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        Die Schule im Staate Adolf Hitlers = Die neue deutsche Schule - eine völkische Grundlegung;

      Wilh. Gottl. Korn Verlag, Breslau, 1935. Rarität! = sehr seltene alte Originalausgabe aus der Zeit des Dritten Reiches, 238 S., Paperback mit angeklebtem und leicht eingerissenem SU, Standardbuchformat, altdeutsche Schrift -------- Inhalt u.a.: Unser deutsches Geheimnis (Moeller van den Bruck) / Weltanschauung und Erziehung: 1. Deutsche Heimkehr / 2. Schule und Lehrer im Umbruch der Zeit / 3. Die Weltanschauung des Liberalismus und Nationalsozialismus / 4. Autonome Pädagogik und reine Erziehungswissenschaft und ihre Auswirkungen + Die neue deutsche Schule: 1. Der Erziehungsstaat Adolf Hitlers + 2. Allgemeine Grundlegung der völkischen Schule + 3. Schule in Volk und Staat + 4. Schule als Lebensform der völkischen Schule + 5. Das Bildungsgut in der völkischen Schule + 6. Schule und Übergang +7. Der Lehrer im Dritten Reich ... --------------------- Deckel/Buchrücken mit etwas Gebrauchsspuren, Buchblock nur etwas vom Deckel gelöst, Bleistifttextmarkierungen auf einigen Seiten, ansonsten gutes Exemplar Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Geschichte, Drittes Reich, Zeitgeschichte, Dokumente, Berichte, Zeitzeugen, Kriegsgeschichte, Historie, Hitler, Faschismus, Kriegspolitik, Adolf Schule völkische Volk Erziehungswissenschaft, Pädagogik, Schulerziehung,

      [Bookseller: Agroplant GmbH, Unternehmenszweig Antiqu]
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        Residencia en la Tierra. I & II

      Ediciones del Árbol, Madrid 1935 - 2 tomos en rústica con leves roces y algunas manchitas, formato 4º. sin paginar. Edición de 1.100 ejemplares. Comprende I: 1925-1931; II: 1931-1935. Tomo II Intonso con un par de páginas mal abiertas. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria García Prieto]
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        THIS IS MURDER

      William Morrow, New York 1935 - Octavo. A very good+ copy bound in black cloth with red lettering spine, top edge tinted red. Owner bookplate ffep, minimal toning pastedowns. This book was matched with a Grosset and Dunlap reprint dust jacket in very good condition with chips. 280 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Hand signed document by General Werner von Blomberg

      1935 - Original hand signed by Generalfeldmarschall Werner von Blomberg document, Minister of War, and Commander in Chief of the German Armed Forces of The Third Reich 1938. Dated on 1 of july 1935. Size: 31 X 21 cm. Fine condition.

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        Photograph signed

      , 1935. 1935. Signed. ROOSEVELT, Eleanor. Photograph signed. Washington, DC: Harris & Ewing, circa 1935. Sepia photograph measures 8 by 10 inches. $1800.Sepia photograph of Eleanor Roosevelt in formal dress, inscribed by her at the bottom of the image:

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        Il porto di Roma Imperiale e l'Agro Portuense.

      Ist. Italiano Arti Grafiche, 1935. In 4°, p. tela, pp. 277 + 132 fig., XVI tavv. f. t. protette da velina e 4 carte f. t. Copia n. 158. lA P. 67/68 è priva dello spigolo destro in basso. Ottimo e raro.

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        TERROR BY NIGHT (NOT AT NIGHT SERIES)

      London: Selwyn & Blount, Ltd., n.d. [1935]. First edition. Foxing to page edges and end-papers, a very good copy in a good to very good dust jacket with edge rubbing, some creases to upper front panel, wear to head of spine panel with some creases and minor loss, some minor loss to corners and remnants of label removal from base of spine panel. Uncommon in the dust jacket. (16247). Octavo, boards. "Campell" for "Campbell" on title page. Tenth volume in the Anthology series "Not At Night". Significant volume as it has the first book appearance of a Robert E. Howard Conan ("Rogues in the House") story and a H.P. Lovecraft collaboration "The Horror in the Museum" by Hazel Heald. Also includes fiction by Joseph O. Kesselring, Armiger Barclay, Mearle Prout, Ernest Bonney, J. Wilmer Benjamin, Oscar Cook, August Derleth, Mary Elizabeth Counselman, Hugh B. Cave, Harold Ward, Michael Gwynn, Flavia Richardson (pseudonym of C.C. Thomson) and L.A. Lewis. Barron (ed.): Horror Literature 3-195.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        1935 New York Yankees contract for Clifford Melton signed by Hall of Famer Will Harridge and HOFer Ed Barrow who has signed owner Jacob Ruppert's name, not his own.

