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        Station Map of Woodland, Yolo County

      Sacramento Division: 1936-1946. Original blueprints dated 1936-46. 2 sheets, each 24 x 55 inches. Shows all the industrial buildings between Beamer St. and Cross St., 5th St. and B. St. The second map shows the Standard Oil facility at Gum Ave. and the Union Oil Co. tanks near Pendergast. 24 x 55 inches. Scale 1"=100'. Plans of the buildings. Very useful for Phase 1 EIRs.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Twenty-five poems

      London , J. M. DENT e SONS LTD., 1936 - . 16mo. pp. 48. . Ottimo (Fine). Firma di appartenenza alla prima pagina bianca. Prima edizione (First Edition). . Secondo libro dell'Autore. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marini ALAI - ILAB]
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        Thorns of Thunder. Selected Poems

      Europa Press & Stanley Nott S/f 1936, London - 23 x 14 cm. Tela editorial. 67 pp, 2 hh. Primera edición limitada de 600 copias siendo este el nº 434. Raro. Muy buen estado.A nice copy of a scarce book. Includes a drawing by Pablo Picasso and translations by Samuel Beckett, Man Ray and Ruthven Todd among several others [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librería Torres-Espinosa]
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        Photographie / Photo 1936.

      Paris / Edition des Arts et Metiers Graphiques. 1936. 4°. 139 S. Mit 120 ganzseitigen s/w Fotografien im Tiefdruck. OSpiralbindung. Jahresband der insgesamt auf 11 Bde. angelegten Serie, die einen Überblick über die herausragende internationale Fotografie der 1930er Jahre gibt. Mit Fotos v. Boucher, Tabard, List, Beaton, Platt Lynes, Matter, Blumenfeld, Brandt, Breslauer, Sougez u.a. - Einband berieben und mit leichter Knickspur; 6 Blätter mit Läsuren an der Seitenkante; Bindung intakt; alle Tafeln vorhanden!

      [Bookseller: Eugen Küpper Versandantiquariat]
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        Olympia Zeitung [COMPLETE]

      Reichssportverlag, Berlin 1936 - Folio.191, [1]pp. Original tan cloth with red lettering on front cover. Complete set of the photographic illustrated daily newspaper "Olympia Zeitung," covering the 1936 Winter Olympic Games in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Issues No. 1 to No. 12, starting February 5th to February 16th, with continuous pagination. Each issue is profusely illustrated with b/w reproductions of photographs and advertisements. Captions in German, English and French. Minor and sporadic foxing on binding. Front hinge starting. 2 1/2" closed tear along fore-edge of page 7/8. Binding and interior in overall good+ condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB)]
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        The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money.

      London: Macmillan and Co 1936 - First edition, 8vo, (ii), xii, 403, (1) pp. Pencilled signature to fly leaf and lines of verse to the rear free endpaper. Original gilt titled cloth, spine slightly sunned with a few minor marks, extremities slightly rubbed and bumped. Printing and the Mind of Man 423.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB)]
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        Love and Strife

      Richards, 1936. Hardcover. Good/No Dustjacket. 1936. 300 pages. No dust jacket. Blue boards.Tightly bound cream pages with light tanning to text block edge and endpapers. One small foxing blemish to the half title page.Light surface wear and sunning to the front board with rest of boards bright with light edge wear and minor rubbing to the base of the spine and corners. Light bumping to the bottom of the spine with light sunning to the spine.

      [Bookseller: The World of Rare Books]
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        Kemal Atatürk. Soldat und Führer.

      Stuttgart, Franckh'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1936.. 3. Auflage 222 (2) Seiten mit 14 Abbildungen auf Tafeln und einer Karte. 8°, gebundene Ausgabe. ohne Schutzumschlag, sauber und frisch, auf dem Vorsatz die Signatur Atatürks. Beigefügt ein Brief des "stellvertretenden Generalsekretärs der Präsidentschaft", Süreyya Anderiman, Privatsekretär Atatürks, Ankara, 15.Oktober 1937, an einen Herrn in Halle an der Saale. "In Beantwortung Ihres Briefes vom 23. August 1937, teile ich Ihnen mit, dass Seine Exellenz Kemal Atatürk, das Exemplar des Buches von Hanns Froembgen 'Kemal Atatürk. Soldat und Führer', ..., mit seiner Unterschrift versehen hat. Hiermit schicke ich Ihnen das Buch zurück. Fernen möchte ich Ihnen mitteilen, das weitere Bitten in dieser Hinsicht dem Herrn Staatspräsidenten nicht mehr unterbreitet werden können." Beiliegend Zeitungsausschnitte. Mustafa Kemal, seit 1934 mit dem Namenszusatz bzw. dem Nachnamen Atatürk (* 1881 in Selanik, heute Thessaloniki - + 10. November 1938 in Istanbul), war der Begründer der Republik Türkei und von 1923 bis 1938 erster Präsident der nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg aus dem Osmanischen Reich hervorgegangenen modernen Republik. Signaturen vin Atatürk sind extrem selten!!!!

      [Bookseller: Bührnheims Literatursalon GmbH]
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        Murder in Mesopotamia. A New Poirot Story.

