jedes jüdischen Blutes aus dem Volkskörper der Deutschen / Der Fluch des Mischlings) - Reichsbürgergesetz 1935 - Gesetz zum Schutze des deutschen Blutes und der deutschen Ehre 1935 - Begriffserklärung: Ahasver, Arier, Ariernachweis, Davidstern, Ghetto, Mischehe, Pogrom, Schächten, Schulchan aruch, Talmud, Zionistische Protokolle) - Aufbau der Wochenendschulung - Bücher - Vorschläge zur Gestaltung der Heimabende. - Erstausgabe in guter Erhaltung. - Jugenderziehung im Nationalsozialismus, Jungmädel, deutsche Mädchen / Mädel, weibliche Jugend unter Adolf Hitler, Überwindung aller widervölkischen Mächte, Weltherrschaftsgedanke erdacht von jüdischem Rassegeist, Verstümmelung der Schöpfung durch tote Gleichheit des Judentums, das rassische Bild des Juden, körperliche und seelische Juden-Kennzeichen, der Jude ein heimat- und wurzelloser Allerweltsbürger, Juden-Inzucht, geschäftige Schmarotzerbetätigung, Ahasver als Sohn der Satan-Natur, zum Parasiten verdammt, Judenherrschaft des Novembersystems von 1933, zersetzende Wirkung des jüdischen Charakters, Säuberung des deutschen Lebens von jüdischer Art, ostpreußischer Adeliger: Vernichtung des Bluterbes seines Hauses durch Einheirat einer Jüdin, Antisemitismus, Antijudaismus, scharfer judenfeindlicher Standpunkt NS.-Schrifttum, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung

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        Recueil de questions, proposées à une société de savants, qui par ordre de Sa Majesté Danoise font le voyage de l'Arabie.Amsterdam, S.J. Baalde; Utrecht, J. van Schoonhoven & comp., 1774. 4to. Set in roman type with incidental Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Syriac and 1 word in Coptic. Near-contemporary tanned sheepskin, gold-tooled spine.

      Chadenat 1933; Gay, Bibl. de l'Afrique en de l'Arabie 3366; STCN (3 copies); Macro, Bibliography of the Arabian Peninsula 1593. Hans Bernhard Merian's French translation of Michaelis's Fragen an eine Gesellschaft gelehrter Männer (1762), prepared during the early stages of Carsten Niebuhr's Danish expedition to the Middle East. It is the first edition in any language to be printed in the Netherlands. Johann David Michaelis, a famed German Orientalist and theologian, was one of the scholars who prompted the important Danish expedition to Egypt, Arabia and Syria (1761-1767), led by Carsten Niebuhr. Michaelis hoped to investigate the relationship of the southern Arabic dialects to Hebrew, and to verify obscure botanical and zoological information in the Bible. For this purpose he composed the present 100 "questions". It includes the instructions for the expedition by Frederick V of Denmark, a 35-page account of Yemen and an extract of Carsten Niebuhr's account of Arabia (not included in the first French edition of 1763). Back of first free endleaf with traces of removed bookseller's(?) ticket. With an occasional small rust spot, but otherwise in very good condition and only slightly trimmed, leaving large margins. Binding with minor suface damage and wear at the hinges and extremities, but otherwise also very good. Important preparatory studies concerning Egypt, Arabia and Syria, written and first published during the early stages of a voyage.

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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 Arthur Rackham Fairy Book

      London: George G Harrap, 1933. Hardcover. Collectible; Acceptable. Arthur Rackham. Hardcover; English language; No jacket; First Edition; 8vo - over 7.75" - 9.75" tall; Illustrator: Arthur Rackham; a fair reading copy; darkening to spine and some light discolouration to board edges; gift inscription (dated Xmas 1933) on front endpaper; light foxing to vertical page edges; pages generally very clean. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent Royal Mail airmail.

