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        Green Hills of Africa

      Scribner, scribners 1935 - First Edition, First Printing. A beautiful dustjacket that is rich in color with slight wear and restoration to the edges. This original dustjacket has no chips or tears. The book is in excellent condition. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with a hint of wear to the edges. The pages are exceptionally clean, with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a lovely copy of this true first edition, seldom seen in such amazing condition. We buy Hemingway First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        GREEN HILLS OF AFRICA

      New York Charles Scribner’s Sons 1935 - First Edition. Illustrated with black and white drawings throughout. 8vo, original green cloth lettered in gilt over black on gilt ruled spine, upper copy with Hemingway signature facsimile in gilt. In the original decorated dustjacket. 284. A nice copy of this work, the cloth with some of the usual mellowing down to the spine panel and covers, the jacket with some minor shelf-wear or edge rubbing. SCARCE AND IMPORTANT FIRST EDITION IN THE ORIGINAL DUSTJACKET. An account of big-game hunting with digressions on literary matters; this work shows Hemingway’s further cultivation of the primitive and brutal levels contrasted with hollow culture, which he felt had cheated his generation. Hemingway would long carry the reputation of a master hunter as well as master writer. His love of the African landscape and his pursuit of African game is legendary and in his work he ‘brought into focus a great deal that is significant about human living and dying, and about the trade called literature’. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Green Hills of Africa

      Scribner, Scribner(s) 1935 - First Edition, First Printing with Scribner "A" and Seal printed on the copyright page. This ORGINAL dustjacket has some wear the spine and edges. The book is in nice condition. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with minor wear to the edges. The pages are clean, with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a lovely copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION in collector's condition. We buy Hemingway First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Just Dogs

      sp;- London -Country Life Ltd, 1935 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A charming collection of sketches of dogs by K. F. Barker. ThePopular edition. Kathleen Francis Barker was a popular British artist and writer who wrote extensively on dogs and other animals, including horses and tigers. With numerous monochrome sketches accompanied by anecdotes relating to the dogs. Condition: In a cloth coveredbinding with original unclipped dustwrapper. Externally, smart with very slight shelfwear. Dustwrapper has chipping and loss to spine and rearpanels. Five small closed tearshave been reinforced with tapeon reverse of dustwrapper. Internally, firmly bound, bright and generally clean. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEEDwith a GOOD ONLY dustwrapper.

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        Green Hills of Africa

      Charles Scribner's Sons 1935 - FIRST EDITION of Ernest Hemingway¿s ¿Green Hills of Africa.¿ Published in New York by Charles Scribner¿s Sons, 1935. First Edition as date ¿1935¿ is stated on both title and copyright pages, letter A and Scribner seal is at bottom of copyright page. Previous owner¿s signature on front free-endpaper. DJ price-clipped. Book in very good condition except that boards are noticeably sun-faded around outside edges (as seen in photos), corners slightly bumped, spine faded yellow and tips slightly bumped; back board has small white mark on bottom corner; tape residue on front free-endpaper and inside front board near spine is slightly from glue. DJ in good+ condition; shows light signs of foxing, front cover has two scratches near Hemingway¿s name, front flap is creased, all edges have minor creasing and top and bottom spine tips are chipped and creased. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Screenplay]: The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo

      [No place: no publisher]. August 5, 1935. First. Final Screenplay. Mimeographed sheets bradbound in blue wrappers. Front wrap damaged, thus overall good, internally fine. The 1935 film was directed by Stephen Roberts and featured Ronald Colman, Joan Bennett, Colin Clive, and Nigel Bruce. Very scarce. From the Library of Carter Burden. .

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        The Cave at Altamira at Santillana del Mar, Spain

      Tipografia de Archivos, Madrid 1935 - An elaborate volume on the prehistoric cave paintings of Altamira, updating a 1906 edition by Breuil and Emile Cartailhac. Large quarto with 52 plates, both black & white photographs and full color plates reproducing Breuil's original drawings of the animals in the Altamira frescoes. A number of the color plates are double pages; all are protected with tissue guards. The caves at Altamira were discovered in the 1870s and were the first caves to be found that contained prehistoric artworks. Their Spanish discoverers were ridiculed for claiming that the paintings belonged to people of the Upper Paleolithic era, and it wasn't until decades later, after numerous other such caves had been found around Europe, that this became a generally recognized truth. Breuil, a French archeologist, visited the site and made drawings of a number of the animals depicted on the cave walls for the 1906 monograph -- notably in particular a species of bison that had been extinct in Spain for thousands of years; three decades later he updated and expanded his work, taking advantage of increased access to the cave and newly available lighting. The present volume has more plates than the earlier one, and all of the earlier images have been updated and improved. The discovery of the caves at Altamira was one of the most significant archeological discoveries of the 19th century, changing forever our understanding of our human forebears. This volume was produced during the Spanish Second Republic, the relatively brief period of liberal democracy preceding the Spanish Civil War and the subsequent forty years of fascist rule. A beautiful book, three quarter bound in leather and attractively and elaborately printed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die gegenwärtige Situation in der Quantenmechanik I-III [All]," in Die Naturwissenschaften Volume 23 , 1935, pp. 807-812; 823-828; 844-849

