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        The General Theory of Employment Interest and Money

      London: Macmillan and Co., Limited,, 1936. Octavo. Original dark green cloth, gilt lettered spine, double gilt rules to spine, double blind rules to covers. With the dust jacket. Ownership inscription on front free endpaper, jacket toned (spine more noticeably so) and torn at head (with partial loss affecting lettering), spine rolled, a little dust marking to top edge. A very good copy. First edition, first impression of this key work. Written in the aftermath of the Great Depression, Keynes' masterpiece is generally regarded as one of the most influential social science treatises of the century. It "subjected the definitions and theories of the classical school of economists to a penetrating scrutiny and found them seriously inadequate and inaccurate" (PMM), quickly and permanently changing the way the world looked at the economy and the role of government in society.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Autograph Note Signed to photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt, January 28/59

      - Pen and ink on paper. 1 vols. 7-1/2 x 5-1/2 inches. A Proper Ecdysiast to Eisie. "Eisie, Dear Eisie-The first time was 1936-the second 1941-the third 1957 and now after all these years I'm still smiling for you and at you with Love and deep admiration. Gypsy Rose Lee." Pen and ink on paper. 1 vols. 7-1/2 x 5-1/2 inches

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Song Without Words; A Book of Engravings

      NY: Random House, 1936. First edition. Hardcover. Orig. parchment spine and laminated gold boards. Very good. Ward, Lynd. Unpaginated. 25 x 16 1/2 cm. Limited edition, copy 693 of 1250 signed by Lynd Ward. Series of black and white wood engravings printed with wide page margins on French leaved paper. Clean, bright copy, vellum spine and boards laminated in gold. Interior contents clean and fresh, back cover slightly rubbed, adhesion marks and toning to endpapers.

      [Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc.]
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        Mort à crédit EDITION ORIGINALE Grand papier

      Paris: Denoël & Steele, 1936. Fine. Denoël & Steele, Paris 1936, 14,5x22cm, broché. - First edition, one of 750 numbered copies on Alfa paper.Minuscules minor marginal tears and without missing on the front cover, nice copy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 750 exemplaires numérotés sur alfa. Minuscules déchirures marginales sans gravité et sans manque sur le premier plat, agréable exemplaire.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Mules and Men.

      Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co, London. 1936 - First U.K. edition. Octavo. 343 pages. Ten illustrations by Miguel Covarrubias. Foreword by Franz Boas. Hurston's second book, including many black folktales collected in Florida and a large section on hoodoo.Head of spine and one corner very slightly bumped. Fine in near-fine dustwrapper with a 5 cm closed tear to the rear panel and a faint thumbnail-sized stain to the spine. A lovely copy of a scarce and important book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Ellis, Bookseller, ABA, ILAB]
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      WYETH, N.C.. (WYETH,N.C.)illus. MEN OF CONCORD by Henry Thoreau. Boston: Houghton Mifflin 1936 (1936). 4to (6 1/2 x 9 1/2"), green cloth, 255p., index, small erasure mark on endpaper else FINE IN DUST WRAPPER (dw small archival mend at spine end else VG+). 1st edition. Illustrated by Wyeth with wrapper illus. (not repeated in book), pictorial endpapers plus 10 color plates. There are also 24 pen and ink drawings attributed to N.C. in the book, but actually done by ANDREW WYETH under his father's supervision (Allen p.220). THIS COPY IS SIGNED AND DATED 1936 BY WYETH ON THE TITLE PAGE! This is a great copy, not often found signed.

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc.]
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        Typed letter signed

      1936. Signed. MITCHELL, Margaret.Typed letter signed.Atlanta, Georgia, August 22, 1936.Fascinating August 22, 1936 typed letter signed by Mitchell, writing psychiatrist Dr. Charles E. Mayos on her personal letterhead only months after publication of Gone with the Wind, with revealing insights into her early desire to become a psychiatrist as she writes, in part: "Nothing could have pleased me more than to have a psychiatrist praise the pattern of Scarlett O'Hara's emotional life… your words of praise about 'the accurate description of human emotions' pleased me so much."Mitchell's August 22, 1936 letter to psychiatrist Dr. Charles E. Mayos, written mere months after publication of Gone with the Wind, is one of the few known letters in which she offers revealing personal information, for Mitchell was famed for a profound "reticence about her life… so deep, in fact, that some of her closest friends claimed they were never sure they really knew her" (Jones, Tomorrow is Another Day). Here she writes of her early hopes of becoming a psychiatrist and of being "forced to leave college when my mother died as I was the only daughter in the family, and was needed at home to keep house. I hoped for years to go back to medical school." Her letter also affirms what Mitchell often insisted about Gone with the Wind—that the novel, in her own words, was entirely "written through Scarlett's eyes. What she understood was written down; what she did not understand—and there were many things beyond her comprehension, they were left to the reader's imagination, even as they were left to Scarlett's" (Harwell, Gone with the Wind Letters, 102). Her correspondent, Dr. Mayos, was on the staff of Watertown State Hospital in Illinois after serving as a captain in the Medical Corps at Camp Grant, Illinois. Mitchell's letter, in typescript on her personal letterhead, reads: "August 22, 1936, Dear Doctor Mayos: Since my book 'Gone With The Wind' was published I have received a number of letters, but non quite as penetrating as yours. I had thought, and frequently said with all sincerity, that I had written a purely objective novel—a novel that had nothing of myself or my own experiences in it—then your letter comes and sets me to wondering. Nothing could have please me more than to have a psychiatrist praise the pattern of Scarlett O'Hara's emotional life. I am one of those people who are disliked by all real psychiatrists. I am a layman who knows just a little about abnormal psychology. I started out to be a psychiatrist, but, unfortunately, was forced to leave college when my mother died as I was the only daughter in the family, and was needed at home to keep house. I hoped for years to go back to medical school, and with that idea in view kept up my studies. I realize that I know all the tops of abnormal psychology—and have none of the basic and rudimentary knowledge. Its [sic] like knowing geometry and never having known the multiplication tables. Perhaps you can understand, after this explanation, why your words of praise about 'the accurate description of human emotions' pleased me so much. Sincerely [signed] Margaret Mitchell [typescript] Margaret Mitchell."Text crisp and dark, only faint foldlines. A fine signed letter.