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        Correspondance Corrado Cagli

      1933-1966 1933 - Corrispondenza tra Corrado Cagli e la Contessa Anna Laetizia Pecci Blunt, che comprende 14 lettere autografe spesso firmate anche dall'artista Mirko, 3 cartoline e una ricevuta: • L.A.S. s.d.n.l. con busta da lettera. Roma, 11 giugno 1933. Due pagine, 21x26cm. Perfetto stato. Lettera di resoconto di viaggi e ringraziamento dei "biglietti da mille che mi hanno tolto subito molte seccature delle quali non volevo occuparmi", con nota finale di Mirko. • L.A.S. . Roma, 17 maggio 1935, con busta da lettera 15x12cm. Una pagina, 21x26cm, recto e verso, con schizzo ad opera dell’artista con soggetto i tre magi e la stella cometa, riferimento alla Galleria della Contessa. Lettera firmata anche dagli artisti Mirko e Salvadori. Lettera di resoconto dello stato di salute di Mirko e della mostra di Janni. • L.A.S. Roma, 18 maggio 1935. Una pagina con busta da lettera e nota finale con i saluti di Mirko. Perfetto stato. Dopo la battaglia di San Martino "non aveva toccato più il pennello", e dopo questo periodo di pausa dipinge l’Orfeo e lo dedica alla Contessa. • L.A.S. Roma, 11 giugno 1935. Una pagina, recto e verso. Perfetto stato. • L.A.S. Roma, 12 giugno 1935 con busta da lettera. Una pagina recto e verso con le firme di Mirko Masaldella, Libero de Libero e di altri artisti (firma non facilmente decifrabile). Perfetto stato. • L.A.S. Roma, 4 settembre 1935 con busta da lettera. Una pagina firmata da Cagli e Mirko. Perfetto stato. • L.A.S. s. l. Pasqua 1936 con tre schizzi di Cagli con la nascita di un pulcino da un uovo divisa in tre scenette, come augurio di buona Pasqua. Lettera di una pagina, firmata da Cagli e Mirko. Perfetto stato. • C.P.S. inviata da Milano, 10 giugno 1936. Firmata da Cagli, Guttuso, Tomea, Salvadori. • L.A.S. s.l.n.d. di una pagina con busta da lettera. Roma, 17 aprile 1936. Perfetto stato e con una nota di Libero "io sono arrabbiatissimo con Mimì". • C.P.S. 14 agosto 1936, firmata anche da Mirko. Inviata da Forte dei Marmi, ove erano in vacanza Cagli, Bontempelli e Mirko. • C.P.S. di saluti inviata da Como. 31 agosto 1936 firmata da Cagli, Mirko, Paola e Massimo con inchiostro verde. Modifica dell’indirizzo della Contessa con inchiostro rosso. • L.A.S. s.d. inviata dallo studio di Salvadori di Milano, con busta da lettere dal cui timbro si capisce la data di spedizione: 16 ottobre 1936. Una pagina. Perfetto stato. • Documento dattiloscritto firmato: ricevuta che attesta che Cagli riceve 15mila lire dalla Contessa a titolo di prestito, cifra da restituire in 5 mesi. Roma 10 luglio 1936. Una pagina con in filigrana al centro del foglio una corona con il globo terraqueo e una croce e le sigle della contessa CABM. Perfetto stato, con una macchia di inchiostro centrale. • C.P.S. indirizzata alla Contessa Pecci Blunt. 2 ottobre ’35. Firma di non facile interpretazione di un altro artista. Di passaggio a Terni, Corrado Cagli fa un sopralluogo per vedere la fontana di Piazza Tacito, di cui ha realizzato i mosaici in pietra naturale e che sarà inaugurata il 21 aprile del 1936, oggi oggetto di accesi dibattiti sull’incuria in cui versa l’arte e sulle modalità di restauro. • L.A.S.s.l.n.d. con busta da lettera. 31 luglio 1937. Una pagina. Perfetto stato. • L.A.S. indirizzata a Cecil, marito della Contessa Pecci Blunt. Camp Saint Louis, 7 settembre 1941. Una pagina (17.26 cm) in perfetto stato, in cui aggiorna i coniugi dei suoi ultimi disegni per la nota rivista "Life" e della mostra che si terrà al museo di Hartford. • L.A.S. di 3 pagine, recto e verso. Roma 18 giugno. • L.A.S. Oakland, 31 dicembre 1941. Una pagina, 19x26 cm, in cui approfitta per dare gli auguri di buon anno e annuncia la sua partenza per la guerra il primo febbraio. perfetto stato. • L.A.S. Roma, 15 luglio 1966. Una pagina. Perfetto Stato. "Cagli svegliò i morti" scrive Guttuso nel 1951. Negli anni ’30 Cagli cavalca l’onda del successo, soprattutto negli ambienti romani. Si era fatto notare già nel ‘27 con due pitture murali a tempera in Via Sistina e in