      London: The Crime Club by Collins, 1936 - 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. 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. Jacket design by Robin Macartney. First edition, first impression. A remarkably well-preserved copy and very uncommon in such condition. With a Crime Club membership postcard loosely inserted. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Language, Truth and Logic

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1936. Octavo. Original blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt. With the dust jacket. Edges slightly foxed, inked number to front free endpaper. An excellent copy in the slightly soiled jacket with toned spine and a few small nicks to extremities. First edition, first impression of the work of philosophy that was vital for bringing the ideas of the Vienna Circle to the English speaking world. The publisher's retained copy with their ink stamp to the front panel of the dust jacket and the front pastedown.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        THE CRITTER and Other Dogs

      NY: Harper 1936 1st ed 1st printing., 1936. THE AUTHOR'S PERSONAL COPY WITH HIS NAME RUBBER-STAMPED ON THE FRONT FREE ENDPAPER. A fine hardcover book in a like dustjacket. A beuatiful copy of this book; the spine of the dustjacket is slightly age-darkened but otherwise book is almost mint. Provenance: purchased from the Vreeland Estate. The Vreelands were Terhune's neighbors and friends and inherited many of their possessions after the death of Terhune's wife Anice. The stamp contains the address of Terhune's New York City apartment.

      [Bookseller: Kubik Fine Books Ltd, ABAA]
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        Collected Poems 1909-1935

      London: Faber and Faber,, 1936. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine gilt, top edge red, other edges untrimmed. With the dust jacket. Spine rolled, tips bumped, endleaves mildly foxed. An excellent copy in the price-clipped and lightly creased jacket with a few nicks to extremities, and sunned spine. First edition, first impression, of this collection which "contains all Mr Eliot's poetry that he wishes to preserve", including the first appearance in print of Burnt Norton.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        PEER GYNT

      RACKHAM, ARTHUR. (RACKHAM,ARTHUR)illus. PEER GYNT by Henrick Ibsen. London: GeorgeHarrap (1936). 4to, full vellum decorated in gold, top edge gilt, some discoloration of vellum else near Fine. LIMITED TO ONLY 460 COPIES SIGNED BY RACKHAM! Illustrated with pictorial endpapers, 12 color plates, plus numerous fanciful black and whites. A beautiful copy.

      [Bookseller: Aleph-Bet Books, Inc.]
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        The Nonesuch Century. An Appraisal, a Personal Note and a Bibliography of the first hundred books issued by the Press 1923-1934.

      Nonesuch Press, London 1936 - No.440 of 750 copies. Frontispiece portrait of the owner Francis Meynell by Eric Gill, 67 illustrations of devices, bindings, title-pages & texts, 46 original leaves from the books tipped in, usually being reset and printed or stencilled by the original printers of the books from which they have been taken. Printed at the Cambridge University Press by Walter Lewis. Folio, original green buckram with black and gilt spine label, in the rare original dust jacket. Top edge spotted, slight browning to endpapers, dust jacket with some closed tears on flaps and bottom of spine, otherwise very good. A wonderful, elaborate overview of the first 100 books and roughly the first 10 years of the Nonesuch Press. Booklabel of Clarence B. Hanson, Jr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: SOPHIE SCHNEIDEMAN RARE BOOKS, ABA, ILAB]
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        LIGHTBODY ON LIBERTY

      Collins 1936 - First edition. Original red cloth with blue titles to the spine. In light blue pictorial dustwrapper, printed in blue and red. Author's presentation copy, inscribed on the front end paper, "It must be remembered that this should be tried in a juvenile court. Nigel Balchin" A fine copy in a near fine dustwrapper, which shows just the slightest dustiness. The author's third and breakthrough novel, about an unassuming shopkeeper transformed into a crusader for justice. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jonkers Rare Books]
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        The Eight Crooked Trenches

      Hodder & Stoughton, 1936. First Printing. Hardcover. Fair/POOR. 1936. First Printing . 312 pages. White pictorial dust jacket with pink and blue lettering over a navy and yellow cloth hardback. Significant use marking, foxing and tanning present. Text remains clear and legible throughout on yellowed pages. End papers more darkly tanned with some shadowing and foxing. Binding remains firm. Significant scuffing, edge wear and use marking present with lean to spine. Bumped corners. Significant wear to dust jacket with tears, chips, scuffing and creasing. Heavily tanned, scuffed and use marked. Unclipped. Few tears and chips, rub marking to rear.

