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        Big Game Fish. Complete Map Illustrated. Fresh and Salt Water Fishing

      Chicago.. Copyright 1936. But circa 1946. Victory edition.. Color original poster, pictorial / pictographic map, 33 1/2 x 36 inches on sheet 37 x 40 inches. Very good condition. Two spots of three tiny holes not noticeable from the front of the map, creasing at lower right edge with one crease extending 1 inch into the image, paper loss at lower left corner well outside the image. Very clean and bright. The map extends from the lower Canadian provinces to Nicaragua with pictographs of people fishing and the fish of each area. The pictorial border depicts 56 kinds of fish. Four small round inset maps at the lower left show Panama, the Hawaiian Islands, New Zealand, and Tahiti, with listings of the fish found in those places. Three inset text blocks list: "Famous Fishing Tournaments", "Famous Big Game Fishing Clubs", and "Twenty-two World-famous Places to Go Fishing". .

      [Bookseller: oldimprints.com]
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        ABSALOM, ABSALOM!

      New York: Random House, 1936. First edition. Very Good +/Very Good. A Very Good+ copy of the book with a few faint markings to the front end paper, otherwise, clean and quite bright. In a Very Good dust jacket with the remnants of a sticker on the top of the front panel, likely the "Book Clinic Honor for November 1936 AIGA," some wear and chipping at spine ends and a short 1.5 inch crack running up the spine fold. A pioneering work for the modernist movement. Additional images available upon request. Very Good + in Very Good. dust jacket.

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        Absalom Absalom

      Random House, 1936. Hardcover. Very Good. Random House, New York 1936. First Edition / First Printing. Dated 1936 on the title and copyright pages with no additional printings listed. Black cloth stamped in red and gold. Top edges red. Folding map at the rear of Jefferson and Yoknapatawpha County. {ref: McBride, Petersen A17c}. Book Condition: Very Good+, clean boards and spine, light shelf wear, clean pages, mild age toning, previous owner's inscription at the rear endpaper, short tear at the rear endpaper. The dust jacket is not present.

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        Alice's Adventures Under Ground

      Vienna: Privately Printed for Eldridge Johnson by Max Jaffe. 1936. Hardcover. Fine. Privately printed for Eldridge Johnson by Max Jaffe in Vienna, 1936. Reportedly fewer than 100 copies. 8vo, full grained morocco gilt in slipcase. Printed in color. About fine, rare thus.

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB]
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        First Foods of America

      Los Angeles/San Francisco/New York: Suttonhouse Ltd., 1936. Octavo, 150 pages. First edition. This book draws recipes both from Mexico, especially Minititlan, on Tehuantepec in Oaxaca, and from early Texas history, based on oral and manuscript sources. Strehl, in One Hundred Books on California Food and Wine states, "based on family recipes brought from Mexico during the late nineteenth century, this book addresses the Indian origins of Mexican food. Probably the first and best work to present an accurate and non-romantic approach to this influential cuisine." An exceptional, truly fine copy, in publisher's decorated red cloth, in a fine, unclipped dust jacket. [Bitting 303; Brown 186; Strehl 35].

      [Bookseller: Rabelais - Fine Books on Food, Wine & th]
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        The Mediterranean and Other Poems

      NY: Alcestis Press, 1936. Octavo. 58pp. First edition, limited to 165 copies signed by the author. This copy is unnumbered. Light smudge to cover, else fine and unopened, in green printed wrappers.

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        Typewritten Letter Signed On Supreme Court Stationary Washington 1936

      1936. Cardozo, Benjamin N. [1870-1938]. [Typewritten Letter, Signed, on Supreme Court Stationary]. Washington, D.C.: April 2, 1936. Single 8" x 10-1/2" sheet. Light toning to letter, faint vertical and horizontal fold lines, minor short tear near center of right-hand margin along fold. An interesting letter with a large full signature. * This letter is a reply to a bookplate collector. Cardozo says he is unable to give him one because he does not use them. This letter relates to what was to become a confusing issue. Ocasionally books are found with "Cardozo" bookplates. These were added posthumously to mark the books that were in his library.

      [Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.]
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        The Story of a Novel

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1936. First edition. 8vo. . Pink cloth. Fine in fine dust jacket. Laid into quarter green morocco slipcase and chemise by James MacDonald Co. Bookplate of Henry Tatnall Brown, Jr . Inscribed on flyleaf to a famous collector, "For Henry Tatnall Brown, Jr. with all good wishes Sincerely Thomas Wolfe April 7, 1938."

