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        Green Hills of Africa

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1935 First edition, first printing. Original publisher's green cloth, dust jacket. Presentation copy signed and inscribed by Hemingway to close friend, Guy Hickock: "For Guy (look what/ I got out of your scrapbook/ now) with much/ affection, respect and the/ wish to be drunk with soon/ again/ Ernest". About very good, with the usual fading to the cloth, light foxing to pastedowns; in a jacket with some wear and chips to the extremities, spine faded and lightly soiled, and a few small tears. Guy Hickock was an American journalist who began working for the Brooklyn Eagle in 1914, then a major publication. After World War I, Hickock moved to France, where he opened up a Paris bureau for the Eagle in 1918. The Paris center also served as a travel hub for Americans in Paris, which is likely where Hickock met Ernest Hemingway. Despite Hickock being over a decade Hemingway's senior, the two were close friends in the 1920's, with Hickock assisting Hemingway as he worked in Paris and traveled abroad. In 1927, the two traveled together to Italy, a trip which would become the basis for Hemingway's short story "Che Ti Dice La Patria?" as well as an inspiration for Hickock's own journal articles. The Hemingway Review 25. Originally published serially in Scribner's Magazine, Green Hills of Africa is Hemingway's second non-fiction book, based on his 1933 safari in East Africa. The text is divided into four parts: "Pursuit and Conversation," "Pursuit Remembered," "Pursuit and Failure," and "Pursuit as Happiness." In a similar style to his first non-fiction work, Death in the Afternoon, Hemingway interweaves his recounts of hunting various animals with his vehement criticisms of contemporary authors. As John Chamberlain wrote in his 1935 review for The New York Times, "With one hand he tears out the entrails of a gazelle and strips the skin clean; with the other he rips the hide from Malcom Cowley or Waldo Frank. It is the most literary hunting trip on record.". Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.

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        First Publication of Raymond Chandler's Story "Spanish Blood" in: Black Mask, November 1935

      New York: Pro-Distributions Publishing Company, 1935 - First Edition, First Printing. New York: Pro-Distributions Publishing Company, 1935. Vol. XVIII, No. 9. A very fine copy with only the slightest hint of browning. Covers in excellent condition. Apart from Chandler's "A complete novelette", contents include the Editor's "America's Most Famous Crime Fighters" - Frederick Nebel's "Winter Kill" - Theodore A. Tinsley's "Five Spot" - John K. Butler's "'G'-Heat" - William Donald Bray's "A Keg Of Muscatel". In addition there are the four features "Winners of the Seventh Monthly Warner Bros.-Black Mask Contest", "Continuing the Great Warner Bros.-Black Mask Mystery Story Contest", "The Affair Of The Jealous Groom", and "December - A Challenge". "With his friend killed, himself in a spot, it takes all Delaguerra has to carry on." This item part of our Catlogue 9, which you can download at ygrbooks.ch. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Quartier nègre.

      Gallimard 1935 - - Gallimard, Paris 1935, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des 30 ex numérotés sur alfa, seuls grands papiers. Dos légèrement passé, deux infimes taches sans gravité en tête de la première garde. De toute rareté. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Pease & Elliman's Catalogue of East Side of New York Apartment Plans

      Privately Printed 1935 - We're hereby presenting an original (not facsimile!) (376) pg publication of the ultra~scarce architectural rarity: 'Catalogue of East Side of New York Apartment Plans'~ this being an early ca. 1930's 'new' edition originated by Pease & Elliman, (now named Douglas~Elliman) which first was published twelve years prior (in the 1920's)~ this edition is by far the most elaborate book of its kind and shows the typical floor plans of (320) East Side apartment houses~ there is both a geographical index as well as one giving the number of rooms in each apartment shown~ in descending room size order: (18) rms: #845 Fifth Ave. @ 66th St. (designed by J.E.R. Carpenter in 1920) & #410 Park Ave. @ 55th St. (designed by Julius Harder in 1914)/ (17) rms: #'s 820 5th @ 63rd St. (designed by Starrett & Van Vleck in 1916) & 907 Fifth Ave. @ 72nd St. (also designed by J.E.R. Carpenter in 1916)/ #'s 630 Park Ave @ 66th St (also designed by J.E.R. Carpenter)/ 820 Park Ave @ 75th St (designed by Harry Allen Jacobs)/ & 903 Park Ave. @ 79th St (designed by Robt. T. Lyons)~ etc!~ also present are wonderful period advertisements for merchants & vendors to the trade!~ this classic publication has since been handsomely rebound in stately navy cloth boards with gilt title stamping @ head of spine~ thus a most unique, privately~ printed biblio acquisition for the urban architectural reference library! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Cary Collection]
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        He Who Sees