      [Bookseller: The World of Rare Books]
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        THE RUBBER BAND. A Nero Wolfe Mystery

      London: Cassell and Company Ltd. 1936. First UK edition, first printing. Publisher's green cloth with red titles to the spine, in dustwrapper. A better than very good copy, the binding is clean and square, the contents without inscriptions or stamps but with spotting to the text block edge. Complete with the rare pictorial dustwrapper which is a little rubbed and nicked to the extremities. The underside of the wrapper shows several pieces of white tape strengthening the nicks and occasional closed tear. Correctly priced 7/6net to the spine. An attractive example. Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

      [Bookseller: Lucius Books]
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        Margaret Mitchell signs an immaculate first edition copy of her landmark novel, Gone With the Wind, with a perfect signature

      n.p., 1936. 8vo.. "Her signature, ""Margaret Mitchell,"" accomplished on the front blank endpaper of her landmark novel, Gone With the Wind (New York: The MacMillan Company, 1936), 8vo., 1037 pp. First Edition, bound in gray cloth with titled boards and spine stamped in blue together with a facsimile dust jacket. Negligible wear absent of all the usual flaws that plague this popular and voraciously read novel.The novel's release, originally scheduled for May, was delayed until June pending a decision from the Book of the Month Club as to when they planned to include it in their offerings. Before the decision had been finalized, 10,000 copies had been printed with the erroneous May release notice. (The second issue notes a June 1936 release.)For publicity purposes, Macmillan requested that Mitchell sign a stack of blank sheets that would be inserted as endpapers when the book went to press. Over the course of five days in late March 1936, Mitchell signed 750 of these to be included in copies distributed to VIPs and select booksellers. After she completed the herculean task, she quipped that she had run ""amuck and autographed everything in sight, including wall paper."" (Ellen F. Brown, ed., Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind: A Bestseller's Odyssey from Atlanta to Hollywood. 2011, pp. 53-54)"

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        AL (Liber Legis) The Book of the Law (Facsimile Manuscript)

      London: Privately Issued By the O.T.O. (Circa 1936). Scarce, Original First Printing, Facsimile Manuscript. With the black and red printed, deckled edge thick wrap folder measuring 12 1/8" x 9 3/4", identifies this copy as a set from the First Edition (and subsequent states distributed in AC's lifetime), of "The Equinox of the Gods", that was not cut down and inserted into pocket let into the book's back cover, but one that ended up in Karl Germer's hands after Crowleys death, to be distributed through Wehman Bros. - Occult Research Press (which was to be renamed Samuel Weiser, Inc). Some aging to wraps (see scan), loosely inserted manuscript sheets show light aging, otherwise Fine. Collated and complete.. First Edition. Wraps. Very Good + in Wraps. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

      [Bookseller: GatesPastBooks]
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        Original Linoldruck (Zustandsdruck) Nummer 277 / 1936. Druck von drei Platten. Handkoloriert. Druck auf Japan. Signiert und datiert. Handschriftlich von Otto Nebel auf dem Unterlagekarton bezeichnet und signiert;

      . ca. 30,5 x 14 cm (Blattformat). Unter neuem, säurefreien Passepartout montiert.. Vollmer 3, 465. - Provenienz: Atelier des Künstlers - Privatbesitz Bern - Galerie Orlando, Zürich. - Nebel war mit Kandinsky, Paul Klee und Georg Muche befreundet und war Mitarbeiter des STURM um Herwarth Walden in Berlin.

      [Bookseller: Stader Kunst-Buch-Kabinett]
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        The Devil Drives.

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1936 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, spine lettered in dark blue. With the dust jacket. Top edge dusty, edges a little foxed; an excellent copy in the slightly soiled jacket with sunned spine. First edition, first impression of this thriller. The publisher's retained copy with their ink stamp to the title page. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Ulysses

      London: John Lane The Bodley Head,, 1936. Crown octavo. Original green buckram, titles to spine gilt, Homeric bow device designed by Eric Gill to the front board gilt, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. With the dust jacket. Spine very gently sunned with light fading to tail, a few light dampstains to pastedowns, mild offsetting to endpapers. An excellent copy in a jacket with light dampstains to spine, extremities a touch nicked and creased, a few short closed tears to rear panel. First UK edition. The entire edition was limited to 1000 copies, of which this is number 228 of 900 copies on japon vellum. The Bodley Head Ulysses established the text for the succeeding 25 years and printed as appendices the International Letter of Protest against Samuel Roth's piracy and the famous legal judgement by John M. Woolsey lifting the ban in America on the publishing of the book.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        News From Tartary. A Journey from Peking to Kashmir

      London: Jonathan Cape, 1936., 1936. First Edition. Octavo. Bound in publisher's red cloth, with "Fu Lei-Ming" in gilt to front board, gilt titles to spine; top edge stained red, bottom edge untrimmed. Dust wrapper reproduces Chinese with titles to front cover and spine, with reviews of Fleming's other works to rear cover; unclipped, some reside where price label has been removed from front flap. Lavishly illustrated with photographs and fold-out maps. Binding shows well, with minor bumping to spine ends and corners. Dust jacket shows well, with slight fading and some creasing to spine ends. Internally clean, including fold-out maps and photographs. Peter Fleming's extraordinary travel narrative in the company of Swiss adventurer Ella Maillart, crossing from Beijing through central China and into the north of the Indian subcontinent. Listed in National Geographic's 100 Greatest Adventure books