      [Bookseller: Bauman Rare Books]
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        Gone With the Wind

      New York: Macmillan 1936 - First edition, first printing (May 1936). Signed by Mitchell on the front free endpaper. Publisher's gray cloth, lettered in teal. Very good, with some light toning to the spine, light rubbing to the extremities, spine shaken with minor fraying to the spine ends and a few creases, otherwise tight binding without any signs of starting, a hint of minor spotting to the top edge, a few minor creases to the bright and clean pages. Overall, a clean and presentable copy, signed by Mitchell. Gone with the Wind won Margaret Mitchell both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. Perhaps best described as a work of historical fiction, Gone with the Wind also has many of the trappings of a traditional bildungsroman and romance novel, although critics argue that it does not fully fall under the category of either genre. The novel tells of archetypal Southern belle Scarlett O'Hara as she grows from a young woman into maturity against the backdrop of the American Civil War. Like many of the early 20th century Southern writers, Mitchell portrays an idyllic image of the antebellum South. While it can be legitimately criticized for its insensitivity to the treatment of African Americans who were enslaved, Mitchell's novel demonstrates how the South was decimated by the Civil War and continued to suffer under the Northern-sanctioned Restoration. Also the basis of the 1939 Academy Award-winning movie, the conflicted love story of rebellious Scarlett and Rhett Butler remains an American classic. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: B & B Rare Books, Ltd., ABAA]
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        Murder in Mesopotamia

      London: The Crime Club by Collins,, 1936. A New Poirot Story. Octavo. Original orange cloth, titles to spine in black, top edge orange. With the pictorial dust jacket. Housed in a dark green board solander box. Jacket design by Robin Macartney. Gentle fading to spine, light tanning to endpapers. An excellent copy in a slightly rubbed jacket with mildly toned spine panel, a few nicks and chips to extremities, and a small closed tear to head of spine repaired with tape to verso. First edition, first impression. A remarkably well-preserved copy and very uncommon in such condition. With a Crime Club membership postcard loosely inserted.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Shusei Meiga Shirabe : Kanoha

      Unsodo Showa 11 (1936), Kyoto - Folding album, text in Japanese. Lavishly hand-coloured silk cover. Stain on the cover. With original slipcase. Chipping and rubbing on the slipcase edges. Edges and corners of the slipcase bumbed. Gorgeous full-coloured woodblock prints from the design of the Kano School artists are in good condition. 10 plates, complete. Reproduced as a decorative painting album from Kano Sanraku to Kaihou Yusetsu with original slipcase and original purple ribbon. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kagerou Bunko (ABAJ, ILAB)]
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        The ABC Murders

      London: The Crime Club,, 1936. Octavo. Original orange cloth, titles to spine black. With the dust jacket. Housed in a red quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Spine rolled and faded, edges of text block lightly foxed; an excellent copy in the unclipped jacket with sunned spine, minor loss to spine ends, internal tape repairs, and some shallow chips and creases to extremities. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Nikola Tesla. Spomenica porodom negave 80 godicnice [Kyrillisch]. - Livre commemoratif a l'occasion de son 80eme anniversaire. - Gedenkbuch anläßlich seines 80. Geburtstages. - Memorandum book on the occasion of his 80ieth birthday. (Redacteur: Slavko Boksan).

