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      London: The Amalgamated Press, 1937. Six quarto issues (29.5cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers, stapled; [433]-456; [457]-480; [481]-504; [505]-528; [529]-552; [553]-576pp; illus. Extremities toned, staples oxidized, with scattered foxing along spine-folds, and occasional penciled notations to upper margins of front wrappers; complete; Very Good and sound copies. Complete serial of this key Continental Op story, first published as "The Big Knock-Over" in Black Mask Vol.9, No.12 (February 1927). This marks the story's first appearance published in the UK, issued with a modified title between November 6-December 11, 1937 by the British weekly magazine The Thriller Library. Rare; not recorded in Richard Layman's descriptive bibliography of Dashiell Hammett; OCLC shows 4 locations with any holdings.

      [Bookseller: Captain Ahab's Rare Books]
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        Schriftsteller (1905-1994; Nobelpreis für Literatur 1981): Eigenh. Brief mit U. (Zürich) 20. IX. 1988. 8°. 1 S. - Mit eigenh. adress. Kuvert.

       An den Herausgeber Adolf Opel in Wien: \"... Es tut mir leid, dass ich mich an Ihrem Band \'Designs for Living\' nicht beteiligen kann. Die drei Bände meiner Lebensgeschichte, die in den U.S.A. erschienen sind, bilden eine streng konzipierte Einheit. Ich möchte nicht, dass einzelne Teile davon hinausgerissen und separat publiziert werden. Sie gehören übrigens in die Jahre bis 1937. Es gibt noch andere Gründe für meine Entscheidung, die ich nicht alle anführen möchte.\" - DABEI: Eigenh. adress. Kuvert mit Poststempel: 19. 09. 1988. - Die drei Bände umfassenden Autobiographie Canettis tragen im Deutschen die Titel: \"Die gerettete Zunge\" (EA 1977), \"Die Fackel im Ohr\" (EA 1980) und \"Das Augenspiel\" (EA 1985) und erschienen Mitte der 80 ger Jahre in den USA. Sie schildern die Zeit von der frühesten Kindheit Canettis bis zum Jahr 1937 (Tod der Mutter). - Adolf Opel, Schriftsteller, Regisseur und Dokumentarfilmer (geb. 1935 in Wien) arbeitete hier als Kulturpublizist u. Herausgeber und vesuchte, Canetti zu einem Beitrag zu bewegen. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Autographen, Autografen, autographs, Biographie, Tagebuch

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        PREDICTION OF GRAVITATIONAL LENSING: "Nebulae as Gravitational Lenses" (Physical Review: Volume 51 No. 4 p. 290)

      The American Physical Society, Lancaster, PA 1937 - Fritz Zwicky's (1898-1974) prediction of the use of Nebulae as gravitational lenses (first paper on gravitational lensing). 217-292 pp. 4to. Green paper wraps that are clean and crisp. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Kriegsmarine officer cadet photograph album

      1937-38. from the shakedown cruise of the SSS Albert Leo Schlageter. Oblong octavo (219 x 289 mm), 24 leaves dark grey mount paper (with "spider's web" tissue guards). Original rough cloth vertically streaked in cream, brown and green, silver-grey string ties, metal and felt Kriegsmarine cap cockade pinned through front cover. Approximately 223 photographs (mainly measuring 86 x 58 mm, virtually all of them corner mounted), largely the work of the compiler but including a number of photographic "cigarette cards" (with captions and numbers printed on the verso) issued for propaganda purposes. A few photographs loose otherwise in excellent condition. A fascinating survival from the pre-war Kriegsmarine: a photograph album kept by a naval cadet serving on the three-masted school ship the SSS Albert Leo Schlageter, one of five such ships built by Blohm & Voss at Hamburg. She was launched on 30 October 1937 - the cadet's portrait is dated 31.10.37, the day after - and her first commander was Fregattenkapitän (later Admiral) Bernhard Rogge, who commanded a merchant raider during the Second World War. The ship took its name from the Freikorps officer Albert Leo Schlageter who was executed by the French in 1923 for conducting sabotage operations in the French-occupied Ruhr; he subsequently became a hero to the Nazis. The Schlageter's sister ship was the Horst Wessel. The cadet is unidentified but a photograph of him in "civvies" (dated by hand as 1936 and naming him as "Otto") on the opening page of the album has a Gottingen photographer's stamp on the verso and the other studio portrait in cadet uniform has the stamp of Genz, Stralsund. The album opens with 8 pages devoted to scenes at the Dänholm naval academy. It is more than likely that "Otto" was training to become a U-Boat officer: "The standard training programme for a typical officer began with basic training which lasted around five months. On arrival at the officer training camp at Dänholm, a two-day physical fitness selection test was held. This was extremely strenuous and around 25 per cent of the intake usually failed... This was followed by sail training lasting four months on a three-masted sailing bark. It was extremely arduous, and fatalities were not unknown" (Gordon Williamson, Wolf Pack: The Story of the U-Boat in World War II, 2005, p. 153). Following this are 24 pages of the Schlageter under sail and including scenes when they make land at Tenerife; life on board ship; games and exercises; atmospheric shots of the sister ship in the moonlight; returning to Dänholm (two small views of Kiel, including the Laboe Naval Memorial); 11 pages under sail again (plus photographs on the rear pastedown) and a visit to Trinidad (4 pages). A remarkable record of life on board the maiden voyage of a renowned German training ship, illustrating the day-to-day life of a naval cadet on her shakedown cruise, when the ship's performance is tested for the first time in open waters. The Albert Leo Schlageter is still in service today, under the name NRP Sagres, with the Portugese navy.