      London: George G. Harrap & Co.. (1935). First. First English edition. Translated by Robert Lancaster. Boards slightly bowed and some very light scattered foxing, else about fine in a very attractive, near fine dustwrapper with a rubbed tear at the crown. Jacket art by Nina Miller-Davidson. A French biblio-fantasy -- "the study of Buddhist manuscripts enables the protagonist to learn to see the future." Rare in jacket. .

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        Vies des dames galantes

      Le Vasseur 1935 - 3 volumes sous emboîtage. Demi-reliure à coins cuir marron. Dos à cinq nerfs très richement orné. Illustrations originales de Edmond Malassis. Tirage à 450 exemplaires sur vélin teinté du Marais, le nôtre portant le numéro 332. Reliure et intérieur en très très bon état. Poids total : 3750g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ein achtblättriger Lotus - Gebete der Nacht - mit einem nirvanischen Vor- und Nachgesang. - Als Handschrift einmaliger Sonderdruck der Einhorn-Presse. Opus VII.

      Berlin, Opus VII der Einhorn-Presse bei Otto von Holten, 1935. 150 Exemplare. - FLUR 34 x 22 cm. Originalhalbpergament mit Titel und feiner Linie in Goldprägung, im einfachen PappSchuber (nur dieser gering angestaubt). 1 weißes Blatt, 15 Blätter einschließend Vortitel, Reihentitel und Titel sowie Impressum. Alle mit reichen Schmuckelementen von M. Lechter auf getöntem/handgeschöpften Alt-Bütten im Drei-Farben-Druck. Handschriftlich mit Mongramm vom Künstler signiertes Exemplar Nr.146 (von 150). Sauber und tadellos erhalten. Die Platten wurden nach Drucklegung vernichtet. 1100

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        AUGUSTE PAGEOT" - DESSIN ORIGINAL SIGNE : J. CORABOEUF 1935

      1935 - Dessin un Dessin Original au crayon à la mine de plomb, format 34 x 47,5 cm, Portrait D'auguste Pageot Maire de Nantes de trois quart, signé en bas à droite : J. CORABOEUF 1935 .Jusqu'à présent, on ne pouvait voir la photo de ce dessin qu'aux Archives Municipales de Nantes : Cote : 26Fi1169 ,Type : Tirage noir et blanc ,Consultable : OUI, Notice détaillée : Portrait d'Auguste Pageot, député maire de Nantes (Photographie d'un portrait encadré, dessiné par Coraboeuf en 1935. Photographie collée à la 4ème page du Livre d'or de l'Oeuvre des vieux militaires dont était membre Auguste Pageot).TITRE au crayon en bas au centre dans un cartouche : AUGUSTE PAGEOT, Dessin encadré dans sont encadrement d'époque choisi par J. CORABOEUF, format de l'encadrement : 72 x 56,5 cm. Auguste Pageot, né le 22 juillet 1884 et mort le 19 novembre 1962 à Nantes, est un homme politique français, maire socialiste de Nantes de 1935 à 1940, député de Loire-Inférieure de 1936 à 1940.Jusqu'à présent, on ne pouvait voir la photo de ce dessin qu'aux Archives Municipales de Nantes : Cote : 26Fi1169 ,Type : Tirage noir et blanc ,Consultable : OUI, Notice détaillée : Portrait d'Auguste Pageot, député maire de Nantes (Photographie d'un portrait encadré, dessiné par Coraboeuf en 1935. Photographie collée à la 4ème page du Livre d'or de l'Oeuvre des vieux militaires dont était membre Auguste Pageot.Voici donc l'ORIGINAL.UNIQUE.en trés bon état (good condition). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Uncrowned King

