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2020-07-15 14:23:02
W. Heath Robinson
Published by The Great Western Railway, Paddington Station, W.2., In the Centenary Year of the Company [printed by Wyman & Sons Limited, Reading], [London], 1935. First printing, quarto size, 96 pp. William Heath Robinson (1872-1944) was an exemplary book illustrator and cartoonist, "the only British illustrator to become a 'household name' " (Houfe), a contemporary of acclaimed illustrators Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, best known for his cartoons portraying elaborate and whimsical machinary made to complete simple tasks. In fact, his fame was such that the term "Heath Robinson" was used in the United Kingdom to refer to such machinary, much as the term "Rube Goldberg" was used in the United States. The Great Western Railway, founded in 1835, asked Robinson to produce a series of illustrations concerning railways, which he did in his inimitable style. While this work is listed in Appendix A in Beare, there is no description; however, a prior owner marking on the front free endpaper states there were a "few copies bound up in boards for presentation". There is indeed a pencilled inscription on the front free endpaper with the date of "31.8.1935" (August 31, 1935); since, as of this writing, every other copy of this work online is in wraps, that indeed appears to be the case. ___DESCRIPTION: Textured paper over boards, with a wrap-around cartoon in green, yellow, white and black of a Robinson cartoon, price on the front board set within the steam coming out of a train engine of "1/-", pencilled inscription on the front free endpaper which is very difficult to decipher (co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Swan's Fine Books, ABAA, ILAB, IOBA [Walnut Creek, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-15 14:12:04
ELIOT, T. S. (1888-1965)
Canterbury: H. J. Goulden, 1935. Light spotting to endleaves, pale toning to edges of wrappers. 8vo. 38 pages. Original printed wrappers. FIRST (ACTING) EDITION. One of 750 copies printed and distributed at performances at Canterbury Cathedral in May 1935. The text is slightly abbreviated and altered from the text of the complete edition published in June. Gallup A29a. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [United States]
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2020-07-15 10:14:24
CUNNINGHAM, William
Vanguard Press, New York, 1935. First edition. Two modest stamps from a Brooklyn camera shop on the front pastedown, else fine in an attractive, very good dustwrapper with a thin triangular chip on the spine removing some of the lettering from the title, and some other modest wear at the extremities. The author's first book, an antiwar novel based on the abortive 1917 rebellion (called the Green Corn Rebellion in the War Department archives) of Oklahoma farmers who plotted to rebel against the draft and America's entrance into the First World War, and to march on Washington and form a cooperative commonwealth, and the tragic consequences to those who participated in it. Cunningham was a major influence on his protégé and friend at the Oklahoma Writer's Project, Jim Thompson. Thompson's admiration for this novel and friendship with Cunningham precipitated his being hired at the Project, where he succeeded Cunningham as Director. Cunningham was also the head of the Communist Party in Oklahoma during some of the 1930s, and according to one source Cunningham arranged for Jim Thompson to join the local chapter so that Thompson could get a loan from the cell and buy a car in which to travel from Oklahoma to California. Cunningham's style, influence, and some of the episodes from this novel are reflected in Thompson's later writing. This novel was cited by Walter B. Rideout in his definitive study, *The Radical Novel in the United States*. All copies of *The Green Corn Rebellion* are exceptionally uncommon, and in jacket they are flat out rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cov … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2020-07-15 01:07:59
Niccolò Machiavelli
Società Anonima Editrice Dante Alighieri (Albrighi, Segati & C.) - Milano, Città di Castello, 1935. Nuova collezione di classici italiani con note ad uso delle scuole ITALIANO Volume degli anni '30 del '900 in stato discreto, il volume si presenta completo ma diviso in due blocchi, il primo va da piatto anteriore a pagina 206, il secondo da pagina 207 a piatto inferiore, coperta in cartoncino, firma d'appartenenza su piatto anteriore e foglio di guardia, mancanze sul dorso, fioritura sparsa, bordo stanco, legatura malferma, tagli bruniti con barbe, pagine in buono stato, alcune sottolineature e postille a matita, margini ambrati. Con introduzione e commento di Raffaele Chiàntera. Fa parte della collana Nuova collezione di classici italiani con note ad uso delle scuole. II edizione. Numero Pagine 246
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele [Tarquinia, VT, Italy]
2020-07-15 01:07:59
Niccolò Machiavelli
Città di Castello: Società Anonima Editrice Dante Alighieri (Albrighi, Segati & C.) - Milano, 1935. Città di Castello: Società Anonima Editrice Dante Alighieri (Albrighi, Segati & C.) - Milano, 1935. II ED.. BROSSURA. DISCRETO. 13 19,8. ORT0014 Nuova collezione di classici italiani con note ad uso delle scuole LETTERATURA 012 USATO
Bookseller: Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBabele [Italy]
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2020-07-14 22:43:08
Lincoln, Jackson Steward. Introduction by C. G. Seligman
London: The Cresset Press, 1935. First edition of the author's doctorate thesis on the theory and function of dreams in primitive cultures. Octavo, original cloth, engraved frontispiece. In very good condition with toning to the spine. Very rare. Jackson Steward Lincoln's doctoral thesis, The Dream in Primitive Cultures, covers in detail the structure, theory and function of dreams in primitive cultures with a particular focus on indigenous North American cultures including the Yuma, Mohave, Navajo, Crow, Blackfoot, Ottawa and Kwakiutl tribes. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books [United States]
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2020-07-14 17:37:08
Morse, Harry Hemen [b. 1895] & Morse, Alice Miller [b. 1897