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      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1937 - Octavo. 262pp., bound in black cloth lettered in gilt, spine lettering gilt over green; a fine sharp copy in a lovely unclipped dust jacket. A spectacular copy of one of Hemingway's most emotional and dramatic works and his first long work of fiction since "A Farewell to Arms." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Nonesuch Dickens.


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        Shuzenji Hotspring with Cherry Blossom in Spring

      Shiro Kasmatsu (1898-1992) Shuzenji Hotspring with Cherry Blossom in Spring Original woodblock print, Japan, 1937. 375 x 255mm. £1500

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      8vo, newly rebound in half green morocco, spine gilt in compartments, lettered directly in 2 and at foot with imprint, others with central gilt tooling, top edges gilt; a nice copy. First trade edition published in the UK.

      [Bookseller: Henry Southern Ltd.]
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        You can be sure of Shell, Folly Houses, Darley Abbey.

      SUDDABY, Rowland. You can be sure of Shell, Folly Houses, Darley Abbey. Original lithograph in colours, linen-backed, printed by Waterlow & Sons Ltd., London, 1937. 760 x 1120 mm. £750

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      8vo. Original dark blue cloth, blocked in gilt; pictorial dust-wrappers, map endpapers; pp. xviii, 624, with frontispiece, 13 plates (including one not listed, perforated to be torn out if found offensive, and a facsimile of a T. E. Lawerence letter), two text illustrations, fold-out map and one map in the text; initial blank inscribed by the author to Bertram Thomas, dated October, 7, 1937. First edition, signed presentation copy. Sir Ronald Henry Amherst Storrs (1881-1955) presents his views on the Middle East gained from his long experience summed up in this book, as a high-ranking British colonial administrator of the region, and Orientalist (he had studied together with Sykes at Cambridge). ' Storrs was intimately involved from the time of the initial approaches to the British government by Abdullah, son of Hussein, the sherif of Mecca, about the likely British attitude to the Arabs exercising their rights in their own country. Abdullah suggested a relationship between Britain and Arabia in which the Arabs would have internal self-rule and Britain would administer foreign relations, an idea Storrs liked and which was compared to the relationship between Afghanistan and Britain ... Storrs was part of the Arab bureau formed in Cairo in December 1915, to which T. E. Lawrence was attached in January 1916, and a shared interest in classics led to a lasting friendship between the two men (Storrs was the principal pallbearer at Lawrence's funeral in 1935). On 10 June 1916 Hussein raised the Arab revolt, but the momentum seemed uncertain and in October 1916 Storrs secured permission to take Lawrence as a companion on a mission to Jiddah to reorganize it. In Seven Pillars of Wisdom Lawrence wrote of Storrs as being the most brilliant Englishman in the Middle East and described his love of music, literature, sculpture, and painting, but also suggested his limitations: "His shadow would have covered our work and British policy in the East like a cloak, had he been able to deny himself the world, and to prepare his mind and body with the sternness of an athlete for a great fight" (Lawrence, 57). Lawrence recorded that on board ship, en route for Jiddah, Storrs discoursed with Aziz al-Masri, an Arab leader, on Wagner and Debussy while sitting in a red leather armchair and that the great man's sweat turned the seat of his trousers a vivid scarlet.' (Oxford DNB). In the 1920s he was in charge of Jerusalem and Judea, defending Zionism, before becoming governor of Cyprus. The book covers a plethora of regions visited during Storr's long career from 1905 to 1932. Provenance: From the library of the explorer and Arabist, and political officer at Shatra during the Iraqi uprising in 1920, Bertram Sidney Thomas (1892-1950). He was the first European to cross the Empty Quarter, and highly admired by T. E. Lawrence.

