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        The Return of Chandu [the Magician] (Original Pressbook)

      Los Angeles: Sol Lesser Productions / Principal Distributing Corporation, 1934. Original pressbook for the 1934 film. This feature was not only composed by editing together the first 4 chapters of the same-titled 12-chapter serial (the last 8 chapters were released as "Chandu on Magic Island" in 1935), but in this case the episodes were specifically written so that, spliced together, the result had the pacing and dialogue of a standard 60-70 minute second feature. Producer Sol Lesser developed this approach so that this film could be marketed either as a free-standing feature, as a feature-length first episode, with no loss of continuity or resolution in either case. Alternatively the source serial could be booked in the traditional 12-chapter format. A striking and, in our experience, unique format wherein the 3-color card wrappers open at the center to reveal two separate supplements, Advertising and Publicity. 11 x 17 inches, oversize, 24 pages. Very Good plus condition, quite clean, with some splitting to the edges of the wrappers and a single horizontal fold to each of the two supplements.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Tender is the Night.

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1934. A Romance. Decorations by Edward Shenton. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine gilt. Slight mottling to the cloth, but a very good copy. First edition, first printing. Signed by the author on the front free endpaper. Tender is the Night, which Fitzgerald was hoping would redeem his sagging literary reputation, not to mention his dire financial straits, was a commercial failure and despite being regarded by many now to be Fitzgerald's true masterpiece, its critical reception was tepid at best. With the small label of the booksellers, Hochschild, Kohn, of Baltimore, to the rear pastedown. This enterprising concern, on learning of Fitzgerald's presence in their town, dispatched an employee together with 25 copies of Tender is the Night which the by-then neglected author had agreed to sign. The bookshop assistant returned with just 19 copies, having apparently been "taxed" half a dozen by the great author. This is almost certainly one of those 19 copies.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      London: Chapman and Hall. September 1934. First edition, first printing. First edition, first printing. Publisher?s original snake-skin effect cloth with titles in gilt to the spine, in dustwrapper and retaining the original wraparound band. Housed in a purpose made ribbon pull slipcase. A lovely near fine copy, the binding very bright and square with a bump to the fore-edge. The contents are very clean throughout and without previous owner?s inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the excellent original dustwrapper which has a few tiny nicks at the extremities with some gentle toning of the spine. This copy retains the rare publisher?s wraparound band which has a clean closed tear, with an old tape repair to the reverse and some creasing to the lightly faded spine. A scarce title in dustwrapper, exceptionally so in this original condition. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        1700 Cocktails From the Man Behind the Bar.

      London: William Heinemann, , 1934. Small octavo. Original black leather, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Spine lightly rolled, in the dust jacket with toning to rear panel, chips to ends of spine and corners and lower front edge, short closed tears to rear edges, splitting along front flap edge with archival tape to verso. A very good copy. First edition, first impression. At the time, this collection of both sweet and dry cocktail recipes, was the most comprehensive to be included in one book.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Szabad Iras. No. 1 (February 1934) through No. 2 (May 1934). (All published).

      Altogether 2 issues, 36 pp., of the rare Hungarian art and literary journal, including articles discussing Thomas Mann, the correspondence between Einstein and Freud, theater, film, Socialist culture, poetry, etc., featuring two original woodcuts by Lajos Szonyi and Eva Kepes. Both issues have expertly repaired small tears and are creased in the middle. Budapest (Pannonia) 1934.

      [Bookseller: F.A. Bernett Books]
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        America & Alfred Stieglitz. A Collective Portrait.

      Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc.,, 1934. Edited by Waldo Frank, Lewis Mumford, Dorothy Norman, Paul Rosenfeld & Harold Rugg. With 120 Illustrations. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine in silver, black top-stain. With the dust jacket. 31 plates of illustrations from photographs. Rubbing to corners and ends of spine, light soiling to covers, front hinge cracked and rear hinge weak, in the dust jacket with chips to ends of spine and corners, shallow chipping along rear top edge, toning to rear panel. A very good copy. First edition, first printing. Inscribed on the front free endpaper by Stieglitz, " For Godfrey Lundberg, from Alfred Stieglitz, an American Place Dec. 20/36. As a souvenir of the night at the Place when Mr. Lundberg photographed 7 O'Keeffes and 2 Marrens for the Chicago Tribune. It was a rare pleasure for me to see real competency at work.---a man knowing his job." Lundberg was a staff photographer for the Chicago Tribune who was married to Eleanor Jewett, the art editor for thr Tribune.

