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        Letters from Shimane and Kyushu

      The Sunward Press, Kyoto 1934 - 71pp. Quarto [27 cm] Mulberry silk boards with a paper title label on the spine and a grey bird design on the front board. In a tan stiff card slipcase with decorative gilt stamped flecks. Very good. Minimal wear to the extremities. There are a couple of labels adhered to the limitation page, and the rear pastedown. The slipcase is in very good condition, with some light wear, minor soiling, and lightly bumped corners. The Letters first appeared in Japan Weekly Mail. This edition gathers them all together and was privately printed in an edition of 100 copies for Dr. Sanki Ichikawa. Cover and internal illustrations by Keisuke Serizawa. Number 79 of 100. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Album of Original German Wine and Liquor Labels

      NP n/d - Elephant folio. 159pp. 3/4 ivory cloth over blue paper covered boards. Rare and fascinating collector album containing thousands of original German wine, liquor and fruit juice labels collected from 1934 to the 1960's. All these labels are tipped-in and classified according to their origins and many bear the date stamp of the day they were purchased. Binding rubbed along edges and slightly age-toned/soiled on boards. Some age-toning along edges of paper (not affecting labels). Pages somewhat rippled. Captions in German. Binding in overall good, interior in good+ to very good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Burmese Days

      New York: Harper & Brothers,, 1934. Octavo. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in black morocco, titles and decoration to spine, raised bands, single rule to boards, marbled endpapers, twin rule to turn-ins, gilt edges. A fine copy. First edition, first printing of Orwell's second book and first novel. Orwell's book, the result of five years service as a police officer in the Indian Imperial Police in Burma 1922-7, was initially rejected by Gollancz amid concerns that this caustic critique of colonialism might be considered libellous to those portrayed, so it was first published further afield in America.

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        I, Claudius: From the Autobiography of Tiberius Claudius, Emperor of the Romans born BC 10 murdered and deified AD 54

      Arthur Barker, London 1934 - Hardcover. First Edition. A masterpiece of historical fiction, ranked in some surveys as one of the best novels of the twentieth century. In very good condition in black cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Light spotting to boards and light wear to edges. Previous owner's bookplate to front pastedown and note in pencil to front free endpaper. There is offsetting from an article that is no longer present on the front endpaper and front flap of the jacket. Minor foxing to endpapers. There is a foldout family tree at the rear of the book. In blue illustrated dust jacket with white title to spine and front panel. The jacket is in three pieces with small chips to the spine ends, edges, and hinges. Browning to spine of jacket. A nice copy despite noted wear. 494 pages. LIT/052511. Very good in a good dust jacket [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Make It New. Essays.

      London: Faber and Faber, 1934 - Octavo. Original green cloth, spine lettered in gilt, top edge purple. With the dust jacket. Bookplate to the front pastedown. Spine rolled, contents slightly toned; an excellent copy in the jacket that has a toned spine and edges, with some nicks to the extremities. First UK edition, first impression. Published in the US a year later. Gallup A36.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Doctor Martino and Other Stories

      New York: Smith and Haas. 1934. First. First edition. Fine, and with the slightest of the seemingly inevitable fading to the spine, without dustwrapper as issued. Copy number 1 of 360 numbered copies numbered and Signed by the author. With a letter from an antiquarian bookseller detailing provenance: purchased directly from Dean Faulkner Wells, who had inherited it from her grandmother (and Faulkner's mother) Maud Falkner (the author added the "u" to his surname as a young man). A lovely copy, and a reasonably important association. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        18 POEMS

      London: The Sunday Referee and The Parton Bookshop, [1934].. Gilt cloth. Endsheets and fore-edges somewhat foxed, else a nice copy (with spine gilding still bright), in similarly foxed printed dust jacket with two tiny chips and tears at the spine ends and one chip at the lower edge of the rear panel. Half morocco slipcase and chemise First edition, first state of the binding, of the author's first book. A total of 500 sets of sheets were printed, of which 250 sets were bound up in December of 1934 in this fashion, and the remaining 250 sets of sheets in February, 1936. This copy is signed by Thomas in the upper quadrant of the free endsheet, and has a gift inscription incorporating that signature: "To Ethel from Bert, and Dylan Thomas ... Xmas 1934." "Bert" was Albert Lancaster Lloyd (1908-1982), the prominent British folklorist, singer and Communist activist who, in the late 1930s, was commissioned by the BBC to undertake documentaries on sea-faring life and the rise of Nazism in Germany. He co-edited THE PENGUIN BOOK OF ENGLISH FOLK SONGS (1959) and was a key figure in the folksong revival of the 1950s and 1960s. Laid in is a brief note of presentation, signed "Bert," noting that "Dylan's stuff ... [is] the best young poetry there is; better even than George's [Barker?] or David Gascoyne's. He signed [the book] specially for you." "These first poems (very uneven) shattered for those who discovered them the whole revolutionary optimism of the 'thirties" - Connolly. ROLPH B1a. MODERN MOVEMENT 78a. HAYWARD 343.