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        The Savoy Cocktail Book. Being in the main a complete compendium of the Cocktails, Rickeys, Daisies, Slings, Shrubs, Smashes, Fizzes, Juleps, Cobblers, Fixes, and other Drinks, known and vastly appreciated in this year of grace 1930, with sundry notes of amusement and interest concerning them, together with subtle Observations upon Wine and their special occasions. Being in the particular an elucidation of the Manners and Customs of people of quality in a period of some equality. [Signed]

      London: Constable, 1933. Early Reprint. Hardcover. Fine. Second Printing of the Second Edition, new and enlarged (pp. 282-86 list "New and Additional Cocktails"), of this classic mixology guide. Signed by Craddock, in very elegant script, on copyright page: "Here's How! / Harry Craddock / December 10, 1934." 8vo: 287,[1]pp. Publisher's finely woven tangerine cloth, spine and upper cover lettered in black, decorative end papers; wanting the dust jacket. Presented in two parts: Cocktails and Wines with an introduction by "Colette." A superlative example, square, tightly bound, internally fresh and bright, virtually pristine, with the author's scarce autograph. First published in 1930, three years before this new and enlarged edition (complete with all of Gilbert Rumbold's stylish color illustrations from the first edition). A compendium featuring some 750 of Craddock's popular classics, including the famous Corpse Reviver #2, which he invented, and the Dry Martini, which he popularized. Craddock decamped to London's Savoy Hotel after Prohibition put a crimp on his career in the United States. His bar book was one of the first to not only list drink recipes but also to provide a wine guide. (Craddock contended every good bartender possessed a solid wine knowledge.) It is a fascinating record of the cocktails that set London alight in the years between the Wars. The legendary Savoy opened in 1889; César Ritz was its first manager, and Auguste Escoffier created its fine cuisine. N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        XXI Welsh Gypsy Folk-Tales Collected by With Engravings on Wood by Agnes Miller Parker

      Newtown: The Gregynog Press, 1933. Limited edition,no. 67 of 235 copies from a total edition of 250 copies, large 8vo, xi, (iii), 108, (2) pp. 8 wood engraved illustrations and a small press device. Original gilt titled Welsh sheep, some mild rubbing to the top of the spine a few minor marks, light browning to spine otherwise a handsome copy. The second title Parker illustrated for Gregynog, bound especially in "a gypsy colour". Harrop 27, pp121-2.

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        Jeunesse. 12 vernis mous coloriés tirés à 60 exemplaires réservés aux Amies de l'Artiste.

      Ohne Ort u. Verlag 1933. - 4°-quer Motiv-Grösse (14 x 18 cm). Titelblatt und |12 Büttentafeln mit kolorierten Radierungen|. Lose eingelegt in einen Umschlag mit Fronttitel und Deckelillustration. Orig.-Pappmappe mit montierter Deckelillustration. Sehr rares Mappenwerk von A. Collot, der als Künstler nicht genannt wird. Es erschien in nur 60 Exemplaren; gedruckt auf Arches-Bütten, exquisit koloriert. In diesem ausgesprochen erotischen Werk sind die sexuellen Erlebnisse junger Mädchen das Thema. Ob sie sich nun mit Feder oder Kegel verlustieren, oder mit Freundinnen, oder mit Männern und was man sonst noch so nehmen kann. Mappe berieben, Kanten beschabt. Innenflügel hinterlegt. Leicht gedunkelt und minimal fingerfleckig. Dutel 1786. Simonson, Midi, 176. ------------ 12 plates of handmade paper with colored etchings. 4vo. Orig. Wrappers with title on cover and a coverillustration. Very rare portfolio by A. Collot, who is not mentioned as artist. One of 60 copies only, printed on Arches-paper and fine colored. This portfolio describes the sexual experiences of young girls. Wrappers a bit rubbed and edges bumped. Slightly fingerstained. Dutel 1786. Simonson, Midi 176. -------------------------[Collot, André]. Jeunesse. Sans lieu ni éditeur [1933]. In-4 oblong. 12 planches de papier à la forme avec eaux-fortes coloriées sous passe-partout. Dans un portefolio cartonné avec titre. André Collot n'est pas mentionné comme artiste. Il ne parut qu'à 60 exemplaires. Ces eaux-fortes montrent les plaisirs sexuels de jeunes filles qui jouissent avec diverses objects variés, avec une amie ou même avec un petit chien. Dutel 1786. Simonson, Midi 176. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Volets clos.

