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        THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE

      New York: Alfred A . Knopf, 1935. First American Edition. Hard Cover with Dust Jacket. Octavo. 366pp., bound in black cloth, title to upper board in blind, spine lettering gilt, some foxing or toning to endpapers, a very good copy in dust jacket with pieces missing from spine ends, upper edge and corners, lacking front flap. Made into a movie starring Humphrey Bogart.

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc.]
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        THE GREAT HOTEL MURDER

      Doubleday Doran, The Crime Club 1935 - Minor insect damage to boards; erasure to front FEP of large "Fair" heavily written in pencil but is still clearly visible; otherwise a bright, clean, square copy. DJ has wear to edges with small tears and creases; slighty heavier wear to spine ends with numerous creases, flaking, and minor loss; wear to front spine fold ~1 1/8" split at the bottom. Decent copy of a very scarce title in jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gene Zombolas]
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        Green Hills of Africa (Inscribed Association Copy)

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1935. Second printing. Near Fine/Good. A phenomenal association copy. This book with "P.O. Box 406 Key West Florida" written on the front paste down in the author's hand. Then, in a different pen, he has inscribed it: "To Spanish Mac with much love from her old Busted Doll Ernest Hemingway. Christmas 1935." Spanish Mac (or Mackerel) was a nickname for Elsie MacDonald, a nurse who met and attended to Hemingway when he was injured in Italy during the first World War at just 19 years old. Her nickname for Hemingway was "Busted Doll" after he came into her care with bullet wounds in his right leg. His experiences in Italy, particularly his convalescence and infatuation with one of the other nurses, Agnes von Kurowsky, became the basis for "A Farewell to Arms." In that book, Agnes is portrayed as Catherine Barclay, and Elsie MacDonald is represented by the matronly Helen Ferguson, or "Fergie" as she is sometimes called. Our belief is that this copy was in Hemingway's library (hence his address on the paste-down), before being sent to his old friend as a Christmas present in 1935. Also included with the book is a signed letter of provenance from Elsie MacDonald's grandniece, tracing the provenance of the book and describing Elsie's relationship with Hemingway. There is a large portrait of Elsie with several other nurses from her time in Italy, a second smaller portrait of her out of uniform, a snapshot of her smoking on a ship (apparently from 1914), her transatlantic passage papers, an official Italian document about her work as a nurse for the Red Cross, and other newspaper clippings and small photos. In all, a lovely archive from someone who was instrumental in Hemingway's time in Italy and plays a fairly active role in his novel, "A Farewell to Arms." The book is in Near Fine condition. One of Elsie's pictures was taped to the inscribed leaf and has left tape ghosts there. Whether it was placed there by Hemingway when he sent the book to her, we cannot say, but the inscription leaves room for it. The green cloth spine is unfaded, which is unusual. The book is dated 1935 on the title page and has the Scribner's seal on the copyright page, but no "A," so a second printing. The dust jacket is Good only, with several large creases and tears, rubbing etc, although largely intact. Near Fine in Good dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books]
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        Blandings Castle and Elsewhere.

      London: Herbert Jenkins Limited,, 1935. Octavo. Original blue cloth, front side and spine lettered in black, publisher's devices to spine and rear side in black. With the dust jacket. 8 pages of reviews of work by Wodehouse at end. Slight rubbing and fading at head and foot of spine, fugitive dye and ghosting from jacket to spine; an exceptional copy in the jacket with some minor chipping and crumpling to extremities and a little finger-soiling. First edition, first impression. This is the first collected edition of these six short stories, which were originally published in British or American magazines. Scarce with the jacket in such nice condition.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Full House (With The Wonderful Lane Foster Wrapper)

      The First UK printing published by Collins in 1935.The BOOK is in VERY GOOD++ or better condition.The usual ghosting to the spine with light fading of the cover edges.Toning and light spotting to the text block.The spotting has encroached on to the page edges in a few places.Previous owner's name and date to the front blank end paper.Mild pushing to the spine tips.The fragile paper WRAPPER is complete and is in near FINE condition.A little loss at the spine ends with some small closed tears.A hint of toning with a superficial vertical crease to the spine.The Lane Foster wrapper artwork looks very striking in the removable Brodart archival cover.M.J.Farrell was the pseudonym of the anglo-irish writer Molly Keane who was subsequently shortlisted for the Booker Prize.A very scarce title in the original wrapper and at the time of listing the only available copy on the market. Ashtonrarebooks welcomes direct contact.