      [New York], April 4, 1935. 8.5" X 11". "Partly Printed Document Signed "Clifford G. Melton / Black Mountain, N.C." [New York], April 2, 1935, four pages, 8.5" x 11", on two conjoined sheets, front and verso. Completed by typewriter and manuscript. Signed on filing portion "William Harridge" as American League President and above Brown's signature "Jacob Ruppert" 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 Cliff Melton (1912-1986) signed this $2,400 New York Yankees contract for 1935 but he never played for the Yankees. He spent 1935 compiling a 10-16 record for Yankee farm teams in Binghamton, Newark, and Baltimore. In 1936, Melton went 20-16 for the International League Baltimore Orioles and was purchased by the New York Giants where he made his major league debut in 1937. With fellow southpaw Carl Hubbell (22-8), rookie Cliff Melton (20-9) led the Giants to the 1937 World Series against the team that had signed him two years earlier. In Game 5, Joe DiMaggio hit his first-ever post-season home run off Melton as the Yankees won the 1937 World Series 4 games to 1.From BaseballLibrary.com about Cliff Melton: "Friends dubbed the guitar-playing balladeer from the hills of North Carolina 'Mountain Music.' Others taunted the gentle, 6'5"" giant because of his large, floppy ears [he was also nicknamed "Mickey Mouse"]. He blew a chance with the Yankees when he couldn't ignore the Cubs' Gabby Hartnett's needling during an exhibition game. After Melton was returned to Baltimore, GM Jack Ogden gave him a bonus every time he went after his tormentors. Twice, the huge lefthander charged into enemy dugouts.""

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        Good-bye, Mr. Chips

      Little, Brown and Company, 1935. Birthday Edition. 132pp. Octavo [21.5 cm] 1/4 vellum over tan boards with gilt stamped title on the backstrip. Housed in publisher's slipcase with printed title and limitation number on the spine. Book is near fine. Slipcase shows age toning to the extremities and the spine. Signed by the author and the illustrator on the limitation page. Includes twenty-two illustrations by H.M. Brock. The "Birthday Edition" was limited to 600 signed and numbered copies, this is copy 311. Beloved work that has been adapted for radio dramatizations, films, musicals and television.

      [Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA]
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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

      The American Book Company, New York 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. 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 ?". Blue cloth. Spines sunned, else fine. Signed in both volumes by Ashley Montagu 116 illustrations from photographs, 27 sketch maps, diagrams and figures including 2 folding. xxv, [i], [1]-500; xxxi, [i], 350 pp. 2 vols. 8vo First American edition from British sheets. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        SPICY MYSTERY STORIES

      Wilmington, DE: Culture Publications, Inc., 1935. Edge wear with some rubbing to spine edge, front cover has some separation from spine but still attached, a very good copy. (19439). Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers. Pulp magazine. This is the first issue released to the newstands; volume one, number one only exists as a sixteen page publisher's "ashcan" edition.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Spicy Mystery 7/1935-Trojan-hooded menace-bondage-lurid pulp thrills-rare-G-

      Trojan 1935 - -Classic hooded menace bondage cover -Lurid pulp stories -Contents page missing -Rare Condition: G-

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        THE SECRET 6

      Chicago: Popular Publications, Inc, 1935. Mild edge wear, some mild stress creases, a very good to nearly fine copy. (20866). Octavo, single issue, cover by Henry Alan, pictorial wrappers. Pulp magazine. Feature novel "The Golden Alligator" by Robert J. Hogan. "...they represent [the four novels] some of the best efforts of one of the major pulp authors of the thirties." - Cook, Mystery, Detective and Espionage Magazines, pp. 479-481.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Die Schule im Staate Adolf Hitlers = Die neue deutsche Schule - eine völkische Grundlegung;

