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        Out of My Past: The Memoirs of Count Kokovstov

      Stanford University Press 1935 - This is an ex-college library book, but with fewer than the usual markings. Otherwise the hardcover book appears lightly used and is near very good with shelfwear and bumped corners. There is no dust jacket. A nice example of a very scarce book. Expedited international shipping is not available. The delivery expectation for international shipping is 7-32 business days, depending upon customer location. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nevada, A Narrative of the Conquest of a Frontier Land. Comprising the Story of Her People from the Dawn of History to the Present Time

      Chicago and New York: American Historical Society, Inc, 1935. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. Three volumes, uniformly bound in textured brown cloth (simulating leather) with embossed illustration of a western scene. Marbled edges and endpapers. Vol. I, 634 pp; Vol. II, 507 pp; Vol. III, 528 pp. Illustrations from photographs, portraits. All three volumes with very light rubbing to extremities, internally unmarked and sound, with minor foxing on just a few pages. Volume II (only) has minor water damage (rippling) to the top margin of the last third of the volume. Paher 1755: "A set of Scrugham is a valuable part of any Nevada library; it is in several ways the most desirable of the major state histories published." Includes many biographical sketches of prominent citizens as well as a solid survey of the pioneer era, political development, mining and industry, etc.

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      New York: Hearst's International-Cosmopolitan, 1935. Original Wraps. Fine. Quarto. First appearance of these diaries by Mark Twain, in the August and September (1935) issues of Hearst's Cosmopolitan Magazine. Two issues, original pictorial wrappers; housed within a custom half-leather slipcase.

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. ]
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        Out of Bounds: the education of Giles Romilly and Esmond Romilly

      [London]: Hamish Hamilton 1935 - Spine slightly faded, some spotting of edges and prelims; dustwrapper rather worn, with some internal tape repairs. "Written with vigour and in accurate detail, [the book] affords an account, at once enlightening and provocative, of public and preparatory school life. The authors make a sweeping attack on the basis of personal experience, but they are sentimentalists no more of the 'isn't fagging wicked?' than of the 'Old School Tie' variety . . . Giles Romilly is eighteen, and Esmond sixteen, years old" (publisher's blurb). It begins: "The first days of going to school are always memorable; every detail of preparation, departure, arrival, stands out clearly in the mind for years afterwards. I can remember no day so vividly as that on which I first went to Seacliffe School, Seaford, unless perhaps the first day at Wellington College, Berkshire. I can remember what kind of day it was - warm and stuffy, like the inside of a taxicab - and what time I got up in the morning, and what I had for lunch." Aged 18, Esmond married Jessica Mitford. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Fergusson Books & Manuscripts]
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        Tall Men with Long Rifles

      The Naylor Co., San Antonio, TX 1935 - This volume is complete with the rare jacket and the author's signature on the limitation page where it shows that this is #38 of 500 copies. The book is complete but the pages are tanned, brittle & fragile, fo bookplate on the front pd, 1 small closed tear on the front flyleaf, some nibbling on some of the cover's edges, 2 bumped corners, front flyleaf torn - repaired with acid free tape. The jacket is also brittle w/nibbling on the edges, as well as spots & closed tears. Size: 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall Language: eng Language: eng [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Shirley Dyess, Inc. dbaThe Dust Jacket]
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      New York: The Hartney Press, 1935. First edition. A very good copy in a very good dust jacket with mild shelf wear to spine ends and corner tips, a vertical crease crease to the spine panel and some age darkening to the rear panel. An uncommon book in jacket. (20932). Octavo, pp. [1-6] 7-285 [286-288: blank], cloth. From the brief review in The Saturday Review, August 10, 1935 - "Murderous madman loose in New England valley kills animals and humans until young doctor traps him. Hereby awarded Malignancy Medal for 1935. More nasty people and unpleasant events you'll never find between two covers."

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        The Golden Bough: A Study in Mafic and Religion (copmlete set of all 11 volumes, plus bibliography and supplemental volume, "Aftermath")

      New York: Macmillan Company, 1935. Third Edition. Very good. Octavo, 11 volmes plus bibliography and supplemental volume (13 volumes total). Overall a very good set in the original green gilt-stamped cloth. Spines not faded, but several volumes have a few nicks to the spine ends. Hinges just starting or just cracked in a few volumes. Internally quite clean and bright. The supplemental volume, "Aftermath," was published in 1937, and is in good (only) condition, with scuffing and wear to the front board and a relatively (to the other volumes) darkened spine. Still, a nice collection of this important set.