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        Tobacco, Pipes and Smoking Customs of the American Indians

      Milwaukee: Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee, 1934 2 volumes: 477 pages with one plate, maps, figures and index; 257 plages including maps. Quarto (10 3/4" x 7") issued in wrappers. Bulletin of the Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee, Volume XVII. 1st edition. Tobacco was smoked in the Americas long before its organized cultivation began somewhere around 5000 to 3000 BC. Tobacco use was ceremonial and ritualistic for the natives with the leaf not only being smoked, but also chewed, drunk, taken as snuff and even given as enema. Tobacco was considered as a means of communicating with the supernatural world and was also believed to have medicinal properties. Mayans considered it a divine plant and many Mayan gods are depicted smoking. The name tobacco came from a misunderstanding of the Spaniards who thought the dried leaves were called tobacco when the indigenous name tabaco actually meant the tube or pipe in which the natives smoked the leaves. Tobacco was introduced in the court of Catherine de Medici in 1560 by Jean Nicot. The word nicotine was coined. Condition: Edge wear with some closed tears and chips, spines sunned, some light foxing, corners bumped else a very good copy. . First Edition. Original Wrappers. Very Good. Quarto.

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        Il liutaio Giacomo Bisiach (c. 1934).

      1934 - Unico stato: senza alcuna scritta con firma autografa a penna dell’artista. L’opera è databile anteriormente alla primavera del 1934. Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Benvenuto Disertori" di Paolo Bellini e Alessia Alberti, scheda n. 67 p. 80. Formato: Litografia, mm. 282x283 (parte dis.). Buono.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige]
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      London: Philip Allan,. [1934]. Octavo, pp. [1-4] 5 [6-8] 9-244 [245-256: ads],. original gray cloth, spine panel stamped in green.. A near fine copy in a very good plus pictorial dust jacket (first. state priced "2/6" on the spine panel; the later state jacket was. priced 1/-) with minor chipping at spine ends and some rubbing at. edges. A fresh, lovely example of this jacket with colorful front. panel just about immaculate. Quite scarce in this condition. (#126693). First edition. Part of the "Creeps" series. England in the 1930s, lacking the pulp magazines of America, tended to publish its popular fiction in book form, in the big anthologies given away as subscription premiums by London newspapers, and, most importantly for weird fiction enthusiasts, in the well-received "Not At Night" series edited by C. C. Thompson and the "Creeps" series edited (anonymously) by Charles Birkin. Philip Allan's thirteen "Creeps" anthologies were augmented by about ten single-author collections, of which this is the crown jewel, collecting ten notably weird and imaginative tales. "... an exceptionally fine collection of horror stories." - Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 264. Regrettably, this was the author's only book. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-130. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1015. Wilson, Shadows in the Attic, p. 330. Bleiler (1978), p. 123. Reginald 09028.

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        Thoughts Upon Hunting Kit In a Series of Nine Letters to a Friend in Which are Given the Author's Best Knowledge from Observation etc., of the Proper Kit Seen in the Shires, and Worn by Well Turned Out Men and Women in Any Hunting Field

