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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

      [Bookseller: Wissenschaftliches Antiquariat Köln]
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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..

      [Bookseller: James Graham, Bookseller]
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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.

      [Bookseller: Domenico Jacono - VdAÖ / ILAB]
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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]

      [Bookseller: GoceloBooks]
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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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        Illustrations of the Book of Job. Introduction by Laurence Binyon and Geoffrey Keynes.

      New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1935. Large 4to, fasicles 1 through 5, annotated by Arnold Fawcus. Fasicle 6 in sheets, unbound. Enclosed in a original blue cloth box. Plates are near fine (and often splendid), box shows signs of wear. A magnificent production, showing for the first time the three colored sets done by Blake and the drawings for the smaller set, as well as reproducing in fine facsimile the proof issue of the first printing. Issued in a small edition and hard to find in good condition. Bentley, Blake Books, 374. "The 134 plates of this excellent edition include Blake's pencil drawings and water-colours and proofs of his engravings. For the genesis of Job it is of crucial importance." Despite the Trianon Press edition of 1987, this edition is still a necessity as it reproduces in color a set not reproduced in color in the Trianon edition.

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        War is a Racket

      Round Table Press, Inc. iv, 52 pages. First printing. "War is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious." - from page 1. Butler knew his subject intimately, having served in numerous military actions around the world while coming to his conclusion. He died five years after publication as the most decorated Marine in U.S. history until that time. Somewhat above-average wear to pale red cloth-covered boards. Lengthy openings along each side of backstrip which is all but loose. Binding intact. Small chip from bottom of page one. Usual library markings. We find the library markings to contribute to the value of this copy as they include nine date stamps from 1935 through 1971, indicating the strong interest in this profound work - which continues to this day. Dust jacket not included. Former Library Copy

      [Bookseller: Online Bookshop Jim and Mina Stachow]
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        The Golden Bough [twelve volume set, complete]

      New York: Macmillan Company, 1935. Later printing of the third and final edition Frazer's monumental work, complete, although a supplemental volume was published in 1937. Twelve volume set, full green cloth, gilt titling & mistletoe design. Light wear, minor rubbing to covers, a few tiny spots; ink name on each front free ensheet, gift note in the first volume of Balder the Beautiful; minor tanning to endsheets, Taboo volume shows light foxing to the endsheets, inner hinges of Index volume mended; a former owner had pencilled the order of each volume on the spine, which we have erased, though faint traces remain visible; minor stains to a few top page edges; no other markings noted - a handsome set. International shipping will be extra - please inquire for a quote.. Later Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Octavo. Set.

      [Bookseller: Bookworks]
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        These Things The Poets Said (With The Publisher's Promotional Flyer)

      The sole UK printing published by The Pear Tree Press in 1935. Number 72 of only 150 copies. Accompanied by the publisher's scarce promotional flyer from 1938 which is a folded sheet in four detailing this title. The BOOK is in near Fine condition. A little toning to the board edges. The fragile spine is intact. Some offsetting to the end papers. Free from erasures and inscriptions. A collection of poems : these things the poets said of fellow poet Edward Thomas. Decorations by James Guthrie. Scarce and collectible. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.

      [Bookseller: Ashton Rare Books ABA, PBFA, ILAB]
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        Ulysses by James Joyce 1935 Signed by Henri Matisse #1219/1500

      The Limited Editions Club 1935 - The book is in very good condition. The Gilt illustration to the front cover is bright. There is some light rubbing to the outside boards. There are no signatures, bookplates, or markings of any kind in the book. This book contains all 6 six soft-ground etchings and all twenty reproductions of preliminary drawings on yellow and blue paper, with none missing, removed, or loose. They are all in excellent condition. The pages are clean and free of any foxing. The book comes with a custom folding case (not original). The case has some wear and marks. This is the limited edition #1219/1500 signed by Henri Matisse. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Lion's End, Antiquarian Books]
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        Schlicht u. Vornehm [together with] Ruhige Wand.