      London: Hodder and Stoughton Limited,, 1935. A True Romance of the '60's [sic] now first put on record. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine and upper board in black, blue endpapers. With the dust jacket. Ownership signature to front free endpaper. Lightly rubbed, spine rolled and a little faded, light spotting to endpapers, pastedowns bubbled and darkened with some white spots. A very good copy in the rubbed, creased and marked jacket with a closed tear repaired on the verso. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Ginger - May, 1935 Vol. 1, Number 1. Vintage American Pin-up pulp Erotica; Georges (George) Quintana Cover.

      Edmar Publishing Company, New York 1935 - New York: Edmar Publishing Co., 1935; volume 1, no. 1. 10 1/4" x 7 7/8"; pictorial wrappers; 58 pp. Nude photographs; over-18 purchase only. NOTE that cover and cover verso are deemed by the publisher, in this format, as being pages 1 & 2. High grade; precious little keeps this out of near fine at pulp grading standards - as is, very good plus. Pulp-paper contents are only lightly age toned, primarily in the margins, and are quite supple. Spine is roughened in spots but is complete. Bright, tight and striking. See scans. First issue of a famed Pin-up pulp "Good Girl" light erotica title, with what is certainly one of the all-time classic "Good Girl" illustrations, a scarce one by the somewhat mysterious Georges (George) Quintana, and on which in this particular case even supersedes the sometimes era-specific clothes, pose, and makeup of many great Quintana/Bolles/Driben/Bergey "Good Girl" covers; this precursor to Marilyn Monroe and post-cursor to Jean Harlowe (see scan) is a babe in any era. Contents include a black & white nude photographic section and a number of b&w "good girl" line drawings as illustrations of the several included pieces of soft-erotica pulp fiction. These illustrations were clearly by a number of different artists, all in "Good Girl" interpretations, and all uncredited. A dozen stories and articles in the same vein - not to mention ads for a variety of on-topic products - complete the formula. A fascinating and very scarce title and number from a uniquely American pulp genre, in rather spectacular condition, with a nearly peerless Good Girl cover. Purchaser must be over 18 years of age, please, due to the nude photographic section (though it is actually rather soft by today's standards). LG-1 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Cuisine

      Paris, Art et métiers graphiques 1935 - In-4°, broché, couverture, chemise et étui d'éditeur en papier glacé imitant une toile cirée, 146 pp TIRAGE LIMITE A 170 EX. (un des 150 ex. sur vélin d'Arches) de ce recueil de 117 recettes sélectionnées par l'auteur, originaire du Périgord, amateur d'art et de cuisine. Les recettes, en partie de sa cuisinière, Hélène Dumont, sont présentées sur des papiers de textures et de couleurs différentes 6 lithographies d'Edouard VUILLARD, 6 eaux-fortes de DUNOYER DE SEGONZAC, 6 eaux-fortes d'André VILLEBOEUF. Un des très rares ouvrages (le seul de gastronomie) illustrés par Vuillard "Of the less than a dozen lithographs Vuillard produced between 1900 and 1940, six are contained in this cookbook by his friend Laroche. The Château de Clayes, which belonged to Jos Hessel, for many years Vuillard's dealer, served as a background for the lithographs characteristic of Vuillard's intimate style" (The Artist and the Book) Etui légèrement frotté et fendillé, sinon intérieur très frais

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        The Financiers and the Nation

      Methuen & Co. Ltd., London 1935 - Signed 206 pages. Index. Signed and inscribed by author upon front free endpaper. ". A complete survey from a democratic point of view of the financial machinations of the last century." - from dust jacket. Average wear to book. Binding intact. Above-average wear to dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart cover. A sound copy. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Inside the Medium's Cabinet.