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        Noel. Christmas Echoes Down the Ages, Recaptured by Robert K. Shaw

      Worcester: Achille J. St. Onge, 1935. (30)ff. One of 278 copies. This copy is unnumbered and inscribed "with high regard" by the author to Mrs. J. H. Soliday, i.e. H. Marion Soliday, a noted collector and member of the LXIVMOS. With her daughter and son-in-law, she wrote "Chats About Miniature Books," a true miniature book about miniature books. Also included with this copy are two sample leaves of a proposed second edition of the book that was never published. The leaves show two different settings of the title page and first two text pages, dated 1957. Noel was produced by the same companies that printed and bound the disastrous Inaugural Address of Thomas Jefferson in 1943, of which all but 33 copies were destroyed by St. Onge because of their poor quality. It is possible that St. Onge planned to republish Noel in a larger edition using a different printer and binder, but never completed the project. A collection of poetic tributes to Christmas, Noel was written by Robert K. Shaw, a librarian at the Worcester Public Library and microbibliophile whose article on miniature books led St. Onge to publish this, his first miniature book, in 1935. Frontispiece of the Madonna and child by Bernardino dei Conti, courtesy of the Worcester Art Museum, tipped in. An extremely fine, crisp copy in full red leather with the title in gilt on the front cover. A unique example of one of the most sought after St. Onge titles. (Massmann 1; Welsh 6350; Bondy, p. 169; MBC I: No. 3, p. 5; Bradbury, p. 251). (2 7/16 by 1 11/16; 62x44mm).

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        Der Schlesische Familienforscher Band 1-3, 1930 bis 1943/44, in zwei Bänden

      Vollständige Reihe, Buch 1-3 in zwei Bänden. Beigebunden sind als Beilagen, Schlesische Ahnenlisten, Das sippenkundliche Schrifttum Schlesiens 1935. --- 8 kasch. Leinen, goldgeprägte Rückentitel leicht läsiert. -- Buch 1) 1930-1936, durchpaginiert 386 Seiten + 26 Seiten + 22 + 8 Seiten. Buch 2) 1936-1941, X + 364 Seiten + Ahnenlisten Fortsetzung Seite 27 bis 102 + sippenkundliches Schrifttum 1936 Fortestzung Seite 9 bis 36, 1937 S. 1 - 25, 1938 S. 1 - 20, 1939 S. 1 - 25. Buch 3) 1943/44 Lfg. 1-3, 80 Seiten (alles Erschienene ). Die Reihe ist vollständig, die Beilagen soweit mir bekannt ist auch. Zum Druck wurde Papier von verschiedener Qualität verwendet, daher die teilweise unterschiedliche Färbung. Wenige Anstreichungen und Marginalien mit Bleistift. Insgesamt guter und solider Zustand.

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        Coral Gardens and Their Magic. A Study of the Methods of Tilling the Soil and of Agricultural Rites in the Trobriand Islands

      New York: The American Book Company, 1935. First American edition from British sheets. 116 illustrations from photographs, 27 sketch maps, diagrams and figures including 2 folding. xxv, [i], [1]-500; xxxi, [i], 350 pp. 2 vols. 8vo. Blue cloth. Spines sunned, else fine. Signed in both volumes by Ashley Montagu. First American edition from British sheets. 116 illustrations from photographs, 27 sketch maps, diagrams and figures including 2 folding. xxv, [i], [1]-500; xxxi, [i], 350 pp. 2 vols. 8vo. Superb Association Copy. With a Typed Note Signed laid in: "That Coral Garden and Their Magice [sic] came to be published by the American Book Company was due to the fact I introduced Malinowski to the President ... Ashley Montagu ...".

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        1935 New York Yankees contract for Vito Tamulis signed by Hall of Famer Will Harridge and initialed by HOFer Ed Barrow who has signed owner Jacob Ruppert's name.

      [New York], April 2, 1935. 8.5" X 11". "Partly Printed Document Signed "Vito Tamulis / 132 Bowen Street. / So. Boston, Mass." Witnessed by "Isabella Tamulis." [New York], April 2, 1935, four pages, 8.5" x 11", on two conjoined sheets, front and verso. Completed by typewriter. Signed on filing portion "William Harridge" as American League President and above Brown's signature "Jacob Ruppert (B)" by Edward Barrow, Yankees Business Manager. Fine condition.Will Harridge (1883-1971), A.L. President from 1931-1958, was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1972. Edward Barrow (1868-1953), was inducted into the Baseball HOF in 1953. As Business Manager from 1920-1945, Barrow's Yankees won 14 American League pennants and 10 World Series.Southpaw Vitautris Casimirus Tamulis (1911-1974) began his major league career with the New York Yankees on September 25, 1934, hurling 5-0 shutout in Philadelphia against Connie Macks' Athletics. Vito allowed just seven singles. Lou Gehrig hit his 48th home run of the season. In 1934, Gehrig won his only Triple Crown, leading the major leagues in home runs (49), batting average (.363), and RBIs (165). After the 1934 season, Babe Ruth signed as a free agent with the Boston Braves.From about Vito Tamulis: "The fun-loving junkballer couldn't stick with the staid Yankees despite a 10-5 rookie 1935 season [for which he was paid $3000 according to this contract]. He landed in Brooklyn, where fans loved his encounters with Cardinals slugger Johnny Mize. Tamulis would come halfway to the plate, telling Mize he would strike him out with his rainbow change. Mize would often take futile swings at the floater.""