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        Doctor Martino and Other Stories

      New York: Harrison Smith & Robert Haas, 1934 - First Edition. One of 360 numbered copies, signed by Faulkner. Spine a little faded, else near fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Co., Inc., A.B.A.A.]
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        Qu'est-ce que le Surréalisme

      René Henriquez, Bruxelles 1934 - Quarto (9 3/4 x 6 1/4"). Original illustrated wrappers and title page by Magritte*. André Breton was a major member of the Dada group and the founder of Surrealism. His work "Qu'est-ce que le Surréalisme ?" (What is Surrealism?) is the complete text of a lecture he gave in Brussels on June 1st, 1934 at a public meeting organized by the Belgian Surrealists. Wrappers slightly age-toned along margin. Pages evenly age-toned throughout. Text in French. Wrappers in overall good+ interior in good+ to very good condition. * This 1934 print edition of André Breton's "Qu'est-ce que le Surréalisme?" features a drawing by René Magritte called Le Viol (Rape). Meant to shock and repulse, Magritte's drawing, which eventually became a painting, features a woman's head whose eyes have been replaced by breasts and whose mouth has become a vagina. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Valleys of the Assassins

      John Murray, 1934. 1st edition. Hardcover. Very nice green cloth, very clean deckle-edge pages as issued, endpaper maps equally clean, folding maps and photographs (the author's own) all present; in a very near fine dustjacket, not price-clipped, some extremity repairs, spine very slightly darkened, else looking very well indeed. A very nice copy of the author's first commercially published travel book, about her explorations in western Iran, scarce in this condition.

      [Bookseller: Shellhouse Books]
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        Sitzendes Mädchen mit Mandoline und Blumentopf. Bunt und gold staffiert, Höhe 12 cm, Gewicht 250 Gramm. Wohl aus der Serie *Galante Kapelle* ( Mandolinenspiel ).

      Meissen - Die Figur unten mit der Schwertermarke gemarkt. ( Die Meissen-Schwertermarke aus der Periode 1934 bis heute in blau, Unterglasur ). Das Mädchen mit schwarzem Hut und hellblauem Hutband, im Blumentopf rechts unten ein Rosenstrauß. Von guter Erhaltung. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Gärtnerkind mit Blumenkörbchen, bunt und gold staffiert. Höhe 13,5 cm, Gewicht 180 Gramm.

      Meissen - Das Gärtnerkind mit mauvefarbenem Hut, rot gestreiftem Hemd und hellblauem Frack. Unten mit der Schwertermarke gemarkt ( vergleiche hierzu auch die ähnliche Figur unter der Meissen-Bestellnummer 900300-60316-1.) ( Die Meissen-Schwertermarke aus der Periode 1934 bis heute in blau, Unterglasur ). Bei der Schwertermarke Reste eines alten Klebeetiketts, sonst guter Zustand. ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Mary Poppins

      Gerald Howe, UK 1934 - 1st Edition 1934. Very un-common. The book is very good and quite bright. Boards lightly soiled and marked in places. Contents are good. pages lighly thumbed and with odd markings. Includes a 1st generation 1st printing facsimile wrapper. More images can be taken upon request.Ref 11269 Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Lasting Words Ltd]
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        Parlons Français.

      - P. Librairie Floury 1934. In-4° broché, sous couverture illustrée en couleurs. Préface de CONSTANTI-WEYER. 37 dessins en couleurs de Paul IRIBE dont 16 H.T et 15 à double page. Tirage unique à 125 exemplaires sur pur chiffon. Rare dans ce tirage. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Homemade Landscape Stereo Views of Philadelphia: Fairmount Park, Wissahickon Creek, and the surrounding areas