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        Henry John Cody collection of 2 handwritten notebooks and 10 various ephemera most from his time at St. Paul';s Anglican Church, Bloor Street, in Toronto. 1889-1937

      1937. . Two handwritten notebook and diaries#1) Handwritten notebook and diary, [33] pp., 28 August-4 September 1909, in pencil. Black flexible cloth, 16.5 × 10 cm. Much of the notebook concerns meetings of the Commission of Missionary Society of European Immigration at Winnipeg.  Cody lists the names of the Committee members and how they did or did not agree with the committee findings. A Greek Orthodox priest, for example, objects to Greek children in his district attending school. He records his observations, the Committee resolutions, and how various churches manage the foreign situation. At the first meeting a letter is read from Rev. J.[S.] Woodsworth, who would become the first leader of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation. On 3 September 1909, Cody is back at St. Paul's, then he departs for Minneapolis, and on 3-4 September he is in Chicago where he visits Hull House and meets Jane Addams. He discusses the issue of settlement of foreigners and notes that women are mostly being educated without a focus on religion. #2) Black leather notebook 22 × 14.5 cm., circa 100 pp., slight chipping at the bottom of the upper board. With prayers written in the front by Rev. Canon Cody, D.D., L.L.D., followed by descriptions and synopses of his sermons written in another hand between 3 September 1922 and 27 March 1927 (some clippings from newspapers reports of the sermons). At the back of the notebook there is a listing of flowers put in the church from 3 June to 7 October 1923 and the times of Holy Communion offered by Cody from 25 April to 25 July 1926. Ten Various ephemera and pamphlets: #3) Confirmation certificate signed by Cody, Easter morning 1932; #4) Cards related to the Calvary Presbyterian Church, Peoria, Ill., 1892; #5) St. Paul's annual report for 1932 with typed expenditures for 1933; #6) Sunday service bulletin, St. Paul's, 12 February 1933; #7) St. Paul's 1935 Christmas bulletin; programme of Grace Methodist Church rally day, 1905, Rev. J.S. Woodsworth listed on the last page as Assistant Pastor; #8) B.F. Jacobs, The Lord Our Shepherd: A Bible Reading (Chicago: F.H. Revell Co., [19?]); #9) E.P. Marvin, Ecclesiatical Amusements (New York: F.H. Revell Co., [1898]; #10) J.V. Smith, The Church and the Boys (Toronto: William Briggs, [1889]); #11) 2 Annual financial statements of Sherbourne Street Methodist Church, Toronto, 27th anniversary, ending 30 September 1899, and 31s anniversary, ending 30 September 1903 for 22 November 1903; #12) Hymns for the Coronation of His Majesty King George VI (London: Skeffington & Son, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, [1937]).Henry John Cody was a Canadian clergyman, politician and President of the University of Toronto from 1932 to 1945 and Chancellor from 1944 to 1947. Born in Embro, Ontario, he attended Galt Collegiate Institute and the University of Toronto. He was ordained a Church of England priest in 1894. The Rev. Canon Henry John Cody came to St. Paul's Church as a student, later becoming curate in charge before being appointed Rector in 1907 serving to 1932. He was an Ontario MPP for Toronto Northeast - Seat A from 1918 to 1920 and was Minister of Education from 1918 to 1919. He was made a Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George in 1943. At the University of Toronto Schools, the Cody house in the intramural house system is named in his honour.This collection is on consignment with LDRB.

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        The Tale of the Land of Green Ginger

      London: Arthur Barker Ltd,, 1937. Quarto. Original green cloth, title to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Colour illustrations throughout by the author. Spine rolled, rubbing to cloth at lower edges and corners, light occasional spotting. A very good copy in a slightly soiled jacket with light chipping to spine ends, light spotting to rear panel, and reinforcement paper to edges at verso. First edition, first printing. Langley's children's fairy tale about the son of Aladdin. A scarce title.

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        The Trial.