1935. Album has 21 pages with photographs affixed to both sides of the pages, 51 original photographs, most with captions, and three real-photo postcards. The photographs range from 5" x 8" (7) to 5-1/2" x 3-1/2" (16) to 2-1/2" x 1-1/2" (19), and the remainder "in-between". 6-1/2" x 10" decorative album, silk cord-tied grey boards with a stenciled floral design on the front. Housed in an 8" x 11" custom clamshell case with Morocco leather label and gilt titles on the spine of the case stating "Far Eastern Academy Photo Album Shanghai China ca. 1929-35. Moire silk liners. Both album & case in overall excellent condition, Nr Fine. Item #48732 Harry Heman Morse (b. January 20, 1895 - Battle Creek, MI) and his wife Alice Miller Morse (born May 27, 1897 - Laura, OH) arrived in Shanghai on August 25, 1927 on the S. S. Korea-Maru, where they took on duties at the Far Eastern Academy. The school had been established in 1925 by the Seventh Day Adventist Mission of Singapore; both Morse and his wife were church members. The school was located at 32 Ningkuo Road. It taught grades 1 - 12, both boarding and resident students, particularly children of Seventh Day Adventist missionaries. Morse was principal of the school and a science and math instructor, and his wife was the matron and an instructor. Their US home appears to have been Bell, CA. A formal portrait of the Morses, as well as three postcards of ocean liners (S. S. Sphinx, N.Y.K.'s M. S. Heian Maru and another that is unmarked and may be the S. S. Korea-Maru) are at the front of the album, as well as images of the Shanghai sky … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: tavistockbooks (tavbooks) [Alameda, California, United States]
2020-07-13 22:22:25
Morse, Harry Hemen [b. 1895] & Morse, Alice Miller [b. 1897]
1935. Album has 21 pages with photographs affixed to both sides of the pages, 51 original photographs, most with captions, and three real-photo postcards. The photographs range from 5" x 8" (7) to 5-1/2" x 3-1/2" (16) to 2-1/2" x 1-1/2" (19), and the remainder "in-between" Harry Heman Morse (b. January 20, 1895 - Battle Creek, MI) and his wife Alice Miller Morse (born May 27, 1897 - Laura, OH) arrived in Shanghai on August 25, 1927 on the S. S. Korea-Maru, where they took on duties at the Far Eastern Academy. The school had been established in 1925 by the Seventh Day Adventist Mission of Singapore; both Morse and his wife were church members. The school was located at 32 Ningkuo Road. It taught grades 1 - 12, both boarding and resident students, particularly children of Seventh Day Adventist missionaries. Morse was principal of the school and a science and math instructor, and his wife was the matron and an instructor. Their US home appears to have been Bell, CA. A formal portrait of the Morses, as well as three postcards of ocean liners (S. S. Sphinx, N.Y.K.?s M. S. Heian Maru and another that is unmarked and may be the S. S. Korea-Maru) are at the front of the album, as well as images of the Shanghai skyline. For the 1930-31 school year enrollment was 44 students ? 26 residents and 18 boarders from all over Asia. In addition to the Morses, the faculty included Chas. Larsen, Mrs. Ora R. Williams, Miss Florence Numbers and Miss Lillian Anderson (who we posit was the sister of one of the students, Charles Anderson). In addition to normal school activities there was a printin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [Alameda, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-13 20:15:33
THOMAS, George
Williams & Norgate Ltd, London, 1935. First edition. Foreword by Beverley Nichols. Spine a little cocked and some light foxing on the boards, very good in very good dustwrapper with spine-toning, and small nicks at the spine ends. Jacket art by Macadam. First novel by this author. His previous personal memoir, *A Tenement in Soho, or Two Flights Up*, which was published with a foreword by John Oxenham, was well-received, and described his family, who lived above Berwick Market, and their enormously difficult life struggling with poverty and disease. The son of a dustman, the author, his mother, and two of his siblings suffered from progressive muscular atrophy. George (as well as his mother and two other siblings) were confined to the flat, and later, encouraged by Erica Oxenham, he took a correspondence course. Remarkably, he found love, marrying a woman whom he met through correspondence in 1943, agreeing to marry before they had ever met. He died in 1952 in his late 40s. This autobiographical novel continues the saga from his first book, about a group of working class families living in Crow Court, seemingly substituting for the author's Westminster home. Critically well-received (some compared his dark resentment to Denton Welch), but financially unremunerative, this was his last book. He was the subject of a 1970 biography *George Thomas of Soho* by Dame Felicitas Corrigan, with an Introduction by Sir Alec Guinness. Accompanied by the original handwritten manuscript. [3], [1] (publisher's typed blurbs from Vita Sackville-West, James Agate, and others), 544 numbered lea … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2020-07-13 17:36:04
BUTTS, Mary
William Heinemann, London, 1935. First edition. Spine a bit faded, else near fine, lacking the dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author to Odo Cross, author and companion of author Angus Wilson: "Odo from Mary. In memory of all the lovely things we [word obscured] Anguses have done together. Seneca June 1935." Butts stayed with Cross and Wilson in the Summer of 1935, at which time, according to Butts's journal, Cross said to her: "I'm queer, but I so love you." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2020-07-12 22:47:05
Wolfe, Thomas
Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1935. First edition. Neatly signed by Thomas Wolfe with fountain pen on front free endpaper. [xii], 912 pp. Publisher's black cloth lettered and ruled in gilt with green bands. Slight wave to bottom edge of prelims and first few pages, slightly worn tips, else Fine in unclipped dust jacket, Very Good+, a little soiled and rubbed, faint crease to back panel, two subtle tape mends to verso along flap folds. The second and final of Wolfe's novels to be published in his lifetime, uncommon signed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books, ABAA [Portland, OR, U.S.A.]