      Philadelphia, Valley Forge, etc.. 1934-1953. A collection of 389 homemade stereo cards each with double mounted images. Most of the cards are approximately 5" x 2.5", each holding identical black and white or sepia toned gelatin silver images that are each approximately 2.5" x 2.5". A small number, perhaps a few dozen (mostly earlier cards) are a bit smaller with cards measuring 4" x 3", with the images each 1.5" x 2.25". Additionally there are three cards each lacking one of the images, and in one case, both images are present but the card mount lacking. A modest number of images are detached or a bit loose, but mostly very nice and near fine. The majority, but not all, are captioned and/or dated. Dates range from 1934 to the latest card, dated on New Years' Day 1953 (one dated in 1930, is an an outlier or perhaps misdated). Most are between 1935-1949.A wonderful collection of almost entirely outdoor scenes centered around Fairmount Park and Wissahickon Creek, displaying a fine eye for composition. Many, perhaps a bit more than half, are of lovely and bucolic wintery scenes, including skating, cross-country skiing, a horse-drawn sleigh, winding by-ways and lanes, snow-covered trees, and many other landscapes, with multiple images of Forbidden Drive, Valley Green Inn, and the Springfield and Rex Avenue approaches. Many of the images feature individuals, most of whom are identified. A very small number (perhaps a couple of dozen) seem to be from the general vicinity of Philadelphia and its suburbs (Valley Forge, Rancocas Creek, and Princeton), along with a smattering of, we assume, vacation photos (Washington, DC; Lake George and Buffalo, New York; and Montreal, Quebec).A fascinating and unusually large collection of of early amateur stereo views. .

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      New York: William Morrow and Company, 1934., 1934. First edition. First edition. A fine, bright, tight copy in dust jacket with minor wear to the spine ends. Top edge red color is bright. A very early (the fourth case for Perry Mason). An exceptional copy and a difficult title.

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      Random House, 1934 First authorized US edition, fine in a very good dust jacket, first issue jacket with artist's name on front. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good.

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        Doctor Martino and other stories

      New York Harrison Smith & Robert Haas MCMXXXIV [1934] First Printing (same date on title and copyright pages). 8vo: [8],371,[1]pp. Publisher's navy blue cloth, spine and upper cover stamped in gilt, top edge stained yellow; typographic dust jacket designed by Arthur Hawkins, Jr. and priced $2.50. About Fine (barring collector's bookplate to front paste down and offsetting to pp 90-91 from publisher's postcard laid in), with bright gilt and crisp, clean pages; in much better than Near Fine jacket, spine panel tanned (as typical) and barely rubbed but lettering and design still vibrant. Petersen A16.1.b. Fine-

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        Mr. Parker Pyne, Detective

      New York Dodd Mead 1934 First Printing. 8vo: [vi],246pp. Publisher's orange cloth, the spine and upper cover stamped in black, the top edge stained orange, the fore-edge untrimmed, with decorated endpapers; in an illustrated dust jacket priced at $2.00.A Very Fine copy, square, tight and extremely clean, in a Fine, vibrant jacket, with barely any toning, that appears to have had a sliver of restoration to the top edge. A truly superlative copy, especially scarce in a collectible jacket. Catalogue of Crime 3601. Fine

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        Appointment in Samarra [First State]

      New York Harcourt, Brace 1934 First Edition, so stated, with the publisher's errata slip tipped tipped in between the copyright and dedication pages, denoting the first state. 8vo: [6],302pp. Publisher's black cloth, spine lettered in gold, top edge stained yellow; second-state pictorial dust jacket (with reviews on back panel), correctly priced $2.50. Fine, square and tight (positively unread), pages immaculate; in a Very Good, completely unrestored jacket, marred chiefly by a v-shaped, one-inch loss to head of the spine, affecting the letters 'ntment' and 'rra;' otherwise clean and vibrant. The author's seminal first novel, easily his most desirable and scarcest work. Bruccoli A2.1.a. Modern Library 100, 22. Time 100. Fine

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        I, Claudius : from the autobiography of Tiberius Claudius, born B.C. 10, murdered and deified A.D. 54; [with] Claudius the God and His Wife Messalina