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf,, 1937. Octavo. Original pale reddish-brown cloth, spine lettered in grey and black, wraparound illustration on spine and front cover in grey and black, top edge grey. With the dust jacket. Title page vignette and chapter headings by George Salter. Jacket evenly toned, peripheral nicks, chips and creasing (a few tears with slight loss), spine rolled. A very good copy. First US edition in English, first printing, originally published in German in 1925 as Der Process; uncommon in the dust jacket, designed by the German-born American artist George Salter, whose book jacket highpoints include Alfred Döblin's Berlin Alexanderplatz (1929) and Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged (1957). The translation is by Edwin and Willa Muir and was first published by Gollancz in 1937.

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        Left to Their Own Devices

      Paul A. Bennett for The Typophiles, NY 1937 - 12mo. xxvi, 327pp. One of 190 copies designed by John S. Fass and printed by 22 printers. This extraordinary little book is a collection of 156 proposed Typophile devices contributed to by 113 artists, designers, and printers of the day. Various ink colors are used, and Valenti Angelo's contribution is hand-illuminated in three colors and gold. Includes "A Salute to Typophiles Desipient" by Christopher Morley, an Introduction by Harry Miller Lydenberg, and "A Note on the Building of This Book" by Paul A. Bennett. Bound in blue cloth with gilt spine decorations designed by W. A. Dwiggins, original dust wrapper illustrated on the inside in color by George Salter, and original cloth slipcase with the title stenciled on the back and side. Spine of dust wrapper darkened and sides slightly discolored, small split starting at wrapper joint, else fine. (Rathé E). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Of Mice and Men - A Play in Three Acts - SALESMAN'S DUMMY

      Covici Friede, New York 1937 - RARE SALESMAN'S DUMMY with only 16 pages of printed text, which has numerous variants compared to the final version. A previous owner has highlighted many of the variants lightly in pencil. Book near fine with white lettering on plain brown cloth. Jacket has a few abrasions. It differs from the final version, being a half inch taller, and the rear panel and rear flap of the jacket are blank. Also, the cursive "h." of the jacket designer is fully present on the jacket, whereas it appears half-clipped on the regular edition. Certainly one of the rarest Steinbeck items, and most interesting. It gives a glimpse of Steinbeck's final editing decisions, which were evidently ongoing only weeks before publication. This copy, like the one in Goldstone and Payne, is stamped in red "NOV 5 1937 on the front endpaper; unlike the former, the "5" is not crossed out and replaced with "NOV 23," the actual publication date. The textual pencil notations may indicate this copy is that same one that was offered in the Harry Valentine collection, which was described as having similar notations. The Valentine copy is described in 1980 Bradford Morrow catalogue. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The First Fleet. The Records of the Foundation of Australia from its conception to the settlement at Sydney Cove. Compiled from the original documents in the Public Record Office, with extracts from the log-books of H.M.S. Sirius and an Introduction and Notes by Owen Rutter.

      London:: Golden Cockerel Press,. 1937.. Limited edition. Hardcover. Very good+ overall. A handsome Golden Cockerel Press production, limited to 375 copies. 4to, 151 pp, 5 wood engravings by Peter Barker-Mill. Printed on Arnold's hand- made paper in Perpetua type, with four reproductions of documents. Full blue buckram with cream buckram panel, stamped in gold. Fore and bottom edges untrimmed. (Bibl. of the Golden Cockerel Press #123). [WITH] the prospectus loosely inserted, 2 pp, white laid paper, 1937, published "To Commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Foundation of Australia, and as a salute from England to the Commonwealth." Pertelote, Cock-A-Hoop p.123. The book is exceptionally bright, with no rubbing or bumping to any corners of spine tips. With the original glassine wrapper, which is chipped at top of spine with some small cracks at the bottom back margin, a slight ripple on the front. Ex Library Michael S. Holowaty on the front inside board. A small faint light mark lower back board. No foxing, offsets or tears.

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      New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1937, 1937. First edition. First U. S. edition. Upper board edges and base of spine gently sunned, else a near fine, bright copy in a bright, unfaded dust jacket with some minor wear to the spine ends and corners and a few small creases. The spine panel is notably unfaded. Eight short stories that feature Mr. Pond who when he says something paradoxical, and apparently even contradictory, he means exactly what he says. The author's final collection of detective stories, published after his death in 1936. Of the eight stories, seven of them were first published in Storyteller magazine, with The Unmentionable Man being unique to the book.

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        Of Mice and Men

      New York:: Covici Friede,, [1937]. First edition, first state. publisher's cloth in dust jacket. A near fine copy in a jacket with moderate darkening to the spine and some chips to its crown, not affecting any lettering.. 8vo,.

