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        The Green Child A Romance

      London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1935. First edition. 256 pp. 8vo. Grass green cloth titled in gilt. Fine copy in fine, fresh dust-jacket. First edition. 256 pp. 8vo. Superb Copy in Dust Jacket. "A remarkable double Utopia ... a dramatic critique of and metaphor for the utopian impulse as a whole" (SFE). The Green Child was inspired by the mediaeval legend of the green children of Woolpit, two green-skinned children who came to a Yorkshire village and claimed to be from an underground world. Herbert Edward Read (1893-1968) was best known as an art critic and advocate of modern architecture. He was knighted in 1953. The Green Child was his only novel. A superior copy in dust-jacket. Bleiler, Checklist (1978), p. 164

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        England Made Me

      Heinemann 1935 - A first edition, first printing published by Heinemann 1935. A very good+ book the only downside being the couple of small holes to the spine edge. There's a faint name and address to the ffep, some fading to the spine. No dust wrapper. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Golden Bed of Kydno.

      Printed for subscribers at the Golden Cockerel Press. 1935 - 12 erotic line engravings by Lettice Sandford. No.179 of only 200 copies. Printed in the splendid Perpetua type. Sm. folio, bound in full cream cloth with illusration by Lettice Sandford in gilt on the upper cover, gilt endpapers, t.e.g., others uncut, an exceptionally fine, clean copy. An erotic Lesbian tale in verse, apparently written in the early nineteenth century in two parts and telling the tale supposedly from the late nineteenth century of a lady calling herself Kydno who, tired of Paris, went by yacht to the Island of Lesbos and had built a magnificent Palace of Memory. She is an invention like Pierre Louys' Bilitis but the story had it that she gathered there a multitude of girls and gave them free 'education'. Growing old she left the college and wandered alone over the world, composing her 'Imitation of Sappho' of which there is not trace. She polished these, her epigrams, collected as 'The Golden Bed' and died in 1910 at Rhodes and was buried there. Translated form the modern Greek of Evadne Lascaris by P. Mathers who terms the book a "light coronal of perversities". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        No Hero

      New York: Little Brown and Company, 1935. Copyright date 1935, first edition, first printing. Signed By The Author on a Glued inside Label. Publisher's yellow cloth, spine lettered in black, front board stamped in black outlining text, in original restored dust jacket. Backstrip just barely dulled; light foxing to rear board. Page edges faintly foxed. Dust jacket discreetly restored at spine ends and folds, rear flap fold reinforced; spine panel just a shade darkened; lightly rubbed, with some very minor color loss to the front panel; verso rubbed. A near fine copy in a nicely sophisticated jacket. Card with author signature glued in. The first appearance of Mr. Moto. A Haycraft-Queen Cornerstone. . signed by the Author. First Edition. Hardcover. very good Plus/Very Good. 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Scarce and Signed.

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        Resouns de Ruhr / Echos de la Ruhr (Poezias occitanas emd traduciu en frances doui / Poesies occitanes avec leur traduction en francais doui) 1st

      Villefranche, imp. C. Salingardes, 1935. Pierre Miremont (* 1901 in Le Buisson-de-Cadouin gest. 22. Juli 1979) war ein französischer Romanist, Okzitanist und Autor des Okzitanischen. Miremont war zuerst Lehrer, dann Berufsoffizier. Er verbrachte die Jahre 1941 bis 1944 in deutscher Gefangenschaft. Nach dem Krieg wirkte er als Justizbeamter in der Versicherungsaufsicht. Er publizierte zahlreiche literarische Werke in okzitanischer Sprache. Miremont war ab 1945 Majoral (Akademiemitglied) des Félibrige. Miremont war Ritter der Ehrenlegion.

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        Lady Hobo [Inscribed]

      New York: Coward-McCann, Inc, 1935. First Edition. Hardcover. Novel detailing the story of Tut Trueman, a woman physically and emotionally spent from her fifty-fifty marriage, who runs away from her life in New York and finds herself on the open road. She rides across the country to the California coast with a tomboy she meets in her travels, encountering hobo jungles, crop pickers, criminals, and a broad swath of humanity. Brown, a best-selling author during the 1920's-30's, reportedly spent time in hobo jungles and talking to its residents for inspiration. A scarce novel, in or out of jacket; OCLC notes 7 copies (NYPL, Stony Brook, LC, Bowling Green, OSU, Penn State, UVA). Octavo (19.5cm); purple cloth, with titling and author's facsimile signature stamped in gilt on spine and front cover; red topstain; pictorial endpapers; dustjacket; [vi],[2],3-336pp. Inscribed by the author in black fountain pen following the dedication page: "From a Lady Hobo for Maurice Kurell / 1935 / Beth Brown." Spine and upper board edges sunned, topstain dulled and foxed, with wear to spine ends and oxidation to gilt; clean internally; Very Good. In a supplied dustjacket; unclipped (priced $2.00), with mild wear and dustiness to extremities, and a faint diagonal crease to lower right corner of front panel; overall a bright, Near Fine example.

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        The Doctor's Son and Other Stories

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1935. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition, First Printing. Near Fine, in a Good dust jacket with price of $2.50 intact. Light edge wear to cloth, chipping to gilt lettering on spine. Tiny stamp and small sticker removal to rear paste down. The dust jacket shows edge wear, with a 2.5 x 1 inch chip to the rear panel, loss at the head and tail, extending to front panel. Rarely seen in the dust jacket.

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        Ditia shimpanze i ditia cheloveka : v ikh instinktakh emotsiiakh igrakh privychkakh i vyrazitelhykh dvizheniiakh / Infant Ape and Human Child (Instincts, Emotions, Play, Habits)

