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        Recreation and Romance on Long Island.

      New York.: Standard Oil.. No date. Ca. 1935.. Color pictographic / pictorial map, 7 3/4 x 22 1/2 inches on sheet size 10 3/4 x 25. Issued with no text on verso, folded into four panels, now archivally mounted on linen, very good condition. The scarce independent issue pictorial map of Long Island that was featured in a small size in the road maps distributed by Socony-Vacuum Oil Company. It is marked "Copyright General Drafting Co. Inc." A fun map capturing the joys of summer on Long Island with images of fishing, swimming, golf and other sports as well as island features such as cranberries, the Roosevelt Field and Raceway, Jungle Camp and Coney Island. A scarce piece .

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      - Leichenpredigten / Arnswaldt, Werner Konstantin v. Zusammenfassung: Katalog der fürstlich Stolberg-Stolberg‘schen Leichenpredigten-Sammlung. Band I-IV (komplett). In 5 Bände gebunden (Band IV zweiteilig). Leipzig, Degener; 1935, 1927. OGanzlederbände, farbige Adelsvignette, farbiger Seitenschnitt, 8°; 752; 875; 655; 1214 S. (=Bibliothek familiengeschichtlicher Quellen, II). Ex-libris. Einbände m. leichten Gebrauchsspuren, gut erhalten, sauber. Sprache: Deutsch.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat-vorZeiten Dr. H. Kähning]
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        Un Nouveau Grand Palais des Expositions. Technique pour l'Utilisation de l'Acier.

      Paris: Office Technique Pour l'Utilisation de l'Acier, 1935. Folio, numerous photogravure plates, plans, elevations and details, black leather spine, coloured decorative boards edged with white leather scuffed. Binding signed 'Barast' apparently one of a number of special copies for presentation, this copy numbered '8' and inscribed to M.Bruneton. This impressive publication is a record of a competition, with 13 invited entries for an enormous exhibition building at La Defense on the outskirts of Paris. The competition was organised by O.T.U.A., publishers of the magazine l'Acier [steel], to exemplify the spectacular possibilities of steel in modern building. The challenge was taken up by the 13 entrants with varying success. The results range through Art Deco monumental, severe Modernist, and near-visionary. Detailed information is given for each entry - area plans, perspective views, plans, elevations, engineering details and calculations, materials and services.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House]
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        Position politique du surréalisme

      Edition partly original, review copy.Binding half box taupe, smooth back, marbled paper boards moiré, guards and contreplats taupe paper, covers and backs (faded) preserved, elegant binding signed Goy & Vilaine.autograph dedication of the author autograph signed by André Breton to Louis Martin-Chauffier.Complete copy of his please insert mounted tab.Pleasant beautifully drawn copy. Editions du Sagittaire Paris 1935 12x19cm relié

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        Can quantum-mechanical description of physical reality be considered complete?

      Lancaster, PA & New York: American Physical Society, 1935. A very fine copy, in the original wrappers, of Bohr's response to the famous 'EPR paradox,' which he resolved by introducing the notion of 'quantum entanglement.' Bohr's paper also marks the conclusion of the Bohr-Einstein debate on the foundations of quantum mechanics that had begun at the Solvay Conference in 1927. "In the May 15, 1935 issue of Physical Review Albert Einstein co-authored a paper with his two postdoctoral research associates at the Institute for Advanced Study, Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen. The article was entitled 'Can Quantum Mechanical Description of Physical Reality Be Considered Complete?'. Generally referred to as 'EPR', this paper quickly became a centerpiece in the debate over the interpretation of the quantum theory, a debate that continues today" (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy). The thought experiment proposed by Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen involves two systems that interact with each other and are then separated so that they presumably interact no longer. Then, the position of one of the systems is measured, and due to the known relationship between the measured value of the first particle and the value of the second particle, the observer is aware of the position of the second particle. A measurement is then made of the momentum of the second particle. This seems to violate the uncertainty principle, since both the position and momentum of a the second particle would be known with certainty. "By the time of the EPR paper many of the early interpretive battles over the quantum theory had been settled, at least to the satisfaction of working physicists. Bohr had emerged as the "philosopher" of the new theory and the community of quantum theorists, busy with the development and extension of the theory, were content to follow Bohr's leadership when it came to explaining and defending its conceptual underpinnings. Thus in 1935 the burden fell to Bohr to explain what was wrong with the EPR "paradox". The major article that he wrote in discharging this burden [the present paper] became the canon for how to respond to EPR" (ibid.). "When the EPR paper reached Niels Bohr in Copenhagen, he realized that he had once again been cast in the role, which he played so well at the Solvay Conferences, of defending quantum mechanics from yet another Einstein assault. "This onslaught came down on us as a bolt from the blue," a colleague [Leon Rosenfeld] of Bohr's reported. "Its effect on Bohr was remarkable ... Everything else was abandoned. We had to clear up such a misunderstanding at once." Even with such intensity it took Bohr more than six weeks of fretting, writing, revising, dictating, and talking aloud before he finally sent off his response to EPR. "It was longer than the original paper. In it Bohr backed away somewhat from what had been an aspect of the uncertainty principle: that the mechanical disturbance caused by the act of observation was a cause of the uncertainty. He admitted that in Einstein's thought experiment, "there is no question of a mechanical disturbance of the system under investigation." "However, using his concept of complementarity, Bohr added a significant caveat. He pointed out that the two particles were part of one whole phenomenon. Because they have interacted, the two particles are therefore 'entangled.' They are part of one whole phenomenon or one whole system that has one wave function. "Einstein continued to insist, however, that he had pinpointed an important example of the incompleteness of quantum mechanics by showing how it violated the principle of separability, which holds that two systems that are spatially separated have an independent existence. It likewise violated the related principle of locality, which says that an action on one of those systems cannot immediately affect the other. As an adherent of field theory, which defines reality using a spacetime continuum, Einstein believed that separability was a fundamental feature of nature. And as a defender of his own theory of relativity, which rid Newton's cosmos of spooky action at a distance and decreed instead that such actions obey the speed limit of light, he believed in locality as well" (Isaacson, pp. 451-3). "The 1935 papers mark the end of the Bohr-Einstein dialog insofar as it appeared in the scientific literature... It is most fitting to let Einstein have the last word: "Of the 'orthodox' quantum theoreticians whose position I know, Niels Bohr's seems to me to come nearest to doing justice to the [EPR] problem"" (Pais, p. 431). Today, it is widely accepted that non-locality is indeed a feature of the quantum world. The notion of quantum entanglement forms the basis of several cutting-edge technologies. In quantum cryptography, entangled particles are used to transmit signals that cannot be intercepted by an eavesdropper without leaving a trace. The first viable quantum cryptography systems are already being used by several banks. And the burgeoning field of quantum computation uses entangled quantum states to perform computational calculations in parallel, so that some types of calculations can be done much more quickly than could ever be possible using classical computers. W. Isaacson, Einstein: his life and universe, 2007; A. Pais, Niels Bohr's times, 1991. Pp. 696-702 in Physical Review, Vol. 48, No. 8, October 15, 1935. The entire issue offered here. 4to (268 x 200 mm), pp. 641-706. Original printed wrappers, an absolutely mint copy.