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        The Room Opposite And Other Tales Of Mystery And Imagination

      Longmans, Green and Co. London (1935) - First Edition. Bleiler listed collection of fantasy stories. M. R. James states "which introduce the supernatural commend themselves to me very strongly." Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket, some modest darkening to panels, several centimeter chip at top rear panel, nicks at spine ends. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Babylon Revisited Rare Books]
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        The Story of Huey P. Long - The Inside Story of Huey Long

      J. B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia 1935 - J. B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia. 1935. 414 pages. 8vo. The scarce desired classic housed in the original, super-rare DJ. 1st edition, 1st printing. $2.50 price intact on DJ flap. Book is tight, crisp and clean; seemingly unread. Pages lay tight. Darkened topstain seems nearly undisturbed. Red cloth is BRIGHT and clean with most minor soiling near edges. A few minor scuffs along foot of backstrip from shelf rub. An incredible copy that is well preserved. DJ in lesser condition as there are a few open chips and some soiling, but importantly, this is a rare DJ and it still carries its bright orange / red hue. A desirable copy of the uncommon classic. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There

      NY: The Limited Editions Club, 1935. LIMITED EDITION SIGNED BY ALICE HARGREAVES. 1 vol., illustrated by Tenniel, limited to 1500 numbered copies this being copy #37 signed by Alice Hargreaves. Bound in the publisher's gilt decorated blue morocco, all edges gilt, aside from a neat engraved bookplate to front pastedown this is a NEAR FINE copy, with the original red cloth slipcase, also NEAR FINE.

      [Bookseller: D&D Galleries - ABAA]
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        The Note-Book of William Blake; Called the Rossetti Manuscript.

      London: The Nonesuch Press, 1935.. LIMITED COPY WITH JACKET. Small Quarto, pp. xii, 163. Full notebook text printed, each section being indexed to the 120 page (unpaginated) b/w facsimile copy of the MS to rear. Illustrations indexed separately. Number 144 of 650 copies. In publisher's blue cloth with gilt titles to black label on spine. With rare original grey dust jacket with black titles to spine. Light chipping to jacket edges; near-fine.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        The Petrified Forest

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1935. First. First edition. Fine in a rubbed, very good dustwrapper with light nicking to the spinal extremities. Inscribed by the author: "for my dearest Jane and Wilfred with much love -- Bob, March 1935." The jacket pictures Leslie Howard in the lead role on Broadway. Also in the Broadway production was character actor Humphrey Bogart. Both reprised their roles for the classic film version, and were joined by Bette Davis. The film became Bogart's "breakthrough" role. A scarce title, and the only signed copy we've seen. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Die gegenwärtige Situation in der Quantenmechanik. SS. 807-812, 823-828 und 844-849. In: Die Naturwissenschaften. Jg. 23.

      Berlin Springer 1935 - (26,5 x 19,5 cm). XIX, 870, 12 S. Mit Abbildungen. Original-Halblederband. Erste Ausgabe seines berühmten Katzenparadoxons. - Schrödinger formuliert hier sein Unbehagen die diskontinuierliche Deutung der Quantenmechanik betreffend. - "Zur Verdeutlichung der mit dem Welle-Teilchen-Dualismus einhergehenden Paradoxien erfand S. 1935 im Exil in Oxford das Beispiel einer in einem verschlossenen Behälter befindlichen 'Schrödinger-Katze', die sowohl lebendig als auch tot ist (quantenmechanischer Überlagerungszustand) und die nur im Falle einer Beobachtung definitiv in einen dieser beiden möglichen Zustände übergeht" (NDB). - Stempel auf Titel. Einband gering bestoßen, sonst wohlerhalten. - DSB 12, 217; NDB 23, 578 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mediterranean Vacation Photograph Album with Tourist Snapshots of Walt and Lillian Disney Carrying a Mickey Mouse Doll

      Primarily Italy and aboard the S.S. Rex, 1935. Photograph Album. Very Good. The hardcover album is 6" x 9" and filled with over 100 uncaptioned 2.5" square photographs. Four colorful tourist labels for Florence, Naples, Capri, and Lake Como are affixed to the front cover. Photographs include shipboard swimming, tennis, dining, relaxing, etc. Other photographs are of Capri, Pompeii, Malta, the Amalfi Coast, and other Mediterranean tourist sites. Of special note are three rare snapshots of Walt and Lillian Disney onboard a passenger ship, S.S. Rex. In two of the photos, Walt and Lillian are carrying a large Mickey Mouse doll. In the third, Walt appears to be discussing business with two other men, one of whom is holding a Mickey doll; Lillian is barely visible along the right margin, also holding a Mickey Mouse doll. (A publicity photograph in the Disney collection shows Walt and Lillian in the same clothes and carrying the same Mickey doll while strolling on the deck of the Rex, a xerox copy will be included.) Walt and Lillian, along with Roy and his wife Edna, had taken an extended European vacation to relieve the strain caused by problems encountered in the development of Snow White. After six weeks, they boarded the Italian steamship, S.S. Rex, on 24 July for their return trip home. Apparently the compiler of this scrapbook was on the same voyage to New York and snapped these photos. The trip rejuvenated Walt and Roy, and both eagerly and energetically returned to the studio. In addition to providing the impetus needed to finish Snow White, the European trip had another lasting effect. Walt had purchased over 300 books while on the trip and later wrote in a memo, "Some of those little books which I brought back with me from Europe have very fascinating illustrations of little people, bees, and small insects who live in mushrooms, pumpkins, etc. This quaint atmosphere fascinates me." Apparently, it also resulted in such little characters becoming a staple in his films. (see Disney's Grand Tour by Didier Ghez).