      Moskva [ Moscow ]: Izdanie Gosudarstvennogo Darvinovskogo Muzeia 1935. First Edition. Two volumes complete with 145 plates. Volume One: text. [iii]-xvi, 596 pages + frontis. Pagination includes 2 color plates in front matter and 23 plates in the text. 8vo. 7 1/4 x 10 inches. Publisher's biege cloth with gilt titles on spine and front panel. Several previous owner names on front endpapers. Bright and clean internally, minor wear to the extremities, and spine sun fading. Volume Two: Photo-plates (photogravure?). 8vo. 7 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches.Professionally rebound to style. Each leaf is three hole punched. The cloth (portfolio) covers are also three hole punched front and rear, with brass grommets and string ties which hold the assemblage together. Original front panel preserved and laid down. Half title present, withdrawn stamp over institutional stamp. Pencilled notation with title of volume 1. Last page appears to be an advertisement. Plates 2 through 120 inclusive (complete as issued). Occasional marginal notation on the plates. Each plate contains multiple images - often four to six. 3. t. trudov Muzeia / Gosudarstvennyi Darvinovskii Muzei = Scientific memoirs of the Museum Darwinianum in Moscow. Cloth. A "classic 1935 comparative study of ape [ and human ] emotions and intelligence." ( Darwin Museum Series ) From about 1913 to 1916, Madam Kohts studied a young chimpanzee named Joni in captivity and documented photographically and with detailed notes it's behavior including it's perceived emotions. In 1925, Koht's own son Roody was born, and she again took copious notes and photographs, this time with her son as the subject. After many years of work, she in 1929 she began a comparative study of the two. This study, offered here in the original edition, contains a wealth of photographic comparisons between the two, in over 145 photo-plates (containing some 600 or so images). The images convey so much information that some reviewers thought the lack of an English translation (until quite recently) was not a significant challenge. The main text is in Russian, with a short English summary at the end.While the photographic captions are in Russian, the short English text contains English captions as well. We're pleased to offer the original edition, PLUS the first English translation of this work (Oxford University Press, 2002), edited by Frans B. M. De Waal. A 1937 review in the Journal of Genetic Psychology (Vol 50, pp 465-467) notes "Madam Kohts is unquestionably an observer of ingenuity, patience, and scientific restraint. In a double sense this is a contribution to comparative psychology...It seems to us that she has succeeded better in this task of critical comparison of two species than have those studies which emphasize somewhat too strongly similarities, identities, and simian precocities." Apparently issued in an edition of 775 copies, the original work is very scarce today with a dozen copies (some represented as partial sets) in institutions, and no copies for sale as of this writing. Scarce in the trade. Near Fine.

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        Oxyrhynchus. An Economic and Social Study.

      Princeton. Privately Printed. 1935. - 8vo. 21.5cm, The First Edition, 93p.,bibliography, index, original printed wraps, with title repeated on the upper cover in publisher's frame border, fine, rare. (cgc) The author's first book, his thesis, published six years and two other attempts at novels before the very successful Barometer Rising, 1941. Cf. Benson & Toye. He won five Governor General awards. Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature, pp705-707. A dissertation presented to the faculty of Princeton University in candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.The author traces from a social and economic viewpoint the history of the growth and decline of Oxyrhynchus, in Roman Egypt, over the seven centuries when it was subject to the Caesars. "Recommended by the Department of Classics for Acceptance May 1935". [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Canadian Poetry Collection : Archibald Lampman and Charles G.D. Roberts

      1935. . This Canadian Poets collection includes material from primarily 1926 to 1935 for these two well-known "Confederation" poets. Materials include a total of 23 items; 16 Roberts items and 7 Lampman items. Sir Charles G.D. Roberts Collection of 16 items include 6 ALS ; 3 ASN ; 2 ts ; 1 poem signed ; 2 photos signed and 2 post cards signed. 1) 4 ALS and 1 Telegram to Alberta C. Trimble; Four ALS dated 6 April 1928, 21 April 1928, 23 May 1928, and 20 June 1928, re Canadian literature, their travels, and meeting each other. Telegram dated 22, May, 1928. 2) ALS addressed "My Dear Corman", 15 November 1934, re charmed to receive his letter about his "wild life books", having published between 50 and 60 books, poetry, titles of his books, delighted to autographs his books. 3) ALS to Mr. Leavenworth, 12 February 1935, re Eyes of the Wilderness and his "old friend & pupil Mr. Pittman. He is a great chap, and a fine poet." 4) ANS to Jack Trimble written on the dedication page of book, 21 July 1927, "Lord of the Air" and "The Homesickness of Kebonka" being Roberts's favorite stories. As well included in this book is a Circa 1927 sepia photograph, Roberts and his dog Laddie with manuscript note at top: 'For "young Jack" with but best wishes from C.G.D.R." On reverse, handwritten note "Charles G.D. Roberts & Laddie on the Ottawa' The book is The Kindred of the Wild (Boston: L.C. Page, 1902, 21st impression April 1926), green cloth, some separation at the title leaf, ill. Charles Livingston Bull (New York: Macmillan, 1926, reissue of June 1926), green cloth in chipped jacket 5) ALN to Jack Trimble written on the half title of Neighbors Unknown book, note dated 31 May 1928, "How a Cat Played Robinson Crusoe" being Roberts's favorite story. 6) Signed ts., 1 p., erotic poem, "Attar", [1903?]. "Colour Toasts", 7) ts. carbon, 1 p. (some tears), initialed by Roberts. 8) Handwritten Poem (4 lines), 5 July 1932, in an autograph album. "And then, when sunrise floods my path, | I pause to build my dreams anew | But, take the gipsying all in all, | I find a-many dreams come true." 9) Black and white photograph, signed and framed of Roberts, 21 July 1927, for Alberta C. Trimble, minor water damage to bottom third of photo.  10) Signed note to Alberta C. Trimble on the half title of The Vagrant of Time (book not present), 1 July 1927, some discoloration 11) Two Christmas postcard poems: 1931 ("To a Certain Mystic") and 1931 (signed, "Spirit of Beauty"), some discoloration on versos. Archibald Lampman Collection 7 items include 6 ALS and 1 book. 1) ALS from Charles G.D. Roberts to Ruth Holway Higgins, 1 October 1930 ("The Lampman Memorial is a most significant landmark in the evolution of our Canadian Literature… Alas, I do not possess one signature of Bliss Carman. All his letters to me are just signed B!"). 2) ALS from Nathaniel A. Benson, "Sonnet, for the Lampman Memorial Cairn", 1 p. signed. The Cairn was unveiled in 1930 near Lampman's birthplace in Morpeth, Ontario. 3) ALS from F.G. Scott to Dr. Sherwood Fox, 10 September 1930, declining to attend the Lampman Memorial Cairn unveiling ("To me, Lampman's poems have been a constant source of inspiration & delight."). 4) ALS from Gilbert Parker to Fox, 8 September 1930, declining to attend the Lampman Memorial Cairn unveiling and that he is glad that Duncan Campbell Scott will give an address about Lampman. 5) ALS from Duncan Campbell Scott to Fox, 4 November 1930, thanking Fox for the planning and execution of the Lampman Memorial Cairn celebration. 6) ALS from W. Beattie to Fred Landon, n.d., and fragment of letter from Landon, n.d. Lampman, 7) "The City of the End of Things" printed poem by Lampman in a limited edition book (Montreal: The Golden Dog, imprimé pat André Goulet, 1972), introduction by Michael Gnarowski, with an ALS from F.G Scott to Eugene ?, 16 November 1926, sending Eugene his "little book of verse-war poems & poems after the war". Charles G.D. Roberts, known as the Father of Canadian Poetry. He was also a tireless promoter and encourager of Canadian literature. "At his death he was regarded as Canada's leading man of letters." Archibald Lampman, "He has been described as 'the Canadian Keats;' and he is perhaps the most outstanding exponent of the Canadian school of nature poets." The Canadian Encyclopedia says that he is "generally considered the finest of Canada's late 19th-century poets in English." This collection is on consignment with LDRB.

