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        Der Glaube an Deutschland - Ein Kriegserleben von Verdun bis zum Umsturz [Prunkausgabe - mit Dedikation an Rudolf He

      1935 - M

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ehbrecht - Preise inkl. MwSt]
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        DEATH IN THE CLOUDS

      London: Collins, The Crime Club. 1935. First edition, first printing. First edition, first printing. Inscribed by the author. Original orange cloth with black titles to the spine. Without the rare dustwrapper. A better than very good copy, the binding square and firm with light rubbing and bumping at the extremities. The contents are entirely complete with the neat ink name “Shipston” and date “July 1935” in black ink on the front free endpaper. Housed in a bespoke black cloth folding solander case with titles in gilt to a leather label on the spine. An excellent signed example of this scarce Hercule Poirot mystery. Inscribed by the author in black ink on the front free endpaper “With love from Agatha”. The recipients Geoff and Violet Shipston were close friends of the author, and the dedicatees of her previous novel Three Act Tragedy. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        Pylon

      Chatto and Windus, London 1935 - vii, [1], 318, [1] pp. First British edition in first state bright red cloth. Dust-jacket slightly soiled, spine and edges toned, some chipping at head of spine, an otherwise near fine copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gerald W. Cloud Rare Books]
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        North to the Orient

      , 1935. 1935. Signed. LINDBERGH, Anne Morrow. North to the Orient. New York: Harcourt Brace, (1935). Octavo, original blue cloth, original dust jacket. $2900.First edition of Anne Morrow Lindbergh

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books ]
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        Moscow Chess Congress, Feb 145h-Mar 145h, 1935

      New York: Cordingley, Fred Reinfeld, 1935-36. 2 volumes. [5]+49 pages with table; [5]+49-99 with table and index. Small quarto (10 1/2" x 8") bound in stiff boards. Translations from the Russian Daily Chess Bulletin by Loyd Storr-Best. Cordingley limited editions of tournament books number 7, volumes 1 and 2, limited to 240 copes of which volume one is number 136 and volume two is number 80. (Betts: 25-112 and 25-113).These were published in paper and cloth-cover editions. Volume one typescript, stenciled on rectos only. This volume gives an introduction by the translator, with a general description of the setting and the first 93 games, with notes translated from the Daily Bulletin of the Moscow News. Mixed descriptive and algebraic notations. First tied Flohr and Botvinnik, Lasker 3rd. Volume two also published in paper and cloth-covered editions in typescript. This volume contains games 94-190, about one half annotated, with and index of openings, and a review of the openings employed by A M Konstantinopolski. Mixed descriptive and algebraic notation.Condition:Points and spine ends rubbed, corners bumped, volume two boards scuffed else a better than good set of a scarce set.

      [Bookseller: The Book Collector ]
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        Photograph signed

      1935 - Photograph signed ("W. Somerset Maugham"), in black ink, on the mount of a striking portrait of Maugham from the chest up with him leaning his cheek on his right hand. Signed in full. The photograph is stamped "Pirie MacDonald, Photographer-of-Men, New York." The image measures approximately 6" x 9" and is affixed to MacDonald's original mounting board which measures 11" x 14". On the back of the board is imprinted an array of information of MacDonald's awards and accomplishments and address. A further affixed label indicates this photograph of Maugham was taken in 1935 and signed by him in 1947. An excellent and rare "soft focus" image. Very good. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Houle Rare Books/Autographs/ABAA/PADA]
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        Seven Pillars of Wisdom

      1935. First Edition . LAWRENCE, T.E. Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A Triumph. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1935. Quarto, original half tan pigskin, top edge stained red, uncut and unopened, original dust jacket. Housed in original cardboard slipcase. $3600.Limited first American edition, number 178 of 750 copies, of Lawrence’s famous account of his legendary part in the Arab rebellion against the Ottoman Empire during World War I, richly illustrated. In scarce publisher’s dust jacket and slipcase.Even though ""Seven Pillars is remarkably accurate as a military history,"" its blending of epic heroic adventure, psychological insight, and spiritual transformation make it the literary treasure that Lawrence intended it to be, deserving Winston Churchill's praise as one of ""the greatest books ever written in the English language"" (Wilson 55). ""We were a self-centered army,"" Lawrence writes, ""without parade or gesture, devoted to freedom… [with] a purpose so ravenous that it devoured all our strength, a hope so transcendent that our earlier ambitions faded in its glare."" Illustrated with tissue-guarded photographic plates and portraits from sketches, facsimile pages from Lawrence texts and manuscripts, in-text line drawings, and folding maps. Preceded only by the very rare private printing of 1926 and the limited English edition of 1935. Duval 14. O'Brien A053. A few pinprick wormholes to foot of slightly darkened spine, book very nearly fine. Minor spotting to slipcase, often not present; scarce original dust jacket unrestored and in excellent condition, slight edgewear to spine head. A lovely copy.

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books]
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        Eros and Psyche. A Poem in XII Measures by Robert Bridges.

      Newtown: Gregynog Press, 1935. Woodcuts after Burne-Jones designs, initials by Graily Hewitt. 24 woodcuts after designs by Edward Burne-Jones, redrawn by Loyd Haberly and Dorothy Hawkesley (5 cut on wood by Haberly and 19 by R. John Beedham), initial letters designed by Graily Hewitt and printed in green. One of 300 copies. Text printed in red and black in Gregynog type on Batchelor hand-made paper. 4to., original white pigskin with hand-tooled gilt design on upper cover, spine gilt, t.e.g., others uncut. Pigskin with some soiling and very light rubbing to spine, internally very bright and clean. Burne-Jones's images stand up well in this production, obviously helped by the skill of Beedham &c. Hewitt's green initials are as fine as anything he did for the Ashendene Press.