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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. Versand D: 4,50 EUR Illustrierte Bücher, Buchwesen, Bibliophilie; Stefan George und sein Kreis

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        List Showing Names , Titles, and Modes of Address of the More Important Sovereigns, Ruling Princes, Chiefs, Nobles, Etc. Having Relations with the India Government. ALQABNAMAH. Corrected Up to the 5th October 1935. Confidential.

      Govt of India Press, New Delhi 1935 - iii.173pp. Colophon: GIPD-S2-163(C) F&PD-12-12-35-80. Original printed blue paper covered boards with cloth spine, stitched through punched holes (probably originally designed so that pages could be inserted or replaced from titme to time in the manner of some military and political manuals), the boards very worn and the cloth spine largely disintegrated, front board detached, the work is quite worn, having been very much a working copy. This copy is stamped on the front cover "COPY NO 61" (the entire print run was only 80) and is further marked in ink "Political Dept (Issue Branch) Political Supdt. Copy (1)". An old library stamp to the title page [FOREIGN AND POL. DEPT, LIBRARY - SIMLA]. The work is divided into four sections: 1. LIST OF INDEPENDENT STATES [Nepal, Siam, Tibet]; 2. LIST OF PROTECTORATE RULERS [Bhutan, Chitral, Hunza, Muscat & Oman, Qaiwain, Al-Hauta, Shihr, Qishn, Abu Dhabi, Al Qara];3. LIST OF RULING PRINCES AND CHIEFS IN INDIA WITH TITLES AND MODES OF ADDRESS [211 entries]; 4. MISCELLANEOUS [Indore, Loharu, Aga Khan, Arcot, Travancore, Mysore, Muhammesah, Zanzibar]. The information is given in tabular form under the headings: Names of State; Name and address [meaning the form in which he was addressed - Your Highness, etc|] of Ruler in Persian; Name and address of Ruler in English; Commencement and conclusion of letter in English and colour of Crest; Highest British Authority by whom hitherto addressed; No of Guns in salute(Permanent/Personal); Remarks. This copy has been much used and there are numerous highly illuminating manuscript additions, alterations, and amendments (honorary ranks, promotions, new titles, orders, changes in forms of address, etc) added to many entries in pencil and both black and red ink. There are also some typed notes (one, for instance, dealing with the viceroy's decision about the succession to a state whose ruler had died without adopting an heir) tipped in or attached. Three printed lists of amendments (13-15 of 1942/3/4) are loosely inserted. The niceties and subtleties of diplomatic convention are here formalised and recorded in a form which is seldom seen outside high official circles. Many Indian Rulers were particularly fastidious about titles and forms of address and often fiercely competitive (for example the endless wrangling by the Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala over the number of guns used for his salute and his rivalry with other senior Maharajas, such as Bikaner), which is reason enough for the confidential nature of this printing of such potentially contentious material. One can well appreciate the need to know who had previously written to a ruler as an address from the Agent to the Governor General would imply an enhanced status to one who had previousely only been addressed by a Resident. The detailed forms of greeting and conclusion reveal a myriad of conventions and delicate grades of friendhsip or familiarity. To Dungarpur the Viceroy remains "with much consideration Your Highness' sincere friend" whereas to Jaipur he desires "to express the high consideration which I entertain for Your Highness and to subscribe myself Your Highness' sincere friend". Some of the forms of address are wonderfully grand and all-embracing, none more so than this one required by the Regent of Tibet " The Exalted Presence of Lotus-footed Golden throne of the Great Retting Hutuktu, His Highness the Regent of Tibet, the Protector of all the living beings of the Snowy Country." The added remarks are mainly notes about the origin of titles but there are also some very indiviidual notes and warnings such as that for Indore which notes "The title 'Sir' is not to be employed in addressing His Highness (vide File No 976-H of 1923). No doubt that dusty file gives details of the dreadful faux pas of Indore. Colours of Kharita bags and fastenings are also given. A remarkable survival. There is a copy of the same date in ther India Office Library's successor at the British Library and th [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Epilogue.

      Deyá, Majorca, & London: the Seizin Press, & Constable & Co Ltd,, 1935-7. A Critical Summary. 3 volumes, octavo. Original buff (vol. 1), green (2) and red (3) paper boards, titles to spines in black, front boards with titles and wood-engraved vignette in black. 8 half-tone plates. Spines sunned, extremities lightly bumped in places, contents toned, vol. 1 rear board slightly marked and with small dent to spine, vol. 2 with surface-splitting to joints repaired with adhesive, loss to head of spine and boards sunned towards edges, vol. 3 with scattered pencilled annotations, a very good set. First editions, all published of Riding and Graves's journal of poetry and criticism, with contributions by various members of Riding's Deyá circle, the "arbitrary array of individuals", in large part retired English expatriates, whom she adopted and encouraged to write, and "who provided an eccentric and - given her particular gifts as a salon impresario - far more fertile milieu than she might of found had she remained in London" (Baker, In Extremis: The Life of Laura Riding, p. 318). Riding's influence on Graves was profound: soon after meeting "he had soon come to depend upon her not only as lover, companion, critic, and mentor ? but also as a unique source of ultimate wisdom" (ODNB). The couple decamped to Majorca in 1929, though by the time the Spanish Civil War forced them to leave for mainland Europe and eventually America, Riding had long been disenchanted with Graves and in 1939 left him to marry Schuyler Jackson; Epilogue was informally completed by Riding's The World and Ourselves (1938), to which Graves contributed a brief letter though played no editorial role.