2020-07-12 19:22:09
BURROUGHS
Tarzana: 1935. BURROUGHS Edgar Rice - Tarzan and the leopard man BURROUGHS Edgar Rice Tarzan and the leopard man Edgar Rice Burroughs Inc, Tarzana 1935, 13,5x19,5cm, reliure de l'éditeur. Edition de l'année de l'originale parue la même année à Chicago chez A. C. McClurg & Co.Reliure de l'éditeur en pleine toile rouge, dos lisse, tête rouge, agréable exemplaire complet de sa jaquette illustrée.Ouvrage orné d'illustrations de J. Allen Saint-John. *** [English translation available upon request. Contact us for any information!]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, France]
2020-07-12 00:55:54
Robert Frost
Hanover, NH: Dartmouth College's Baker Library, 1935. ***EXTREMELY RARE CRANE "A" ITEM*** **#66 OF 125 LIMITED EDITION COPIES** THREE POEMS BY ROBERT FROST Hanover, N.H.: Baker Library Press, 1935. Limited Edition [Crane A18]. Light blue heavy laid paper wrappers stitched at the center fold with light blue flax string, and on the front cover is a cream paper label on which is printed in black within a gray-blue thick-thin rule frame: "THREE POEMS / ROBERT FROST." Measures approximately 7 1/2" by 10 1/4". 12 unnumbered pages with the top edge trimmed and other edges uncut. As stated on the Copyright Page, this Limited Edition publication was privately printed in 1935 by The Daniel Oliver Associates of Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. And as stated on the Colophon or Limitation Page: "The three poems printed in this brochure have never before been published in book form. They are now reprinted by the Daniel Oliver Associates of Dartmouth College with the kind permission of the author. The edition, no copies of which are for sale, is limited to one hundred twenty five copies, hand set in Caslon Oldstyle, & printed on Worthy Hand and Arrows [paper]. This copy is Number "66" The three poems are printed on pages 5 through 8, including: (1) "The Quest of the Orchis" which was printed first in The Independent on June 27, 1901, and later included in Robert Frost's Pulitzer Prize-winning Seventh Book of Poetry, A Witness Tree (1942), with the title, "The Quest of the Purple-Fringed." (2) "Warning" was printed in The Independent on September 9, 1897, and was never collecte … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rfbooks [Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States]
2020-07-12 00:02:50
Lachman, Harry (director); Philip Klein, Robert M. Yost (screenwriter); Spencer Tracy, Claire Trevor (starring)
Fox Film Corporation, 1935. Final Script for the 1935 film, "Dante's Inferno," directed by Harry Lachman, written for the screen by Philip Klein and Robert M. Yost, and starring Spencer Tracy and Claire Trevor. Carnival barker Spencer Tracy befriends an elderly concessionaire and turns the old man's picturesque but stodgy display depicting Dante's Inferno into a major attraction, complete with full orchestra and scantily clad "devil girls." He eventually buys up the rest of the carnival, using cold-blooded tactics that result in the suicide of a fellow concessionaire, and within five years is a millionaire tycoon of the entertainment industry. In an important sequence, for nearly ten minutes, the movie audience is treated to a lavish depiction of hell wherein Tracy is warned of the dangers of hell, magnificently photographed by cinematographer Rudolph Mate. Although the Fox Film Corporation produced the film, it was distributed after Fox's merger with Twentieth Century, which began trading on May 31, 1935. Green titled wrappers, with a holograph pencil notation of project No. 1107, dated 11/26/34, and with credits in manual type for Klein and Yost. Title page integral with first page of text. 131 leaves, mimeograph duplication, with several change pages, all dated 11/28/34. Laid in are 3 pages of additional scenes constituting the film's finale, titled "Finish." Pages and wrapper Very Good plus, with some flaking to the yapped edges of the wrapper, bound with three gold brads.
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 23:32:07
Fuller, Samuel
New York: Phoenix Press, 1935. First Edition. First Edition. Fuller's first book, a sort of cynical screwball satire, about a New York reporter's rise, fall, triumphant return, and ultimate failure in Hollywood. One of three pulp novels he wrote prior to bringing the same sensibilities to his brilliant career as a film director. About Very Good lacking dust jacket, with portions of the jacket flaps still attached at the pastedowns, and a library address stamp to both endpapers, as well as the top and bottom page block. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 22:24:38
Von Sternberg, Josef [Joseph] (director); Fyodor Dostoevsky (novel); Joseph Anthony (screenwriter); Irving Lippman (photographer); Peter Lorre, Edward Arnold (starring)
Los Angeles: B.P. Schulberg Productions, 1935. Vintage black-and-white photograph of Peter Lorre on the set, seated with his script, from the 1935 film. Photographed by A.L. Schaefer, with his credit stamp on the verso, as well as a stamp reading "PETER LORRE / COLUMBIA CONTRACT PLAYER." 8 x 10 inches. Fine.
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 22:24:38
Hitchcock, Alfred (director); John Buchan (novel); Charles Bennett, Ian Hay (screenwriters); Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll (starring)
London: Gaumont, 1935. Vintage black-and-white still photograph from the UK release of the 1935 film, a shot of stars Robert Donat and Madeleine Carroll in one of the film's less stressful moments. Hitchcock's adaptation of Buchan's novel proved, as usual, to be an improvement on the source material, adding two key female characters and removing a couple of serious plot implausibilities. Of nearly inestimable importance is that Hitchcock found in "The 39 Steps" a theme that would become his favorite, and one whose variations he would virtually exhaust: an innocent man on the run, clever and resourceful but surrounded by a conspiracy he doesn't understand. 8 x 10 inches. Near Fine with some light creasing to the corners.
