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        Kamerny teatr i ego khudozhniki, 1914-1934 [The Kamerny Theatre and Its Artists, 1914-1934]

      Moscow: Izd. Vseros. teatral nogo obshchestva, 1934. First Edition. A celebration of Alexander Tairov's pathbreaking Kamerny Theatre in Moscow, featuring set and costume designs as well as scenes from the theatre's first 20 years. Profusely illustrated in both color and black and white, the book showcases each production of the Kamerny, founded by Alexander Tairov (1885-1950 ) and his wife, the actress Alisa Koonen (1889-1974). Tairov brought many non-Russian productions to the Kamerny, including works by Shakespeare, Bertolt Brecht, Eugene O'Neill, George Bernard Shaw, and Oscar Wilde. Tairov's productions were known for their magnificent set and costume designs, and he collaborated with some of the most acclaimed avant-garde artists of the day, including Alexandra Exter and Natalia Goncharova. Indeed, it's possible to see the evolution of 20th-century Russian art through the set and costume designs, which reflected Cubist, Constructivist, Rayonist, and even Art Deco influences. It was an exciting time in Soviet theatre; this era featured some of the greatest directors of the 20th century, such as Stanislavsky, Meyerhold, and Vakhtangov. The Kamerny was the scene of one of the most significant plays of the Soviet theatre, according to Nick Worrall in his authoritative study, "Modernism to Realism on the Soviet Stage" (Cambridge University Press, 1989). Vsevolod Vishnevsky's Russian civil-war play, Optimistic Tragedy, opened at the Kamerny on December 18, 1933. "It concerns particular historical events associated with the civil war in the Soviet Union but, more generally, it is an article of faith -- in the triumph of Life over Death, of the Collective over the Individual, of faith in the necessary tragedy of revolution, of the necessary destruction of those who oppose revolution, of hostility to the spirit of anarchism, and faith in the leadership of the party." Indeed, the play, which is featured in this book, marked an important milestone in the development of "socialist realism." The Soviet government closed the Kamerny Theatre in 1949, and Tairov died a year later. The Kamerny's home at 23 Tverskoy Boulevard is now occupied by the Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre. 4to (12 1/8 x 8 7/8 inches / 307 x 220 mm), xlvii [1],1-195 (plates), [3], 199-211 (appendix), [1] pages, in publisher's original brown cloth, lacking the rare dust jacket. In Russian. Blindstamp to front board, both boards rubbed, small scrape to rear paste down. Tissue guards separating each play, plate 36 unpublished, according to list of illustrations in the appendix, plate 41 loose, some small closed tears in a few pages, plate 175 improperly trimmed, not affecting the illustration. Overall, Very Good or better. A stunning look at the first 20 years of the Kamerny Theatre, one of the most innovative theatres at an important moment in Soviet theatre history. SCARCE.

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        ALPHONSE MUCHA Slavia Starostlivym Matkám 1934

      - ALPHONSE MUCHA Slavia Starostlivym Matkám 1934

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        The Story of a Country Boy

      New York: Farrar & Rinehart. (1934). First. First edition. Orange cloth gilt. Boards a trifle soiled, near fine without dustwrapper. A novel about the evolution of a "self-made man" from a humble country bumpkin to a pretentious captain of industry, by this satirical, proto-feminist novelist who has recently been rediscovered. Basis for the 1935 film Man of Iron directed by William C. McGann, and featuring Barton MacLane and Mary Astor. Gore Vidal, whose critical essay helped restore her fame, called her a better satirist than Twain and said she was "our best comic novelist," and Ernest Hemingway once told her she was his "favorite living novelist" -- although she was not averse to poking fun at Hemingway himself, which she did in her novel, The Wicked Pavilion. Novelist Lisa Zeidner, in a review of a fairly recent biography of Powell in The New York Times Book Review, said that "she is wittier than Dorothy Parker, dissects the rich better than F. Scott Fitzgerald, is more plaintive than Willa Cather in her evocation of the heartland and has a more supple control of satirical voice than Evelyn Waugh, the writer to whom she's most often compared." Powell was an archetypal free spirit, living much of her life in Greenwich Village, taking -- and flaunting -- lovers frequently although she was married, and mercilessly skewering the postures and foibles of an array of New York types, from bohemian artists to wealthy tycoons. .

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        die bisherigen ergebnisse der strahlengenetik

      Georg Thieme, Leipzig 1934 - First separate edition. Offprint. Original wrappers. Tear to head and heal of spine, else very good. Inscribed presentation copy to Sewall Wright signed by Timofeeff-Ressovsky."Like Dobzhansky, Timofeeff-Ressovsky attended the Sixth International Congress of Genetics in Ithaca, New York, in 1932, heard Wright speak, and was greatly impressed. Indeed, as in Dobzhansky's case, Timofeeff-Ressovsky's conception of the evolutionary process thereafter bore the strong stamp of Wright's concenptions. Timofeeff-Ressovsky published three major papers on evolution in nature (Buzzati-Traverso, Jucci, and Timofeeff-Ressovsky 1938, Timofeeff-Ressovsky 1939, 1940). All three reflected Wright's ideas." Sewall Wright and Evolutionary Biology by William B. Provine Quality, Value, Experience. Media Shipped in New Boxes. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Marion Uhl III.