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        Original Certificate of Honour, presented to American filmmaker Alfred E. Green at the first Moscow International Film Festival.

      Moscow: Cinema Office of the People's Commissars of the U. S. S. R.,, 1935. Bifolium (leaf size 300 × 230) of heavy wove cartridge paper, lithographically printed certificate in gold and black on the recto of the first leaf with autograph signatures in purple and black ink. Housed in recent moderate red morocco backed folding chemise, dark purplish red boards, red morocco patch label to the front panel. Somewhat browned, the gold ink oxidised in places, but remains attractive and certainly very good. The certificate was awarded to the American film Gentlemen Are Born (1934), directed by Alfred E. Green and starring Franchot Tone, and is signed by the members of the jury, including Sergei Eisenstein, Vsevolod Pudovkin, and Boris Shumyatsky. Text in Cyrillic, with a contemporary typed English language translation laid-in. The best known name here is of course that of Sergei Eisenstein (1898-1948) the pioneering Russian film director, fêted for developing the montage technique, his most famous films being Alexander Nevsky (1938), Ivan the Terrible (1944), and the classic Battleship Potemkin (1925). In 1930 the jury Chairman Boris Shumyatsky (1886-1938) had been appointed by Stalin as head of Soyuzkino in 1930, the de facto executive producer for the Soviet film monopoly, continuing as head under the reorganisation as GUKF - Chief Directorate of Film and Photoindustry - in 1933. Shumyatsky's job was to ensure that films produced in the Soviet Union conformed to the official party line, and he seems to have had considerable animus towards Eisenstein, preventing him from completing a film during his reign. In 1937, Shumyatsky delivered a vicious attack on the director in the opening address at a three-day conference on cinema, "that turned into something resembling a show trial of Eisenstein" (McSmith, Fear and the Muse kept Watch, p.165), following it up with a letter to Premier Molotov denouncing seven people by name for conspiring to rescue the banned film and "discredit me as the stifler of the 'brilliant work of S. Eisenstein'". Three of the "conspirators" were "prominent writers whose status afforded them a degree of protections" (pp.165-6) the other four, including V.A. Babitsky the head of the Soviet Union's biggest studio Mosfilm, were shot. Almost inevitably Shumyatsky himself fell from grace. Early in 1938 his eight years in charge of the Soviet film industry were the subject of an "excoriating assessment" in Pravda, which concluded that he himself was colluding with "saboteurs". He was arrested and executed. Somehow Eisenstein himself managed to avoid this bloodbath and effectively rehabilitated his reputation with the release of Alexander Nevsky, which won him both the Order of Lenin and the Stalin Prize. It is unusual indeed to find the signatures of Eisenstein and Shumyatsky on the same document.

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        A Depression-Era Milkman's Promotional Photograph Album]

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

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        Vice Versa. A Novel.

      New York: Godwin, 1935 - Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine and front board in black. With the pictorial dust jacket. Patchy discolouration to boards. An excellent copy in a rubbed jacket with a couple of short closed tears and slight creasing to bottom edge of rear panel. First edition, first printing. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Seven Pillars of Wisdom, the publisher's quarter leather limited edition, copy #304 of 750

      London: Jonathan Cape Ltd., 1935. First, Limited Edition. Hardcover. This is the publisher's finely bound, hand-numbered limited issue of the British first edition, copy #304 of 750. This limited issue was bound in quarter tan pigskin over brown buckram boards with gilt stamped spine, gilt front cover illustration, and gilt rule transitions. The text is printed on untrimmed sheets with gilt top edge and bound with decorative headband and marbled endpapers. This copy is in very good condition. The binding remains square and tight with a nicely rounded spine. The quarter leather shows some wear at the spine ends and hinges and a little overall scuffing, but no toning and no cracking at the hinges. The brown buckram boards show trivial scuffs but are not bowed and retain sharp corners. The contents are impressively clean, with no spotting or previous ownership marks. Even the untrimmed fore and bottom edges remain notably clean and the top edge gilt is bright. Seven Pillars of Wisdom is the story of T. E. Lawrence's (1888-1935) remarkable odyssey as instigator, organizer, hero, and tragic figure of the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire during the First World War, which he began as an eccentric junior intelligence officer and ended as "Lawrence of Arabia." This time defined Lawrence with indelible experience and celebrity which he would spend the rest of his famously short life struggling to reconcile and reject, to recount and repress. Lawrence famously resisted publication of his masterwork for the general public during his lifetime. The saga is remarkable. He nearly completed a massive first draft in 1919, only to famously lose it when his briefcase was mislaid at a train station. This first draft was never recovered. At a fever pitch, Lawrence wrote a new 400,000 word draft in 1920. This punishing burst of writing was followed by an equally brutal process of editing. In 1922, a 335,000 word version was carefully circulated to select friends and literary critics - the famous "Oxford Text". George Bernard Shaw called it "a masterpiece". Nonetheless, Lawrence was unready to see it distributed to the public. Finally, in 1926, a further edited 250,000 word "Subscribers' Edition" was produced by Lawrence - but fewer than 200 copies were made, each lavishly and uniquely bound. Winston Churchill was among Lawrence's original subscribers to the 1926 edition, though Lawrence refused to allow Churchill to pay for his copy, as a token for his esteem for the work he and Churchill had done together in the Colonial Office after the First World War. Of this text, Winston Churchill wrote: "It ranks with the greatest books ever written in the English language. If Lawrence had never done anything except write this book as a mere work of the imagination his fame would last... But it is fact, not fiction... An epic, a prodigy, a tale of torment, and in the heart of it - A Man.” The Subscriber's Edition cost Lawrence far more than he made in subscriptions. To recover the loss, Lawrence finally authorized an edition for the general public - but one even further abridged and entitled "Revolt in the Desert". It was only in the summer of 1935, in the weeks following Lawrence's death, that the text of the Subscribers' Edition text was finally published for circulation to the general public in the form of a British first trade edition. Simultaneous with the general trade first edition, the British publisher Jonathan Cape issued this finely bound, hand-numbered limited edition of 750 copies. Bibliographic reference: O'Brien A041

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        Seven Pillars of Wisdom

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1935. A Triumph. Quarto. Original tan quarter pigskin on brown buckram boards, gilt title to spine, gilt crossed swords device to front cover, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, others uncut. With a portrait frontispiece, 53 plates and 4 folding maps. Slight wear to spine ends, slight rubbing to corners. An excellent copy. First trade issue, limited edition, number 536 of 750 copies.

