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        Nu orientaliste.

      Huile sur toile signée en bas à droite " PAUL-EMILE BECAT ", dimensions : 330 x 240, montée sur châssis en pin et encadré dans un beau cadre doré Louis XIV, décor à la Berain.Parfait état. - Le sujet : Femme blanche nue endormie sur un drapé bleu ; au second plan, femme noire assise en robe traditionnelle très colorée. Essais de couleurs au verso de la toile.La femme noire ressemble étrangement au portrait de " Mademoiselle Kani ", aquarelle du même artiste, datée de 1935, passée en vente à Drouot en 2015. Paul-Émile Bécat (1885-1960), " Peintre et graveur. Elève de F. Flameng et de Gabriel Ferrier, il a exposé au Salon des Artistes Français à partir de 1913. Grand Prix de Rome, médaille d'argent et titulaire du prix R. de Rougé. Il a gravé les portraits de plusieurs écrivains, dont : Paul Valéry, Paul Claudel, Léon-Paul Fargue, Jules Romain, Valéry Larbaud. Lui-même a participé à certains ouvrages, notamment, à Georges Duhamel de Luc Durtain, et à Solitude d'E. Estaunié " (in Bénézit). Il est surtout très connu pour les nombreux ouvrages qu'il a illustré, notamment des érotiques ; ses huiles sont rares.

      [Bookseller: Bouquinerie Aurore (SLAM-ILAB)]
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        Les Jardins

      Lausanne, France: Edition des Freres Gonin, 1935. Original wraps. Near Fine. Jean Berque. #40 OF ONLY 150 COPIES ISSUED SIGNED BY THE ILLUSTRATOR JEAN BERQUE at the limitation. A bright, crisp copy to boot in its cream-colored wrappers. Clean and Near Fine, with lovely color prints complementing the text. Attractive layout and typography by Philippe Gonin. Quarto, loose, unbound signatures as issued. All contained in a pebbled, vellum-backed (and gilt-titled) chemise and matching slipcase.

      [Bookseller: Appledore Books, ABAA]
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        Hans Schemm: Dem Führer des Nationalsozialistischen Lehrerbundes von Deutschland, dem Gauleiter der Bayrischen Ostmark, dem Staatsminister für Unterricht und Kultus in Bayern, in Verehrung gewidmet von Karl Seibold im Dezember 1935

      Georg Westermann, Braunschweig 1935 - Sm. folio. Unpaginated (34 leaves, printed on one side only). Includes two pages of text in German, gothic script. Original wraps bound in decoration string with Swastika and "Hans Schemm" printed in black on front cover. Rare National Socialist propaganda work honoring Hans Schemm (1891-1935). Schemm, one of Hitler's 'old comrades', was on the Führer's side almost from the beginning in the early 1920's. He was a SA-Gruppenführer, Gauleiter, and later appointed by Hitler as the Leader of Cultural & Educational Affairs of Bavaria. On 5 March 1935, Schemm died after a plane crash. His life was glorified by the Nazis and during the Third Reich various schools, streets and halls were named after him. Some sunning and scuffing on wraps. Small number sticker pasted on lower part of front wrapper. 1 1/2" area on bottom edge bumped, slightly affecting first 7 leaves. Slight foxing to first few leaves and rear flyleaf. Overall very good condition. Scarce. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      New York: Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, 1935. First Trade Edition. First printing. Octavo (19cm.); original cloth in blue pictorial dust jacket, black topstain; 315pp. Both cloth and jacket spine toned as is rear jacket panel (with a couple of small dampstains), upper jacket flap fold fragile but still holding, shelf wear especially to spine ends. HANNA 1163; PETERSEN A16b.

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      Privately Printed | Derrydale Press, New York 1935 - 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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BLACK SWAN BOOKS, INC., ABAA, ILAB]
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        Green Hills of Africa

      New York: Charles Scribner, 1935. 1st. Cloth. Good/Good. An unusual copy of the 1935 1st edition, 2nd state (without the "A" on the copyright page). From the personal library of noted literary critic Maxwell Geismar (who, among other things, wrote the Introduction to Eldridge Cleaver's "Soul on Ice"). Geismar has heavily highlighted this copy --clearly his working copy-- in color pencil and has made several extensive margin notes. (A fascinating glimpse into the working methods of a major mid-century American critic). A presentable, "starter" copy to boot. The boards are relatively clean, the binding solid, the dustjacket --in spite of a few chips and some creasing-- is 95% present.

