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        The Story of Ferdinand

      Viking Press, 1936 First edition. First Published September 1936 stated on the copyright page. Inscribed with drawings by the author on the front free end paper. Book very good, some rubbing along board edges and corners. Dust jacket very good, fading along spine, some wear along edges but not bad. Flap price $1.00. Previous owner's name on inside cover. Housed in a custom-made slipcase. We will provide a certificate of authenticity.. Inscribed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

      [Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books]
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        Mr. Jorkens Remembers Africa.

      London: William Heinemann Ltd.,, 1936. Octavo. Original orange cloth, titles to spine in black, publisher's device to rear board in black. With the dust jacket. Spine rolled, edges lightly spotted. A very good copy in the dust jacket with a touch of spotting to the front panel and verso, some light chipping to head of spine and a few minor nicks. First edition, first printing of this collection of short stories, scarce in the dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Gugong Zhoukan (or) ku kung chou k'an (Gu gong zhou kan / [bian ji chu Beiping gu gong bo wu yuan].) Museum Palace weekly Gugong Xunkan (originally titled, Gugong Zhoukan)

      National Palace Museum, Peking 1936 - 21 paperbound volumes plus an index to those volumes. All housed in a custom-made folio-slipcase of grey buckram/boards with black lettering. Profusely illustrated. HEAVY AND WILL REQUIRE EXTRA POSTAGE!!!!! (28 pounds / 12.7 kilos / two stone). Text in Chinese. Each bound volume has a different color paper for the outer wraps, with an image in the center. A note on the cover of issue for Vol. 1 states that this was issued bi-weekly. Independent research indicates it was published weekly, or more frequently at times with appx. 4 volumes per year. Collated as follows: V.1: pp. 1-104, comprised of 26 issues in uniformly colored ink, preceded by 3 pp. V.2: (104 pp. 26 issues preceded by 3 pp); Vol.3: (96 pp. 24 issues preceded by 3 pp.); Vol. 4: (96 pp. 24 issues preceded by 3 pp.); Vol. 5: (96 pp. preceded by 3 pp., covers are thicker, format changes to 8 pp. per issue and different ink colors each issue); Vol. 6: 128 pp. comprised of 16 issues printed in different colors preceded by 3 pp.; Vol. 7: 80 pp. comprised of 20 4 pp issues in uniform ink color, preceded by 3 pp.; Vol. 8: pp. 81-180 comprised of 25 4 pp. issues printed in uniform ink color, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 9: pp. 181-280, comprised of 25 issues 4 pp. printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 10: pp. 281-380, comprised of 25 issues 4 pp. each printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 11: pp. 381-480, 25 issues, uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 12: pp. 481 - 580, 25 issues in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 13: pp. 581-680, 25 issues in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 14: pp. 681-780, 25 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 15: pp. 781-880, 25 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 16: pp. 881-980, 25 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. tear to page 980 with tiny loss; Vol. 17: pp. 981-1080, 25 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 18: pp. 1081-1180, 25 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 19: pp. 1181-1280, 25 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 20: pp. 1281-1380, 25 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 21: pp. 1381-1520, 35 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. minor damage to page edges, slight loss to corner of front cover. Index is 33 pp. This seems to add up to 508 issues, various bibliographies call for 510 issues, no pages missing during collation. Google "gu-gong-zhou-kan.php" for a typical bibliographical entry. The contents of these weekly publications coincides with critical moments in the history of the Palace Museum and are vital reference works. Complete sets are extemely scarce. A similar set, bound as 5 volumes, sold for $26,250 at the Robert Ellsworth Library sale in March 2015. All issues in varying degrees of condition but mostly clean, tight contents with wear to spines, age toning to covers, and soiling to covers of index. Art museum ex-lib. copy with bookplate and pocket inside folio covers. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        SAINT KATY THE VIRGIN

      1936 - [Mt. Vernon NY: The Golden Eagle Press | Covici Friede, 1936.] Original decorated boards with gold spine lettered in red. First Edition, consisting of 199 numbered copies SIGNED by John Steinbeck (this being #162). This was produced as a Christmas gift for employees and friends of the Covici Friede publishing house (in some copies, but now lacking here and in most copies, there was a loosely-inserted slip expressing Christmas greetings while hyping the soon-to-be-published OF MICE AND MEN). Saint Katy is, incidentally, a pig.~Except for a little rubbing of the delicate surface-patterned boards, this is a remarkably fine copy; it was issued without a printed dust jacket -- only with an acetate wrapper (no longer present). This copy is now enclosed in a handsome morocco-backed slipcase with inner chemise. Goldstone & Payne A6a. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sumner & Stillman [ABAA]]
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        Reichsparteitag der Ehre. Komplett !

      Diessen, Raumbild Verlag Otto Schönstein, 1936. 4°, 61 Seiten mit 100 Raumbildern komplett ! mit Brille ! Illustrierter Original-Leineneinband mit Goldprägung - Einband lichtrandig sonst guter Zustand - 1936. z422 Versand D: 6,00 EUR Zweiter Weltkrieg II und Nationalsozialismus, Reichsparteitage, NSDAP, Deutsche Geschichte

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ehbrecht]
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        Castellio gegen Calvin oder Ein Gewissen gegen die Gewalt.

      Reichner,, Wien u.a, 1936 - Wien u.a, Reichner, (1936). 333 + 2 S. OLwd. m. OSch. im Schuber. EA. WG II 123. - Leichte Gbrsp., Schuber u. R. etw. berieben. Deutsch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek]
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        Schutzbundkämpfer erzählen vom Februar 1934.