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        The MAN With The BLUE GUITAR & Other Poems

      New York and London: Alfred A. Knopf, 1937. 1st Edition [Edelstein A4.a]. Yellow cloth, dark blue stamped lettering/ logo to spine and rear board. In yellow dj with green lettering and border. Ex university library, with only a small, unobtrusive one-line name stamp to head of preliminary pg 6; no other library markings. Light wear to extremities; joints and spine a touch darkened; topstain faded; last two leaves unopened. Pages otherwise clean, binding sound. Dust jacket sunned to spine and lightly shelfworn to edges, penciled number (date?) to front panel; $2.00 price intact on flap. VG+/ VG.. [10], 1 - 82, [4] pp. 7-3/4" x 5-1/4" A lovely copy of the first edition, of which only 1000 were printed, in the scarce first state jacket ("conjunctioning" on front flap). Stevens notes of the title poem, "[t]his group deals with the incessant [conjunctions] between things as they are and things imagined. Although the blue guitar is a symbol of the imagination, it is used most often simply as a reference to the individuality of the poet, meaning by the poet any man of imagination" (front flap).

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        The Man with the Blue Guitar and Other Poerms

      NY: Knopf, 1937. Bound in yellow cloth, stamped in blue with matching dust jacket. The second state dust jacket is price-clipped and shows a bit of scuffing to top of spine.. There are three tape ghosts to the front free endpaper and a tiny newspaper article on Stevens taped to the second free endpaper. Other than those flaws, it is a great copy of the first edition of the poet's second book. 82 pp. . First Edition. Hard Cover. VG+/VG++ - Price-clipped.

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        PREDICTION OF GRAVITATIONAL LENSING: "Nebulae as Gravitational Lenses" (Physical Review: Volume 51 No. 4 p. 290)

      Lancaster, PA: The American Physical Society, 1937. First Edition. Wraps. Very Good. Fritz Zwicky's (1898-1974) prediction of the use of Nebulae as gravitational lenses (first paper on gravitational lensing). 217-292 pp. 4to. Green paper wraps that are clean and crisp.

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        Death On The Nile.

      London: The Crime Club by Collins, 1937., 1937. FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp.284, 4 of adverts. Publisher's orange cloth in pictorial McCartney-designed dustwrapper. Cloth is bright with only very slight rubbing to the corners and to the head and tail of the spine. Very light spotting to prelims and occasionaly to the textblock, some spotting to the edges. Neat ownership inscription to the flyleaf. Dustwrapper has benefitted from some discreet and well executed restoration to the very top and bottom of the spine. Slight marking to the spine, shows extremely well. Very good, rarely seen in such fresh condition. A famous Hercule Poirot mystery. R.H. McCartney also designed the jacket for Appointment with Death. Basis for the 1978 Oscar-Winning movie starring Peter Ustinov, Bette Davis, Mia Farrow, David Niven, Angela Lansbury and Maggie Smith. Cooper & Pike; Detective Fiction. Book Collector; Top 200 Crime Novels (No.272). Hubin. Crime Fiction IV.

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        Les Haches de la vie avec un dessin de René Magritte.

      Éditions G. L. M., Paris 1937. - (17) pp. In publisher's bright red wrappers. In great condition, except for a small trace of moist on the front wrapper and a small insignificant stain on the back. Edition originale de la collection Repères limitée à 70 exemplaires sur Normandy vellum et quelques hors commerce dont celui-ci signés par l'éditeur Guy Lévis-Mano, illustrés en frontispice d'un dessin à pleine page reproduit de René Magritte. Exemplaire numéro 54. Original editon in the series "Repères" limited to 70 copies, printed on Normandy vellum, published by Guy Lévis-Mano and signed by him, with a frontispice by René Magritte. This copy is number 54. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Four Months of War


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        Oeuvres de 1919 andagraveandnbsp1936


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        The Log of the Bounty being Lieutenant William Blighs Log of the Proceedings of His Majestys armed Vessel Bounty in a Voyage to the South Seas


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        The First Fleet The Record of the Foundation of Australia from its Conception to Settlement at Sydney Cove


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        Hawai Fukei The Sunny Hawaii


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        Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