      [German] 1935 [and] 1936. Two vols., oblong 8vo., unpaginated, screen-printed wallpaper samples with numbers stamped to verso, with a pricelist on front pastedown, vol. one has b&w photos of wallpaper applied to rooms. Original bolted quarter brown or blue cloth, wallpaper covered boards with brown or blue lettering on upper board. Edges slightly worn; very good. Scarce catalogues from pre-WWII German wallpaper company Oltros. Samples are mostly of bright or neutral shades, some with abstract line or dot patterns, all are heavily textured, and all correspond to the aesthetics of the contemporary Bauhaus movement.

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Megalithes du Haut-Laos (Hua Pan, Tran Ninh) Vol 1+2

      Paris , 1935. Paperback. UsedGood. Megalithes du Haut-Laos (Hua Pan, Tran Ninh) Vol. 1+2 Some dust/dirt on page edges from long-term storage.

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        Tales of Mystery and Imagination, Edgar Allan Poe. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.

      London: George G. Harrap, 1935. FIRST RACKHAM EDITION. Large octavo (26 x 20cm), pp.318. With 12 fine colour plates and 17 line drawings, captioned tissue guards and pictorial endpapers. In publisher's black cloth with titles and illustrations stamped in gilt to spine and upper board. Top edge black, others untrimmed. With original illustrated dust-jacket.Pencil gift inscription to fly-leaf, dated 1984. Some chipping to jacket edges; jacket spine toned, with rubbing to joints. Very good. Queen's Quorum (their first Cornerstone title), Eric Quayle; Detective Fiction. Peter Haining; Crime Fiction. Listed in 100 Books That Shaped World History [Raftery, 2002]. Bleiler; Checklist of Fantastic Literature [1972]. Book Collector No.271, 'The Great Illustrators'; No.273; 'Amercan Sci-Fi'.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington]
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        The Star of Seville: A Drama in Three Acts

      1935 - Translated out of the Spanish by Henry Thomas. Armorial vignette in three colours on title page with elaborate Gregynog press device by Loyd Haberly in red and green at the end, printed in red and black with initial letters in green. 175 copies were printed, this one out of series. Tall 8vo., original black oasis, with a Moorish type design blocked in blind with a star motif in gilt, spine decorated in blind and gilt, t.e.g., others uncut. Newtown, The Gregynog Press. A very good, bright copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA]
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        Rajah Brooke and Baroness Burdett Coutts Consisting of Letters from Sir James Brooke First White Rajah of Sarawak to Miss Angela afterwards Baroness Burdett Coutts

      Edited, and with a running commentary throughout, by Owen Rutter. Foreword by Her Highness the Ranee Margaret of Sarawak. 1st edition. Tall 8vo. 317pp. 16pp. ads., and 17 plates. Yellow cloth, spotted and marked, though sound. Interior very good. Hutchinson, London.

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        Green Hills of Africa

      Scribners, 1935 - 1st edition, first printing (Scribner A on copyright page) Very good plus/very good (the book itself is tight and clean, save for a tiny previous owner's name on the front free endpaper; the green covers have the usual yellowing along the spine and the perimeters of the boards; the price-clipped dj is in solid condition, with some edgewear but only the slightest chipping) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Reed's Rare Books]
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        The House In Paris

      The First UK Printing published by Gollancz in 1935. The BOOK is in near Fine condition. A little pushing at the spine ends and light rubbing to the lower cover edges. The gilt titling remains very bright. Some very light spotting to the prelims. Free from inscriptions and erasures. Small bookseller's sticker to the lower front pastedown. The binding remains very tight and the book appears unread. The correct first issue WRAPPER is complete and is in exceptional near Fine condition. Some light fading and toning to the spine , upper edges and flap folds. It is remarkably clean for its age. The red lettering to the front cover remains very bright. The wrapper presents as a very attractive example in the removable Brodart archival cover. The wrapper has undergone NO restoration or repairs. A very early title from the acclaimed Irish writer Elizabeth Bowen. Such early Bowen titles are extremely hard to find in any condition. Scarce with such attributes. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.