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        Index över svenska porträtt 1500-1850 i Svenska porträttarkivets samlingar.

      I-II. Sthlm, 1935-39. XXVI,(2),456 s. & plr + XVIII,(2),457-968 s. & plr. + Svenska kungliga porträtt i Svenska porträttarkivets samlingar. Del I. Gustav I - Karl XII. Sthlm, 1943. XVIII,(2),396 s. & plr. Tre ngt nötta bruna omarokängbd med upphöjda bind och färgade övre snitt. Lite fläckiga ryggar och första volymen med några nötmärken på binden. Allt som utkom av detta användbara referensverk under redaktion av Sixten Strömbom. Bland medarbetarna återfanns Evald E:son Uggla, Carl Johan Lamm och Boo von Malmborg. De första två delarna förtecknar porträtt från Abelin till

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      London: Grayson & Grayson, [1935].. Octavo, pp. [1-2] [1-8] 9-300 [301-302: blank] [note: first and last leaves are blanks], original black cloth, spine panel stamped in gold, all edges plain. First edition. Collects fifteen stories. The last collection of new material published in Blackwood's lifetime. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 197. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 216. Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, pp. 38-40. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 3-36. Bleiler (1978), p. 25. Reginald 01403. Ashley A.41.1. Free endpapers foxed, a nearly fine copy in good plus pictorial dust jacket with wear at edges, several closed tears, shallow loss at upper spine end, and 20x25 mm closed tear at upper front corner tip. A fairy decent example of the scarce, striking jacket. (#149408)

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        HOME RANCH

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1935. First edition. Hardcover. A fine, very fresh copy in a near fine and bright dust jacket with some very shallow chips from the spine crown and foot. Will James. This copy has both the Scribner seal and the "A". Neat ink gift inscription on the front endpaper; "Bill / from / Helen / Christmas-1935." Neat bookseller tiny sticker to extreme bottom right of front pastedown (Sante Fe). A very bright solid copy with a 'Will James Bookmark" laid in. Made for this book, measures 3 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches, printed on yellow stock with illustrations and, on one side, a 'letter-like' message from the author is printed (handwriting style), and, Will James -35. The opposite side of the bookmark has a bibliography, illustrations by the author, and the publisher name at the bottom.

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      Charles Scribner's Sons, 1935., New York - First edition. Former owner's name on front pastedown sheet, completely hidden by the dust jacket flap, else fine, bright copy in price-clipped dust jacket with some minor professional restoration to spine ends and corners. While attending the running of one of America's great handicap horse races, Philo Vance, who is there playing the ponies, hears a shot and is the first to discover the body. His investigation leads him into the world of "hay burners," book-makers, betting, jockeys, and handicapping. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        "The Good Earth" by Pearl S. Buck

      Culver City, CA: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corporation, 1935. Edges rumpled, staining, especially to front wrapper, few edge nicks; apart from soil to first three or four pages, internally clean.. 4to, 119 mimeograph pages, brad bound in pale blue wrappers, stamped "Complete" and with the MGM Script Dept label on front. Very early version of the screen adaptation of Buck's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel -- it would also propel her to the Nobel Prize for Literature. Connelly (whose name is misspelled as "Connolly" on the front wrapper) was among the early writers to attempt the adaptation from the stage version. There were some twenty writers ultimately involved before the film, directed by Sidney Franklin (with an uncredited assist from Victor Fleming) and starring Paul Muni and Luise Rainer, opened in 1937. The film was nominated for Academy Awards in most major categories, including Best Picture and Director, and won two: one for Luise Rainer as Best Actress (it was the second of Rainer's back-to-back Oscars, a feat unmatched for many years and which led ironically to the abrupt end of her film career -- she would live on in Europe until 2014, when she died at age 104) and one for cinematographer Karl Freund. This is an early, and rather rough, shooting script. On a few pages there are pencil annotations in a mixture of German and English. We have not been able to compare handwriting to determine whether it might be that of Rainer or Freund.

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        Dedicated copy / Widmungsexemplar - Coincident ophthalmoscopy and histology of the optic nerve. 2 volumes (text + atlas).