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        Jamaica Inn

      London: Victor Gollancz,, 1936,. Octavo. Original light blue cloth, titles to spine in navy. Small loss of cloth to head and foot of spine, slightly rolled, back hinge just cracking. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Twenty-Five Poems

      London: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd.,, 1936. Octavo. Original grey boards, titles to spine in blue, top edge stained blue. With the dust jacket. Housed in a navy morocco-backed blue marbled bookform slipcase. The faintest fading to the ends of spine, very light partial spotting to endpapers. An exceptional copy in the impeccable dust jacket. First edition, first impression. Thomas's landmark collection.

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        QUATRIEME CAHIERS De COLETTE. Portraits et Paysages. Avec 6 Eaux-Fortes de Segonzac

      [Paris]:: Les Amis de Colette,. 1936.. Folio. 1st edition (Norell 0832). #146 / 175 cc. SIGNED by Colette. 95, [3] pp.. Original publisher's buff paper wrappers with wax paper cover.. Spine sun-tanned, with some tanning to wrapper edges also. Offset &. light foxing to prelims & terminal leaves. A VG copy..

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA]
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        Interwoven: A Pioneer Chronicle

      Houston: The Anson Jones Press, 1936.. First edition. Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed by the author, "To Tom and Sylvia Roberts with best wishes Sallie Reynolds Matthews". In very good condition

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        News From Tartary: A Journey from Peking to Kashmir

      London: Jonathan Cape,, 1936. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine and upper board gilt, red top-stain. With the dust jacket. Frontispiece and illustrations from photos throughout, folding map. Spine a little rolled. An excellent copy in the jacket with minor repairs to the ends of the spine panel. 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 1834 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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        THE HORROR ON THE ASTEROID AND OTHER TALES OF PLANETARY HORROR

      London: Philip Allan,. 1936. original gray cloth, spine panel stamped in black.. Touch of foxing to endpapers, small bookstore label affixed to lower. corner of paste-down, a nearly fine copy in very good or better dust. jacket with shallow fraying with slight loss along upper spine end,. shallow 8x37 mm chip from lower spine end, closed tear at bottom edge. of rear panel, bookstore sticker pasted over printed price on spine. panel, two light horizontal blue lines on the verso of the jacket. (offset from a previous jacket protector) with slight bleed through,. most noticeable on the rear panel. A considerably above average. example an uncommon jacket. (#138525). First edition. One of three variant bindings, priority, if any, not known. The author's first book, preceded by a mimeographed booklet printing a short story. One of the earliest single author pulp SF story collections, collecting fiction from Weird Tales and SF specialty pulps of the late 1920s and early 1930s. This was also one of the titles in the publisher's Creeps series - and an interesting sign of how "science fiction" and "horror" had not yet bifurcated into separate genres. Anatomy of Wonder (1981) 2-38; (1987) 2-41; and (1995) 2-50. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 999 ("Monster-God of Mamurth"). Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, pp. 103-04. Survey of Science Fiction Literature IV, pp. 1939-43. Bleiler (1978), p. 92. Reginald 06702.

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        Typed Letter Signed

      Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Gone With the Wind" (1936). TLS "Peggy," 1p, 7¼" X 10½", Atlanta, GA, 1942 June 30. Addressed to DeSales. Very good. Two file holes at top; small stain at upper left edge. Reports that she has completed a questionnaire for a Lieutenant Hansell, and commends DeSales for enlisting. Reads in part: "You and Virginia will suffer financial loss, domestic upset and the natural distress that comes from the readjustment of a well ordered family. That both of you are willing to do this shows a very fine spirit, and John and I want to be among the first to say 'congratulations.'" Signed with her nickname "Peggy," a seldom-used form Mitchell reserved for close friends. Interesting and uncommon.

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        Night Time" - Midge Williams' Theme Song (Sheet Music, Signed by Langston Hughes)

      San Francisco: Sherman 1936, Clay and Co. Sheet music Inscribed by Langston Hughes to Dutch author Emanuel van Loggem. Largely forgotten today, Midge Williams was a popular and talented singer active in the mid-1930s and early 1940s. Raised in the Oakland, California, area, she and her three brothers, John Lewis Jr., Robert, and Charles, began performing at an early age as the Williams Quartette, later becoming the Williams Four. After the quartet disbanded Ms. Williams began a successful solo career that peaked with her work with Louis Armstrong. Near Fine with some fading and light wear along the edges. Also contains music and lyrics for "No Regrets" by Harry Tobias and Roy Ingram and "Just In Case You Change Your Mind" by Ralph Freed.

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        Den knutna näven. Andra upplagan.