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        "Girl Campers" [story in] Woman's World, July 1935

      Mount Morris, Illinois: Woman's World Publishing. 1935. Magazine. 26pp. Stapled wrappers. Light general wear at the edges and with the typical subscription stamp in the upper left corner, very good. Highsmith's first published work, at the age of 14, a series of letters written to her mother and stepfather from a camp for girls when she was only 12, accompanied by four of her cartoons. The letters contain many of the comments one would expect from a young girl along with several intriguing comments predicting her brief comic book career ("bring the Sunday funny papers if you come."); her sexuality ("We are going swimming 'Diana' tonight ... Diana means without any clothes on at all. Do you think it's all right to go in Diana?"); and her future in publishing ("There is a girl here named Janet Armstrong that I want you to meet. She lives in Tudor City and her father is a publisher."). A remarkable piece of juvenilia from this notable American writer best known for Strangers on a Train and her series of Tom Ripley crime novels. .

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        The Petrified Forest

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1935. First. First edition. Fine in a rubbed, very good dustwrapper with light nicking to the spinal extremities. Inscribed by the author: "for my dearest Jane and Wilfred with much love -- Bob, March 1935." The jacket pictures Leslie Howard in the lead role on Broadway. Also in the Broadway production was character actor Humphrey Bogart. Both reprised their roles for the classic film version, and were joined by Bette Davis. The film became Bogart's "breakthrough" role. A scarce title, and the only signed copy we've seen. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (Signed First Edition)

      New York: Simon and Schuster, 1935. First Edition. First Edition. SIGNED by the author on the front flyleaf. McCoy's first book, a hard-boiled Depression-era classic, basis for the 1969 film directed by Sydney Pollack and starring Jane Fonda, Michael Sarrazin, Susannah York and Gig Young (who won an Oscar for his role as the dance marathon promoter). Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket. Boards very lightly soiled, and a tiny tear at one hinge. Jacket is complete but rubbed at the hinges and spine panel, and minutely chipped at the extremities. A very presentable example overall. Hanna 2287.

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        The History of Herodotus of Halicarnassus

      London: The Nonesuch Press,, 1935. Translation of G. Rawlinson. Revised & Annotated by A. W. Lawrence. To which is added a Life of Herodotus and the Behistun Inscription. Quarto. Original blue quarter vellum, blue cloth sides, spine lettered and decorated in gilt with vermiculated rules extending onto sides, top edge rough gilt, others untrimmed. Title page printed in red and black, wood-engraved half-title and 9 similar headpieces by V. le Campion, 9 engraved maps to rear by T. Poulton of which 7 double-page. A few very faint markings to covers, untrimmed edges lightly spotted as usual, contents partly unopened. An excellent copy. First Nonesuch Press edition, limited to 675 copies of which this is number 308. A superb example of book design and presswork.

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        Ming - Porzellane in Schwedischen Sammlungen

      Walter de Gruyter & Co., Berlin & Leipzig 1935 - First edition. Quarto. Hardcover. Very good: some foxing to first title page. Very good: two small tears. 34 Pages of text, followed by 64 plates depicting 134 photographs of Ming porcelains. Each plate is preceeded by a page of descriptions and provenance of the piece. A wonderful and scarce book on Ming porcelains in Swedish collections. Very rare to find a copy with the original dustjacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pylon

      New York Harrison Smith & Robert Haas 1935 First Printing (February, 1935, on copyright page), in First Issue dust jacket (with correct titles listed on rear panel). 8vo: 315,[1]pp. Publisher's cobalt-blue cloth, spine and upper cover stamped in gilt within a horizontal black band, top edge stained black; pictorial dust jacket, priced $2.50. About Fine (flaking to gilt spine lettering), in a bright, about Fine jacket (spine head rubbed with miniscule loss). Provenance: from the collection (now housed at the University of Central Florida Libraries) of bibliophiles Walter and Dorothy Donnelly with their label on front paste down. Petersen A17.1a. Fargnoli, pp. 211-16. Fine-

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        Butterfield 8

      New York Harcourt, Brace 1935 First Edition (so stated). 8vo: [4],310pp. Publisher's black varnished V cloth, spine lettered in gilt, illustrated dust jacket priced $2.50. Hint of a lean, few faint spots of loss to varnish and minor rubbing to spine gilt, else a Near Fine or better copy in Near Fine or better jacket, vibrant and bright with several short edge tears and nicks. A very sharp copy of a title prone to fading and heavy wear. Bruccoli A4.1.a. Near Fine