      8. 181 p., 3 pates atlas with 111 coloured lithographs on tables. 23 p. text. - Dedication on the front lining: "In remembrance of pleasant hours of work together. With kindest regards Guist, Vienna 1935." Binding of the text volum waterstained. Linings foxed. Atlas volum in very good condition. Rare copy.

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        As director of part of the Tuskegee Institute, George Washington Carver writes a heartfelt letter to his first polio patient, a former student at Tuskegee

      Tuskegee, Alabama: , August 1, 1935. Tuskegee, Alabama, August 1, 1935. 8.5" x 11". "Typed Letter Signed â€

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        The Belvidere Hounds

      New York: The Derrydale Press, 1935. First edition, one of 1250 copies. Illustrated by the author. 1 vols. 4to. Original pictorial boards, tan cloth spine, a fine copy in the original printed glassine wrapper ("very rare" - Frazier), with slightest chipping at edges. First edition, one of 1250 copies. Illustrated by the author. 1 vols. 4to. In Dust Jacket. A splendid copy of this book of indescribably delightful cartoons of an old-guard pack of hounds, originally appearing in the pages of The Sportsman magazine. Siegel 87; Frazier C-1-a. Provenance: Don Frazier

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        A Reconnaissance Soil Survey of the Harbin Region (Soil Bulletin Number 11)

      The National Geological Survey of China 1935 - 135 pp., illustration, bibliography, maps. includes 10 black-and-white photographic plates and fold-out map. ex-library, call number on front cover, tears along spine, top 1 inch of spine chipped off, corner bumped, stamps on title page, color fold-out map is in nice condition as are plates 0.0 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      1935 - STOUT, Rex. THE LEAGUE OF FRIGHTENED MEN. NY: Grosset and Dunlap, [1935]. Small 8vo., black cloth, stamped in orange, in dust jacket. Reprint. Very Good (bright); some edgewear & small chips (several tears with interior repairs using archival tape) d/j. Scarce! $500.00. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      - 1935 D'art, Barcelona Ex. XXXIII/XXXIII. Aiguaforts d'A. Blanch. 1 dibuix original, i vuit dibuixos a planxa per gravar el aiguaforts. 131 p. 15x10 cm. Enq. cartoné. Amb estoig a mida. Paper japó. Estoig tacat. Estoig i Coberta deteriorats Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web. (bibliofilia, literatura catalana, llibre de bibliòfil, poesia catalana) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DISCURSOS E NOTAS. 1928-1966.

      - Coimbra Editora, Limitada. Coimbra.1935-1967. Obra em 6 volumes. De 20x14 cm. Com xxxii, [viii], 393 + xxxiii, 399 + 400 + 419 + 584 + 530,[i]. Brochados. Ilustrados com retratos de Oliveira Salazar nas capas do 1º e 6º volume e em extratexto no 4º volume. Primeira edição. Conjunto constituído por primeiras edições de todos os volumes, uma circunstância rara que muito valoriza esta obra fundamental do pensamento político do Século XX. Uma das mais importantes fontes para o estudo do Estado Novo e do pensamento e acção e Oliveira Salazar que aqui são expostos com clareza e frontalidade. O historiador António José Saraiva (que foi opositor do regime, exilado político e militante comunista) refere que quem lê os 'Discursos e Notas' de Salazar ?fica subjugado pela limpidez e concisão do estilo, a mais perfeita e cativante prosa doutrinária que existe em língua portuguesa, atravessada por um ritmo afectivo poderoso? Segundo este autor da 'História da Literatura Portuguesa' (obra conjunta com Óscar Lopes) a prosa de Salazar merece um lugar de relevo na História da Literatura Portuguesa e só considerações políticas a arredaram do lugar que lhe compete. Location/localizacao: 7-3-F-15

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        Thrice Welcome

      Southern Railway of England London 1935 - 16mo. First edition. Original printed paper wraps. Stapled. Wood engravings by Eric Ravilious. A vignette at the start of each of the three sections and a small engraving on the title page of a beach with white cliffs and a lighthouse. Colour folding map at rear showing the Southern Railway network. Light tanning to spine and with just a hint of foxing to covers and end papers. The staples are rusted but holding. Near fine. The crown and sceptre paper was commissioned by the Curwen Press for Heals in 1935 and reused for this pamphlet. The booklet was produced for the benefit of overseas visitors to the Royal Jubilee. 'Welcome to England, the land of your fathers'! Fortunately the printed invitation to obtain more information has not been torn out (as it recommends) and handed to a ticket collector. Scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Hill Bhuiyas of Orissa,with comparative notes on the Plains Bhuiyas

      Ranchi: "Man in India" Office, 1935. First Edition. With plates, folding map. Pp. [4], [iii]-iv, 320, [1], xxxviii. 1 vols. 8vo. Original red cloth. Minor rubbing at extremities, else about fine. Inscribed by the author on the flyleaf, "To Prof Dr. Sir Arthur Keith … with the reverential regards of Sarat Ch. Roy 6-4-35". First Edition. With plates, folding map. Pp. [4], [iii]-iv, 320, [1], xxxviii. 1 vols. 8vo. Inscribed. Abundantly illustrated work on the Hill Bhuiyas of the Orissa region of south central India. Uncommon. WIth an excellent presentation to British anatomist and physical anthropologist Sir Arthur Keith.