      Belgrad, Institut Nikola Tesla, 1936.. 519 S. mit einigen teils ganzseit. Textabb. Gr.-8°. OLwd. (etw. fleckig).. Erste Ausgabe, beiliegend ein Telegramm von Nikola Tesla an Bernhard Baule zum Dank für dessen im vorliegenden Werk abgedruckten Rede zur Gedenkfeier und Promotion in Graz. - Die zum 80. Geburtstag von Nikola Tesla erschienen Festschrift ist die erste große internationale Würdigung seiner Verdienste. Davor war 1932 als größeres Werk nur "Nikola Tesla und sein Werk und die Entwicklung der Elektrotechnik, der Hochfrequenz- und Hochspannungstechnik und der Radiotechnik von Slavko Boksan" erschienen. Slavko Boksan fungiert auch als Herausgeber dieses Bandes und war einer der ersten in Europa der sich bemühte die Verdienste von Nikola Tesla einer breiteren Öffentlichkeit nahe zu bringen. Das Werk selbst enthält eine Vielzahl von Grußadressen aus der ganzen Welt, dazu aber auch wissenschaftliche Artikel zu den Folgen seiner Erfindungen, Exzerpte aus wissenschatlichen Arbeiten von Nikola Tesla, eine Auflistung seiner patente und eine Aufstellung der wichtigsten Daten aus Teslas Leben und Schaffen. - Die Texte in Serbokroatisch, Französisch, Englisch oder Deutsch. - Papierbedingt gebräunt.

      [Bookseller: Matthäus Truppe Buchhandlung & Antiquari]
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        The Story of Ferdinand

      New York: The Viking Press, , 1936. Square quarto. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in pink morocco, titles to spine gilt, block of Ferdinand to front board with colour flowers inlaid to front board, patterned endpapers along with the original pictorial endpapers, gilt edges. Black and white illustrations throughout by Robert Lawson. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing. A beautifully bound copy of this classic children's tale, of a bull who liked to smell flowers under the cork tree rather than fight in bull fights. Published just months before the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, many saw it as a Pacifist title. It was banned in several countries, including Spain. Hitler ordered the title to be burned, while Stalin allowed it to be the only non communist children's title allowed in Poland and Mahatma Gandhi proclaimed it as his favourite book. This title was also the basis for the 1938 Walt Disney animated short which won the Academy Award that year in the best short film category.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Sous le Ciel (DU NUMÉRO 1 à 30).

      - Les 30 premiers numéros du n°1 en 1936 au n° 30 de 1939. AVEC UNE LETTRE MANUSCRITE DE DOM NÉROMAN concernant une affaire en justice, ses livres et la très prochaine publication de son ouvrage "La Leçon de Platon". INTROUVABLE TÊTE DE COLLECTION de cette revue traitant d'astrologie, de radiesthésie et de géomancie, de Dom Néroman (pseud. de Pierre Maurice Rougié), astrologue français né à Gramat en 1884. Ingénieur civil des Mines de Saint-Étienne, il marqua profondément la vie astrologique française des années 1930 jusqu'à sa mort en 1953. Il créa notamment le « Collège astrologique de France » et les éditions « Sous le Ciel ». ON JOINT : 12 numéros de la revue Astro-radiesthésie de 1938 et 1939 (production du Collège astrologique de France). Rel. demi-basane verte, plats de papier marbré, dos titré et daté dorés à nerfs, couv. conservées (gouttière parfois rognée court, rares petites déchirures sans manque). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Arca librairie]
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        Danemark. Kopenhagen Fischmarkt

      Denmark.: Andreasen & Lachmann.. Ca. 1936.. Poster, color lithograph, 39 x 24 1/2 inches (99 x 62 cm). Professionally mounted on linen, minimising soft creasing and minor edge repairs at lower left edge. Beautiful image of a Copenhagen fishmarket, evoking the mist of early morning. .

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        The General Theory of Employment Interest and Money

      Harcourt Brace and Company 1936 - Edición de 1936. Tapa dura encuadernada en tela azul. Letras en dorado en tapa y lomo. Lomo impecable roce en borde de tapas y esquinas 830 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Eduardo Martínez Moreira]
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        Little Tim and the Brave Sea Captain

      London & New York: Oxford University Press,, 1936. Quarto. Original pictorial boards. With the dust jacket. Colour illustrations throughout. Light roll to spine, light wear along edges, a touch up of red to ends of spine, occasional light spotting, in the dust jacket with spine faded and creased, wear to extremities, small stain to front panel near spine edge, light chips to ends of spine and front spine edge, archival tape to verso of jacket on closed tears at top edges, spine and lower rear panel. Still a very good copy. First edition, first impression, of the first book written and illustrated by Ardizzone. "Little Tim and the Brave Sea Captain (1936), arose from stories told to his own family. It draws on memories of the harbour at Ipswich and upon his liking for ships and the sea, and in its bold integration of word and picture it stands out as one of the most significant picture books of the age. (It was, too, an early example of colour offset lithography. Its spacious folios were printed in the United States, where the text was hand-lettered by Grace Allen Hogarth, an editor at the Oxford University Press New York office.) The complete colour draft of this first book is now in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London" (ODNB).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Equinox of the Gods