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Turn, Magic Wheel

      Farrar & Rinehart, New York 1936 - First edition with Farrar seal on copyright page and no mention of later printings. Very good book in very rare, good, restored dust jacket with some paper lining inside the jacket. By consensus the best novel on New York's bohemian life by this satirical, proto-feminist novelist who has recently been rediscovered. Gore Vidal, whose critical essay helped restore her fame, called her a better satirist than Twain and said she was "our best comic novelist." Ernest Hemingway once told her she was his "favorite living novelist" -- although she was not averse to poking fun at Hemingway himself, which she did in her novel, *The Wicked Pavilion*. Novelist Lisa Zeidner, in a review of the Tim Page biography of Powell in *The New York Times Book Review*, said that "she is wittier than Dorothy Parker, dissects the rich better than F. Scott Fitzgerald, is more plaintive than Willa Cather in her evocation of the heartland and has a more supple control of satirical voice than Evelyn Waugh, the writer to whom she's most often compared." Powell was an archetypal free spirit, living much of her life in Greenwich Village, taking -- and flaunting -- lovers frequently although she was married, and mercilessly skewering the postures and foibles of an array of New York types, from bohemian artists to wealthy tycoons. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        TOPOLINO “GIORNALE” : 1936 (Settimanale).

      Milano, Edizioni Walt Disney - Mondadori, 1936. In-4 gr. (mm. 334x244), mz. pelle mod. con ang., dorso a cordoni con fregi e tit. oro su tasselli, pp. 8 cad. numero, stampate a colori e in blu. Offriamo l?'annata completa del 1936 (Anno XIV), dal n. 158 (5 Gennaio 1936) al n. 210 (31 Dicembre 1936), che ha il numero doppio di Natale (209) con la bellissima copertina di Rubino. Vi sono pubblicate storielle autoconclusive con Topolino, Paperino, Pluto e il bel Gagà; Topolino nella foresta di Sherwood; Topolino agente della polizia segreta; S.K.1 (fumetto di Moroni Celsi); Tim e Tom alla conquista dei diamanti neri (Cino e Franco domenicale); I Misteri della Jungla Nera di Salgari (con le ill. di Moroni Celsi); Audax; Ispettore Walde, ecc. Leggermente rifilati al margine esterno, altrimenti molto ben conservati.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas]
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        TOPOLINO ?GIORNALE? : 1936. (Settimanale).

      Edizioni Walt Disney - Mondadori 1936 In - 4 gr. (mm. 334x244), mz. pelle mod. con ang., dorso a cordoni con fregi e tit. oro su tasselli, pp. 8 cad. numero, stampate a colori e in blu. Offriamo l?annata completa del 1936 (Anno XIV), dal n. 158 (5 Gennaio 1936) al n. 210 (31 Dicembre 1936), che ha il numero doppio di Natale (209) con la bellissima copertina di Rubino. Vi sono pubblicate storielle autoconclusive con Topolino, Paperino, Pluto e il bel Gagà; Topolino nella foresta di Sherwood; Topolino agente della polizia segreta; S.K.1 (fumetto di Moroni Celsi); Tim e Tom alla conquista dei diamanti neri (Cino e Franco domenicale); I Misteri della Jungla Nera di Salgari (con le ill. di Moroni Celsi); Audax; Ispettore Walde, ecc. Leggermente rifilati al margine esterno, altrimenti molto ben conservati.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi]
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        Die Krisis der Europäischen Wissenschaften und die transzendentale Phaenomenologie. Eine Einleitung in die phänomenologosche Philosophie.