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 22:24:37
Ford, John (director); Liam O'Flaherty (novel); Robert W. Coburn (still photographer); Dudley Nichols (screenwriter); Victor McLaglen, Heather Angel, Preston Foster (starring)
N.p. RKO Radio Pictures, 1935. Two vintage oversize double weight studio still photographs from the 1935 film by photographer Robert W. Coburn. Striking matte-finished photographs, printed with irregular margins. One from the climactic church scene as Gypo Nolan (Victor McLaglen), arms outstretched, implores God's forgiveness for betraying his friend Frankie, whose mother (Una O'Connor) is kneeling in the pew behind him. The other of Gypo being consoled by his girlfriend Katie (Margot Grahame), during his tearful confession after his escape from his former IRA comrades. Robert W. Coburn was a leading portrait and still photographer for RKO, Samuel Goldwyn, and Columbia from 1920 to 1965. The second of two films based on Liam O'Flaherty's 1925 novel, the first being Arthur Robison's 1929 British feature, about a former Republic Army member during the Irish War of Independence, who turns in one of his comrades to the British in order to use the bounty money to book passage to America for himself and his girlfriend, who has been forced into prostitution. Winner of four Academy Awards, including Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Director, and Best Actor for McLaglen, nominated for two others, including Best Picture. Screenwriter Dudley Nichols became the first person to decline an Academy Award, when his refused his Oscar due to an ongoing dispute between the Screen Writers Guild and the Academy, though he would eventually claim it three years later. Images 9 x 11.5 inches printed on 11 x 14 inches with irregular margins. Near Fine. Complete collation details available on request. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 22:01:38
Balber, Ammon; Max Margulis, Charles Seeger (editors, contributors); Bertolt Brecht, Aaron Copland, Hanns Eisler, Lawrence Gellert, Herbert F. Peyser, Henry Cowell, Elie Siegmeister, Earl Cavis Kerkham (contributors)
New York: Music Vanguard, 1935. Complete two issue run of "Music Vanguard" magazine, listed as Vol. 1, issue 1 March-April 1935 and Vol. 1, issue 2 Summer 1935. Rare. "Music Vanguard" focused on the relationship between music and social justice, with a particular focus American socialist thought, noting in the introduction to the first issue the "wish to interrelate diverse elements in the field of music itself, so that a clear and simple view of what may be called 'the musical present' shall be within the range of every intelligent worker." Subjects for articles in the two issues include African American protest music, German workers music, the arts under fascist rule, and the difficulty and necessity of translating of protest music into other languages. Saddle stitched card wrappers. Lightly soiled overall, else both volumes Near Fine.
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 21:43:47
Wallace, Edgar (novel); Jack Raymond (director); Marjorie Gaffney, Michael Hogan, Bryan Edgar Wallace (screenwriter); Will Fyffe, Kay Walsh (starring)
N.p. Grand National Pictures, 1935. Early Draft script for the 1939 film, "The Mysterious Mr. Reeder," here under the working title (and the title Monogram Pictures used for its 1940 re-release), "The Mind of Mr. Reeder." Copy belonging to screenwriter Bryan Edgar Wallace (Edgar Wallace's son), with his name and holograph notation in pencil to the front wrapper. Based on the 1925 collection of short stories "The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder" by Edgar Wallace, and here under that working title. Will Fyffe is Mr. Reeder, the seemingly absentminded Scotland Yard detective who returns in this second "Mr. Reeder" film to fight a gang of counterfeiters. Tan titled wrappers. Title page present, dated October 1, 1935, with credit for writer Wallace. 78 leaves, mimeograph duplication. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine, bound with a teal cord. Okuda 71.
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 21:06:11
Odets, Clifford
New York: Covici-Friede, 1935. First edition, second issue of Odet's first book, containing his first three plays, "Awake and Sing!," "Waiting for Lefty," and "Till the Day I Die," all of which were written for and premiered by the Group Theatre in the first half of 1935. Copy belonging to Emanuel "Manny" Fried, an understudy to Group Theatre co-founder Harold Clurman in the earliest days of its existence. Fried who went on to both write and produce plays, would eventually refuse to testify at the HUAC hearings and be blacklisted. INSCRIBED to Fried by Odets on the half-title: "At the end of a long season, Sincerely, Clifford Odets. 7/13/35." Also signed round-robin with inspirational quotations by 25 other individuals. Nearly all were founding members of the Group Theatre, involved in its earliest productions, and nearly all went on to have major careers on the stage and in cinema. Included among the inscriptions are: John Garfield (who signs under his given name of Jules, "Spit on your hands and get to work"); Vincent Sherman (at this point an actor, but who would become a major Hollywood director; he makes mention here of his performance in a key 1933 film: "We both share in 'Counsellor-at-Law" / From one good communist to another / Vincent Sherman"); Elia Kazan (at this point working as an actor with only a bit part in one of the three plays); Stella Adler (actress, and later influential acting teacher of Marlon Brando, Elizabeth Taylor, and Robert De Niro, among others, "Work hard, study hard, and someday you will play such parts as Bessie Berger"); J. Edward Bromberg … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 20:42:49
Tuttle, Frank (director); Dashiell Hammett (novel); Kathryn Scola, Kubec Glasmon, Harry Ruskin (screenwriters); George Raft, Edward Arnold, Claire Dodd (starring)
Hollywood: Paramount Pictures, 1935. Vintage photograph of author Dashiell Hammett, star George Raft, and director Frank Tuttle on the set of the 1935 film noir. Snipe, stamps, and annotations on the verso, all indicating that this photo was used a number of times since it was struck in 1935. Based on the 1931 novel by Hammett, and the third time one of his novels was adapted to the screen, preceded by "The Maltese Falcon" (1931) and "The Thin Man" (1934). 8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus. Grant US. Spicer US Precursor.