      New York: Harper and Brothers, , 1937. Quarto. Pictorial paper boards, black cloth backstrip, pictorial endpapers. With the dust jacket. Housed in a full blue morocco solander box. Walt Disney Studio colour and black and white illustrations throughout. Light wear to extremities, rubbing to corners, occasional spotting to pages and a few pages with light creasing, page 64 with a very tidy professionally repaired closed tear, gift inscription to copyright page, in a very bright dust jacket with just a touch of rubbing at corners and ends of spine. A very attractive copy. First edition, first printing. A lavishly inscribed copy by Walt Disney and 51 of the 64 animators who contributed to making of the film. This is almost certainly one of the copies from RKO's first International Sales Convention at the Hotel George V in Paris, inviting 24 potential European distributors (dubbed "The European Foreign Legion"). The agenda included a screening of Snow White, who was Disney's distributor. For this important two-day business meeting, Disney orchestrated the signing of a number of copies of the book version of Snow White to be given as gifts. He signed boldly at the bottom of the title page, instructing the movie's animators and other creative personnel to sign the title page and opposite, as well as on the front free endpaper. This is one of those few, wonderful signed copies, boasting, in addition to Disney's, signatures from 51 of the film's 64 principal creators. The majority of images for Snow White have been attributed to noted artist Gustaf Tenggren, whose signature appears at the top of the front free endpaper (verso).In addition to Tenggren, signees include six others of the nine lead animators, later affectionately called by Disney his "nine old men:" Les Clark, Milt Kahl, Ward Kimball, Eric Larson, Wolfgang "Woolie" Reitherman and Frank Thomas. The remaining autographs include those of character designers, art directors and supervising animators. Other notable signatories include character designers Albert Hurter and Joe Grant; art directors Charles Phillippi, Terrell Stapp, McLaren Stewart, Harold Miles, Ken Anderson, Kendall O'Connor and Hazel Sewelll and supervising animators Ham Luske and Vladimir Tytla.

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        Werkhefte für den Heimbau der Hitlerjugend. Band I. / Band II. Die Gestaltung des Innenraumes