      [Bookseller: Ashton Rare Books ABA, PBFA, ILAB]
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        La conquête de l'irrationnel

      - Editions surréalistes, Paris 1935, 12x15,5cm, relié. - Edizione originale sulla carta corrente. la metà di rilegatura ... L'invio autografo datata 1935 e firmata da Salvador Dalì al suo amico il mercante d'arte Georges Wildenstein. illustrato libro di 35 riproduzioni di opere. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale sur papier courant. Reliure à la bradel en demi box gris anthracite, dos lisse, titre de l'ouvrage et nom de l'auteur au palladium, plats de papier à motifs abstraits, couvertures conservées, tête au palladium, élégante reliure signée de P. Goy & C. Vilaine. Envoi autographe daté de 1935 et signé de Salvador Dali à son ami le galeriste Georges Wildenstein. Ouvrage illustré de 35 reproductions d'oeuvres. Bel exemplaire agréablement établi.

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        Tortilla Flat

      First Edition, First Impression (Covici Friede, 1935) with illustrations by Ruth Gannett. Original beige cloth; binding with light browning to covers; some foxing to fore-edge; small previous retailer sticker to rear pastedown. Original and unclipped dust jacket has a few tears with loss at head, including most of letter "A" of "Tortilla" on front panel. A decent example of a very scarce title, which is very hard to find in superior condition.

      [Bookseller: Fine Book Cellar, IOBA]
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        TORTILLA FLAT

      New York: Covici | Friede, 1935. First edition. Octavo, 316pp. Hardcover without jacket. Bumping and shelf-wear. Moderate edge-wear to cloth-bound boards, including faint soiling to spine. Boards bowed. Blue top-stain. Front fly-leaf has been been cut from binding. Cracked between half-title and title page. Sticker to rear paste-down end page and rear fly-leaf. Binding shakes. Good copy only. Shelve: CASE #2 Spine is beige with blue text. Dupont.

      [Bookseller: Second Story Books]
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        "Girl Campers"

      New York: Woman's World Magazine, 1935. Crime novelist Patricia Highsmith's first appearance in print, a series of letters written in 1933, when she was twelve years old, from her all-girls summer camp. Young "Patsy" exhibits many of the characteristics of precocious city kids: she laments the camp's refusal to serve her coffee, requests the Sunday comics from the New York papers, longs for ice cream sodas and the movies, and exhibits a certain hard-boiled impatience with her fellow campers' demands: "Even I know that is ridiculous." Most interestingly, for the future writer of the pioneering lesbian novel The Price of Salt, is her question to her mother about skinny-dipping: "We are going in swimming 'Diana' tonight. Miss Brownie, too. . . . Diana means without any clothes on at all. Do you think it's all right to go in Diana?" In real life, Highsmith returned from summer camp to discover that her mother and stepfather were separating. She would spend the following year at her grandmother's house in Texas, far from the New York City she loved. A revealing early piece by the author of Strangers on a Train and The Talented Mr. Ripley. Staple-bound folio magazine, 26 pages. Original color pictorial wrappers, black-and-white illustrations throughout text. Highsmith's story on pages 16 and 25. Mailing address printed to top lefthand corner of upper wrapper, lightest edgewear.

      [Bookseller: Honey & Wax Booksellers]
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        Seven Pillars of Wisdom. A triumph.