      Beograd, 1936. 8vo. Original printed wrappers. Backstrip with tiny losses and a tear to back hinge, but tight and fine. Edges slightly faded, otherwise fine. Uncut and mostly unopened. A very fine copy. Pp. (77)-176.. First printing, in the extremely scarce off-print, with a highly interesting presentation-inscription, of the first appearance of the first printed part (the only part to appear within his life-time) of Husserl's seminal work in which he develops his path-breaking project of linking the basic notions of science back to their conceptual roots in the pre-scientific parts of the "life-world". The work constitutes the last great work of the most important philosopher of the 20th century, the principal founder of phenomenology. The work is inscribed for the important philosopher, who is now primarily remembered for introducing the philosophy of Husserl to the English speaking public, "Herrn Professor Mr. Chr. V. Salmon/ mit freundlichen Grüssen von/ E Husserl"; Salmon famously translated Husserl's important Encyclopedia Britannica article on Phenomenology and lectured on Husserl in English, spreading his thoughts in the English speaking world. "Having received his M.A. in philosophy at Oxford, Christopher Verney Salmon studied with Husserl in Freiburg during the winter semester of 1922 and again during 1926-1927. In the summer of 1927 Salmon defended the doctoral dissertation that he had written under Husserl's direction, "The Central Problem of Hume's Philosophy: A Phenomenological Interpretation of the First Book of the "Treatise on Human Nature". The was published a year later in Husserl's "Jahrbuch", and Husserl refers to that forthcoming publication in his Bibliography to Draft A of the Article. A year after translating the EB article, Salmon was appointed a lecturer at the University of Belfast, and he continued to present Husserl's philosophy to the English-speaking public. On December 2, 1929 he delivered a lecture to the Aristotelian Society in London, "The Starting-Point of Husserl's Philosophy". Soon after that he helped W.R. Boyce Gibson read the page proofs of Boyce Gibson's translation of Husserl's "Ideas", and in 1932, a year after the work came out in English, Salmon published a review of it. However, contact between Salmon and Husserl fell off after that, and in the spring of 1937 Husserl noted that Professor Salmon had not written to him over the last years. Salmon published a brief article in French on Husserl in 1947. He died in 1960." (Sheehan and Palmer, the Preface to: Edmund Husserl: Psychological and Transcendental Phenomenology and the Confrontation with Heidegger (1927-1931), pp. 62-63).Clearly, as is seen from the present copy, Husserl and Salmon did have contact even in 1936.Husserl-inscriptions are of the utmost scarcity, as are offprints of the present work. The work appeared in volume 1 of "Philosophia. Philosophorum nostri temporis vox universa. Edidit Arthur Liebert." Belgrado (Beograd), 1936, a journal that in itself is scarce. Only very few copies of the offprint are known. In "Krisis", Husserl considers the pervasive sense of crisis in European culture, while attempting to give the last in a long line of introductions by him to the method of phenomenological research which he had founded. "Krisis" develops themes which are found in earlier works by Husserl, most importantly, the question of the constitution of intersubjectivity in the Cartesian Meditations (1929). However, a great interest of the work lies in its inflexion of the phenomenological methodology. Husserl, a mathematician by education, had articulated phenomenology as a rigorous science, on the ideals of 19th century rationalism. This understanding of the role of science and of philosophy permeates his earlier research which, while also treating social and historical phenomena, always does so from the vantage point of individual consciousness. In "Krisis", Husserl cuts the umbilical cord to individual consciousness. We find him engaged in what he describes as a "teleological-historical reflection upon the origins of our critical scientific and philosophical situation". This reflection revolves around the concept of "life-world" (Lebenswelt) which Husserl introduces as the designation of the pre-theoretical and unreflected element, out of which scientific thought arises. Husserl attributes the alienation of man in Europe to the fact that the sciences have forgotten that they are rooted in the "life-world". The concept has since played a pivotal role in the theory of communicative action of Jürgen Habermas. Krisis is the last work of the most influential philosopher of the 20th century. As such, it is an essential for anybody with an interest in phenomenology, the dominant non-analytic strain of philosophical reflection in the 20th century. At the same time, it represents something as exceptional as the radicalization of an entire life's work which opens up to entire new perspectives. It translates Husserl's sense of the growing malaise and restlessness in European culture, of which he himself was a victim since the Nazi take-over of power in Germany in 1933. But it is also a reply to the then increasingly successful existentialist philosophies of Martin Heidegger and Karl Jaspers, in whose work Husserl saw a travesty of his own philosophy and a threat to the foundation of European culture. In this sense, it is the last element in what is one of the most fruitful direct dialogues in the history of philosophy, the dialogue between Husserl and his former assistant Heidegger. The last of "The Crisis of European Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology" only appeared posthumously, in 1954

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        The Artistry of Mixing Drinks

      Paris: Fryam Press, 1936. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Signed. 182 pp. Signed. Assumed first trade edition, thought to follow a limited edition of 1,000 numbered copies. Signed and inscribed by both Frank Meier and Charles C. Ritz, of the Ritz Hotel in Paris. In About Very Good condition, with front flap of jacket split, though held naturally in place by French flaps. Sewn binding a bit fragile toward early signatures. Light staining to covers, light waviness to front cover. Foxing to pages. Light overall wear. Extraordinarily rare, signed by Frank Meier, the legendary bartender at the Ritz Bar, as well as by Charles C. Ritz.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Tipos Psicológicos.Versión directa del alemán por Ramón de la Serna

      Buenos Aires, Sur, 1936. 4to.; 590 pp., 1 h. Primera edición y traducción al español. Cubiertas originales.

      [Bookseller: Hesperia Libros]
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        ABSALOM, ABSALOM

      Random House, New York 1936 - Very Good in a Very Good+ dust jacket.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Rapports présentés au Premier Congrès International du Raisin et du Jus de Raisin. (Tunis, 18 au 23 Octobre 1936). Le point de vue italien

      Milano - Roma, Federazione Nazionale dei Consorzi per la Viticoltura , 1936. 4to. alargado; 60 pp., 1 h. Cubiertas originales.

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        AIZ.Das Illustrierte Volksblatt

      1936. HEARTFIELD, John. AIZ. Das Illustrierte Volksblatt. Volume XV No. 28. With photomontage by John Heartfield. Folio, loose as issued. Berlin: Neuer Deutscher Verlag, 1936. |~||~||~||~||~| From 1930 to 1938 Heartfield provided photomontages that were published in the Arbeiter-Illustrierte Zeitung. Many of these astonishing images are masterpieces of the art of caricature, and resulted in Heartfield having to flee for his life. This issue has the photomontage depicting A hand crucified on a Swastika with the caption "save Edgar Andre, the German fighter for Peace!" A fine copy. David Evans. John Heartfield AIZ pp.382-383

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        Fifty Years of American Golf (in Slipcase)