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        Call it Sleep

      New York: Robert O. Ballou, 1935. First Edition, Second Printing. Hardcover. Good. Signed. Signed. First edition, second printing. Signed by Henry Roth in black ink on the half title page. About Good, in a supplied second issue dust jacket, which is in Very Good condition. Edge wear to cloth, with heavy rubbing and fraying at corners, spine ends and bottom edge. Cloth toned, soiled and lightly stained. Front free end paper has bookplate, rubber stamp with hotel address, bookstore label and wear. Rear hinge exposed, as is hinge at title page, leaving binding slightly tender. Pages toned, with several light stains and a few creased corners. The dust jacket shows toning, two small tears to the rear flap fold, and several edge chips. Exceptionally rare.

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        Original Certificate of Honour, presented to American filmmaker Alfred E. Green at the first Moscow International Film Festival.

      Moscow: Cinema Office of the People's Commissars of the U. S. S. R., 1935 - Bifolium (leaf size 300 × 230) of heavy wove cartridge paper, lithographically printed certificate in gold and black on the recto of the first leaf with autograph signatures in purple and black ink. Housed in recent moderate red morocco backed folding chemise, dark purplish red boards, red morocco patch label to the front panel. Somewhat browned, the gold ink oxidised in places, but remains attractive and certainly very good. The certificate was awarded to the American film Gentlemen Are Born (1934), directed by Alfred E. Green and starring Franchot Tone, and is signed by the members of the jury, including Sergei Eisenstein, Vsevolod Pudovkin, and Boris Shumyatsky. Text in Cyrillic, with a contemporary typed English language translation laid-in. The best known name here is of course that of Sergei Eisenstein (1898-1948) the pioneering Russian film director, fêted for developing the montage technique, his most famous films being Alexander Nevsky (1938), Ivan the Terrible (1944), and the classic Battleship Potemkin (1925). In 1930 the jury Chairman Boris Shumyatsky (1886-1938) had been appointed by Stalin as head of Soyuzkino in 1930, the de facto executive producer for the Soviet film monopoly, continuing as head under the reorganisation as GUKF - Chief Directorate of Film and Photoindustry - in 1933. Shumyatsky's job was to ensure that films produced in the Soviet Union conformed to the official party line, and he seems to have had considerable animus towards Eisenstein, preventing him from completing a film during his reign. In 1937, Shumyatsky delivered a vicious attack on the director in the opening address at a three-day conference on cinema, "that turned into something resembling a show trial of Eisenstein" (McSmith, Fear and the Muse kept Watch, p.165), following it up with a letter to Premier Molotov denouncing seven people by name for conspiring to rescue the banned film and "discredit me as the stifler of the 'brilliant work of S. Eisenstein'". Three of the "conspirators" were "prominent writers whose status afforded them a degree of protections" (pp.165-6) the other four, including V.A. Babitsky the head of the Soviet Union's biggest studio Mosfilm, were shot. Almost inevitably Shumyatsky himself fell from grace. Early in 1938 his eight years in charge of the Soviet film industry were the subject of an "excoriating assessment" in Pravda, which concluded that he himself was colluding with "saboteurs". He was arrested and executed. Somehow Eisenstein himself managed to avoid this bloodbath and effectively rehabilitated his reputation with the release of Alexander Nevsky, which won him both the Order of Lenin and the Stalin Prize. It is unusual indeed to find the signatures of Eisenstein and Shumyatsky on the same document.

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        The History of the Royal Perth Golfing Society:A Century of Golf in Scotland, with a Selection of the Golfing Verses (hitherto unpublished) by the Late Neil Ferguson Balir,Esq. Of Bathayock

      Munro Press, Perth,Scotland 1935 - Inscribed by the author dated year of publication.80 pages, with 17 plates, illustrations and portraits, original blue cloth, gilt titles and crest on the upper cover. The frontispiece is portrait of King William IV. Title page vignette depicting "Golf as it was 400 years ago". The Perth Golfing Society was started by a group of Perth gentlemen at a meeting on 5th April 1824 in the Salutation Inn, Scotlands oldest hotel. Scarlet golfing jackets were donned for matches played on the South Inch and North Inch links and Sir David Moncreiffe became the first Club Captain. The sixth captain of the Club was Lord Kinnaird, and it was his access to royal circles that was instrumental in gaining royal patronage for the Club from King William IV in 1833. Royal Perth was the first golf club in the world to receive the honour of Royal Patronage and pre-dates The Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews by a year in this regard. Spine cloth faded, slight offset from pastedowns, else a very good, tight copy of this historic rarity without previous owner's name, bookplate, underlining, margialia, or damage of any kind. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Fraaß, Erich. - "Benediktenwand im Winter".

      - Aquarell, mit schwarzer Tusche, auf gelblichem Zeichenkarton, 1935-1940. Von Erich Fraaß. 50,4 x 70,2 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Links unten in schwarzer Farbkreide signiert: "E. Fraaß". - Vgl. das motivgleiche Ölgemälde von ca. 1937 (Werkverzeichnis Hebecker-Kühne 418, Abb. 67). - Kleinere Randmängel. Verso unscheinbare Reste einer ehemaligen Montierung. Insgesamt gut erhalten. Erich Fraaß (1893 Glauchau - 1974 Dresden). Auch Erich Fraass. Deutscher Maler und Grafiker des Spätexpressionismus. 1907-10 Ausbildung zum Lithografen. 1910-13 Besuch der Kunstgewerbeschule in Dresden. 1913-14 Studium an der Kunstakademie Dresden bei Oskar Zwintscher. 1914-18 als Soldat im Ersten Weltkrieg. 1918 Mitglied des Spartakusbundes. 1919-22 Fortsetzung des Studiums bei Robert Sterl und Meisterstudium bei Sterl. 1921 Großer Staatspreis und Jubiläumsstiftung der Stadt Dresden, Mitglied der Künstlergruppe "Die Schaffenden" um Conrad Felixmüller. 1925-26 Studienreisen u.a. in die Niederlande und nach Spanien; Teilnahme an der Internationalen Kunstausstellung in Dresden. 1931 Mitbegründer und Vorsitzender der "Neuen Dresdner Sezession" (1934 Verbot). 1945 Zerstörung des Ateliers auf der Ammonstraße und Verlust eines Großteils seiner Werke. 1947 Dozent, ab 1953-58 Professor für Malerei an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden (HfBK). Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Underworld of the East: Being Eighteen Years' Actual Experiences of the Underworlds, Drug Haunts and Jungles of India, China, and the Malay Archipelago

      London: Sampson Low, Marston & Co., Ltd, 1935. Very Good/Good. First edition. 278[ix]pp. Black lettered red cloth. Illustrated from black and white photographs. Foxing, top edge soiled, spine ends and cover corners bumped, very good or better in a good only soiled, dampstained, and chipped dustwrapper. Scarce memoir of the 18 years the author spent experimenting with drugs while traveling through the east.