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      Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, Inc, New York 1935 - First edition. 315 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Faulkner's novel about an airplane contest in New Orleans during Mardis Gras. Black cloth; very good with some loss to gilt lettering. In very good dust jacket with faded spine and edgewear [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Photograph signed

      , 1935. 1935. Signed. ROOSEVELT, Eleanor. Photograph signed. No place: Underwood & Underwood, circa 1935. Black-and-white photograph, measuring 8 by 10 inches; framed, entire piece measures 14 by 12 inches. $1800.Black-and-white photograph of Eleanor Roosevelt in formal dress, signed by her at the bottom of the image.The full-length photographic portrait depicts Eleanor Roosevelt from the side, dressed in a sleeveless white jacquard gown. This photograph was most likely taken prior to one of the Birthday Ball benefits for the March of Dimes, based on the similar gowns that Roosevelt wore to the 1934 and 1936 Birthday Balls.

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        Three Poems

      Baker Library Press, Hanover, NH 1935 - Quarto (25.5 cm), pp. [12]. Hand-tied pamphlet with blue paper wrappers, paper label. Signed with lengthy inscription (on verso of first leaf) by Frost to his biographer, Robert S. Newdick, an Ohio State University professor of English literature. No. 31 of 125, limited printing by the Daniel Oliver Associates of Dartmouth College. Includes three poems from Frost's early writing that had not previously been published in book form : "The Quest of the Orchis," "Warning," and "Caesar's Lost Transport Ships."Front cover and back covers are detached from the rest of the pamphlet, and have dampstaining that does not affect the interior pages. Includes envelope addressed from Frost to Newdick in Frost's handwriting with cancelled three-cent stamps and the admonition to postal carriers: "Please do not fold." Envelope has dampstaining and many chips and tears.Inscription reads: "Dear Mr. Newdick, This may interest you as an 'item' and a piece of writing if nothing else. The only poem in it I care for is The Quest of the Orchis, which might well have gone into A Boy's Will. Caesar's Lost Transport Ships was a high school piece. All three poems were published in the old Independent. [indecipherable] yours, Robert Frost April 16, 1935 Amherst Mass." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Memoires. Ecrits par lui-même. Edition nouvelle publiée sous la direction de Raoul Vèze, d'après le texte de l'édition princeps Leipzig - bruxelles - Paris (1826 - 1838). Variantes et commentaires historiques et critiques.

      Paris, Aux Editions de la Sirène 1924-1935. - 12 volumes. Grand-8°. Chaque volume accompagné par plusieurs planches d'illustrations. Demi parchemin, pièce de titre rouge, tranche de tête dorée, couvertures et dos conservés. (Reliure Schumacher Berne). Première éditon critique des célèbres memoires. Exemplaire sur alfa vergé (après 280 exemplaires nummérotés). L'édition est basée sur la traduction établie par Jean Larorgue pour la première édition française de 1826. Les mémoires fut publié 1822 en alemand par F.A. Brockhaus d'après le texte originale de Casanova. Le manuscrit originale resté caché par Brockhaus fut publié avec les édition Plon et Brockhaus qu'en 1960. Notre édition dit "La Sirène" reste apprécié par les casanoviste pour la qualité des commentaires et de son iconographie. - Exemplaire en parfait état bien et soigneusement reliée, avec soin.

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        The Gold Hesperidee

      Cortland, NY: The Bibliophile Press, 1935. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good. First Edition, published as a single poem for the first time, though previously published in 1921. First state with an "A" on the copyright page, and nine words on the second to last line on page 7. About Near Fine. Light edge wear, light soiling to rear cover. Limitation page remains unnumbered. One of 37 copies of the first state.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Too True to Be Good, Village Wooing & on the Rocks. Three Plays [Signed Association Copy]

      Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1935. Undetermined. very good. Tauchnitz edition. [1-8], 9-314,[6]pp. 16mo. Half green morocco over marbled boards. Gilt title to spine and "Tauchnitz" in gilt to foot of spine. Shelfwear to boards, corners, and head and tail of spine. Spine lightly sunned. T.e.g. Internally tight and clean. Signed and inscribed by Shaw on the title page to Raymond Savage "Dear Raymond Savage. You May as Well Keep This One. G. Bernard Shaw. 26 Feb 1935.". With 7 pages of correspondence laid in between Savage and Blanche Patch, Shaw's personal secretary. The letters from Patch are signed typed letters, and the letters from Savage are carbon copies. All letters dated between February and May of 1935. Letters folded with some light edgewear. An excellent, signed association copy of this collection of three plays by George Bernard Shaw. Shaw has inscribed the book to Raymond Savage. Savage was a literary agent, writer, and associate of Shaw to whom Shaw has presented this book. Laid into the book are 7 letters to and from Savage and Blanche Patch, Shaw's long-time secretary, discussing the book offered here and an article Shaw wrote, "Germany Should be Permitted to Arm to the Hilt." Savage was acting on Shaw's behalf to publish the article with King Features Syndicate, although we could find no record of its publishing. The letters go on to explain that Tauchnitz Publishing sent Savage 6 copies of "Too True to Be Good...," which Savage then sent on to Shaw. Upon receiving the books, Shaw signed a single copy, which he sent back to Savage as a thank you. Thus, this book appears to be one of 6 specially bound Publisher's presentation copies, sent to Savage for him to present to Shaw. A fascinating little book and collection of letters with excellent provenance, passing through the hands of Shaw, Shaw's long time secretary, and Savage. Tauchnitz published British and American authors in English for distribution on the European continent. 1935

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        From Farm Boy to Financier

      D. Appleton-Century Co., Incorporated, 1935. First printing hardcover appears to have been signed and inscribed (to the owner) by Boyden Sparkes (co-author). The book is very good plus with shelfwear and lightly bumped corners. The mylar protected dust jacket is good with rubbing, edgewear, a number of small tears, longer tears to the hinges, small pieces missing and some scuffs.. A nice example of a very scarce resource.. Signed. First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good.

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        Ein achtblättriger Lotus. Gebete der Nacht. Mit einem nirvânischen Vor- und Nachgesang.

      Berlin Otto von Holten 1935 - Folio, 32 S. m. reichem Buchschmuck, handgebundener Orig.-Halbperg. m. goldgeprägten Deckel- u. Rückentitel in Orig.-Schuber. Raub A 129; Schauer II,12.- (= Opus VII der Einhorn-Presse).- Eines v. 100 (gesamt 150) numerierten u.v. Künstler monogrammierten Privatdruck-Exemplaren.- Druck in blau und schwarz auf handgeschöpftem Altbütten.- Der ursprünglich von Lechter eingetragene Besitzername hier geschwärzt, mit leichtem Abklatsch auf gegenüberliegende Seite. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Eckert & Kaun GbR]
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        The History of Herodotus of Halicarnassus. Translation of G. Rawlinson. Revised & Annotated by A. W. Lawrence. To which is added a Life of Herodotus and the Behistun Inscription * H A L B P E R G A M E N T - V o r z u g s a u s g a b e Nr. 57 / 675