      - FIRST EDITION, FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT OF ERWIN SCHRODINGER'S SEMINAL THOUGHT EXPERIMENT KNOWN AS "SCHRODINGER'S CAT," present here in all three papers. In May of 1935, Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen's published a paper (the famous EPR paper) on quantum entanglement that argued, in part, that quantum mechanics was not a complete physical theory. After its publication, and in a series of letters between Einstein and Schrodinger, Schrodinger became intrigued by what Einstein believed was an absurd contradiction in the application of Heisenberg and Bohr's Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics to the world of tangible objects. The experiment Schrodinger designed - as famous in physics as it is in philosophy -- illustrates the conflict Einstein and Schrodinger perceived between what quantum theory argues is true about the nature and behavior of matter on the microscopic level, and what we observe to be true about the nature and behavior of matter on the macroscopic level. Rather than an everyday object Einstein had discussed, however, Schrodinger applied his depiction of the absurdity of the Copenhagen interpretation to something living - to a cat. In the experiment, Schrodinger wrote: "A cat is penned up in a steel chamber, along with the following device (which must be secured against direct interference by the cat): in a Geiger counter, there is a tiny bit of radioactive substance, so small that perhaps in the course of the hour, one of the atoms decays, but also, with equal probability, perhaps none; if it happens, the counter tube discharges, and through a relay releases a hammer that shatters a small flask of hydrocyanic acid. If one has left this entire system to itself for an hour, one would say that the cat still lives if meanwhile no atom has decayed. The psi-function of the entire system would express this by having in it the living and dead cat (pardon the expression) mixed or smeared out in equal parts." To Schrodinger, the Copenhagen interpretation insinuates that the cat remains both alive and dead until the box is opened. "Schrödinger did not wish to promote the idea of dead-and-alive cats as a serious possibility; quite the reverse. The thought experiment serves to illustrate the bizarreness of quantum mechanics and the mathematics necessary to describe quantum states. Intended as a critique of just the Copenhagen interpretation, the Schrödinger cat thought experiment remains a topical touchstone for all interpretations of quantum mechanics. How each interpretation deals with Schrödinger's cat is often used as a way of illustrating and comparing each interpretation's particular features, strengths, and weaknesses" (Wikipedia). CONDITION & DETAILS: Berlin: Julius Springer. 4to (10.5 x 7 .75 inches; 262 x 194mm). Handsomely bound in publisher's half black leather over grey cloth boards; gilt-lettered at the spine. Near fine condition in every way.

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        TOM. (Color Frontispiece by Ben Shahn) Dedicated: "To Marion Morehouse who suggested that I make a ballet based on "Uncle Tom's Cabin."

      Arrow Editions, New York 1935 - Finely bound in woven chocolate-colored cloth stamped brightly in silver on the front boards and the spine. Very clean and tight throughout, virtually unread. This copy has been inscribed and signed by Cummings and his companion Marion: "Wishing Willard + Georgiana Trask a Happy New Year 1958 Marion(in her hand) + E.E. Cummings (in his hand), all in dark black ink. In the same color ink it appears that Cummings has written "(*)= spotlight" on the Synopsis page. A superb copy of this delightful association between the Cummings and the Trasks Williard R. Trask was a distinguished literary scholar and translator of French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, and Italian. He was also a friend and literary advisor to e.e. cummings. He and his wife Georgiana were friends of e.e. cummings and his companion Marion Moorhouse, a professional model who became cummings’ companion and who was buried beside him with the marker, "Marion Morehouse Cummings, 1906-1969." (UUHS) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        NARRATION. FOUR LECTURES

      University of Chicago Press (1935), Chicago - Quarto (7" x 9-1/8") in blue cloth stamped in black and gilt. Introduction by Thornton Wilder. Copy #101 of only 120 SIGNED by both Stein and Wilder on the limitation page. Slight fading to spine as usual. Close to Fine in a close to Fine slipcase [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        20 Tankas. Amb Gravats a La Planxa De Coure Per Jaume Pla.

      Edicions De La Rosa Vera, Barcelona 1935 - 36 hojas dobles en cartulina de hilo con el texto, un retrato del autor, un autoretrato del artista, ambos firmados a mano por el pintor, y 20 bellísimos aguafuertes originales a plena página. Edición única de 63 ejemplares, siendo el nuestro ejemplar del artista. Size: Gran Folio [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Taps at Reveille.