      Stockholm, Albert Bonniers förlag, 1936. 128 s. Häftad, tryckta omslag, fint exemplar. Dedikation: »Till Curt Weibull med tack för de oförgätliga dagarna och för Enhetstanken i Norden / Pär Lagerkvist».. Minne av Pär Lagerkvists promotion till hedersdoktor vid Göteborgs högskola i oktober 1941. Lagerkvist tackade högskolans rektor, historieprofessorn Curt Weibull (1886-1991, rektor 1936-1946) för kallelsen till hedersdoktor i brev den 21 augusti. Han finner det passande att bli hedersdoktor just i Göteborg, där han mött »sympati och förståelse tidigare än på andra håll», dessutom kände han sig med anledning av huset på Tjörn som västkustbo. Lagerkvist gruvar sig för högtidligheten men lovar försöka övervinna sin rädsla för ceremonier och komma, och infann sig också verkligen till promotion och festmiddag i Göteborg den 11 oktober samma år. Efteråt sände han Weibull detta exemplar av Den knutna näven, med en hänvisning till dennes promotionsföreläsning »Enhetstanken i Norden». Valet av bok överraskar inte, det världspolitiska läget hade figurerat stort i flera av festtalen i Göteborg och Den knutna näven representerar i hög grad Lagerkvists »kämpande humanism» under de svåra krigsåren, just den hållning som låg bakom kallelsen till hedersledamot.<p>Ur motiveringen (cit. efter Möller (2012), s. 197-98): »Må jag som Musagetes få nämna Pär Lagerkvist, den svenske diktaren i våra dagar som främst förtjänar siarnamnet, som skådat in i tidens mörker men också låtit blicken tränga genom mörkret mot de evärdliga ideal som lyst de ädlaste av vårt släkte.»

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        Thirty-One Poems

      Cambridge: W. Heffer & Sons, 1936. Full red leather gilt with ribbon. Edition limited to 31 copies of which this is number 2. From the Spenser Society of Cambridge University this is a book of poems from 8 young poets each of whom has signed his particular section. Quiller- Couch does a "Commendatory." Additionally this copy is signed on the prelim by Walter de la Mare and is from his library with his bookplate. De la Mare was a supporter of this society as well as John Masefield, Laurence Binyon, F.L. Lucas etc. The poets in question are David Arkwright, Winton Dean, Derek Plint Clifford, Christopher Gandy, Cecil Holmes, Frederick Lill, John Manifold and Joseph C. Skinner. Minute wear to the extremities. Exceedingly Rare.. Signed By the Author. 1st Limited Ed. Leather. VG/No Jacket. Octavo.

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        Peer Gynt A Dramatic Poem By Henrik Ibsen

      London: George G. Harrap, 1936. hardcover. Orig. gilt lettered and decorated full vellum. Teg. Very good in fine three quarter grey morocco and marbled board solander case./No Dust Jacket. Rackham, Arthur. 256 pages, 27 x 21 cm. Limited edition, copy 314 of 460 signed by Arthur Rackham. Twelve full-page plates with lettered tissue guards. Introduction by R. Farquharson Sharp, the translator who made a concerted effort to keep as closely to the original&#39;s meaning, doing so in unrhymed verse. Plates and text clean and fresh, decorated endpapers, front cover slightly bowed, front cover joint darkened at head.

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        Franklin D. Roosevelt SIGNED The Democratic Book 1936 Limited Edition

      Democratic National Party, 1936. Limited. Hardcover Hardcover. Good. Signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt under a color illustration of the White House on the limitation page! Number 1589 of an unstated limitation, with most sources indicating about 2500 made. This book is an incredible historic reference. Over 375 pages with speeches and information about the Democratic National Convention. This exquisite book was produced to help cover the debt incurred by the Democratic party to help re-elect FDR. Offered to donors to the party for $250 which included having their name inscribed on the front. Very large, oversized book. Bound in brown leather with gilt lettering of title on front along with the original owner&#39;s name. Tightly bound. Light bumping and shelf wear to the corners. A few nicks to the spine also. Edges of front end pages fading. Good condition. Published by Democratic National Party, 1936

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        A Handsome The Democratic Book 1936 Signed By President Franklin D. Roosevelt

      SB. 384pg. 11 ½? x 14 ½?. No date [circa 1936]. No place [Washington, DC]. A signed book, The Democratic Book 1936, signed ?Franklin D. Roosevelt? in blue ink below a color vignette of the White House. This book was produced in a limited quantity, and this is number 2,494 with ?Mary Helen Bennett? gilt stamped on the front cover. This was given to delegates at the 1936 Democratic Convention, and contains much information on the party?s platform and successes, and advertisements. The selling of advertisements in the book, and the sale of the book to corporations at $250.00 apiece, created political controversy. The front inner page hinge was expertly repaired, there is minor foxing to the blank pages, and expert restoration to the spine ends. It is a nearly fine, handsome copy.