      [Bookseller: SOPHIE SCHNEIDEMAN RARE BOOKS]
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        Ein paar Gedichte von Hermann Hesse.

      No place, [15 August 1935]. - Typescript comprising 6 poems (altogether 6 pp.), each illustrated with an original watercolour. 6 bifolia within autograph wrapper. 4to. Presentation copy of the kind Hesse repeatedly prepared for close friends, comprising the poems: "Immer wieder", "Blumen nach einem Unwetter", "Karfreitag", "Der Klang", "H

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        4 autograph letters signed and 3 autograph postcards and lettercards signed.

      Semmering, Vienna, and Berlin, 1927 to 1935. - Various sizes. Altogether 8

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        King Jasper. WITH: Autograph Letter signed

      1935. First Edition . Signed. (FROST, Robert) ROBINSON, Edwin Arlington. King Jasper. A Poem by Edwin Arlington Robinson. WITH: FROST, Robert. Autograph letter signed. New York: Macmillan, 1935. Octavo, original half black cloth, green cloth covers, original glassine, original slipcase with printed paper label. $5000.Limited first edition of Arlington’s final narrative poem, number 64 of only 250 copies, with an Introduction by Robert Frost. This copy signed by Frost on the final page of his Introduction, and further inscribed by him, “For my friend James Patrick J. Murphy, Coconut Grove Florida, February 12, 1936.” Accompanied as well by an autograph letter signed by Frost to Murphy, inviting him to send his copy of this book to Frost for him to sign: “I shall be glad to write my name in it for you.”Pulitzer Prize-winning American poet Edwin Robinson was “the most highly regarded and widely read poet of his generation” (Hamilton, 456). “The first major American poet of the 20th century, [he was] unique in that he devoted his life to poetry and willingly paid the price in poverty” (ANB). This volume is also prized for Frost’s perceptive and elegiac Introduction, in which he praises Robinson and mourns his passing, as Robinson died mere hours after he finished revising the galley proofs of this work. “Robinson has gone to his place in American literature and left his human place among us vacant.” This essay marks Frost’s beginning in literary criticism. In addition to being a poignant tribute to Robinson, it is also a distancing of Frost’s own poetry from the Modernist experiments in imagism and the politically influenced experiments in propaganda.The laid-in autograph letter signed by Frost is dated February 1, 1936, just a few days before the February 12 inscription in the book. Following the address and date the letter reads: “Dear Mr. Murphy: If you hurry and send your King Jasper to me it should easily reach me at the above address before I leave for Cambridge Mass on February 15th. I shall be glad to write my name in it for you. And here enclosed is an item of mine you may care to have. Any help I can give you in collecting please let me know. Sincerely yours, Robert Frost.” The envelope, addressed to Murphy in Frost’s hand, is also present. In addition, a typed letter (not signed) from Frost to Murphy from 1960 is included, in which an 86-year-old Frost apologizes to Murphy for not being able to see him during a recent visit to Bryn Mawr. He writes, “I have always wondered about you and your interest in my books. I believe I have here in Brewster Street some of your collection I have yet to put my hand to. I must tend to it when I get back from my next excursion. Would it be too much to ask you to sort of catalogue what you already have? I try to take care of my collectors sooner or later.”Though they never met, Frost and recipient James P.J. Murphy, an aspiring poet and avid collector, corresponded for nearly a quarter of a century. “Murphy was a shy man with a passion for literature and fine printing. He found both in Frost’s books. The poet autographed Murphy’s copies of his works—often after considerable delay—and sent him his special Christmas cards” (Burch, “Three Unpublished Letters of Robert Frost to James P.J. Murphy,” in ANQ, 13:2, 35-40). Unpublished letters between the two—such as the two present letters, one signed—show Frost giving the young poet sound advice on getting his poems published, and promising to get around to autographing copies of his works that Murphy had sent to him for that purpose. Fine condition.

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books]
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        Bucarest

      Edition originale sur papier courant.Précieux envoi autographe signé de Paul Morand à Henri Béraud : "... loin de Londres..."Petites déchirures recollées en tête et en pied du spine, quelques piqûres sur les plats.Provenance : de la bibliothèque rétaise d'Henri Béraud. Plon Paris 1935 12x19cm relié

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        A NOVEL (AS YET UNTITLED)

      New York: Viking, 1935. Cream wrappers, printed in black. Wrappers somewhat handsoiled and smudged, with some creasing at extreme corners of wrappers and endleaves, a good copy. One of 500 advance promotional copies of PATHS OF GLORY, Cobb's first and only published novel, issued as part of a contest offering $50 for the best suggested title "whether it is used or not." Cobb served in France as an enlistee in the Canadian Army, and his novel about the execution of three French soldiers for "cowardice" in order to cover up the mistakes of their commanding general is one of the most widely known anti- war novels of the pre-WWII years. The 1957 film adaptation by Stanley Kubrick did much to remind the post-war public of its virtues,

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        The History of Herodotus of Halicarnassus. The translation of G. Rawlinson revised & annotated by A.W. Lawrence.