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        Green Hills of Africa

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1935 Very good in a very good dust jacket. 1935 stated on the title and copyright page with the letter "A" First Edition. Slight foxing and tanning of the bottom page ends. Foxing at paste-downs and end papers. Covers show blotchy fading and spine is faded. Rubbing on the top and bottom edges and spine ends. Dust jacket has original price of $2.75 printed on the front flap. Slight foxing on the flaps, as well as rubbing at the corners and spine ends. General wear. Comes housed in a custom slipcase.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

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        They Shoot Horses, Don't They?

      London: Arthur Barker, 1935. The book is very near fine, bound in wheat colored buckram, stamped in red. The dust jacket is overall in decent condition, but the front panel has a small scrape that affects the "OO" in Shoot and the spine of the dust jacket shows darkening but still certainly readable. The first British edition of this, the author's first book and basis for the highly acclaimed 1969 movie directed by Sydney Pollack that starred Michael Sarrazin and Jane Fonda. 233 pp. . First U.K. Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good - Price-clipped. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Butterfield 8 (Signed)

      NY: Harcourt Brace & Co., 1935. Book is only in good condition - Shows discoloration to front panel and gilt on spine is faded but readable (barely). Overall, the book is tight and clean with no faults to the interior or the pages. Signed by the author on a 1" X 3" paper affixed to the half-title page. It is fitted with a facsimile dust jacket that fits the book perfectly. The author's third book (second novel). which some consider his best work. Basis for the Daniel Mann film that starred Elizabeth Taylor and Laurence Harvey in the title roles. 310 pp.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/Fine (Facsimile DW).

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        Letter of Resignation of James G. McDonald, High Commissioner for Refugees (Jewish and Other) Coming From Germany, Addressed to The Secretary General of the League of Nations, With an Annex containing an analysis of the measures in Germany against "Non-Aryans," and of their effects in creating refugees. London, December 27th, 1935

      Printed by Headley Brothers 109 Kingsway, London, London, England 1935 - x, 34 pages. Wrappers detached. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Princess Hildegarde (SIGNED)

      Row, Peterson and Company, Evanston, Illinois 1935 - Book will close its text block but not its boards; thus, "very good." Boards are pumpkin cloth illustrated in black; a few lighter patches to rear board. Vertical strips of material which we take to be white library tape run along inside edges of boards at hinges; this material has been tucked UNDER the endpapers; we thus conclude this is a "reinforced library binding", as made. No date later than 1935 copyright, below which appears the cryptic numeral "873." Dated by the author "Xmas 1934" (making this a very early copy) and boldly signed to verso of FFE "Compliments of the Author / Sidney Baldwin." To title page, Uncle Raymond has then written to Cindy, Billy, & Tommy: "Ask Gran to tell you more about Sidney Baldwin, who writes a daily column for the Peoria Journal Star, which her father once owned." By the author of "Young Prince Hubert." Hard-to-find in signed condition. 304 pp. Reduced from $1,600. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Selbstbildnis, sich selbst über die rechte Schulter blickend.

      - Holzschnitt, 1935 (?), auf Japan-Bütten, verso Nachlaßstempel und die Signatur von Alois Scharl. 39,5:27,5 cm.

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        Taps at Reveille

      New York: Charles Scribner, 1935. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good. 1935, First Edition, first state, with uncancelled leaves. Hardcover. Near Fine in a Very Good dust jacket. A square, sharp copy with bright gilt titles; minor shelfwear to the spine ends. DJ with rubber-stamped price on the front flap (the larger variety) and printed price on rear flap (both 2.50). Spine of DJ faded; shallow loss at spine ends and corners; front panel with light creasing along the top edge; orange sections and drawing bold and clean. BRUCCOLI A.18.I.a. DJ now in mylar. Digital images available upon request.

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        On the day she left on her on her solo flight to Mexico becoming the first person to fly solo from Los Angeles to Mexico City, Amelia Earhart signs a $105 check to the National Aeronautic Association - endorsed by the NAA's Joe Nikrent who placed a barograph aboard her plane that day to record the flight.