      Leipzig, Verlag Erwin Skacel, 1937 / 1938. - Vollständige Ausgabe im original Verlagseinband (2 Bände, Ganzleinen / Leinen / OLn / Ln im Querformat 32,5 x 25 cm) mit Rücken- und Deckeltite. 142 + 373 Seiten, mit vielen, teilsweise ganzseitigen Fotoabbildungen und 3 Farbtafeln (in Band II) auf Kunstdruckpapier, Schrift: Fraktur, und Druckvermerken "Gegen die Herausgabe dieser Schrift werden seitens der NSDAP keine Bedenken erhoben. Berlin, 26.Februar 1937: Der Vorsitzende der Parteiamtlichen Prüfungskommission zum Schutze des NS-Schrifttums". Text und Gesamtbearbeitung: Unterbannführer Heinrich Hartmann. "Diese veröffentlichten Pläne sind Arbeiten von Diplom-Ing. Hanns Dustmann / Berlin, Architekt Erich zu Putlitz / Hamburg, Dipl.-Ing. F.S.Winter / Berlin, Architekt Braun / Berlin, Architekt Etzel / Stuttgart, Dipl.-Ing. Bruhn / Stuttgart, Professor Veil / Aachen, Bildhauer Czechowski / Schneidemühl, Kunstgewerbeschule Offenbach am Main" - Aus dem Inhalt: Aufruf des Führers zur Heimbeschaffung - Aufruf des Ministerpräsidenten Hermann Göring - Aufruf der Minister und Reichsleiter - Neujahrsaufruf des Jugendführers des Deutschen Reiches - Aus einer Rede des Reichsjugendführers über das Bauen - Einleitung (Die Hitler-Jugend / Das Heim) - Die Räume (Scharraum / Führerzimmer / Halle / Flure / Brausen / Klosetts / Fahrradabstellraum / Werkraum / Kammern / Dunkelkammer / Kameradschaftsraum und Mädelschaftsraum / Gefolgschaftsraum / Unterbannraum / Feierraum / Turnhallen, Sportplätze, Schießstände / Raumprogramme / Grundriss / Ausstattung / Grundriss und Baukörper / Dach / Fläche / Fenster und Türen / Zeichen und Bilder am Bau / Das Heim in der Landschaft / Innenraum und Ausbau) - Heim der Hitler-Jugend zu Fürfeld bei Heilbronn / Borntuchen / zu Höfingen / zu Schönebürg / zu Wohlmuthausen / zu Unterschwarzach - zu Wiederitsch / zu Eberswalde / in einem Grenzgebiet / zu Westsick / zu Herringen / zu Werdau / zu Melle / zu Gleiwitz / zu Plettensberg - Um ein neues Bauen / Der Verfall / Stilarchitektur / Die neue Sachlichkeit / Der Liberalismus / Besinnung / Rasse / Klarheit und Ordnung / Handwerk / Zweckmäßigkeit und Schönheit / Landschaft / Der Aufbruch / Feier und Feierraum / Malerei und Plastik / Die schöpferische Persönlichkeit / Der Bau als Gemeinschaftsleistung - Anhang (Richtlinien für den Einbau einer Rundfunkempfangsanlage / Gliederungsplan eines Bannes) - Sachverzeichnis - Verzeichnis der Abbildungen - Inhaltsverzeichnis (Band I; Band II:) Aufruf des Führers - Vorwort des Reichsjugendführers - Einleitung - Der Raum und seine Elemente (Der Begriff des Raumes / Der Raum der Jugend / Die Wand / Die Decke / Der Fußboden / Türen / Fenster / Die Farbe / Der Zusammenklang der Elemente) - Der Hausrat (Die Stoffe der Möbelgestaltung und ihre Verarbeitung / Das Holz / Die Verarbeitung des Holzes / Metalle / Die Stoffe des Vierjahresplanes / Die Gestaltung des Hausrats / Der Zweck des Möbels / Die gebaute Form / Der Maßstab / Holzstärken und Profile / Schmückende Elemente / Oberflächenbehandlung / Stuhl, Bank, Truhe, Schrank, Tisch, Treppe, Ofen / Das Bild im Raum / Der Lichtträger / Die kleinen Dinge) - Die Räume des HJ.-Heimes (Scharraum, Führerzimmer, Werkraum, Gefolgschaftsraum, Feierraum, Halle, apellraum, Kleiderablage-und Trockenraum, Brauseraum mit Umkleideraum, Klosetts, Fahrradabstellraum, Luftschutzraum, Kameradschaftsraum, Kammer und Dunkelkammer, BDM.-Lehrküche, Außenräume, Räume der Flieger-HJ, Räume der Marine-HJ, Räume der Motor-HJ, Räume der Spielscharen / Das Bannzentralheim / Das Lehrlingsheim / Das Landdienstheim) - Vom Heimraum der Jugend zum Wohnraum des Volkes - Weg und Ziel (Führung und Erziehung / Die Erziehungsarbeit der Bewegung / Die Persönlichkeit / Das Kunstwerk / Die Bauten / Die Bauten der Jugend / Die Arbeitsgemeinschaft "Junges Schaffen" / Der Feierraumbau) - Anhang (Bestimmungen des Vierjahresplanes bei der Ausgestaltung der Innenräume / Erlass des Reichs- und Preußischen Wirtschaftsministers über die Verwendung von Kachelöfen und Kachelherden bei m [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Sydney: Angus & Robertson. Hardcover. 12 Volumes, various editions all dated 1937 except for Vol iv (1936) & Vol vi (1942) & Vol. Viii (1936) . Volume 1 has minor silverfish damage to the front free endpaper, all volumes have a small previous owners name stamp on pastedown and free front endpapers except for 2 volumes where they appear on the rear endpapers, original maroon cloth boards with very minor flecking to 3 volumes. Overall a very good clean set. Heavy books will require extra postage cost. Please email for more information and images .

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        Of Mice and Men

      Covici-Friede, 1937 A fine first edition, first issue ("pendula" on page 9) in a fine first issue dust jacket ($2.00 on front flap). Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine.

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        Shokei Palace.

      Tokyo.. [ 1937].. Japanese woodblock print, sheet size 10 3/4 x 15 3/4 inches (27 x 40cm). Sheet is considerably toned, but otherwise in very good condition. Changgyeong Palace in Seoul Korea. An unusual image by Hiroshi YoshiDa (1876-1950) from the Korea and Manchuria series, effectively contrasting the dark interior with the brilliant outside and the heavy columns of the palace with the delicate pattern of the screen walls. Signed in pencil at lower right; the jizuri seal at upper left margin. .