      Moskau., Verlagsgenossenschaft Ausländischer Arbeiter in der UdSSR 1936 - 177 S. 8°, ill. OKt. (John Heartfield). (Schick XXX). Umschlagentwurf unter Benutzung einer Fotomontage John Heartfields von H. Klering! Innenteil illustriert. Mit aufklappbarer Übersichtskarte der Kämpfe vom 12. - 15. Februar. Franz Leschanz - Die ersten Schüsse in Linz; Anton Kessel - Kampf auf eigene Faust; Karl Stern - Der Bahnhof Floridsdorf in den Händen der Arbeiter; Alois Zehetner - Der Kampf um Steyr; Otto Fischer - Aus den Kämpfen in Steiermark. Umschlag leicht berieben und an den Kanten etwas rissig. Sehr selten! 300 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rotes Antiquariat]
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        In Dubious Battle

      Covici-Friede, New York 1936 - First Edition, First Printing. This First Issue dustjacket has the publisher's $2.50 printed price present on the front flap with some wear to the spine and top front panel of the dustjacket. The book is in excellent condition and appears UNREAD. The book is bound in the ORIGINAL publisher's cloth with slight wear to the edges. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A beautiful book with the original dustjacket in very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        The U.S.A. Trilogy: The 42nd Parallel, 1919, The Big Money

      New York: Harper & Bros./ Harcourt, Brace, 1930, 1932, 1936 - First Editions. The 42nd Parallel has a bookplate and is very good in dust jacket. 1919 is very good in a very good dust jacket with paper tape inside the top and bottom of the spine. The Big Money is very good in dust jacket, and was inscribed by the author in 1939. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter L. Stern & Co., Inc., A.B.A.A.]
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        Organisationsbuch der NSDAP.

      Mnch., Zentralverlag 1936. Olwd. XXXXIII,550 S. Mit 71 farb. Tafelseiten u. zahlr. Textillustr. --Einbd. ber. u. fl., gebräunt, die Tafeln stockfl.Versand D: 7,00 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ottmar Müller]
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        Black Spring

      Paris: Obelisk, 1936. First Edition. Wraps. Very good +. Covers loose with 2 1/2' tear between upper cover and tail of spine with 1 1/2" tear between head of spine and lower cover. First printing 250F (pencil) to free endpaper, otherwise text block tight and unmarked.

      [Bookseller: Liberty Book Store IOBA FABA]
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        Gone with the Wind

      MacMillan 1936 - A very good first edition, first issue (May, 1936 on the copyright page) in a poor second state dj (GWTW listed first on back panel) with spine and front flap of jacket replaced. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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        The Case of the Stuttering Bishop (First Edition, inscribed)

      New York: William Morrow, 1936. First Edition. First Edition. INSCRIBED by the author on the front endpaper: "To Noni / With best from the 'boss' / Erle Stanley Gardner." According to Dorothy Hughes' biography of Gardner, Noni Bibler was one of Gardner's early assistants, and clearly took down much of this novel from dictation. Dampstain affecting the rear board edges, the topstain, and the rear jacket panel, overall Very Good plus in a Fair dust jacket. Jacket is missing the bottom half of the spine panel, and is detached along portions of a couple of folds.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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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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        Die Blendung.

      Wien, Reichner 1936 - 21 x 13,5 cm, 560 S., Vorsätze locker, gelöschter Bibliotheksstempel, Einbandzeichnung von Alfred Kubin, Ecken gering bestossen

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        TALES OF MYSTERY AND IMAGINATION

      New York Tudor Publishing Co. 1936 - Trade edition of the impressive Clarke/Poe. With 32 plates by Harry Clarke, comprised of 8 tipped-in colour plates and 24 plates in black and white, and with a profusion of Clarke's head and tail-pieces throughout. 4to, in the publisher’s original black cloth, with a pictorial pastedown on on the upper cover printed in black and gilt, and gilt lettering to the spine, and with the scarce original dustjacket with more of Clarke's decorations in black, white and green. 412, (1) pp. An unusually bright and fine copy of this impressive edition of Clarke's Poe, a beautiful book. The scarce dustjacket with just the most minor wear, a slight abrasion to the rear flap. FIRST OF THE EDITION AND A SCARCE DUST-JACKETED COPY OF THIS IMPORTANT ILLUSTRATED BOOK. The Tudor issue with the plates in colour added to the edition. There are twenty-nine tales including "The Pit and the Pendulum", "The Murders in the Rue Morgue", "The Fall of the House of Usher", and "The Descent into the Maelstrom." Clarke's superb drawings evoke the dense spiritual qualities reflected within Poe's exquisite and impassioned writing. A wonderful marriage of artist and writer. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA]
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        Gone With The Wind.

      New York: Macmillan, 1936. First. hardcover. very good(-). Thick 8vo, gray cloth,stamped in blue; some binding wear. N.Y.: Macmillan, 1936. First Edition. Published in May, 1936. Autographed by Mitchell. Remnants of the first issue dust wrapper are laid in.