      - Radierung und Mischtechnik, 1934, signiert, numeriert, betitelt und datiert. 34:25,7 cm. Nr. 41 der Auflage. – Vorzüglicher Abdruck mit zartem Plattenton auf chamoisfarbenem festem Japan. Ausgebildet an der Karlsruher Akademie bei L. Schmid-Reutte (1863-1909) und für kurze Zeit an der Münchner Kunstakademie bei L. von Herterich (1856-1932), war Uhl als Radierer Autodidakt.

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        Mercantilism

      , 1934. 1934. First Edition . HECKSCHER, Eli F. Mercantilism. London: George Allen & Unwin, (1934). Octavo, original green cloth, original dust jackets. $2200.First edition in English of this economic history of Europe from the 16th to the 18th century focusing on identifying the key characteristics of mercantilism, translated by Mendel Shapiro, in original dust jackets.One of the great classics of economic history, Mercantilism explores the role of mercantilist ideas in Europe over two centuries. Though Heckscher acknowledges the problems with setting forth a strict definition for mercantilism, he succeeds in laying out a set of mercantilism

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        Television. To-Day and To-morrow

      London: Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons 1934. Demy octavo, pp.xxxii; 208; 24, advertisements. With 70 photographic plates and 56 illustrations. With a new preface to this [fourth] edition, and a foreword by John Logie Baird. Publisher's gilt-titles cloth in striking colour pictorial dust-wrapper. Book is near fine (slightly dusty); jacket a little rubbed with a few minor chips and tears. Rather scarce in the wrapper.

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        Mary Poppins and Mary Poppins Comes Back (Two Volumes)

      Reynal & Hitchcock 1934/5, NY - First US edition, fifth printing of Mary Poppins (December 1934) with first US edition, first printing of Mary Poppins Comes Back (1935) both in red pictorial slipcase. Mary Poppins in publisher's full blue cloth, black lettering on spine, black lettering and embossed medallion on cover, t.e.g. (red), illustrated endpapers. Illustrated with full-page drawings as well as numerous head and tail-pieces by Mary Shepard. Mary Poppins Comes Back in publisher's full green cloth, blue lettering on spine, blue lettering and illustration on cover, t.e.g. (blue), green illustrated endpapers. Illustrated will full-page B&W drawings and numerous head and tail-pieces by Mary Shepard. . Mary Poppins is in excellent condition, unmarked, tight, square, and clean. Its blue illustrated unclipped dust jacket, now in Mylar, has only minor shelf-wear and a couple of minor closed tears. FINE/VERY GOOD. Mary Poppins Comes Back is also unmarked, tight, square, and clean; but the green illustrated unclipped dust jacket, also in Mylar, is in several pieces. FINE/POOR. . B&W Drawings. 12mo 7" - 7½" tall. 206; 268 pp [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        NEW TALES OF HORROR BY EMINENT AUTHORS ..

      London: Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., n.d. [1934].. Octavo, pp. [1-15] 16-255 [256] [note: first two leaves are blanks used as front paste-down and free endpaper], true endpapers at rear, original orange cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black. First edition. Partially original anthology anonymously edited by Terence Ian Fytton Armstrong (a.k.a. "John Gawsworth"), collecting thirty crime and supernatural stories, seventeen of which appear here for the first time, by Arthur Machen, Richard Middleton, E. H. Visiak, M. P. Shiel, John Gawsworth, Frederick Carter, Hugh MacDiarmid, Nugent Barker, and others. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1230. Clute and Grant (eds), The Encyclopedia of Fantasy, p. 392. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 2. Bleiler (1978), p. 8. Reginald 10639. Pulp paper text block lightly tanned, a fine copy in very good plus pictorial dust jacket with light wear at edges, mild dust soiling to spine and rear panels, and small stain on rear panel. A nice example of a rare jacket. (#149259)

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        A CENTURY OF CREEPY STORIES

      London: Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers), Ltd., n.d. [1934].. Thick octavo, pp. [i-vi] vii-xi [xii-xiv] 15-1178 [1179-1180: blank] [note: first and last leaves are blanks], original pictorial green cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black. First edition. 1178-page anthology with seventy stories by forty-one authors including Arthur Machen, Elizabeth Bowen, Oliver Onions, Shane Leslie, Cynthia Asquith, D. H. Lawrence, L. P. Hartley, May Sinclair, Mrs. Belloc Lowndes, Mary Webb, Algernon Blackwood, and many others. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 359. Bleiler (1978), p. 7. Reginald 02784. Bookplate and signature dated 19 June 1934 of early owner Alex. Bridge on the front paste-down. Top edge of pages dusty, a very good copy in very good 3/6 pictorial dust jacket with light wear along top and bottom edges, chips from the upper spine end, closed tear at top edge of front panel with internal tape mend, some age-spotting, mostly along flap folds, and dust soiling to rear panel. Rare in jacket. (#152594)