      Dodd, Mead & Company, New York 1936 - The 1936 signed/limited, in its red cloth and issued simultaneoulsy with the more common trade edition. #182 OF 350 COPIES SIGNED BY H.B. MARTIN at the limitation. Solid and VG, with still-bright gilt-lettering along the spine. Light spotting at the panels but crisp and firm and very presentable. Thick octavo, 423 pgs. (including wonderful black-and-white photos thruout), top-edge gilt. Also includes a VG example of the publisher's original printed slipcase, with light scuffing and wear at the panels and edges. Historic stamp of "The Merion Cricket Club" at the front free endpaper, the rear pastedown and at the foot of several of the pages of text. An interesting association: the club, located in Haverford, PA and founded in 1865, serviced the wealthy along Philadelphia's legendary Mainline and is located just up the road from one of the hallowed spots in American golf, The Merion Golf Club (which has hosted 6 U.S. Opens) in Ardmore. Signed by Author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        UNFAMILIAR LAFCADIO HEARN. By Kenneth P. Kirkwood.

      FIRST AND ONLY LIMITED EDITION OF 500 COPIES Tokyo 1936, - Hokuseido. Blue cloth, facsimile dust jacket,97pb.w. photos. FIRST & ONLY LIMITED EDITION OF 500 COPIES Color scans available for this book on request. Description content 2015Copyright Rare Oriental Books Co.

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        News From Tartary: A Journey from Peking to Kashmir

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1936. Octavo. Original dark red cloth, titles to spine gilt, Chinese characters to front board gilt, top edge red. With the dust jacket. With frontispiece, 31 plates, and a partially coloured folding map. Sporadic faint foxing to contents; an excellent copy in the bright, unclipped jacket, with a few nicks and minor chips to extremities. First edition, first impression. The author, Peter Fleming (1907?-1971) was an editor at The Spectator, as well as a seasoned traveller and sportsman. In August 1934 he "once again set off for the Far East with a far-ranging commission from The Times. After a brief shooting trip with friends in the Caucasus he travelled on to Harbin in Manchuria, where by chance he met the Swiss traveller Ella (Kini) Maillart. It transpired that they both wanted to walk and ride from China to India, and though they both preferred to travel alone, they agreed to join forces. This epic journey of some 3500 miles on foot or ponies, through the remote province of Sinkiang (Xinjiang), with many dangers, hardships, and hold-ups, took them seven months, from February to September 1935. This, the most arduous of Fleming's long journeys, he chronicled in fourteen long articles in The Times and later in his book News from Tartary (1936)" (ODNB).

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        R E [Robert E ] Lee; Volumes I-IV (Pulitzer Prize Edition)

      New York: Scribner's, 1936. Four Volumes. Pulitzer Prize Edition. All volumes Near Fine. Volumes I and II in Very Good jackets, with chipping and toning to the spine, a few splashes, and mild soil. Volume I has professionally repairs to jacket at the spine folds. Volume III in a Fair jacket with splashing to the front and rear panels and about half the spine panel missing. Volume IV lacking dust jacket. A very presentable set of this landmark biography, scarce in dust jackets.

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        Two Boys go Sailing. Illustrated by Brigid Ganly.

      London, J.M.Dent & Sons Ltd., 1936.. First Edition. 8°. Frontispiece - Illustration, VIII, 246 pages with a (partly fictitious) map of Roaringwater Bay on the pastedown and endpaper and 12 illustrations throughout the book. Original, illustrated Hardcover with the rare, illustrated dustjacket. Unusually excellent, close to new condition of this scarce book with only minor signs of external wear to the binding. The dustjacket with a small repair. This is one of the rarest publications on West Cork, Baltimore and Roaringwater Bay.. Edward Conor Marshall O'Brien (3 November 1880 - 18 April 1952) was an intellectual, Irish aristocrat, republican, nationalist, pioneer in modern maritime theory, owner and captain of one of the first boats to sail under the tri-colour of the Irish Free State, during his circumnavigation in the Saoirse. He was a grandson of the Fenian William Smith O'Brien. Reputedly this was the first small boat to sail around Cape Horn. This is slightly unfair to Joshua Slocum, the Bostonian, who was the first single-handed yachtsman to successfully pass this way (in 1895) although in the end, extreme weather forced him to use some of the inshore routes between the channels and islands and it is believed he may not have actually passed outside the Horn proper. Given the scale of Slocum's achievement it might be considered unfair to deprive him of the honour! Although it was nearly 30 years later, a strict definition of "the first small boat to sail around outside Cape Horn" could indeed cover the 42-foot (13 m) yacht Saoirse, sailed by Conor O'Brien with three hands, who rounded it during a circumnavigation of the world between 1923 and 1925 It was the first boat flying the Irish tri-colour to enter many of the world's ports and harbours. He was a ship builder/designer (notable boats include the Saoirse and AK Ilen ), gun runner for the Irish Volunteers during the war of independence in Ireland, captain of a ship sailing in the merchant navy during WWII. (Source: Wikipedia)

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        A Gun for Sale

      London: William Heinemann,, 1936. An Entertainment. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt, claret endpapers. Ownership signature to front free endpaper, spine very lightly cocked and a touch faded and with a small mark. Very nice indeed. First edition, first impression of one of Greene's most notable and least common early novels.