      Charles Scribners Sons, New York 1935 - First edition, first state, with pages 349-52 uncancelled and with "catch it" reading on page 351. Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed by the author, "For Isabel Owens Hoping we'll both be able to look back to this winter as a bleak exception, in a business way from F. Scott ("Old Scrooge") Fitzgerald". Isabel Owens worked full-time as Fitzgerald's Baltimore secretary from 1932-36. She continued part-time in this role until his death in 1940. In addition to her secretarial duties, Owens acted as a foster mother to the Fitzgeralds' daughter Scottie and companion to Zelda. A bright near fine copy with the spine gilt bright in a very good dust jacket with some professional restoration. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. A splendid association copy. Taps at Reveille was published in 1935 and is a collection of 18 short stories, the final collection of short stories Fitzgerald published. He chose for inclusion in this volume what he considered his best short stories from the previous decade. The Freshest Boy, Crazy Sunday, and Babylon Revisited are the more popular short stories. Edith Walton reviewed the collection in The New York Times (1935): "Basil Duke Lee [in The Freshest Boy] is a bright, sensitive, likeable boy, constantly betrayed by a fatal tendency to brag and boss. He knows his failing, especially after the minor hell of his first year at boarding school, but again and again he is impelled to ruin an initial good impression Mr. Fitzgerald is always miraculously adept at describing adolescent love affairs and adolescent swagger." Walton considered Babylon Revisited, however, "probably the most mature and substantial story in the book. A rueful farewell to the Jazz Age, its setting is Paris and its tone one of anguish for past follies." In 1954, the short story was cinematized by MGM and starred Elizabeth Taylor and Roger Moore's as his Hollywood debut. The Oscar winning title song, by Jerome Kern, featured first in Lady Be Good (1941) but it was popularized by its play in this beloved drama. Film critic Bosley Crowther praised it when she said, "Where Fitzgerald did it in a few words-in a few subtle phrases that evoked a reckless era of golden dissipation toward the end of the Twenties' boom-Richard Brooks has done it in a nigh two-hour assembly of bistro balderdash and lush, romantic scenes" (Crowther, 1954). Consequently, Taps at Reveille both sheds light on the literary and cinematic climate of the decade and provides insight into some of Fitzgerald's final publications. Fitzgerald dedicated Taps at Reveille to his literary agent Harold Ober, who worked also for writers of Walton's status - J.D. Salinger and William Faulkner. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Portrait photograph of Isamu Noguchi

      New York, [january 30, 1935]. (NOGUCHI, ISAMU) Variant of the portrait published in PORTRAITS: the Photographs of Carl Van Vechten, (1978), edited by Saul Mauriber. 35 x 28 cm. (Approximately 14 x 11 inches). Bust portrait of the sculptor. Gelatin silver print. Fine. Embossed stamp at lower right corner, atelier ink-tamp on verso, docketed in ink with the name of the sitter

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        The Laws of the Federated Malay States and of Each of Them in Force.

      1935 - Gibson, William Sumner, Compiler. The Laws of the Federated Malay States and of Each of Them in Force on the 31st Day of December, 1934. Revised Edition. Prepared Under the Authority of the Revised Edition of the Laws Enactment, 1932. London: C.F. Roworth, 1935. Four volumes. Original buckram, red and black lettering pieces to spine. Some shelfwear and soiling, internally clean. Ex-library. Location labels to spines, small stamps to title pages. * Only edition. Established under British auspices in 1895, the Federated Malay States were Perak, Selangor, Negri Sembilan, Pahang and Penang. In 1946 the states became part of the Malayan Union and subsequently the Federation of Malaya. The Federation became part of the British Commonwealth in 1957. In 1963 the Federation, together with Singapore, Sarawak and British North Borneo (Sabah) became a new union, Malaysia. Singapore left this union to become an independent state in 1965. Gibson's set was continued to 1941 through supplements. OCLC locates 14 copies. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 7:264. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Weird Tales Magazine ( Pulp ) / Volume 26 # 2, August 1935 ( Doctor Satan; Drome of the Living Dead; Ghost; Black Orchid; The House Party at Smoky Island; Treader of the Dust; The Eyrie, etc)

      Chicago: Popular Fiction Publishing Company / Weird Tales Magazine ( Pulp ) / Volume 26 # 2, August 1935, 1st Edition, 1st Printing - -----------pulp, about 7 x 10 inches, a solid Very Good+ copy, a bit light rubbing and wear, small chip at lower spine tip, age toning to paper but not brittle, super bright colours on the front panel, this contains: Satan in Exile [Part 3 of 4] by Arthur William Bernal; The Black Orchid by Seabury Quinn; Doctor Satan by Paul Ernst; The Drome of the Living Dead by John Scott Douglas; The House Party at Smoky Island by L. M. Montgomery; The Idol and the Rajah by Claude Farrère; In Amundsen's Tent by John Martin Leahy; Once in a Thousand Years by Frances Bragg Middleton; The Treader of the Dust by Clark Ashton Smith; Poems: Ghost by Leona Ames Hill; Old Salt by Edgar Daniel Kramer, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Scenes from the Life of Cleopatra

      London: William Heinemann. (1935). First. First edition. Spine a bit faded, else near fine, lacking the dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author to Odo Cross, author and companion of author Angus Wilson: "Odo from Mary. In memory of all the lovely things we [word obscured] Anguses have done together. Seneca June 1935." Butts stayed with Cross and Wilson in the Summer of 1935, at which time, according to Butts's journal, Cross said to her: "I'm queer, but I so love you." .

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        TWO SIGNED LETTERS; an INSCRIBED FRAMED PHOTOGRAPH and a STERLING SILVER CHRISTENING MUG.