      London: Issued by the O.T.O.,, 1936. The Official Organ of the A. A. Quarto. Original cream-coloured cloth, gilt lettered spine and front cover, untrimmed. 2 colour plates of an Egyptian stele, diagrams and illustrations in the text, facsimile MS. of Crowley's The Book of the Law in pocket at end (in three sections numbered 1-22, 1-22, 1-21). Spine rolled, foxing to top edges, "bloom" of foxing on pp. 132-33. A very good copy, without the errata slip but with the scarce original order form loosely inserted. First edition, first impression, very scarce: Copac lists just 6 copies in British and Irish institutional libraries (British Library, Warburg Institute, Oxford, National Library of Scotland, National Trust, Wellcome Library), and OCLC adds another dozen copies worldwide. According to OCLC "although issued as volume 3, number 3, of the Equinox (September 1936), this is a separate title by Crowley." Gerald Yorke's bibliography of Crowley, printed in John Symonds's The Great Beast: The Life of Aleister Crowley (1951), describes three variants of the Equinox appearing in 1936: (a) described as a "subscribers' edition", (b) the current version, and (c) with a slip pasted over the date on the title page changing it to 1937. "In 1937 [sic] Crowley issued The Equinox of the Gods, a work containing the text of Liber Legis and a brief history of his magical career, or ascent to the thrones of the Secret Chiefs. Both sides of the stele of Ankh-f-n-Khonsu are reproduced in colour and facsimile sheets of the original MS. of Liber Legis are tucked in a folder at the back of the book... it is a splendid production. On the evening of Christmas Day Crowley, with Brother Volo Intelligere, in the course of an extensive pub-crawl, gathered a Jew, an Indian, a Negro, and a Malayan. They all proceeded to Cleopatra's Needle on the London Embankment, where, at precisely 6.22 a.m., as the Sun entered Capricornus, The Beast pronounced: 'Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. I, Ankh-f-n-Khonsu, the Priest of the Princes, present you, as representatives of your race, with The Book of the Law. It is the charter of universal freedom for every man and woman in the world. Love is the law, love under will.' He then handed round copies of The Equinox of the Gods and went home to bed with a hangover" (John Symonds, The Great Beast: The Life of Aleister Crowley, p. 293).

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      (PICASSO, PABLO) (NAPOLITANO, PASQUALE GIOVANNI). Picasso, Pablo & Merle Armitage. PABLO PICASSO: 2 STATEMENTS BY THE ARTIST, ALSO A COMMENT BY MERLE ARMITAGE - LIMITED EDITION WITH A SIGNED LITHOGRAPH BY GIOVANNI NAPOLITANO. with a Lithograph by Giovanni Napolitano. New York & Los Angeles: Merle Armitage, 1936. First Edition 1/112. 12mo. Printed Boards. Artist Monograph. Very Good -/No Jacket - As Issued. 64pp, with an illustrated lithographic frontispiece. Designed by Merle Armitage. Printed by Lynton Kistler. In a clear acetate dustwrapper. This tiny jewel of a monograph designed, published, and with a brief text by the great Merle Armitage reprints in book form for the first time two essays in English on the nature of art by Pablo Picasso. An internally most handsome, unnumbered example of this exceedingly uncommon item limited to one hundred and twelve copies with a monochrome lithographic portrait of the master SIGNED "Giovanni Napolitano" in pencil on the recto showing some starting to the rear hinge along with a bit of soiling to the top edge and bright yellow covers. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 024371

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      Published by John Hamilton, 1936 (Circa.). Hardback. Good. Illustrated by Leigh, Howard. Almost very good condition with no wrapper. Blue cloth, black title to spine. A Biggles Story. Colour frontis. 4 blue & white plates. Spine faded. Front joint slightly cracked. Neat name in ink to front endpaper. Foxing to outer page edges. All plates present. but two plates have been carefully reattached with small pieces of cellotape, is common for these plates to become loose as they were only tipped in with glue. [S]

      [Bookseller: Stella & Rose's Books]
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        Freundschaftsalbum ( Gästealbum ): Denkmahl der Freundschaft

      1936 - Album mit ca. 200 eingelegten Blättern auf Büttenpapier mit Goldrand, davon 18 beschrieben bzw. mit Illustrationen versehen aus dem Jahre 1936. 4 Blätter nur mit Illustrationen, 2 hiervon signiert mit F. Rumpf ( möglicherweise: RUMPF, Fritz Carl Georg (1888-1949): 1 Blatt mit vielen kleinen, detailreichen, farbigen Figuren aus der Soldateska, 1 gekonnt ausgeführtes farbiges Blatt mit einer soldatischen Trinkszene sowie der Unterschrift: " So ein Krieg ist eigentlich gar nicht so schlimm. Erstens braucht man sich überhaupt nicht mehr zu rasieren und zweitens hat man, wenn man mit dem Leben davon kommt einen Gesprächsstoff für das ganze Leben ". ( Zur Erinnerung an manche Suffkoppsitzung, F. Rumpf, 19. V. 1936 ). Weitere Blätter mit farbigen Anfangsillustrationen. Die weit überwiegende Zahl der Blätter unbeschrieben. Zusammen lose in einer Original-Lederkassette inliegend mit 2 farbigen Rückenschildchen " Denkmahl der Freundschaft " sowie " O. Grossman ",Quer 8° ( 18,5 x 19,5 cm ). Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, etwas berieben, ansonsten guter Zustand. ( Gewicht 1050 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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        In Dubious Battle