      New York Harrison Smith and Robert Haas [through 1935] MCMXXXIV [1934] First American Editions (no additional printings noted) in First State bindings. Tall, thick 8vo's: 494, with with title page vignette and folding genealogical table of Tree of the Imperial Family and Connexions; 583,[1], with title page vignette and two folding genealogical tables, of the Royal Family of the Herods and of the Tree of the Imperial Family. Publisher's navy blue cloth, spines stamped in gilt, medallions stamped in blind (I, Claudius) and gilt (Claudius the God) on upper covers; pictorial dust jackets, I, Claudius priced $3.00 with "recommended by the Book-of-the-Month Club" decal on upper cover, Claudius the God unpriced and unclipped. (Speculation abounds as to whether this is actually the book-club issue, but aside from the unpriced jacket it is otherwise identical to the first trade edition. What's more, the jacket's back panel contains a list of 40 Smith and Hass titles, all priced, highly unusual for any book-club edition.) An uncommonly bright set, about Fine (evidence of neat, partial book plate removal from upper paste down of Claudius the God), in better than Near Fine jackets without tears or chips but spine panels faded (as inevitably). Higginson A42b and A43b.

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        Beiträge zur logischen Analyse des Wahrscheinlichkeitsbegriffs. Inaugural-Dissertation (Teildruck).

      Jena,Neuenhahn 1934. - 73 S. Obrosch., etw. bestoßen, min. fleckig (Klammerheftung angerostet), Schnitt etw. stockfleckig, Titelbl. mit kl. Knickspur, einige Bl. mit winzigen Eselsohren, insges. gut erh. - Mit eh. Widmung d. Verf. a.d. Titel. Erstausgabe. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Krikl]
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        Fugitives The Story of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker

      Dallas: The Ranger Press, Inc., , 1934. As told by Bonnie's Mother (Mrs. Emma Parker) and Clyde's Sister (Nell Barrow Cowan.) Octavo. Original vermilion cloth lettered in black on spine and front cover, black endpapers. With the dust jacket. Dual portrait frontispiece, tailpiece. Jacket with minor nicks to extremities of spine. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing. Rushed out within two months of the death of the notorious couple in a roadside ambush in Louisiana, this sensational "ghosted" joint biography - drawing credibility but very little new information from the families - was one of the primary sources of the romantic legend of Bonnie and Clyde. A bright copy in the striking pictorial jacket.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Fugitives. The Story of Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker. As told by Bonnie's Mother (Mrs. Emma Parker) and Clyde's Sister (Nell Barrow Cowan.)

      Dallas: The Ranger Press, Inc., 1934 - Octavo. Original vermilion cloth lettered in black on spine and front cover, black endpapers. With the dust jacket. Jacket with minor nicks to extremities of spine. An excellent copy. Dual portrait frontispiece, tailpiece. First edition, first printing. Rushed out within two months of the death of the notorious couple in a roadside ambush in Louisiana, this sensational "ghosted" joint biography - drawing credibility, but very little new information from the families - was one of the primary sources of the romantic legend of Bonnie and Clyde. A bright copy in the striking pictorial jacket. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Postman Always Rings Twice

      Knopf, 1934 New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1934. First edition of Cain?s most significant title. Octavo (7 3/8 x 5 inches; 188 x 127 mm). [viii], 187, [1], [1, blank], [1, colophon] pp. Publisher?s orange cloth with blue-stamped spine outlining the lettering and blue lettering and designs on the front, top edge stained blue. Covers soiled. First edition stated on the copyright page. In dust jacket with the $2.00 price. Overall a good to very good minus copy in an unrestored dust jacket. Previous owner's bookplate attached to front free end paper. See photos. "Cain was one of the masters of American hard-boiled fiction. His first novel, The Postman Always Rings Twice, is a story of a young hobo who has an affair with the wife of a roadside stand owner and plots with her to murder her husband and collect his insurance. In taut, sparse prose, Cain depicts a bleak, amoral society of desperate characters driven by their need for love, however twisted, as well as money." (Benét's Reader's Encyclopedia, 160). Bookplate of Hume Cronyn on the front free endpaper. Cronyn played the role of the lawyer in the first movie version of the book. Glare in photos is from plastic brodart cover. Comes in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

      [Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books]
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        Cossack Girl

      Cassell & Company, 1934. Hardcover. Good. 1934. 2nd edition. 312 pages. No dust jacket. Maroon cloth hardback with gilt lettering. Inscription to fep. Pages are mildly tanned and use marked but ultimately remains clear throughout. Illustrated. Mild tanning to spine. Mild damp patches to cloth. Otherwise a good, firm copy with bright gilt.