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        My First Days in the White House

      THE TELEGRAPH PRESS, HARRISBURG, PA 1935 - some wear to edge of dj, black and white plates, pages clean, princeton antiques book plate on inside of front cover, near pristine condition DATE PUBLISHED: 1935 EDITION: FIRST EDITION 146 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop]
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        Ehemaliger Mauerstereifen in Berlin-Kreuzberg. Original-Ölgemälde auf Hartfaserplatte, ca 65 x 100 cm. Das Bild zeigt die Brache des ehemaligen "Todesstreifen" nach dem Fall der Mauer im Jahr 1993.

      Der Künstler Klaus Heidtke ist 1935 in Berlin geboren, Studium an der Meisterschule für Kunsthandwerk, unterrichtete bis zum Jahr 2000 an der Hochschule der Künste Berlin (HDK, heute UDK), zahlreiche Einzel- und Gemeinschaftsausstellungen. Außer den Berlinbildern ist Klaus Heidtke mit Stilleben, Akt- und Porträtbildern hervorgetreten. Weitere Bilder von Klaus Heidtke finden Sie auf unserer Homepage.

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck]
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        Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke Herausgegeben von der Kommission für den Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke Bands I-VII

      Leipzig: Hiersemann, 1935. Quarto. Seven volumes. lxiii, 682; xi, 786; xxxiv, 754; viii, 694; x, 742; viii, 854; 287pp. The first seven volumes of this exhaustive catalog of incunabula, which were printed before the interruption of World War II. Volumes 1-3, 5-6 bound in matching blue cloth; volume 4 unbound; volume 7 in original four-flap enclosure with publisher's paper label. Supplements laid in to volumes 3-6, and supplement "Erganzungen und Verbesserungen" in original envelope. A few bumped corners throughout, water damage to covers of volumes 1 and 2, and water damage and loss to box of volume 7, spotting and chipping to supplement envelope. However, the pages in all volumes are bright, clean, and sound. Very good.

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        Sumatra-East Coast Riouw Archipelago. Durian Strait and Approaches

      1935. Carta nautica dell'area di Indonesia, costa orientale di Sumatra e Stretto di Durian, edita dalla Japan Hydrographic Association. I titoli e le informazioni sono fornite in inglese e in giapponese. Litografia, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Molto rara Nautical chart of Indonesia, Sumatera - East Coast, Selat Durian, published by the Japan Hydrographic Association; information printed in both Japanese and English. Litograph, washed, in good condition. Very rare. Honk Kong Honk Kong 680 980

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        Quartier nègre

      First edition, one of 30 numbered copies on alfa paper, the only large paper copies. Spine slightly faded, two tiny insignificant stains to head of ffep. Extremely scarce. Gallimard Paris 1935 12x19cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Minchausen's Pasirungen. Tseichnungen fun Gustaf Dore, Iberdersailt far kinder fun K. Tchukofski, Yiddish fun Alef Strelitz, redaktor fun der ibersetsung Lamed Goldberg

      Moskva: Emes, 1935. 95, (5) S., mit Deckelvignetten (vorne: der ausschreitende Baron mit Flinte; hinten: der Jagdhund des Barons, illustrierten Vorsätzen, zahlreichen ganzseitigen Illustrationen sowie vielen Illustrationen nach Gustave Doré im Text. Or.Ln. mit Deckelvignette, 4°. Jiddische Ausgabe, Titel und Text in hebräischen Lettern, der Druckvermerk in kyrillischer Schrift: Übersetzung ins Jiddische aus der russischen Übersetzung von Kornej Tschukovskij. Redakteur der Übersetzung: L. Gol'dberg. Technischer Redakteur: M. Pogoster. Korrektor: I. Guten-maher. Zur Ausführung gegeben 17. November 1934. Gut zum Druck 26. Januar 1935. Format der Blätter 62 X 94 1/8, 12 ½ P[ecâtnyh] l[istov] [Buchliste = 40.000 Zeichen]. Emess No. 107 Abgeordneter der Glavlit [Literarische Hauptverwaltung] B-2358. Auflage 4000. Druckerei "Emess", Moskau, Prokovka[strasse] 9, Zak[az] [=Auftrag] 1013. Ein äusserst fragiles Objekt und - auch deshalb - äusserst seltenes Objekt das auch Dokument ist für die beim Erscheinen geltende Politik gegenüber den Juden. Einband am Rücken mit Rissen und stark berieben. Innendeckel mit Klebespur (von entferntem Exlibris), das "hintere" fliegende Vorsatzblatt lose, Buchblock gebräunt, einige Seiten mit kleinen Rissen und Fehlstellen (Papier sehr brüchig), Stempel auf Titelseite und "hinterem" Vorsatz. Das "hintere" ist jeweils in Anführungszeichnen gesetzt weil es auf das Buch bezogen - das in hebräischen Lettern von hinten nach vorne und von rechts nach links gedruckt ist - eigentlich das vordere ist.

      [Bookseller: ABC Antiquariat Marco Pinkus Zurich]
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        Tortilla Flat. Illustrated by Ruth Gannett.

      New York, NY: Covici Friede, 1935. Pps. 317. Publisher's illustrated paper wraps over paper binding. Spine is cocked and toned, else a very good copy in a custome made box. Scarce. One of 500 copies bound in wrappers -the majority are hardcover. This copy formerly the property of Tage La Cour (Danish crime writer, 1915-1993, whose extensive collection now mainly resides at The University of Tulsa, OK). With his bookpate to inside front and original letter of purchase from Arthur Lovell, Chicago Bookseller, 1955. FIRST EDITION.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington]
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        Alain Campbell White Letters to Frederick Gamage

      Summerville, Littchfield and New York: Self Written, 1935-1944. Alain Campbell White letters to Frederick Gamage cover the years from April 4, 1935 to September 15, 1944. For this ten year period there are 364 dated letters and 28 incomplete letters (lacking front date page). The letters are an ongoing correspondence between White and Gamage which covers all aspects of problem chess. The letters show a development of mentor (White), encouraging ad occasionally prodding his protégé (Gamage) in developing skills in problem construction. As the letters progress over this ten year period, the reader can observe the relationship develop between the two men, from a formal intercourse to a more comradely banter. White offered suggestions, comments and themes for problems. White’s vast and profound technical knowledge, his artistic appreciation, his ability in expressing himself, and his enthusiastic and friendly encouragement were the great inspiration of many problems Gamage constructed, and he was lucky enough to be among his host of correspondents. Some of the letters were multiple pages hand typed, but often hand written, some unsigned or just initialed, usually with the location White was residing and the date written. Included with the letters are the limited edition work by Alain White on Gamage Frederick Gamage: An Artist in Chess Problems and Mike Prcic’s book Frederick Gamage. The letters in the latter work have been reproduced from the original letters offered now.Newman Guttman was one of a few problemists to visit Frederick Gamage. After the passing of Gamage, the letters from Alain White along with Gamage’s other chess papers were given to Guttman. He, in turn, gave these papers to Edgar Holladay. Holladay came into the possession of what problemists would consider as "treasures," one-of-a-kind items from famous and well-known problemists. Robert Moore and Holladay were good friends and these were passed to him by Holladay’s wife, Rita.Serious buyers may inquire about more information regarding this collection.Condition:The letters have folds for postage, some occasional stains, and occasional edge wear else a very good collection. They are housed in individual archival holders held in a multiple three ring binders.