      Covici-Friede 1936 - A near fine first edition in a very good dust jacket. Original price of $2.50 still on front flap. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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        Chaucer A.B.C

      Paris: The Obelisk Press,, 1936. Being a hymn to the Holy Virgin in an English version by Geoffrey Chaucer from the French of Guillaume de Deguilleville. Preface by Louis Gillet. Quarto. Original pale blue wrappers, titles to front cover in blue. Housed in the publisher's pale blue and silver chemise and slipcase, with printed paper label to spine. Wrappers a little toned to edges, endleaves lightly foxed, the slipcase slightly torn with some minor spotting. A superb copy. First edition, limited issue. Number 80 of 300 copies printed on Arches mould-made vellum paper. A scarce copy of the alphabet book with illuminated initials by Lucia Joyce (1907-1982). "Joyce arranged without [Lucia's] knowledge to have her lettrines published at his expense in A Chaucer ABC and in his own Pomes Penyeach" (Chester G. Anderson, James Joyce and his world). The design of illuminated letters was one of a number of different paths she pursued at various times, probably in imitation of her father's life as a creative artist: others included singing, dancing and writing. During the 1930s James Joyce consulted with various physicians about her deteriorating mental state, including Carl Jung; she was eventually diagnosed with schizophrenia.

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        Chaucer A.B.C. Being a hymn to the Holy Virgin in an English version by Geoffrey Chaucer from the French of Guillaume de Deguilleville. Preface by Louis Gillet.

      Paris: The Obelisk Press, 1936 - Quarto. Original pale blue wrappers, titles to front cover in blue. Housed in the publisher's pale blue and silver chemise and slipcase, with printed paper label to spine. Wrappers a little toned to edges, endleaves lightly foxed, the slipcase slightly torn with some minor spotting. A superb copy. First edition, limited issue. Number 80 of 300 copies printed on Arches mould-made vellum paper. A scarce copy of the alphabet book with illuminated initials by Lucia Joyce (1907-1982). "Joyce arranged without [Lucia's] knowledge to have her lettrines published at his expense in A Chaucer ABC and in his own Pomes Penyeach" (Chester G. Anderson, James Joyce and his world). The design of illuminated letters was one of a number of different paths she pursued at various times, probably in imitation of her father's life as a creative artist: others included singing, dancing and writing. During the 1930s James Joyce consulted with various physicians about her deteriorating mental state, including Carl Jung; she was eventually diagnosed with schizophrenia.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Collected Poems

      New York: The Black Sun Press, 1936. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition. Number 465 of a limited 800 copies. Near Fine, lacking glassine wrapper. Toning to spine, light soiling to rear cover. Vintage bookseller label to rear paste down. A lovely copy.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        From Snow To Snow

      Henry Holt, NY, 1936. 1st edition. Hardcover. Fine in fine dustjacket. Signed by the author at the foot of the first poem, 'Storm Fear'. The twelve poems selected are the author's personal favourites from his work for each month of the year - December's choice is his famous poem 'Stopping By Woods On a Snowy Evening', which is also reproduced in manuscript opposite the title page. Superb example of this charming title and extremely scarce in this condition.

      [Bookseller: Shellhouse Books]
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        Olympischen Spiele 1936

      Raumbild-Verlag Otto Schönstein, Diessen am Ammersee 1936 - 4to. 55 pp. 100 Raumbild-Aufnahmen, Cloth, very good. (13600). Stereoscopic prints and viewer within. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bauer Rare Books]
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        Horror on the Asteroid

      London: Philip Allan, 1936., 1936. First edition. 8vo. Bound in publisher's red cloth titled and ruled in black to spine. Minor rubbing and shelfwear, some sunning to extremities. Very good indeed. In a very good, clean example of the extremely scarce dustwrapper, with chipping and loss to spine ends affecting the title and publisher. Minor loss to corners, some soiling and creasing to white rear panel. Perhaps doesn't sound particularly delicious, but it's rarity in any form of dustwrapper makes up somewhat for the wear and tear. One of the highly collectable "Creeps" series.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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      Washington, DC: The Democratic Party. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1936. First Edition. Hardcover. Gold-tooled brown leather with watered silk endpapers; Limited Edition of which this Is No. 1129; Signed by Franklin D. Roosevelt; Extra illustration of FDR tipped on first blank sheet; Tiny crack in leather at bottom of front hinge fold, minor rubs at spine ends; Large quarto ; Photographs and drawings .