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        The Clue of the Broken Locket

      Grosset & Dunlap, 1934 A beautiful copy of the true first printing, 1934A-1 according to Farah, in a near fine dust jacket. Comes in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good.

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        Alice In Wonderland

      London: MacMillan and Company, 1934. Full leather. Two volumes. Octavo. Alice In Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass. Illustrated by John Tenniel. Bound in full blue calf, gilt titles, raised bands, all edges gilt, floral gilt decorations to covers and spines. Fine.

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        The Death Ship

      372 pages. Octavo (8" x 5 1/2") bound in original publisher's black cloth with gilt lettering and pictorial ship to spine and blind-stamped ship to cover with red head page ends and deckle fore-edge in original jacket. First American edition.The first English language edition was published by Chatto & Windus several months before this Knopf appearance, but his is considered the preferred edition as it is Traven's own translation and contains his revisions.The Death Ship (German title: Das Totenschiff) is a novel by the pseudonymous author known as B. Traven. Originally published in German in 1926, and in English in 1934, it was Traven's first major success and is still the author's second best known work after The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. Owing to its scathing criticism of bureaucratic authority, nationalism, and abusive labor practices, it is often described as an anarchist novel. Set just after World War I, The Death Ship describes the predicament of merchant seamen who lack documentation of citizenship and cannot find legal residence or employment in any nation. The narrator is Gerard Gales, a US sailor who claims to be from New Orleans, and who is stranded in Antwerp without passport or working papers. Unable to prove his identity or his eligibility for employment, Gales is repeatedly arrested and deported from one country to the next, by government officials who do not want to be bothered with either assisting or prosecuting him. When he finally manages to find work, it is on the Yorikke, (possibly a reference to the Shakespeare play Hamlet) the dangerous and decrepit ship of the title, where undocumented workers from around the world are treated as expendable slaves. The term death ship refers to any boat so decrepit that it is worth more to its owners over insured and sunk than it would be worth afloat. The title of the book is translated directly from the German Das Totenschiff; in English, they are called coffin ships. In 1959 it was adapted into a film of the same name (also known as Ship of the Dead) directed by Georg Tressler. A copy of the book was seen as part of the drug-induced wreckage of Raoul Duke's Flamingo hotel room in the film adaption of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.Condition:Spine tips bumped some light scattered foxing to preliminary pages. Jacket jagged tear at front flap fold, spine panel tanned, edge wear with some close tears else a very good copy in a very good unrestored jacket.

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        Artificial Production of a New Kind of Radio-Element,’ pp. 201-2 in Nature Vol. 133, No. 3354, 10 February 1934

      London: Macmillan 1934 - Complete journal issue, 4to, pp. xli-xlviii, 189-228. Original printed wrappers (crease to upper corner of front wrapper, closed marginal tear and some soiling to rear wrapper). FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH OF THE DISCOVERY OF ARTIFICIAL (OR INDUCED) RADIOACTIVITY. On January 15, 1934, Curie and Joliot observed for the first time the phenomenon which, under the name of “induced” or “artificial” radioactivity, had been sought since the discovery of the natural radioactivity of uranium by Becquerel in 1896. In the course of their investigations of the positive electron, which had been discovered less than two years before, they found that when certain light elements (boron, magnesium, aluminium) were bombarded with the alpha-particles of polonium, they emitted positrons in large numbers. The discovery of artificial radioactivity was made when Curie and Joliot found that the emission of positrons from the bombarded elements did not cease immediately upon the removal of the source of alpha-particles, but instead decayed according to an exponential law, with a half-life of several minutes duration, characteristic of the substance bombarded. They went on to postulate that, in the case of aluminium, bombardment with alpha-particles results in the creation of a new isotope of phosphorus, which in turn decays into an isotope of sulphur with the emission of positrons (with analogous reactions in the case of boron and magnesium). They concluded: “It has definitely been possible for the first time to create with the help of an external agent the radioactivity of certain nuclei which can continue for a measurable period of time in the absence of the exciting cause”. Joliot and Curie first reported their discovery on 15 January in a note in the Comptes Rendus and informed their colleagues abroad in the note in Nature offered here. The result was immediately accepted, as it had essentially been predicted by Pauli in a letter to Heisenberg on 21 January 1934. Later that year Rutherford described their findings as “the first proof of artificial production of a radioactive element’. In 1935 the Nobel Prize for Chemistry was awarded jointly to Curie and Joliot "in recognition of their synthesis of new radioactive elements". Their method of creating new radioactive substances exhibiting positron-decay should be regarded, Joliot pointed out in his Nobel lecture, as only the beginning of a new epoch extending the wealth of new elements; in this, he referred in particular to the recent experiments of the Rome group under Enrico Fermi, where neutrons were used to stimulate artificial transitions to new elements. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Universities of Italy.