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 20:42:49
Hammett, Dashiell
Beverly Hills, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], 1935. Dashiell Hammett's original submitted Treatment script for the first sequel to "The Thin Man," here referred to only as "Thin Man Sequel," and ultimately titled "After the Thin Man." With a single holograph correction by Hammett, and letter of provenance from Hammett's daughter Josephine Hammett Marshall regarding the discovery of the treatment in the family's estate. The first "Thin Man" film, released in 1934 and based on Hammett's novel, was a smash hit and is today a key film in the American screwball comedy cycle. Five sequels were made between 1936 and 1947 (all starring the original acting team of William Powell and Myrna Loy), and this previously unknown attempt at a sequel by Hammett was clearly commissioned by MGM but never produced, making this script an entire unpublished Hammett work. The story is a completely original one, never reworked for the other films, very much written in Hammett's trademark style and reading a bit more like a story treatment (i.e., a novel) than a final screenplay, which is likely as far as the story got on the road to production. The piece is dated Sept. 17, 1935 at the lower right corner of the front panel, along with Hammett's name, and Hammett's name is noted in pencil next to the title label (though not in Hammett's hand). There is only one single-word correction to the entire text, at page 83 in Hammett's hand, where the word "compact" is replaced with "cigarette case." Accompanying the screenplay is a typed letter signed from Hammett's daughter (who edited a recently published … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 20:39:20
Walsh, Maurice
London: Chambers, 1935. First Edition. First Edition, preceding all others. A phenomenally popular novel in the UK and Ireland upon publication, and basis for the iconic 1952 John Ford film, "The Quiet Man," starring John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara. The UK edition went well into multiple printings, the small first printing having always been extremely scarce, particularly in jacket. Very Good plus in an about Very Good dust jacket. Slight lean, neat contemporary owner name on the front endpaper ("D. MacKellaig"), a strip of fading along the bottom edge of the boards, light foxing to the page edges. Jacket has a few chips and short closed tears at the extremities, the largest being at the crown, affecting just a portion of the title ("EEN" in "GREEN"). A very presentable copy overall. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 20:07:17
Gardner, Erle Stanley
New York: William Morrow, 1935. First Edition. First Edition. Publisher's file copy, with "OFFICE FILE COPY" stamped on the rear panel of the jacket and several penciled annotations and deletions on the front flap and front endpaper. Near Fine in a Very Good or better dust jacket. Evidence of removal on the front pastedown, else book is quite clean. Jacket has no significant loss, only some rubbing at the folds, light fading to the spine panel, and small chips at the corners. A very presentable--and probably unique--copy of the sixth Perry Mason mystery. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 20:07:15
Davis, H.L.
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1935. First Edition. First Edition. Winner of both the 1935 Harper Prize and the Pulitzer Prize. Very Good plus in a Very Good, unclipped first state dust jacket. Book has light foxing to the boards and page edges, with toning to two pages where a laid-in newspaper clipping on the Pulitzer Prize win has aged. Rear flap detached from the fragile jacket, and front flap detached, with a few tiny chips at the spine ends. Still a clean, presentable copy. Housed in a custom clamshell box. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 19:56:02
Hillyer, Lambert (director); John Colton, Howard Higgin, Douglas Hodges (screenwriters); Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Beulah Bondi (starring)
Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1935. Treatment script for the 1936 film. Seen under the early working title "The Shining Spectre." Boris Karloff plays scientist Janos Rukh, who discovers a radioactive meteor in Africa that in turn causes him to become radioactive as well. His colleague Dr. Felix Benet (Bela Lugosi) develops a serum that holds the toxin at bay if taken regularly, though the romantic relationship budding between his wife Diana Rukh (played by Frances Drake) and Ronald Drake (Frank Lawton) causes Rukh to go mad, faking his own death in order to go on a vengeful killing spree, before a final confrontation with his mother halts him. The last of Universal's three Karloff / Lugosi team uos of the mid-1930s. In this treatment draft, Karloff's character (here named Josef Koh, perhaps too close a moniker to the actor they had in mind for the part) does go on his mad killing spree, though he and Diana are reunited in a final kiss, where he realizes his madness and she her enduring love for him, just before she is then vaporized by his radioactivity. While many of the film sets from the film were recycled from Universal's serial "Flash Gordon," which was being filmed simultaneously, and various stock footage was utilized as well, "The Invisible Ray" still managed to spend more than $50,000 over budget. Tall brown titled wrappers, noted as DRAFT on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped Screen Writers Guild file No. 6450, with credits for story writers Howard Higgin and Douglas Hodges. Title page present, dated Aug. 17 '35, with credits for story writers Howard Higg … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 19:26:49
Faulkner, William
New York: Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, 1935. First Edition. First Edition. One of 310 numbered copies (this being No. 131) SIGNED by the author. Faulkner's tale of barnstorm aviation, a pursuit which took his brother Dean's life a few months after the book was published. Basis for the 1958 Douglas Sirk film "The Tarnished Angels" featuring Robert Stack, Rock Hudson and Dorothy Malone. Quarter-bound in pale blue cloth, with silver paper-covered boards and silver spine title. Lacking the publisher's slipcase. Spine faded as often found, some wear at the fore-edge of the front board, and some creasing to the fore-edge of the fold-out leaf preceding the title page. A solid Very Good example overall. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Royal Books [United States]