      - Four items, comprising: 1. A four page autograph letter, dated 1.9.34, on the printed octavo letterhead of The Golfview Hotel, Nairn, Scotland, horizontally creased from folding. The letter is addressed to 'My dear Madge' [Mrs. A. H. Parkes], and reads in part: 'I am so glad that "Beggars' Horses" whiled away a few hours for you. Yes - it was a nice murder. (I knew how to do it beautifully). I have written two since that - "Sinbad the Soldier" & "Spanish Maine", & am writing an Indian one "Explosions". I'll send you early copies'. Much of the letter is to do with health - of both Mrs. Parkes and Wren, including a description of the author's ongoing heart problems: 'I go quite unconscious & turn blue & make a lot of trouble when the attacks come'. The letter is signed affectionately 'Bestest love, (Isabel hasn't really got it quite all), Christopher'. 2. A typescript letter, signed and with brief handwritten annotations, on the author's narrow cr. 4to letterhead, dated 15th June 1935, lightly creased from folding into four. This letter is also to Mrs. Parkes, thanking her for sending a portrait of her son Francis Patrick, who was Wren's god-child. It contains mainly domestic news: mention of a recent cruise; the sale of the Wrens' cottage at Beaconsfield, and the probable purchase of a new home at Farnham Common; plus a brief reference to Wren's latest book, Bubble Reputation. The letter is signed 'devotedly, P. C. Wren* (*or Christopher, of course)', and a postscript explains 'You will excuse the typewriting, won't you. My right hand is out of action again'. 3. A signed photograph of Wren, mounted and framed, inscribed on the reverse 'To Francis Patrick from his God-Pa'. (A rectangular section has been cut from the back of the frame, so that the inscription is visible). 4. A sterling silver christening mug, hallmarked [Adie Bros. Ltd., Birmingham, 1930], with the engraved inscription 'Francis Patrick Parkes with every good wish from his godparents Isabel and P. C. Wren. March 26th 1932'. In form, the mug is 11cm. high, and 9 cm. wide at the lip; a plain baluster shape onto a circular spreading foot, with a leaf decorated scroll handle. *All items are from the collection of [Francis] Patrick Parkes. The long-standing friendship between the Parkes family and the Wrens began when the two couples met on a cruise, probably in 1927, around the time of Wren's second marriage. Isabel, who is also mentioned in both letters, was P. C. Wren's second wife, and had previously been married to Cyril Graham Smith, a civil engineer with the Indian Education Service at Poona. Wren sent presentation copies of many of his books over the years, initially to Mr. & Mrs. Parkes, afterwards to their son, all signed and/or with affectionate inscriptions from the author.P. C. Wren was quite reserved about his personal life, and few photographs of him are extant. The one he sent framed to his god-son differs very slightly from that featured in those of his books which contained an author's portrait. Like the 'official' publicity photograph, the framed portrait shows him in regimental dress, with the shoulder crown denoting the rank of Major, but with the addition of a monocle over his left eye. The uniform could be that of the Poona Volunteer Rifles, which Wren joined while he was working for the Indian Education Service, although he did not rise higher in the ranks than Captain. (It is generally accepted that after he became a successful author Wren exaggerated his military experiences, particularly his unsubstantiated claim to have served in the French Foreign Legion). Together, 4 items:

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        Mimes des Courtisanes

      - de Lucien. Illustrations d Edgar Degas. Paris, Ambroise Vollard, Éditeur 1935. 4:o. No 38 of 305 Copies. Total 325 Copies. (6, 3 blank),IX,(1),83,(3) pp. + Planche I-IV + (6, 3 blank) pp. + 22 plates in black and white and colour. Later full lightbrown marocco, top edge gilt else uncut. Spine gilt in compartments black and red labels. Boards with gilt borders. Inner dentelles. Wrappers and spine preserved. Plates with tissueguards. 33,5 x 26 cm.[#\55439] [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Curse of Bigness: Miscellaneous Papers of Louis D. Brandeis

      1935. Signed by Brandeis Brandeis, Louis D. [1856-1941]. The Curse of Bigness: Miscellaneous Papers of Louis D. Brandeis. Edited by Osmond K. Fraenkel. New York: The Viking Press, 1935. ix, 339 pp. Cloth in dust jacket. Light edgewear to dust jacket, some soiling to spine, minor chipping to ends. "Louis D. Brandeis" in bold hand to center of title page, internally clean. * First edition. "Preceding the text of the reprinted matter each section of this work contains a brief note and following it a bibliography of the articles and addresses on the subject covered by that section. The reprinted articles are given in full even when parts of them appear more than once.": Foreword.

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        They Shoot Horses Don't They

      Simon & Schuster, New York 1935 - Cream colored cloth printed in crisp red and black. INSCRIBED on the front fly "To Jimmy Starr whose kindness to the "unknown" is a Hollywood tradition - with gratitude and admiration - Horace McCoy August, 1935." A very good jacket with mild creasing and tape reinforcing in a few place on the verso. 1/8" paper loss at the folds but no chipping. A fabulous incription from McCoy and a sly comment on the cold hearted Hollywod of the depression era of 1935. Size: Octavo [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        NOEL: CHRISTMAS ECHOES DOWN THE AGES

      Worcester, MA: Achille J. St. Onge, 1935. leather, title gilt-stamped on front cover, all edges gilt, boxed. Miniature Books. miniature book (6.3 x 4.5 cm). leather, title gilt-stamped on front cover, all edges gilt, boxed. unpaginated. Limited to 278 numbered copies (Bradbury, St. Onge 1). First miniature work published by St. Onge. Frontispiece with tissue guard. A collection of Christmas sayings, both religious and secular. The gilt paper covered box shows wear at corners. The book is in very fine condition.