      Bergamo, Istituto Italiano d'Arti Grafiche, 1934, 4to legatura originale in tutta tela a maglia grossa, copertina illustrata, pp. XVI-382 con 180 tavole in nero e a colori fuori testo (31 xilografie di , 47 tavole a colori protette da velina, di E. Bottaro e 112 fotoincisioni). Tiratura numerata, la nostra copia n. 1967.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Piani gia' Naturalistica]
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        TANTO - illustré de photomontages surréalistes.

      1934 - S.l., 1934. Ediçoes Presença. Un volume au format 165X233mm, 15 pages. Edition originale. Jose Régio, ami de Pessoa et co-fondateur de la revue "Presença", fut un des principaux acteurs du modernisme portugais. Publication illustrée de photomontages surréalistes de Julio, et ce, bien avant la formation du premier groupe surréaliste portugais. Rousseurs. Voir photos. (Surréalisme, surealism, avant garde). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        America & Alfred Stieglitz

      New York: The Literary Guild, 1934. Later printing. INSCRIBED by both Alfred Stieglitz and Dorothy Norman. An appreciation and overview of the work of Stieglitz, seeking to place him in the larger context of the burgeoning Modern Art movement in America. The book features contributions from William Carlos Williams, Lewis Mumford, Marsden Hartley, Gertrude Stein, John Marin, Arthur G. Dove, Sherwood Anderson, Paul Strand, Jean Toomer, and others.With 120 black-and-white photos of works by Stieglitz and his peers exhibited at his influential galleries 291, The Intimate Gallery and An American Place. Also with a Stieglitz chronology and a selected bibliography of material related to his life and work.Inscribed by Stieglitz on the front end paper: "For Jack McTurner [?] / in appreciation of / all his kindness to us. / Alfred Stieglitz / An American Place / Nov. 15 -- 1940." Additionally inscribed by Dorothy Norman, one of the editors and the manager of An American Place, as well as Stieglitz's companion: "I am glad that you / are to have this / book 'of Stieglitz'-- /as I am glad that / it exists in the / world. I will be / glad too if it gives / Stieglitz to you in / even more manifest - / ations than at 1710. / Dorothy Norman." ("1710" is a reference to the room number of An American Place at 509 Madison Avenue.)We have not been able to identify the recipient, but copies inscribed by Stieglitz are rare, even more so inscribed by Stieglitz and Norman together. Large 8vo, viii, 339 pages, in an edition issued by the Literary Guild, a book-club imprint of Doubleday, Doran & Company, which also published an edition (perhaps simultaneously). The book states that this is a "First Edition," but the Literary Guild used the Doubleday sheets, so it seems to us that the First Edition designation should be reserved for the Doubleday edition. No matter. The Stieglitz/Norman inscriptions are far more important than whether this is a First Edition.Very Good, with wear to spine-ends, corners and lower edges of boards; faint dampstaining to cloth at head of spine, and light toning to pages. Dust jacket with some chipping to spine-ends and edges; rubbing at joints; flap folds split at joints with some loss but still attached; minor soiling and foxing. Flap corners trimmed. A Very Good copy of an important book, intimately inscribed by two major figures in the history of American art and photography. Gertrude Stein's one-page appreciation was a rush job. According to The New York Times of Nov. 7, 1934, "Miss Stein heard about the book when it was in the last stage of page proof, and was invited to contribute an article. She was allowed only twenty-fours to write it."

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        Les Bréviaires Manuscrits Des Bibliothèques Publiques De France. (5 text vols. + folder with 140 plates, complete edition).