2020-07-11 15:06:03
Hardcover Complete Wizard of Oz books series set. All books published before 1935. 1st title published by Bobbs Merrill. 2nd edition 2nd state and remaining books are published by Reilly & Lee. Wizard of Oz edition contains 16 color plates published around 1903. Road to Oz never had color plates and remaining books contains all required 12 or 16 color plates and illustrations. These books constitute Oz series written by Frank Baum. Books are in various condition, but photos speak for themselves. Few books might have previous owner name in the book belong section and they are at least 85 years old. Color plates were discontinued after 1935 to reduce cost of printing. This whole set is in general from Good to Very Good condition and none of these books are falling a part in your hands. I took a photo of book covers and an image of one color plate from each book. Dates determine by an advertisements of Oz titles in the books or inscription of the previous owners. Feel free to ask for any additional information if needed. Details of each titles and condition issues: 1. Wizard of Oz - Boobs Merrill 2nd edition 2nd state with required 16 color plates. Printed between 1903 to 1913. Condition: Very Good. 2. Land of Oz - Reilly & Lee. Pre 1935 edition based on presence of 12 color plates. Condition:Good+ due to some discoloration to the back cover. 3. Ozma of Oz - Reilly & Lee. 1920 edition based on advertisement section listing Glinda of Oz as a last known title at the time of publishing.with over 40 color illustrations. Condition:Very Good. 4. Dorothy with the Wizard in Oz - Reill … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: rareozbooks [Owings Mills, Maryland, United States]
2020-07-11 10:34:12
JOYCE, James and MATISSE Henri
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1935. 1st Edition. 4to. With 6 soft-ground etchings by Matisse and 20 reproductions of preliminary drawings on yellow and blue paper. Number 153 of 1500 copies Signed by Matisse. Front end papers spotted, otherwise a nice clean copy lacking the slip case. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Michael S. Kemp, Bookseller [Sheerness, KENT, United Kingdom]
2020-07-10 15:52:19
COLETTE
Paris: 1935. Librairie Koegui 21, rue vieille boucherie 64100 Bayonne Tél. +33 5 59 59 78 74 COLETTE - Les cahiers de Colette - 1935-36 - ill. par DIGNIMONT, DARAGNES, MOREAU, SEGONZAC 1935-36 - Edition originale - Illustré par DIGNIMONT, DARAGNES, MOREAU, SEGONZAC 57937 COLETTE Les Amis de Colette - 1935-36 Sous étui bordé de papier bois. Reliure demi-maroquin à coins d?une couleur différente pour chaque tome. Dos lisse orné de vaguelettes dorées. Tête dorée. Couverture et dos conservés. Reliure signée H. ALIX. Dos très légèrement passés. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie KOEGUI (alphab64) [64100 Bayonne, France]
2020-07-10 03:02:10
Enid Bagnold
Heinemann. Enid Bagnold - National Velvet - First UK Edition 1935 A first edition, first printing published by Heinemann in 1935. A near fine book with one neat gift inscription to the front endpaper in a neatly clipped near fine wrapper with one small reinforcement to the head of the spine and a little rubbing to the corners and spine tips. A superb copy of this title which is exceedingly rare in this condition. ___________________________________________ JOHN ATKINSON BOOKS is a full-time professional bookseller in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. We are members of the ABA, ILAB and PBFA and adhere to their guidelines. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: jatkinsonbooks [RIPON, United Kingdom]
2020-07-10 03:02:07
Enid Bagnold
New York: William Morrow & Co., 1935. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. 8vo - over 7� - 9�" tall. Laurian Jones. 1st Printing 1 Copyright date is 1935, first edition, first printing. Red and black cover over boards with silver lettering and design on the front and spine. Book is in Very Good condition, with previous owners name on the inside front cover and ID#. Contents are clean and unmarked. Mild bumping to spine ends and rubbing and bumping to cover corners. Dust jacket is in Good condition, with shallow clipping to flaps, edgewear, and moderate chipping to spine ends but largely present. Overall handsome copy of this classic novel that was the basis for the Elizabeth Taylor movie.
Bookseller: mclinhavenbooks [IOBA] [Elton, WI, U.S.A.]
2020-07-10 03:02:06
Bagnold, Enid
London Heinemann 1935. A first edition, first printing published by Heinemann in 1935. A near fine book with one neat gift inscription to the front endpaper in a neatly clipped near fine wrapper with one small reinforcement to the head of the spine and a little rubbing to the corners and spine tips. A superb copy of this title which is exceedingly rare in this condition. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: John Atkinson Books ABA ILAB PBFA [Harrogate, United Kingdom]
2020-07-09 23:34:03
SABIN, Edwin Legrand
Press of the Pioneers, New York, 1935. Revised edition with new material. Two volumes. Small light spots at the bottom of both spines from a tiny sticker removal, bookplate removed from the front pastedown of volume one with virtually no residue, else fine in a moderately worn, near very good slipcase. One of 200 Signed and numbered copies, this copy is lettered as copy "I", possibly from a smaller presentation limitation within the 200. Additionally this copy is Inscribed by the author: "I don't expect you to read this work for you can write a bigger one in a week. But here's hoping. Yrs, Edwin L. Sabin." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2020-07-09 02:03:47
VIVANT-DENON
Sans lieu d'édition: 1935. Librairie Koegui 21, rue vieille boucherie 64100 Bayonne Tél. +33 5 59 59 78 74 VIVANT-DENON - Point de lendemain. Conte. - vers 1935. vers 1935. 51223 VIVANT-DENON Sans nom. - vers 1935. Sous étui bordé. Reliure demi-maroquin bleu à coins. Dos lisse avec pièce de titre de maroquin rouge. Couverture et dos conservés. Tête dorée. Reliure signée D. SAPORITO. Jolie édition ornée de 12 délicates illustrations très libres par Léo FONTAN, coloriées au pochoir dont un frontispice et une vignette de titre.