      London, The Nonesuch Press, 1935 - Vollständige Ausgabe im Original-Verlagshandeinband: blau eingefärbtes Halbpergament / OHPgt / HPgt im Format 204 x 30 cm mit dekoriertem, goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, Deckelbezug mit Gewebe sowie Kopfgoldschnitt. Titelblatt in Schwarz-Rot-Druck, 778 Seiten, mit Register, 9 halbseitigen Holzschnitt-Illustrationen von V. le Campion und 9 Karten im Anhang (von T. Poulton), davon 7 doppelseitig. Exemplar Nr.57 von 675. - "Warum handgebunden? - Die wesentlichsten Vorzüge des guten Handbandes sind: Die einzelnen Druckbögen werden mit der Hand nach dem Schriftspiegel gefalzt. Die Bogenränder werden dadurch zwar ungleich, aber das Satzbild steht gerade. Um infolge der ungleichen Ränder ein späteres zu starkes Beschneiden mit der Maschine zu vermeiden, werden die Bogen einzeln, vorne und unten, mit der Pappschere auf ein Mittelmaß rauh beschnitten. Dadurch wird der Druckrand weitestgehend geschont. ). Oben wird das Buch beschnitten und erhält nicht nur der Schönheit willen einen Goldschnitt, sondern diese feine Metallschicht schützt vielmehr die dem Lichte und Staub am meisten ausgesetzte Schnittfläche vor deren schädlichen Einflüssen. Als erste und letzte Lage wird dem Buche zum Schutze eine leere Papierlage hinzugefügt, welche mit einem feinen Leinen- oder echten Japanpapierfalz versehen ist. Geheftet wird der Handband nach sorgfältiger Auswahl des Heftzwirnes auf echten erhabenen oder aufgedrehten flachen Bünden und auf Pergamentriemchen (welche beim Pergamentbande durch den Rücken gezogen werden). Als Einbandmaterial kommen sumachgares, lichtechtes Saffian, Kalbleder, vereinzelt auch Rindsleder, ferner naturelles und weißes Schweinsleder sowie Kalbspergament zur Verwendung. Ein mit der Hand hergestelltes, dazupassendes Überzugpapier sowie Handvergoldung oder Blinddruck am Rücken ergänzen das Werk nach außen. Ein solcher Einband entspricht allen Anforderungen, die an einen Gebrauchsband gestellt werden können." Aus einem alten Prospekt von Richard Hönn, ehemals Handbinderei des Verlages Albert Langen, Werkstatt für feine Buchbinder- und Lederarbeiten in München, Dienerstrasse 14. - Erstausgabe, EA, erste Auflage in guter Erhaltung (Einband mit ganz leichten Gebrauchsspuren, sonst tadellos). - Liebhabereinband, Pergament-Ausgabe, englische Kunstbuchbinderei im 20.Jahrhundert, Halbpergamentband, Pressendruck, illustrierte Bücher Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Note-Book.

      London: The Nonesuch Press,, 1935. Called the Rossetti Manuscript. Edited by Geoffrey Keynes. Octavo. Original blue buckram, title label to spine, grey endpapers, top edge gilt. With the dust jacket. A superb copy with the jacket only slightly creased at the extremities and with three closed tears. First edition thus, number 29 of 650 copies, with the very scarce dust jacket. This fine Nonesuch Press edition constitutes the first facsimile printing of Blake's famous notebook, known as the "Rossetti Manuscript" since it was acquired by Dante Gabriel Rossetti in 1847. Selections from the manuscript, with some over-liberal alterations, were published in Gilchrist's Life of Blake 1863, but it was only when the great Blake scholar Geoffrey Keynes had it photographed in full in 1924 that "an accurate and final text" was published in the Nonesuch Press edition of Blake's Writings in 1925. This edition presents the full text, with its many integrated drawings, for the first time in photographic (as well as letterpress) facsimile.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The History of Herodotus of Helicarnassus

      The Nonesuch Press, London 1935 - Quarto. Quarter blue vellum over blue linen boards with gilt spine lettering. Gilt top edge, blue vellum with a few spots rubbed to white, light foxing to the endpapers and throughout but overall a very good copy. All maps in fine condition. The translation of G. Rawlinson revised & annotated by A. W. Lawrence. With nine wood engravings by V. Le Campion and a series of new maps by T. Poulton to which is added a life of Herodotus and the Behistun inscription. Edition of 675 numbered copies, this is 114. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Map of [Coptic] Christian Egypt. Carte de l'Egype Chrétienne. Evêchés et Couvents.

      Cairo: Egyptian State Tourist Administration 1935 - Color lithograph, folded. 76 x 102 cm. unfolded . Printed in Egypt by Institut Graphique Egyptien. Few small tears.

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        A Book of Trout Flies

      New York: The Derrydale Press, 1935. First Edition First Printing . Hardcover. Very Good+/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Alma W. Froderstrom. This book is number 43 of 850 and is clean, tight, square with very good corners and is unmarked. It is very lightly rubbed. It has pale green end papers and 190, bright, clear pages extensively illustrated with color, tissue guarded plates bound in gilt decorated, green clot covered boards with gilt titles in green boxes on the spine and front. The spine is mildly age darkened. The book is from the library of John Michael Kauffman author, reporter, sportsman, environmentalist/conservationist and philanthropist and bear his lovely bookplate on all the front paste down.