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        Large Run of Mickey Mouse Magazine, Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories: 318 Issues, 1935-1961

      Walt Disney Productions / K.K. Publications, Inc. / Dell Publishing Co., 1935. Magazine. Good. Collection good to very good overall. Volumes from 1950 onward in significantly better condition – very good to near fine. Most earlier issues have expected toning of pages, rubbed edges with minor loss to spine and corners, a few minor tape repairs, light soil to wrappers. Some have pencil or crayon doodles or tracing on wrappers. Three early issues are missing wrappers or significant portions thereof, two have wrappers loose from text block but still included. 1935 Magazine. We have more books available by this author!. 318 issues, 1935-1961. Color pictorial wrappers. An unusually extensive collection of Disney magazines, many issues of which are quite uncommon. The original Mickey Mouse Magazine was launched largely as a promotional tool for Walt Disney Productions, and featured activities throughout along with prominent Disney characters featured in new comic book style stories. The first five years saw the first comic book appearances of such favorites as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and the first cover appearances of numerous others. Several issues are listed among the most valuable Golden Age comic books in Overstreet's guide. Includes: Mickey Mouse Magazine: Vol. 1 Nos. 2 & 3 (Oct. & Nov. 1935); Vol. 2 No. 2-4, 6, 8, 10, & 11 (Nov. & Dec. 1936, Jan., Mar., May, July [2 copies], Aug. 1937); Vol. 3 No. 2 – Vol. 5 No. 12, (Nov. 1937 – Sept. 1940). Forty-four unique issues total, with one duplicate. 34-38 pp. per issue, with the exception of Sept. 1940, which is 64 pp. Format changed twice during this run, from 8 ½ x 11 ½, to 8 ¼ x 10 ¼, to 7 ½ x 10 ¼. Walt Disney's Comics and Stories: Vol. 1 No. 1 (Oct. 1940); Vol. 1 No. 3 – Vol. 1 No. 11 (Dec. 1940 – Aug. 1941); Vol. 2 No. 1 – Vol. 4 No. 11, (Oct. 1941 – Aug. 1944); Vol. 5 No. 3 – Vol. 8 No. 3 (Dec. 1944 – Dec. 1947); Vol. 8 No. 5 – Vol. 21 No. 6 (February 1948 – March 1961 [2 copies of Vol. 9 No. 7]). A continuation of the Mickey Mouse Magazine under a new title and format, with the volume numbers reset. Whole issue numbers were recorded for these comics as well, though they did not beginning on the covers with regularity until 1942. The above issues comprise a nearly-continuous run from whole number 1-246, with only numbers 2, 12, 40, 88 missing. Two hundred forty two unique issues, with one duplicate. Originally 64 pp., later 48-52 pp. Both Mickey Mouse and Walt Disney's Comics and Stories issues feature ads inside front wrapper, and on both sides of rear wrapper. Walt Disney's Donald Duck, Dell Titles, 1942-1952: Donald Duck in the Terror of the River (Dell No. 108); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in Volcano Valley (Dell No. 147); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in the Ghost of the Grotto (Dell No. 159); Walt Disney's Donald Duck: Christmas on Bear Mountain (Dell No. 178); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in The Old Castle's Secret (Dell No. 189); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in Sheriff of Bullet Valley (Dell No. 199); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in The Golden Christmas Tree (Dell No. 203); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in Lost in the Andes (Dell No. 223); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in Voodoo Hoodoo (Dell No. 238); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in Luck of the North (Dell No. 256); Walt Disney's Donald Duck and The Pixilated Parrot (Dell No. 262); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in Land of the Totem Poles (Dell No. 263); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in Ancient Persia (Dell No. 275); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in The Magic Hourglass (Dell No. 291); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in Big-Top Bedlam (Dell No. 300); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in Dangerous Disguise (Dell No. 308); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in No Such Varmint (No. 318); Walt Disney's Donald Duck and the Magic Fountain (Dell No. 339); Walt Disney's Donald Duck: The Crocodile Collector (Dell No. 348); Walt Disney's Duck Album, Featuring 5 Complete Stories (Dell No. 353); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in Rags to Riches (Dell No. 356); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in Southern Hospitality (Dell No. 379); Walt Disney's Donald Duck in Malayalaya (Dell No. 394); Walt Disney's Donald Duck and the Golden Helmet (Dell No. 408); Walt Disney's Donald Duck and The Gilded Man (Dell No. 422); Walt Disney's Duck, Featuring 5 Complete Duck Stories (Dell No. 450). Twenty nine unique issues. 7 ½ x 10 ¼. Two issues with 'animated' covers. 32-34 pp. each. Walt Disney's Mickey Mouseâ€Â¦, Dell Comic Titles, 1939-1952: No. 16: â€Â¦Outwits the Phantom Blot; No. 27: Mickey Mouse and the Seven-Colored Terror; No. 116: â€Â¦and the House of Many Mysteries; No. 141: â€Â¦and the Submarine Pirates; No. 157: â€Â¦and the Beanstalk; No. 170: â€Â¦on Spook's Island; No. 181: â€Â¦in Jungle Magic; No. 194: â€Â¦in the World Under the Sea; No. 214: â€Â¦and His Sky Adventure; No. 231: â€Â¦and the Rajah's Treasure; No. 248: â€Â¦and the Black Sorcerer; No. 261: â€Â¦and The Missing Key; No. 268: Walt Disney Presents Mickey Mouse's Surprise Visitor; No. 279: â€Â¦and Pluto Battle the Giant Ants; No. 286: â€Â¦and the Uninvited Guest; No. 296: â€Â¦in Private Eye for Hire; No. 304: â€Â¦in Tom-Tom Island; No. 313: â€Â¦in The Mystery of the Double-Cross Ranch; No. 325: â€Â¦in the Haunted Castle; No. 334: â€Â¦and Yukon Gold; No. 343: â€Â¦in the Ruby Eye of Homar-Guy-Am; No. 362: â€Â¦and the Smuggled Diamonds; No. 371: The Inca Idol Case [2 copies]; No. 387: â€Â¦ in High Tibet; No. 401: â€Â¦and Goofy’s Mechanical Wizard; No. 411: â€Â¦and the Old Sea Dog. Twenty six unique issues, one duplicate. 7 ½ x 10 ¼. Two issues with 'animated' covers. 32 pp. each. Dell Giants, 1949-1951: Walt Disney's Christmas Parade No. 1 – 4; Walt Disney's Vacation Parade No. 1 & 2. Six unique issues. 7 ½ x 10 ¼. 96-112 pp. each. Large Feature Comics, Four Color Comics, Miscellaneous Dell Comics, 1942-1953: Pluto Saves the Ship (LFC No. 7); Walt Disney's Donald Duck (LFC No. 16); Donald Duck Finds Pirate Gold! (FCC No. 9); Walt Disney's Bambi (FCC No. 12); Walt Disney's Thumper Meets the Seven Dwarfs (FCC No. 19); Donald Duck and the Mummy's Ring (FCC No. 29); Bambi's Children (FCC No. 30); Walt Disney's The Wonderful Adventures of Pinocchio (FCC No. 92); Walt Disney's Uncle Remus and His Tales of Brer Rabbit (Dell No. 129); Walt Disney's Brer Rabbit Does It Again! (Dell No. 208); Walt Disney's 3 Little Pigs and the Wonderful Magic Lamp (Dell No. 218); Walt Disney's Seven Dwarfs (Dell No. 227); Walt Disney's Dumbo in Sky Voyage (Dell No. 234); Walt Disney's Thumper Follows His Nose (Dell No. 243); Walt Disney's Pinocchio (Dell No. 252); Walt Disney's Cinderella (Dell No. 272); Walt Disney's Alice in Wonderland (Dell No. 331); Walt Disney's Unbirthday Party with Alice in Wonderland (Dell No. 341); Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge in Only a Poor Old Man (Dell No. 386); Walt Disney's Robin Hood (Dell No. 413); Walt Disney's Pluto in Why Dogs Leave Home (Dell No. 429); Walt Disney's Goofy (Dell No. 468); Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge (Dell Uncle Scrooge No. 4, Dec. – Feb. 1954); plus single Dumbo issue without wrappers. Twenty one unique issues.