      [Bookseller: Stuart Lutz Historic Documents, Inc.]
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        Die Blendung. Roman

      Wien/Lpz./Zch., Reichner 1936.. 8°. 560 S. OLn. m. farb. Einbandill. v. Alfred Kubin. EA W.-G.² 4

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        Red-Figured Athenian Vases in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

      Yale University Press. Hardcover. New Haven, 1936. Two volumes. Folio, 249 pp. plus plate volume. Mild ex-library, with numbers on bottom of spine and other normal marks, else very good with light shelfwear and excellent contents and sound bindings. No institutional marks on pages. Limited to 500 copies. . Good. 1936. First Edition.

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        GERMANY [OLYMPIC GAMES 1936] ENGLISH EDITION [Lbc]

      Berlin: Vol and Recih Verlag. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1936. First Edition. Flexible cloth. Germany; Nazi; Hitler; Photos; Folio 13" - 23" tal; 131 pages; Laid in sheet- "THIS BOOK SHALL REMINED [sic] YOU OF GERMANY AND THE OLYMPIC GAMES BERLIN 1936. It is offered by the Propaganda-Committee for the Olympic games. Consists of numerous full page photos, some double page focusing on preparations the the Games. Next to the last page is a two page foldout with a bright red Third Reich flag, closed short tear to outer fold 2", 1" closed tear to bottom and shallow bends where edge of panel closes at binding. Condition of Flag Plate is VG/VG-. Adt&#39;l pjhotos of this plate are available. Produced in both English and German to advertise the Olympic Games along with the Herculean efforts of the German people to prepare for them. A single AE 2010 auction record exists for only the German language edition, APBC lists none, WorldCat locates 13 copies worldwide in libraries. The German edition has been dated to 1936, presumably the English was produced at the same time. Quite scarce. .

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        Angling of the Test. Or, True Love Under Stress... Being a diurnal postulation of problems of connubial infelicity which will bring no comfort to any married male angler. A Book-of-the-Nonce-Club Selection

      New York: The Derrydale Press, 1936. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. 8vo., pp. [ff 2] + [x] + 25; black cloth stamped in gilt and blind; glassine dustwrapper intact; ink inscription to front pastedown; adhesive mark to front endpaper; near fine copy without the publisher&#39;s box. First edition, first issue, signed on the title page as usual. One of 197 numbered copies printed on watermarked, laid paper. Illustrated with engravings and photogravures. Presentation copy, warmly inscribed at length by the author to Marjorie Wiggin Prescott and Albert H. Wiggin, the latter of whom was a formidable collector of English prints, especially Thomas Rowlandson. Wiggin&#39;s named collection now comprises part of the Boston Public Library&#39;s massive print collection. Author and artist Marjorie Wiggins Prescott published a series of three volumes under the title Tales of a Sportman&#39;s Wife with the Derrydale Press from 1936-1939. Siegel 97.

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        Dr. F. W. Arnold (Redig.): "HEBE" - Ein Pfennig Magazin für Freunde und Freundinnen des Gesangs u Sammlung von einem rheinländischer Tonkünstler. 4. Jahrgang 1839, 1. bis 4. Vierteljahr. Köln (Cöln), Aug. Jos. Tonger 1839. Kl. 4° (ca. 26,5 x 17,5), 208 Seiten. Pappband der Zeit mit einem Goldschrift auf V-Deckel "Zum Andenken für Luise Oppermann. Den 22. September 1841." Mit 4 gestochener Titelseite mit Stadtansicht von Köln. Zustand: Buchrücken aufgehellt, innen vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig, insgesamt noch sehr gut erhaltenes u. sehr seltenes Exemplar. (Die Bibliothek des Beethoven-Haus in Bonn besitzt nur den Jahrgang 1936-1938.)

      - Musik

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        From Snow to Snow

      NY: Henry Holt, (1936). First edition. Second printing. This copy is inscribed by Frost below the poem "Storm Fear," which opens this selection. Contains a poem for each month of the year, selected by the poet from previously published work. They include two of Frost&#39;s best-loved poems, "The Road Not Taken" and "Stopping By Woods On a Snowy Evening." Very fine in green linen cloth stamped in silver, with a dust wrapper that shows light, even toning to spine.