      Wilh. Gottl. Korn Verlag, Breslau, 1935 - 238 S., altdeutsche Schrift -------- Inhalt u.a.: Unser deutsches Geheimnis (Moeller van den Bruck) / Weltanschauung und Erziehung: 1. Deutsche Heimkehr / 2. Schule und Lehrer im Umbruch der Zeit / 3. Die Weltanschauung des Liberalismus und Nationalsozialismus / 4. Autonome Pädagogik und reine Erziehungswissenschaft und ihre Auswirkungen + Die neue deutsche Schule: 1. Der Erziehungsstaat Adolf Hitlers + 2. Allgemeine Grundlegung der völkischen Schule + 3. Schule in Volk und Staat + 4. Schule als Lebensform der völkischen Schule + 5. Das Bildungsgut in der völkischen Schule + 6. Schule und Übergang +7. Der Lehrer im Dritten Reich . --------------------- Deckel/Buchrücken mit etwas Gebrauchsspuren, Buchblock nur etwas vom Deckel gelöst, Bleistifttextmarkierungen auf einigen Seiten, ansonsten gutes Exemplar Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 350 Paperback mit angeklebtem und leicht eingerissenem SU, Standardbuchformat, Rarität! = sehr seltene alte Originalausgabe aus der Zeit des Dritten Reiches,. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Agroplant GmbH, Antiquariat ts-buch]
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        DIME ADVENTURE MAGAZINE. All published

      Chicago: Popular Publications, 1935-1936. An overall very good set, number one is nearly fine, a bright copy; number two and number 5 have some dampstaining; number six has tape residue to spine edges and has been trimmed unevenly; some overall wear and creases to most issues. (19996). Octavo, six issues, covers by Hubert Rogers, pictorial wrappers. Pulp magazine. L. Ron Hubbard stories in the last two issues, "The Barbarians" and "Starch and Stripes."

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Feux EDITION ORIGINALE Grand papier

      Paris: Grasset, 1935. Fine. Grasset, Paris 1935, 12x19cm, broché. - First edition, one of 30 numbered copies on alfa, the only large paper copies with 16 on pur fil. A nice copy. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 30 exemplaires numérotés sur alfa, seuls grands papiers avec 16 pur fil. Bel exemplaire.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        The Hansom Cab And The Pigeons Being Random Reflections Upon The Silver Jubilee Of King George V by L A G Strong

      Waltham St. Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press, 1935. First edition. Hardcover. Orig. blue morocco spine and marbled boards. Near fine. Ravilious, Eric. 43 (3) pages. 24.5 x 16.5 cm. Limited edition, copy 114 0f 212 in Perpetua type on hand made paper signed by Strong. There were also 1000 unnumbered and unsigned copies. illustrated by Ravilious with a full page frontispiece, first leaf engraving, and a series of repeated decorations (bandeaux). One of three books illustrated for Golden Cockerel. This edition priced at one Guinea. CHANTICLEER 105. Sanford called this work, "one of our most successful efforts." Spine slightly sunned.

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        Green Hills of Africa

      New York: Scribner?s, 1935. First Edition. Cloth fading and staining; a good copy in dust jacket. Presentation copy; inscribed by Hemingway in Key West in 1936.

      [Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Company, Inc.]
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        Calls, Sounds and Merchandise of the Peking Street Peddlers

      1935. First Edition . CONSTANT, Samuel Victor. Calls, Sounds and Merchandise of the Peking Street Peddlers. [Peking: Camel Bell, circa 1935]. Oblong octavo, original side-stitched silk cloth, orange paper cover label, mottled endpapers, French-folded leaves. Housed in a custom clamshell box. $4500.First edition of this unusual documentation of Peking street-vendors, their instruments and their calls, illustrated with 61 color-printed lithographs, mounted paper cut-out and 16 mounted halftone photographs.In China, a system of peddling grew up to bring goods to them, each peddler announcing his presence by a distinctive call. In partial fulfillment for the degree of Master of Arts from the California College in China, Samuel Constant documented these peddlers' calls and the callers themselves. ""Some call out their wares in a musical voice or song calculated to please the hearer. Others have a loud or discordant cry which grates on the nerves as though the devil himself had something to sell."" The color-printed lithographs are all two-paneled with the image of the peddler in one and either the musical instrument he used to accompany his call or the wares he sold in the other. The halftone photographs depict actual street-scenes and peddler ""performances."" Early issue, with original imprint inked over and ""The Peking Bookshop / Grand Hotel des Wagons Lits / Peking"" printed in ink on title page, and with Peking Bookshop label on rear pastedown. Occasional light foxing, fragile original boards with only light wear to edges. A near-fine copy.