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        RUPERT ANNUAL 1936 - THE NEW ADVENTURES OF RUPERT

      Daily Express 1936 - 1936. Very good condition with no wrapper. The very first Rupert annual and the first Rupert book to be illustrated by Alfred Bestall. Red cloth with illustration of Rupert sitting reading on front cover. Black, red and white illustrations. The first time Rupert appeared wearing his now famous red jumper. (Tourtel's Rupert was dressed in blue). 124 pages. First story is Rupert and the Wonderful Kite. Spine and corners bumped. Tiny dent to top edge of rear cover. Spine is very slightly faded. There are a few very light marks to covers. Pencil name has been erased from belongs to box. Colouring pages completed. Tear to edge of last page (b/w illustration of Rupert has been coloured in). Some hinges cracked/pulled and some light fingering. A nice copy of this original annnual. [R] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TOTS COM UN SOL HOME

      Seix i Barral 1936 - Soporte: Entelado/On linen. Localidad: Barcelona. Tamaño del cartel: 69x99 El cartel está en buenas condiciones.

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        André Gide EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      Paris: Denoël & Steele, 1936. Fine. Denoël & Steele, Paris 1936, 11x17cm, broché. - Edition on current paper. Precious autograph signed by the author Paul Léautaud. Iconography. Few bites without gravity affecting mainly photographs of André Gide. Complete copy of the prayer insert. --- 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 sur papier courant. Précieux envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à Paul Léautaud. Iconographie. Quelques petites piqûres sans gravité affectant essentiellement les photographies représentant A. Gide. Exemplaire complet de son prière d'insérer.

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        AESOP'S FABLES

      London: George G. Harrap and Co, 1936. No. 5 OF EIGHT COPIES ON VELLUM, SIGNED BY THE ARTIST (and 525 copies on paper) n. Hardcover. Remarkably Pleasing Gooden Engravings, one of Just Eight Copies on Vellum. 283 x 213 mm (11 1/8 x 8 3/8"). 312, [2] pp. Translated by Sir Robert L'Estrange. No. 5 OF EIGHT COPIES ON VELLUM, SIGNED BY THE ARTIST (and 525 copies on paper). Very fine publisher's special binding of russet crushed morocco designed by the artist and executed by Sangorski & Sutcliffe (stamp-signed on front turn-in), covers gilt with strapwork frame featuring grape clusters in the corners and a prancing fox in the center, raised bands flanked by gilt rules, spine panels with a central gilt grape cluster, gilt titling, gilt-ruled turn-ins, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt on the rough. In an excellent brown textured cloth box with matching slipcase. With 201 charming historiated initials, hand-colored in part by a former owner, and 12 FINE ENGRAVED ILLUSTRATIONS BY STEPHEN GOODEN (including the engraved title page), a couple of these partially hand colored. Campbell Dodgson, pp. 104-15. Leather with minor naturally occurring variations in color, one plate with very faint dampstain, a handful of tiny marginal smudges of stray coloring, otherwise an extremely pleasing copy, the vellum particularly smooth and bright, and the special binding lustrous and unworn. This is the very rare luxury version of Stephen Gooden's "magnum opus," one of the best illustrated versions of Aesop ever printed, and one of the finest illustrated books of the 20th century. It includes L'Estrange's preface to the whole collection, his reflections on each fable reprinted here, and "The Life of Aesop." According to the DNB, Gooden (1892-1955) was an engraver who "worked chiefly as a book illustrator-a field that fascinated him from childhood-beginning in 1923 with the Nonesuch Press 'Anacreon.' He contributed to 20 works, notably the Bible (Nonesuch, five volumes, 1925-27), 'The Fables of Jean de la Fontaine' (2 volumes, Heinemann, 1931), and the present work. Also, Gooden designed and engraved more than 40 bookplates, including those for Queen Elizabeth, Princess Elizabeth, and Princess Margaret, as well as four for the Royal Library, Windsor Castle." Gooden's engravings have a very strong appeal no matter the surface on which they appear, but they are particularly satisfying on the lustrous, buttery vellum of this special edition. While paper copies of this work appear on the market with some regularity, ABPC and Rare Book Hub find only one vellum copy at auction in the past 40 years.

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        The Story of Ferdinand

      Viking Press 1936 - A very good first edition in a very good price-clipped dust jacket. First Published 1936 stated on the copyright page. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Reichsparteitag der Ehre. (= Raumbild-Zeitgeschichte, Band II).