      Privately printed for the Author, Millbrook 1934 - 12mo. original red bords, printed paper label on front cover. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. No. 101 of 500 copies. This work is not "signed" in any manner by Connett or the Derrydale Press; furthermore it was not listed in any Derrydale catalogue or in A Decade. In the Connett Collection at Princeton University, there are two copies (one of each binding style [one also being red leather with gilt medallion on front cover], one of which is signed in pen in the same manner that Connett signed all his works that he gave to Princeton.We understand from a reliable source that upon housecleaning after Mr. Reynal's death, a large carton of Thoughts upon Hunting Kit was taken to the local dump, which may account for the scarcity of this work. How many copies were disposed of in this manner is unknown. The highest numbered copy we have examined is 165. - Siegel. [Siegel #83]. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Randall House (ABAA)]
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      London: Philip Allan,. [1934]. Octavo, pp. [1-4] 5 [6-8] 9-243 [244: blank] [245-256: ads],. original green cloth, spine panel stamped in black.. Upper front corner tip bruised, top edge of text block dusty, a near. fine copy in about very good pictorial dust jacket (illustrated by. Philip Simmonds) with wear and shallow loss at spine ends and corner. tips, several short closed tears, and front flap cleanly detached at. flap fold. Overall, a fairly nice example of a scarce jacket which. will present nicely if restored. (#111322). First edition. Original anthology collecting ten stories by Lord Dunsany, Birkin (as "Charles Lloyd"), Russell Thorndike and others. Part of the classic fourteen volume "Creeps" series. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3- 23. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1329. Bleiler (1978), p. 8. Reginald 11848.

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      Bloomsbury: Nonesuch Press, 1934.

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        More Pricks Than Kicks

      London: Chatto and Windus,, 1934. Octavo. Original tan cloth, titles to spine in blue, brown top-stain. Spine rolled and tanned, contents a little toned. A very good copy. First edition, first impression.

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        Wheels and Butterflies

      Macmillan and Co., Limited, London,, 1934. Octavo. Original blue-green cloth, spine lettered in gilt, design blocked in gilt on front cover, top edge trimmed, others uncut. Includes printed music. Spine a little darkened, but an excellent copy. First edition, first impression, signed by Yeats on the title page; Lady Ottoline Morrell's copy, given to her by her daughter, with the contemporary gift inscription on the front free endpaper, "To Mummy, with best love from Julian & Victor [Goodman, Julian Morrell's first husband], Christmas 1934".

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        North American Big Game (First Edition | Remington Rifles | Hunting)

      Remington Arms Company, Inc. | Derrydale Press, Bridgeport, Conn. 1934 - FIRST EDITION, first printing. Original stapled green pictoral wrappers (paperback). Slight moisture discoloring to the back cover and waviness to the bottom edges of the back pages. 38pp + [10]. No previous owner's names, not exlibrary. Overall in GOOD condition. Photos available upon request. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        De Shootinest Gent'man and other tales. Introduction by Col. Harold P. Sheldon

      New York: The Derrydale Press, 1934. First Edition, No. 640 of 950 copies. 8vo. Illustrated with photographs. Original blue cloth, with full-color reproduction of canvasback ducks by Dr. Edgar Burke inset in upper cover. Bookplate, small gift inscription to font flyleaf. Spine slightly dull (as usual), very good plus. Siegel 76; Frazier B-20-a . First edition of one of the most beloved books of American sporting stories. The title story was first published in Recreation magazine in 1916, collected in John C. Phillips' Classics of the American Shooting Field (1930), and here Connett inaugurated a series of four fine collections of Buckingham's stories

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        The Voyages of the Bounty's Launch as related in William Bligh's Despatch to the Admiralty, and the Journal of John Fryer. With introd. by O. Rutter .

      1934 1934 - London): The Golden Cockerell Press, 1934. Folio. Or.col. canvas cloth. Spine gilt. T.e.g. Other edges uncut. (88pp.). With wood-engravings by R. Gibbings. Lim. ed. No.247/300. Some minor foxing on fly-leaves, otherwise fine.

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      Collins.London.,1934 - FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION.8vo.(7.5 x 5.5 inches).13 fine John Farleigh wood engravings,most full page.Five pages have a small tear to the fore edge of the page,without any loss,otherwise a lovely bright clean copy in a fine,attractive leather binding by Bayntun of Bath.Full red polished calf.Spine with five raised bands,each with gilt decoration.Compartments decorated in gilt.Blue and green labels,ruled and lettered in gilt.Double gilt ruled border on boards.Gilt inner dentelles.Marbled endpapers.All edges gilt.A wonderful copy of this scarce and beautifully illustrated edition.:wph.