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        NEW PROVINCES. Poems of Several Authors

      Toronto: MacMillan, 1936 NEW PROVINCES. Poems of Several Authors. Toronto: Macmillan, 1936. First Edition of this major Canadian Anthology; the first to publish Canadian Modernist Poetry. Toronto: Macmillan, 1936. First edition. Blue-green cloth covered boards, lettered in black. (x), 77, (1) pp. A fine fresh copy in like dustwrapper edited, with an uncredited four paragraph preface by F.R. Scott with contributions by Robert Finch, Leo Kennedy, A.M. Klein, E.J. Pratt, F.R. Scott, & A.J.M. Smith. Only 500 copies were published. This is the variant [Priority unknown] in blue-green cloth with page size of 204 X 130 mm [also comes in light mid-green cloth, with page size 205 X 125 mm]. Of the 500 copies published, 250 copies were bound May 9/11, 1936. 100 were bound 5 years later on March 27th, 1941 - the status of the balance of 150 copies unknown. A handsome example. Rarely seen as such. $750.00  . 1st Edition.

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        The Rock Pool

      Paris: The Obelisk Press,, 1936. Octavo. Original grey wrappers printed in blue. Housed in a blue cloth solander case. Minor abrasion to front blank. Wrappers lightly rubbed, upper joint just starting. Excellent condition. First edition, first printing. A very attractive copy.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Die Geheimnisse der Tora - Ein Kapitel aus dem Sohar

      Berlin [Leipzig], Schocken Verlag [Oswald Schmidt], 1936.: First Edition; Inscribed; intellectual and spiritual study; jewish; Jewish thinkers; Judaica; Kabbalah; Rare Books; scholarship; Signed; tora; Widmung; Widmungsexemplar. 4°.. Originaler Pappband mit Rückenschildchen. Bindung etwas stärker berieben und gering fleckig. Innen ganz wunderbar und frisch erhalten. Breitrandiges, unbeschnittenes Exemplar. Mit handschrfitlicher Widmung von Scholem auf hebräisch - Iyyar 5696 (May, 1936) in Jerusalem. / First edition, one of 150 copies, of Scholem&#39;s "Secrets of the Torah." Scholem among the great Jewish thinkers of the Twentieth Century, an activist as well as a scholar. His works served as a touchstone for all succeeding scholarship on Jewish mysticism and Kabbalah. A not quite very good copy in publisher&#39;s paper-covered boards. Inscribed by Scholem in Hebrew in Iyyar 5696 (May, 1936) in Jerusalem.

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        The Mint

      - Original printer's proof of T.E. Lawrence's "The Mint" published in 1936 by Doubleday, Doran and Company, New York, and printed at The Country Life Press, Garden City, New York. The published version is a modern rarity, with only 50 copies printed (10 were offered for sale to the public at the time for 100,000 British pounds or 500,000 American dollars!) to establish copyright. Our copy is with extensive holograph corrections on almost every page (spelling, spacing, typographic errors, etc). The printed page size is 5 x 7 inches on sheets measuring 9 x 11. Complete in 13 stapled gathering of pages. Comparing our copy to the listing in "T.E. Lawrence: A Bibliography", ours has only a two word title page ("The Mint") with no sub titles; there is also no author, publisher, place or date. There is no half-title or copyright pages. Also not there is the colophon which is found in the published version on the blank reverse of page 200. Our text pages (1) - 199 follows that of the limited edition with all of Lawrence's raw language included. Chipping and tearing to the first outer leaf, otherwise in very good condition. Slipcase fine. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Barry Cassidy Rare Books]
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        CRUSADER CASTLES

      London, The Golden Cockerel Press, 1936.. 2 volumes, complete set 1936, edition limited to 1000 numbered copies, this copy being No. 828, printed in Perpetua type on British mould-made paper. Small 4to, approximately 250 x 185 mm, 10 x 7¼ inches, title pages printed in red, illustrated with Lawrence&#39;s numerous drawings, plans and photographs, LACKING 2 FOLDING MAPS, pages: Volume I : 56; Volume II: 62, bound for the publisher in a signed Sangorski and Sutcliffe binding of half crushed rust brown morocco over cream linen sides, raised bands and gilt lettered spines, top edges gilt, the rest untrimmed. Volume I: linen very slightly darkened at edges, small faintly browned area at lower edge of page 3, contents otherwise clean, no inscriptions; Volume II: linen sides as Volume I, 1 small faint pink mark and 1 small pale stain to upper cover, contents clean. A very good set of this early Lawrence item (lacking the 2 folding maps). Volume I contains the thesis that Lawrence wrote for his History degree at Oxford in 1910 with the title "The Influence of the Crusades on European Military Architechture to the end of the Twelfth Century". To research this he visited nearly all the important castles in England and Wales, France, Syria and northern Palestine from 1906-1909. Volume II contains the letters he wrote to his family during his travels to those places. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Travels in Arabia Deserta