      [Bookseller: Gravelly Run Antiquarians]
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        Album Olympique: Le Reflet Fidèle de la XIème Olympiade

      Le Petit Parisien, Paris 1936 - Folio. 62, [2]pp. Original illustrated wrappers. Front cover superbly illustrated by Paul Ordner, renowned commercial illustrator and poster artist. Exquisite commemorative album published by "Le Petit Parisien," the prominent French newspaper during the Third Republic with the biggest newspaper circulation in the world at this time. This work is a superb photographic record of the1936 Berlin Olympic Games with hundreds of photogravures depicting the major sportive events and actors of the XIth Olympiad. Some rubbing on spine and along front joint. Minor chipping and closed tear at upper corner of front wrap. Upper corners bumped, thus slightly affecting pages throughout. Very minor age-toning along paper margin. Text in French. Wrappers in overall good, interior in good+ condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Olympischen Spiele 1936; Im Berlin und Garmisch-Partenkirchen

      Cigaretten-Bilderdienst, Hamburg-Bahrenfeld 1936 - 4to. 2 volumes. v1: 128; v2: 165 pp. Illustrated. Cloth in dustwrappers, very good. (20632). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Twenty-Five Poems

      J.M. Dent & Sons LTD. London 1936 - First Edition, First Printing with the words "First Published 1936" printed on the copyright page. A superb copy. This ORIGINAL First Issue dustjacket has the publisher's 2/6 net printed price present on the front flap. The book is in excellent shape. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp. The pages are exceptionally clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A superb copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION in collector's condition. We buy Dylan Thomas First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        E. Brief mit U. (Briefkarte).

      Küsnacht, 15. XII. 1936. - 1 ½ Seiten quer-8vo. Mit gedrucktem Namen und Adresse. Mit e. Briefumschlag. An den Psychiater Max Nachmansohn (1887-1937) in Luzern, der ihm sein Werk „Wesen und Formen des Gewissens" zugesandt hatte: „[ ] für Ihr freundliches Buchgeschenk habe ich Ihnen vielmals zu danken. Ich habe schöne Stundendamit verbracht. Ein großes, sittliches Thema, mit Ernst und reichem Gewissen ergründet und ausgeführt. Seien Sie beglückwünscht [ ]" – Die Lektüre von Nachmansohns Buch fand keinen Niederschlag in Manns Tagebüchern. In den Herbstmonaten dieses Jahres verlor Thomas Mann seine Deutsche Staatsbürgerschaft und es wurde ihm die Ehrendoktorwürde der UniversitätBonn aberkannt.

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      ARDIZZONE. ARDIZZONE,EDWARD. LITTLE TIM AND THE BRAVE SEA CAPTAIN. London, NY, & Toronto: Oxford Univ.Press, 1936. Folio, pictorial boards, slight edge rubbing else near FINE IN DUST WRAPPER (dw chipped, frayed). First edition of Ardizzone's first book for children. Written by Ardizzone with text in calligraphy and with color illustrations on every page. Although it was published in London and New York, the entire edition was printed in New York during a hot, humid summer. To protect the pictures it had to be printed on one side of paper only. This is a wonderful story that Eyre calls "one of the most convincing British picture story books yet produced" (p.43). Whalley (p.188-9) notes that this was one of the first books to be printed with photolithography... it proved to be a major landmark in the history of the English picture book.

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        The general theory of employment interest and money

      London, Macmillan and Co., 1936. 8vo., xii + 403 + (1)pp., in the original publisher's cloth lettered gilt. A fine, bright, copy without blemish, but without a dustwrapper. First edition: first issue. One of the iconic books in the development of economic thought by one of the outstanding economists of his generation. 'The composition of this book', Keynes declares, 'has been for the author a long struggle of escape, and so must the reading of it be for most readers if the author's assault upon them is to be successful, - a struggle of escape from habitual modes of thought and expression. The ideas which are here expressed so laboriously are extremely simple and should be obvious. The difficulty lies, not in the new ideas, but in escaping from the old ones, which ramify, for those brought up as most of us have been, into every corner of our minds.' [Preface,> p. viii].

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        We The Living

      New York: The Macmillan Company. 1936., 1936. First Edition. Elegantly hand-bound in full navy blue morocco, with raised bands and gilt titles to spine. Top edge gilt, marbled end papers. Publisher's original cloth upper and spine bound in at rear. Internally clean. A fine copy. Her first novel, the semi-autobiographical "We the Living" is set in Communist Russia, it focused on the struggle between the individual and the state. Adapted into a pair of Italian films, "Noi vivi" and "Addio, Kira", in 1942. Rediscovered in the 1960s, these films were later re-edited into a new version which was approved by Rand and re-released, posthumously as "We The Living" (1986). Perinn [A1]

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      1936. UTZ, William Henry. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THE BARTLETT MARSHALL DUNCAN AND HENRY UTZ FAMILIES. Arranged & Edited by W.H. Utz. St. Joseph, Missouri, 1936. 8vo., black cloth, stamped in gilt. Although not stated, apparently only 200 copies were printed. Signed presentation from William Henry Utz on the front pastedown: "Presented to D.A.G. Ouzts by William Henry Utz Jr. Attorney At Law. St. Joseph, MO. June 5th 1944." Then inscribed in another hand: "From Miss Flora A. Outzs," and then inscribed in another hand: "From Mrs. Bessie Morgan, Edgefield, SC, July 5/ '44." A rare book, especially when inscribed by the author. The biographies of two pioneer Missouri families who settled in the Platte Purchase, near Old Sparta. Also contains letters and information during the Civil War. Two Utz family members joined the Confederate Army and letters included are from prison by John H. Utz, who was arrested in a foiled plot to attack federal troops in the state after the war. Very Good (little edgewear & rubbing). $750.00.