      New York: David Kemp and Company, 1935 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine in black. With the dust jacket. Lower corner bumped. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed jacket with a few small chips and fraying at the ends of the tanned spine panel. 14 plates. First edition, first impression. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To my friend Dr. Geo. M. MacRae with best wishes, Dunninger". Joseph Dunninger was one of the most famous mentalists of the twentieth century, a friend of Houdini and pioneer of performing magic on television. This volume is his exposé of spiritualism, describing it as "trickery and fraud" and analysing in detail how all the medium's illusions are performed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Olympische Spiele 1936 - Vols. 1-15

      Olympische Spiele, Berlin 1935 - Bound in one collection. The full run of Olympisches Spiele 1936, the official magazine of the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Running from July 1935 through August 1936. The magazines follow the history of the games from ancient to modern times, many photos and illustrations throughout. German language text apart from the final volume, number 15 which is in English and French. Beautiful full-colour covers all bound as presented and a fold out map of the route from Athens to Berlin. 1st edition. 4to, 15 volumes bound as one. Photographs, illustrations, black and white and colour in-text throughout plus ads. Internally very good plus condition, clean and bright. Tidy tape repair to the fold out map in volume 13 and page 17/18 of the final volume. New endpapers, red leatherette, gilt spine titles, edges and corners a little bumped and rubbed, else very good.

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        [Pulp magazine]: Weird Tales -- May 1935

      Indianapolis, Indiana: Popular Fiction Publishing Company. 1935. Magazine. Octavo. Illustrated paper wrappers. Fine with absolutely no sunning along the spine. A stunning, as new copy. This issue features the first part of what is considered to be one of the best of the original Robert E. Howard Conan stories, "Beyond the Black River." Also included is one of Robert Bloch's first professionally published short stories, "The Secret in the Tomb," as well as a reprint of the H.P. Lovecraft story, "Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and his Family." From the collection of John K. Martin, with his simple, tiny book label on the rear pastedown. John K. Martin founded the Black Sparrow Press and is perhaps best known for providing Charles Bukowski a guaranteed stipend that allowed Bukowski to leave his post office job in order to write. His private collections are renowned for the superior condition of the material. .

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        ELEGÍAS.

      Edit. Gustavo Gili. Barcelona, 1935 - . 27 cm. 232 pág., 4 h. Ilustr. con 42 grabados a la punta seca de Laura Albéniz, estampadas por Adolfo Rupérez, en el texto. Edición de 148 ejemplares numerados en papel de Arches con la filigrana de la Cometa (ej. 99/148), de un total de 191. Presentado en funda, en medio pergamino, y petaca. Con las barbas. Algún punto de óxido. Col. "La Cometa", vol. 5. * Este ejemplar es nominativo y el nombre aparece impreso, aunque existen ejemplares de esta misma tirada sin nominar. Palau 152842. Literatura castellana. Poesía. Bibliofília Libros modernos a partir de 1830 español [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria anticuaria Farré]
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        Three original ink drawings to illustrate the serial publication of William Faulkner's The Unvanquished in The Saturday Evening Post

      [West Chester, PA, ca. 1935] - The Unvanquished was first published serially in The Saturday Evening Post in 6 separate issues, 1934-5. One of the illustrations here shows the "Skirmish at Sartoris" episode, published as "Drusilla" in April 1935. Edward Shenton (1895-1977) was a prolific commercial illustrator, contributing to over 130 books, including The Yearling, Tender Is the Night and Green Hills of Africa (FAULKNER, WILLIAM) 9 x 13-1/2 in. Pen and ink, some corrections in white, on thick paper, signed, titled under the mats. Matted, light foxing [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Original typescript of a short article, "Early American Angling" with two ink corrections, and the typed initials "E. V.C." at the bottom

      N.p, n.d. [ca. 1935] - A brief but interesting survey of fly fishing in the 1840s along the eastern seaboard from Boston to Philadelphia. Connett notes a number of specific locations and individuals, and ends, "We must remember that those were the days before Brown Trout or Rainbows were found in our eastern streams. I have always felt that the introduction of Brown Trout provided just the needed incentive for the introduction of the dry fly to this country, as I have always found them to be the prime surface feeders of the trout family. But, of course, these oldtimers did some surface fishing with the many dropper flies --sometimes as many as three!--which they played on the surface." A LIVELY AND INFORMATIVE ARTICLE One page, about 500 words, 11 x 8 1/2 inches. A few marginal tears without loss, else fine. From the collection of Eugene V. Connett, III, proprietor of The Derrydale Press