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        Narrative of the Wreck of the Whale Ship Essex of Nantucket which was destroyed by a Whale in the Pacific Ocean in the year 1819 Told by Owen Chase 1st mate Thomas Chappell second mate andamp James Pollard captain of said vessel


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      Privately printed, [1935]., Dallas - Second edition. Originally published in 1923, this edition contains 8 more pages that have been added to the 1923 issue. Two-tone printed wrappers, 30 [blank] + 8 pp., preface. In the first section of the book the author tells of his first buffalo hunt, Comanches and cattleman John Hittson and the loss of 700 head of cattle, the Wounded Knee fight, Indian fights and atrocities, an Ox wagon stolen and then re-captured on Concho River, troubles with red ants, etc. The added 8 pages include an account of cattleman John Chisholm being robbed of 800 fat cattle in 1867 by Indians, mentions Charles Goodnight's work to develop a "cattalo," and the slave trade in 1854. Near fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Pages malgaches.

      CHEZ EDOUARD LÉON, Paris 1935 - Préface de Oswald Durand. Paris, (1935), Chez Edouard Léon, in-8, broché, sous étui de paille tressée, 15 planches. 15 eaux-fortes originales, tirage limité à 200 exemplaires numérotés, N°69. Belles planches à la fois précises et poétiques. Exemplaire non rogné. Livres

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        [A Depression-Era Milkman's Promotional Photograph Album]

      [Lousville, KY], [ca. 1935]. Small 8vo. album. Approximately 7" x 5". Cloth covered boards, screw binding, opens vertically. 12 linen backed and hinged black and white photographs (each measuring approximately 5.75" x 4.5"). Moderate handling wear. Manuscript notes to versos of most prints. Ownership label to interior torn. Overall good-plus. A pocket-sized photograph album carried by a 1930's-era delivery milkman of the Oscar Ewing and Sons Dairy Company of Louisville, KY. Scenes of production, testing, pasteurizing, bottling equipment and delivery in clear, well composed views. Linen backings to prints with the previous owner's notes, including customer orders of various dairy products, delivery frequency, address, etc... Delivery vehicle in one image appears to show a mid-1930's International panel truck, estimating the otherwise undated album to approximately 1935. A compact, though rich visual record of sales, dairy production, and the Depression-era South. Image of delivery driver with panel van held in The University of Kentucky's "Images of Kentucky and Environs" collection. Otherwise OCLC notes no holdings of similar album or individual prints.

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller]
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        A Players' Handbook : The Theory And Practice Of Acting

      F.S.Crofts & Co., Binghamton N.Y 1935 - Rare This Novel Is For The Collectors Of True First Editions Spine Is Tight & Crisp. Boards Are Flat & True; The Corners Are Square W/O Bumps. Very, Very Minor Wear Marks On Edges. Pages Are Clear, Clean, Unmarked And Bright White. No Marks. No Underlining. No Wrinkles Or Creases. Not A Remainder. Not Ex-Lib. Not Bce [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Kit Carson Days, 1809-1868

      Press of the Pioneers, New York 1935 - #109/200 copies of this autographed edition, signed on the limitation page after Page 996 of the second volume. Illustrated by Howard Simon with 20 full-page drawings. Two volumes, 996 pp. "Adventures in the Path of Empire. Revised Edition with New Matter." Rubbed blue linen over boards, particularly noticeable on Volume I, with edge soil. Very Good overall. No slipcase. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Prices and Production; Second, Revised and Enlarged Edition

      London: George Routledge & Sons Ltd., 1935. Studies in Economics and Political Science, No. 107. Near Fine in the original blue cloth with gilt titles, 162 pages with 14 pages of ads following, no jacket, prior owner name front end page, very light rubbing to cloth at the tips. Contents are clean, tight, unmarked. The printed version of a series of lectures given at the London School of Economics, which established Hayek's reputation and made him a professor at this important institution for many years, the Second Edition Revised and Enlarged has 50 more pages than the First Edition. . Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged . Cloth. Near Fine/No Jacket.