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        From Farm Boy to Financier

      D. Appleton-Century Co., Incorporated, New York 1935 - B00085HVUY vi, [2], 312 p. Index. Black and white photographic plates including frontis portrait of Vanderlip who rose from humble beginnings to become head of National City Bank. This work most notable for Chapter XXI entitled 'A Conclave on Jekyl Island' which states: "There was an occasion, near the close of 1910, when I was as secretive, indeed, as furtive as any conspirator. I do not feel it any exaggeration to speak of our secret expedition to Jekyl Island as the occasion of the actual conception of what eventually became the Federal Reserve System." - page 210. Moderate wear to book. Binding intact. Slight lean to spine. Gift greetings, dated 1935, upon front free endpaper. Above-average wear to dust jacket, now in mylar, which lacks a two-inch piece from bottom of spine. Includes news clipping detailing the settlement of Vanderlip's estate. A worthy copy of this historic reference. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The History of Herodotus of Halicarnassus

      London: The Nonesuch Press, 1935. xxvi, [2], 778pp, maps. Original quarter blue stained vellum and cloth by Bain, title and publisher in gilt to spine, top edge gilt on the rough. Vellum faded to spine ends, very slightly rubbed, edges of text block lightly browned and lightly foxed. Internally some light foxing to endpapers, a couple of page corners folded previous owners book plate to ffep, otherwise quite bright and clean. With nine maps and plans to rear, seven double page. Number 502 of 675 copies. A nice copy largely without the usual fading of the spine. Dreyfus 102. First Thus. Hardback. Good+/No Jacket. Illus. by Le Campion, V.. Folio. Limited Edition.

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        Such is the Antarctic

      1935 - First edition. Frontispiece, 44 plates and a folding map. 8vo. A very good copy with price clipped dustjacket, spine gilt, presentation inscription to half title. [xiv], 15-265pp. London, Hodder and Stoughton, Author's presentation copy: ?To Wm M Floyd with compliments from Lars Christensen. New York Decbr 15th, 1937.?Christensen made three journeys to the Antarctic between 1930-34, one of which took him on a circumnavigation of the continent. Spence 292. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Der heilige Franz von Assissi.

      Um 1935 - Brauntonige Lithographie 24 x 19,5 cm, im Stein monogrammiert "O.L.3"(?), zusätzlich rechts unten mit Bleistift signiert "O. Laske". - Etwas fleckig. Schulz-Laske/Kesselbauer-Laske 67. - Laske hat das Thema der Tierpredigt des Hl. Franz von Assisi mehrfach künstlerisch bearbeitet; die vorliegende Version ist selten. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Henri Matisse

      Illustrations. First French edition. 4to., original pictorial yellow wrappers, tissue dust jacket, housed in a custom made folding box, uncut. Paris, Editions des Chroniques des Jours.

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        The Clergyman's Daughter

      London: Victor Gollancz Limited, 1935. First Edition. Very Good. First British edition, first printing. Rebound in black leather with raised bands on spine, dentelle borders, marble endsheets, and with remnants of original spine panel and cloth bound in at rear. Near Fine. Pages lightly toned. Several pages show faint staining. A lovely copy.

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        LE SUPPLICI

      NAPOLI: LUIGI LOFFREDO, 1935. BROSSURA. BUONO. 14 21. RACCOLTA SCOLASTICA DI CLASSICI LATINI E GRECI USATO

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        The African Queen

      Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1935. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. Good, lacking the dust jacket. Foxing to spine, edge of page block and pages. Lean to spine. Fraying to head of spine, and lightly to corners. This book was the basis for the movie bearing the same name, starring Humphrey Bogart and Katherine Hepburn.

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        The Theory of Money and Credit

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1935. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First American edition. 445 p. Brown cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Translated by H.E. Batson. About Very Good. No jacket. Late IMF economist and conservative political consultant Edward D.W. Spingarn's copy with his occasional small checkmarks in margins, a few underlines, and name at front paste down. Lettering a bit rubbed. Cloth has light wear and rubbing spots. A rare US first of an important work by the famous libertarian economist.

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        Mary Poppins Comes Back

      Lovat Dickson 1935 - First edition first impression from 1935 in VG++ condition, there is some toning to front endpage, no other internal markings, pages clean, binding firm, the boards are clean and unmarked, the jacket has benefited from some professional restoration now in removable protective sleeve, please see pics, PayPal accepted, any questions please get in touch. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bozen / Bolzano. - Altstadt. - Obstmarkt am Torgglhaus. - Hans Mau. - "Bozen".

      - Mischtechnik / Aquarell & Federzeichnung, auf JCA-France-Ingres-Bütten, 1935. Von Hans Mau. 46,0 x 29,5 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Rechts unten in Bleistift signiert und datiert: "Mau 35". Darunter nochmals in schwarzer Feder Titel, Jahr und Monogramm: "Bozen 35 HM". Verso Nachlass-Stempel. - Sehr guter Zustand. Hans Mau (1915 Leipzig - 1989 Leipzig). Deutscher Grafiker und Illustrator. 1932-34 Studium im Abendkursus der Kunstakademie Leipzig. 1946/47 Weiterbildung an der Leipziger Volkshochschule. 1948/49 Studium an der Kunstgewerbeschule Leipzig. 1949-52 Studium an der Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig (HGB). Gehörte neben Bernhard Heisig, Werner Tübke und Günter Horlbeck zu den wichtigsten Leipziger Schülern von Max Schwimmer, der ihm stärkste Orientierung gab. Ab 1952 als freischaffender Buchillustrator in Leipzig tätig. 1955 Auszeichnung "Schönste Bücher der DDR" für "Die seltsamen Abenteuer des Marco Polo" von Willi Meinck (Berlin: Kinderbuchverlag 1955). Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Venedig / Venezia. - Rialtobrücke. - Hans Mau. - "Venedig".