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        Tales of Mystery and Imagination. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.

      London: George G. Harrap and Co., Ltd., 1935. First Rackham Edition. 4to. Recently bound in black half morocco with gilt titles and gilt to spine, retaining the publisher's original black cloth boards with gilt titles and embossed illustration to upper; original black and white pictorial end papers to front; top edge gilt. Illustrated with 12 colour plates with captioned tissue guards, and 17 line drawings. A little age toning to edges. A fine copy.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington]
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        Le vin de solitude

      Albin Michel. First edition, an advance (service de presse) copy.Autograph inscription from Irène Némirovsky to Michel Corday.Some lacks to foot of spine, clear stains and scratches to head and foot of upper cover, tiny foxing to the endpapers, the last endpaper is covered with notes in pencil made by the dedicatee. Albin Michel Paris 1935 12x19cm broché

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        Hinter den Kulissen des Reichsparteitag-Films

      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 - Pris]
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        Taille de l'homme

      Grasset. First edition, review copy. Signed autograph of Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz to Robert Garric. Catholic reformist, he was the   founder of "social Teams" in 1920, which aimed to establish a social elite and bring the good word about the brotherhood born of the trenches to the workers, in the tradition of patronage. Simone de Beauvoir, then student of Robert Garric in philosophy at Sainte-Marie Institute of Neuilly, remembers him   in his "Memoirs of a Tidy Wench"   "Garric appeared; I forgot everything else and myself; the authority of his voice subdued me. In twenty years we he explained, he had discovered in the trenches the joys of camaraderie that removed social barriers. [...] To deny all limits and all separations, get out of my class, out of my skin: this slogan electrified me. [...] Must serve my life! Must serve all my life! " Back passed, small light spots on the boards, reading a few marks in pencil by the dedicatee in margins of some leaves. Grasset Paris 1935 12x19cm broché

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        An Album of photographs from the December 1934 Calcutta Racing Season featuring Mr A C Ardeshir's winning Australian horse "Ethics"

      Calcutta 1935 - .The album contains 23 professional photographs, each approximately 11 x 9 ins, the facing side of black card leaves only by gold coloured corner mounts [so that each picture is removable without damage if required]. The album belonged to the family of Mr A C Ardeshir, a wealthy Bombay Parsee and keen racehorse owner. The photographs include: Ethics winning the King Emperor's Cup, the Viceroy's Cup, and the Hilliard Cup; presentations by the Viceroy; Lord Willingdon arriving at the Course; the Governor of Bengal in his carriage; Mr Ardeshir with Ethics; the races, etc. There are a further three loose photographs showing Mr Ardeshir with Ethics and holding a gold cup. There is still a Gold Cup race at Mumbai which bears Mr Ardeshir's name as he was president of the Western India Turf Club. The album, 17 x 12 ins overall and with additional blank leaves, is bound in gold coloured cloth with a blue silk stripe, the colours of Mr Ardeshir's racing silks. Size: 19 x 13ins Overall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      DE BRUNHOFF,JEAN. BABAR THE KING. NY: Harrison Smith & Robert Haas 1935 (1935). Large folio, (10 1/2 x 14 1/2"), cloth backed pictorial boards, light general cover soil else clean tight and VG+. 1st edition in English of the 3rd Babar book - with wonderful color illustrations. Nice copy.

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        Lithographed Portrait of Cardozo, Signed by Cardozo and Zirinsky.

      1935. Portrait of Cardozo, Signed by Cardozo and the Artist Zirinsky, Julius [1898-1970]. [Cardozo, Benjamin N. (1870-1938)]. [Portrait of Cardozo]. [Washington, DC? c.1935]. 24-1/4" x 19-1/2" black-and-white lithograph, image size 16-1/4" x 12-1/4," signed in ink by Cardozo and Zirinsky in pastel. Light toning, attractively mounted and double-matted. $750. * Zirinsky was a notable New-York based artist. In the mid-1930s he traveled the United States to produce a series of portraits of living luminaries. His portrait of Albert Einstein, done in Princeton, New Jersey in 1935, is the best-known of these. Cardozo was an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court and near the end of his life when he sat for Zirinsky.

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        America's Only Folk-Lore Character Paul Bunyan's Pictorial Map of The United States Depicting Some of His Deeds and Exploits.

      Duluth, Minn. St. Marie Cigar and News Co. Copyright 1935. Color pictographic / pictorial map, 18 3/4 x 28 1/2 inches on sheet size 20 x 30 inches. Light creasing from rolling, overall very good condition. Humorous map by R. D. Handy showing the adventures across the United States of the larger than life character Paul Bunyan, including the "Beginning of Golf in this Country" when Paul stood at the lower end of Texas and hit rocks into Florida. There was more than one edition of this map; the edition offered here has the following information in the lower margin "Printed by Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, Minn., U.S.A." (at left) and "For Sale by St. Marie Cigar and News Co. 96 East Fifth Street. St. Paul. Minn. Price $1.00 ea. Postpaid in U.S.A."

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        Painting Collection of Mrs S.K. Ling.

      no date [circa1935]. Colour photographic portrait of the artist, 33 large delightful colour plates showing floral scenes often with butterflies from paintings by Mrs S.K. Ling in the period between 1916 and 1926. Inscribed by the Lings to Professor Sir Stephen Henry Roberts and Mrs Roberts. Sir Stephen was Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney from 1947 until his retirement in 1967. Professionally recased, original backstrip laid down, closed tear one plate, some occasional browning and soiling barely affecting plates, cloth lightly marked. Handsome green cloth titled in gilt upper cover, quarto. An uncommon privately printed volume, OCLC lists only one library as holding a copy of this book. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 136214).

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        Tenth Annual Nevada Rodeo Broadside

      Humboldt Star. Very Good. 1935. Broadside. An eye-catching bright orange-red broadside with black print. Unexamined out of shrinkwrap, but appears to have been split and repaired at three fold lines. Light soil and toning on margins, some waviness to bottom quarter. "Tenth Annual Nevada Rodeo / Bigger and Better Each Year / Winnemucca Aug. 31- Sept. 1 & 2 / Come on Over Folks / It's a Wow....Specialty Perfomers Sam Garrett - World's Champion Trick Roper....Dancing Each Night and How! ...Admission Including Grandstand $1.50...." No other copies found on OCLC or elsewhere. ; 42" x 14" .