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        A unique album of correspondence, including 13 autographed photographs, 8 additional unsigned photographs, 6 Typed Letters, signed, and 4 Autographed Letters, signed, 9 completed "mimeographed form" war records with signed and handwritten responses, and other items of interest by, and about, some of the most distinguished aviators of WWI, including members of the renowned Lafayette Flying Corps, and Lafayette Escadrille. Most of the letters, forms, and photos were replies to inquiries from Colonel James Farber, a writer for the Dayton Daily News, who was asked by an aeronautics magazine in 1934, to "ascertain the present whereabouts and occupations of various wartime pilots."

      1934. Very Good with edge and fold wear, light creases, and few minor smudges, old folds. ACES AND AVIATORS OF WW I. Included among the 10 letters is a correspondence on personal letterhead, from renowned American war ace and Medal of Honor recipient, Eddie Rickenbacker, who had 26 aerial victories and was America's most celebrated aviator of the war. Another intriguing response comes from combat pilot, Edwin C. Parsons, one of the 38 members of the famed Lafayette Escadrille, who later became an FBI agent, screen writer, and technical director for Paramount Films. In his 1934 letter, which is type written on Fox Film Corporation Studio letterhead, Parsons writes in part, "I haven't flown a great deal in recent years, having no particular desire to do so and finding no great pleasure in it, although I have been director of flying activities and technical director of several air pictures such as WINGS, LEGION OF THE CONDEMNED and HELL'S ANGELS." WINGS, a 1927, action-romance starring Clara Bow and Gary Cooper, was directed by another former World War I pilot queried by Farber, William "Wild Bill" Wellman. Wellman enlisted in the French Foreign Legion in 1917, but was later assigned as a fighter pilot and was the first American to join N.87, les Chats Noir (Black Cat Group), in the Lafayette Flying Corps. He was awarded the Croix de Guerre with two palms for his service. In his 1934 letter to Farber, which is type written on Walter Wagner Productions, Inc. letterhead, Wellman writes in part, "The only times that I fly now are when it is necessary from a business standpoint. I do my flying, then, as a passenger-in other words, frankly, I have had my belly full."One notable correspondence comes from Russian-born, Boris Sergievsky, and includes an accompanying war record that is type-written in his own words. One of the most colorful aviators of his time, Sergievsky began his military career as an infantry officer and was awarded Imperial Russia's highest honor for leading a charge that captured a fortified enemy hilltop. Sergievsky then took to the air and earned the title of ace while flying against Austria-Hungary during the war. After the Bolshevik revolution he joined the White Army, and in 1923, he emigrated to America, where he eventually became chief test pilot for Igor Sikorsky, setting 17 world aviation records. His 1934 letter to Farber is hand written on Sikorsky Aviation Corporation letterhead and includes the original accompanying envelope. Other pilots who wrote letters in response to Farber's inquiries include, Charles H. Dolan, Jr., Frederick Ordway, Jr., Cecil "Pop" Sellers (Sellers died, along with Pan American's first pilot, Edwin Musick, in a mid air explosion while working for the airline), Eliot Springs, Arthur J. Coyle, Jesse creech, Lawrence Smart, and Raymond Collishaw. (Collishaw was Canada's second-highest scoring fighter pilot, and achieved 60 aircraft victories by the war's close, plus a further eight observation balloons, and went on to become a vice admiral in WWII.) 13 autographed photos from this collection include; Eddie Rickenbacker (inscribed to Charles P. Searles), Herman Whitman, Henry Forster, Thomas Moore (three autographed photos), Douglass Campbell (also includes an autographed "Sky Birds" trading card), Reed Landis, Ernest Crossen, John Loggie, and German pilot Kurt Liebau. 8 additional unsigned photos and reprints also accompany the 9 "mimeographed form" war records. These signed, mimeographed forms include biographical information, including parents, marriages, children, occupation, etc., war service including, units served with, enemy aircraft destroyed, dates wounded or captured, decorations, etc. The form also asks for opinions on the "greatest war flyer" from each country.Also included in this unique collection, is an interesting promotional pictorial broadside of William Avery "Billy" Bishop, Canada's top ace of the war, who is credited with 72 victories. The broadside reads in part, "The above genuine Autograph by Colonel Bishop is indeed a Souvenir of the Great World War to be treasured for years to come. The hand that signed the above name is the Hand that Downed a Hundred Huns." Other memorabilia includes a 1979, 62nd Anniversary Reunion brochure of the 20th Aero Squadron, signed by 10 surviving members, and an article from the Dayton Daily News, titled "War's end recalled," which is dated Nov. 11 1980, and autographed by Roland Richardson (213th Aero Squadron) and Louis Carruthers (93rd Aero Squadron).