      London: Nonesuch Press, 1935. 9 wood engravings by V. Le Campion and 9 tipped in maps by T. Poulton. No. 522 of 675 copies. Printed in Monotype Nonesuch Plantin, Perpetua and Felicity on wove paper. Fat 4to., original blue quarter vellum decorated in gilt with wavy lines, spine lettered in gilt, blue-green cloth sides. Some darkening to upper cover, fore-edge and endpapers spotted, otherwise a good copy. The Nonesuch Press accorded Herodotus, 'the father of History' one of its most glorious productions. The dyed blue vellum binding is extremely handsome and the book's solid presence accentuates the weight of the words within. A noted British classicist, A.W. Lawrence was better known for being the younger brother of T.E. Lawrence.

      [Bookseller: SOPHIE SCHNEIDEMAN RARE BOOKS]
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        Superb vintage portrait photo signed (Charlotte Am

      1935 - "Marie Jos

      [Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB PADA]
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        Zengwenzhenggong Complete Works (Set of 23)(Chinese Edition) CENG WEN ZHENG GONG QUAN JI ( TAO ZHUANG GONG 23 CE )

      paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback Pages Number: 6 754 Language: Chinese. In 1935 Marking the 60th anniversary of a book to commemorate the Zengwenzhenggong Complete Works. Ye Yulin Tongcheng Great Masters. published Zhu too busy. who collected. compiled a wide range of literature. finally sorted out the 30 is huge. Zeng home the Kuramoto Zengwenzhenggong The Complete Works of. Tseng Kuo-fan known as meritorious. Lide. Liyan Three Eternities. the concentrated expression is this Zengwenzhenggong Complete Works (set 23... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        Bucarest

      1935. Plon, Paris 1935, 12x19cm, relié. - Plon, Paris 1935, 12x19cm, relié. - Edition originale sur papier courant. Précieux envoi autographe signé de Paul Morand à Henri Béraud : "... loin de Londres..." Petites déchirures recollées en tête et en pied du dos, quelques piqûres sur les plats. Provenance : de la bibliothèque rétaise d'Henri Béraud. [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale sur papier courant. Reliure à la bradel en plein papier, dos lisse, pièce de titre de maroquin marron, couvertures et dos insolé conservés, élégante reliure signée de T. Boichot. Précieux envoi autographe signé de Paul Morand à Henri Béraud : "... loin de Londres..." Quelques piqûres sur les plats, la première garde est collée à la page de faux-titre. Provenance : de la bibliothèque rétaise d'Henri Béraud.

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        Eclipse

      Lovat Dickson & Thompson Limited, London 1935 - Tears to dust jacket, dust jacket wrapped in mylar, store label on inner front board "Foyles", VERY SCARCE [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Halper's Books]
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        The House in Paris - in the rare first issue dust wrapper

      Gollancz, 1935 A first edition, first printing published by Gollancz in 1935. A near fine book with a little spotting to the bottom of the page edge. No inscriptions. In a very good wrapper with some light chipping to the head of the spine and to the corners. With a professional repair to the foot of the spine. Rare[removed][removed]

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        A Collection of Twenty Eight Columbiad Club Imprints, including Three Bibliographies

      Columbiad Club. PAPERBACK. 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. . Fine. 1935. First Edition.

      [Bookseller: Auger Down Books]
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        Innocence and Design.

      London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd. 1935 - Octavo. Original green cloth, elaborate textured decoration to boards in blind, titles to spine gilt. With the pictorial dust ajcket. A lovely copy in the typically sunned and little rubbed dust jacket with a single small internal repair. Illustrated throughout by Sykes. First edition, sole impression. A spectacular pseudonymous, presentation copy, inscribed and with an original presentation ink drawing, by Sykes, "To my great new friend Rex Whistler, Richard Waughburton 5th July 1935". Beneath this inscription is an drawing in which two figures stting hunched over a writing table, quills in hands, one pointing up to the associated inscription. Innocence and Design was a notorious roman a clef jointly written by Sykes and Byron. It was Byron's only full-length work of fiction. A presentation to such a luminary as the great Rex Whistler, especially given the nature and subject of this novel, is compelling indeed. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        [Two Typed Letters, Signed, an Autograph Letter, Signed, and Associated Manuscript and Printed Items]