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        Wandlungen in den Grundlagen der Naturwissenschaft

      Leipzig: Von S. Hirzel, 1935. First edition. 45, [1, 2ads] pp. 1 vols. 8co. Printed yellow wrappers. Previous owner's name on front wrapper, book label. Very good. First edition. 45, [1, 2ads] pp. 1 vols. 8co. This pamphlet contains two lectures, the first as per the title, the second Zur Geschichte des physikalischen Naturerlaerung. Heisenger received the 1932 Nobel Prize in Physics for his discovery of quantum mechanics seven years earlier. This proved vital in the understanding of the allotropic forms of hydrogen and its wider applications cumlinating in the Manhattan Project on which Heinsenberg was a key collaborator. Provenance: Harry Friedlander's copy with his bookplate to front pastedown

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        Les forest de Cochinchine [Vietnam].

      Vietnam, Duyen Ng, 1935. Oblong photo album (24.5 x 34.0 x 2.5 cm) with 29 mounted b/w photographs (each ca. 22.5 x 16.5 cm). Cloth-covered boards with gilt lines and gilt-titled morocco label mounted on the front board.l The photographs show rivers and tropical lowland forests, as well as villages -with large trees- and people in "Cochinchine"; probably most, if not all, from the extreme south of Vietnam (one building bears a sign with "Nam.Can.Ouest", which is currently situated in the Vietnamese province of Bac Lieu). The album deals principly with the lumber trade: on several photo versos, there are handwritten descriptions of the trees, with their local and Latin name, as well as the exact locality. Each is captioned "Service Forestier de Cochinchine", and numbered. Other photos deal with fishing, or show the wider environments. Several photographs are signed "Ng-Duyen". Duyen Ng is a common name in this area and could not be traced to a particular photographer. On the versos, there are handwritten notes about the place where each of the photographs was taken. Above the first photograph, someone has written in pencil "Album executé en 1935 quand j'étais garde de la Cochinchine". Garde is the French word for guard, but here it means forester. Some photos lightly toned, but generally in a very good condition. A very nice, unique item.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Schierenberg]
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        Manual of the New Zealand coleoptera. Wellington, James Hughes, 1880-1893. 7 parts (all published) in 3 volumes. 8vo. Modern blue half cloth.

      - Junk, Bibliographia Coleopterologica (1935), 4525; not in Nissen, ZBI. Complete set of a manual of the New Zealand coleoptera by Captain Thomas Broun (1838-1919). From 1876 to 1888 he was teacher at Tairua, Whangarei Heads, Kawau Island and Howick. During this period he prepared the first volume of his Manual of the New Zealand Coleoptera, which was first published in 1880 and contained descriptions of 1,140 species. Six further parts were published, the final one in 1893. In total Broun identified some 3,979 species of New Zealand insect and his works still remain the definitive text on this subject.Cancellation stamps from a library in Plymouth on free endpapers and title-pages. Good set of this important work on the New Zealand Coleoptera.

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        MEMOIRES DE J. CASANOVA DE SEINGALT EN 12 TOMES NUMEROTES DE 1 A 12 (COMPLET) - ECRITS PAR LUI-MEME.

      DE LA SIRENE 1935 - ROD0122009: 12 TOMES : 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11+12 : environ 400 pages par tome, augmentées de nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc dans et hors texte, certaines planches sont sous serpente. Epidermures. Tranches en tête dorées. Un signet par tome. Contre-plats jaspés. Couvertures d'origine conservées. Frontispice en sépia sous serpente. Encadrements dorés incrustés sur les premiers plats. Caissons ornés de torches et de motifs dorés. 8 PHOTOS DISPONIBLES. EDITION NOUVELLE D'APRES LE TEXTE DE L'EDITION PRINCEPS LEIPZIG-BRUXELLES-PARIS (1826-1838). VARIANTES DES EDITIONS SCHTZ ET PAULIN-ROSEZ. COMMENTAIRES HISTORIQUES ET CRITIQUES. TOME 1 (INTRODUCTION D'OCTAVE UZANNE) + TOME 2 (INTRODUCTION D'ALDO RAVA) + TOME 3 (INTRODUCTION DE BERNHARD MARR) + TOME 4 (INTRODUCTION DE CHARLES SAMARAN) + TOME 5 (INTRODUCTION DE HENRI DE REGNIER) + TOME 6 (INTRODUCTION DE GEORGES CUCUEL) + TOME 7 (INTRODUCTION DE RAOUL VEZE) + TOME 8 (INTRODUCTION DE J. D. ROLLESTON) + TOME 9 (INTRODUCTION DE RAOUL VEZE) + TOME 10 (INTRODUCTION DE EDOUARD MAYNIAL) + TOME 11 (INTRODUCTION DE RAOUL VEZE) + TOME 12 (INTRODUCTION DE RAOUL SEZE). In-8 Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage. Coins frottés. Dos frotté. Rousseurs Classification Dewey : 850-Littératures italienne, roumaine, rhéto-romane [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Young Lonigan: A Boyhood in Chicago Streets