      London, Jonathan Cape,, 1936. With an Introduction by T. E. Lawrence. 2 volumes, quarto. Original brown buckram, titles to spines gilt, chestnut top-stain, other edges uncut. Portrait frontispiece to Volume I and 8 other plates, 2 of them folding, numerous illustrations to the text, many full-page, folding coloured map at the rear. Bookplates to the front pastedowns, light foxing to the edges, very slight encroachment into the margins, cloth a little rubbed, spines slightly sunned, a very good set. New and definitive edition, first impression of this edition. "Lawrence&#39;s wish to make Travels in Arabia Deserta available to a wider public at affordable prices was realized through re-publication followed by many subsequent editions. The Cape &#39;Definitive&#39; edition of 1936 was published in a format matching that of 1935 Seven Pillars" (O&#39;Brien).

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        Language, Truth and Logic

      New York: Oxford University Press, 1936 First American edition of perhaps the most influential English philosophy book of the twentieth century, in which he defines the verification principle of logical positivism. The first edition, published by Gollancz in January of 1936, was limited to only 500 copies. A second printing, published in April of 1936, was published in 250 copies. This American edition, printed from the English sheets, appeared later in 1936. All of these are uncommon in dust jacket. Presentation copies, however, are of the greatest rarity. In forty years of dealing in philosophy books of this nature, we have never before owned one. Publisher's blue cloth with gilt spine. Octavo. Light shelfwear, dust jacket partially browned. Jacket has light edgewear, and tear at spine has been neatly repaired internally with archival tape. A very good copy, scarce in dust jacket. Presentation copy, inscribed: "To Michael Curtis with best wishes from Freddie Ayer May 22, 1985."

      [Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I]
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        KAGAYAKU NIPPON DAIHAKURANKAI [THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF BRILLIANT JAPA

      1936. Paperback. [JAPANESE POSTER] Osaka Mainichi Shimbunsha. KAGAYAKU NIPPON DAIHAKURANKAI [THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF BRILLIANT JAPAN] & KAGAYAKU NIPPONHAKU Annaiki. The poster was printed by Osaka Seihan printing company in their patented high-quality "HB" process, which they used to reproduce the effect of color woodblock, etc. With an (unread) artist&#39;s seal. Dated on the recto April/May 1936 this large poster (60.8 X 107 cm.) displays bold colors and near abstract design which shows the progress of Japanese industry as a freighter ship evolves pictorially in ascent through a great gear wheel, to an airplane, and then a skyscraper with pennants, all mediated by repeated circular images of a golden sun and red sun akadama images from the national flag. Considering its size, the fragility of the paper and its age, the edgewear and creasing, along with a bit of foxing, leaves this piece still unusually clean and bright with older backing and color restoration. Presents very well. Perhaps the most interesting and arresting piece of industrial art design from its time we have seen in a poster format. The accompanying large 8vo. brochure in color wraps is the guidebook for the Exposition. Printed as a revised edition at the time of the show, 1936. Illustrated internally with b+w photo illustrations of exhibits, ceremonies, etc., etc. The rear cover reproduces the very poster that we are offering here. The guidebook is quite worn, with some paper repairs. Very scarce and interesting combination of these ephemeral items from Japan&#39;s prewar golden age of design.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company]
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        The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. The Cambridge Edition Text, as edited by William Aldis Wright. Including the Temple Notes. Illustrated by Rockwell Kent, With a Preface by Christopher Morley. In two volumes

      Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc, 1936. Hardcover. Limited edition. Large thick folios. xviii, 779; viii, [780]-1527pp. One of seven hundred fifty numbered sets, signed by Rockwell Kent. Publisher&#39;s blue cloth over beveled boards, vellum spine labels, top edges gilt, the others untrimmed. A Near Fine set in the publisher&#39;s slipcase, with the illustrated title-label affixed to one board. The corners and extremities are slightly worn, but the case is sound. Overall a Very Good Set. Image or additional images available upon request

      [Bookseller: Wessel & Lieberman Booksellers ABAA]
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        The Street Markets of London

      London: John Miles Ltd., 1936. Former owner&#39;s inscription (signed Mary), possibly the author Mary Benedetta, but I can&#39;t substantiate; near fine in a good jacket, with several edge chips, most noticeably at the top of the rear panel and the spine heel. A rare jacket in any condition.. First Edition. Thick octavo. 64 Moholy images of London&#39;s street markets captured in rich gravure. Underrated subject, and book.