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1935 - Tall square octavo. Original brown cloth, gilt lettered spine, gilt crossed scimitar device and motto on front cover, top edge brown, untrimmed. Tipped to the front pastedown is a presentation leaf of the Philpott family (dated Christmas 1935). Very small pale stain at foot of front cover, a few light marks to binding. A very good copy. Illustrated throughout with portraits and maps. First trade edition, second impression (August 1935, one month after the first) of Lawrence's masterpiece, first issued in the unprocurable private Oxford edition of eight copies (1922) and then the sumptuous private edition of 1926. Inscribed on the front free endpaper: "To John Carter – T. W. Beaumont No. 1 Vickers Machine Gunner to T. E. Lawrence in the Arab Revolt. 9 8 86"; with, above this, the ownership inscription of John Carter. A very appealing association copy: according to his Times obituary (9 September 1991) T. W. "Tom" Beaumont (1898-1991) was "Lawrence of Arabia's number one Vickers gunner during his campaign against the Turks in Palestine in 1917-18". Beaumont's name is included in the "Nominal Roll" for the Hejaz Armoured Car Company printed in Appendix I of Seven Pillars. "In this campaign Beaumont played a notable role, not only as a machine gunner in the small force of armoured cars Lawrence had at his disposal, but also as an Arab interpreter" (ibid.). Born in Dewsbury, Yorkshire, Beaumont attempted to enlist but was rejected because he was under age. However, through an article in Motor Cycle Weekly, he found out about the Motor Machine Gun Service (later the Machine Gun Corps). This time he lied about his age and was accepted. "He soon became an expert on Vickers, Hotchkiss and Lewis guns and was already a sergeant at 18 [drafted to the Palestine theatre] Beaumont subsequently took part in railway bridge demolition operations, as well as in the many hard fought battles which took place as Lawrence's Arab forces and their stiffening of British armoured cars, captured Turkish forts on their push northwards on the right flank of Allenby's army After the war Beaumont worked in a textile firm and during the Second World War trained Air Training Corps cadets in armaments at Dewsbury He remained under the spell of Lawrence for the rest of his life, keeping in touch with him through correspondence Beaumont attended Lawrence's funeral and was present at the unveiling of Lawrence's bust in St. Paul's cathedral in 1936. On May 13, 1983, he planted a commemorative oak tree near the spot at which Lawrence had died in Dorset. He was in constant demand as an adviser on T. E. Lawrence projects, including articles, books and the David Lean film Lawrence of Arabia. However he declined to go to America to appear on cinema stages before showings of the film because he felt it was not an accurate portrayal of Lawrence" (ibid.). Lawrence's biographer Jeremy Wilson highlights the fact that it was a moment of indiscretion on Beaumont's part that led to the press getting wind of Lawrence's intention to retire from the RAF: "A few of the Englishmen who had taken part in the Arab Revolt liked to keep in contact with Lawrence, and when they wrote to him he generally made a point of replying. One of these was T. W. Beaumont, who had served as a gunner in the Hejaz Armoured Car Company". They began exchanging letters in 1931 and continued to do so up until January 1935. "None of these letters was of any consequence, but in the last, Lawrence mentioned his impending retirement. A few days after sending it, he was warned by the Air Ministry that someone from the press had been making enquiries about his movements. Then, on February 17th, the Sunday Express published an article which read: "Lawrence of Arabia Leaving the Air Force on March 1" This article alerted every newspaper to Lawrence's imminent retirement, with consequences that Lawrence cannot have begun to imagine as he worked out his last days at Bridlington Lawrence cycled away from Bridli

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        Hits and Misses. The author’s copy inscribed & signed with an original drawing. Association copy.

      The Derrydale Press, nd 1935 - First edition, the author’s copy stated “This copy is number “Author” the last word by hand, there signed by Paul Brown, and, with an original drawing in pencil on the half-title and inscribed & signed on the half-title by the author “To Kathleen and Alfred/ Very fondly/ Paul/ ‘36” of a total edition limited to 950 copies. Original gilt lettered black cloth backed cream white pictorial cloth. Seigal 93. Very good+ copy with minor soil & bumped corners. Sheets clean, unmarked, complete. Rare, probably unique. H7693 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The House In Paris

      The First UK Printing published by Gollancz in 1935. The BOOK is in near Fine condition. A little pushing at the spine ends and light rubbing to the lower cover edges. The gilt titling remains very bright. Some very light spotting to the prelims. Free from inscriptions and erasures. Small bookseller's sticker to the lower front pastedown. The binding remains very tight and the book appears unread. The correct first issue WRAPPER is complete and is in exceptional near Fine condition. Some light fading and toning to the spine , upper edges and flap folds. It is remarkably clean for its age. The red lettering to the front cover remains very bright. The wrapper presents as a very attractive example in the removable Brodart archival cover. The wrapper has undergone NO restoration or repairs. A very early title from the acclaimed Irish writer Elizabeth Bowen. Such early Bowen titles are extremely hard to find in any condition. Scarce with such attributes.