      - Mischtechnik / Aquarell & Federzeichnung, auf JCA-France-Ingres-Bütten, 1935. Von Hans Mau. 29,3 x 46,0 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). Rechts unten in Bleistift signiert und datiert: "Mau 35". Verso Nachlass-Stempel. - Rückseitig marginale Rückstände ehemaliger Montierungen. Kolorit frisch und kontrastreich. Insgesamt guter Zustand. Hans Mau (1915 Leipzig - 1989 Leipzig). Deutscher Grafiker und Illustrator. 1932-34 Studium im Abendkursus der Kunstakademie Leipzig. 1946/47 Weiterbildung an der Leipziger Volkshochschule. 1948/49 Studium an der Kunstgewerbeschule Leipzig. 1949-52 Studium an der Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig (HGB). Gehörte neben Bernhard Heisig, Werner Tübke und Günter Horlbeck zu den wichtigsten Leipziger Schülern von Max Schwimmer, der ihm stärkste Orientierung gab. Ab 1952 als freischaffender Buchillustrator in Leipzig tätig. 1955 Auszeichnung "Schönste Bücher der DDR" für "Die seltsamen Abenteuer des Marco Polo" von Willi Meinck (Berlin: Kinderbuchverlag 1955). Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Die Blendung. Roman.

      8. 515 S. OLn. 1. Ausgabe der erweiterten Fassung des 1935 erstmals erschienenen, epochemachenden Romans, mit eigenhändiger Widmung des späteren Nobelpreisträgers (1905-1994) an Rudolf Hartung (1914-1985) "... meinen ältesten Freund in Deutschland, ohne den auch dieses Buch heute noch nicht 'existieren' würde ...". Hartung war seit den Jahren nach dem Krieg mit Canetti verbunden. Diese Ausgabe der 'Blendung' hat nach und nach seinen Durchbruch in Deutschland eingeleitet.

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        MUSTERBUCH-PATTERN BOOK.

      Zurich, Switzerland: Zürcherische Seidenwebschule, 1935-6. folio. half leather, cloth. unpaginated. 2 volumes. Text in German. Two manuscript volumes on silk-weaving from the Zürcherische Seidenwebschule. Volume I (Theorie) includes a printed title, table of contents, and about 500 pages of handwritten manuscript. Therein are lithographed and zinkographed plates illustrating technical information and diagrams, two original photographs of looming machines, original trade catalogues and brochures from manufacturers of weaving machinery, and about 80 specimens of original water color samples (in a section entitled "Farbenlehre").Volume II (Dekomposition) includes a printed title. Includes a silk-woven prospect of the school on the second folio. Approximately 400 hand written pages. With 127 tipped-in color cloth samples. Tipped-in are over 400 color-marked pattern samples in various sizes, exhibiting the principles of digital programming on pattern cards enabling weaving machines to created the desired structures and patterns on the cloth. Contents, printed on the title page of the first volume, includes: I. Textilmaterialen II. Färben, Drucken, und Ausrüsten III. Vorbereitungsmaschinen IV. Mechanische Webstüle V. Jacquardweberei VI. Farbenlehre und Schaftgewebemusterung.Covers of both volumes rubbed at edges and corners. One leaf loosening in second volume.

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        Golda Meir

      [January 18, 1935]. Typed Manuscript Signed <I>“Golda Meyerson”</I> in Hebrew, three pages, 8” x 11”, separate sheets. [Eretz Yisroel, January 18, 1935]. On lightweight paper. Clip stains at upper right edge, light folds. Loose-leaf holes in blank right margin. Not translated. Fine condition.<br /><br />Headed <I>“Reminder of the Increase in Tourism in the Agricultural Industry.”</I> Summarizing this report, Meir first gives six reasons for the increase in tourism. She writes that the agricultural industry is not prepared or able to cope with the number of tourists which hinder farmers from producing the quantities needed. There is a need to have some regulations regarding the tourism industry and a need to accommodate the different groups that come to Eretz Yisroel. There is also a need to construct housing to accommodate tourists. The tourism industry will be successful if the tour guides, the Jewish Agency, and the agriculture industry are coordinated.<br /><br />On January 18, 1935, Meir wrote a letter to A. Kaplan at the Jewish Agency, enclosing this manuscript, telling him <I>“I am sending a reminder on the problems we are having with the tourism industry in Eretz [Israel]. I wish that you review the policy and hope that we are able to build some housing…”</I><br /><br />In 1928, Golda Meir was elected secretary of Histadrut’s Council for Working Women, which required her to spend two years (1932-1934) as an emissary in the United States. In 1934, when Meir returned to Eretz Israel, she joined the Executive Committee of the Histadrut and moved up the ranks to become head of its Political Department. After Hitler came to power in Germany in 1933, many German Jews moved to Palestine; many came illegally on tourist visas. The number reached its height in 1935 but then declined as a result of immigration restrictions imposed by the British. In 1935, after Golda Meir wrote this manuscript, the Jewish Agency created the Tourist Development Association of Palestine. Posters encouraging travelers to "Visit Palestine” were soon seen on the walls of travel bureaus in Europe and the United States. In 1956, upon becoming Foreign Minister of Israel, Golda Meyerson Hebraized her name to “Golda Meir.”<br /><br />

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        100% Money

      New York: The Adelphi Company,, 1935. Designed to keep checking banks 100% liquid; to prevent inflation and deflation; largely to cure or prevent depressions; and to wipe out much of the National Debt. Octavo. Original blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt. Bookplate of economic scholar M. L Burstein to front pastedown. Spine ends and corners bumped, lettering faded, ownership inscription on title page erased, otherwise an excellent bright copy. First edition. 100% Money was Fisher's proposal to eliminate economic fluctuations by requiring that demand deposits be backed by a corresponding amount of cash, an idea which had its roots in the work of Walras, Mises, and the Chicago School.

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        The Blue Castle

      London: George Harrap and Co. Ltd, 1935. First British Edition. Very Good. First British edition. 318 p. Green cloth with navy lettering. Very Good in original, unclipped dust jacket. Fore edge foxed. A little bit of edge wear and very slight foxing to endpapers. Jacket presents well but is chipped at head and tail with a spine chip clumsily affixed with masking tape on verso by previous owner, a few wear spots on verso. Price crossed out in colored pencil. An adult novel from the creator of Anne of Green Gables that is sought-after in any jacket, especially rare thus.

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        I Wasn't Born Yesterday: An Anonymous Autobiography

      New York: Macaulay, 1935. Very Good/Very Good. First edition. A little wear at the top of the boards, thus very good in very good, price-clipped gold foil dustwrapper with modest rubbing. Inscribed by both of the authors to the same recipient. Both Rivkin and Spigelgass were successful screenwriters whose credits included I Was a Male War Bride, A Majority of One, and Gypsy. A wild novel about a lady wrestler, singer, and burlesque star.