      Ausable Forks, NY, 1935. Three pages, on. three quarto sheets of Kent's letterhead, signed variously, "R.K.", "Rockwell" and" Rockwell Kent." Folded for mailing, generally very good, with envelopes. Kent writes to Hazel Kapstein (later Harwell), assistant to publisher Thorne Donnelley of Reuben R. Donnelly Corp. and the Lakeside Press, publisher in 1930 of Kent's illustrated edition of MOBY DICK). asking her to return a book Kent left when he last visited Donnelley's house; anticipating her wedding which was apparently to be held at the Kents' home; writing concerning a mutual friend in the hospital; explaining "Some days ago a box of books arrived from the Lakeside Press. I inscribed them all ... but, unfortunately, didn't think of little pictures for your and Thorne's copies. If I had them here now I'd repair the oversight ... I had completely forgotten about the bookplate ... I'll try to do it very soon ..."; asking after some business details and requesting names and addresses for a mailing, and sending thanks for "... getting so exhilarated that you could make our dinner last as long as possible without missing the train, for being even more charming than efficient, for promising to be married from our house, and for having done every grand and little service that came within your long reach to make our visit to Chicago care free...." Together with a typed letter signed, one page, on her husband's printed "tree" woodcut letterhead, from Frances Kent, also to Hazel Kapstein, reiterating her husband's request for assistance in having his book returned and sending personal greetings, and a typed, one-page post-script signed "Dickie" from Kent's son. Also included in the lot are the following ephemeral items: [a] Kent's printed mailing label featuring his "tree" woodcut design and printed return address, with Hazel Kapstein's address typed in the mailing panel; bearing the ink stamp of receipt, as above; mounted to another sheet (presumably the remains of the mailing envelope; neatly trimmed); [b] a large blue printed mailing label featuring a landscape by Kent and incorporating his return address and the heading "Rockwellkentiana", with Hazel Harwell's information typed in the address field and a postmark; on a portion of a large blue envelope covered in stamps and postmarks and a printed label (featuring an angel winking) which reads: "Postmaster: This package may be opened for inspection"; [c] a printed booklabel, mailing label or announcement card, bearing the printed return address of R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co., The Lakeside Press, bordered by what appears to be a silver and black image by Kent of a warrior leaning on a staff or masthead beneath a starlit sky; [d] one of Kent's bookplates, designed for Frank H. Whitmore, featuring a three-masted ship on the open sea, enclosed in a circle, with Kent's initials in the lower left-hand side of the image; and [e] an unused copy of a return reservation postcard addressed to Mr. Kittredge at The Lakeside Press, for a publicity event, indicating a reply to "your invitation to dinner and to meet Mr. Rockwell Kent on Friday evening, December fifth. Please reserve a place for me." With the signature and date lines left blank.

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        Twenty Poems by Rupert Brooke.

      London: Sidgwick & Jackson, Ltd, 1935. Frist edition, second printing in the same month as the first. Profile portrait of Brooke on the wrappers which are bound in. 12mo, bound by William Matthews, with his stamp on the lower turn-in, full green morocco with an art deco style monogram of the artist with gilt line going over the two sides and the spine, spine with raised bands with gilt ruling in the compartments. Spine and top edge faded to brown with a little rubbing to the spine but a great example of a 1930s Matthews binding. William Matthews was one of the most important early twentieth century British binders who was known for his exquisite binding work and his huge influence as a teacher of binding. He won a scholarship to the Central School of Arts & Crafts at the age of 13 and in 1914 was apprenticed to W.T. Morrell as a finisher. The war interrupted his studies but he returned in 1919 to finish his apprenticeship and begin his long teaching career at the Central.

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        Dojmy z SSSR [Impressions of the USSR]

      Exod [1935], Brno - 136pp. Sextodecimo in wraps. Short tear to spine at top, 1/2" tear to front hinge at foot creasing to rear wrap and to front wrap corners; interior is clean and tight. Illustrated with 9 drawings by the author. Curiously, while this copy has one of the woodcuts from the original edition as its cover illustration, the nine illustrations within are pen-and-ink drawings, not woodcuts. The text appears to have been printed from the same type as the third edition, although it does not follow the same pagination. An illustrated account of the author's travels to Leningrad, St. Petersburg, Moskow, Kharkiv, Kiev, and Kiev. Bocho áková-Dittrichová also devotes a chapter each to a collective farm and the Dnieper Hydroelectric Station.Helena Bocho áková-Dittrichová (1894-1980) was the first female wordless novelist, and the only woman to work in this medium during its heyday. She was born in the Moravian region of what is now the Czech Republic and spent most of her life in Brno, the Moravian capital. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague and in 1923 received a government scholarship to study printmaking in Paris. Bocho áková-Dittrichová's unpublished wordless novel Malí ka Na Cestách [The Artist on Her Journey] recounts this period in her life. In Paris, she first encountered the wordless novels of Flemish artist Franz Masereel, the originator of the form, and was inspired to create her own. Over the course of her long career, Bocho áková-Dittrichová published several wordless novels, along with travelogues and historical works. She also worked as a printmaker and illustrator, and was highly regarded in her native land, though largely unknown elsewhere. This changed in 2014, when the National Museum of Women in the Arts held an exhibition of her work entitled "The First Woman Graphic Novelist: Helena Bocho áková-Dittrichová," and this important artist finally began to gain global recognition. Her work, however, is still not widely available. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Rhopalocera Nihonica: A Description of the Butterflies of Japan

      Tokyo: Published by the author, [1935]. 35, xiii, [66], 15, 10 col plates. Hardback. Orig. half morocco (rubbed and scuffed with some wear to corners and head of spine; top of rear joint torn), marbled boards. Contents firm and clean. Small ink spot to one plate (not affecting figures). Text Japanese and English. Originally published in 3 parts 1886-89. This is a facsimile reprint of 1935. Includes facsimiles of original wrappers and prospectus.

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        Of Time and the River.

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1935. A legend of man's hunger in his youth. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to front cover and spine gilt on a green ground. With the dust jacket. Spine rolled, light fading to spine, an excellent copy in the jacket with chipping to spine and flap fold ends, small closed tears to head and foot of front panel, some creasing to edges. First edition, fifth printing of Wolfe's second novel. Presentation copy inscribed on the front free endpaper by the author, "For Sophus Keith Winther - with all good wishes - Thomas Wolfe, June 17, 1938". Winther was a Danish-American professor and novelist who has made occasional marginalia, noted to the rear pastedown.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Some Tips from Bobby Jones

      London A.G. Spalding ca1935 - 31pp Illustrated wrappers. Very scarce Jones title, a must for any Jones fan. Very good, near fine.