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        [Faux-Pas] Digressions. Jeu complet d'épreuves abondamment corrigées par l'auteur.

      First new version of the autograph manuscript of 17 pages, written in 1935. Manuscript writing very dense, full excluding the last 13 lines of printed text, with many erasures, corrections and additions. Complete typescript with a few variations from the manuscript and a copy of the first edition published in 1947 and finally published in 1950 is attached. In 1935, Blanchot has been working for 3 years on Thomas the Obscure (he completed in 1940) when interrupts his writing "that would not stop" to write the last word, a short story he describes as "an attempt to bypass another book underway to overcome the interminable and get a more linear narrative, yet painfully complex, a silent decision ... ". In 1983, Blanchot, referring to the motivations of this "innocent text where murderers omens of future time resounded," can not say "how it is written and how unknown requirement, it has the answer." "It was not a text for publication," he says in the afterword of hindsight. The last word will indeed published 12 years later in 550 copies in the collection golden age (although it went bankrupt at the same time, the book will be on sale in 1950) . So the first story is meant at once the last word and the refusal of its unveiling. "Surely begin to write immediately to achieve at the end (...), this means at least hope not to make a career and finding the shortest path to finish early." In this "Apocalypse" Blanchot leads his own novel being written: Thomas, the hero, and is ironically called the new power otherwise without express "what happened to him [that] saying nothing happened ". But if, starting with the last word, Blanchot marks the end of writing, it is an end that remains unpublished. And when the book is finally published, it will be more of a work already substantial: Thomas the Obscure, Amminadab, Faux pas, the Most High, Death Sentence and The Share of fire. Therefore, the last word is not "waiver be Master and Judge," but a written waiver of this "itself in vain." It can no longer be "the unusual resolution to deprive [Language] to support (...) that is to say more than language" but, as part of the work, there is a "word to say and do not say. ". A word rewritten by the writer he became transformed by writing and by war. This is the inaugural version, first draft of thirty young Blanchot, we present here and C. Bident his biographer, thought "probably never know." Narrative foundation, basic writing, many scholars have studied the last man, "painfully complicated" as even the author, but who calls a few "prophetic" pages a reflection on language (and, through him, totalitarianism) marking the second part of the century. Now we present the manuscript written in 1935 and until then unknown, differs considerably from the following two versions of 1947 and 1983. Written in the third person (the later will they, homodiégétiques) the story is much longer. It contains descriptions and including many deleted scenes that will be removed in the published versions: "The sun bathed [plaza] a fiery light of huge mirrors, placed at the four corners, be kicked around in a maze of colors . "" A cloud was soon raised to the ceiling, black cloud crossed by small glowing patches. "" I am worried, he said. I was wrong to leave earlier this house when I get home, surrounded by torches are extinguished one by one. What will I find now? How to live without I guideline? Can you tell me anything? "" Some children, head blackened coal, removed the sand in which they were buried, and trying to achieve with small white stones they drew from their pocket, they reviled in their incomprehensible language. "" Taking advantage of the lull, dogs out of their hole, as if they had been secretly excited by a master, they rushed to the sleeper by pulling on their links. They tried to right, left, then discovering it under the covers, they are slipped badly, small first, then the big dog, like a vicious bunch of kids. "" The intoxication of being together having lost younger pushed them into their own home as if she had ceased to be theirs, and they threw screams waking intruders from their homes. "But this manuscript provides the exegete especially demonstrative few passages that provide clarification on the meaning of the story:" Until is not an indifferent manner to the past and the future. If it is intended to extend a veil over what approach, if a link between, by mutual repulsion, separate time moments it appears from something, something else is not shown, however, that such limit. "" They whom nothing was forbidden to speak and who knew, behaved as if their knowledge had been to break with the language. "" The disciple on this admission, redoubled adoration, give themselves shots that change them into what they can be. At first common deception, they ran, one to an animal world, the other to a riveted himself a slave. "" They wanted to laugh again nonsense, is torturing a lie, but, having no other way to stand as the apotheosis, they lost sight of their mutual desire for death and blissfully enjoyed the rest. "A key reading these valuable addition changes that reflect real shifts of the author. If the most important is, of course, the choice of the first person in later versions, some lexical variations are also very significant. Thus: "I offer the spectacle of my vices" in the manuscript and typescript 1935 becomes: "I offer the spectacle of my mistakes" in the published version of the same in 1947. "This is an extract from the speech the third city "becomes" This is an excerpt of the speech on the third on the third State "; "A noise (...) was one stroke the whole town" becomes "was one stroke all the people" and "... on a deck of onomatopoeia" becomes "... a gateway ranting." Finally, it is a lyrical Blanchot that reveals this "abrupt call of language": "She had her hair hanging these broad wings velvet are a promise of transformation." "... When the sun casting its light shining against the mirrors everywhere, stopped above the esplanade and heard this loud voice, private mysteriously vowels and consonants, which announces the sharing of spaces" "Shouts of the crowd came and brought calls for an immense distress. "" He ran on the book and bit his teeth, as if he had made insensitive despite the bitterness of those old pages. ". In hindsight Blanchot hesitate to comment, however, that this text provides for the third time and he took care to revise again, 50 years after its first release. However, it brings some bits of explanations that reveal the importance of this little story in the life and work of one of the most mysterious writers of the twentieth century: "The last word has to tell main line, as having instead, the total wreck, the narrative itself can not therefore be preserved, and impossible or absurd, unless he should claim prophetic, heralding a future in the past already there or saying there always when there is nothing: either there wearing nothing and prevent the annihilation that it can not escape its long-term process which is rehashing and eternity. " S.n. s.l. s.d. (1943) 18,5x41cm

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        Du Tatouage chez Les Prostituées de France et d'Afrique du Nord

      Lyon: Joannès Desvigne, 1935. First edition. 8vo, 96 pp, printed wraps. Illustrated with b/w photographs and drawings. Inscribed by Jean Lacassagne at the title page. Text in French. A rare and important early illustrated work on the tattoos of prostitutes, written jointly by the prison doctor Jean Lacassagne - son of Alexander Lacassagne - and J. Herber, who wrote extensively on tattooing in Morocco and the surrounding regions. The photographs and drawings are superb, some degrees of classification are made, and the subject's age is given in most instances. A trade specific publication, published as an installment of the Bibliothèque de la Revue Internationale de Criminalistique, and now rare. OCLC locates eight holdings, only one of which is in North America. Front wrap somewhat overopened, and expected page toning within, else remarkably bright and very good or better.

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        An A.L.S. from Beatrix Potter.