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        Three Poems

      Hanover, NH: Baker Library Press, 1935. First Edition. Paperback. Good. Quarto (25.5 cm), pp. [12]. Hand-tied pamphlet with blue paper wrappers, paper label. Signed with lengthy inscription (on verso of first leaf) by Frost to his biographer, Robert S. Newdick, an Ohio State University professor of English literature. No. 31 of 125, limited printing by the Daniel Oliver Associates of Dartmouth College. Includes three poems from Frost's early writing that had not previously been published in book form : "The Quest of the Orchis," "Warning," and "Caesar's Lost Transport Ships." Front cover and back covers are detached from the rest of the pamphlet, and have dampstaining that does not affect the interior pages. Includes envelope addressed from Frost to Newdick in Frost's handwriting with cancelled three-cent stamps and the admonition to postal carriers: "Please do not fold." Envelope has dampstaining and many chips and tears. Inscription reads: "Dear Mr. Newdick, This may interest you as an 'item' and a piece of writing if nothing else. The only poem in it I care for is The Quest of the Orchis, which might well have gone into A Boy's Will. Caesar's Lost Transport Ships was a high school piece. All three poems were published in the old Independent. [indecipherable] yours, Robert Frost April 16, 1935 Amherst Mass."

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        Die Weidendammer Brücke in Berlin Mitte während der Renovierung, um 1993. Original-Ölgemälde auf Leinwand, ohne Rahmen, Format 60 x 80 cm.

      Der Blick geht über die Spree nach Westen, im Hintergrund ist der Bahnhof Friedrichstraße, am rechten Rand die Häuser am Schiffbauerdamm zu sehen. - 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.

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        Golf. Athletics. Tennis. Hockey and other Ball Games. Winter Sports.

      London: Sports and Sportsmen Ltd. c 1935 - LIMITED EDITION 535/1000. Folio. pp.xiv+492. Original publisher's full red morocco gilt, a.e.g. ex libris gilt stamp of Percy Leslie Malknins Wright to upper cover. Profuse photographic illustrations throughout. Minor stain to upper cover, generally a very good copy. In addition to the chapter on Skiing by R.W. Cooper there are chapters on Skating, Curling and Ice Hockey. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Robert Frew Ltd. ABA ILAB]
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      New York: A.S. Crockett, 1935. Hardcover. Good Only. Green cloth-covered boards, 7 1/2" x 5 1/4". Staining to boards, and joints, and moderate wear to extremities, especially spine,which shows fraying to top and bottom. Very slight crack at rear joint, but apart from a slight spine lean, is still very tightly-bound. Previous owner's stamp to front free endpaper. Lacks dustjacket. Albert Stevens Crockett was a well-known and respected journalist whose interests ranged from spirits (this book), to spiritualism, and communication with the departed soul of his late beloved step-daughter (his book Revelations of Louise). Earlier, Crockett's Old Waldorf Bar Days, by his own account, was more about the social mores of the day, and less about the actual drinks. After that eventful day of repeal, December 5th, 1933, however, Crockett realized there were few barmen alive, or of those yet extant, who remembered many of the recipes of the countless pre-Prohibition libations. He found one, however, a Joseph Taylor, who had managed to hang on to a copy of the informal Waldorf "Bar Book" wherein all new and successful recipes were dutifully inscribed, and incorporating its contents, created this (recipe) book. The author writes: "For the convenience of students of the cultural history and mores of the American people, as well as for those who wish to set a goal before starting to mix, thebibulous concoctions long known and served at the Bar of the Old Waldorf have been arranged alphabetically, and in two general classes. The cocktails have been set down in one list and the others, which might be classed as 'beverages'..." Besides the revised formulas for cocktails and other mixed drinks.included [are} a number of recipes...mostly gathered outside of the United States, and many of them tested and approved by author." A fairly-priced, fairly-beat copy of a scarce book of liquid recipe. NOTE: Library of Congress cites a 1934 issue of this title by Dodd Mead, of which 11 libraries worldwide own copies. Crockett must have taken back publication the following year. 5 libraries worldwide hold this particular edition. "Giving the correct recipes for Five Hundred Cocktails and Mixed Drinks known and served at the world's most famouns brass rail before prohibition, together with more than One Hundred Established Formulas for cocktails and other beverages,originated while prohibition was in effect. The whole flavored with dashes of history mixed in a shaker of anecdote and served with a chaser of illuminative information..."

      [Bookseller: Aardvark Books / Ezra The Bookfinder, AB]
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        THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION. A 6-PAGE AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED. A first hand account of an attack on the village of Zimapan by "rebels" [Zapatistas].