      Vanguard Press, New York 1935 - First edition, second issue, a re-issue using first printing sheets with a three page foreword by Robert Morss Lovett inserted before the original introduction by Frederic M. Thrasher, and bound slightly shorter than the original issue. Fine in blue cloth in a nice, very good or better dustwrapper with shallow loss at the spine ends. A very nice copy of a book seldom found in any condition. The first book in the Studs Lonigan trilogy, this book was selected as number 29 on the Modern Library's list of the best 100 novels of the 20th Century. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        SLOVENLY PETER

      New York: Limited Editions Club, 1935. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine in glassine and a Fine chemise and slipcase with mild sunning. An excellent copy of an attractive book, not often seen in this condition. Fritz Kredel. Large quarto (9-1/4" x 12-1/2") bound in gilt-stamped red half morocco leather with color cloth sides with a lithographed design by LeRoy H. Appleton. Copy #1188 of 1500 numbered copies illustrated with water-colors by Fritz Kredel adapted from the original illustrations by Dr. Hoffman and hand-colored in the studio of Fred Fulton. Issued unsigned. BAL 3555. The First English translation of this German children's classic by Mark Twain with a foreword by his daughter Clara Clemens and an introduction by Philip Hofer. Quite likely the inspiration for the movie character Edward Scissorhands.

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        Applied Design: Blockprinted Textiles An Educational Service Prepared by the Milwaukee WPA Handicraft Project

      6 vols: I. Surface Patterns; II. Surface Patterns; III. Motifs; IV. Border Designs; V. Motifs; VI. Supplement, comprising a suite of portfolios containing 72 total examples of matted blockprinted textiles in a wide variety of patterns and styles, including figures, animals, birds, botanical, and geometric designs, the back of each matte stamped "WPA Handicraft Project #7040, Milwaukee Wisconsin, Sponsored by Milwaukee County and Milwaukee State Teachers College", the inside front cover of portfolios 1-4 and 6 labeled "This portfolio was made by the Milwaukee Handicraft Project, Sponsored by Milwaukee County and Milwaukee State Teachers College, Wisconsin WPA", portfolio five stamped "WPA Handicraft Project #8601, Milwaukee Wisconsin, Sponsored by Milwaukee County and Milwaukee State Teachers College". Portfolios 1-3 folio, 4-6 elephant folio. Green cloth-covered boards portfolios, contents loose as issued. Milwaukee (Milwaukee WPA Handicraft Project) n.d. (circa 1935). Ex-library copy with bookplates, labels to covers, rubber ink stamps to portfolios and mattes, and pencil acquisition notations to mattes. After President Roosevelt passed the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act in 1935, Harriet Pettibone Clinton, the District Director of the Women's Division of the WPA in Milwaukee County, was determined to create a program to employ the large numbers of unskilled and unemployed women. Whereas women were usually offered lower-paying gender-specific jobs such as childcare and clerical work, Clinton wanted to employ women to make handicrafts. She contacted a colleague, art teacher Elsa Ulbricht of Milwaukee State Teacher's College, and together they created the Milwaukee WPA Handicraft Project. The project's aim was "to make by hand household articles of wood, paper, yarn and cloth. The objects made will be distributed to relief families, nursery schools serving relief families and publicly owned institutions." The blockprinting division issued these portfolios of textiles as samples to advertise the work they were capable of doing. From 1935 to 1942, the MHP employed over 5,000 women and minorities, breaking important gender and color barriers and bringing notoriety to Milwaukee.

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        WEIRD TALES

      Indianapolis, IN: Popular Fiction Publishing Company, 1935. Ink date stamp to front cover and contents page, a fine bright copy. (19670). Octavo, single issue, cover by Margaret Brundage, pictorial wrappers. Pulp magazine. Features "The Hour of the Dragon" a Conan story by Robert E. Howard. Also Clark Ashton Smith, Edmond Hamilton, Paul Ernst and others. Third and last cover appearance of Conan. First professional published artwork by Virgil Finlay (interior).