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        An Analysis of Ovaltine Advertising Appearing ion the following magazines for the issues of 1935: American, Collier's, Delineator, Good Housekeeping, Ladies' Home Journal, Liberty, McCall's, Saturday Evening Post, Time, Woman's Home Companion

      New York: Daniel Starch Consultant in Commercial Research, 1935. Near Fine. Typed report. Quarto. 41 leaves of Starch's letterhead usually typed rectos, with small photos of advertisements on facing pages. Screwbound into black leather gilt flexible covers. All the photographs appear to be present but appear to have been taped in at a later date when the glue dried (although it same to us this way). Detailed critique of each ad and how it performed in different magazines including cost per reader, effectiveness of ad, what percentage of readers viewed the ad, etc. Early detailed seemingly scientific analysis of the effectiveness of advertising.

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        Die Verwaltungs-Akademie. Ein Handbuch für den Beamten im nationalsozialistischen Staat, Bände 1 - 3 (Gesamtausgabe)

      Berlin, Industrieverlag Spaeth & Linde, 1935 - (noch zu Nr. 11691:) . . . Medicus, Reichsverwaltung und Landesverwaltung / Weidemann, Deutsches Verwaltungsrecht / Danckwerths, Der Rechtsschutz in der Verwaltung / Karl Fiehler, Deutsches Gemeinderecht / Weidemann, Gemeinde und Staat, Partei, Volk, Wirtschaft / Seel, Deutsches Beamtenrecht / Kehrl, Die Polizei / Haselmayr, Die Wehrmacht / Blank, Fürsorge und Jugendrecht / Naendrup, Bürgerliches Recht Allgemeiner Teil / Hueck, Schuldrecht / Justus Wilhelm Hedemann, Sachenrecht / Fischer, Familien- und Erbrecht / Hedemann, Grundbuchrecht / Großmann-Doerth, Wirtschaftsrecht einschließlich Gewerberecht / Mansfeld, Arbeitsrecht / Richter, Sozialversicherung / Krug, Strafrecht / Schaffstein, Strafverfahren / Vollmar, Zivilprozessrecht / Kisch, Zwangsvollstreckung, Konkurs- und Vergleichsrecht / Schlegelberger, Freiwillige Gerichtsbarkeit (Band II); Dr.Posse (Staatssekretär im Reichs- und Preußischen Wirtschaftsministerium, Berlin): Die deutsche Wirtschaft, usw. - Beiliegend Originalschreiben (zweifarbiger Briefkopf, einseitig bedruckt, Din A4) des Verlags vom 2.Mai 1939 mit folgendem Text: "Sehr geehrter Herr! Heute überreichen wir Ihnen die Lieferungen 51/52 der "Verwaltungs-Akademie". Damit hat das Werk seinen Abschluss erreicht. Im einen wichtigen letzten Beitrag enthält die Sendung ein umfassendes Sachregister. Ferner liegt ein berichtigtes Inhaltsverzeichnis bei, das wir anstelle der mit der ersten Lieferung übersandten, jetzt überholten Inhaltsübersicht abzuheften bitten. Für die Zukunft steht in die "Verwaltungs-Akademie" somit als umfassendes Nachschlagewerk zur Seite, das sie kaum jemals bei einer Frage der Verwaltungspraxis und des staatsbürgerlichen Wissens im Stich gelassen wird . . . Heil Hitler! Die Verwaltungs-Akademie Industrieverlag Späth & Linde". - Erstausgabe, EA, erste Auflage in sehr guter Erhaltung; teilweise etwas stockfleckig, wohl unbenutztes Exemplar. - Deutsches / Drittes Reich / Großdeutsches Reich, Großdeutschland, Verwaltungsakademie, Aufbau des nationalsozialistischen Staates, Ideologie / System des Nationalsozialismus, der völkische Führerstaat unter Adolf Hitler, deutsches Volksreich 1933-1945, nationalsozialistische Verwaltungsgrundsätze, Beamtenausbildung im 3.Reich, Weiterbildung / weltanschauliche Schulung der deutschen Beamten, der deutsche Beamtenkörper und seine nationalsozialistische Durchdringung, deutsches Berufsbeamtentum unter dem Hakenkreuz, Richtlinien für die deutsche Verwaltungsarbeit vor 1945, NS.-Schrifttum, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Richter, Hans Theo. - "Zwei stehende zwischen drei kauernden Kindern".

      - Radierung / Kaltnadel & Strichätzung, in Schwarz, auf gelblichem Büttenpapier, 1935/1936. Von Hans Theo Richter. Auflage 20 Exemplare. 16,1 x 20,4 cm (Darstellung / Platte) / 27 x 32 cm (Blatt). Schmidt 45. Rechts unten in Bleistift signiert. Links unten Verzeichnis-Nr. - Papier altersbedingt leicht gedunkelt. Um die Platte schwach ausgeprägter Lichtrand, kaum merklich. Rückseitig ältere Montagespuren und partiell Tuschespritzerchen. Insgesamt doch guter Zustand. Hans Theo Richter (1902 Rochlitz ? 1969 Dresden). Deutscher Maler und Grafiker. 1919?23 Studium an der Kunstgewerbe-Akademie in Dresden. 1926?31 Studium an der Dresdner Kunstakademie u.a. bei Richard Müller, Meisterschüler von Otto Dix. 1929 bezog er ein Atelier in Dresden. Ab 1932 freischaffend. Freundschaft mit Karl Kröner und Paul Wilhelm. Ab 1932 Mitglied im Deutschen Künstlerbund. 1933 Auszeichnung mit dem Rompreis des Deutschen Künstlerbundes. 1938 Auszeichnung beim Internationalen Graphikwettbewerb in Chicago. 1941 Dürer-Preis der Stadt Nürnberg. 1943 Besuch bei Käthe Kollwitz in Berlin. 1944?46 Dozent für Grafik an der Staatlichen Akademie für Grafische Künste und Buchgewerbe in Leipzig. 1947?67 Professor für Grafik an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden. Freundschaft mit Josef Hegenbarth und Wilhelm Lachnit. 1956 Berufung zum ordentlichen Mitglied der Deutschen Akademie der Künste zu Berlin. 1959 Wahl zum ordentlichen Mitglied der Bayrischen Akademie der Schönen Künste in München. 1965 Burda-Preis für Grafik in München und Nationalpreis der DDR. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Biographisches Lexikon der hervorragenden Ärzte aller Zeiten und Völker. Zweite Auflage, durchgesehen und ergänzt von W. Haberling, F. Hübotter und H. Vierordt. 5 Bände und Ergänzungsband (6 Bände, komplett).