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        Reichsgesetzblatt Teil I Jahrgänge 1936-1939 in 6 Bänden / O r i g i n a l - V e r l a g s e i n b ä n d e

      Berlin, Reichsverlagsamt, 1936 - Vollständige Ausgabe im Original-Verlagseinband der Zeit (6 Bände, jeweils schwarzes Halbleinen / OHLn / HLn 4to im Format 21 x 29,5 cm) mit dekoriertem (NS-Hoheitszeichen), goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und Deckelvignette ebenfalls in Goldprägung, Gewebeecken und Schmuckvorsatzpapier (Hakenkreuzdekor in Silberprägung), Schrift: Fraktur. Die Jahrgänge 1936 und 1937 jeweils in einem Band, die Jahrgänge 1938 und 1939 jeweils in zwei Halbjahres-Bänden. - Exemplare in sehr guter Erhaltung; bei 1938/2. der Rückentitel etwas ausgeblichen und bei 1938/2. der Vorderdeckel leicht aufgebogen, Ecken dort etwas berieben, sonst gut. - Repräsentative Reihe in den stattlichen Original-Verlagsdecken mit wichtigsten NS.-Gesetzen - Deutsches / Drittes / Großdeutsches Reich, Rechtswesen in Großdeutschland, Recht im Nationalsozialismus, Gesetze, Reichsgesetze und nationalsozialistische Verordnungen, völkische Neugestaltung des deutschen Rechts vom Rassenstandpunkt aus, Nürnberger Rassengesetze, Blutschutzgesetz, Reichsbürgergesetz, Juden-Sondergesetzgebung, Erbpflege, Eugenik, deutsches Recht im Sinne der nationalsozialistischen Weltanschauung, Antisemitismus, völkisches Rechtsdenken im nationalsozialistischen deutschen Staat / im deutschen Volksreich von Adolf Hitler, illustrierte Bücher, NS.-Schrifttum, nationalsozialistisches / völkisches Gedankengut Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Galerie für gegenständliche Kunst]
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        L. MOHOLY-NAGY [TELEHOR: MEZINARODNI CASOPIS PRO VISUALNI KULTURU. THE INTERNATIONAL REVIEW NEW VISION. (Year) 1; (Nos.) 1-2, 1936.]

      Telehor, Brno 1936 - 4to., 138 pp., color and b&w plates from paintings, photographs, photograms, graphics and filmstrips. Metal spiral bound printed wrappers, with original glassine over-wrapper and the plain paper outer wrapper which is chipped. There is a tiny bit of rubbing to the lower edge (less than a 16th of an inch wide to the front wrapper, else fine, near new, including the plain black card that was issued to protect the rear wrapper. This is the rare variant issue with black wrappers and the artist's name on the front wrapper. Housed in a newly made clamshell box of cloth with a morocco foredge. This multilingual (French, English, German and Czech) international review published only this single combined volume. The entire issue is devoted to the work of Lazslo Moholy-Nagy, his paintings, photographs and graphics. With texts by Moholy-Nagy, including, "From Pigment to light", "A new instrument of vision", "Problems of the modern film", and "once a chicken, always a chicken." The introduction is by Sigfried Giedion, and a short a text by Frantisek Kalivoda. This illustration shows the glassine over-wrapper. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd., ABAA]
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        La spedizione geografica italiana al Karakoram: (1929-7. E. F.): storia del viaggio e risultati geografici.: Pubblicazione effettuata sotto gli auspici: della Reale Società Geografica Italiana, del Club Alpino Italiano e del Comune di Milano.

      Arti grafiche Bertarelli, Milano-Roma. 1936 - Dopo la rinuncia di Giotto Dainelli, il ruolo di comandante della Spedizione venne affidato ad Aimone di Savoia-Aosta, Duca di Spoleto. La squadra di scienziati al seguito era composta da: Ardito Desio (responsabile delle ricerche geologiche e geografiche), Mario Cugia (per le osservazioni astronomiche e geofisiche), Ludovico di Caporiacco (raccolte zoologiche e botaniche), Gino Allegri (misurazioni antropologiche), Angelo Anfossi (addetto al radiotelegrafo e alle osservazioni meteorologiche). Data la morfologia del territorio in esame, furono reclutate due guide alpine, Leone Bron ed Evaristo Croux, per accompagnare gli studiosi nelle loro escursioni; tale fu anche il ruolo di Umberto Balestreri (capo carovana in assenza del comandante), Vittorio Ponti e Giuseppe Chiardola (impegnato quest’ultimo anche nelle misurazioni topografiche). Completava il quadro Massimo Terzano, teleoperatore addetto alle riprese fotografiche e cinematografiche.\rDopo aver raggiunto il campo-base sul ghiacciaio Baltoro procedendo per scaglioni, gli esploratori effettuarono le loro escursioni dividendosi volta per volta in manipoli[1]. Di particolare autonomia beneficiò Desio, il quale dapprima conquistò con Croux la Sella Conway, quindi risalì con Balestreri la val Shaksgam fino al ghiacciaio Kyagar; compì inoltre una perlustrazione completa del bacino idrografico del ghiacciaio Panmah, accompagnato da Ponti; infine, nel viaggio di ritorno da Skardu a Srinagar attraversò in solitaria l’altopiano delle Deosai, trattenendovisi per due settimane. Nel complesso, la Spedizione lasciò l’Italia a cominciare dal 2 febbraio 1929, mentre l’ultimo gruppo rientrò in patria il 24 ottobre dello stesso anno.\rL’opera è divisa in due parti. La prima parte a cura di Aimone di Savoia-Aosta affronta la storia della spedizione, la seconda curata da Ardito Desio raccoglie i risultati geografici (il bacino del Panmah, il bacino del Baltoro, il bacino del Sarpo-Lago, il bacino dello Shagsgam superiore). Precedono l’opera una dedica a stampa e le fotografie dei componenti della spedizione, seguono l’opera alcune appendici astronomiche, geologiche ed etnografiche. Il nostro esemplare appartiene all’edizione numerata impressa su carta bianca fine, rilegato in juta e numerato (N. 703). Formato: 2 v. (XXIV, [2], 568, LI p., [38] c. di tav.; [9] c. ripieg.), 29 cm, tela di juta con titoli impressi a stampa. Il contenitore delle mappe è in cartonato pesante. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo. Lievi segni di foxing, alcune macchioline di ruggine alla legatura. Il contenitore delle mappe presenta il dorso con screpolature