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        Bagaj. Strania dubla existenta a unui om in patru labe. Roman.

      Bucharest: Universala 1934 - Octavo, wrappers, 202pp., with illustrations by Egon Schiele. One of 500 copies. Novel by Horia Bonciu (1893-1950)---novelist, journalist, poet, translator, noted for his unique, individual place in the Romanian avant-garde. He is known for his contributions in all literary fields. Associated with Romanian surrealists but never adhered to doctrine. Bonciu and Geo Bogza were both arrested on obscenity charges at the same time. The present work, "Luggage.Confessions of a Man on All Fours," was Bonciu's first novel. It is a highly modernist work, and includes drawings by Egon Schiele, emphasizing an expressionist bent that kept Bonciu apart from doctrinaire surrealism while employing elements thereof. Rare, with no institutional holdings in North America. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Karl Marx' "Capital" in Lithographs.

      New York: Ray Long & Richard R. Smith,, 1934. Quarto. Original hessian covered boards printed in black, illustrated endpapers. With the pictorial dust jacket. 60 lithographic illustrations by Hugo Gellert. Contemporary woodcut bookplate to jacket's front flap. Tail of spine a touch worn, partially erased ownership signature with small abrasion to front pastedown. An excellent copy in an edge-chipped and dust-soiled jacket with partial splits along folds. First Gellert edition, first printing. A powerful graphic rendering of Das Kapital by the Hungarian-born American artist Hugo Gellert (1892–1985). The accompanying text is from the translations of Ernest Untermann, the first American translator of Kapital, and Eden and Cedar Paul. Scarce with the jacket.

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        Typed Letter Signed [TLS] with Autographed Illustration and Text [Tahiti / Cook Islands Content]

      No Publisher [New Zealand] [1934] - Original typed letter [onboard ship], signed, with pencil map of ship's journey and three lines of handwritten text. Seven pages, on thin paper, 11 by 8 1/2 inch. A colorful letter by the co-author of Mutiny on the Bounty, The High Barbaree, Botany Bay and other nautical adventures. Written "At Sea, about 500 miles from N. Z. / Sunday, August 19th, 1934". Content includes impressions of Tahiti and native peoples - "the wharf was a riot of colour for the natives wear the most exotic colors in their dressing, and the soft brown skins show up to advantage in scarlet, red, white, and blue", food being sold at street markets, the Chinese quarter of Tahiti, trading, getting a drink at the local bar [Rum Punch], travel to Cook Islands, joining a family for dinner, getting sun burnt - "I have completely peeled from the sun and my body is as brown as a berry, you would hardly know it now, what is more interesting I have lost my stomach and so I look slimmer than ever. I swim every day". Hall writes, concerning the trip between Tahiti and Moorea: "Against the sky suffused with a soft tropical pink the peaks of the island stood out like the turrets of some medaeval castle. The sea seemed to be alight except where the shadows flung themselves across the strait, here it was a deep cobalt, Slowly night hovered over the reef, the fluid colour of the water changed from blue to pink to indigo, the peaks of Moorea took on fantastic shapes, imagination made them the towers of Camelot, the sky become a delicate pink, to gold." Signed in a flamboyant hand, which is not his usual method, but signature and letter is guaranteed. Very Good condition overall. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        A Handful of Dust.

      Farrar & Rinehart, New York 1934 - FIRST AMERICAN EDITION, 8vo, pp. [viii], 308. Original orange cloth boards, spine and front board blocked in gilt and blind, top edge green, others rough-trimmed, dustjacket. Dustjacket just slightly rubbed and a touch worn at edges, rear panel a little dustsoiled. Bookplate of Vera and David Solomon to front flyleaf. The first US edition, published within a month of the UK original, though from a slightly different text - probably uncorrected proofs or an earlier typescript. The dustjacket is striking and very different in style to the UK first. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        BLACK AUGUST: A NOVEL ..

      New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., [1934].. Octavo, pp. [1-2] [1-6] 7-349 [350: blank], original red cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black, fore and bottom edges untrimmed. First U.S. edition. Presentation copy with signed inscription by Wheatley on title page: "For / Lily Pelway / from / Dennis Wheatley." Wheatley's third novel, and the introduction of his series character Gregory Sallust. "The first Gregory Sallust book, BLACK AUGUST, is a Wellsian view of England in the future during a Communist revolution." - Reilly (ed), Twentieth-Century Crime & Mystery Writers, third edition (1991), p. 1078. Clarke, Tale of the Future (1978), p. 66. Clute and Nicholls (eds), The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (1993). p. 1319. Bleiler (1978), p. 207. Reginald 15190. Some discoloration to endpapers along gutter margins due to binder's glue, else a fine copy in fine pictorial dust jacket (designed by G. Zilzer) with tiny nick at top edge of spine panel. In a custom black cloth open face slipcase. (#149927)