      New York Cityy, April 19, 1935. 6" x 2.75". "Partly Printed Check Signed ""Amelia Earhart,"" 6"" x 2.75"". [Burbank, California], April 19, 1935. Payable to ""National Aeronautic Association"" for $105. Completed in manuscript. Adequate contrast. Endorsed on verso ""National Aeronautic Assn / By Joe Nikrent."" Bank stampings on verso. Tiny bank cancellation holes nick the ""A"" and ""l"" in ""Amelia."" Surface creases, nicked at edges, folds at upper corners; after Earhart signed it, Nikrent may have folded it and put it in his pocket. Good condition.There are a few holograph edits in unknown hand. ""Burbank, California"" was crossed out and replaced with ""New York City."" Also crossed out was ""Burbank Branch / Security First National / Bank of Los Angeles / 101 East San Fernando Boulevard,"" replaced with ""Fifth Avenue Bank / New York, N.Y.""Ostensibly, Amelia Earhart signed this check just before she left Los Angeles County's Burbank airport for her flight to Mexico City. It was then endorsed by the NAA's timer, Joe Nikrent, who placed a barograph aboard her plane to record the flight. On April 19, 1935, at 9:55pm, Amelia Earhart took off from the United Air Terminal in Burbank, California, for a 1,750-mile goodwill flight to Mexico City. Joe Nikrent, who endorsed this check, was the NAA timer. He placed a barograph aboard her plane. When she arrived in Mexico City on April 20th, she landed to crowd of over 20,000 persons. At a special session of the City Council, Earhart was presented with a gold medal for her flight. She was the first person to fly solo from Los Angeles to Mexico City, April 19-20, 1935, completing the trip in 13 hours 23 minutes. The National Aeronautic Association was founded in 1905 as the Aero Club of America. it was incorporated as the NAA in 1922. Until the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1926, it was the sole issuer of pilot licenses in America. The NAA is the oldest national aviation club in the United States and one of the oldest in the world. It has certified aviation and aerospace records in the United States since 1905; its current records database includes over 8,000 record flights."

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        North To The Orient. With Maps by Charles A. Lindbergh

      New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1935 - First Edition. Near fine in a dust jacket with light wear and tear. A presentation copy; inscribed by Anne and Charles to his aunt. "[in Charles's hand] For Aunt June from Charles and [in Anne's hand] Anne Lindbergh/ August 1935." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Co., Inc., A.B.A.A.]
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        Goodbye, Mr. Chips. Illustrations by H.M. Brock

      Boston: Little, Brown, 1935 - First Illustrated Edition; "Birthday Edition;" one of 600 numbered copies signed by the author and illustrator. A near fine copy in a very good publisher's slipcase. Presentation copy, inscribed by H.M. Brock to his brother and fellow illustrator Charles E. Brock. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Co., Inc., A.B.A.A.]
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        Goodbye, Mr. Chips [Limited Birthday Edition, Signed]

      Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press Book / Little, Brown and Company, 1935. First Thus. Limited to 600 copies of which this is no. 536. Octavo (21.5cm.); original parchment-backed boards, gilt-lettered spine, white paper-covered slipcase; viii,[4],132pp.; frontispiece, text illus. throughout, including some full-page. Slipcase slightly worn and toned to extremities, else Fine. Signed by the author and artist on colophon. This edition published a year after the first (London) edition. The book was adapted into film twice, in 1939 and 1969, the later starring Peter O'Toole and Petula Clark.

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        Lucy Gayheart

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1935 - First Edition, First Printing with the words "FIRST EDITION" printed on the copyright page. A spectacular copy. This copy is authentically SIGNED by Willa Cather on a laid in signature. This ORIGINAL dustjacket is rich in color with NO chips or tears. The book is in amazing shape and appears UNREAD. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp. The pages are exceptionally clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A stunning copy with the First Issue dustjacket SIGNED by the author. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Capitale.

      Sablier, Paris. 1935 - First edition. Octavo. 66 woodcuts by Masereel. Wrappers. A sad commentary on modern urban life. One of 1560 copies, this one marked 'H.C.' at the limitation.Presentation copy from the artist, inscribed on the second blank: ''à Barbusse, trés cordialement - Frans Masereel'. In 1921 Masereel had illustrated Henri Barbusse's Quelques coins du coeur, also published by Sablier.Small stain to bottom edge of front cover. Spine nicked at ends. Very good indeed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        GARDENS OF JAPAN. A PICTORIAL RECORD OF THE FAMOUS PALACES, GARDENS AND TEA-GARDENS.

      Tokyo, The Zauho Press, 1935.. FIRST EDITION 1935, edited by Naoya Shiga and Motoi Hashimoto. Folio, approximately 420 x 330 mm, 16½ x 13 inches, xii pages of contents etc, title page printed in red and black,150 full page photographic plates in monotone, 6 pages of plans of the famous gardens still existing, 9 text illustrations, 28 pages of text divided into chapters with headings as follows: A Short History of the Japanese Garden; The Division of Modern Gardens; Constructional Material for The Japanese Garden; Arts and Crafts in Garden Details; An Example of Garden Design in the Edo Period. Original publisher's de luxe binding of white soft leather spine with gilt lettering, silk cloth boards with gilt lettering and picture, pictorial endpapers, all edges gilt. Spine slightly rubbed with some slight soiling, light uneven browning to silk cloth boards, two lower corners bumped and soft, some slight wear to extremities, the fold of the folding plate has neat professional repair from head to tail on blank side, not affecting image, small round blind stamp to bottom of title page, otherwise a very good clean tight copy. Heavy book will require extra postage. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        Photo Album, Department Store]: Zur standigen Erinnerung an das am 1. Sept. 1935. gegrundete Geschaft. [In Commemoration of the Opening of the Store on September 1st 1935]