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige]
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        The Story of Ferdinand

      Viking, 1936 A very good first edition (so stated on copyright page) in a good price-clipped dust jacket with a long tear on the front panel closed inside with tape. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.

      [Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books]
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        Nothing so Monstrous

      Pynson Printers, New York, 1936 - LIMITED EDITION of 370 copies printed. A wonderful copy. The book is in great shape. The binding is tight with minor wear to the boards. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A lovely copy in collector's condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        Nothing So Monsterous

      The Pynson Printers of New York, New York 1936 - The Pynson Printers of NY at request of F.B. Adams, December 1936. First separate edition and printing of one of the episodes of The Pastures of Heaven. Bound in marbled boards red/orange spine with black-impressed title. Binding and pages in excellent condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Emporium. Rivista mensile d'arte e di cultura.

      Bergamo, Istituto Italiano d'Arti Grafiche, 1918/1938 (Vol. 47/85) ventuno annate dal n. 277 al n. 517 per 235 fascicoli, copertine originali e tutti in buono ottimo stato di conservazione. Mancano i soli n. 421 (genn. 1930), 483 (mar. 1935), 490 (ott. 1935), 496 (apr. 1936), 501 (sett. 1936), 515 (nov. 1936). Tutti :

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        Gugong Zhoukan (or) ku kung chou k'an (Gu gong zhou kan / [bian ji chu Beiping gu gong bo wu yuan].) Museum Palace weekly Gugong Xunkan (originally titled, Gugong Zhoukan)

      Peking: National Palace Museum, 1936. Softbound. All issues in varying degrees of condition but mostly clean, tight contents with wear to spines, age toning to covers, and soiling to covers of index. Art museum ex-lib. copy with bookplate and pocket inside folio covers.. 21 paperbound volumes plus an index to those volumes. All housed in a custom-made folio-slipcase of grey buckram/boards with black lettering. Profusely illustrated. HEAVY AND WILL REQUIRE EXTRA POSTAGE!!!!! (28 pounds / 12.7 kilos / two stone). Text in Chinese. Each bound volume has a different color paper for the outer wraps, with an image in the center. A note on the cover of issue for Vol. 1 states that this was issued bi-weekly. Independent research indicates it was published weekly, or more frequently at times with appx. 4 volumes per year. Collated as follows: V.1: pp. 1-104, comprised of 26 issues in uniformly colored ink, preceded by 3 pp. V.2: (104 pp. 26 issues preceded by 3 pp); Vol.3: (96 pp. 24 issues preceded by 3 pp.); Vol. 4: (96 pp. 24 issues preceded by 3 pp.); Vol. 5: (96 pp. preceded by 3 pp., covers are thicker, format changes to 8 pp. per issue and different ink colors each issue); Vol. 6: 128 pp. comprised of 16 issues printed in different colors preceded by 3 pp.; Vol. 7: 80 pp. comprised of 20 4 pp issues in uniform ink color, preceded by 3 pp.; Vol. 8: pp. 81-180 comprised of 25 4 pp. issues printed in uniform ink color, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 9: pp. 181-280, comprised of 25 issues 4 pp. printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp.. Vol. 10: pp. 281-380, comprised of 25 issues 4 pp. each printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 11: pp. 381-480, 25 issues, uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 12: pp. 481 - 580, 25 issues in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 13: pp. 581-680, 25 issues in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 14: pp. 681-780, 25 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 15: pp. 781-880, 25 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp.. Vol. 16: pp. 881-980, 25 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. tear to page 980 with tiny loss; Vol. 17: pp. 981-1080, 25 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 18: pp. 1081-1180, 25 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 19: pp. 1181-1280, 25 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 20: pp. 1281-1380, 25 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. Vol. 21: pp. 1381-1520, 35 issues printed in uniform ink, preceded by 3 pp. minor damage to page edges, slight loss to corner of front cover. Index is 33 pp. This seems to add up to 508 issues, various bibliographies call for 510 issues, no pages missing during collation. Google "gu-gong-zhou-kan.php" for a typical bibliographical entry. The contents of these weekly publications coincides with critical moments in the history of the Palace Museum and are vital reference works. Complete sets are extemely scarce. A similar set, bound as 5 volumes, sold for $26,250 at the Robert Ellsworth Library sale in March 2015.

      [Bookseller: Mullen Books, Inc. ABAA / ILAB]
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        After Everest.