      Signed as H. B. Heelis, written from Castle Cottage, Sawrey, and dated march 4th '[19]35. Written on one side of a sheet of notepaper, the letter amounts to a total of nine lines:'Dear Miss McKinnon I shall be glad to lend you the Bull Banks camp site for Whitsuntide, if I can help you with any information about supplies - glad to do so - Yours sincerely H B Heelis.' Creased in the middle where folded for the envelope; else very good.Bull Banks was one of two fields acquired by Beatrix Potter when she purchased Castle Farm in 1909. The Tale of Mr. Toad, published in 1912, is partly set in Bull Banks Field.

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        H.M.S. Suffolk "Nous Maintiendrons".

      8vo. Original midnight blue leather, titled in gilt; illustrated title-page, numerous black and white photographs and cartoons throughout; a very good copy with some rubbing to the extremities and offsetting to the endpapers. First edition. A record of the Third Commission of H.M.S Suffolk on China Station, with visits to such places as Hong-Kong, Bali, Darwin, Borneo, Manila, Nanking Nankow, Singtao, Kobe, & Nagasaki. HMS Suffolk was a County class heavy cruiser of the Royal Navy, and part of the Kent subclass. She was built by Portsmouth Dockyard, launched on 16 March 1926, and commissioned on 25 June 1928. HMS Suffolk, like her sister ships, served on the China Station, save for reconstruction, until the outbreak of the Second World War The author of this log, R.G. Howard was Instructor Lieut-Commander on the Suffolk. "This book is the outcome of a request to keep a record of the Third Commission of H.M.S. Suffolk. In jotting down these events in the form of a narrative the writer is endebted to those who kindly came forward with cartoons, photograves and verse, and it is his hope that the volumes may be of interest to all who sailed he seas in the "Suffolk" during the years 1933-35. OCLC records three copies at the National Maritime Museum, the National Library of Australia, and University of Hong Kong.

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        The Story of the The Star Stones [together with], The Story of the Pearl, The Story of the Emerald, The Story of the Diamond and The Story of the Sapphire & The Ruby.

      New York, NY: Marcus and Company, Jewellers, 1935-8. First (and only) editions. 5 volumes. Slim octavos, each in printed colour card boards. With colour-plate frontispieces and other illustrations within. Designs by Rockwell Kent. A lovely fine set in the fragile original bindings, housed in a fleece-lined collector's clamshell box, titled in gilt to spine. A series of five books about precious stones issued by jewellers Marcus and Company, the Manhattan retailers and manufacturers of luxury goods from 1892 to 1962. The company was sold to Gimbels in 1941 and merged with Black, Starr and Frost in 1962. Included within this collection are four loose invitation cards for various exhibitions of gemstones.

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        [Op. 95]. Le Petit Chaperon Rouge Double choeur pour voix de femmes et d'enfants. Avec acct de piano ou d'orchestre Pour le chorale des lycées de jeunes filles de Paris Poème de Guy de Teramond... op. 95. Chez Alphonse Leduc: Paris. Autograph musical manuscript signed

      Folio (ca. 360 x 273 mm). [i] (title), 20, [i] (blank) pp. Notated in black ink on music paper with 20 printed staves per page. Scored for double choir and piano. The work begins in A minor, in 3/4, Très Allant (quasi Allo). Textual incipit: "Dans la forêt où rien ne bouge..." The engraver's copy, prepared for the publishing house Alphonse Leduc et Cie. With the composer's autograph signature ("Henri Busser") and date ("Paris, Août 15") to p. 20. Occasional erasures and corrections in black ink in the composer's hand. Lower edge of title with publisher's handstamps and manuscript date ("[19]35") and plate number ("A.L. 19,198") in an early hand. Numerous editorial markings, minor annotations, and occasional corrections in one or more early hands in pencil and red crayon. Slightly worn and soiled; minor ink smudges to 3 pages slightly affecting notation. A piano-vocal edition of Le Petit Chaperon, with plate number A.L. 19,198, was published by Alphonse Leduc in 1935. Not in the Grove Music Online works list. "Firmly rooted in the French 19th-century tradition, Büsser's symphonic and choral writing is indebted to Gounod and Saint-Saëns. He is best known, however, for his dramatic works, which betray Wagner's impact in both their form and their use of the orchestra. The influence of Debussy, whose advice Büsser sought over the opera that became his most successful, Colomba (c1902-10), is also evident in certain harmonic procedures and in an acute sensitivity to orchestral colour. The ballets, such as the light-hearted La ronde des saisons (1905) with its amusing descriptive touches, provide further evidence of his keen dramatic sense." Barbara L. Kelly in Grove Music Online.

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        Green Hills of Africa...

      New York: Scribner's, 1935. FIRST EDITION, FIRST APPEARANCE of Hemingway's classic account of his 1933 African safari; this Scribner's magazine appearance precedes the first edition in book form. "Green Hills of Africa was written in Key West in 1934, mostly over a period of several months, with interruptions for fishing expeditions in the Caribbean and another trip to Cuba. Published in October [25,] 1935 after serialization in Scribner's magazine, it was indeed a book about landscape, though Hemingway referred to it in more magical or mystical terms as 'country,' ??"It is probably that this communication of the sense of place and the sense of the immediacy and palpability of the experience in that place, is what gives the Green Hills of Africa its special distinction...??"But even more than country, Green Hills of Africa is a book about writing and writers As a writer, he wanted to see 'how far prose can be carried if any one is serious enough and has luck,' to see if prose could attain a fourth and even a fifth dimension" (Mellow, Hemingway: A Life Without Consequences; Baker, Hemingway, the Writer as Artist). ??IN: Scribner's Magazine, May - November, 1935. New York: Scribner's, 1935. Quarto, original wrappers; custom box. Seven issues (complete). Without any of the usual stamps or labels. An outstanding set - the finest we've seen. . Fine....

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      First Edition New York Harrison Smith & Robert Haas 1935 First Printing (February, 1935, on copyright page), in First Issue dust jacket (with correct titles listed on rear panel). 8vo: 315,[1]pp. Publisher's cobalt-blue cloth, spine and upper cover stamped in gilt within a horizontal black band, top edge stained black; pictorial dust jacket, priced $2.50. About Fine (flaking to gilt spine lettering), in a bright, about Fine jacket (spine head rubbed with miniscule loss). Provenance: from the collection (now housed at the University of Central Florida Libraries) of bibliophiles Walter and Dorothy Donnelly with their label on front paste down. Petersen A17.1a. Fargnoli, pp. 211-16. Fine- In the 1930s, Faulkner sought release from increasing personal and professional problems through flying lessons; he bought a plane, and his brothers also learned to fly. Eventually Faulkner gave the plane to his brother Dean?and was overcome by guilt when Dean died in a crash in the same year Faulkner published Pylon, which concerns the exploits of a wandering troupe of gypsy aviators. According to The Literary Encyclopedia, Pylon "has many failings, but did offer Faulkner a chance to try out some of the techniques he perfected in Absalom, Absalom!, which is widely considered his greatest achievement." In fact, Faulkner claims to have written Pylon to get away from writing Absalom (Fargnoli, p. 213). Fargnoli calls Pylon "Faulkner's most self-consciously modernist work" and points out the novel's references to both Joyce (in particular the Aeolis episode in Ulysses) and T. S. Eliot (the penultimate chapter of Pylon is entitled "Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock" and The Waste Land is evoked throughout). Basis for the 1958 film The Tarnished Angels, featuring Robert Stack, Rock Hudson and Dorothy Malone, about an airplane contest in New Orleans during Mardis Gras. Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        Verglühender Tag". Gemälde. Gebirgslandschaft mit Gipfelkreuz. Gustav Traub 1885 - 1955.