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        As director of part of the Tuskegee Institute, George Washington Carver writes a heartfelt letter to his first polio patient, a former student at Tuskegee

      Tuskegee, Alabama, August 1, 1935. 8.5" x 11". "Typed Letter Signed "G. W. Carver", 1 page, 8.5" x 11". Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, August 1, 1935. Addressed to Floyd Anderson with original postmarked envelope. Lightly toned with folds from mailing. Fine condition. Anderson was Carver's first patient at the Tuskegee Institute. A year earlier, on August 28, 1934, Carver had written to Floyd, in part, "Some time dear, I wish you write me a brief story of your case, and how the treatment has benefitted you. Dear, you are my first patient and it would be such a treasure to have it from you ..." This letter further reveals the deep bond between the patient and Carver when he writes, in part, "I had begun to grow a bit uneasy as to just how you were getting on ... I am not surprised that you are developing into a radio expert, and that they are keeping you busy with repairs. This will give you something to do, bring in a little necessary cash, which, strange to say, most boys need, and what is more important still fit you for life's great problems by giving you something tangible to do at all times ... you are nonetheless my boy, even though I do not get to see you often.""

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        Le vie de Darius Milhaud en images

      Paris, R-A Correa not dated but probably published in 1935 - 3800 Edition of 155 copies including 42 illustrations by Géa Augsbourg. Copy on papier Vélin including also two original ink drawings signed by the artist on frontispiece. Copy in near perfect conditions excluding just a minor sprain on top of left edge of cover. Spine lightly damaged. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Murder in the Cathedral

      London: Faber and Faber, 1935. 8vo. 87pp. Original purple cloth; later slipcase. A pre-publication presentation copy, inscribed by Eliot on the title: "Inscribed for Dr. John Carroll Perkins by the author T. S. Eliot" (publication of its 3000 copies was two days later on June 13th). Rev. Perkins was minister of King's Chapel, First Unitarian Church of Boston, the oldest church in the USA, from 1926 to 1933, and was well known in Eliot's society. Upon his death, Eliot wrote in his condolence letter to Perkins' wife Edith that he could express "what you know already, and what must have been said already by many friends: what a good and beautiful person Uncle John [Perkins] was, and how much loved he was. Like every one else who knew him, I shall continue to cherish every memory of his very Christian soul, of essential integrity and innocence... His own patience and humility made one rather ashamed, and his readiness to see people at their best" (The Letters, Vol 6). Mrs. Perkins was Eliot's hostess in Chipping Camden each summer from 1934 to 1939, and the Perkins' were instrumental in raising Emily Hale -- T.S. Eliot's early infatuation -- after her mother's illness. Gallup A29b. Lack dust jacket, front hinge cracked, some toning to boards, pencilings in text presumably by Perkins.

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      Hogarth Press 1935 - First edition. Original green cloth in pictorial yellow dustwrapper. A very good copy with the usual toning to the spine and some foxing to the endpapers in a very good dustwrapper indeed which just shows a little wear to the spine ends and tanning to the spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        United States of America, Petitioner v William M Butler, Et Al.

      1935 - Documentary Record of Owens v. Butler, A Supreme Court Case that Invalidated an Important New Deal Program [Trial]. [Supreme Court, United States]. United States of America, Petitioner V. William M Butler, Et Al. Receivers of Hoosac Mills Corp., Rickert Rice Mills, Inc., Petitioner V. Rufus W. Fontenot, Individually and as Acting United States Collector of Internal Revenue for the District of Louisiana. Record. Briefs. Oral Argument of George Wharton Pepper. Opinions [1935-1936] [spine title]. Washington, DC, 1935-1936. 19 items, various paginations. Folding tables. Pamphlets in wrappers bound in cloth, gilt title to spine, bound-in typewritten table of contents. Some rubbing to extremities with minor wear to corners, faint vertical crease through spine. Minor edgewear and a few tears to folding tables, internally clean. $1,500. * Assembled by an unknown attorney or law clerk, the 19 items in this volume, a 2-part transcript, 15 briefs, an oral argument and the opinion of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Owen J. Roberts form a documentary record of Owens v. Butler [297 U.S. 1 (1936)] the case that brought about the demise of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933. Part of Roosevelt's New Deal, this was a Federal law that aimed to raise the value of crops by paying farmers and ranchers to reduce production. The money for these subsidies was generated through an exclusive tax on companies that processed farm products. This led to a series of seven suits by processors, who believed they were being taxed unfairly. The most important of these was Owens v. Butler. As framed by the plaintiff's lawyers, it asserted the right of a taxpayer to question the validity of a Federal tax. The Court decided in favor of Owens, ruling that the taxes instituted under the 1933 Agricultural Adjustment Act were unconstitutional under the Tenth Amendment. As argued by Justice Roberts, the tax was not valid because it was established in conjunction with coercive contracts with proceeds earmarked for the benefit of farmers complying with the prescribed conditions. The court also held that the basic premise of the act, paying a farmer to produce less to manipulate prices, went beyond the powers of the national government. The issues raised by Owens v. Butler were addressed by the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, which continue. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Infant Ape and Human Child; instincts, emotions, play, habits.