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        THE GREENWELL MYSTERY

      London, Sampson Low 1935 - Publisher's red boards lettered in black, pictorial dust jacket - artist unidentified. Light rubs to covers, ink inscription on fep, a little dust soiling to prelim, a choice VG copy in a near VG p/c dj with light shelfwear, a couple of short closed tears, and some expert restoration to a 1.5cm x 2.5cm chip to spine head. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: DACOBRA BOOKS]
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        Flowers and Faces. H.E. Bates. 1935. Engravings by John Nash

      Bates. H. E. Flowers and Faces. 1935, Golden Cockerel Press. Limited Edition of 325 signed by author, engravings by John Nash. This is book number 311, the colophon states that Numbers 301-325 are not for sale. 4to. Contemporary green morocco-backed marbled boards by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, gilt titles to spine, top edge gilt. Some light discolouration of spine leather. PP53, colophon, all pages and illustrations in fine condition. Free from any marks or inscriptions. A very attractive book.

      [Bookseller: Roz Hulse Ltd]
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        The Story of a Red-Deer (Gregynog)

      Newtown, Mont. Wales: The Gregynog Press, 1935 One of the 235 copies bound in red cloth, blocked in gilt on upper cover with a stag. Spine with gilt titling. Top edge gilt, fore edge and tail uncut, unsigned, 250*190 mm, titlepage with text in red and black ink, device in green, [8], 125 pp, [3], 11 illustrations by Burroughes, with very little foxing (much less than normal), couple of tiny marks, spine edges bumped very slightly. A nice copy! (Harrop 35)Fortescue, military historian, also compiled the Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series for the years 1677 to 1698 (7 vols., 1896–1905). Later he edited County Lieutenancies and the Army, 1803–1814 (1909), and six volumes of the Correspondence of King George the Third (1927–8). See ODNB for a full Bio.

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        Autograph Letter Signed

      1935 - ("Erich W. Korngold") in black fountain ink on his Professor Erich Wolfgang Korngold, 9936 Toluca Lake, North Hollywood, Calif. letterhead, June 28, 1935. 7 1/4" x 10 1/2", 1 page (recto only). Very good (minor signs of handling; heavy traces of previous mounting on verso). Text in German and not translated. To Willes (?) Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1897-1957). Austrian born composer, was a child prodigy who, before the reached 10 years, was called a "musical genius" by Gustave Mahler. His ballet "Der Schneemann', which he wrote when he was 11, was much lauded with it was played at the Vienna Court Opera in 1910. Enjoyed great success as one of the most respected and in-demand film composers of the 1930s and 1940s. Nominated for a total of four Academy Awards, Korngold won two, for "Anthony Adverse" 1936 and "The Adventures of Robin Hood" 1938, for which he won an Academy Award for Best Original Score, and which is considered one of the greatest scores of all times. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Espejo de avaricia. (Carácter en tres actos y siete cuadros)

      - PRIMERA EDICION.- Madrid: Cruz y Raya - Eds. del Arbol, 1935.- 147 p.; 4º (24 cm.); excelente papel ahuesado, amplios márgenes con todas sus barbas.- Edición de 350 ejemplares. Dedicatoria autógrafa del autor -"A Don José María Alfaro con el afecto de siempre. Max M. 13-11-35"- en la hoja de cortesía. Impecable estado. Paradojas de la vida, Don José María Alfaro fue un Jefe falagista de la Vieja Guardia y hombre importante en el régimen de Franco. Libro en español [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Where the Clouds Can Go. By Conrad Kain. Edited, with Additional Chapters by J. Monroe Thorington

      New York: American Alpine Club 1935, 1st Edition. (Hardcover) xxi,[2],456pp. Very good. Octavo. Frontispiece (portrait) and plates (both sides) from photos. In original blue cloth with gilt lettered spine and gilt decoration on front. Minor wear to edges of boards and slight sun fading to spine. Otherwise a very nice copy. Neate K01. Autobiography of the Austrian, Conrad Kain (1883-1934), the most famous of the guides employed by the Alpine Club of Canada. He guided the first ascent of Mt. Robson in 1913 and also did Mt. Louis and Bugaboo Spire among his other climbs. Lord Amery's copy with his signature on the front endpaper. Numerous notations and markings by Amery. Also laid in loosely is a Christmas card from the Thorington's who knew Amery. This title has become quite rare especially with a great association..