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        GOLDEN APPLES. Signed.

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1935 - Important Copy. First Edition, first issue of Rawlings second book, beautifully inscribed by her on the front endpaper, 'For Phil May, from Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, April, 1936, here were the magic isles, fruited with men's dreams.' A near fine copy in burnt orange cloth, black titles ruled in gilt, in a bright, fresh pictorial dustwrapper with some overall use. Ex-Libris Philip May, Sr., a close friend of Rawlings and her husband Norton Baskin. May acted as Rawlings' attorney in the Cross Creek Trial. Subsequent to her death, a portion of her personal library and correspondence passed to May, Sr. and then to his son, Philip May, Jr. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Colonel Weatherford's Young Entry

      New York: The Derrydale Press, 1935 - Frazier's G-9-D, an unstated deluxe, entirely uncut and taller than the regularly published edition. The present copy conforms exactly to Frazier's own, which we have also examined. Signed on the half-title: "Gordon Grand" & "Paul Brown" First edition. 8vo (9-1/2 x 6-3/8 inches). With eight plates and numerous text drawings by Paul Brown. xiv, [i], 214, [1] pp. Bound in 3/4 brown morocco, with gilt stamped spine with 2 fox masks and 2 running foxes, uncut and partially unopened. Custom half morocco clamshell. Siegel 90; Frazier G-9-D saying "obviously a beautiful Derrydale deluxe, but not stated in the limitation" and he believes it to be one of 6 copies based on a note in the Leidesdorf copy. This is the Peter Widener copy [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Funeral March of a Marionette: Charlotte of Albany