      OFFERING: An extraordinary specimen of the first edition with a pre-publication presentation for Dr. Arnold Gesell and preserved additions mounted on blank pages. IMPORTANCE: The work is the first comprehensive report on Kohts' findings and is a primatology classic, esteemed for its extraordinary suite of photographs; "these particular pictures are little short of classic and would have delighted Darwin." [Dr. Arnold Gesell] Based on her groundbreaking observations comparing the behavior of Roody, her son with Joni, a home-raised young chimpanzee, Kohts demonstrated that there are profound differences in cognitive development for language and gesture between human and chimpanzee. Her testing paralleled the work of Wolfgang Köhler, as "they independently devised early cognitive testing methodologies." [Frans B.M. de Waal] EDITION NOTE: The first edition, Russian, except title on cover and title page in Russian and English, and with a 72 pages summary in English, including detailed contents and plate descriptions. RARITY: Rare. A worldwide institution search outside of Russia finds 17 holdings, including the American Museum of Natural History, the New York Public Library, Cornell, Dartmouth, Duke, Harvard, Yale, and the Royal College of Surgeons, University of Edinburgh. NADEZHDA NIKOLAEVNA LADYGINA-KOHTS: [1889-1963]: Pioneer cognitive psychologist, Director of the Zoological Laboratory, Darwin Museum, Moscow, Lecturer in Comparative Psychology, State University, Moscow. Kohts was the first researcher to home raise a young chimpanzee (1913-16). Her early advocacy for advanced cognition capabilities for primates has proven correct and she was the first to demonstrate color vision in chimpanzees. She maintained an extensive correspondence with Robert Yerkes from 1924 and he visited her in Moscow in 1929. Yerkes encouraged her to publish and I think it highly probable that he made the long distance introductions, speaking to Gesell about Kohts, and, in turn, speaking to Kohts about Gesell, encouraging her to contact him. (Gesell consulted with Yerkes on his comparative development table for the Rhesus macaque and Homo sapiens. [Miles, pp. 69-70] And the Yerkes-Gesell correspondence and association through the Institute of Human Relations is well documented.) ARNOLD GESELL [1880-1961]: The preeminent American child psychologist of his day, he was the founder of what is now the Yale Child Study Center and initiated the use of cinematography in child development studies in 1924, publishing "The Mental Growth of the Pre-School Child" in 1925. He would go on to use film and photography media to pursue many lines of comparative research, to document developmental milestones for children from infancy to adolescence. His magnum opus, "An Atlas of Infant Behavior" with 3,200 'action photographs' was published in 1934. SIX ADDITIONS: some mounted, those by Kohts in purple ink (her favorite color). 1) Presentation: made in English and written with strong flourishes, dated July 12, 1935, about one month before publication. 2) Signed Letter: A signed, typed letter in English from Kohts to Gesell, her signature with an extended upper stem flourish, 13 lines, December 14, 1935 date, stamped heading-Zoopsycologiches Laboratorium Moscow, requesting his views on her research; "Herewith I am forwarding to you by parcel post the product of many years of my labor, the book." ... "I am eagerly looking forward to your highly valuable comment, especially in respect of that part which deals with child psychology." 3) Mailing Envelope: with typed addresses, Gesell's delivery address at the Institute of Psychology, Yale and the return address for the State Darwin Museum, Moscow, done in Russian and English. 4) Book Review: Dr. Gesell's personal offprint copy of his 1937 review of Kohts' book in the "Journal of Genetic Psychology", no. 50, pp. 465-67; "Out of Russia comes a striking volume with an arresting title." Gesell notes Kohts' wealth of evidence for differences in communication skills and intellectual development between chimpanzees and humans; "The manifestation of emotion in pantomime is incomparably more prominent in the chimpanzee", while Kohts' son, Roody at age 1 is, "already engaged in spontaneous word building" (something the chimpanzee, Joni never demonstrated). Gesell notes also that Kohts was able to determine Joni was independently capable of 25 distinguishable sounds and that the reaction of the (young) chimpanzee and her (baby) son to seeing for the first time their mirror image was strikingly alike. 5) Clipping: of The New Yorker cartoon by Robert J. Day, showing researchers looking at infant chimpanzees and humans, the caption ending, "The Harvard entrance examinations will tell the story." In the 1930s, Day became "a master of the panoramic full-page gag in the New Yorker". [Yagoda] 6) Notations: Cartoon: "from New Yorker" added by Gesell / Contents: prologue crossed-out by Kohts / English Summary: Gesell added in pencil in margins, 5 comments and brackets and asterisks. CONDITION: Good, presentation bright, plates bright and clean, suite of photos with fine mounted plates, mount leaves bowed at fore-edge and with top corner bends. Letter: bright, tips with toning; mailing folds. / Envelope: soiling, toning, top edge fingering. / Offprint: creased corners, margin foxing, one page with large coffee stain, mostly below text. / Cartoon: toning and tip wear. Book Detail: / Pages: generally clean, front endpaper with bottom edge stains, flyleaf with fore-edge stain; title page with margin spot, pages 1-7, 481-513 and 575-96 with a light top corner stain; division sheet worn. / Covers: rubs, soiling, stains, 2 tiny ink spots; lower side bowed; spine with 5 puncture indents (4 tiny), crown with small frays and vertical tears and foot with slight fray. Gilt: s largely rubbed off letters. / Binding: reliable, needs to be handled with care, joint with closed tear. PAGINATION: Complete; 616 pages, text in four parts, Behavior of infant chimpanzee / Behavior of human child / Analysis of behavior of man and ape / English Summary; illustrated with 744 illustrations on 146 captioned plates, with b/w photo frontispiece, color portraits of Roody and Joni + 21 heavyweight leaves with 23 plates reproducing 138 figures, 19 plates printed on one side, 3 color, and one other plate with 9 of 18 reproductions in color, some plates reproducing excellent full-page drawings made under Kohts' supervision from observation or photographs + the renowned rear suite with its 604 b/w photo reproductions on 120 card plates. FORMAT: Publisher's dark moss cloth boards with beveled corners, letters on upper side stamped in gold and white, bound in the original binding sewn with taupe endpapers, reinforced with staples. SIZE: 262 x 180 mm. REFERENCE: Frans B.M. de Waal, A century of getting to know the chimpanzee. (He has also translated Kohts' work into English with the title, Infant Chimpanzee and Human Child.) Miles, Arnold Lucius Gesell; a biographical memoir, National Academy of Sciences. Kyun Hur, Nadezhda Ladygina-Kohts, Women in Science. ADDITIONAL IMAGES: by request.