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        To A God Unknown.

      New York, Covici-Friede, 1933 [1935] - Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full green morocco, titles and box design to spine gilt, raised bands, rule to boards gilt, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. A fine copy. First Edition, second issue with cancel title, one of 900 copies issued thus in the wake of the success of his subsequent novel, Tortilla Flat. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        TO A GOD UNKNOWN.

      Covici Friede.New York.,1935 - FIRST EDITION,second state with cancel title page.Originally printed in 1933 the first 598 copies from a total print run of 1498 were issued by Robert Ballou.The remaining 900 sheets were sold to Covici Friede and issued with a new title page.This copy is from that second issue.A fine bright copy finely bound in recent full green morocco,raised bands,gilt.Boards with gilt border.All edges gilt.Marbled endpapers.Gilt inner dentelles.Bound by The Chelsea Bindery of London.: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        The Vampire

      London: Hutchinson & Co, 1935. Black lettered red cloth in spectacular facsimile dust jacket. Lending Library stamp to front and rear endpapers o/w clean. Slight stain and soiling to panels. Uncommon 1st edition.. 1st Edition. Cloth. VG/Facsimile Jacket. 8vo.

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        Richard Allen: Apostle of Freedom

      Washington DC: Associated Publishers. (1935). First. First edition. 300pp., frontispiece. Very slightly rubbed, easily fine, lacking the scarce dustwrapper. Nicely Signed by Wesley with a sentiment. Biography of Allen (1760-1831), a former slave who founded the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia, the first church of that distinct religious denomination, and was co-founder of the Philadelphia Free African Society. Wesley, an important historian, was a dean at Howard University and later the first President of Ohio's Wilberforce State College (now known as Central State College). Very scarce signed by Wesley. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Butterfield 8

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. (1935). First. First edition. About fine in an attractive, good plus dustwrapper with some neat but amateurish repair, and extensive internal repair. The author's third book and second novel, and by all accounts one of his best. O'Hara's laconic journalistic style was particularly effective in illuminating the life of the middle-class American, a mantle he seems to have inherited from Sinclair Lewis. Filmed in 1960 with Oscar-winner Elizabeth Taylor, Laurence Harvey, Eddie Fisher and Dina Merrill. One of the author's best known novels. .

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        The Hardy Boys: The Hidden Harbor Mystery

      Grosset & Dunlap 1935 - Published in New York by Grosset & Dunlap in 1935. First edition according to the Carpentieri Bibliography (1935A-1). Book very good, slightly shelf-cocked, wear at ends of spine and corners, and soiling on bottom edge of pages. DJ very good, chipping at ends of spine and corners, damage to bottom 1/3 of spine repaired by previous owner with clear tape on reverse of DJ, wear and creasing to hinges, some rubbing on front, and some soiling on rear. DJ price reads "50c." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Black Peril

      John Hamilton 1935 - A very scarce title from John Hamilton. The only difference between this issue and the first edition (printed a few months earlier) is in the rear catalogue inclusions. The book appears identical. Blue cloth boards faded . Very little edgewear. Complete with all plates present. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Case of the Counterfeit Eye (First Edition, publisher's file copy)

      William Morrow, New York 1935 - First Edition. Publisher's file copy, with "OFFICE FILE COPY" stamped on the rear panel of the jacket and several penciled notations and deletions on the front flap and front endpaper. Near Fine in a Very Good or better dust jacket. Evidence of removal on the front pastedown, else book is quite clean. Jacket has no significant loss, only some rubbing at the folds, light fading to the spine panel, and small chips at the corners. A very presentable--and probably unique--copy of the sixth Perry Mason mystery. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        North to the Orient. With Maps by Charles A. Lindbergh.