      1935 - Oblong small quarto. Cord-tied cloth board decoratively printed with a geometric pattern; tissue guard for each page. Just about fine. The album contains 44 mounted black and white gelatin silver photographs, with another 23 similar images laid in, for a total of 67 photographs. Titled in neat white album ink inside the front board, else the images are uncaptioned, but many of the images have additional signage within the image that would probably reward further research as to the exact location. Apparently meant to commemorate the opening of a German fabric and fashion store. The fascinating images are riotously stylized, with many featuring particularly modernist (or perhaps surrealistic) or creepy looking mannequins, all in service of the elaborate displays of clothing or fabrics, mostly it seems, for women's clothing. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        PATHS OF GLORY

      New York: Viking, 1935. Gilt cloth. Spine and top edges a bit sunned, gilding has a bit of patina, as usual, otherwise a very good or better copy in lightly spine-sunned dust jacket with a bit of minor fraying at the lower edge toward the spine and trivial edgewear. Neat pencil name on first blank. First published edition of the author's first and only novel, an account of the victimization of three French line soldiers by commanders intent on saving their own reputations. It was preceded by five hundred promotional copies of printed sheets bound in wrappers, untitled. Signed, in ink, by the author on the first blank. Sidney Howard undertook a dramatic adaptation of some note in 1935, but the 1957 film adaptation by Stanley Kubrick did much to remind the post- war public of its virtues. It remains one of the most widely known anti-war novels of the pre-WWII years. From the distinguished WWI Fiction Collection of Barry Maurer, with his laid in bookplate (see our catalogue 150).

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-]
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        EL PESSEBRE.

      Les Belles Edicions, Barcelona 1935 - Profusa il·lustració amb gravats i fotografies. Paper de fil. Edició de 480 exemplars, exemplar Nº 180. 375pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Langner, Reinhold. - "Zwei gehende Kinder".

      - Mischtechnik / Aquarell & Tusche, auf faserigem Büttenpapier, um 1935. Von Reinhold Langner. 44,5 x 30,0 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Verso Stempelsignatur "Reinhold Langner". - Sehr guter Erhaltungszustand. Reinhold Langner (1905 Weinböhla - 1957 Ockritz bei Dresden). Deutscher Holzbildhauer, Zeichner und Grafiker. 1922-25 Lehre zum Maurer und Holzbildhauer. 1925-33 Studium der Holzbildhauerei an der Kunstgewerbeakademie Dresden bei Theodor Arthur Winde. 1929/30 Studienreise u.a. nach Italien und Spanien. 1933 Verweis von der Akademie wegen seiner sozialdemokratischen Gesinnung. Bis 1942 freischaffend als Bildhauer tätig; z.B. Schnitzarbeiten an der Marienberger Rathaustür (1938/39). Ab 1943 Lehrer an der Staatlichen Kunstakademie Dresden. 1945-47 kommissarischer Leiter der Akademie der Bildenden Künste Dresden (HfBK). 1946-48 dort Professor für Bildhauerei. 1948/49 Professor für Angewandte Plastik und Rektor an der Hochschule für Werkkunst Dresden. 1949 Wechsel an die Technische Hochschule Dresden als Lehrbeauftragter für Bauplastik, 1952-57 Professur. Ab 1950 Lehrbeauftragter an der Universität Leipzig. Ab 1950 Direktor des Museums für Sächsische Volkskunst im Jägerhof in Dresden. Machte sich um Erhalt und Entwicklung der erzgebirgischen Volkskunst bemüht, weshalb man ihn als "Vater der erzgebirgischen Schnitzer" apostrophierte.

      [Bookseller: GALERIE HIMMEL]
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        Langner, Reinhold. - "Zwei spielende Kinder".

      - Mischtechnik / Aquarell & Tusche, auf faserigem Büttenpapier, um 1935. Von Reinhold Langner. 43,0 x 25,5 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Verso Stempelsignatur: "Reinhold Langner". - Sehr guter Erhaltungszustand. Reinhold Langner (1905 Weinböhla - 1957 Ockritz bei Dresden). Deutscher Holzbildhauer, Zeichner und Grafiker. 1922-25 Lehre zum Maurer und Holzbildhauer. 1925-33 Studium der Holzbildhauerei an der Kunstgewerbeakademie Dresden bei Theodor Arthur Winde. 1929/30 Studienreise u.a. nach Italien und Spanien. 1933 Verweis von der Akademie wegen seiner sozialdemokratischen Gesinnung. Bis 1942 freischaffend als Bildhauer tätig; z.B. Schnitzarbeiten an der Marienberger Rathaustür (1938/39). Ab 1943 Lehrer an der Staatlichen Kunstakademie Dresden. 1945-47 kommissarischer Leiter der Akademie der Bildenden Künste Dresden (HfBK). 1946-48 dort Professor für Bildhauerei. 1948/49 Professor für Angewandte Plastik und Rektor an der Hochschule für Werkkunst Dresden. 1949 Wechsel an die Technische Hochschule Dresden als Lehrbeauftragter für Bauplastik, 1952-57 Professur. Ab 1950 Lehrbeauftragter an der Universität Leipzig. Ab 1950 Direktor des Museums für Sächsische Volkskunst im Jägerhof in Dresden. Machte sich um Erhalt und Entwicklung der erzgebirgischen Volkskunst bemüht, weshalb man ihn als "Vater der erzgebirgischen Schnitzer" apostrophierte.