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        Thun Strandbad. (Lido). Farbige Original-Lithographie.

      Gedruckt bei: Lith. Casserini-Aebi Thun, 1936.. Bildgrösse: 102 x 64 cm. Im Stein signiert. Guter Zustand..

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        Panzerwagen Typ ADGZ - Technische Beschreibung und Betriebsvorschrift. - Beiliegend: Plan der Panzermontierung ADGZ Serie 35. Original-Blaupause der Steyrerwerke 1936. - Technische Beschreibung des verwendeten Voith-Turbo-Getriebes JCL 5,4 m 2.,

      Wien, Eigenverlag, o.J. um 1936. - 38 Seiten Text und 76 Abbildungen auf 29 teils gefalteten Tafeln, Die Fotos zeigen Ansichten, Bauteile, Explosionszeichnungen, Elektrik- und Hydraulikschemen,.; der Plan zeigt den Panzerwagen in Auf-, Seiten- und Vorderansicht und einige Schnitten mit Querverweisen auf Detailzeichnungen der einzelnen Montagegruppen und den Hauptmaßen, Größe ca.376 x 120 cm; Voith-Turbo-Getriebe: 4°, 4Seiten Text und drei mehrfach gefaltete Tafeln. Einband etwas berieben, Rücken mit Mausbiss, innen sehr guter und sauberer Zustand. ------------------------------------------------------------- Der Steyr ADGZ war eine Panzerspähwagen-Entwicklung des österreichischen Konzerns Steyr aus dem Jahre 1934. Er sollte sowohl für das Österreichische Bundesheer als auch für die Polizei eingesetzt werden. Nach dem Anschluss Österreichs wurden die Fahrzeuge in die Wehrmacht und von der SS übernommen. Die Entwicklung dieses Fahrzeuges begann 1934 und endete ein Jahr später. Insgesamt wurden von 1935 bis 1937 27 Fahrzeuge hergestellt. 12 ADGZ Radpanzer waren Teil der Armee, alle waren in der Schnellen Division eingesetzt, während 14 Fahrzeuge Teil der Polizei und Gendarmerie waren. Nach dem Anschluss wurden nahezu alle ADGZs von der Waffen-SS übernommen und für Polizeiaufgaben und zur Partisanenbekämpfung eingesetzt. Man orderte 1941 sogar noch weitere 25 Fahrzeuge welche dann 1942 auf dem Balkan und in der Sowjetunion eingesetzt wurden. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1200 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Tenements of Chicago 1908–1935

      Chicago: The University of Chicago Press,, 1936. Assisted by Sophonisba P. Breckenridge and other associates in the School of Social Service Administration of the University of Chicago. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine and front board gilt. With the dust jacket. Frontispiece, 34 plates, 9 maps. Ownership signature to front free endpaper. Small closed tear to front free endpaper; an excellent, fresh copy in the jacket that has some toning to spine and panel edges, three-quarters of front flap separating from front panel, some shallow chips and nicks to extremities. First edition, first impression. Scarce in the jacket. The results of a 25-year research project, this landmark study of tenement neighbourhoods in Chicago was undertaken by two prominent female social scientists and reformers. Abbott earned a PhD in economics and penned over 100 books and articles calling for improved social welfare and the alleviation of poverty, and in 1935 she was one of the drafters of the Social Security Act. Breckenridge was, in 1895, the first woman admitted to the Kentucky bar, and later earned a PhD in economics. She moved to Chicago in 1907 and began working on issues related to poverty before becoming a full professor at the University of Chicago. In 1925 the two women co-founded the influential journal Social Service Review, which is still published by the University of Chicago.

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        Gone With the Wind

      New York: Macmillan Company,, 1936. Octavo. Original grey cloth, titles and decoration to front board and spine in blue, top edge pale brown. With the dust jacket. Housed in a brown solander box. Extremities lightly rubbed, spine slightly toned, minor wear to spine ends and corners, small light dampstain to the fore margin of the first ten leaves. An excellent copy in a price-clipped jacket light dampstains along spine and rear panel, chips and tears to extremities repaired with paper to verso. First edition, first printing, in the first state dust jacket listing this title second in the right-hand column on the rear panel. Signed by Mitchell on the front free endpaper. Additionally, 15 cast and crew members of the 1939 film have signed with their name and that of their character on the first few pages of the book. These include Evelyn Keyes (Suellen O'Hara), Ann Rutherford (Carreen O'Hara), Butterfly McQueen (Prissy), Rand Brooks (Charles Hamilton), and Cammie King Conlon (Bonnie Blue Butler).