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        BABY SHOE WITH AMELIA EARHART'S SIGNATURE (AND THAT OF THREE OTHER AVIATORS)

      1935 - This is an actual white leather baby shoe, not a book. SIGNATURES Amelia Earhart Roscoe Turner; Frank Hawks (aka "Meteor Man"); (Later-to-become Admiral) R.E. Byrd (VERY faint, above bottom seam, down and to the left of Earhart's signature) Shoe is nested in a decorative, hinged, wooden box, with what appears to be a moulded (heavy) nickel(?)-plated rectangle affixed to top. Envelope affixed to inside box lid with sundry clippings and a few notes on possible sites for these air shows, which most likely all took place in Arizona. Provenance: Inside is a hand-printed note that reads: "Sheila Jansen, Born 1921. Age between 13 and 16 when [shoe was] signed, [which, given Ms. Earhart's 1937 journey of no return, would "guesstimate" the years of signing somewhere within 1934-1937-ish. We don't know if they were signed at the same airshow (possible, but unlikely).] Liked airplanes so she went to air shows. Became a Rosie The Riveter in WWII. Favorite plane was the GB". [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: AARDVARK BOOKS, Member ABAA, ILAB & IOBA]
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        The Histories of Herodotus of Halicarnassus. The translation of G. Rawlinson revised & annotated by A.W. Lawrence. To which is added a life of Herodotus and the Behistun inscription.

      #547 of 675 copies. Greek blue quarter vellum by Bain, decorated with gilt wavy lines, over blue cloth. Edges untrimmed. Top edge gilt 'on the rough'. With nine wood engravings by V. Le Campion and a series of new maps by T. Poulton. The spine is faded as usual. Very light foxing to end papers and the edges of the text block. Small book label of former owner on front paste down. A lovely copy of a book notoriously prone to fading and wear. Near fine.Issued in a dust-wrapper, which is now missing, this copy benefits from a purpose-made slip case covered in matching blue cloth. Printed in the 'Renaissance' style with the text in Plantin framed by notes in Perpetua and Felicity. Selected for the 1963 Printing and the Mind of Man exhibition as one of thirty examples of outstanding modern fine printing. (Nonesuch 102).

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        Gesammelte Werke in acht Bänden * Vorzugsausgabe in HALBLEDER Nr.158

      (noch zu Nr.13278.) . . . Über das Verhältnis der völkischen Individuation zu dem System des Weltverkehrs, Das faulende Gold, Arbeitsnot und Wirtschaftskrise - biologisch gesehen (1935), Rede an die Buchhändler (Oberammergau, 1933), Völkerverständigung, Ansprache gehalten im Rotary-Klub (München, 1935), Dankesworte gesprochen nach der Verleihung des Goethe-Preises Frankfurt 1937.- - Der Sohn des Baumeisters Franz Kolbenheyer und der Karlsbaderin Amalie Hein besuchte das Gymnasium in Eger und wurde nach dem Philosophie-, Psychologie- und Zoologiestudium an der Universität Wien 1905 zum Dr.phil. promoviert, war dort auch seit 1906 Mitglied des akademischen Corps Symposion. 1919 übersiedelte er nach Tübingen und lebte dort bis 1932 als freier Schriftsteller lebte. 1917 bis 1926 entstand sein Hauptwerk: die Romantrilogie Paracelsus. Seit 1926 Mitglied der Preußischen Dichterakademie, vertrat Kolbenheyer eine Philosophie des Biologismus: es gäbe fundamentale biologische Unterschiede zwischen den Völkern, und Eigentümlichkeiten z.B. der deutschen Dichtkunst seien auf biologische Grundlagen des deutschen Volkstums zurückzuführen. Er begründete eine Schule von Anhängern nach dem Vorbild der mittelalterlichen Bauhütten, gehörte bereits 1928 zum Förderkreis des Kampfbunds für deutsche Kultur. 1933 bis 1944 unterstützte er den Nationalsozialismus in zahlreichen Reden und Schriften und gehörte zu den Unterzeichnern des Aufrufs der Kulturschaffenden zur Volksbefragung am 19. August 1934 über die Zusammenlegung des Reichskanzler- und Reichspräsidentenamtes in der Person von Adolf Hitlers. 1940 trat er der NSDAP bei. Kolbenheyer wurde in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus vielfach ausgezeichnet und 1944 von Hitler bzw. dem Reichsministerium für Volksaufklärung und Propaganda auf eine Sonderliste - die sog. "Gottbegnadetenliste" - gesetzt, zusammen mit anderen Künstlern der Zeit wie Arno Breker, Fritz Klimsch, Georg Kolbe, Josef Thorak, Hermann Gradl, Arthur Kampf, Willy Kriegel, Werner Peiner, Leonhard Gall, Hermann Giesler, Wilhelm Kreis, Paul Schultze-Naumburg, Gerhard Hauptmann, Hans Carossa, Hanns Johst, Agnes Miegel, Ina Seidel, Hans Pfitzner, Richard Strauss und Wilhelm Furtwängler . Dadurch genoss er einige Vorrechte wie etwa die Freistellung vom Kriegsdienst. Nach 1945 wurde Kolbenheyer von den Siegermächten mit einem fünfjährigen Schreibverbot bestraft. Werner Bergengruen wertete 1946 Kolbenheyers Wirken während der NS-Zeit folgendermaßen: "In seiner großen Eitelkeit war er der Meinung, das geistige Leben Deutschlands kulminiere in seiner Person". In der Sowjetischen Besatzungszone SBZ wurden mehrere seiner Schriften auf die "Liste der auszusondernden Literatur" gesetzt (frei nach Wikipedia). - Leder-Vorzugsausgabe, Erstausgabe in sehr guter Erhaltung - Beiliegend ein Zeitungsausschnitt: "Der Dichter der bösen Idee. Ernst Guido Kolbenheyers 100.Geburtstag - doch ein Datum für die Literaturgeschichte?" Ausführlicher Beitrag von Jürgen Busche in der Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung vom 30.12.1978 - Deutsche Literatur, Kunstbuchbinderei im 20.Jahrhundert, Luxusausgabe, Prachtausgabe, Gesamtausgabe, Vorkriegs-Werkausgabe, Literaturgeschichte, deutsche Zeitgeschichte und Literatur der NS-Zeit, völkische Dichtung, völkischer Schriftsteller im Nationalsozialismus, Adolf Hitler, Führerverehrung, nationalsozialistisches / völkisches Gedankengut, Ideenwelt des Nationalsozialismus, sog. Nazi-Schriftsteller Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung

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        A DESCRIPTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE BOOKS PRINTED AT THE ASHENDENE PRESS, MDCCCXCV-MCMXXXV

      Chelsea: Ashendene Press, 1935. No. 317 OF 390 COPIES OF THE FIRST EDITION, all signed by Hornby. When Hornby wound up his 40-year publishing venture at the Ashendene Press, he issued this record of his own work, with an introduction and separate treatment for each of the books he published. Franklin notes that "as a leaf-book it scaled new heights," and that it should "be the first choice for a collector who wants to have the Ashendene Press represented, as it gives a taste of whatever was done." It is an indispensable tool for collectors of private press, and a beautiful book besides. In 40 years of bookselling, we have never encountered a copy of this work--a bibliography, after all, that was meant to be consulted--in anything approaching the outstanding condition seen here.. 343 x 235 mm. (13 1/2 x 9 1/4"). 4 p.l., 172 pp. No. 317 OF 390 COPIES OF THE FIRST EDITION, all signed by Hornby. Publisher's polished cordovan calf, gilt titling on front cover and spine, edges untrimmed. In a marbled paper slipcase. WITH 33 PLATES, comprised of 15 plates of woodcuts as well as woodcut frontispiece portrait, five plates of facsimiles, eight specimen leaves (some of them folded), and five double-sided plates of photos of bindings. Several initials hand-painted by Graily Hewitt. Printed in Ptolemy type. Hornby XL; Franklin, p. 243. Spine very slightly sunned, otherwise A PRISTINE COPY, with no signs of use. When Hornby wound up his 40-year publishing venture at the Ashendene Press, he issued this record of his own work, with an introduction and separate treatment for each of the books he published. Franklin notes that "as a leaf-book it scaled new heights," and that it should "be the first choice for a collector who wants to have the Ashendene Press represented, as it gives a taste of whatever was done." It is an indispensable tool for collectors of private press, and a beautiful book besides. In 40 years of bookselling, we have never encountered a copy of this work--a bibliography, after all, that was meant to be consulted--in anything approaching the outstanding condition seen here.

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        Oxyrhynchus. An Economic and Social Study.

      Princeton. Privately Printed. 1935.. Fine. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Book 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". .

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        Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962) - Signed 1935 Charcoal Drawing,.