      London: Hodder and Stoughton Ltd,, 1936. The experiences of a mountaineer and medical missionary. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine gilt, map front endpaper. With the dust jacket. Frontispiece with tissue-guard, 21 plates and a folding map. A little fading to edges of cloth, light foxing to edges; an excellent copy in the bright, price-clipped jacket with chips to head of panels, and spine panel creased, some small chips and nicks to panels and extremities. First edition, first impression. Uncommon in the jacket.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Typed Letter, Signed, from Cushing to Albert Berthel, 81a Chester Square, London, S.W. 1, England (June 29, 1936). Matted and framed (total size 17" x 14").

      1936. 1936 - Very Good. Letterhead: Dr. Harvey Cushing/ Yale University/ The School of Medicine/ New Haven Connecticut. June 29, 1936. Dear Mr. Berthel, Thanks for your letter of May 17. I am greatly interested in old medical books but do not go in for engravings and portraits. If you run across any interesting rare copies of books by Nicholas Culpepper [sic], the astrologer, I will be glad to have you quote them for me. Sincerely yours, Harvey Cushing (signed). On January 25, 1935, "H.C. entertained the Nathan Smith Club, an undergraduate society of medical historians, at his house. . . . Cushing followed with a diverting paper on his seventeenth-century friend, Nicholas Culpeper, herb doctor and charlatan, who had interested H.C. because of the wide influence exerted by his nostrums. H.C. had always been intrigued by fantastic personalities, and Culpeper, as a self-confessed impostor, engaged his attention to such an extent that he brought together over the years 119 different editions of his various writings" (Fulton, Harvey Cushing, p. 657). In the catalogue of The Harvey Cushing Collection of Books and Manuscripts, the books by Nicholas Culpeper are C530-C639 (pp. 56-57). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Adolf Hitler - ein Mann und sein Volk / Sonderausgabe Illustrierter Beobachter * H A L B P E R G A M E N T - Vorzugsausgabe mit dem F A R B D R U C K von PROF. KNIRR und 8seitigem O r i g i n a l - V e r l a g s p r o s p e k t

      München, Franz Eher Nachf., 1936 - Vollständige Ausgabe im original Verlagseinband (Halbpergament im Format 28 x 37 cm) mit goldgeprägtem Deckeltitel. 96 Seiten mit zahlreichen Fotoabbildungen auf Kunstdruckpapier, Schrift: Fraktur; beiliegend der zugehörige, zumeist fehlende Original-Farbdruck "Unser Führer" nach einem Gemälde von Prof. Knirr und der reichbebilderte kleine Original-Verlagsprospekt (Format 10 x 15 cm, 8 Seiten, ebenfalls im Original).- Aus dem Inhalt: Gunter d`Alquen: Der Führer hat sein Wort gehalten - Hans Schwarz van Berk: Die Gewalt seiner Rede - Heinrich Hoffmann: der Mann in der Menge - Abseits der großen Dinge - Ignatz Westenkirchner / Reichsleiter Max Amann: Alte Kameraden erzählen - W.L.Diehl: Der Gefreite mit dem EK I - Ein interessanter Fund: Film vom ersten Reichsparteitag 1923 - SA-Gruppenführer Wilhelm Weiß: Der Hitler-Prozess 1924 (mit ganzseitiger Fotoabbildung: "Dietrich Eckart, der Freund Adolf Hitlers und nationalsozialistische Vorkämpfer, der am 26. Dezember 1923 durch die Kerkerhaft des Systems gesundheitlich zerrüttet starb. Aufnahme seiner Büste, die in der Halle des Braunen Hauses aufgestellt ist) - Dr. Rudolf Buttmann: "Es wird fünf Jahre dauern." - Josef Stolzing-Czerny: Erinnerungsstücke aus der Kampfzeit (= großer Bildbericht über die Sammlung F.I.M.Rehse, Archiv für Zeitgeschichte und Publizistik in München) - Heinrich Eisen: Ein Antlitz - vom Kampf geformt - Hedwig M.Ley: Eine Bildhauerin schildert ihre Eindrücke - Herbert Seehofer: Geschichte, im Flugzeug erlebt - Vom Sternecker zum Braunen Haus - Alfred-Ingemar Berndt: Der Führer kommt! - Staatssekretär Dr. Wilhelm Stuckart: Adolf Hitler, der Staatsmann - Dr. Alfred Thoß: Brücken zu heldischer Vergangenheit - Fritz Baer: Ohne Heim keine Heimat - Generalsinspektor Dr. Fritz Todt: Deutschland soll schöner werden. Die Straßen Adolf Hitlers - General Hermann Göring: Wir Nationalsozialisten erklären - Reichsleiter Major a.D. Walter Buch: Der Mensch Adolf Hitler - Walter Kiehl: Ordensburg Vogelsang - Reichsstatthalter Martin Mutschmann: Deutschland schafft wieder - Carl Cranz: Deutschlands erster Soldat - Mitarbeiter des Führers berichten (Reichsleiter Philipp Bouhler, Reichsminister R.Walter Darre, Reichs- und Preußischer Verkehrsminister Freiherr von Eltz-Rübenach, Reichsstatthalter in Bayern General der Infanterie Franz Ritter von Epp, Reichsminister Dr.Hans Frank, Reichsminister Dr.Wilhelm Frick, Reichsminister Dr. Joseph Goebbels, Reichsjustizminister Dr.Gürtner, Staatssekretär Konstantin Hierl, Hauptamtsleiter Hilgenfeldt, Reichsstatthalter Gauleiter Hildebrandt, Reichsführer SS Heinrich Himmler, Korpsführer Adolf Hühnlein, Reichsorganisationsleiter Dr. Robert Ley, Chef des Stabes und Oberster SA.-Führer Viktor Lutze, Reichsstatthalter Gauleiter Dr. Alfred Meyer, Amtsleiterin der NS.-Frauenschaft Gertrud Scholtz-Klink, Reichsjugendführer Baldur von Schirach, Reichsschatzmeister Franz Xaver Schwarz, Reichsarbeitsminister Franz Seldte, Reichsstatthalter Gauleiter Sprenger, Reichsstatthalter Gauleiter Robert Wagner) - Klaus Gundelach: Der Vater der Nation. - Mit Druckvermerk: "Fast alle Aufnahme dieser "J.B" - Sonder-Ausgabe lieferte der Reichsbildberichterstatter der NSDAP Heinrich Hoffmann" - Aus einer zeitgenössische Buchbesprechung ("Deutsche Kriegsopferversorgung, Monatsschrift der Frontsoldaten und Kriegsopfer der National-Sozialistischen Kriegsopferversorgung NSKOV, Folge 11 August 1936): "Ein unbekannter Gefreiter des großen Feldheeres kommt gasblind in die Heimat zurück und findet einen Hexensabbat jüdisch-bolschewistischer Anarchie. Ohne Mittel, ohne Einfluss, ohne Gönner steht ein einzelner, der sich draußen vor dem Feinde als einer der Tapfersten bewährte, vor den Trümmern eines Reiches, das vier Jahre lang. . ." - Erstausgabe in guter Erhaltung (Farbdruck am Rand teilsweise etwas ausgefranst, sonst sehr gut); w e i t e r e B e s c h r e i b u n g s.Nr.21061! - Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Bildband Nationalsozialismus, Führerverehrung, Führer-Bildband, Bil [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Autograph Letter, Signed, to Dr. Ronald M. King, 520 Beacon Street, Boston MA (June 19, [1936]), about Harvey Cushing's book From a Surgeon's Journal, and about one of their comrades in Europe during WWI. With Envelope addressed by Harvey Cushing