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        Plays

      , 1934. 1934. Signed. O""NEILL, Eugene. The Plays. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934-35. Twelve volumes. Octavo, original full red cloth gilt, top edges gilt, uncut, original slipcases. $3500.Signed limited

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        Triggernometry: A Gallery Of Gunfighters (First Edition With Letter From Cunningham)

      New York: The Press of the Pioneers, 1934. First Edition. Cloth. Very Good +/No Dust Jacket. With Signed Letter from Author. 1st Printing Xvii, 441 Pp. Blue Cloth, Gilt. A Clean, Tight Example. Hinges Tight. Cover Gilt Bright. Bookplate Of Previous Owner, To Whom Is Addressed A 28 Line Tls From The Author Dated May 28, 1937 In El Paso, On His Letterhead With A Branding Iron Across The Top, Providing A Courteous Reply. Cunningham Discusses The Probably False Photo Of Billy The Kid Which Had Recently Come To Light; Acknowledging That The Photo Of Sam Bass In The Book Is Not Sam Bass After All; Making A Comment On Connelley's Writing On Wild Bill Hickok, Etc. Letter In Fine Condition, Folded, With Mailing Envelope Neatly Attached To Rear Endpaper. Also With The Old Newspaper Clipping Regarding The Billy The Kid Photo, And A Prospectus For The Upcoming Caxton Reprint Of This Book. Shallow, 1" Long Bump To Top Of Front Board With 1/8" Tear To Cloth.

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        Karl Marx' "Capital" in Lithographs.

      New York: Ray Long & Richard R. Smith, 1934 - Quarto. Original hessian covered boards printed in black, illustrated endpapers. With the pictorial dust jacket. Contemporary woodcut bookplate to jacket's front flap. Tail of spine a touch worn, partially erased ownership signature with small abrasion to front pastedown. An excellent copy in an edge-chipped and dust-soiled jacket with partial splits along folds. 60 lithographic illustrations by Hugo Gellert. First Gellert edition, first printing. A powerful graphic rendering of Das Kapital by the Hungarian-born American artist Hugo Gellert (1892–1985). The accompanying text is from the translations of Ernest Untermann, the first American translator of Kapital, and Eden and Cedar Paul. Scarce with the jacket. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Brigadetreffen in der tausendjährigen Reichsstadt Nordhausen am Harz. Aufmarsch der Brigade 45 am 24. Juni 1934 * l e t z t e G r o ß v e r a n s t a l t u n g v o n S A.- S t a b s c h e f E r n s t R ö h m , dieser ganzseitig abgebildet

      Nordhausen, Selbstverlag der Brigade 45, 1934 - Vollständige Ausgabe im original Verlagseinband (Steifumschlag / Broschur / Kartoneinband im Format 14,5 x 21 cm) mit illustriertem Deckeltitel (Stadtwappen von Nordhausen und Emblem der SA-Brigade 45). 63 Seiten, mit 6 ganzseitigen Fotoabbildungen ("Unser Führer / Stabschef Röhm / Obergruppenführer von Killinger / Führer der Gruppe Thüringen, Gruppenführer Lasch / Reichsstatthalter Gauleiter Sauckel / Führer der Brigade 45 Brigadeführer Helwig) und weiteren Fotoabbildungen: Hilfswerklager Kurt Lasch der Brigade 45, Oberbürgermeister Sting, Kreisleiter Kaiser, Führer der Standarte 252 Obersturmbannführer Hirt, Kreisleiter Vollrath, Führer der Standarte 437 Sturmbannführer Ehrhardt, Kreisleiter Haselwanderer, Führer der Standarte 467 Obersturmanführer Nachtwey, Führer der Motorstandarte 45 Obersturmbannführer Stilzebach, Führer der Reiterstandarte 45 Truppführer Helbing, Reiterschule Nordhausen (Schule des Reitersturms 3/459. aus dem Inhalt: Brigadeaufmarsch, Vorwort von Brigadeführer Hellwig - Das Hilfswerklager Kurt Lasch der Brigade 45 (Thüringen-Nord) - Der SA. Brigade 45 (Thüringen-Nord) zum Gruß!, Grußwort von Oberbürgermeister Heinz Sting - Wie die Standarte 252 entstand - Die Geschichte der Standarte 437 (Mühlhausen) - Die Entwicklungsgeschichte der Standarte 467 - Entstehungsgeschichte der Standarte 45 - Geschichte der Reiterstandarte 45. - Deutsches / Drittes Reich, SA der NSDAP, NS-Organisationen, Sturmabteilung, Nationalsozialismus, die braunen Soldaten des Führers, Männer im Braunhemd, SA.-Sportveranstaltung, nationalsozialistische Manneszucht und Einsatzbereitschaft, Kampf und Sieg der Bewegung, SA.-Stabschef Röhm in Nordhausen, letzte Großveranstaltung des Ernst Röhm vor seinem Heimgang, SA-Männer in Thüringen-Nord, SA.-Hilfswerklager Kurt Lasch, rein deutsches Benzin von Leuna, illustrierte Bücher, NS.-Schrifttum, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut. - Erstausgabe in sehr guter Erhaltung (ganz kleine Fehlstelle am rechten Oberrand des Vorderdeckels, sonst tadellos); weitere Bilder s.Nr. 24899 ! Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Plays