      Paris, 1934 - CXXIII, 352, 479, 479, 487, 346 pages, 140 plates Complete edition still in VERY GOOD condition! 5 text volumes + separate folder with 140 plates. French flaps softcover bound books with slight traces of shelf wear. Dust jackets slightly rubbed. Edges browned. Bindings tight, pages uncut, text and illustrations very clean. mbx Sprache: Französisch Gewicht in Gramm: 15000 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        „Luise“. Dt. Handschrift auf Papier.

      Ohne Ort (Graz), o. J. (um 1934). 8°. Mit einer mont. Orig.-Portraitphotographie. 40 S. auf 40 (davon ein weißes) tlw. losen nn. Bll., Kart. d. Zt. Das Manuskript umfasst 31 Gedichte aus den Jahren 1888-1934, welche wohl auch im Jahre 1934 vom Verfasser in diesem Manuskript niedergeschrieben und seiner Frau Luise (von der auch eine mont. Photographie enthalten ist) gewidmet wurden. Die Gedichte sind betitelt „Mädel im Wind“, „Zeitlos“, „Wanderjahre“, „Wetterwunden“, „Böser Traum“, „Dichtermacht“, „Lebenskunst“, „‚Starke‘ Regierung“ (dat. 7. 7. 1933), „Septembertag“, „Volk“, „Eigenes Jagdrevier“, „Deutsches Schicksal“, „Vaterland“ usw. - Am Ende mit einem Bleistiftvermerk: „Nicht zu veröffentlichen“. - Der in Zagreb (Kroatien) geborene Adalbert von Drasenovich absolvierte das Gymnasium in Graz, studierte 1874 bis 1891 ebenda Rechtwissenschaften und unternahm dann Reisen durch Italien und Deutschland. 1895 war er als juristischer Staatsbeamter in Innsbruck tätig, zog dann wieder nach Graz und wirkte seit 1898 als Ausschussmitglied des steirischen Kunstvereins und der kunsthistorischen Gesellschaft. Er verfasste staatswissenschaftliche, kunst- und literaturkritische Beiträge für verschiedene Zeitschriften, war Kunstreferent des „Grazer Tagblatt“ und Korrespondent für bildende Kunst der „Münchner Neuesten Nachrichten“. Drasenovich veröffentlichte „Sommersonnenwende“ (1923), „Deutsche Weihnachten“ (1925), „Ein Hirschenleben“ (1933) und „Mann und Welt“ (1939). - Etw. gebräunt u. fleckig. Tlw. Knickspuren. - Versand D: 12,00 EUR Drasenovich, Gedicht, Gedichte, Gedichtmanuskript, Gedichtmanuskripte, Brief, Letter, Lettre, Briefe, Autograph, Autographe, Autographen, Autograf, Autografe, Autografen, Signatur, Signiert, Signed, Signature, Unterschrift, Eigenhändig, Handschrift, Handschriften, Manuscript, Manuscrit, ALS, A.L.S., LAS, L.A.S., Manuskript, Manuskripte

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        The Thin Man

      Knopf, 1934 A near fine first edition (so stated on the copyright page) in a near fine dust jacket with the green design (no known priority). Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. Original price of $2.00 still present on front flap of jacket. 1934 ownership signature on front paste down.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

      [Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books]
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        QUADRIVIO, grande settimanale letterario illustrato di ROMA - LA TERZA ANNATA RARISSIMA COMPLETA RILEGATA IN UN VOLUME dal n. 01 del 4 novembre 1934 al N. 53 del 27 ottobre 1935 - , Roma 1934 - 1935, Stabilimento tipografico