      1936. 1936 - Very Good. Letterhead of Dr. Harvey Cushing, Yale University, The School of Medicine. June 19 [1936]. Dear Ronald, So good of you to write me about my book [From a Surgeon's Journal]. I'm grateful for your commendation for I was dubious about its publication. Sorry to learn about Kenefick's death--a fine fellow. Give my greetings to any of the boys you encounter. Always yours Harvey Cushing. Ronald King and William J. Kenefick served with Harvey Cushing in the U.S. Army Base Hospital No. 5 during WWI. Ronald King. "Sergeant First Class. Enlisted with Unit, Boston, May 7, 1917. Transferred as Private to A. P. M., Brest, March, 1919. Later promoted to Regimental Sergeant Major" ([Cushing], The Story of U.S. Army Base Hospital No. 5, p. 111). William J. Kenefick was one of the officers. "The largest man in the unit. A Sergeant, first class, at enlistment, but succeeded in getting his commission in the Dental Corps in the spring of 1918. A good-natured fellow who felt his authority a little at times, but a much better officer than sergeant. When last heard from, Bill was with the Engineers." "Harvard Dental School. Enlisted with Unit May 7, 1917, and given rank of Sergeant, First Class. Commissioned First Lieutenant, Dental Corps, April 16, 1918. May 13, 1918, withdrawn for duty with A. E. F. and attached to 17th Engineers" ([Cushing], The Story of U.S. Army Base Hospital No. 5, pp. 68 and 81). [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Scar 77.

      London: Rich and Cowan, 1936., 1936. Association Copy First Edition. Octavo, pp. 311. Blue cloth with yellow titles to spine, in striking pictorial dustwrapper. With a pencil and ink drawing of the protagonist Colonel Grant and an inscription to the front flyleaf. Some spotting to edges, very slight wear to the board edges. Dustjacket show well with a small closed tear to the top of the rear panel, some minor creasing along the top and bottom edges, some marking to the lighter areas. The Inscription reads "Colonel Grant takes Dennis Wheatley to another tough corner. He did not 'find Atlantis' nor 'ride with the devil'. But he probed pretty deep and rode roughshod over the herd, now he footslogs on. And to thank Dennis Wheatley from Graham Seton Hutchinson May 1936". Denis Wheatley's book plate to front pastedown. A near fine copy with a cracking association.

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        FOTOGRAFIA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA

      BARCELONA 1936 - Fotografia Agustí Centelles / Guerra Civil Española / 18 x 24 cm. Con sello del fotografo · tiraje de la época Photographs Agustí Centelles - Spanish Civil War - 18 x 24 cm. Stamp of the photographer

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        Monograph of the Genus Erebia

      London: BM(NH), 1936. vii, 407, 104 b/w plates. 4to. HB. Orig. cloth, gt; top corners slightly bumped; short tear to head of spine; slight rippling to cloth on front board. Ownership signatures of A.M. Morley, author of 'List of Butterflies and Moths occurring in the neighbourhood of Folkestone' (1931). Vg.. Rare..