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        Le vin de solitude

      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

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Bull-Dog Drummond At Bay - SIGNED and INSCRIBED by the Author in the month of publication

      Hodder and Stoughton, 1935 A first edition, first printing published by Hodder and Stoughton in 1935. A very good book SIGNED to the front endpaper by the author (To Michael and Janet/from/H.C. McNeice/'Sapper'/Feb. '35). Spine lightly faded. In aa very good dust wrapper with some restoration to the spine and edges. Exceptionally rare signed, more so in the month of publication.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        contenant tous les Termes du Droit Canonique avec un Sommaire de l`Histoire et des Institutions et de l`état actuel de la discipline publié sous la direction de R. Naz avec le Concours d`un grand nombre de Collaboratuers.

      Paris, Ané, 1935-1965. 7 Bde. 4to. Ältere, einfache Leinenbände. Kollation: (I: Abamita-Azzon-1935) 1.600 Sp.; (II: Baccalauréat-Cathedraticum-1937) 1.448 Sp.; (III: Cause-Condis-1942) 1.528 Sp.; (IV: Condition-Droits Acquis-1949) 1.528 Sp.; (V: Duacensis (collectio)-Intéret et Usure-1953) 1.528 Sp.; (VI: Interférences-Pittoni-1957) 1.522 Sp.; (VII: Placentin-Zype, van den-1965) 1.688 Sp. Im Jahre 1927 wurde die erste Lieferung dieses großartigen Lexikon für die Kanonistik ausgeliefert, der Herausgeber zu dieser Zeit war A. Amanieu, Professor für kanonisches Recht an der Universität Lille. In der Verlagsanzeige von 1927 wurden drei Hauptkriterien vorgestellt: 1. Die gesamte kanonistische Terminologie soll erfasst, erläutert und deren historische Entwicklung behandelt werden, dies gilt für allgemein juristische Begriffe innerhalb der Kanonistik wie typisch kanonistische. 2. Weiterhin werden die Institutionen und auch die Mittel der Kirche erfasst, untersucht und vorgestellt, die die Kirche zur Schaffung, Verbreitung und auch Veränderung ihrer Kanonistik benutzt. Dies wird auch im historischen Kontext unternommen. 3. Die Träger der Kanonistik, vor allem die mit der Kanonistk beschäftgten Juristen werden biographisch vorgestellt und mit entspre4chenden apparatus criticus erfasst. Der erste Band beispielsweise beginnt gleich mit dem berühmten Abbas antiquus, einem Kanonisten des 13. Jahrhunderts, der oft mit Abbas Panormitanus, einem Kanonisten des 14. Jahrhundts verwechselt wird. Erfasst werden nicht nur Kanonisten, sondn auch alle Legisten, die mit dem kanonischen Recht in Berührung gekommen sind, etwa Andreas Alciat (1492-1550), dem berühmten Gründer der humanistischen Jurisprudenz, der vereinzelt, eher selten auch kleinere Kommentare zum Corpus iuris canonici verfasst hat. Auch aus dem protestantischen Raum sind Juristen aufgenommen und vorgestellt, die letzte Spalte des siebenten (letzten) Bandes zeigt den internationalen Zuschnitt des Lexikons, das in der Kanonistk (wie in der Legistik) durch die europäische Rezeption fast selbstverständlich ist: Thomas Zerola, italienischer Jurist (1548-1603), Gaspard Ziegler, deutscher Jurist aus Wittenberg (1621-1690), Henricus Zoesius, holländischer Jurist aus Löwen (gest. 1627) und Franciscus van den Zypaeus, französischer Jurist (1580-1650). Versand D: 2,00 EUR

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        Blandings Castle

      312 pages with deckle fore edge. Small octavo (7 3/4" x 5 1/2") bound in original publisher's green cloth with dark green lettering to spine and pictorial emblem to front cover corner in pictorial jacket. ((Jasen: 53a; McIlvaine: pages 68-69) First American edition.Blandings Castle and Elsewhere is a collection of short stories by P. G. Wodehouse. It was first published in the United Kingdom on 12 April 1935 by Herbert Jenkins, London, and, as Blandings Castle, in the United States on 20 September 1935 by Doubleday Doran, New York. All the stories had previously appeared in Strand Magazine (UK) and all except the last in various US magazines. The first six stories all take place at the book's namesake Blandings Castle; they are set some time between the events of Leave it to Psmith (1923) and those of Summer Lightning (1929). The seventh concerns Bobbie Wickham, an acquaintance and sometime fiancee of Bertie Wooster, and the last five are narrated by Mr Mulliner. The master of Blandings is, nominally at least, Lord Emsworth. Clarence, the ninth Earl, is an amiably absent-minded old chap, who is charming because of his slow, relaxed lifestyle and the simple obsessions that make him oblivious to the absurd melodrama of his family, namely his home, gardens, pumpkins, and his champion pig, Empress of Blandings. He is never happier than when pottering about the grounds on a fine sunny day. Lord Emsworth's ten sisters (all of whom look like the "daughter of a hundred earls", except for Hermione, who looks like a cook), his brother Galahad ("Gally"), his daughter Mildred, his sons Freddie and George, and his numerous nieces, nephews, and in-laws inhabit the castle from time to time. For the Threepwood family, and their friends, the castle is forever available for indefinite residence, and is occasionally used as a temporary prison—known as "Devil's Island" or "The Bastille"—for love-struck young men and ladies to calm down. Blandings Castle, lying in the picturesque Vale of Blandings, Shropshire, England, is two miles from the town of Market Blandings, home to at least nine pubs, most notably the Emsworth Arms. The castle is a noble pile, of Early Tudor building ("its history is recorded in England's history books and Viollet-le-Duc has written of its architecture", according to Something Fresh). One of England's largest stately homes, it dominates the surrounding country, standing on a knoll of rising ground at the southern end of the celebrated Vale of Blandings; the Severn gleams in the distance. From its noble battlements, the Wrekin can be seen. The house has numerous guest rooms, many of which haven't been used since Queen Elizabeth roamed the country. Of those still in use, the Garden Room is the finest, usually given to the most prestigious guest; it has a balcony outside its French windows, which can be easily accessed via a handy drainpipe. The main library has a smaller library leading off it, and windows overlooking some flowerbeds; it is here that Lord Emsworth is often to be found on wet days, his nose deep in an improving tome of country lore, his favorite being Whiffle on The Care of the Pig.Condition:Small split at spine head, corners lightly rubbed. Jacket spine ends lightly chipped, some closed edge tears, closed tear at front head hinge with a crease, price clipped else a better than very good copy in a very good jacket.