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Three original ink drawings to illustrate the serial publication of William Faulkner's The Unvanquished in The Saturday Evening Post

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

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        The Wishing Horse of Oz

      Reilly & Lee, Chicago, 1935. - First edition, first state in dust jacket. The 29th Oz book and the last to be published with color plates. Book is near fine in very dark green textured cloth; dust jacket very good. An impressive-looking copy with some relatively minor flaws to the jacket: price clipped; 1/4 inch loss at spine ends; general darkening to white on spine and along borders (most apparent along folds); edges worn with a few small closed tears and a little chipping at corners. Titles on rear flap list to this title. Jacket has been expertly laid down under brodart cover and looks very good with bright cover illustrations. Book is tight; one corner lightly bumped, corners square otherwise; lettering on spine bold and bright black; cover paste-on gorgeous and without flaw. Neat gift inscription in adult hand on ownership page. All twelve plates in fine condition. Pages very clean and bright. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Phoenix.

      Adelaide: The Adelaide University Union,, 1935-1950. Nine volumes, octavo. Original illustrated warppers, yapp edges. Linocuts, woodcuts and photographs, as well as illustrated advertisements. Occasional light rubbing and small tears to the yapp edges, some very minor marks, but on the whole an exceptional set. First editions, all published, of the annual literary journal of the University of Adelaide out of which sprung the stridently modernist Angry Penguins group. The editorial in the first number of Phoenix trumpeted a new direction: "It is time to change... Original work is not called forth by a limp anaemic 'magazine', with a long name, an unmistakable 'chronicle' tradition, and a cover that is dim and dull. So it is not for the sake of novelty that we make all things new. We have no alternative. Here it is, without apology." The pre-war issues crucially feature early work by influential modernist poets and artists, including Max Harris and D. B. Kerr who, when the University of Adelaide shut down Phoenix due to its subversive nature in 1940, started the Angry Penguins magazine that would go on be the mouthpiece of Australian modernism. This set also includes the four post-war numbers that complete the run of the Phoenix (the Library of Australia notes that no number was published in 1947, and that 1950 was the final number). Other writers and artists involved include: John Dowie, Rex Wood, Rex Ingamells, Margaret McKellar Stewart, Clement Semmler, Alan Pilgrim, Charles Jury, Paul Pfeiffer, and Dorrit Black.

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        Die echten Protokolle der Weisen von Zion. Sachverständigengutachten, erstattet im Auftrage des Richteramtes V in Bern von Ulrich Fleischhauer * Deckeltitel: Gerichts-Gutachten zum Berner Prozeß * mit Druckvermerk "In dankbarer Erinnerung den verstorbenen Vorkämpferin Theodor Fritsch und Dietrich Eckart gewidmet"

      Erfurt, U.-Bodung Verlag, 1935 - Vollständige Ausgabe im Original-Verlagseinband (Steifumschlag / Broschur / Kartoneinband im Format gr.8vo 17 x 25,6 cm) mit Rücken- und Deckeltitel. 416 Seiten, mit vielen Fotoabbildungen auf Papier (O. A.: Gruppenbild der Teilnehmer am Zionisten-Kongress 1897 / Mietswohnung des Dreyfus-Brodsky in Basel 1897 / heutiges Palais von Dreyfus-Brodsky / Prominente Zionisten / Chajim Weizmann), Schrift: Fraktur. - Aus dem Inhalt: Vorbemerkung - I. Teil. Systematische Darstellung der Entstehung und Bedeutung der Protokolle - II. Teil. Beantwortung der den Sachverständigen vom Gericht in Bern vorgelegten Fragen - III. Teil. - Verzeichnis der Abbildungen. - "Die Protokolle der Weisen von Zion enthalten einen vielfach bis in die Einzelheiten gehenden Plan zur Zerstörung der bestehenden Staatswesen Berufserrichtung der Weltherrschaft Israels" (aus der Einleitung). - Nationalsozialimus, Geschichtsdarstellung im Nationalsozialismus, Antisemitismus, scharfer judenfeindlicher Standpunkt, illustrierte Bücher, zionistische Korruptionsbank, Geständnisse eines Rabbiners, jüdische Verschleierungsmanöver, der Schweizerische israelitische Gemeindebund, Echtheit der Protokolle als Weltherrschaftsprogramm bewiesen aus dem jüdischen Schrifttum aller Zeiten, Weltherrschaftsprogramm der Internationalen Vereinigung der Ernsten Bibelforscher, Echtheit der Protokolle bewiesen durch die Tätigkeit der Weltfreimaurerei, Zionismus, Professor Sergej Nilus, Theodor Herzl, NS.-Schrifttum, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut. - Erstausgabe, 1. Auflage in ganz guter Erhaltung (Einband etwas angeschmutzt und mit kleinem Einriss am Rücken oben, sonst sehr gut); beiliegend "Druckfehler-Berichtigung" des Verlags Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Galerie für gegenständliche Kunst]
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        Revista Hispanica Moderna. Volumes 1-34 (1935-1968)

      NY: 1935-68, - volumes 1-34,mostly in original paper wrappers, some covers loose, some darkening to textbut still good, . Photos available upon request.