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        DOMUS. L'arte nella casa. Direttore Architetto Gio Ponti. Annata 1935.

      1935 - Editoriale Domus. Annata 1935. Domus è una rivista di architettura e design fondata dall'Architetto Gio Ponti e dal padre barnabita Giovanni Semeria nel 1928.Edita da Editoriale Domus ha cadenza mensile, 11 numeri all'anno. Si tratta della più bella ed importante rivista italiana di arredamento ed architettura. In folio (cm. 33); rilegatura in tela blu dell'epoca. Mancano le pagine 7/8 e 9/10. Conservate le copertine originali anteriori. Axs [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Promotional Prospectus]: Brassband Bixby

      New York: Press Alliance. [Circa 1935]. Folio. Measuring 17" x 22". Single sheet folded once to form four pages. Very good with creases from being folded, a scrape on the back cover and general wear. A large prospectus created to drum up interest in a new comic strip by Bob Dunn called Brassband Bixby. Dunn was a cartoonist and gag writer best known for his work on They'll Do It Every Time and Little Iodine, and winner of two National Cartoonists Society awards. This piece contains a dozen sample dailies along with Bixby himself praising the merits of the strip and asking interested editors to return the attached postcard to find out more. The strip appears to have followed the now missing postcard into oblivion with no mention of the character or strip anywhere online or in OCLC. Possibly a unique survivor. .