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        Siersmeedwerk: Voornamelijk in Verband met Toepassingen in de Bouwkunde

      N. V. Wed. J. Ahrend & Zoon (1934), Amsterdam - 40 plates resting in cloth spine over paper-covered portfolio with ribbon ties. Portfolio protected by modern mylar. Illustrations are b/w reproductions of architectural drawings by P. C. Kardol, mostly in connection with applications in engineering. Each plate protected by tissue guard. Age wear and some staining to boards. Finger smudge and foxing on title-page. Usual age toning and creasing to some tissue guards. "Siersmeedwerk: Voornamelijk in Verband met Toepassingen in de Bouwkunde. Ontworpen door P. C. Kardol, Leeraar Bouwkunde M. O. aan de Middelb. Techn. School voor Bouwkunde te Amsterdam. Inleidung van Ir. A. van der Steur, Stadsarchitect te Rotterdam. 40 Platen Formaat 28 x 38 cm Ontwerpen en Constructiedetails." Introduction by A. van der Steur. Text in Dutch. Overall good to very good condition. Complete as published. Scarce. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tender is the Night: A Romance

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934 First edition, first printing. Inscribed and signed by the author in black ink on front endpaper: "For Margaret Hurley / with much respect / + regard from / F Scott Fitzgerald / April 1936 / Ashville". Bound in the publisher's original dark blue cloth. A near fine copy, with some wear to the spine ends, light rubbing to the corners, a hint of spotting on the page edges and the front and back hinges. Overall, a very attractive copy. Fitzgerald inscribed this copy of Tender is the Night to his friend James B. Hurley's wife. Hurley as a clerk at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina, a resort hotel where the author resided from 1935 - 1936. Fitzgerald first traveled to Asheville on an extended visit due to personal health concerns about his lungs and stayed after he moved his wife Zelda to the Highland Hospital at Asheville. Hurley worked for Fitzgerald for nine months after applying to a classified advertisement for a typist. He typed Fitzgerald's manuscripts, manually manipulating his typewriter to create a triple-space between lines, Fitzgerald's preferred layout for editing. Additionally, Fitzgerald had Hurley assist with his finances, including contacting The Saturday Evening Post for payments when Fitzgerald's checking account was running low. When the two parted ways, Fitzgerald bequeathed Hurley with two manuscripts for his short stories and three signed novels, including this one. Bruccoli and Baughman, 124. Tender is the Night is Fitzgerald's last completed novel, centering on the life of American ex-patriots living in Paris and the French Riviera. Like many of his works, it is semi-autobiographical in nature, with Fitzgerald's friends serving as models for characters, including Pablo Picasso, the Cole Porters, and socialites Sara and Gerald Murphy, to whom the book is dedicated.. Illus. by Shenton, Edward. Signed by Author. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Fine.

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        Tender is the Night. A Romance.

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1934. - FIRST EDITION: 8vo., list of novels, title-page, half-title, 408 pp. With decorations by Edward Shenton. Bound in original dark green cloth with single-line rule to upper cover, titles in gilt to spine. Contents are clean and fine; binding a little bupmed and with some localised sunning. Remains a bright copy. A Jazz-Age classic. Connolly 79. Listed in Modern Library's Top 100 Novels [1998]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books, ABA ILAB]
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        Tender is the Night

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1934 - First Edition, First Printing with A and Scribner's colophon on the copyright page. Dark green cloth with gold spine titles. Spine is not faded and the gold titles are clear, but not quite bright. Text block has pulled away from spine a bit at head, but binding is sound. No previous ownership marks of any kind. A few pages have light spotting. Endpapers and title pages clean. Please email or call us for additional photographs. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bibliography of Canadiana. 6 vols complete.