      Zimapan, Hidalgo, Mexico, August 7, 1935. - - sc - Six pages consisting of over 1,000 words penned on both sides of 3 sheets of 10-1/2 inch high by 8-1/8 inch wide buff-colored paper. In a lengthy letter James H. Armstrong, the author of this account, responds after reading a book which Mrs. McDougall has sent him. The book, Rosa E. King's "Tempest Over Mexico" which had just been published that year, has stirred up Armstrong's memories and feelings. He doesn't view the "rebels" (The Liberation Army of the South, known as the Zapatistas) with as much fondness "She rather idealizes Zapata, though strangely she makes no mention of his brother who accompanied him all the time, and glosses over the terrible cruelty of the Zapatists." He goes on to describe, at length, an attack by the Zapatistas "When the town was attacked by the rebels for the first time, I had advance information from one of the rebel sympathizers who worked for us, so was not surprised when a group surrounded the town and demanded that the small garrison surrender or else the place would be taken by 'sangre y fuego' - 'blood and fire!' The town authorities decided to resist and the women and children of the principal families were gathered into the big house." He goes on to describe that night and the "all-day attack" which followed until "through their scouts the rebels received word that a relief column was coming, so they retired and that unpleasant spell was over." Describing a subsequent attack, he writes of joining the "Jefe Politico, a very good friend" who'd organized a little band of volunteers to escort the women as they would all try to reach the next town. The group was overtaken and, to protect the women, surrendered to the Zapatistas. "As a foreigner, I was deputed to approach with a white flag and arrange terms. One of the women gave me her white petticoat to flaunt and up the hill I went." Signed "Jas. H. Armstrong". The pages are folded once horizontally and twice vertically for mailing. There is some minor soiling with creasing to the right edge. Very good. A very entertaining first hand account of an event during the Mexican Revolution.The writer, James H. Armstrong was an American superintendent of the Hidalgo Copper Mining & Smelting Company in Zimapan, Hildago. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd.]
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        The Gold Hesperidee

      (Cortland, N.Y.: The Bibliophile Press), [1935], 1935. First edition, first issue. Crane A20. Fine copy.. Small 8vo, original pictorial beige wrappers with silk ties, 8 pages. A fine copy of the first issue of Frost's poem "The Gold Hesperidee" which first appeared in 1921 in the magazine Farm and Fireside, but was never collected in Frost's published books. Apparently there were 500 copies of the first issue, but the printer was unhappy with aspects of the typography and withdrew it from distribution. He then printed a second issue, which corrected the errors. From the inventory of Burton Weiss, Bookseller.

      [Bookseller: The Brick Row Book Shop ]
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      Zagreb, . 1935 - Lithograph in colour, on 11 sheets, unjoined and untrimmed, Complete as issued, would join in an irregular shape as intended (Very Good, exquisite printing quality, sharp and clean with wide margins to all sheets, one sheet with longer repaired tear, margins slighty dusty, with tiny tears), measurements: each sheet 60 x 72 cm (23.5 x 28.5 inches); if joined would form a map of irregular dimensions, maximum approximately: 220 x 240 cm (86.5 x 94.5 inches). Exceedingly rare – the official ‘master plan’ of Zagreb recording every significant detail of the city during its historical apogee of the 1930s, being a gargantuan 11 sheet map, exclusively issued for the use of government administrators and leading building developers, employing unusually fine chromolithography. This colossal map is the finest general cartographic record of Zagreb from the period of its historical apogee, during the 1920s and ‘30s. It is the official ‘master plan’ of the city drafted by Zagreb’s urban planning department and printed by means of the highest quality chromolithography for the select use of administrators and leading private land developers. The map was produced in extremely small numbers, and was not made available to the public for purchase (thus explaining the lack of imprint, etc.). The map served as the official basis for major urban planning decisions during an unprecedented period of explosive physical, economic and population growth. The map provides a panoptic view of all of Zagreb, labelling every street, square, park, significant feature and, most impressively, every building (noting each by its street number), as well as the limits of every cadastral lot. The ‘Legenda’ (Legend), located below the title on Sheet 1, explains the colour coding of the features on the map. The classifications labelled ‘zgrade’ (buildings) include: ‘privatne’ (privately owned), coloured pink; ‘javne gradske op?ine’ (public, municipally owned), coloured red; ‘državne i ostale’ (public, state and other), represented in grey. Other features described include: ‘šume’ (woods), coloured pale green; ‘perivoji’ (parks), in light green; and ‘vode’ (water), coloured in blue. Beyond the colour coding, virtually all of the features are accompanied by additional labelling. In addition to being large scale, the map is very well designed, showcasing an enormous amount of information with an elegant and practical clarity of presentation. The map is arguably one of the finest maps of Zagreb ever produced, and indeed, of any major European city from the period. The map captures the entire city during what was its historical apology, during the 1920s and ‘30’s, following three generation of transformative change. The ovoid outlines of the medieval city are still clearly visible on Sheets 4 & 7. Until the middle of the 19th Century, Zagreb was largely confined to this small area, being nothing more than a regional centre with population of barely 17,000 (in 1851). However, beginning in the 1850s, spurred by the Croatian National Revival, Zagreb grew steadily in population and wealth, expanding beyond the old town. The railway arrived in 1862, the gasworks were established in 1863 and a modern water system was created from 1878. This spurred industrial growth, and the formation of the new working-class and industrial districts to the west and south of the old city. It also saw improvements to the large plazas extending out of the old city, as well as the construction of grand public edifices, in the Austro-Hungarian style. Indeed, Zagreb acquired monumental architecture, arranged along massive open spaces, akin to Vienna and Budapest. Most notably, the era also saw the re-development of Ban Jela?i? Square, to this day, the heart of Zagreb. SEE OUR WEB PAGE FOR LONGER DESCRIPTION. References: Nacionalna i sveu?ilišna knjižnica u Zagrebu [National and University Library in Zagreb]: NSK 000237054. Cf. [Re: Background of Zagreb’s modern development:] Krešimir Galovi?, ‘Ulica Antu