      ohne Ort, vermutl. München 1935 - Öl auf Hartfaser, ca. 58 x 74 cm, im prächtigem Rahmen der Zeit, auf der Rückseite betitelt, datiert und signiert "Gustav Traub , verglühender Tag 1935" ---mit Messingschild am Rahmen vorne, Maße mit Rahmen: 78 x 94 cm +++Antiquariat seit über 25 Jahren+++ [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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      New York: Privately Printed | Derrydale Press, 1935. Limited Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine binding. A beautiful copy of this coaching book, printed by The Derrydale Press and limited to 300 copies of which this is #252. Quarter tan buckram and aquamarine cloth; very slight rubbing to the gold-stamped rondel on the front board. Titiling in gold to the spine. There are no marks of any kind in the book. A sharp copy, still with the publisher's slightly tatty glassine wrapper. Near Fine binding.

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        Herbststimmung mit Rebberg. Aquarell.

      Um 1935 - Bildgrösse: 24x29 cm. Unten rechts monogrammiert. In Glasrahmen 42x47 cm. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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      Bloomsbury: Nonesuch Press, 1935. Limited to 675 copies, this copy out of series. Fine without the normal fading to spine - very hard to find witout the spine faded to white. Limited to 675 copies, this copy out of series. Folio. xxvi, [ii], 778p. Rawlinson's translation revised and annotated by A. W. Lawrence. Illustrated with ten wood engravings by V. Le Campion, one color plate, and a series of maps by T. Poulton. Title printed in red and black. Text printed in Nonesuch Plantin, specially designed for this edition. Bound in quarter blue dyed vellum over blue cloth boards, gilt spine titles, spine extremes and cover vellum with wavy gilt rules. Dreyfus 102.

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        G-MEN (1935)

      Warner Brothers 1935 - Vintage original 22 x 14" (55 x 35 cm.) window card poster, USA. James Cagney, Margaret Lindsay, Ann Dvorak, Robert Armstrong, Barton MacLane, Lloyd Nolan, dir: William Keighley; Warner Bros. Cagney was known as the most famous bad man in movies at the time, but he started a change of image when he joined the "G-Men" (aka FBI) for this film. Cagney is at the center of the "G." Nice Art Deco feel in the colors, background and title graphics. Original ink imprint at top for Markay Theatre. This is likely the 1930-built theater, in Jackson, Ohio, which has been renovated and remains. Rare poster is in original condition. There are minor creases at the top right and left corners, as well as to the bottom right corner. There are two minor creases near the heads of Ann Dvorak and Margaret Lindsay, there is also an area to the left of their heads and at the bottom left corner which shows abrasions. A bit of tanning to the top theatre information area. A bit of soling in the bottom area of the yellow credits box. Colors are very strong. NEAR FINE

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      New York The Derrydale Press 1935 - LIMITED EDITION, one of 850 copies only. Handsomely Illustrated with a colour frontispiece, four colour plates and a number of other drawings by Lynn Bogue Hunt, and with a profusion of photographs, drawings and maps on glossy plates. Large 4to, publisher's original ribbed royal blue cloth lettered and decorated in gilt on the spine and elaborately lettered and decorated in gilt on the upper cover with a border incorporating corner designs of game fish, pictorially decorated endpapers, t.e.g. xxii, 236, index pp. A bright, and handsome copy, internally largely unopened, the cloth bright and fresh with only the lightest evidence of shelving at the extremities, the spine gently mellowed to a pleasing navy-blue. SCARCE FIRST EDITION IN HANDSOME COLLECTOR'S CONDITION. WITH THE IMPORTANT CHAPTER ON MARLIN FISHING BY ERNEST HEMINGWAY. Includes contributions from Lynn Bogue Hunt, Van Campen Heilner, S. Kip Farrington, Jr., as well as a chapter on fishing for marlin off Cuba by Ernest Hemingway. A wonderful and justly sought-after production by the Derrydale Press. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        El pessebre

      Les Belles Edicions, Barcelona 1935 - Gran folio, 4 lám. color, frontis color, 375 p. muy ilustr., 58 láms. en heliograbado algunas pleg., viñetas e iniciales color. Edición numerada de 480 ejemplares, con las viñetas, iniciales y 4 láms. iluminadas a mano. Papel hilo, barbas. Tela original, plano decorado. Magnífico ejemplar, decorado con reproducciones de grabados tradicionales, y dibujos inspirados en la iconografía popular: las guardas recuerdan composiciones del siglo XIX, las preciosas viñetas recrean las figuras del pesebre, las delicadas iniciales están embellecidas con plantas y flores propias de la liturgia tradicional, y la estrella del plano está inspirada en un bordado del s. XV. Excelentes ilustraciones debidas a F. Almuni, M. Bas, I Casassaies, A. Freixes i J. Renart. Gran ejemplar, que conserva las cuatro soberbias láminas, iluminadas a mano. Arte popular. Bibliofilia. Popular art. Bibliophilism.

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        [A Collection of Letters, Manuscripts and Printed Items]