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        BBC: The Voice of Britain (Collection of 9 still photographs from the 1935 British documentary film)

      London: British Broadcasting Corporation [BBC], 1935. Collection of seven vintage black-and-white single weight still photographs and two double weight sepia photographs from the UK release of the 1935 British documentary film. Included is the original trasmittal envelope, with the printed label, "On His Majesty's Service." Featured in two of the photographs are Henry Hall and his Orchestra (a.k.a., the BBC Symphony Orchestra), the BBC "house band" in the 1930s. The earliest, and perhaps the first, documentary on the British Broadcasting Service, paying tribute to its technological greatness, the span of its reach, the people affected by it, and its diversity of news, humor, lifestyle reporting, and music. Featured in the documentary were many of the BBC's literary voices, including H.G. Wells, G.K. Chesterton, J.B. Priestley, and George Bernard Shaw. 8.5 x 6.5 inches. Near Fine.

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        Sylva Sylvarum or A Naturall Historie in ten centuries written by the Right Honourable FRANCIS LO Verulam ViscountSt. ALBAN - published after the Autors death by WILLIAM RAWLEY Doctor in Divinitie, one of his Majesties Chaplaines. Hereunto is now added an Alphabeticall Table of the principall things contained in the whole work. London, printed by John Haviland for William Lee, and are to be sold by Iohn Williams 1965

      1935 London William Lee 1935 - fouth edition - 28,5 x 18 cm - 1 leaf blank-engraved titlepage dated 1631page blank-printed titlepage dated 1635-1 pg blank-dedication 2 pages-to the reader 5 pgs-1pgs blank-a table of the experiments9 pgs-1 page blank-natuural historie 260 pgs- a table of the chiefe matters contained in these centuries 26 unnumbered pages-His Lops usual receipt for the gout to. 1 page-1 page black - misnumbering: page 39 must be 35 - full calf leather, 17th century - 5 raised bans - auther and title gold stamped on the back - condition; hinges broken, wormholes through the whole book but not affecting the text, small annotations in an old hand, bookplate on inside first board, binding tied - GIBSON 174 (gives also at the end 'to the reader + new Atlantis ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Megalithes du Haut-Laos (Hua Pan, Tran Ninh).:

      PEFEO, XXV-XXVI., Paris les Éditions d'Art et d'Histoire 1935 - A thorough study of the megalithic monuments and sculptures of Upper Laos. This set is heavy - postage quoted on request. Fine set bound in buckram, original wrappers bound in. First edition Two volumes, pp.271; 358, 104 plates, 12 maps, 9 folding, 233 illustrations. French text.

      [Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB]
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        The Green Hills of Africa

      Scribner's, 1935 A near fine first edition, with typical moderate fading of spine and edges of cloth, in a very good first issue dust jacket. Scribner's, 1935. First edition Scribner's A on copyright page. 295pp. with Shenton decorations. 8vo. Original green cloth; gilt lettering on front board; black decorative strips on spine with gilt lettering. In first issue dust jacket (with wider green section on back panel) with original price of $2.75 still on front flap. First edition. Hanneman 13. In discussing the author's challenges in writing this work of non-fiction, Carlos Baker says, "The Green Hills of Africa rises above the status of a 'noble experiment' and becomes in its own right a work of art." [Hemingway/ The Writer as Artist, p.167]. Hemingway's second book of nonfiction, an account of a month-long hunting trip to Africa which he wrote "to see whether the shape of a country and the pattern of a month's action can, if truly presented, compete with a work of the imagination." Comes in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good.

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        The Golden Bough A Study in Magic and Religion

      New York: The Macmillan Company, 1935. Third Edition. Decorated & gilt-stamped cloth. Fine. 12 volumes, original dark green cloth decorated with a golden bough [mistleto] motif on cover & gilt titles, top edges gilt. Extra postage necessary due to weight. This beautiful 12-volume set of the desirable, revised and expanded Third Edition consists of: Part I. The Magic Art and the Evolution of Kings (2 vols); Part II. Taboo and the Perils of the Soul; Part III. The Dying God; Part IV. Adonis, Attis, Osiris (2 vols.); Part V. Spirits of the Corn and of the Wild (2 vols.); Part VI. The Scapegoat; Part VII. Baldur the Beautiful (2 vols.); Part VIII. Bibliography and General Index. Sir James Frazer's brilliantly written, insightful, and wide-ranging opus is one of the great classics of comparative anthropology, mythology, AND literature.

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