      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, Inc.]
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        Gone With the Wind

      New York: Macmillan, 1936.. First edition of the author&#39;s classic novel. Octavo, original gray cloth. Inscribed by Margaret Mitchell on the front free end paper. First printing, with &#147;Published May 1936&#148; on the copyright page and no mention of other printings. First issue dust jacket, with Gone with the Wind listed in the second column of the booklist on the back panel, with $3.00 cost on the front flap. Near fine in an excellent dust jacket that shows light wear to the extremities. Housed in a custom quarter morocco clamshell box. A bright copy.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        PEER GYNT: A DRAMATIC POEM

      London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd, 1936. First (British) Printing of this Edition. Hardcover. Very Fine, in Rare and Very Fine Jacket. 260 x 197 mm (10 1/4 x 7 3/4"). 255, [3] pp. First (British) Printing of this Edition. Original publisher&#39;s linen boards, original pictorial dust jacket. With 12 COLOR PLATES (including frontispiece) BY ARTHUR RACKHAM, all protected by tissue guards with descriptive letterpress. Latimore & Haskell, p. 74. Dust jacket with tiny chip out of bottom edge of back panel and two very minor closed tears at bottom of front panel, a little chafing at folds, but still A VERY FINE COPY IN A FINE JACKET. This is an especially well-preserved copy of the first British trade edition (appearing the same year as a British limited edition and an American trade edition) of Rackham&#39;s "Peer Gynt," written by Ibsen in 1867. The translator here, R. Farquharson Sharp (1864-1945), says that his translation is an improvement over former ones because he has refused the temptation of retaining the rhymed verse of the original. He has instead chosen unrhymed verse in Ibsen&#39;s original meter in an attempt to capture the original, literal meaning. Rackham&#39;s accomplished full-page color illustrations here are the confident work of a mature artist approaching his 70th year.

      [Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev]
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        Peer Gynt

      London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., (1936). Quarto. 256pp., + 12ff. plates. One of 460 copies signed by Arthur Rackham. Ibsen&#39;s great dramatic poem is illustrated with twelve mounted color plates and numerous black & white drawings. Rackham&#39;s dark, imaginative illustrations are perfectly suited to this poetic fantasy, drawn from Scandinavian folklore. Small book label to preliminary page, some light spotting to front cover, else fine in publisher&#39;s gilt-stamped full vellum. T.e.g.

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers]
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        Stories of Three Decades

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York,, 1936. Translated from the German by H. T. Lowe-Porter. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to upper board in blind and to spine gilt, top edge stained red. With the dust jacket. Front free endpaper a little creased, ownership signature to front pastedown, boards very lightly marked but an excellent copy in the somewhat frayed and slightly tanned dust jacket. First edition, first printing. Signed by Mann on an early blank. Includes Death in Venice.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Nachlass zu Lebzeiten

      Zürich, Humanitas Verlag, 1936.: 20th century; Association Copies; association copies; Association Copy; Deutsche Literatur; Erstausgabe; European Literature; First Edition; German Literature; Inscribed; Literature; Modern Thought; Rare Books; Signed; Thirties; Widmungsexemplar; World Literature. 8°.. Originale Englisch-Broschur. Kleiner Fleck auf oberem Schnitt. Der Band in speziell angefertigter, bibliophiler Halblederschatulle mit vergoldetem Rückentitel. Seltene Erstausgabe dieses bedeutsamen Widmungsexemplares. Die sehr schöne, handschriftlicher Widmung Musils an: "Doris Gaumann-Wild mit Dank und Gruß ! Zürich, 24. Februar 1939 - Robert Musil". Doris Gaumann-Wild war eine Züricher Akademikerin die einen gelegentlichen literarisch-künstlerischen Salon leitete der sich mit wichtigen literarischen Neuveröffentlichungen der Zeit beschäftigte. Es war in diesem literarischen Zirkel, wo Musil auf Einladung von Doris Gaumann-Wild ein unveröffentliches Kapitel seines unvollendete gebliebenen Werkes "Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften" vorlas (22. Februar 1939). Musil verdankte der Einladung Gaumann-Wilds sein Leben im Exil. Er erwähnte in einem seiner Briefe, dass er oft ein Gast im Hause der Gaumann-Wild&#39;s war. Widmungsexemplare von Musil sind äusserst selten. Widmungsexemplare mit solch schöner Provenienz eigentlich unauffindbar.