      Marseille, Editions des Accoules, 1933. - 4°. Plattengr. d. Radierungen: 17,5 x 13 cm). 2 Bll. und lose 10 Tafeln mit eindeutig erotischen Orig.-Radierungen. Orig.-Broschur mit Fronttitel. Original-Ausgabe. Gedruckt in nur 90 numerierten Exemplaren "pour quelques anciens habitués". Diese sehr seltene Folge von drastisch erotischen Radierungen erinnert in Stil und gekonnter Ausführung an Leon Courbouleix. Dargestellt sind diverse Liebesspielchen und -praktiken, gerne in Dreier-Konstellation, auch mal mit Peitsche oder Nadeln oder 'golden shower'. Broschurrücken mit Einrissen (hinterlegt mit feinem Japan). Innen durchgängig stock- bzw. braunfleckig. Nicht bei Pia. Dutel 2635. Rarissime. ------------------------ Volets Clos. Marseille, Editions des Accoules 1933. In-4°, couverture rempliée avec titre en noir. Recueil de 10 eaux-fortes, très libres, en noir. Tirage limité à 90 exemplaires "pour quelques anciens habitués". Dos de la couverture avec petites déchirures, restaurées avec papier japon. Planches avec rousseurs. Rarissime, inconnu à Pia. Dutel 2635. ------------------ |English description available on request.| [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Original drawing: “Little Red Riding Hood” for The Arthur Rackham Fairy Book.

      1933. The original pen and ink drawing by Rackham, 6 x 4.25 ins., matted and framed, in perfect condition. Signed drawing depicting Little Red Riding Hood meeting the Big Bad Wolf, from page 266 of The Arthur Rackham Fairy Book.

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      Delphic Studios, 1933, Hardcover (in Slipcase), Book Condition: Near Fine Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, First Edition. BRUEHL, ANTON. Mexico, New York: Delphic Studios, 1933. Folio, Copy No. 1 of an edition limited to 1,000, unpaginated with 25 collotype plates, tan linen boards quarter-bound in black morocco, rebacked, slipcased. Parr & Badger, V.1, p. 81: "The images are close in style to those made by Paul Strand in Mexico in 1932-4, although Bruehl's pictures do not display the sense of suffering that colors much of Strand's work. ... The book is an interesting demonstration of the kind of formalist modernism that does not even pretend to make any social analysis of what is being photographed." Scarce. Condition of this book: Slipcase repaired, fine, preserving original graphics. A few small chips in front lettering, images fine. Size: Large Folio (bigger than A3). Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Mexico; 1930s; Photography. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 53473.

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        Man Into Woman; An Authentic Record of a Change of Sex

      Dutton, New York 1933 - 8vo. [xii], 288 pp. Illustrated. Cloth, gilt, without dw, good copy. (42342). Introduction by Norman Haire. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Atom And Cosmos:The World Of Modern Physics

      New York: The Macmillan Company, 1933. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/No Jacket. Signed by Author(s). 2nd Printing 300 Pp. Blue Cloth, Gilt. Near Fine,Cover Gilt Brilliant, Spine Gilt Strong But Not As Bright, Wear Along Top Edge Of Spine. Signed By The Author And Dated In 1944, With Some Light Perncil Underlining And Marginal Gloss By The Recipient.