      Toronto, 1934, - STATON, Frances M. and Marie TREMAINE, (eds.). A Bibliography of CanadianaBeing Items in the Public Library of Toronto, Canada, Relating to the EarlyHistory and Development of Canada. With an introduction by George H. Locke. Toronto : The Public Library, 1934. First Edition. Pp 828. Illustrated with facsimile reproductions of some title pages. Erratum slip tipped in at p.310. Lg 8vo, reddish-brown cloth. - with - BOYLE, Gertrude M., assisted byMarjorie COLBECK, (eds.). A Bibliography of Canadiana First Supplement Being Items in the Public Library of Toronto, Canada, Relating to the Early History and Development of Canada. With an introduction by Henry C. Campbell.Toronto : The Public Library, (1969). Second Printing. Pp 333. Illustratedwith facsimile reproductions of some title pages. Lg 8vo, maroon cloth. -with - ALSTON, Sandra, assisted by Karen EVANS, (eds.). A Bibliography of Canadiana Being Items in the Metropolitan Toronto Library Relating to the Early History and Development of Canada : Second Supplement. [In Four Volumes]. Toronto : Metropolitan Toronto Library Board, 1989-1985-1986-1989. FirstPrintings. Pp 353; 839; 910; 777. Illustrated in the text with facsimile reproductions of some title pages. Large 8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering on dark green spine panels. Forewords in vols 1,2, and 3 by David B. Kotin,Head, Canadian History Department. Volume 1 : 1512-1800. Pp (8),9-353,(3).Volume 2 : 1801-1849. Pp (36),37-839,(1). Volume 3 : 1850-1867. Pp (38),39-910,(2). Volume 4 : Index. Pp (12),13-777,(3). First two volumes are very lightly rubbed, else vg. The last four are near-fine. The set for 1,000.00 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Skin Deep.

      William Godwin, Inc. New York 1934 - First Edition. Extremely scarce drug, fantasy, and African-American interest novel of a black man who pays for a potion to lighten his skin, falls in love with a "golden-haired" heiress and is endlessly extorted by the voodoo doctor who provides the drug. Very Good plus copy, ink number at lower page edge, inch sized remains of a bookplate at front free endpaper but no other signs of this being a lending copy, in a Good to Very Good dustjacket, few cm sized chip at top spine end, wear to flap edges, few inch closed tear at lower front panel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Murder on the Orient Express

      London: for The Crime Club by W. Collins Sons & Co. Ltd,, 1934. Octavo. Original orange cloth, titles to spine and front board in black. Ownership signature to front free endpaper, Times Book Club ticket to rear pastedown. Spine gently rolled and a little faded, extremities faintly rubbed, one tiny waterstain to rear board, internally very crisp. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      The Centaur Press. London.,1934 - LIMITED EDITION. 8vo. (9 x 5.9 inches). One of 150 numbered copies, signed by Maugham on the limitation leaf and by Hyde on the margin of her Woodcut frontispiece. The text pages are crisp and clean. Publishers black cloth with gilt rule and lettering to the front board, which has one small bump to a corner, otherwise this is a near fine copy. Top edge gilt.: [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        Caledonia: A Fragment

      London: Privately Printed. 1934. First. First edition. Small, thin quarto. Illustrated by Edward Burra. Red cloth spine with tartan-design papercovered boards with applied title label. A fine copy, with none of the usual rubbing. A Powell rarity, one of approximately 100 copies, a long poem prepared for his wedding by friends. This copy Inscribed to Jonathan Cecil, the son of David Cecil who was Powell's boon companion when they both were at Eton, with over twenty corrections and emendations in Powell's hand -- mostly identifying those in the text whose identity had been protected with dashes. Laid in is a Typed Letter Signed by Powell to Cecil at a much later date: "I don't believe I ever gave your father this squib, the origins of which are in my memoirs... I made up the verses during a period of insomnia. A drunken friend had about a hundred printed as a wedding present by a still more drunken printer." .

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        Sociální fotografie

      Knihovna levé fronty 1934 - Prague: Knihovna levé fronty, 1934. (7 1/4 x 4 1/2 in., 18.2 x 11.8 cm). First edition. Text in Czech. 111pp. text followed by 36 photographic illustrations. Original photographically illustrated wrappers printed in black and red (rebound; front wrapper with loss at spine, rubbing and creasing, 22mm closed tear at fore-edge, curiously folded down 7mm at top edge which covers the author's name; rear wrapper perished; internally near fine with mild toning to edges.) A founder of the Film and Photo Group of the Prague Leva frontá, film critic Lubomír Linhart was the primary organizer of two activist social documentary photography exhibitions sharing the title of this offering. (Here quoting Witkovsky in 'Foto: modernity in Central Europe, 1918-1945': "[Sociální fotografie] constitutes the first global overview of the worker photography movement ever written. At more than one hundred pages, with several dozen illustrations, extensive footnotes, and a bibliography, the book carries a significant scholarly cast. Linhart explains here, with many references to recent Soviet writing, the importance of dynamism, dialectical contrast, cropping, and titling to image-driven critique."). Rebound in black cloth, gilt titles to spine. From the library Rudolf A Skopec, important Czech collector and author of an early Czech history of photography (Historický prrehled výoje fotografie, 1939), his ownership ink stamp to front paste-down and his circular stamp to the title page. Prague bookstore barcode sticker affixed to rear paste-down. Quite scarce. OCLC lists one copy. Inquiries welcomed. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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      Cruz y Raya - Ediciones del árbol, Madrid 1934. - 1a Edición///////Holandesa piel con nervios y tejuelo. Conserva cubierta original. Muy buen estado./23,5x16,5. 70+66+61 págs.//Teatro, Vanguardias [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Artificial Princess