      Berlin und Wien, Urban & Schwarzenberg 1929-1935 - Bd. 1: XXXVIII, 898 S.; Bd. 2: 926 S. : Ill.; Bd. 3: 873 S.; BD. 4: X, 964 S.; Bd. 5: 1058 S.; Erg.-Bd.: V, 426 S., 25 cm, Bibliotheksexemplar, Halbleineneinbände leicht berieben, vereinzelte Anstreichungen, gebräunt. Sprache: deu

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        North to the Orient - SIGNED

      New York: Harcourt Brace and Company, 1935. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s). A First Edition, First Printing. INSCRIBED on the half title page by the author to her cousin and his wife, Richard and Mary Scandrett, in the year of publication: " For Richard and Mary/ From Anne/ North Haven, August, 1935". Volume very good, slight offsetting to the endpapers, pages just a bit browned, lettering on spine mostly rubbed away. Scandrett bookplate on front pastedown. Very good later issue dust jacket..

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        signali u magli [Signale im Nebel]. Illustriert u.a. mit Umschlag unter Verwendung einer klischierten Kohlezeichnung durch das Atelier Mirosavljević-Kocmun

      Bora KESIĆ; Atelier MIROSAVLJEVIĆ-KOCMUT (Illustr.): signali u magli [Signale im Nebel]. Umschlag unter Verwendung einer klischierten Kohlezeichnung, klischierte Porträtzeichnung des Autors als Frontispiz und typografische Gestaltung vom Atelier Mirosavljević-Kocmun. (= biblioteka »jato«). Belgrad: Verlag der Autorengruppe »Jato« (Jugoslovenska Štampa, Zabreb) 1935. Gr.-8°. [1-8], 9-58 [59-64 (u.a. m. Bibliogr. d. „biblioteka »jato«"] Seiten. Originale hellgraue Broschur auf Maschinbütten mit rot und schwarz illustriertem, rotem Umschlagtitel. Erstausgabe dieser Gedichtsammlung des serbischen Autors Bora Kesić. Der Verfasser war Mitglied der modernistischen Literatengruppe »Jato« (Die Vogelschar), welche im wesentlich von der surrealistischen Bewegung der Gruppe um Marko Ristić beeinflußten Belgrad der frühen 1930er-Jahre wirkte, und der u.a. auch die Brüder Vasilije und Jovan Kukić sowie Miloš Djodjević angehörten. »Jato« hatte im Jahr 1931 eine Anthologie herausgebracht, die mit sieben Autorenporträts nach Bleistiftzeichnung des ehemaligen Zenit-Künstlers Mihailo S. Petrov illustriert war. Es folgen im Jahr 1932 im eigens von der Gruppe betriebenen Verlag sechs Einzelveröffentlichungen. Vorliegender, vom Zagreber grafischen Atelier Mirosavljević-Kocmun elegant gestalteter Band von Kesić gefällt zunächst aufgrund des schlanken, breitrandigen Satzes und der konsequent in Kleinbuchstaben gehaltenen Typografie. Wuchtig in ihrer optischen Wirkung ist auch die klischierte von einem satten roten Titeldruck eingerahmte Umschlagillustration. Ein durch flächiges Auftrage des schwarzen Kohlestifts atmosphärisch ausgefranstes, gleichzeitig aber prägnant konstruiertes Bild einer Frau. Umschlag minimal fett- und stockfleckig, innen einige wenige Stockflecken, sonst sehr sauberes Exemplar dieser seltenen Ausgabe. Laut OCLC, KVK und den Verbundkatalogen der Länder des ehemaligen Jugoslawien ist der Band in institutionellen Beständen weltweit nur in 5 Exemplaren vorhanden.

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        MODERN DANCE

      Merle Armitage, New York 1935 - MODERN DANCE. Copyright 1935 Merle Armitage. Wigman, Palucca, Kreutzberg, Graham, Humphrey Weidman. Compiled by Virginia. Steward. Vg. copy. Lacking dj. Rebound. in navy blue cloth, gilt spine, preserving original cover and back which present rubbing and some chips. Limited editon of 500 numbered copies, this being Nº 218 according to the original numbered lithography by Elise, exclusively for this book, printed on Strathmore Saxon Japan paper. 8 x 10"t. 155 pp. + 4 blank pages for autographs (there are none) . The original lithograph by Elise is perfect. 24 magnificent full page portraits on fabriano watermark paper. Signaling ribbon. Owner of this copy a celebrity on modern dance, teacher and coreographer WALDEEN inscribed her name on front fly leaf and made some undelining, specially on chapters devoted to Whigman, Love and Graham. This copy belonged to Waldeen, an extraordinary teacher in Europe and America. She teached in Mexico since 1940 as director of Ballet de Bellas Artes, where she received collaborations from Diego Rivera, Siqueiros, Pablo Neruda, Walter Reuter, Blas Galindo, Halfter, Chávez, Huizar, Silvestre Revueltas, Fernández Ledesma, Seki Sano and many others on music, paintingt, poetry, photographic, dramatic or coreographic work. Modern dance in Mexico started with Walden's ballet "La Coronela". In "La Danza: imagen de creación continua" (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 1982 ), she writes on and reproduces pictures of Mary Wighman, Martha Graham, Harald Kreutzberg, Doris Humohrey, Janet Eilber, etc. Waldeen called herself "Mother and daughter of modern mexican dance". Weight: 1 lb. 10 oz. ( 740 grs.) Size: 8 x 10"t ( 20 x 25.5 Cm.) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Box of Delights or When the Wolves were Running.

      William Heinemann, London, 1935. First Edition (first printing) of Masefield's seminal children's classic. 8vo. 418pp. Blue cloth, lettered in gold at spine and upper board with the publisher's motif blind-stamped to rear board. With splendid colour endpapers by Masefield's daughter, Judith, replicating the dust wrapper design, plus a series of chapter header and tail illustrations. A penny-sized area of staining to the top edge and just a trace of fading to the backstrip. Very good indeed in the fugitive dust wrapper, non-price-clipped but with some tanning to the spine panel, a touch of occasional light spotting and soiling and several slivers of loss from the spine ends. The sequel to Masefield's 1927 novel 'The Midnight Folk' continuing the adventures of Kay Harker. This volume is considerably more uncommon than its predecessor, and elusive indeed with the dust wrapper.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good.

      [Bookseller: Clearwater Books]
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