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        The Noble & Joyous Boke Entytled Le Morte Darthur.

      Oxford: Printed at the Shakespeare Head Press and published for the press by Basil Blackwell,, 1933. Notwythstondyng it treateth of the byrth lyf and actes of the sayd Kynge Arthur: of his noble knyghtes of the Rounde Table, theyr merveyllous enquestes & adventures, thachyevynge of the Sanc-Greall & in the ende the dolourous deth: and departynge out of this worlde of them al. Which boke was reduced in to Englysshe by the well dysposyd knyghte Syr Thomas Malory. 2 volumes, quarto (258 x 178 mm). Original red half morocco, white cloth sides, titles gilt to spines, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Text printed in red and black, in two columns. Wood-cut headpieces, with tissue-guards. Slight rubbing to extremities, a little wear to very tips, boards lightly soiled; a very good set. First edition thus, limited issue, number 220 of 370 copies, of which 350 were released for sale. This work is printed in old English from the 1498 edition of Le Morte Darthur published by Wynkyn de Worde, a copy of which was held at the time in the John Rylands Library in Manchester. Completed by Malory in prison by 1470, the Morte Darthur was first published by Caxton in 1485 and reprinted by Wynkyn de Worde in 1498 and 1529.

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        Saracenic Heraldry. A Survey.

      Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1933 - Quarto. Original green cloth, title gilt to spine. With price-clipped dust jacket. The jacket a little rubbed and soiled, with a few minor edge-splits and chips, but overall a very good copy of this handsome production. 71 plates from photographs, illustrations to the text, some full-page. First and only edition of an important study, never superseded, which in fact "remains the only authoritative work on the subject" (obituary, Rice & Hirschberg, Ars Orientalis, IV, 1961). Mayer was born in Galicia in 1895, studied in Vienna, Lausanne and Berlin, and emigrated to Mandate Palestine in 1921 where he was employed in Department of Antiquities. He rose to become Director of Archives, before leaving to become the first Sir David Sassoon Professor of Near Eastern Art and Archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1932. From 1943–5 Mayer served as rector of the university, and from 1940 to 1950, he was president of the Israel Exploration Society and was honorary president of the Israel Oriental Society. Mayer died in 1959. A print-out of the AO obituary, which includes an exhaustive of Mayer's works, is laid in. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      Arthur Barker, Ltd., London 1933 - (Nazi Interest) TRUFFLE EATER. BY OISTROS. PRETTY STORIES AND FUNNY PICTURES. [London]: Arthur Barker, Ltd., [1933]. First edition. 4to - 7-1/2" x 10". Color pictorial pale yellow paper covered boards with an image of Hitler as Heinrich Hoffmann's Struwwelpeter on the upper board with the slightest amount of soiling and wear for a lovely copy of the book. [19] leaves printed on rectos only. Verses by Humbert Wolfe and pen and ink drawings within text by Archibald Savory in this anti-Nazi Struwwelpeter parody. A superior copy. The condition of the book is NEAR FINE. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Qu'on S'Explique. Postface au "Voyage au bout de la nuit"

      first edition printed at only 40 copies, one of the 5 copies numbered on Holland paper, only large papers with 1 Japan.These copys appeared under special orange cover.This is the second volume of the collection of the "Hat of aromatics" which counts fourteen. The name of this collection refers to the boxes executed by a cabinetmaker designed to receive the 6 series of large papers.It should be noted that there are two complete collections on Holland paper, leaving only three separate copies available from this extremely rare text which follows the Voyage at the end of the night and which is only after a few months. A la lampe d'Aladdin Liège 1933 9,5x13,5cm broché

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        Glibson. The Great Blabit of Banking & Financial Boobery.