      London: Centaur Press. 1934. First. First edition. Introduction by Coleridge Kennard. Illustrated by Hugh Easton. A few spots on the boards, an about very good copy without dustwrapper. Copy number 19 of 60 numbered copies, of which 50 were for sale. .

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        [Manuscript]: American Family

      [No place: no publisher. 1934]. Typed manuscript. Bradbound mimeographed sheets. 554pp. Stiff textured wrappers with title label and a sticker for the Rialto Service Bureau which performed the typing and mimeographing. The front wrap is detached, the rear wrap has a moderate crease with a tear while the pages are dampstained at the extremities and four pages are scraped at the end of the manuscript affecting a few words, very good. The novel concerns Tobias Condit who takes his family to China to do missionary work, their son's education back in America, and his return to China as a doctor. The story was one of Baldwin's most personal novels, which she based on her grandfather's diaries, as well as her most popular book up until that point, spawning a sequel the following year, The Puritan Strain, that centered on the family's daughter. .

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        T. E. Lawrence' - In Arabia and After (T.E. Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia)

      Jonathan Cape, London 1934 - Red cloth over boards, title stamped in gilt onto top board and spine, publisher's device blind stamped onto bottom board, top edge stained red, 8vo (8-5/8 inches tall), pp. 454, illustrations, B&W photos (some by Lawrence), maps (most are fold-out), Index. Volume about fine with slight bow to bottom board and faint toning to text block. Price-intact DJ has just a touch of soil to rear panel, insignificant edge wear and a little fading to green bars on spine. A scarce first printing of this famous biography, still in it's original and unsophisticated DJ. Ref. O'Brien E058. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Caledonia: A Fragment

      Privately Printed, London 1934 - First edition. Small, thin quarto. Illustrated by Edward Burra. Red cloth spine with tartan-design papercovered boards with applied title label. A fine copy, with none of the usual rubbing. A Powell rarity, one of approximately 100 copies, a long poem prepared for his wedding by friends. This copy Inscribed to Jonathan Cecil, the son of David Cecil who was Powell's boon companion when they both were at Eton, with over twenty corrections and emendations in Powell's hand -- mostly identifying those in the text whose identity had been protected with dashes. Laid in is a Typed Letter Signed by Powell to Cecil at a much later date: "I don't believe I ever gave your father this squib, the origins of which are in my memoirs. I made up the verses during a period of insomnia. A drunken friend had about a hundred printed as a wedding present by a still more drunken printer." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Ur Excavations, Volume II, The Royal Cemetery, A Report on the Predynastic and Sargonid Graves Excavated Between 1926 and 1931, Part I-Text, Part II-Plates

      The Joint Expedition of the British Mueseum and of the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, to Mesopotamia, New York 1934 - Text volume-xxii, 604, 3 folding maps/plans with 79 figs. and a coloured frontispiece of the famous gold and lapis statue "The Ram Caught in a Thicket; Plates volume-xiii with 273 plates (two folding) of which 37 are coloured (after the water colour paintings of M. Louise Baker] including the frontispiece illustration of the gold helmet of Meskalam-dug and others of the harps, board games, weapons, jewellery, headgear and vessels of gold, silver and semi-precious stones associated with Queen Shub-ad; numerous monochrome plates of objects in situ together with drawings of finds. Publisher's quarter maroon buckram, beige paper-covered boards with red titles to front and black titles to the spine. Some dust-staining, minor tears to covers-paper lifting slightly at fore edge of both vols. No inscriptions or stamps Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Interquarian]
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        Histoire de Manon Lescaut et du Chevalier des Grieux