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        The Democratic Book 1936

      J.C. Brill, Philadelphia 1936 - HAND SIGNED by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on the limitation leaf, #923 of an unstated limitation of 2500 copies. In the original full brown leather with gilt lettering on the front cover. Minor rubbing to the tips and the spine ends, otherwise in great condition. No writing, bookplate, marks or tears and binding is tight. Onion skin intact between each chapter. This massive leather bound book, 9 pounds, 11" x 14" and 384 pages, was offered to donors at the unheard of price of $250. It was the first time a President, while in office in the White House, helped raise campaign funds for a political party - the democrats. This particular copy was purchased by John. T. McAvoy, whose name appears on the cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Green Hills of Africa,

      Alden Press Paderborn 1936 Halbleinen Seiten 284 Format 15*21 altersbedingt guter Zustand, Seiten altersgemäß vergilbt Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        LAND UTILIZATION AND RURAL ECONOMY IN KOREA: A Report in theInternational Resear

      Shanghai 1936, Kelly & Walsh. Brown cloth, very good, dj.,. 302p., index, 3 fold out appendices, statistics, 131 tables,. comprehensive scholarly work, bottom edges worn, else clean.. THE AUTHOR'S SIGNED, DATED, INSCRIBED PRESENTATION COPY. A MOST OBSCURE PRIMARY RESOURCE ON KOREA BY A KOREAN This is a report in the International Research Series of the Institute of Pacific Relations. Covering characteristics of Korean agriculture, land utilization, land ownership & ten- ancy, utilization of forest, urban, & mineral land. Capital investment other than in land, farm labor, rural credit, marketing and prices of farm products, farm income, expense. The standard of living, agricultural colonization. SCARCE ! Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock today, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        Diario Del Asedio Del Alcazar De Toledo. N° 1 Del 26 De Julio De 1936 Al N° 62 Del 26 De Septiembre De 1936

      0, Toledo, España - Colección Del Periódico Original Publicado Durante El Asedio Del Alcazar Del 26 De Julio De 1936 Al 26 De Septiembre De 1936 Más Nota A Los Toledanos Del Coronel Moscardó Del 27 De Septiembre De 1936 Y Nota A Los Periodistas Con Las Estadísticas Del Hecho. Número 40 De Edición Limitada A 200 Ejemplares; Los Beneficios De Esta Publicación Se Destinaron A Las Viudas Y Huérfanos De Los Defensores De La Fortaleza Toledana. Firmado Por José Moscardó, Comandante De La Guarnición; Víctor Martínez Simancas, Director Del Periódico; Félix Gutierrez, Redactor; Firma Ininteligible, Radio-Receptor; Amado Roig, Confección; Firma Ininteligible, Repartidor. Numero 40 De 200. En Piel Repujada Con Escudos E Incrustaciones En Metal En Portada Y Contraportada. Todos Los Bordes Pespunteados En Piel. Excelente Estado. Sin Paginar. No Tiene Fecha De Publicación, Probablemente 1936 O 1937. Dedicatoria Del Soperviviente Eugenio Martín (Guardia Civil). Size: 34 x 25 Cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        I Sarcofagi Cristiani Antichi (Early Christian Sarcophagi): Volume Primo, Testo (1929); Volume Primo, Tavole (1929); Volume Secundo, Testo (1932); Volume Secundo, Tavole (1932); Volume Terzo, Supplemento (1936). 3-vol. set bound in 5 volumes (Complete)

      Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana, Città del Vaticano, Roma 1936 - Folio (19 x 14"). XVI, 194pp (vol. 1, part 1); X, [2]pp (Title and Index), 158 leaves (plates) numbered I-CLVIII (1-158) (vol. 1, part 2); X, 22, [195]-381, [1]pp (vol. 2, part 1); VIIIpp (Title and Index), 108 leaves (plates) numbered CLIX-CCLXVI (159-266) (vol. 2, part 2); VIII, 75, [3]pp (Text), 34 leaves (plates) numbered CCLXVII-CCC (267-300) (vol. 3). Original olive cloth with brown lettering to front covers. Publisher's device on each title page. Wilpert's monumental and comprehensive study of early Christian sarcophagi and funerary art was published as a fitting sequel to his earlier work: "Die Malereien der Katacomben Roms*" (The Paintings in the Catacombs of Rome*). Early Christians were receptive to the use of imagery and were predisposed by the art of their neighbors. Thus, the author traces the development of early Christian art and demonstrates that Christian images arose from their Greco-Roman environment. The striking b/w photographic reproductions show Christian sarcophagi from the mid-second century through the sixth century, with stunning images and symbols carved into marble or stone, depending upon materials available and the wealth of the patron. The images and symbols splendidly reproduced in the 300 plates show how art and imagery conveyed theological concepts and reflected historical circumstances pertinent to the growth of Christianity.Ex-library copy, with sticker at tail of spines, bookplate on inside of each front board, and pocket at verso of back covers. Minor and sporadic soiling to bindings. Some foxing to endpapers. Closed tear on page VII/VIII of second volume (part 2). Text in Italian. Bindings in overall good to good+, interior in good+ to very good, plates in very good condition. * A monumental two-volume set cataloguing the paintings from the catacombs of Rome. This work, published in 1903, remains one of the best resources for this material. (See our inventory # 39752). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Hundred Years of Joint Stock Banking

      Hodder & Stoughton, London 1936 - It states: This presentation edition is limited to Three Hundred and Fifty copies. The book Presented to Edward E. Brown, Esq. by The Chairman, Managing Director and Directors of the Midland Bank Limited 1836-1936. Shows wear along the edges, tips and spine. In great shape for its age. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE GROWTH AND INDUSTRIALIZATION OF SHANGHAI.