      München, Raumbild-Verlag Otto Schönstein, 1936.. 1.Auflage, 61 Seiten mit 100 (davon 22 montierten) Raumbildaufnahmen und der häufig fehlenden Raumbildbrille, 4°,, Leinen- Hardcover/Pappeinband,. Einband etwas berieben und angestaubt, sonst guter und sauberer Zustand

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        Typed letter inscribed

      1936. MITCHELL, Margaret.Typed letter signed.Atlanta, June 1, 1936.Typed letter signed and inscribed by Margaret Mitchell to her editor with exceptional content, written one month before publication of Gone With the Wind, including material on royalties, travel to New York, speaking engagements, the process of writing, and the possibility of selling the movie rights.This exceptional and lengthy letter offers great insight into Mitchell?'s relationship with her publisher and glimpses of her strong personality and vibrant sense of humor. The recipient, Harold Latham, an editor at Macmillan, had famously pried the manuscript of Gone With the Wind away from Mitchell the year before on a visit to Atlanta. On a tour of the South to find new writers, Latham received reports that Mitchell had a manuscript, a fact she repeatedly denied. Then she admitted that although there was a manuscript, it was unfinished. Finally, on the eve of Latham?'s departure, Mitchell showed up at his hotel with the entire manuscript—a pile of papers so large Latham needed to buy an extra suitcase just for it. Although she regretted the action immediately and wrote to Latham asking him to return the manuscript, Latham refused, saying that he was certain that with revisions it would be not only publishable but popular. The story of Latham?'s ?"discovery?" of Mitchell almost instantly passed into legend and became almost as well known as the book itself.Macmillan initially offered Mitchell a $500 advance, with 10% royalties on the first 10,000 copies and 15% royalties thereafter. After seeing the length of the final revised manuscript that Mitchell sent them—over 400,000 words—Macmillan realized that they would either have to raise the price on the book (a difficult proposition during the Depression) or cut the material down drastically. They offered Mitchell a choice: cut the book or accept a downward revision of all royalties to 10%. Mitchell opted for a lengthier tome with the lighter royalties. But after intense pre-publication publicity and the fortuitous selection of Gone With the Wind as a Book of the Month Club selection, it became clear that the book was going to be a best-seller, and Macmillan generously offered to reinstate the original terms of the contract with Mitchell (Macmillan?'s generosity extended to its own employees later that year when they gave all their employees an 18% bonus based solely on the success of the book). The letter, dated a month before official publication of the book, opens with an acknowledgement of the new terms: ?"Dear Mr. Latham; When Lois Cole?'s letter arrived, telling me of the revision of the royalties, I wired her immediately—well, not exactly immediately for I had to wait to get my breath—and asked her to thank every one concerned in the matter. And now I want to thank you personally because I know you were very much concerned about it. Your letter of May 27 has just arrived and at the end of it you speak of this rearrangement of royalties as being one more evidence of your desire to deal fairly with me. I really do not need further evidence of that now! I am firmly convinced that even Jurgen himself never dealt more fairly with a woman than Macmillan has with me! You have been more than kind, more than generous in this matter, as in others. Really, I had put the whole matter of the cut in royalties out of my mind, for so much had happened since then. Besides, at the time when the matter first came up, when you were in Europe, I thought, ?'They are putting a lot of money behind my book for advertising purposes. A lot more money than they usually put for a new and unknown author. And the advertising probably more than makes up for the cut in royalties.… So, you see, I wasn?'t sucking my thumb and pouting all this time and when the good news arrived it was just as exciting and delightful as when the Easter Rabbit used to pay his annual visit when I was a child.?"After a long discussion of possible travel plans to New York, Mitchell give a humorous account of a speaking engagement in Atlanta where she employed unusual tactics to insure that it would be ?"my swan song as a speaker?": ?"I elected to speak on reference works… if I do say it myself, Carlysle?'s ?'Essay on Burns?' couldn?'t have been duller.?" (Yet Mitchell goes on to describe a talk that sounds wry and witty, telling a story about a conversation with a backwoods farmer: ?"He answered my questions and then, curious about writers, asked a plenty. I told him with deep feeling that writing was a dreary, dull job. You sweated, and groaned and itched and broke out in rashes and then felt like you smelled bad. And he said with sympathy, ?'When you come right down to it, writing a book ain?'t so very different from spreading manure, is it??") She goes on to discuss Latham?'s home, comment on possible movie rights (?"I was very interested in your remarks about the movie rights and shall wait with even more interest for developments?"), and to request that he forward a letter to a critic in New York. Her signature is followed by a typed post-script, which is followed by a hand-written one: ?"P.S.S. I was interrupted and the day has passed with out this being mailed and without my letter to Mr. Jackson being finished. I want this to get you before you go away so will not enclose the letter to him. I hope you have a fine time.?"Mitchell remained close friends with Latham for the rest of her life. He was with her in Atlanta when she was awarded the Pulitzer prize for literature, more confident she would win it than Mitchell herself was. At the Atlanta premiere for the movie in 1939, Latham was an honored guest, along with Mitchell and the stars of the film.An extraordinary Margaret Mitchell item with exceptional content.

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        THE GENERAL THEORY OF EMPLOYMENT INTEREST AND MONEY

      Macmillan and Co. Limited. London. 1936. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (8.7 x 5.7 inches). Publishers dark blue cloth with four blind ruled lines on each board. Spine ruled and lettered in gilt. Aside from some very light offsetting to the blank endpapers, from the dustwrapper, this is a fine, bright copy with the gilt still gleaming. Original dustwrapper with the price (5/- NET) still intact on the inner front flap. Previous owners neat name on the top front panel and some minor rubbing to the extremities. A couple of small chips to the corners and a couple of very small creases to the bottom of the rear panel but overall a smart and sharp copy of this classic work.

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