      1935 - Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962) - Fine Signed Original 1935 Charcoal Drawing. A superb portrait in charcoal, with chalk. Signed, dated and titled by the artist in the lower right. Beautifully presented in a washline mount and red and gilt frame. On wove. In fine condition.Francis ("Frank") Owen Salisbury (1874 ? 1962) was an English artist who specialised in portraits, large canvases of historical and ceremonial events, stained glass and book illustration. In his heyday he made a fortune on both sides of the Atlantic and was known as ?Britain?s Painter Laureate? His art was steadfastly conservative and he was a vitriolic critic of Modern Art ? particularly of his contemporaries Picasso, Chagall and Mondrian. He was born in Harpenden, the son of a plumber and glazier, and was apprenticed to his brother in a stained-glass workshop in St Albans before winning a scholarship to the *Royal Academy, London, where he studied 1892?7. A scholarship to visit Italy in 1896 and his admiration for Renaissance frescos helped establish his taste for large scenes of pageantry. His works are in various notable collections including the Royal Airforce Museum, the National Museum of Wales and the Parliamentary Art Collection.For more information please click here. Size: Large (30-60cm) Framed: Yes Style: Realism Weight: 9000.00g [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Borgy and Bess. Partitur. Lyrics von Du Bose Heyward and Ira Gershwin.

      New York, Gershwin Publishing Corp., 1935. 4 n.n. + 559 S. OBrosch. Erste Ausgabe. - Mit eigenhändiger Signatur von Peter Kreude. Aus dessen Bibliothek. - Einband etwas fingerfleckig, leichte Gbrsp., insgesamt gut. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Musik

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        The Luck of the Bodkins - INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR

      Herbert Jenkins, London 1935 - HARDBACK - A near very good book that has been inscribed by the author to the front endpaper. The book would be graded as very good, but unfortunately the front and rear endpapers are splitting from the books gutters, there is also a chip, with a couple of closed tears to the front endpaper. A very scarce book to acquire, [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        La conquête de l'irrationnel

      first edition on the current paper.Binding half ...autograph dedication of the author autograph dated 1935 and signed by Salvador Dali to his friend the art dealer Georges Wildenstein.illustrated book of 35 reproductions of works. Editions surréalistes Paris 1935 12x15,5cm relié

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        Tortilla Flat

      New York: Viking Press. 1935. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. Good. Unrecorded variant issue - with the Viking imprint on spine and title page. In addition to the imprint changes, a dedication leaf has been added reading "Tu Susan Gregory of Monterey." Original tan cloth stamped in blue (spine cocked, some dustsoiling to cloth, glue adhesions to endpaper; some smudges to text. Virtually the entire rear panel of the jacket has been taped and glued to the front pastedown. This was likely issued during the period of time in which Pascal Covici was considering his move to Viking from Covici, Friede. Not in Goldstone & Payne - see #A4. 316, [1] pages.

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

      Villefranche, imp. C. Salingardes 1935 - 72 S.SEHR SELTEN, Erstlingswerk 8° OBroschur, leicht gebräunt, Vorsatz "hs. Hommage de auteur", unbeschnitten, leichte Gebr.spuren, sonst gut 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. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Taps at Reveille

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1935 - First printing of the first edition, first state, with pages 349-352 uncanceled and the text unrevised on pages 350 and 351. One of only 5,100 copies printed. Original dark bluish green cloth linen-grain cloth with blind single-rule border on front cover and with spine ruled and lettered in gilt. Pages 350.5-7 reads: 'he need not base himself on the adding machine-calculating machine-probability machine-St. Francis of Assis machine any longer.' And at 351.29-30 the text reads: '"Oh, catch it-oh, catch it and take it-oh, catch it," she sighed.' In the original dust jacket by Doris Spiegel, with drawings of figures from the stories against an orange background on the front pane, with the $2.50 price printed on the front and rear flap. Light bump to bottom, back spine, light tanning to end papers, else book in fine condition; in a very good to near fine dust jacket, with some browning and discoloration to spine and back cover, with professional conservation, primarily to edges and spine. The last book of short stories published during Fitzgerald's life, including Babylon Revisited. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SPICY DETECTIVE STORIES

      Wilmington, DE: Culture Publications, Inc., 1935. Small number in ink to upper right corner, a fine copy. (19426). Octavo, single issue, cover by Parkhurst, pictorial wrappers. Pulp magazine.