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        Original Reichsadler aus Sandstein, um 1935 aus Berlin

      Original Reichsadler aus Sandstein Wohl um 1935. Stammt aus einem Keller der unter einem anderen Keller in Berlin wohl als Bunker gedient hat! Guter Zustand, durch Feuchtigkeit etwas schimmling! Maße ca: 58 x 33 cm. HK wurde von uns mit Klebeband abgedeckt. Verkauf erfolgt wie abgebildet und beschrieben!

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        The Lords of Creation

      New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1935. First edition (stated) with I-K below statement. Hardcover. VG A solid clean copy, previous owner's name inked on inside of front cover, no other marks, top and bottom of spine solid with no wear or tears. No surprises. Red cloth with embossed seal in lower right ront cover, embossed title upon spine. xii, 483 pp., (3) Illustrated by 16 b&w photographs on 8 plates. The previous owner of this book was Harry L. Wells, of Evanston, IL. Wells was an Alumnus of Northwestern University and served it in varying capacities, including being appointed Business Manager in 1934. He has signed the book with the address of 1936 Sheridan Road. A pleasant surprise to find this as such a sturdy, clean and desirable example of this scarce title. Quite suitable for gift giving though the spine lettering is somewhat faded. Preface, 14 chapters, appendix and index. A scarce and classic financial history of US (1890-1929) written at the height of the Great Depression. Allen was an historian educated at Groton and Harvard, as well as Associate Editor of Harpers. As stated elsewhere: Frederick Lewis Allen's insightful financial history of the United States-from the late 1800s through the stock market collapse of 1929-remains a seminal work on what brought on America's worst economic disaster: the Great Depression. In the decades following the Civil War, America entered an era of unprecedented corporate expansion, with ultimate financial power in the hands of a few wealthy industrialists who exploited the capitalist system for everything it was worth. The Rockefellers, Fords, Morgans, and Vanderbilts were the "lords of creation" who, along with like-minded magnates, controlled the economic destiny of the country, unrestrained by regulations or moral imperatives. Through a combination of foresight, ingenuity, ruthlessness, and greed, America's giants of industry remolded the US economy in their own preferred image. In so doing, they established their absolute power and authority, ensuring that they-and they alone-would control the means of production, transportation, energy, and commerce-thereby setting the stage for the most devastating global financial collapse in history. As Gretchen Morgenson thoughtfully states in her introduction, "It is not immediately clear why the frequency and severity of financial scandals is increasing in the United States. What is clear is that we need to understand the origins of these disasters, as well as the policies and people that bring them on. . . . While distant actions may seem unrelated to current events, rereading about the past almost always provides surprising insights into the present." The Lords of Creation, first published in the midst of the Great Depression, when the financial catastrophe was still painfully fresh, is a fascinating story of bankers, railroad tycoons, steel magnates, speculators, scoundrels, and robber barons. It is a tale of innovation and shocking exploitation-and a sobering reminder that history can indeed repeat itself.

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        The Case of the Caretaker's Cat

      William Morrow, New York 1935 - First Edition, First Printing. This ORIGINAL dustjacket is rich in color with minor wear to the spine and edges. The book is bound in the publisher's black cloth and is in great shape. The binding is tight with minor wear to the boards. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A lovely copy in collector's condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Lords of Creation