      1934. Signed. O""NEILL, Eugene. The Plays. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934-35. Twelve volumes. Octavo, original full red cloth gilt, top edges gilt, uncut, original slipcases. $3500.Signed limited “Wilderness Edition,” one of 552 sets signed in Volume I by O'Neill.With photogravure frontispieces and decorative headpieces. ""The measure of O'Neill's greatness was summed up by the playwright Arthur Miller: 'O'Neill was the great wrestler, fighting God to a standstill. The theater will forever need the towering rebuke of his life and his work and his agony"" (DAB, 526). This is the most complete early collection of O'Neill's plays, and includes Strange Interlude, Dynamo, Lazarus Laughed, Desire Under the Elms, Mourning Becomes Electra, and many others. Spiller, 671. With remnants of original glassine. Publisher's original slipcases a bit worn. A fine set.

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        RAVENS' BROOD

      Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1934.. Octavo, pp. [1-2] [i-vi] vii-xiv [xv-xvi] [1] 2-301 [302: blank], original pictorial red cloth, front panel stamped in blind, spine panel stamped in gold, top edge stained red. First U.S. edition. Weird novel of ancient Druidic sorcery set in Cornwall in the 1870s. Benson's last supernatural novel. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-16. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 31. Wilson, Shadows in the Attic, p. 68. Bleiler (1978), p. 21. Reginald 01133. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. Very scarce in this condition. (#149812)

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        The New Pioneers: The First Picture of the American People East-West-North-South Under the New Deal

      Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1934. First Edition, First Printing. Inscribed by the author on the front free end paper, “To Fred Black – / and so on and / so forth – / James Remington McCarthy / May 10, 1939." Impressions of the U.S. during the early years of Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal. "Mr. John Citizen speaks right out here. No Big Shot orates. No statistics are fired at you, no propaganda. Listen to the voice of the people, face to face with vital realities." (From the rear flap.) 8vo, 343 pages. Near Fine, with gilt on spine a little rubbed, in a Near Fine, unclipped dust jacket. Copies in the dust jacket are uncommon, especially in such nice condition as this one. Signed copies are even more scarce. A beautiful copy. SCARCE SIGNED.

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        Le pion sur l'échiquier

      1934. Albin Michel, Paris 1934, 11,5x18,5cm, relié. - Albin Michel, Paris 1934, 11,5x18,5cm, relié. - Prima edizione, una copia del servizio stampa. Binding metà Havana dolore, torna con cinque nervi decorate con dorate piatti punteggiata di carta a motivi decorativi, coperture conservati e schienali. autografo firmato Irene Nemirovsky Dr. Périneau sulla pagina occhietto marginalmente ombreggiato. [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Reliure en demi chagrin havane, dos à cinq nerfs orné de pointillés dorés, plats de papier à motifs décoratifs, couvertures et dos conservés. Envoi autographe signé d'Irène Némirovsky au docteur Périneau sur la page de faux-titre marginalement ombrée.

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        Journey to the End of the Night

      Little, Brown and Company 1934 - First American edition. 509 pp. Black cloth with brown spine lettering. Near Fine in Good+ dust jacket. Light scuffing to cloth, a bit of shelf wear. Jacket chipped and well-worn along edges (especially tail), spine panel sunned, two small pieces of archival mending tissue on verso, price intact ($2.50). The first English translation by John Marks of Celine's debut novel, which is one of the best examples of dark humor in 20th Century fiction. Uncommon in jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Winged Victory. [First Edition. First Impression]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY OF AN AVIATION CLASSIC

      Jonathan Cape,, [1934]. 8vo., First Edition, First Impression; blue cloth, upper board and backstrip lettered in white, blue top (mildly faded), small pull at headband else a very good, bright, clean, crisp copy, now housed in a custom-made solander case. A BRIGHT COPY OF THE FIRST IMPRESSION (with publisher's name lettered in full at tail of backstrip). One of the finest novels of WWI, Yeates's classic account of war in the air was prompted by Henry Williamson (to whom the work is dedicated) and completed with his continuing support and encouragement. First published in 1934 in two distinct impressions, it rapidly became practically unobtainable and was not reissued until 1961, for which later edition Williamson provided a preface and tribute. Sadly Yeates died of tuberculosis in the year of first publication. RARE.