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        CHILD'S BOOK OF MODERN STORIES

      - (SMITH,JESSIE WILLCOX)illus. A CHILD'S BOOK OF MODERN STORIES by Ada & Elenor Skinner. NY: Dial Press, 1935 (not 1st). 4to, gilt lettered green cloth, Fine in dust wrapper (torn) in publisher's box with color plate on cover. This is an anthology of more than 40 stories, illustrated by Smith with 9 color plates including cover. An uncommon Smith title, rare in this condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Butterfield 8

      Harcourt, Brace 1935 - Inscribed "To John Gunther,/ always with all the/ best from his "brother"/ John O'Hara/ New York/ November 18, 1942". The volume is lightly soiled, bumped on the spine ends, has a 1`/16" tear on the spine crown, a fainty crease on the front endpaper, and lightly toned pastedowns and endpapers. The uniformly corner clipped dust jacket is edge rubbed, abraided and chipped on the spine ends, severly affecting the author's name on the crown, abraided on the front fold, and has creasing and short closed tears elsewhere. The volume is housed in a clamshell of gray cloth and marbled paper with gilt spine titles. The clamshell has light edge wear, corner bumping, and someone has added 3 lines of ink notes on the inside of the front panel. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Poe's Tales of Mystery & Imagination

      George G. Harrap & Company, London 1935 - Spine rubbed with small losses, top corners rubbed with abrasion, wear on cover edges. Heavy book - over 700g, may require extra postage. ; 12 Colour Plates with Tissue Guards ; 12 Colour Plates, 17 B&W Full Page Illustrations; 10.05 x 7.7 x 1.5"; 318 pages [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Stratosphere and Rocket Flight (Aeronautics): a Popular Handbook on Space Flight for the Future

      Sir Isaac Pitman, London 1935 - SUPERB PROVENANCE! From the library of the first American to takeoff with rocket-assisted flight, and who also made the first flight in the United States powered by rocket power alone! Signed and inscribed on front free endpaper: "Lieut. Homer A. Boushey Jr. 91st Observation Squadron Fort Lewis, Wash. December 1936". This was shortly after Boushey was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, with the citation reading as follows: "The President of the United States of America, authorized by Act of Congress, July 2, 1926, takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Flying Cross to Second Lieutenant (Air Corps) Homer A. Boushey, Jr., U.S. Army Air Corps, for heroism and extraordinary achievement while participating in an aerial flight on 5 October 1936, near Fort Lewis, Washington. While descending from an altitude performance flight in a new type airplane, a structural failure in the aircraft resulted in the loss of both ailerons, thereby causing the airplane to go out of control temporarily. After a descent of about 2,000 feet, Lieutenant Boushey, the pilot, motioned to his mechanic to jump and then, by skillful use of the remaining controls and at the risk of his life, brought the disabled airplane to a safe landing. The courage, sound judgment, and skill displayed by Lieutenant Boushey resulted in great monetary savings to the Government and made possible an engineering study of the structural failure of this new type airplane." Nice copy in the original blue-gray cloth stamped in black (spine sunned, some wear to boards). Despite his profound accomplishments as a pilot, his real contribution to the Air Force and the history of flight was using his Stanford engineering degree on the technical side. According to his official Air Force biography: " In 1943 General Boushey became the Air Corps' first commander of a jet organization when the 412th Fighter Group was organized on a confidential status at Muroc, Calif. In 1947 General Boushey led the first over-water flight of jet fighter aircraft when one squadron of P-80 aircraft was transferred from the Philippines to Okinawa. General Boushey graduated from the First Command Course, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., in 1946 and graduated from the Industrial College in 1949. In 1952 he was assigned to the Wright Air Development Center where he held the positions of chief, equipment laboratory; director of weapon systems; chief of staff; and vice commander. Later he was assigned to ARDC, Baltimore as assistant deputy commander for research and development, and in July 1957 he was designated deputy director of research and development, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. On July 15, 1958 Headquarters U.S. Air Force established the Directorate of Advanced Technology under the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Development. General Boushey was appointed the first director of the office of advanced technology." Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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