      New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1935. Red cloth with embossed seal in lower right ront cover, embossed title upon spine. xii, 483 pp., (3) Illustrated by 16 b&w photographs on 8 plates. The previous owner of this book was Harry L. Wells, of Evanston, IL. Wells was an Alumnus of Northwestern University and served it in varying capacities, including being appointed Business Manager in 1934. He has signed the book with the address of 1936 Sheridan Road. A pleasant surprise to find this as such a sturdy, clean and desirable example of this scarce title. Quite suitable for gift giving though the spine lettering is somewhat faded. Preface, 14 chapters, appendix and index. A scarce and classic financial history of US (1890-1929) written at the height of the Great Depression. Allen was an historian educated at Groton and Harvard, as well as Associate Editor of Harpers. As stated elsewhere: Frederick Lewis Allen's insightful financial history of the United States--from the late 1800s through the stock market collapse of 1929--remains a seminal work on what brought on America's worst economic disaster: the Great Depression. In the decades following the Civil War, America entered an era of unprecedented corporate expansion, with ultimate financial power in the hands of a few wealthy industrialists who exploited the capitalist system for everything it was worth. The Rockefellers, Fords, Morgans, and Vanderbilts were the "lords of creation" who, along with like-minded magnates, controlled the economic destiny of the country, unrestrained by regulations or moral imperatives. Through a combination of foresight, ingenuity, ruthlessness, and greed, America's giants of industry remolded the US economy in their own preferred image. In so doing, they established their absolute power and authority, ensuring that they--and they alone--would control the means of production, transportation, energy, and commerce--thereby setting the stage for the most devastating global financial collapse in history. As Gretchen Morgenson thoughtfully states in her introduction, "It is not immediately clear why the frequency and severity of financial scandals is increasing in the United States. What is clear is that we need to understand the origins of these disasters, as well as the policies and people that bring them on. . . . While distant actions may seem unrelated to current events, rereading about the past almost always provides surprising insights into the present." The Lords of Creation, first published in the midst of the Great Depression, when the financial catastrophe was still painfully fresh, is a fascinating story of bankers, railroad tycoons, steel magnates, speculators, scoundrels, and robber barons. It is a tale of innovation and shocking exploitation--and a sobering reminder that history can indeed repeat itself. VG A solid clean copy, previous owner's name inked on inside of front cover, no other marks, top and bottom of spine solid with no wear or tears. No surprises.

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        Map of Mexico City and Valley.

      Mexico. Frances Toor Studios. 1935. Color pictographic / pictorial street map, 19 3/4 x 25 inches on sheet size 20 1/2 x 26 inches, professionally mounted on linen. Light wear to folds, tears to mid right map now visible only on close examination. Brightly colored pictorial map designed by the Guatemalan artist Carlos Merida (1891-1984) showing a street plan of central Mexico City with pictographs of many buildings and a numbered "Business Directory" of 21 places in the cartouche, referencing numbers on the map. A note under the map states that "the motifs of the border consist of Aztec and colonial symbols of the names of suburban places." At the lower centre of the map is an inset map of the valley surrounding Mexico City. A wonderful example of the "translation" of the twentieth century decorative map that MacDonald Gill pioneered, here with a Hispanic sensibility.

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        An Early Martyr and Other Poems

      New York: The Alcestis Press 1935 - First edition, limited issue of 165 copies. Signed by Williams on the limitation page. Additionally inscribed by Williams on the front free endpaper: "Never give up / keep at it! / William Carlos Williams". Publisher's cream paper wrappers, lettered in black; in the original glassine dust jacket. Near fine, with some light toning and wear to the spine ends, a few faint scuffs to the endpapers, else bright and fresh; glassine with loss to most of the spine, with some chips to the panel edges, light toning to the extremities. An Early Martyr is a collection of thirty poems that includes "The Yachts," "Proletarian Portrait," "To a Poor Old Woman," "Flowers By the Sea," "To a Mexican Pig-Bank," "Solstice," "An Elegy for D.H. Lawrence," "The Catholic Bells," "The Dead Baby," "The Immemorial Wind," "To Be Hungry is to Be Great," and "You Have Pissed Your Life," among others. Although this volume was not published with a social or political agenda, many of the poems in this collection are socio-politically focused and reflect Williams opinions on American democracy and society in his earlier years as a poet. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Blandings Castle

      Doubleday & Co, Garden City 1935 - 312 pages with deckle fore edge. Small octavo (7 3/4" x 5 1/2") bound in original publisher's green cloth with dark green lettering to spine and pictorial emblem to front cover corner in pictorial jacket. ((Jasen: 53a; McIlvaine: pages 68-69) First American edition. Blandings Castle and Elsewhere is a collection of short stories by P. G. Wodehouse. It was first published in the United Kingdom on 12 April 1935 by Herbert Jenkins, London, and, as Blandings Castle, in the United States on 20 September 1935 by Doubleday Doran, New York. All the stories had previously appeared in Strand Magazine (UK) and all except the last in various US magazines. The first six stories all take place at the book's namesake Blandings Castle; they are set some time between the events of Leave it to Psmith (1923) and those of Summer Lightning (1929). The seventh concerns Bobbie Wickham, an acquaintance and sometime fiancee of Bertie Wooster, and the last five are narrated by Mr Mulliner. The master of Blandings is, nominally at least, Lord Emsworth. Clarence, the ninth Earl, is an amiably absent-minded old chap, who is charming because of his slow, relaxed lifestyle and the simple obsessions that make him oblivious to the absurd melodrama of his family, namely his home, gardens, pumpkins, and his champion pig, Empress of Blandings. He is never happier than when pottering about the grounds on a fine sunny day. Lord Emsworth's ten sisters (all of whom look like the "daughter of a hundred earls", except for Hermione, who looks like a cook), his brother Galahad ("Gally"), his daughter Mildred, his sons Freddie and George, and his numerous nieces, nephews, and in-laws inhabit the castle from time to time. For the Threepwood family, and their friends, the castle is forever available for indefinite residence, and is occasionally used as a temporary prison—known as "Devil's Island" or "The Bastille"—for love-struck young men and ladies to calm down. Blandings Castle, lying in the picturesque Vale of Blandings, Shropshire, England, is two miles from the town of Market Blandings, home to at least nine pubs, most notably the Emsworth Arms. The castle is a noble pile, of Early Tudor building ("its history is recorded in England's history books and Viollet-le-Duc has written of its architecture", according to Something Fresh). One of England's largest stately homes, it dominates the surrounding country, standing on a knoll of rising ground at the southern end of the celebrated Vale of Blandings; the Severn gleams in the distance. From its noble battlements, the Wrekin can be seen. The house has numerous guest rooms, many of which haven't been used since Queen Elizabeth roamed the country. Of those still in use, the Garden Room is the finest, usually given to the most prestigious guest; it has a balcony outside its French windows, which can be easily accessed via a handy drainpipe. The main library has a smaller library leading off it, and windows overlooking some flowerbeds; it is here that Lord Emsworth is often to be found on wet days, his nose deep in an improving tome of country lore, his favorite being Whiffle on The Care of the Pig. Condition: Small split at spine head, corners lightly rubbed. Jacket spine ends lightly chipped, some closed edge tears, closed tear at front head hinge with a crease, price clipped else a better than very good copy in a very good jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MAD LOVE (1935)