      Various Places, 1935. A substantial lot, in very good to fine condition. The material is either directed to, or to the wife or associates of, community leader, inventor and banker John D. Overholt, of Wooster, Ohio, and consists of the following: [a] Five autograph letters signed, 6pp, 4to and 8vo, West New Brighton, New York, 92 Waters Avenue, West New Brighton, New York, The Central Methodist Church, Lansing, Michigan, and 752 Hartshorn Street, Alliance, Ohio, 5 April 1926 to 6 February 1935, with 4 envelopes. From Markham to his "good and generous friend," John D. Overholt and his wife, agreeing [5 April 1926] after "coming back from Missouri" to "have one or more lecture-readings in your meridian"; sending thanks [23 April 1926] "... for your recent letter, inviting to visit you on my way home from Kansas City ... [I]t will be a 'consummation devoutly to be wisht'." And discussing his lecture fees ("Let me say that the matter ... is left entirely in your hands."); confirming [4 July 1932] that he has sent the "... two copies of New Poems" as requested and hopes to see "you two lovely souls" during a forthcoming visit to Toledo; writing [21Oct. 1932] "It has been a joy to meet you again -- you and your two radiant sons, who are blessing the world with their service. . . . We will all meet again ... here or in that beautiful world that awaits us in the great days ahead…"; seeking advice [6 Nov. 1932] "What course would I best take to satisfy the Canada company that Alma Newton Anderson is alive at the present time so that they will feel like paying me the November annuity check. It appears that she is refusing to send the company the usual statement that she is alive"; and [6 Feb. 1935] inquiring about Mrs. Overholt ("I am wondering whether she is keeping on with her little essays, some of which I read with keen interest. She ought to have an outlet in some magazine.") and reporting on work in progress ("...I am working on my Collected Poems, which I am hoping to print next year. I want to see them thru the press, for I don't wish to trust the punctuation to other hands. To me, a comma is as significant as a bend in the Mississippi." Together with a typed letter signed, dated 24 Aug. 1933, from Anna Catherine Markham to John Overholt, written on behalf of her husband, who "was called away to New England leaving a stack of unanswered letters on his table." [b] An autograph manuscript signed of Markham's poem, "Inbrothered," one page, oblong 8vo, dated March 1925, inscribed by the poet, "For my friend, John D. Overholt." [c] An autograph manuscript signed of Markham's poem, "The Place of Peace," one page, oblong 8vo, inscribed "For dear Mrs. J.S. Overholt -- June, 1926." [d] An autograph manuscript signed of Markham's poem, "Two at a Fireside," one page, oblong 4to, dated 1929, inscribed by the author: "To John D. Overholt, friend and comrade, one who never forgets, one who is never forgotten!" [e] An autograph statement signed, written in pencil on brown wrapping paper, one page, oblong 8vo, "House of J.D.O. / Wooster," 3 May 1928. To "My dear Miss Richard [?]", reading: "This concerns my little friend, Mildred, who was absent from school today, attending the Circus. Of course you and I know that a child's one day in the Circus may teach her more than a week in the school. She comes into firsthand contact with the lion, the monkey and the polar bear. We hope you will find this sufficient explanation of Mildred's absence. Respectfully…." [f] An autograph letter signed, one page, 4to, on Markham's printed stationery, 92 Waters Avenue, West New Brighton, Staten Island, New York, 11 July 1928, with envelope. To the "Members of the Poets Garden" in Los Angeles, thanking them for flowers sent on the poet's birthday: "You are all angels: hence I am not surprised that you do these angelic deeds … I will keep you all in mind till the last foam-flower closes over me …Your loving remembrances keep my heart alive and singing all this way." [g] An unsigned autograph manuscript, 6pp, 4to, n.p., n.d. Written in prose on 6 leaves of plain paper, with a number of revisions by the author. A reminiscence of an episode in Markham's younger days, beginning: "In the Far West, did I meet any free-booters, any Knights of the Road? Yes, yes, once long ago, I was saddling my horse, after having worked a long summer in the wheat fields, as a strawbuck, bucking the straw from the threshing machine ... While busy sinching [sic] the saddle on my horse, I was approached by a tall powerful fellow who had been working with me … He came up to me all smiles and friendliness." Evidently incomplete. [h] An autograph manuscript signed, entitled "My First School," 3pp, 4to, n.p., n.d. A reflective piece, in prose, written on the rectos of 3 leaves of plain paper, with Markham's revisions in the text which commences: "In 1872 I was graduated at the State Normal School in San Jose, California; and was soon called to teach a school in San Luis Obispo County. On arriving in the neighborhood ... I found that the school house nearby was not yet completed … I picked out an immense oak-tree and I told all the pupils of that school to meet me under the oak-tree on Monday morning." [i] A black-and-white photograph of the poet, by White, approx. 3 1/2" X 5 1/4," inscribed in the border beneath: "Your friend, Edwin Markham 1935." And finally, [j] A group of printed items including a pamphlet produced for the Memorial Service held for Markham at the St. George Theatre, April 20, 1941; a 1924 broadside printing of "The Man with the Hoe," signed by the poet and dated 1933; a mimeographed copy of the same poem, produced for "The Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Publication of The Man with the Hoe," inscribed by Markham "For my friend, John D. Overholt," signed, and dated "Jan. 1926"; three different broadside printings of "Lincoln, The Man of the People," one a mimeographed version (c. 1924) inscribed: "For my friend, John D. Overholt, in memory of happy hours together, in 1925" and with a line deleted by the poet, a second (printed) copy, with a typed correction in one line, signed by Markham and dated 1928, and a third (clean) printed version, signed "Edwin Markham 1933."

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        Death of a Beauty Queen.

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1935 - Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in red. With the dust jacket. Some foxing to edges; an excellent copy in the jacket with sunned spine and a few nicks to extremities. First edition, first impression. A detective novel, from the Sergeant Bobby Owen series. The publisher's retained copy with their stamp to the front panel of the dust jacket and the front pastedown. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        People in China - Thirty-two photographic studies from life

      London: George G. Harrap & Co. 1935 - First edition. Quarto. With Dust jacket. Brown paper covered hard boards with cloth spine, with an image of a Chinese woman on the front board which is repeated on the dust jacket. 141 pages, with 32 gravure photographic plates tipped in, each accompanied by a page of text describing and explaining the subject. Colour plate immadiately after the introduction by Frederich Schiff (who colaborated with Thorbecke on several of her other books about China and Hong Kong). Thorbecke’s subjects for this book came all walks of life, including The Manchu Duke, The Eunuch, and The Ultra-Modern Girl all the way to The Slave and The Cabbage Vendor. Near Fine Condition book (some browning to end papers) in a Near Fine condition dust jacket (small tear top of front panel without loss, otherwise excellent). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Ghost of Napoleon.

      New Haven: Yale University Press, 1935 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, paper label to the spine. With the pictorial dust jacket. Rear hinge very slightly cracked, else a superb copy in an almost untouched jacket. Second impression of the US first edition, some six months after the first, first published in the UK by Faber & Faber in 1933. This copy with a 1p typed letter signed from Liddell Hart to the journalist and Western historian Don Russell, corner-mounted on the front free endpaper. In the letter BHLH explains that he hopes that Russell has received the copy that he had asked Yale to send, and asks whether he has managed to trace his articles on Lee. On the rear free is a letter from Norman V. Donaldson, secretary to, and later managing director of the Yale University Press, sending the present volume and explaining that; "We published the American edition of this work last autumn, and although it is somewhat technical, the demand for it from the general public has necessitated our doing a second printing." Based on his Trinity College, Cambridge, Lees Knowles Lectures for 1932-33,"The Movement of Military Thought from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century, and its influence on European History." The New York Times review placed this title on "the never overcrowded shelf of sharply intelligent, adult, thoroughly interesting reading." Dedicated "To 'T.E.' [Lawrence] who trod this road before 1914." A wonderful copy of this extremely hard to find title.