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1935 - Octavo. Original dark blue cloth, titles to spine and plane design to upper board in silver, map endpapers, top edge stained blue. With the dust jacket. Spine rolled. A superb copy in the jacket that is very lightly rubbed and nicked at the extremities. Frontispiece, map headpieces. First edition, first printing. Inscribed on the half-title by both Charles and Anne Lindbergh, "For Doctor Albert H. Ebeling from Charles A. Lindbergh and Anne Morrow Lindbergh – 1935". The recipient was a long-time colleague of Alexis Carrel, Lindbergh's collaborator and co-author of the book "The Culture of Organs". Lindbergh and Carrel worked together to create the "perfusion pump", which would allow living organs to exist outside the body during surgery. It was Carrel's idea of "genetic superiority" in certain human strains that caused controversy and accusations of anti-Semitism against Lindbergh. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        To A God Unknown.

      NY, Covici Friede, n.d. (1935 - NY, Covici Friede, n.d. (1935), first edition thus, dust jacket. Hardcover. This is the first edition, second issue comprised of first edition sheets with the title page a cancel, issued in a new and different dust jacket and what seems as the usual Covici Friede binding of light brown cloth with a variation of its usual decor, in this case the horizontal rule is green with author, title, publisher, and two ornaments also in green, Goldstone & Payne A3c, Morrow 23. Near fine copy of the book in a fine jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James M. Dourgarian, Bookman ABAA]
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        Butterfield 8

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. (1935). First. First edition. Short tear at the foot and a small neat repair to the paper over the front hinge, a very good copy in a good only, but presentable dustwrapper with some chipping, and repairs. Inscribed by the author to fellow novelist Ben Ames Williams: "To Ben Williams Cordially John O'Hara." The author's third book and second novel, and by all accounts one of his best. O'Hara's laconic journalistic style was particularly effective in illuminating the life of the middle-class American, a mantle he seems to have inherited from Sinclair Lewis. Filmed in 1960 with Oscar-winner Elizabeth Taylor, Laurence Harvey, Eddie Fisher, and Dina Merrill. One of the author's best known novels, and seldom found inscribed, especially with a nice association. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        From Death to Morning [Signed and Dated]

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1935 - A Very Good + copy of the first edition, first printing - with Scribner's colophon and its "A" on the copyright page and "rer" for "her" on page 59, line 21 (some fading to the topstain, front board's lower leading corner bumped, some dulling to the publisher name at the spine tail, small amount of darkening to the spine head consistent with the bit of chipping to the dust jacket's spine head, short thin line of fading to the top of the rear board's inner edge), in a Very Good dust jacket (minor chipping to the spine ends - not affecting the lettering, modest wear to panel edges, light vertical crease line to front panel, small chips to corners), SIGNED AND DATED BY THOMAS WOLFE on the half-title as follows: "Thomas Wolfe / Nov 24, 1935"; Thomas Wolfe's debut collection short stories presenting fourteen short stories, seven of which were previously published in various periodicals and seven of which were first published in this book. Of Wolfe, Sinclair Lewis, the first American to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, said of Wolfe: "He may have a chance to be the greatest American writer. In fact I don't see why he should not be one of the greatest world writers." Sadly, Wolfe died at age 37 and thus had the shortest writing career of any major novelist during his time, lasting only about half as long as did the writing careers of Fitzgerald, Hemingway, and Faulkner. Upon Wolfe's death, Faulkner declared that Wolfe may have had the best talent of their generation. A Very Good + copy of the debut collection of short stories from one of the most important writers of modern American Literature who some compared to Walt Whitman. Due to Wolfe's untimely early death, signed copies of this debut work are uncommon. A Very Good + copy of a notable debut from one of America's internationally-acclaimed and most notable authors. SCARCE. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC (IOBA)]
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        Butterfield 8

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. (1935). First. First edition. About fine in an attractive, good plus dustwrapper with some neat but amateurish repair, and extensive internal repair. The author's third book and second novel, and by all accounts one of his best. O'Hara's laconic journalistic style was particularly effective in illuminating the life of the middle-class American, a mantle he seems to have inherited from Sinclair Lewis. Filmed in 1960 with Oscar-winner Elizabeth Taylor, Laurence Harvey, Eddie Fisher and Dina Merrill. One of the author's best known novels. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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