      Hogarth Press, London 1935 - First Impression ("First published 1935" on the copyright page). Small, slim 8vo; [10], 11-96pp, with a portrait frontispiece and two other full-page illustrations. Publisher's black cloth, the spine gilt; in the blue Vanessa Bell dust jacket printed in reddish-brown and priced 4s/6d. A Very Fine copy, square, tight and bright; in a Fine jacket, the spine just barely toned. Woolmer 360, one of only 1500 copies printed, and quite scarce in such superb condition. The rather odd life of the eighteenth-century duchess, spent largely in a Rome, a city to whose beauties and antiquities she was blind. Based on newly mined letters that had recently been presented to the Bodleian. Buchan was wife of the author (The Thirty-Nine Steps) and Governor General of Canada John Buchan. Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Burmese Days

      London: Victor Gollancz,, 1935. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine in green. Boards lightly rubbed, front hinge just splitting, a very presentable copy. First UK edition (first published in the US in the previous year), first impression, of Orwell's second book and first novel. Orwell's book, the result of five years service as a police officer in the Indian Imperial Police in Burma 1922-7, was initially rejected by Gollancz amid concerns that this caustic critique of colonialism might be considered libellous to those portrayed, so it was first published further afield in America. On its first publication in the UK, as here (with names changed to avoid libel cases), the novel was well received, at least among the literati, with Cyril Connolly reviewing it in the New Statesman as "an admirable novel. It is a crisp, fierce, and almost boisterous attack on the Anglo-Indian. The author loves Burma, he goes to great length to describe the vices of the Burmese and the horror of the climate, but he loves it, and nothing can palliate for him, the presence of a handful of inefficient complacent public school types who make their living there... I liked it and recommend it to anyone who enjoys a spate of efficient indignation, graphic description, excellent narrative, excitement, and irony tempered with vitriol.

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        Ideas of Order.

      New York: The Alcestis Press, 1935 - Octavo. Original cream wrappers printed in black. With the glassine jacket. Wrappers a little rubbed and marked with a somewhat dulled area to the lower half of the upper wrapper. Contents clean. A very good copy in the remnants of the glassine jacket. First edition, first printing. One of a limited edition of 165 numbered copies signed by the author on the limitation leaf; this an out of series copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        MINOTAURE N° 6 - UN GRAND DOCUMENT LITTERAIRE SUR L'ART - La couverture de ce numéro est spécialment composé par MARCEL DUCHAMP (signé par M. Duchamp)

      Paris: Minotaure revue artistique et litteraire, 1935 - Gr-4° (250x315mm)- 64pp in various colors and type of paper. Color & b/w reproductions. Minotaure N° 6 A large literary document on the Art. containing Important unpublished texts and Documents. The cover is signed by Marcel Duchamp. Includes a photograph (237x184mm) of Marcel Duchamp by Richard Lusby. Original wrappers and original paper band. In very good condition [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        LES CAHIERS DE COLETTE (numéro 1, 2, 3, 4)

      - Paris, Atelier de Daragnès (Insita Cruce Corfloret), 1935-1936, 24x31, quatre volumes. Broché, sous couverture repliée colorée. Tiré à 175 exemplaires, tous signés par l'auteur. Celui-ci porte le numéro 52 (pour M. Lambelet). Illustré de 6 eaux-fortes de Dignimont (cahier 1), 6 eaux-fortes de Daragnès (cahier 2), 6 lithographies de Moreau (cahier 3) et 6 eaux-fortes de Segonzac (cahier 4). Avec se trouve deux documents d'intérêt, une liste des principaux souscripteurs, ainsi qu'une lettre typographiée et signée du trésorier du comité des "Amis de Colette". Très bel exemplaire, seul les dos décolorés témoigne des années passées. Envoi de photographies sur demande. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Ideas of Order

      Alcestis Press, New York 1935 - First signed limited edition. This is copy 101 of a total of 165 printed. Heavy ivory paper wrapper folded over first and last leaves. SIGNED by Wallace Stevens at the colophon, and additionally inscribed by R. L. Latimer, the publisher, to Professor James B. Pratt "with admiration". Pratt was professor of philosophy at Williams College, and the author of several books, including The Psychology of Religion (1907) What is Pragmatism? (1909) and Matter and Spirit (1922). A water stain marks the fore edge of covers and pages. Otherwise near fine without glassine or slipcase. Edelstein A 2.a. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        A.E.F. ANTICOSTI EXPEDITIONARY FORCE

      Self Published 1935 - A salmon flyfishing trip to Anticosti Island when the fishing was great. [6], 61 pp. Foreword by all five authors. Illustrated from photographs throughout, 2 maps, including one of Anticosti Island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence; a chart showing the number of Salmon and Grilse caught by the 5 members of the expedition. 7½x5, green cloth-backed light green boards, front cover lettered in green. First Edition. Numbered copy of 300 copies. Inscribed and signed by one of the authors. The five authors/expedition members include Alberta C. Pew, Joseph N. Pew, Jr., Margaret R. Leisenring, Edward B. Leisenring and Jay Cooke. A scarce and desirable book. Bruns states: "Not seen." Bruns L 74. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Dramatis Personaae

      Cuala Press 1935 - this is one of a limited edition of 400 copies of this book printed by Cuala press Dublin, A true first edition first impression with errata slip laid in in excellent condition, please see photos, any questions please ask, paypal accepted. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Green Hills of Africa.