      Farrar & Rinehart, New York 1933 - Handsomely bound in finely woven blue cloth stamped brightly in gold on the front boards and the spine. Very clean and tight throughout. Printed on heavy stock, clean thick white paper. Hinges are very tight. Red topstaining. In a very good minus dustjacket with the original price of $2.50 at the top of the inside front flap. Light edge-wear and chipping; with a fingernail-sized chip at the bottom of the spine and some light bluish-green staining along the left edges and the botom of the rear panel; this staining or bleeding appears to have come from another book which was up against the dustjacket. The front inside flap has a few light vertical creases. With the striking front panel printed in gold with a colorful portrait of Glibson. An attractive copy of this early banking exposé which has become scarce in dustjacket. "Meet Mr. Glibson! Glibson is a boomtime banker, who's glided through the Depression and still lives high, wide and handsome.He's a choice flower plucked from our weedy industrial garden.You've got a Glibson in your town.We've got a Glibson in our town.There's really nothing crooked about Glibson. His great fault is that he knows the platitudes and uses them. This is the story of how he became the great Blabit of banking. It is the most withering portrayal of financial boobery in high places that has ever appeared in print. It is savage, ruthless, funny, wise, and courageous.Tichenor writes with the vigor and frankness of Sinclair Lewis." (From the front inside dustjacket flap) First Edition with the F&R colophon on the copyright page [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brainerd Phillipson Rare Books]
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        Storia del risorgimento e dell'Unità d'Italia

      Milano: Rizzoli, , 1933. Rilegato, rodoide (hard cover, rhodoid dust jacket). Ottimo (Fine). 7 volumi con oltre 5.740 illustrazioni. Vol. I, Dalle origini ai moti del 1820-21 e al Congresso di Verona - Vol. II, Da dopo i moti del 1820-21 alle elezione di Papa Pio IX (1846) - Vol. III, Dalla elezione di Papa Pio IX (giugno 1846) all'inizio della guerra d'Indipendenza (marzo-aprile 1848) - Vol. IV, Dall'inizio della guerra del 1848 nell'Alta Italia all'armistizio Salasco - Vol. V, Dall'armistizio Salasco alla fuga del Papa dallo Stato Romano e alle agitazioni per la Costituzione italiana - Vol. VI, Dal Ministero Gioberti alla battaglia di Novara; I dieci giorni di Brescia e la difesa di Venezia; La pace e il Piemonte dopo Novara - Vol. VII, Il 1849 parte seconda: Governo democratico e Restaurazione in Toscana - La Repubblica Romana - La Reazione nel regno delle Due Sicilie. Opera pubblicata dal 1933 al 1960. 8vo (cm. 27,50 x 20,50). pp. 6636 compl. Ottimo (Fine). Dorso con piccolo spacco (ligh cracking spine) al vol. I, piccola mancanza al piatto del Vol. II, pagine brunite ai margini (Pages slightly browned to edges), una sovracc. riparata con nastro adesivo (small tear to dust jacket). Prima edizione (First Edition).

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        Science And Sanity: An Introduction To Non-Aristotelian Systems And General Semantics (First Edition, Second Printing, In Dj)

      Lancaster: International Non-Aristotelian Library Publishing Company / Science Press Printing Company, 1933. First Edition, Second Printing. Blue Cloth. Very Good +/ Near Fine/Good DJ. 2nd Printing 798 Pp. Blue Cloth, Gilt. Second Printing, With The Addition Of Comments And Excerpts From Reviews, Mostly Long Paragraphs, From Prominent Scientists Etc., Printed On Full-Depth Flaps And The Reverse And Back Panel Of The Dj: Bronislaw Malinowski, Calvin H Bridges, C. M. Child, H S Jennings, Raymond Pearl, David G Fairchild, W. Horsley Gantt, Edward L. Hardy, Cora L. Williams, William Morton Wheeler, E. T. Bell, Bertrand Russell, B. F. Dostal, Judson Herrick, William H Wilmer, P W Bridgman, Roy J Kennedy, Ralph S Lillie, Horatio B Williams, Philip S Graven, John A P Millet, M Tramer, William Allison White. A Little Loss Of Spine Gilt, Which Is Otherwise Bright And Readable. Dj Worn, Light Chipping At Corners, 1" X 3/4" Chip At Top Of Spine Removing "Nce" In Title, But No Other Loss Of Lettering Or Design, No Stains, Nearly Invisible Split Along Front Spine Edge. Scarce In Dj; Pre-1950 Jacketed Printings Are Becoming Uncommon.

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books]
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