      [Bookseller: Zubal-Books]
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        THE MYSTERIOUS WU FANG

      Chicago: Popular Publications, 1935. Mild edge wear, closed tear with creases to right front edge (mended with archival tape on the verso). A very good to nearly fine copy. (19455). Octavo, single issue, cover by J. Rozen, pictorial wrappers. Pulp magazine. "The Case of the Six Coffins" by Robert Hogan. Also a stories by Steve Fisher and Frank Gruber.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        The doctor's son and other stories 1st U.S. ed. (1935)

      New York, Harcourt Brace & Co 1935 - 8°. 294 S. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: van Eck Antiquariat]
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        Burmese Days

      Gollancz, London 1935 - HARDBACK - A very good book with clean black boards. The spine is free of fading with clear, bright lettering. Internally, the pages are clean with light foxing to the page block that has not encroached into the inner text. There is a small contemporary name and date to the upper corner of the front end paper. The dust wrapper is a very good example, with shallow chipping to the spine tips, also, light chipping to the corners of the front and rear flap folds. There is a small chip to the upper front panel, with some light age toning to the spine. Correctly priced at 7/6net. A very nice example of an incredibly scarce title. Accompanying the book is a felt lined clam shell box, for the books future protection. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: West Hull Rare Books - P.B.F.A.]
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        ENGLAND MADE ME

      Heinemann 1935 - First edition. Original red cloth with gilt titles to the spine. A near fine copy with a touch of fading to the spine. One of the author's scarcest novels. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jonkers Rare Books]
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        JUDAICA SOUTH AFRICA 13 ORIG. CABINET PHOTOS ZIONIST ORGANISATION 1935-41 SIGNED

      JUDAICA SOUTH AFRICA 13 ORIG. CABINET PHOTOS ZIONIST ORGANISATION 1935-41 SIGNED1. TWO PHOTOS 15tH SOUTH AFRICAN ZIONIST CONFERENSBLOEMFONTEIN MAY 30th-JUNE 1935 PHOTO BY ROBERT E. SIEW, JOHANNESBURGTOTAL SIZE: 39.8 x 48.5 cm.; 42.5 x 48.5 cm.2. 11 ANNUAL ZIONIST YOUTH CONFERENCE 1936 WITH LIST OF DEPICTED PHOTO BY DANIE BRINK, BLOEMFONTEIN, SIZE: 35.5 45.8 cm.3. TRANSVAAL ZIONIST YOUTH CONFERENCE 1937 SIZE: 28 x 37.5 cm.4. TWO PHOTOS OF 4th s.a. ZIONIST YOUTH CONFERENCE, KIMBERLEY29th JULY 1937, PHOTO BY CHARLES LEONARDSIZE: 24 x 45 cm.5. TWO PHOTOS OF 17th ANNUAL TRANSVAAL ZIONIST YOUTH CONFERENCEHELD AT RANDFONTEIN ON THE 31th MAY 1938PHOTO BY KASSEL BROSSSIZE: 25.5 x 30.5 cm.6. 18th ANNUAL TRANSVAAL ZIONIST YOUTH CONFERENCE JOHANNESBURG, APRIL 1939PHOTO BY STUDIO PRAGER, SIZE: 30 x 36 cm.7. DELEGATES OF 17th S.A. ZIONIST CONFERENCEHELD ATBLOEMFONTEIN MAY 18th - 21st 1939PHOTO BY ROBERT E. SIEW, SIZE: 35.5 x 41.8 cm.8. 19th ANNUAL TRANSVAAL ZIONIST YOUTH CONFERENCEGERMISTON 1940SIZE: 35.5 x 35.5 cm.9. TRANSVAAL ZIONIST YOUTH EXECUTIVEANNUAL "PALIAMENT" HELD AT KRUGRSDORF, 18th & 19th OCTOBER 1941PHOTO BY THEO. SHER, SIZE: 20.5 x 25.5 cm.10. WITHOUT NAME, SIGNED BY SIMON SPRINGSDIFFERENT CONDITION - SEE CAREFULLY PHOTOSSOME PHOTOS IN BAD CONDITION - TEARS, CRACKS, MISSING PLACESTO EDGES, FOXING STAINS, SOILING STAINSTOTAL WEIGHT: 1200 gr.