      Shanghai 1936, China Institute of Economic and Statistical. Research. Blue cloth, very good, 472p., appendix, profuse. folding statistical charts, English text, 9 charts, 15 x 23. cm., clean, solid copy. FIRST & ONLY OBSCURE EDITION. The author was the Director, China Institute of Economic and Statistical Research, formerly Director-General of Statistics of the Chinese National Government; Author of China's Industries and Finance, Foreign Investments in China, etc. * THE CONTENTS: This work has chapter headings: 1. Introduction 2. Brief History of Industrial Development in Shanghai. 3. Recent Developments as revealed by Statistical Surveys. 1831-1933. 4. Salient Features of Shanghai Industrialization 5. Labor Conditions in Shanghai. 6. Economic Effects of Industrialization 7. Social Effects of Industrialization 8. Conclusion. * Appendices: a. Statistics of Shanghai Industries 1931, 1930, 7 tables b. Statistics of Shanghai Industries 1933, 1932, 7 tables. c. Statistics of Shanghai Industries 1928-1934, 6 tables. d. Comparative Statistics 1931-1933, 6 tables e. Labor Statistics 15 tables 1918-1932, 15 tables. f. Economic and Related Statistics, 33 tables. g. Social Styptics, 6 tables h. Explanatory Notes on the Various Surveys: 1928-1934. * Charts: 9 in all. *** An excellent and very useful reference source. * Color scans can be sent by email. Images displayed may not always be the exact photo of the copy in stock for sale at any given time. If you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock today, please request this by email. . Photos of most of our books are posted to our .

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        Photo Album]: Adrian College

      Book Shelf Scrap Book, Adrian, Michigan 1936 - Quarto. Measuring 9.5" x 12". Green cloth. A collection of ephemera and snapshots from the high school and college career of Dr. Robert H. Cairns while attending Adrian College in Adrian, Michigan. Album is very good with bowing and a cocked spine with near fine or better photographs. The scrapbook kept by Robert Cairns from 1927 until 1936 details his academic career from junior high through college in Michigan. Cairns was active in numerous extracurricular activities including student government, band, choir, football, and the national forensic league, all shown here. The album contains pages from various yearbooks juxtaposed with newspaper clippings, report cards, and snapshots. Beginning in 1931 he started college at Adrian College in Adrian, Michigan with a page displaying photos from each level of school including his freshman hazing. He was voted class president all four years of college and also participated in as many activities as he could including track (winning 1st place in the 1933 conference meet in pole vault), dramatic society, and was on the football team as "the lightest letter man on the squad and also the fastest." His involvement led the college newspaper to dub him, "The Busiest Man." One section of the scrapbook is dedicated to his college sweetheart, and eventual wife, Miriam Custis, who was the president of the Adrian chapter of Delta Delta Delta, with pictures of her with the delta symbol painted on the hem of her skirt as well as group photos of her "sisters." Cairns, himself, was involved with the Michigan Alpha Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon which he resigned from due to "objection to drunkenness at parties," the full resignation letter can be seen here. Cairns brother, Paul, also graduated from Adrian and was featured in a *Newsweek* article due to the fact he was blind and his seeing-eye dog was commemorated at the ceremony. Robert Cairns went on to get his masters in education from Pittsburgh University before going through Westminster Theological Seminary in Maryland and was ordained in Pittsburgh in 1938. Photos from Cairns' Adrian College days show him addressing a congregation at the campus church. According to his obituary he "wrote the first peace message broadcasted into space via satellite," and was a U.S. delegate in the World Counsel of Methodism, once in Norway in 1961 and another in Hawaii in 1981. There is also a captioned picture of Babe Ruth from a golf tournament in Michigan. An extensive archive depicting the life of a Midwestern young man from the late 1920s and into the 1930s. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pocket Watch Springs, enlarged.

      1936 - Gelatin silver print mounted on card. Ink title and date in pencil on reverse. Printed later. Dimensions: 16.1 x 23.2 cm.

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        Mules And Men

      The First UK Printing published by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co in 1936.The BOOK is in near FINE condition.Light push to the upper spine end and a small production crease at the lower spine end.The gilt titling remains bright.Very light offsetting in places to the end papers.Free from inscriptions and erasures. Maroon top-stain still present.The WRAPPER is complete and is in near FINE condition.Minor edge wear at the spine ends with a little loss.The spine is toned.Small closed tears at the spine and flap folds. Correctly priced at 12s. 6d.net to the lower front flap. The Miguel Covarrubias wrapper artwork looks very striking in the removable Brodart archival cover. Wonderful B/W frontispiece and drawings through by Covarrubias who was a Mexican painter, caricaturist, illustrator, ethnologist and art historian.His style was highly influential in America, especially in the 1920s and 1930s, and his artwork and caricatures of influential politicians and artists were featured on the covers of 'The New Yorker' and 'Vanity Fair'. Zora Neale Hurston is considered one of the pre-eminent writers of twentieth-century African-American literature.Hurston was closely associated with the Harlem Renaissance and has influenced such writers as Ralph Ellison, Toni Morrison, Gayle Jones, Alice Walker, and Toni Cade Bambara.In 1975, Ms. Magazine published Alice Walker's essay, "In Search of Zora Neale Hurston" reviving interest in the author. Hurston's four novels and two books of folklore resulted from extensive anthropological research and have proven invaluable sources on the oral cultures of African America.The considerably scarcer edition than the US counterpart which precedes by one year.Ashtonrarebooks welcomes direct contact.

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