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor]
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        Valiant Is the Word for Carrie

      New York: Reynal and Hitchcock, (1935). New York: Reynal and Hitchcock. (1935). First. First edition. Gilt spine lettering a bit rubbed, else fine in a lovely, fine dustwrapper with a couple of tiny tears. Arguably a "dedication copy," Inscribed by the author: "Dear Williams: 'To Friends' the dedication page says. You are one of the best any man could have. Barry B. 10/28/35." Benefield, although little known today, was cited by the great short story anthologist Edward J. O'Brien as one of the four finest short story writers of the 1920s, along with Ernest Hemingway, Sherwood Anderson, and Manuel Komroff. Benefield adapted this comedic novel from his own short story, and the novel became the basis for the 1936 film with Harry Carey, Gabby Hayes, and Gladys George, who was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar in her debut film. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Les Égarements du Coeur et de L’Esprit.

      Original Artwork, c.1935 - 46 original watercolours by George Pavis illustrating Crebillon's famous risqué novel with a further 36 preparatory sketches. In its original chemise and slip case, with the title in manuscript on the spine. This planned edition was never published. This collection is the complete set of original watercolours that Pavis painted for the project. He was a well known illustrator and illustrated many literary works of the period. A delightful and unique item. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: McConnell Fine Books ABA & ILAB]
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      [Various locations in and around Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, 1935. Seventy-eight mounted silver gelatin photographs, either 3 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches or 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches. Oblong octavo photograph album, paper-covered boards, string-bound. Front cover detached, covers and spine chipped. Some album pages chipped, but photographs remain largely untouched. Very good. An absorbing collection of photographs capturing American military life in Hawaii during the first half of the 20th century, with the great majority of the photographs captioned in ink on the album pages. The unnamed photographer and compiler of the photographs apparently served at the Schofield Barracks in Honolulu, as he includes several photographs of the base, including the "Boxing Bowl." He also records other notable locations around Honolulu, including the Waipahu Sugar Mill, the Kilaeua Crater, Japanese Temple, the Mid-Pacific Railway wreck, Kapiolani Park, the Honolulu railway station, Sand Island, the naval destroyer JEANNE D'ARC, Sampans Haleiwa Bay, the Monoa Hotel, the Waipahi Sugar Mill, Diamondhead and Kahala Bay, Waikiki Beach, several shots of volcanoes and lava formations, and more. He even includes a shot of the pack mule he presumably used in his wanderings. Hawaiian photographs are scarce in the market, and continually more desirable, especially with holographic notations, like those present in this intriguing album.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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