Bookseller: Librairie KOEGUI (alphab64) [64100 Bayonne, France]
2020-07-08 21:24:03
1935. AN ATLAS ON BILIARY DRAINAGE MICROSCOPY BY B.B. VINCENT LYON M.D. AND WOMEN CONTRIBUTORS, 1935 This album was discovered in an estate sale. The home belonged to a doctor, so it made sense that a doctor would own an album of scientific research, but what delighted me was that the album was illustrated by photographic microscopy of such remarkable quality and diversity. Thirty-seven hand typed pages of research are illustrated with eighty-six photographic images shot through the microscope. Each image (usually 4 to a page) measures approximately 3.5" square. And while the subject of the research isn't appealing - biliary drainage - the little round images floating in a field of black are mesmerizing. Taken out of context they look like what might be discovered looking through a telescope; planets, stars, moons with surfaces marked by mountains or pools of sand, scattered particles of ice, strings of connected vapors. Each image, referred to in the research, is numbered with a short description. There is an overwhelming order and meticulous quality to the album in general and the images specifically. The album includes an acknowledgement to three women. It is simply noted that they were responsible for 'compiling the Atlas'. But as we consider the accumulation of effort that went into "compiling" we realize these women contributed to its essential material production and must have worked side by side with Dr. Lyon: Miss Beatrice G. Gledhill, R.N. (photographer) Miss Frances A. Keen, R.N. Miss Anna M. Reeder, A.B. There are 3 additional photographs at … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: House of Mirth Photos [Easthampton, MA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-08 18:41:03
T E Lawrence
1935. Seven Pillars of Wisdom - A Triumph T E Lawrence. Limited Edition London: Jonathan Cape. Very Good. [1935]. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Limited first published edition, number 10 of 750 copies. This volume was privately printed in 1926, and was first published for general circulation in 1935. Quarter leather over brown cloth with gilt lettering, top edge gilt, leaves are uncut; housed in modern cloth and paper covered slipcase. Boards have light wear and foxing, else very good. Contains b&w plates, facsimile pages from Lawrence's texts and manuscripts, and folding maps; some of the plates have tissue-guards. All plates and maps are present. This is T. E. Lawrence's famous account of his experiences in the Arab rebellion against the Ottoman Empire during World War I. Win [Thumbnails Below] Seven Pillars of Wisdom - A Triumph Author: Lawrence, T. E. Publication: London: Jonathan Cape, [1935] Edition: Limited Edition Binding: Hardcover Condition: Very Good Description: London: Jonathan Cape. Very Good. [1935]. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Limited first published edition, number 10 of 750 copies. This volume was privately printed in 1926, and was first published for general circulation in 1935. Quarter leather over brown cloth with gilt lettering, top edge gilt, leaves are uncut; housed in modern cloth and paper covered slipcase. Boards have light wear and foxing, else very good. Contains b&w plates, facsimile pages from Lawrence's texts and manuscripts, and folding maps; some of the plates have tissue-guards. All plates and maps are present. This is T. E. Lawrence's famou … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: abcandbeyond [Moab, Utah, United States]
2020-07-08 14:33:09
Winston Churchill
Home Library, 1935. Good condition. First Edition - The Great War By Sir Winston Churchill - Volumes 1-4 London: George Newnes Limited, 1935. First Illustrated edition. Hardcover. It features silver, gilt, and blind stamped decoration on marbled red boards with bevelled edges, marbled endpapers, and gilt top edges. These books are larger than the average book and extremely heavy. All in excellent vintage condition with no damage to spine or pages, all intact. A superb collection - very rare to find in this condition. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: crimsonbird [Wellington, New Zealand]
2020-07-08 12:31:11
John O'Hara
Harcourt, Brace and Company. The Doctor's Son And Other Stories 1935 Fine book in a Near Fine Plus jacket Sharp copy of author s uncommon second book in a repaired and as such, Near Fine Plus jacket Additional Photos Available Upon Request Harcourt, Brace and Company [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: D & L Fine Books [Richboro, PA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-08 02:10:11
1935. This is a leather bound signed collector's edition of Ken Kesey's masterpiece "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest", book that was translated in several languages and sold millions of copies all over the world. Winner of several literary prizes, it was adapted for both stage and big screen, including the blockbuster Academy Award winning Milos Forman movie with Jack Nicholson in the starring role. The book is unread and in great condition, with just minor imperfections of the gold gild on the side of the pages (see images). It is signed by the author on the limitation page, and it also includes the signed and dated certificate of authenticity. What makes this edition unique is the fact that the late Ken Kesey (1935 - 2001) decided to artistically enhance every signature in a different way, and this specific copy is signed as a two-shade purple drawing. Easton Press books are the golden standard in the publishing industry, highly collectible and lasting generations. Easton Press Full Genuine Leather Dubbed Spine Accented Wit 22 kt. Real Gold Satin Ribbon Page Marker Distinctive Cover Design Gilded Page Edges To Protect Against Humidity High Quality Acid - Free paper Smyth-Sewn Pages Silk-Moire Endleaves I combine multiple items for savings on shipping charges. I ship worldwide. Please ask about international shipping charges and/or different shipping options.Thank you! [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: veve3131 [Buffalo, New York, United States]
2020-07-08 02:07:12
Ernest Hemingway
1935. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Rare Book Cellar (rare-book-cellar) [Pomona, New York, United States]
2020-07-08 00:30:07
Ukers, William H. (Harrison)
New York: The Tea And Coffee Trade Journal Company, 1935. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Good. Illustrations Throughout. Xiv, 559; Vi, 568 Pp. Green Cloth, Gilt, Rules Stamped In Blind. First Printings, 1935, Of The Most Comprehensive Books On Tea. Cover Gilt Bright But Cloth Worn, Fraying At Ends Of Spine And At Tips. Library Bookplates With Discard Stamp On Verso Of Front Free Endpapers, Small Numbers Stamped At Bottom Of Dedication Pages;, Remnants Of Charge Slips On Rear Endpapers, Rear Hinge Cracked Between Pp 558/559 Of Volume I And Between Pp 566/567 On Volume Ii But Binding Intact And Strong.
Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books [United States]
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2020-07-07 21:02:07
GRAPHICS, ART & PHOTOGRAPHY] ARROSEV, A. [Aleksandr], text;
VOKS, 1935. First Edition. Unusually well-preserved copy of this landmark of Soviet book design, featuring copious examples of the revolutionary photomontage work of Rodchenko and Stepanova. The two extremely fragile inserted design elements - a die-cut, folded plate bearing Lenin's portrait on a movie screen, and a clear celluloid sheet with the printed silhouette of Stalin are rarely found intact (if at all); in this copy both are present and complete, in excellent condition. Small quarto (27cm). Leatherette-backed pictorial paper-covered boards; [1-24], 25-306, [20]pp. Mild external wear; slight lean to text block; still a tight, Very Good or better copy, with both pictorial inserts present and in good condition (bit of wrinkling to the fragile celluloid insert bearing Stalin's silhouette portrait). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: joehillstrom [Winchester, Virginia, United States]
2020-07-07 16:02:57
1935. good. The album "Socialism Industry" is one of the outstanding creations of the great designer of the 20th century book Lazar Mordukhovich Lissitzky, known throughout the world under the name El Lissitzky. Socialism industry: Heavy industry for the VII All-Union Congress of Soviets. Moscow: BUILD (newspaper "For Industrialization") and IZOGIZ, 1935. Completeness - 7 separate issues in a folder and 2 separate sheets. Good condition. Lissitzky. The responsible editor of the album is B. M. Tal. Art edition of I.P. Abramsky. Literary part - A. M. Litvak. Photomontages, bas-relief drawings and diagrams - V.F. Shtranikh. The photographs were used by M. Alpert, G. Petrusov, M. Prekhner, A. Shaikhet and others. The "Socialism Industry" is dedicated to the VII All-Russian Congress of Soviets. The team of IZOGIZ artists, designers of the book, set itself the task of demonstrating not only the successes of the Soviet state in the field of industrialization, but also the successes of Soviet artists and polygraphists. Most of the album is made up of reportage and art photographs, including full-color ones, including graphic portraits, works of socialist realistic painting and photo collages. The album is printed on various grades of paper, mainly coated paper is used, there are illustrations on tracing paper, color illustrations with embossing and using fabric in the design. Large shots and maps are placed on folding sheets. When making portraits, art felling is used. Excellent preservation. Gift edition not intended for sale and published in a limited edition. El Lissitzky (Lazar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ssrachmaninov [Orel, Russian Federation]
2020-07-07 11:43:02
Ernest Hemingway
1935. Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer.Ernest Hemingway Vert Hills De Afrique 1st Edition 1st Impression Veste Bon Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. Ernest Hemingway GREEN HILLS OF AFRICA 1ère édition 1ère impression Relié New York Scribners 1935 Très bon dans une bonne jaquette verte et noire, avec un prix original de "2,75" Véritable premier numéro du deuxième livre de fiction de Hemingway. Scribner «A» et sceau imprimés sur la page de copyright. Bande au verso de la colonne vertébrale. La première impression, composée de 10550 exemplaires, a eu lieu en octobre. Hannemann A13a Images supplémentaires ajoutées. 83035 Ernest Hemingway GREEN HILLS OF AFRICA 1ère édition 1ère impression Relié New York Scribners 1935 Très bon dans une bonne jaquette verte et noire, avec un prix original de "2,75" Véritable premier numéro du deuxième livre de fiction de Hemingway. Scribner «A» et sceau imprimés sur la page de copyright. Bande au verso de la colonne vertébrale. La première impression, composée de 10550 exemplaires, a eu lieu en octobre. Hannemann A13a Images supplémentaires ajoutées. 83035 Author Ernest Hemingway Special Attributes 1st Edition Special Attributes Dust Jacket Topic Travel Year Printed 1935 Original/Facsimile Original Subject Literature & Fiction. [Attributes: In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Rare Book Cellar (rare-book-cellar) [Pomona, New York, United States]
2020-07-07 11:43:02
Ernest Hemingway
1935. Condition: Very good. When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. Ernest Hemingway GREEN HILLS OF AFRICA 1st Edition 1st Printing Hardcover New York Scribners 1935 Very Good in a Good Green and black dustjacket, with original price of "2.75" True first issue of Hemingway's second book of nonfiction. Scribner's "A" and Seal printed on the copyright page. Tape to verso of spine. The first printing consisted of 10550 copies and took place in October. Hannemann A13a Extra pictures added. 83035 Author Ernest Hemingway Special Attributes 1st Edition Special Attributes Dust Jacket Topic Travel Year Printed 1935 Original/Facsimile Original Subject Literature & Fiction. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Rare Book Cellar (rare-book-cellar) [Pomona, New York, United States]
2020-07-07 07:54:22
Eliot, T. (Thomas) S. (Stearns)
Faber & Faber, London, 1935. 87 Pp. Purple Cloth, Spine Gilt. First Printing, One Of 3000 Copies. Gallup A29 B, First Complete Trade Edition. A Lightly Used Copy, No Marks Or Fading, Tiny Frays At Top Of Spine, Edges Of Bottom Of Spine, And At Three Of Four Tips. Dust Jacket Priced 5S., Wear And Browning To Spine And All Edges, No Loss Of Lettering. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-06 16:36:05
Stereo-Photographie - Schönstein, Otto (Hrsg.).
Diessen, Schönstein-Verlag, 1935. 12 Hefte in 1 Band. 4°. 2 Bl., 288 S. mit zahlr. Abb. u. 129 (1 farb.) mont. Orig.-Stereo-Photographien. Hln. d. Zt. Heiting/Jaeger I, 456. - Kompletter erster Jahrgang der sehr seltenen Zeitschrift für Stereo-Photographie. Bis 1937 erschienen nur noch 2 weitere Jahrgänge. - "Schönstein. setzte sich zum Ziel, mit seinen beiden wesentlichen Verlagsprodukten, der von ihm herausgegebenen Zeitschrift 'Das Raumbild.' (1935-37) und den neu konzipierten Raumbildwerken, nicht nur die Stereoskopie nachhaltig in der Amateurfotografie zu etablieren, sondern auch eine neue Gattung des Fotobuches auf dem Markt zu platzieren" (S. Fitzner). - Einband teils stärker berieben, hinteres Gelenk im oberen Drittel angeplatzt, sonst sehr gut erhalten. Sprache: deutsch. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Haufe & Lutz [Karlsruhe, Germany]
2020-07-06 08:30:08
Riefenstahl, Leni
Eher, 1935. Hinter den Kulissen des Reichsparteitag-Films Der Film Triumph des Willens wurde im Auftrag des Führers geschaffen. Dokumentation zur Entstehung des bekannten Films, mit vielen Aufnahmen hinter der Kamera. Die 1935 im Münchener Verlag Franz Eher erschienene Erstausgabe gehört zu den seltensten Filmbüchern überhaupt sie ist kaum zu bekommen. Es handelt sich um das Original aus der Zeit und nicht um den US-Reprint. broschur, mit originalem SU, bestens erhalten. Kein Umsatzsteuerausweis, da Differenzbesteuerung. / Behind teh scenes of the Reichparteitag movie. The movie "Triumph des Willens" was created upon Hitlers demand. The brochure with original book jacket is in very good condition and documents the creation of the famous movie and includes many pictures from behind the camera. This original first edition from1935 is extremely rare.
Bookseller: Altmann-Archiv für Zeitgeschichte - Prisma GmbH [Germany]
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