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        Woodcut Book-Plates. Preface by Lionel Lindsay

      Privately Printed [by the Beacon Press], Sydney, N.S.W. 1934 - First edition, #30 of 210 signed copies. Signed frontispiece bookplate for Edward, Prince of Wales by Adrian Feint and many other tipped-in and signed plates. 218, [6]pp. 1 vols. 4to. Japan vellum spine and decorated boards. Bookplate of William Henry and Katherine Burnham Signed frontispiece bookplate for Edward, Prince of Wales by Adrian Feint and many other tipped-in and signed plates. 218, [6]pp. 1 vols. 4to [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Woodcut Book-Plates Preface by Lionel Lindsay

      Sydney, N.S.W.: Privately Printed [by the Beacon Press], 1934. First edition, #30 of 210 signed copies. Signed frontispiece bookplate for Edward, Prince of Wales by Adrian Feint and many other tipped-in and signed plates. 218, [6]pp. 1 vols. 4to. Japan vellum spine and decorated boards. Bookplate of William Henry and Katherine Burnham. First edition, #30 of 210 signed copies. Signed frontispiece bookplate for Edward, Prince of Wales by Adrian Feint and many other tipped-in and signed plates. 218, [6]pp. 1 vols. 4to.

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        The Murder of Suzy Pommier (Translated from the French by Warre B. Wells)

      Little, Brown and Company, Boston 1934 - A spectacular copy in finely woven black cloth stamped brightly in reddish pink on the front boards and on the spine. Fresh, crisp and clean as if it just came out of the publishing house. In a striking pictorial dust jacket with the original price of $2.00 at the top of the inside front flap. Wear and small pieces missing at the corners and a bit of rubbing and wear to the top and bottom of the spine ends of the jackets. Otherwise, an amazingly clean, crisp dust jacket. A superior collector's copy of this scarce book in the original dust jacket. Screen Star Slaim: Cinema Murder Duplicated. SuzyPommier Death Follows Premiere. Paris, Jan. 5. Last night a vast audience attended the premiere of Jean Riviere's new cinema, "The Two Worlds,".The beautiful star herself was present, escorted by a young man known as her infatuated protector of the moment. .Then came the masterly but savage scene, the climax, which showed the heroine strangled in her bath by a faithless lover." Emmanuel Bove was born Emmanuel Bobovnikoff in 1898 in Paris to a Russian father and a Luxembourgish mother. He studied at the Ecole alsacienne and the lycée Calvin de Genève. At the age of 14, he decided to become a novelist. In 1915, he was sent to boarding school in England, where he completed his education.In 1921, he married Suzanne Vallois and moved to the suburbs of Vienna. There he began his writing career, publishing numerous popular novels under the pseudonym Jean Vallois. He returned to Paris in 1922 and worked as a journalist. His work came to the attention of Colette, who helped him publish his first novel under his own name, Mes amis (My Friends) in 1924. The novel became a success and he consistently published until the The Second World War, winning the Prix Figuière in 1928. First Edition with matching dates of 1934 on the title and copyright pages; with "Published January, 1934" on the copyright page. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brainerd Phillipson Rare Books]
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        Autographs and inscriptions of Maxim Litvinoff, Anthony Eden, and others at Geneva and Berlin 1934; caricature of Eisenstaedt, der Mann mit dem Leica-Gesicht, Berlin 8.XI. 34, signed Apt 34; and inscriptions in Cyrillic

      1934 - 1 vols. From the autograph albums of Alfred Eisenstaedt:Recto:At the Disarmament Conference in Geneva, May-June 1934Top to bottom:[Unidentified] R ----. Geneva 1-6-34M. Litvinov, Genève, 1/6/34 [Russian Foreign Minister] [Baron Pompeo] AloisiAnthony Eden, [1] June 1934 [British politician, later Prime Minister[underneath:]"With full appreciation on this rather anxious day, Berlin June 30, 1934, William E. Dodd [American Ambassador to Germany, 1933-7]Verso:Two inscriptions in Cyrillic, 5 lines, 22 & 26 September 1934 [Yugoslavia?] Caricature: Eisenstaedt, der Mann mit dem Leica-Gesicht, Berlin 8.XI.34, signed Apt[?] 34. Old perforations and marginal reinforcement. Fine [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Death Ship.