      unico volume rilegato mz. tela nera con titoli in oro ai dorsi,. 41 x 57, pagine variabili da 8 a 10 ed anche oltre. Il direttore è TELESIO INTERLANDI con vice LUIGI CHIARINI e segretario di redazione MARIO MORANDI. INTERLANDI, uomo di grande cultura, futuro direttore de LA DIFESA DELLA RAZZA dove confluirono alcuni collaboratori di QUADRIVIO, seppe riunire in questo famoso periodico numerosi scrittori ed intellettuali, che è il caso di riassumere (MUGHINI gli ha dedicato "A via della Mercede c'era un razzista"..). CARLO BERNARD - . VANN'ANTO' MARIO ZANGARA - GIUISEPPE PENSABENE - BINO SANMINIATELLI - GUIDO COGNI - MASSSIMO BONTEMPELLI - LUIGI PIRANDELLO (PREMIO NOBEL 1934 ) - CORRADO ALVARO - LUIGI CHIARINI - MARIO PUCCINI - VITALIANO BRANCATI - VINICIO PALADINI - MARIO SOLDATI - NICOLA MOSCARDELLI - FRANCESCO FLORA - G.G. NAPPOLITANO - CARLO RODDOLO - AURO D'ALBA - ENRICO EMANUELLI - MARIO FUBINI - MARCELLO GALLIAN. UGO BETTI - ARRIGO SOLMI eccetera eccetera. INTERLANDI dedico' molta attenzione alle illustrazioni e si avvalse della fantasia e della grafica dei migliori artsti del suo tempo, che arricchirono tante pagine e scritti. : TAMBURI. GUTTUSO - VINICIO PALADINI (anche numerose composizioni) - NINO BERTOLETTI - ENEA - PASQUALINO - NOTO - ACHILLE LEGA - MILENA BARILLI - SEM - e tanti altr. LA RARA ANNATA COMPLETA VIENE OFFERTA A

      [Bookseller: El Boletin]
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        The Plays

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1934. 12 volumes, octavo. Original dark brown half morocco, pale brown cloth sides, raised bands, titles and decorations to compartments gilt, top edges gilt, others untrimmed, marbled endpapers. Extremities gently bumped, mild offsetting from turn-ins, margins of text blocks slightly toned. An excellent set. Wilderness edition, one of 770 numbered sets signed by O'Neill.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      1934 - SASSOON, Siegfried. Vigils. [Bristol: Privately printed for Douglas Cleverdon], 1934. Small quarto, original half rust cloth, uncut. $6000.Signed limited first edition, number 143 of only 303 copies signed and numbered by Sassoon on the colophon, this copy one of 66 reserved presentation copies and additionally inscribed by Sassoon with his characteristic interlocked double-S initials to Lady Ottoline Morrell, influential member of the famed Bloomsbury group: "O.M. from SS."Recipient Lady Ottoline Morrell, described as a "literary hostess" (ODNB), was friend, muse, and patron to numerous writers and artists, among them Henry James, Bertrand Russell, Virginia Woolf, Aldous Huxley, D.H. Lawrence, and of course Siegfried Sassoon, who lived at the Morrell's Garsington Manor while recuperating from an injury. These 22 poems "were engraved on copper by Charles Sigrist, and printed May, 1934. The frontispiece was designed and engraved by Stephen Gooden." After production of this limited edition, the plates were destroyed. Best-known for his World War I-era poetry, Sassoon was a solitary individual who surprised his friends by marrying Hester Gatty in December 1933, shortly before this volume was published. Rupert Hart-Davis records that Sassoon "longed for praise and recognition, but he was so instinctively reclusive, so unsure of his gifts and afraid of making a fool of himself, that he preferred his poems to appear first in small and expensive limited editions" (Sassoon, Diaries 1915-1918, 10). Keynes A39. Marginal pencil emendation to one poem.Near-fine condition. An excellent association copy of this scarce Sassoon limited edition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      MADRID: EDITORIAL EL SIGNO, 1934 38 p. Very rare copy in very good condition of important work by Spanish Poet Luis Cernuda (1902-1963), a member of the Generation of '27 group of noted avant garde poets. Most pages uncut. Some sunning to cover and edgewear on corners.

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        Goodbye Mr. Chips

      Little, Brown, Boston 1934 - Published June, 1934. First American edition. Beige cloth boards titled in blue. Faintest offset to REP from jacket, top edge mildly dust-dulled with a tiny stain. Original jacket in protective cover with $1.25 price has gentle rubbing to edges. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Thank You, Jeeves.

      London: Herbert Jenkins Limited, , 1934. Octavo. Original buff cloth, titles to front board and spine in red, top edge red. With the pictorial dust jacket. Boards slightly bowed and marked, an excellent copy in the dust jacket with some minor chip and short closed tears to extremities. First edition, first impression. Uncommon in the jacket.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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