      MGM 1935 - Vintage original 8 x 10" (20 x 25 cm.) single weight glossy silver gelatin print still photo, USA. Peter Lorre, Frances Drake, Colin Clive, Ted Healy, Sara Haden, Keye Luke, Cora Sue Collins, dir: Karl Freund; MGM. This is likely the most bizarre film MGM made during the 1930s. Horror films were the rage and thus the great studio wanted an entry into the genre. Peter Lorre played one of his strangest roles, and in this still as Doctor Gogol he is at his creepiest frightening Frances Drake (as Yvonne Orlac) into submission. Lorre is an insane surgeon with an obsession with an actress (Frances Drake as Yvonne Orlac) who does an act in which she is burned at the stake. When her husband (Colin Clive as Stephen Orlac), a pianist, loses use of his hands in a train accident, the mad doctor transplants a pair of hands from a murderous knife thrower onto him. Strange murders are pinned on Orlac as Dr. Gogol makes a play for Yvonne. Great expressionist cinema art from director Freund (best known for his superb cinematography with its routes in German expressionism), and camera work by Gregg Toland. The film was mercilessly censored and cut because of the post-Code taboos that it attempted to break. Some countries would not even show it. The truncated version we have today is still effective, however. Ink stamp on verso for a showing at the New York City Roxy Theatre. Very minor handling. FI

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        HISTORY OF HERODOTUS OF HALICARNASSUS. The Translation of G. Rawlinson Revised and Annotated by A. W. Lawrence.To which is added a Life of Herodotus and the Behistun Inscription

      Bloomsbury The Nonesuch Press 1935 - LIMITED EDITION and FIRST NONESUCH PRESS PRINTING one of only 675 numbered copies. This copy with the RARE PUBLISHER'S PROSPECTUS included. Illustrated with 9 large wood-engravings by V. Le Campion, one colour plate, and 9 double-page maps by T. Poulton. Printed in Nonesuch Plantin with Perpetua and Felicity italic types. Folio, publisher’s original half blue vellum over blue cloth, the spine lettered and elaborately decorated in gilt designs which follow to the turnovers , t.e.g. xxvi, 778 pp. A fine copy, clean and fresh and solid, the binding in beautiful condition with just a hint of the mellowing normally affecting the blue vellum used in binding this title, and without any of the bowing typical to the book. Internally very fresh and clean, a few spots to the end-papers only, the rare prospectus handsome and quite well preserved, with just a little foxing to the cover leaf. LIMITED EDITION, AND ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MODERN PRINTINGS of the Greek historian. This is very pleasing copy: the gilt is brilliant, the boards are not bowed as is usual, and the volume is clean throughout. In all likelihood this particular copy has never been read. Herodotus, the Greek historian was often called the "father of history" due to his systematic collection of sources and his attempt at intellectual rigor. His merits were ".the diligence with which he collected his materials, the candour and impartiality with which he has placed his facts before the reader, the absence of party bias and undue national vanity, and the breadth of his conception of the historian’s office." His work represents the first significant Greek writing and covers the struggle between Asia and Europe, ending in the Persian invasion of Greece (490 to 479 BC). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Coeurs Volants Cahiers d’Art Volume 11, Nos. 1-2 1935

      Paris: Éditions Cahiers d'Art, 1935 - Gr.4° - 68pp - Color & B/w reproductions. Surrealist Exhibition: Objects Mathematique, Naturels, Sauvages, Trouves, Irrationnels, Ready Made, Interpretés, Incorporés, Mobiles. by Arp, Bellmer, André & Jacqueline Breton, Brignoni, Calder, Dominquez, Ernst, Fini, Giacometti, Hayter, Henry, Hugnet, Marcel Jean, Man Ray, Magnelli, <meret Oppenheim Penrose, Taalen, Tanguy.The text is Gabrielle Buffet-Picabia&#146;s essay Coeurs Volants (fluttering hearts), a study of Duchamp&#146;s optical works. Original boards (M. Duchamp "Coeurs volants"). In Fine condition [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        THE CLEW OF THE FORGOTTEN MURDER

      New York: William Morrow, 1935. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Dust Jacket. Octavo. A near fine copy bound in black cloth with red lettering, top edge stained red. Owner bookplate front paste-down. 282 pp.

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