      Paris: La Meridienne. 1934. First edition thus, with illustrations by Charles Martin. Text in French. Very slightly soiled in French-folded wrappers. Beautiful, mildly erotic illustrations by Martin. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        A Handful of Dust

      London: Chapman & Hall,, 1934. Octavo. Original black and red "snakeskin" cloth, titles to spine gilt. A little rubbed at extremities, spine faded, a little spotting to edges and occasionally to contents. An excellent copy. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      Methuen, U.K. 1934 - Signed by Author. viii, 478 pages, size 8.75 inches tall by 5.5 inches with an index. Illustrated black and white portrait frontispiece and 13 maps and diagrams. ' The biography of a Cornish seaman of Nelson's days, and a book which will interest all lovers of the sea. The man who struck the first blow in the French Wars, the hero of the Battle of Algiers, perhaps 'the greatest Sea Officer of his time,' Lord Exmouth has been too little remembered. The story of his life, never before fully told, is a real addition to Naval History .' Book - in Near Fine [better than Very Good] bright black boards with gilt lettering - light marking to the boards but only in certain lights. Contents, light browning to the front pastedown, some spotting and browning to the front and rear endpapers, rear pastedown spotted and browned, light speckling to the extreme page edges, and minor spotting to the first couple of pages and to the occasional page otherwise clean, bright and tightly bound. Dust Jacket - [SEE SCAN] - Near Very Good - light marking/grubbiness, browning to spine, light rubbing to the extreme corners and extreme edges. ALSO a hand written letter and inscription dated March 1939 SIGNED by the AUTHOR. A uniquely desirable copy VERY RARE Book, complete with dust jacket and AUTHOR's letter. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Biography & Autobiography; History; Ships & the Sea. Signed by Author. Inventory No: 004426. THIS BOOK IS HEAVIER THAN THE AVERAGE UPON WHICH CHARGES ARE BASED AND SO WILL INCUR AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR SHIPPING TO ADDRESSES OUTSIDE THE U.K. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John T. & Pearl Lewis]
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        Portrait photograph of Beatrice Kaufman

      New York, december 10, 1934. (KAUFMAN, BEATRICE) Approximately 13-1/2 x 11 inches. . Fine, with Van Vechten's stamp on rear, docketed with number, and dated in ink . Beatrice Kaufman (1895-1945) was the wife of wife George S. Kaufman, a playwright in her own right, and the East Coast representative of Samuel Goldwyn Pictures. It was Beatrice who, upon reading the galleys of Steinbeck's OF MICE AND MEN sent to her by Steinbeck's agent Annie Laurie Williams, immediately recognized the dramatic possibilities of the novel and rushed the galleys to her husband. And it was Kaufmann who then acquired the dramatic rights and eventually produced the successful 1937 stage version which ran for 207 performances and became the basis for two subsequent film versions

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        I Libri di Commercio Dei Peruzzi.

      Fratelli Treves, Milano 1934 - Con una premessa di Vincenzo Azzolini. xxvii, [2], 571 pp., [3], facsimiles, genealogical tables (1 folding), Folio. Blue cloth with leather spine label. Pubblicazioni della direzione degli "Studi medievali" I. The original commercial books are at the Biblioteca Riccardiana di Firenze. The Peruzzi Company was one of the most famous Florentine super-companies of the early fourteenth century. A near fine copy, label creased (but extra-label loose within). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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        EL LIBRO DE ORO DE LA PATRIA. Primera edición completa.

      Gurea, S.Sebastián - 33'5x27'5, 107h incl. 23 reprods. color (montadas sobre cartulina), 4 grabs. al aguafuerte, nums. dibujos en texto, 1 retrato fot, 1 lám. color, leve rastro hum. Plena piel edit. (reforz), reprod. escudo color, cantos de cubs. y lomos cosidos en piel. "- Palau 138135: "Fol. ancho, papel superior. gran lujo". Textos en castellano, euskera y francés. Homenaje al arte y literatura vasca. Colaboraciones de Bosch Gimpera, Manuel de Irujo, J.M. Barandiarán, J.M. Benegas, A. de Onaindía, L. Jaúregui." (1934)

      [Bookseller: Escalinata, librería]
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