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        Collection of 188 Republican Newspapers from the Spanish Civil War

      Various Publishers 1936-38, Various Places - -El Mercantil Valenciano: Diario Republicano de Izquierdas. Valencia: S.i., 1937. 18 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Año LXVI, Nos. 23.845, 854-856, 957-[958], 962, 965, 967-969, 971, 973, 982; Nos. 24.002-003, 005, 014. -El Socialista. Madrid: Pablo Iglesias, 1937. 10 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Año LII, Nos. 8.464, 469-471, 474-475, 477, 555, 573, [no number]. -El Pueblo: Diario del Partido Sindicalista. Valencia: S.i., 1937. 6 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Año XLIV, Nos. 15.394, 409, 411, 413, 424, 435. -La Correspondencia de Valencia: Portavoz de la "Union General de Trabajadores." Valencia: S.i., 1937. 13 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Año LX, Nos. 23.445, 450, 452-454, 456-457, 460, 464, 469, 478, 480, 482.-CNT: Organo de la Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo. Madrid: S.i., 1937. 4 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Año VI, Nos. 625, 737, 740-741.-Treball: Organ Centro del Partit Socialista Unificat de Catalunya (Internacional Communista). Barcelona: S.i., 1937. Text is in Catalan; illus. 12 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Any II, Nos. 390-398, 401-402, 404-405. *No.402 possible partial issue (p.1-2 only). -Mundo Obrero: Organo Central del Partido Comunista (S.E.I.C). Madrid: S.i., 1937; illus. 13 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Nos. 443, [32?], 451, 453-455, 513-515, 536-537, 570, 586, 591, 601.-Verdad: Organo del Partido Comunista. Valencia: S.i., 1937; illus. 31 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Nos.38-43, 45-53, 59, 61-62, 68-80.-Fragua Social: Organo de la Confederacion Regional del Trabajo de Levante / Portavoz de la Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo de España. Valencia: S.i., 1937; illus. 49 issues, with publication seqence as follows: Año II, Nos. 219, 224-225, 227-228, 233-234, 241-243, 245, 327-329, 331-332, 334-340, 342, 347-349, 351-352, 356, 358-363, 365-378.-Castilla Libre: Organo de la Confederacion Regional del Trabajo del Centro. [Madrid]: CNT-AIT / Isabelo Romero, 1937. 3 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Año I, Nos. 102, 218-219.-Mañana: Portavoz del Partido Sindicalista en Cataluña. Barcelona: Angel Pestaña, 1937; illus. 2 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Año I, Nos.72-73.-Euzkadi. Barcelona: S.i., [1937]-1938; text is in Spanish and Basque. 2 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Año XXV, No.7639; Año XXVI, No.7667. -Claridad: Portavoz de la U.G.T. Madrid: S.i., 1937. 3 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Año II, Nos.456, 525, 527.-El Correo de Andalucia: Diario Catolico Fundad en el Año 1899. Sevilla: S.i, 1937; illus. 2 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Año 39, Nos. 12.678, 683. -Mundo Gráfico. Madrid: S.i., 1937-38; illus. 2 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Año XXVII, No. 1.361; Año XVIII, No. 1.368.-ABC: Diario Ilustrado. Madrid-Sevilla, S.i., 1936; illus. 2 issues, with publication sequence as follows: Año Trigesimosegundo, Nos. 10.341, 363.-Crónica. Madrid: S.A., Hermosilla, 1938; illus. 1 issue: Año X, No.429. -Hoja Oficial del Lunes de Barcelona. Barcelona: Casa de Asistencia Presidente Macia, 1938. 1 issue: No.646 (2 May, 1938).-Spain and the World. London, S.Clements, 1938. 1 issue: Vol.II, No.37 (15 July, 1938).-Solidaridad Obrera: Organo de la Confederacion Regional del Trabajo en Cataluña / Portavoz de la Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo de España. Barcelona: S.i., 1938; illus. 1 issue: Año VIII, No.1839 (20 March, 1938).-La Rambla: Portanveu del Partit Socialista Unificat de Catalunya (Internacional Comunista). Barcelona: Rambla Caneletes, 1937; illus.; text is in Catalan. 1 issue: Any VIII, No.877 (4 November, 1937). -La Batalla: Organo Central del Partido Obrero de Unificacion Marxista. Baños Nuevos: S.i., 1937; illus. 2 issues: Nos. 232 (1 May, 1937), 241 (13 May, 1937).-La Humanitat. Barcelona: Lluis Companys, 1937; illus; text is in Catalan. 1 issue: Any VI, No. 1.777 (6 November, 1937).-La Libertad:

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      Collins Crime Club 1936 - First edition. Original orange cloth with thick black lettering. Author's presentation copy, inscribed "With love from Agatha" on the front endpaper. A near fine copy with a slightly faded spine. Inscribed for Geoff and Violet Shipston, close friends and the dedicatees of Three Act Tragedy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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