      NY. Knopf. 1934 - First Edition. With "First Printing, April, 1934" on the copyright page. Very clean and tight internally. In a heavily soiled, edge-rubbed dustjacket with the original price of "$2.50 net" at the top of the inside front flap. With a 3" closed tear at the top left-hand corner of the front panel and a few small chips at the top of the spine. First Edition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Brainerd Phillipson Rare Books]
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        Encyclopédie anarchiste

      Librairie internationale, 1934. Quatre volumes grand in - 4 (313 x 248 mm), 2893 pp. - (1) ff., pagination continue, demi - chagrin marron, dos à cinq nerfs. Edition originale publiée sous la direction de Sébastien Faure. (tome IV déboité, un mors fendu tome III, frottements sur les dos, coins usés). / / Four quarto volumes (313 x 248 mm), 2893 pp. - (1) ff., continuous pages numbering, brown half shagreen, spine raised on five bands. First edition, directed by Sébastien Faure. (vol. 4 is disbound, a join cracked vol. 3, rubbings on spines, corners bumped).

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        TYPED LETTER SIGNED (TLS), to Lester Anderson, dated 31 July 1934, ribbon copy, one sheet of letter-size bond, single-spaced, typed on recto only, signed in full in blue pencil ("Clark Ashton Smith") at bottom, with one autograph edit (insertion of three words)

      1934. Anderson was a California Bay Area fan to whom Smith wrote on several other occasions as well. This letter, about 400 words, has the tone of something written from a sense of obligation rather than pleasure, to address points raised evidently in Anderson's previous letter to him. No, Smith doesn't think socialism will work in this country, or in Russia either. He thought Robert W. Chambers' SLAYER OF SOULS was "inexpressively pediculous." He dismisses most of the current pulp magazines, except for ASTOUNDING STORIES, and doesn't think much of Dashiell Hammett's anthology, CREEPS BY NIGHT. "Harre's BEWARE AFTER DARK is still unapproached in my opinion, as an anthology of weirds." Published (with slight alterations) in Schultz and Connors, Selected Letters of Clark Ashton Smith, p. 259-260. Three light horizontal creases where folded for mailing, very good. (#136826)

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        WHITE PYTHON: ADVENTURE AND MYSTERY IN TIBET

      Philadelphia, London: J. B. Lippincott Company, [1934].. Octavo, pp. [1-6] 7-320, frontispiece map, original yellow cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black. First U.S. edition. Lost race adventure novel. Sightless Troglodytes ruled by a beautiful, but merciless queen in subterranean Tibet. The second of four Colin Gray novels. Clareson, Science Fiction in America, 1870s-1930s 151. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 50. In 333. Bleiler (1978), p. 41. Reginald 02865. A fine copy in very good pictorial dust jacket with touch of rubbing at spine ends and along front flap fold and a bit of darkening to spine panel, A lovely copy in a nice example of this striking pictorial jacket. (#149818)

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        Linschoten Vereeniging: Complete Itinerario Jan Huygen van Linschoten

      Linschoten Vereeniging: 's-Gravenhage, 1934-1957. Complete set. 6 vols over 5 delen.(Linschoten-Ver. 39, 43, 57,58. Complete set. 57, 58 en 60 is de tweede druk van de uitgave uit 1910. En 39, 43 (43 bestaat uit 2 volumes) zijn eerste drukken. Geheel in uitstekende staat en compleet.

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        NEW TALES OF HORROR BY EMINENT AUTHORS ..

      London: Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., n.d. [1934].. Octavo, pp. [1-15] 16-255 [256] [note: first two leaves are blanks used as front paste-down and free endpaper], true endpapers at rear, original orange cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black. First edition. Partially original anthology anonymously edited by Terence Ian Fytton Armstrong (a.k.a. "John Gawsworth"), collecting thirty crime and supernatural stories, seventeen of which appear here for the first time, by Arthur Machen, Richard Middleton, E. H. Visiak, M. P. Shiel, John Gawsworth, Frederick Carter, Hugh MacDiarmid, Nugent Barker, and others. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1230. Clute and Grant (eds), The Encyclopedia of Fantasy, p. 392. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 2. Bleiler (1978), p. 8. Reginald 10639. Pulp paper text block lightly tanned, a fine copy in very good plus pictorial dust jacket with light wear at edges, mild dust soiling to spine and rear panels, and small stain on rear panel. A nice example of a rare jacket. (#149259)

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        The 38th U.S. Open Championship Program.

      United States of America: U.S.G.A., 1934. - 48 pp. Illustrated from photographs, drawings, course maps (one for each hole and a full-page of the entire course) and ads, including a double page "Former National Open Champions" with photos of Bobby Jones, Gene Sarazen, Francis Ouimet, Walter Hagen, etc. 28x21.7 cm. (11x8½"), original saddle stitched colour pictorial wrappers. Won by Olin Dutra (1901–1983). Born in Monterey, Dutra joined the pro tour in 1924, leaving a job at a hardware store to do so. He won 19 tournaments in all including this 1934 Open and the 1932 PGA Championship, and played on the 1933 and 1935 Ryder Cup teams. Shows pairings and starting times for the first two days of competition; page with official score cord left blank. Articles include: The Open Championship at Merion by Grantland Rice, Merion's First Open Championship by O.B. Keeler, Merion Leads Way in World of Sports by Robert W. Lesley, etc. Very good condition. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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