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        JOHN LILLIBUD

      [New York: Claude Kendall & Willougby Sharp, Inc., 1935.]. Octavo, pp. [1-2] [1-5] 6-286, original two-part green and red cloth, spine panel stamped in black, top edge stained black. First U.S. edition. "John Lillibud, a struggling writer in London, becomes a successful inventor and marketer of novelties. One day a substance is brought to him that provides a kind of instant plastic surgery -- a putty that molds itself to look like the flesh it is applied to. If left on too long it becomes permanent. This leads Lillibud to have an artificial nose created, to put on over his own, which he has always considered too small and crooked. The mere wearing of the nose leads to the creation of a new personality: Richard Whittington, a strong self-confident author from Bloomsbury. He proceeds to recruit a French female personal secretary named Anna and installs her in the flat (keeping all this from Lillibud's wife, Clarissa). Lillibud, which has become the successful brand name of his inventions, goes back and forth between these two personalities, which gradually become further and further divorced from each other. Whittington writes The Man With the Crooked Nose, a roman a clef novel satirizing Lillibud, which leads to the threat of a lawsuit -- against himself. One evening, a man named Strapkin (originally Strapotkin) comes to the Bloomsbury flat and tells Whittington that he is the Master Mind of a group of deaf-mutes living nearby who have organized themselves into a secret society called The Voice, which is telepathically broadcasting Marxist-Leninist propaganda. Their current project is to bring down the capitalist enterprise of Lillibud's Novelties, Ltd. But Strapkin confesses that he himself is leading a hypocritical double life, having come to rely on the Lillibud cerebral vibrator. Further convolutions and duplicities ensue. An intriguing novel, mingling psychological, occult and science fictional thrills with black comedy, very much of a piece with other offerings from this publisher in the 1930s, such as The Torture Garden by Octave Mirbeau and Twisted Clay by Frank Walford. The modest starting point and straightforward style of the writing make a good foil for its increasingly fantastic story. The principal motif is that of the double, harkening back inevitably to Stevenson's Jekyll and Hyde; but the image of the nose recalls Gogol's surrealistic novella about a detachable nose; and the protagonist's name, in conjunction with his status as a budding author, calls up the iconic image of Oscar Wilde holding a lily; Richard Whittington, a popular 15th century lord mayor of London, gave rise to Dick Whittington, a figure of English legend and pantomime. Stevenson's tale has the apparent simplicity of a fable or allegory, whereas Hurrell's has the arabesques of a faintly surreal extravaganza, spinning off doubles within doubles and duplicities within duplicities. An unusual book that should be better known. The dust jacket has a striking pictorial design." - Robert Eldridge. Bleiler (1948), p. 156. Reginald 07644. Not in Bleiler (1978). Cloth rubbed at lower spine end, a near fine copy in very good pictorial dust jacket with considerable internal strengthening with brown paper tape. Externally the jacket is attractive. (#147384)

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        The House in Paris - in the rare first issue dust wrapper

      Gollancz, 1935. Hardcover. Near Fine. A first edition, first printing published by Gollancz in 1935. A near fine book with a little spotting to the bottom of the page edge. No inscriptions. In a very good wrapper with some light chipping to the head of the spine and to the corners. With a professional repair to the foot of the spine. Rare

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        The Egyptian Coffin Texts. Volumes I, II, III, V, VI & VII (missing volume IV)

      The University of Chicago Press, Chicago 1935 - Rare set of 6 volumes. Oriental Institute Publications, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1935-1961. First edition. Large 4o. Brown boards, 1/4 cloth. In excellent condition. From the library of Egyptologist Dr. Otto Schaden with his signature. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meretseger Books]
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        The House in Paris - in the rare first issue dust wrapper

      Gollancz 1935 - A first edition, first printing published by Gollancz in 1935. A near fine book with a little spotting to the bottom of the page edge. No inscriptions. In a very good wrapper with some light chipping to the head of the spine and to the corners. With a professional repair to the foot of the spine. Rare [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books ABA ILAB PBFA]
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