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        Taps At Reveille

      Charles Scribner's Sons, NY 1935 - Publisher's dark green cloth titled in gilt. First edition, first state. Gilt titles are mildly rubbed, slight ridge to spine. Corners are faintly bumped, mildly rubbed. Binding is sound, book is square, one tiny spot to textblock edge else unmarked. The DJ in mylar is mildly toned at spine, with internal repairs of splits along gutter and to small tear to top rear panel, and rubbing along folds. Rear flap is priced at $2.50, and front flap has very faint sign of possible erasure to top. First state copy, with pages 349-352 uncancelled and p. 350 with "--he need not base himself." Housed in a fine custom clamshell box. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La route du bagne

      Edition on current paper, it has been printed only 5 Holland paper and 20 in large vellum paper.Precious autograph dedication signed by the author to his friend the painter of Montmartre (Andre) Dignimont "my old friend André Dignimont remember the song Bat 'd'Af' / affectionately / Francis Carco."Spine slightly lightened by sun light without gravity. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Ferenczi. Paris 1935 12x19cm broché

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        Crabs fighting

      1935. 14 x 6 inches. Fine. 14 x 6 inches. Howard J. Shannon was a naturalist, author, and illustrator in the late 19th and early 20th century. He is well known for his book entitled Book of the Seashore (1935). This specific piece is paint on board of two blue crabs fighting under the water surrounded by other crustaceans and sea life. Shannon signed it in the bottom left corner. This drawing was then used in the popular children's magazine St. Nicholas: An Illustrated magazine for Young Folks Vol.32 in 1905. Shannon's work was also shown in exhibitions throughout New York such as at Pratt Institure in 1911, and at the Brooklyn Museum in 1935.

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      The Hartney Press, New York 1935 - Octavo, pp. [1-6] 7-285 [286-288: blank], cloth. From the brief review in The Saturday Review, August 10, 1935 - "Murderous madman loose in New England valley kills animals and humans until young doctor traps him. Hereby awarded Malignancy Medal for 1935. More nasty people and unpleasant events you'll never find between two covers." A very good copy in a very good dust jacket with mild shelf wear to spine ends and corner tips, a vertical crease crease to the spine panel and some age darkening to the rear panel. An uncommon book in jacket. (20932) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Viaggetto in Etruria

      1935. Con un'acquaforte originale di Bruno Caruso (Ritratto di Ungaretti), firmata e dedicata su lastra ("Dedicata a Giuseppe Ungaretti") e firmata da Ungaretti ad inchiostro verde. Il volume è firmato da Ungaretti e Caruso. Edizione fuori commercio per i soci dell'ALUT. Il libro cotiene le prose di viaggio di Giuseppe Ungaretti Sfinge e Inno al ponte, dedicate alle zone archeologiche dell'antica Etruria nella provincia di Viterbo. Pubblicate per la prima volta su "La Gazzetta del Popolo" nel giugno 1935 e poi raccolte da Ungaretti nel presente volume. 8vo. pp. 18. Dedica e firma autografe dell'Autore, datata Roma 3/1/1966 (Inscription signed by the Author, dated Roma 3/1/1966). Molto buono (Very Good). . Prima ed. di 160 es. numerati e firmati dagli A.. .

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        Nevada, A Narrative of the Conquest of a Frontier Land. Comprising the Story of Her People from the Dawn of History to the Present Time

      American Historical Society, Inc, Chicago and New York 1935 - Three volumes, uniformly bound in textured brown cloth (simulating leather) with embossed illustration of a western scene. Marbled edges and endpapers. Vol. I, 634 pp; Vol. II, 507 pp; Vol. III, 528 pp. Illustrations from photographs, portraits. All three volumes with very light rubbing to extremities, internally unmarked and sound, with minor foxing on just a few pages. Volume II (only) has minor water damage (rippling) to the top margin of the last third of the volume. Paher 1755: "A set of Scrugham is a valuable part of any Nevada library; it is in several ways the most desirable of the major state histories published." Includes many biographical sketches of prominent citizens as well as a solid survey of the pioneer era, political development, mining and industry, etc. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Uniformenkunde. Das Deutsche Heer. Friedensuniformen bei Ausbruch des Weltkrieges. 2 Bände / Uniformenkunde. Neue Folge. 1 Band. Zusammen 3 Bände

      Von Diepenbroick-Grüter & Schulz, Hamburg, 1935/1936-1938. Zusammen 18 Blatt Text und 133 (von 182) colorierte Tafeln sowie 2 Blatt Nachträge und Korrekturen. 3 original Leinen-Flügelmappen mit goldgeprägtem Titel, quart Enthalten: Band 1: Generäle, Generalstab und Kriegsministeriumg. Infanterie. Jäger und Schützen / Band 2: Kavallerie / Neue Folge: Bildbeiträge zur Heereskunde und zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der militärischen Tracht / Dazu: Knötel. Uniformenkunde. Lose Blätter zu Mittheilungen zur Geschichte der militärischen Tracht, 18 Ausgaben aus 1900 u. 1902 (4 als Kopie) sowie ein Gesamtverzeichnis der losen Blätter zur Geschichte der Entwicklung der militärischen Tracht, 50 S., Hamburg, 1932 -

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