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1935 - First edition. Octavo, original green cloth. Inscribed by the author, "To Gweneth P. Beam wishing her plenty of luck Ernest Hemingway." The recipient was a secretary at Scribners at the time of publication when Hemingway inscribed this copy to her. Some light fading to the cloth as usual in a bright near fine dust jacket. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. A very sharp copy. Green Hills of Africa was published in 1935, but initially appeared in Scribners Magazine the same year (Meyers, 1985). The first edition explains that Hemingway "attempted to write an absolutely true book to see whether the shape of a country and the pattern of a month's action can, if truly presented, compete with a work of the imagination." The author's intentions were quickly confirmed when the first print-run sold a popular 10,500 copies, and it was aptly praised by The New York Times as "[a] fine book on death in the African afternoon.The writing is the thing; that way he has of getting down with beautiful precision the exact way things look, smell, taste, feel, sound." Not unlike Hemingway's virtuosic abilities, Green Hills of Africa also offers the writer's opinions on the value of his contemporaries: "The good American writers are Henry James, Stephen Crane, and Mark Twain Henry James wanted to make money. He never did, of course." Hemingway adds that most American writers are inadequate and "came to a bad end" The value of Green Hills of Africa, therefore, is three-fold. It serves as masterly written entertainment, a successful social experiment that tested the receptivity of the American public, and an insight into the author's literary evaluation. The Observer is correct when it wrote, "If he were never to write again, his name would live as long as the English language, for Green Hills of Africa takes its place beside his other works on that small shelf in our libraries which we reserve for the classics." [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Original Artwork, Manuscript Material and Illustrations for Cowboy Cutouts, Indian Cutouts, and My Indian Library.

      No Publisher. No Place [1935] - Three Elephant Folio sketchbooks. Fabulous collection of three massive sketchbooks used by children's illustrator Roger Vernam in composing his best known illustrated works of Native American and western American life published by Platt and Munk Co. of New York between the years of 1934-35. One sketchbook dated March 25 - November 1, 1935, with other two volumes appearing to be of similar vintage. Includes numerous original pencil, ink, crayon and paint rendered sketches for his toy books Cowboy Cutouts and Indian Cutouts, as well as his collection of Native American themed storybooks. Sketchbook One with 104 numbered pages, title page with headings for Indian Sketches, Animal Sketches, and School Work and including rough sketch illustrations with circus themes, baseball, dance and nude studies as well as the box-top design for My Indian Library. Approximately ten sheets removed. Sketchbook Two dedicated primarily with Cowboy Cutouts sketch work, approximately 41 sheets, including several translucent sketch sheets laid in, two experiments with color as well as two seperate four page manuscripts demarked First Draft and Final Draft, 1,300 words. Sketchbook Three dedicated primarily to Indian Cutouts, with approximately 44 sheets, with sketches for that work and including two five page manuscripts demarked 'Third' and 'Eighth' draft. All three sketchbooks in Good condition, 'newspaper stock' sheets prone to chipping at margins, tanning to paper stock, one pad lacking card-stock cover.

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        VIRGIN SOIL UPTURNED. Signed.

      Putnam & Co., London 1935 - [Banting, Frederick], Sholokhov, Mikhail. VIRGIN SOIL UPTURNED. Signed. First Edition, First Issue, First English Language Edition. Translated from the Russian by Stephen Garry. London: Putnam & Co., (1935). 8vo., pp. 488, Burgundy cloth covered boards. A near fine or better copy showing some minor foxing on the front edge & a gentle bump to the lower front corner in a splendid example of the dustwrapper, showing very light use. Originally published in 1932 as "Podnyataya Tselina" in Russia. "Virgin Soil Upturned" is the second offering in Sholokhov's major oeuvre preceded by "And Quiet Flows The Don". This is Frederick Banting's Copy of Sholokhov's Masterpiece with Banting's neatly penned signature gracing the front free endpaper. In 1923, Frederick Grant Banting [1891-1941] won the Nobel for Physiology & Medicine for the discovery [co] of Insulin & in 1965, Mikhail Sholokhov 1905-1984], won the Nobel Prize for Literature; his "And Quiet Flows The Don" Multi-Volume novel considered by many scholars & critics alike as the ultimate post-revolutionary literary work to have been produced in the old Soviet Union. Signed Banting books are rarely seen. Housed in a superb burnt orange custom clamshell case with black leather onlay uniquely designed to reflect the book's dustwrapper illustration. A beautifully presented unique Nobel Prize Association Copy linking two greats of literature & science. $1800 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        R. R. Grotte di Postumia.

      Stab. Giaccone e Morelli, Firenze. 1935 - Manifesto di cm 99x62 montato su cartone con cornice moderna. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo.

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        Spicy Adventure Stories 1935 August.

      Culture Publications Inc., Delaware 1935 - 8-35. Beautiful Fine/Very Fine condition, a true condition rarity for a pulp this age. A beautiful book with great off-white supple paper. Looks like it was just printed. Wonderful Parkhurst cover art. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall [Attributes: First Edition]

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