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        A Collection of Twenty Eight Columbiad Club Imprints, including Three Bibliographies

      Columbiad Club 1935 - V.p., v.d. A fine collection of twenty eight Columbiad Club publications, from the estate of a member. Includes three scarce publications on the club itself. Contains the following: Keepsakes, Etc. A Bibliographical Catalog. 1938. 8vo, wraps, 32 pp. Keepsake No. 25, one of 65 copies.; The Columbiad Club of Connecticut, 1935-1985. 1985. 8vo, wraps, 26 pp. Keepsake No. 102.; The Columbiad Club of Connecticut. With a Bibliography of Keepsakes and Club Publications. 1953. 8vo, wraps, 37 pp. Keepsake No. 52.; Glimpses of Early Hartford Book Publishing. 1966. 8vo, wraps, 23 pp. Keepsake No. 82.; Connecticut 1781: An Excerpt the Journal of Comte Jean-Francois-Louis de Clermont-Crevecoeur. 4to, wraps, unpaginated. Keepsake No. 92.; Brant on Printing (1989, Keepsake 105); Bacchus of Windham (1935, Keepsake No. 2); Hartford 1832 (1937, Keepsake No. 16); Glorious News (1941, Keepsake No. 48) Early Hartford Printers (1940, Keepsake No. 44); A Description of Christ (1950, Keepsake No. 55); Autobiography of a Printer (N.d., Keepsake No. 59); Abel Buell. (1955, Keepsake No. 56); The Question of Style (1963, Keepsake No. 68); Membership 1964 (1964, Keepsake No. 70); Mr Walpole's Friends In Boston (1967, Keepsake No. 81); The Columbiad 1807 (1985, Keepsake 100); Printers' Ornaments (N.d., Keepsake No. 87); Hawthorn House Revisited (N.D., Keepsake 72); Plant House at Connecticut College: A Wood Engraving (1986, Keepsake No. 106); Harold Hugo and the Meriden Gravure Company (1985, Keepsake No. 111); and with six additional printed pieces and a letter to the member. Nearly all items in fine condition with a few small flaws here and there. A very nice collection of Columbiad Club material, uncommon in its breadth. Please contact us for additional pictures or information. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        THE AMATEUR GENTLEMAN. Shooting Script

      London: Criterion Films, 1935. First edition. Paperback. Pages are very good to near fine, outer wrapper very good. 230 mimeographed pages. Screenplay by Clemence Dane, based on the novel by Jeffery Farnol (1913). A former boxing champion, now an innkeeper, is accused of stealing a watch from a party of guests at his inn, who happen to be members of English royalty. The old man is arrested and thrown in prison. His son, knowing that his father did not steal the watch, and, suspecting a frame-up, follows the royal party to London, where he poses as a wealthy "gentleman" and insinuates himself into the English court in an effort to find out who framed his father and why. The 102 minute, black and white film, starred Douglas Fairbanks Jr. (who wanted old friend Mona Maris to play the part of the female menace in the film but her part was eliminated from the final script). Staple bound in stiff orange wrappers with cover label, pages measure 8 x 10 inches, outer wrapper slightly larger.

      [Bookseller: Ed Smith Books]
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        Flush: A Biography

      Harcourt, Brace and Company, New York 1935 - INSCRIBED AND DATED BY VIRGINIA WOOLF (TO ABBY FRANK IN 1936) on the first blank endpaper. A tight, solid copy to boot of the 1935 stated 3rd American printing (following the 1933 1st American printing) of Woolf's loving biography of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's cocker spaniel, "Flush". Clean and VG+ (with very slight cocking) in a bright, price-intact ("$2.00"), VG dustjacket, with light soiling to the panels and very light creasing and chipping along the panel edges. Slim octavo, 185 pgs. Very uncommon as such. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: APPLEDORE BOOKS, ABAA]
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      Paris, Editions Mornay 1935 - Suivi de la fin de Psyché par Claude Farrère. Illustrations en couleurs de Carlègle. Complet & Contrôlé. Exemplaire (N°23) sur JAPON impérial. Un des 25 exemplaires de tête, renfermant chacun un croquis de Carlègle. Paris, Éditions Mornay - 1935 - 230 pages. Collection Les Beaux Livres. Belle reliure plein chagrin bordeaux à bandes beiges. Dos lisse orné de décors mosaïqués et dorés, avec titre et auteur dorés. Tête dorée sur témoins, non rogné. Couverture et dos illustrés conservés. Pas de rousseur. Parfait état. Format in-8°(20x16). Edition illustrée [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Livres et Collections]
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        Wigs on the Green.

      London: Thornton Butterworth Ltd,, 1935. Octavo. Original blue and white check cloth, titles to front cover and spine black, blind stamped rule and publisher's stamp to covers. Bookseller's label to foot of front pastedown. Spine sunned and slightly rolled, edges, prelims and endmatter lightly toned; an excellent copy. First edition, first impression. Nancy Mitford was the eldest of the six notorious Mitford Sisters. Wigs on the Green was her third novel, "a facetious parody of the British Union of Fascists, which attracted little critical attention but a considerable amount of bad feeling within her own family: one sister, Diana, had left her first husband to marry the Fascist leader, Sir Oswald Mosley, and another, Unity, was spending most of her time in Germany, an ecstatic follower of Hitler. Neither was amused by their older sister's book" (ODNB).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Trattati di architetura ingegneria e arte militare.. A cura di Corrado Maltese. Trascrizione di Livio Maltese Degrassi. [2 Bde. komplett].

      4, LXVIII, 289 S., Taf. 186 Taf. 290-616 S., Taf. 187-331, OLwd., Min. gebrauchsspurig. EA dieser Ausgabe. (= Classici italiani di scienze techniche e arti / Trattati di architettura, 3. Bd.). Mit einer Einleitung von Arnaldo Bruschi. Exemplar des Schweizer Architektur- und Kunsthistorikers Georg Germann (1935 - 2016) (von diesem Anstreichungen und Marginalien in Bleistift).- Francesco di Giorgio, genauer Francesco di Giorgio Martini (1439 - 1501), italienischer Architekt, Bildhauer und Maler. Er bildete sich in der Malerei bei Vecchietta aus, war anfangs in Orvieto und seit 1463 in Siena tätig, wo er mit untergeordneten dekorativen und konstruktiven Arbeiten, namentlich in Festungsbauten, beschäftigt war. Im Jahr 1490 erhielt er den Auftrag, das Modell für die Kuppel zum Mailänder Dom anzufertigen, welches auch 1493 von Giovanni Antonio Amadeo ausgeführt wurde. Bei der Belagerung von Neapel im Jahr 1495 soll er die Erfindung der Minen gemacht haben. Seine Bedeutung liegt in seiner außerordentlichen Vielseitigkeit, welche ihn in die erste Reihe der Renaissancekünstler erhebt, wenn er auch keine hervorragende Schöpfung hinterlassen hat. Er starb 1502 in Siena. Seinen "Trattato di architettura civile e militare" hat Cesare Saluzzo (Turin, 1841) erstmal in einer Bearbeitung herausgegeben. In diesem Werk tauchen viele Maschinenelemente (Zahnräder, Schneckengetriebe, Bewegungsgewindespindeln usw.) in seinen Katapult- oder Schwerlastkran-Konstruktionen auf.

      [Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej]
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