      [Bookseller: Old Head Books & Collections]
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        Fanciful Tales of Time and Space 1936 Vol. 1 # 1 Fall: The Nameless City / Umbriel / The Forbidden Room / Solomon Kane&#39;s Homecoming / The Typewriter / The Man from Dark Valley / The Globe / The Electric World (FIRST & ONLY ISSUE)

      Oakman, AL: Shepherd & Wollheim, Publishers 1st Edition, 1936 ----------stapled pulp/digest magazine, 5-3/4 inches wide, 8-1/2 inches tall, 48 pages. This is the true first (and only) issue of this semi-professional magazine from 1936, and NOT the 1977 reproduction. It has minor bumps to the top left and right corners of the front cover, the pages are toning a bit, and it is a near fine to fine unread one-owner copy. According to the Science Fiction Encyclopedia, only 200 copies of this publication were printed. This particular copy was obtained from Wollheim by the bookseller in the early 1960s, when Wollheim unearthed an unsold batch, and advertised them for sale.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine to Fine. Illus. by Clay Ferguson Jr. (front cover), Duane W. Rimel (story heads). Note: our prices on Biblio are the LOWEST of any of the sites on which we list our books.

      [Bookseller: John McCormick]
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        The Chinese Exhibition: A Commemorative Catalogue of the International Exhibition of Chinese Art, Royal Academy of Arts, November 1935 - March 1936

      Faber & Faber, London], 1936. "Chinese Dynasties and Periods, Reign Marks and Dates, The Catalogue, Index of Painters and Calligraphers, General Index, The Plates with Their Descriptions". XXVIII, 160 Pages, followed by 160 plates showing over 350 illustrations. 23.8cm x 29.2cm, red silk covered boards with gold letters, contents bright, clean and tight with no markings. . Very Good +/No Jacket as Issued. 23.8cm x 29.2cm.

      [Bookseller: J.L. O'Rourke, Ltd.]
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        The Black Peril: A Biggles Story [5]

      Published by John Hamilton Limited, 32 Bloomsbury Street, London 1936 reprinted edition [First Edition March 1935]. Hard back binding in publisher&#39;s original blue cloth covers, black lettering and John Hamilton sundial to spine. 8vo 7½" x 5¼" 222 pp, no catalogue to rear. Colour frontispiece and four blue tinted illustrations by Howard Leigh. The"Ace" Series verso to half-title page lists 17 titles beginning with &#39;The Black Peril&#39;, ending with &#39;War in the Air&#39;. Free from foxing, spine not faded, cloth without any marks or rubs and in near Fine condition, colour copy dust wrapper. Member of the P.B.F.A.

      [Bookseller: Little Stour Books PBFA]
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        The Black Peril: A Biggles Story [4]

      Published by John Hamilton Limited, 32 Bloomsbury Street, London 1936 reprinted edition [First edition March 1935]. Hard back binding in publisher&#39;s original blue cloth covers, black lettering and John Hamilton sundial to spine. 8vo 7½" x 5¼" 222, 35 [pp] illustrated catalogue dated Autumn 1936. Colour frontispiece and four blue tinted illustrations by Howard Leigh [one of which is a copy re-tipped back in]. The "Ace" Series verso to half-title page lists 17 titles beginning with &#39;The Black Peril&#39;, ending with &#39;War in the Air&#39;. Foxing to half-title page, spine age darkened, light soiling to covers, colour copy dust wrapper. Member of the P.B.F.A.

      [Bookseller: Little Stour Books PBFA]
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        The Despot of the World [The &#39;&#39;Ace&#39;&#39; Series]

      Published by John Hamilton Limited, 32 Bloomsbury Street, London Spring 1936 [First Edition was 1936]. Spring 1936. Hard back binding in publisher&#39;s original blue cloth covers, black lettering and sundial to the spine. 8vo 7½&#39;&#39; x 5¼&#39;&#39; 224 printed pages of text followed by 39 page illustrated catalogue dated Spring 1936. 3 [of 4] single-sided monochrome illustrations on coated paper by Howard Leigh. Ink name and a little scattered foxing to the front free end paper. Very Good condition book in Very Good condition Howard Leigh illustrated dust wrapper with small pieces of paper missing to the spine ends, tiny chips to the corners, spine slightly sun faded, not price clipped 3s 6d. Dust wrapper supplied in archival acetate film protection. Member of the P.B.F.A.

      [Bookseller: Little Stour Books PBFA]
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