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        192 issues of The Journal of Heredity 1937-1948 (11 year run missing 1 issue plus the following), 1958, 1959, 1965, 1968-1974. 1976-1981. Most of the early volumes are complete

      American Genetic Association, Washington, D. C. - 1937 complete; 1938 complete; 1939 missing issues 4, 6, and 12; 1940 through 1948 complete; 1958 issue 4; 1959 issues 1, 5 and 6; 1965 issue 6; 1968 issues 3, 4, 5, and 6; 1969 (complete); 1970 issues 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6; 1971 (complete); 1972 issues 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; 1973 issues 3, 4, 5, and 6; 1974 issues 4, 5, and 6; 1976 issues 2, 4, and 6; 1977 (complete); 1978 issues 3, 4, and 5; 1979 issues 1 and 2; 1980 issues 3, 4, 5 and 6; 1981issues 1, 3,4, 5 and 6. Very good or better. No dups. Some are little soiled, others have prior owners name/stamp. Heredity. Evolution. Genetics. Quality, Value, Experience. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Hobbit Signed by JRR Tolkien

      UK: George Allen & Unwin, 1937. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. The Hobbit Signed by JRR Tolkien First Edition First Impression George Allen & Unwin 1937. Only 1,500 copies were printed. No inscriptions, no foxing or browning, no loose or damaged pages. Clean and unmarked throughout. In original green cloth covers showings signs of wear. SIGNED by JRR TOLKIEN by way of loosely inserted autograph, written on a bookplate-sized piece of gummed paper inscribed: 'for Mrs Gould'. It was given to Mrs Gould by Tolkien himself after she had helped him with some pension affairs in 1971. She met Tolkien on several occasions and, as thanks for her help, he offered to give her some signed books. Because her work contract prevented her from accepting gratuities, she was unable to accept. Instead, as a consolation, he sent a gum-backed signed slip of paper to her home which she could then attach to one of her own books. The slip of paper has since remained in the envelope it was sent in, alongside a typed letter from Tolkien's secretary - JM Tolhurst - who was the wife of Tolkien's friend Dr Tolhurst. Dr Tolhurst was dining with Tolkien on the evening that the author was taken ill and subsequently died. Further images on request.

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      Hutchinson. Hardcover. Extremely scarce First Edition. Acceptable wear to boards with bowing to front board. There is a lean to spine with light toning and small tears to the spine ends. Split to rear spine edge and rear hinge is cracked. Content clean with light toning to pages. No DJ. . Fair. 1937.

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        Paris 1937. Illustrated with 62 original etchings, and related texts depicting and describing Paris neighborhoods and life.

      Paris 1937. Paul Valery and others. Ville de Paris, 1937. Special edition dedicated by the City of Paris, an homage to Paris designed and printed by J.G Daragnes. Illustrated with 62 original etchings, and related texts depicting and describing Paris neighborhoods and life. 31 of 62 etchings are in full page, artists includes: Matisse, Vlaminck, Derain, Van Dongen, Bonnard, Daragnes, Dufy, Marquet, and others, Authors includes: Valery, Sauret, Morand, Cain, Colette, Cassou, and others. Rebounded in artistic binding in red leather with matching slipcase, original soft cover preserved inside. Total edition of 500 numbered copies, of which this is one of the first 200 copies reserved for the collaborators. Conditions:Very Good. Leather binding in very good condition, some minor wear near the spine, slipcase with scratches and wear. In very good conditions, some offsetting is present on text pages. Ref: Duthuit books 7. MORE PICTURES ON REQUEST

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        Under Capricorn (First UK Edition)

      William Heinemann, London 1937 - First Edition. Very Good plus in a Very Good dust jacket. Book is bright and clean with a slight spine lean and a couple of light scuffs to the upper corner of the front board. Page edges foxed. Jacket a bit worn with a couple of small chips at the crown and extremities, a bit rubbed and soiled overall. One of two books that Ms. Simpson wrote that were made into films directed by Alfred Hitchcock (the other being "Enter Sir John"). Later, her association with Hitchcock extended into the writing of dialogue for his films, including Sabotage and Murder. Extremely uncommon in dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Beethoven - (Vorwort von) Ellen Thut, Buch und Schriftbild von A(lexander) W(alter) Diggelmann entworfen und in Holz geschnitten.

      Gebr. Fretz, (Zürich) 1937 - Buch u. Orig.-Holzschnittdruckstock. (Zürich), Gebr. Fretz, (1937). Folio. (36) S. Mit 1 Holzschnittportr., 1 Textholzschn. Orig.-Pergamentband (Blockbindung). Nr. 5 der einmaligen limitierten Ausgabe von total 200 Exemplaren von Josef Pembaur, Alexander Walter Diggelmann und Ellen Thut signiert. Text in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Dabei die Holzschnittdruckplatte des Protraits (24 x 32 x 2,5 cm). Josef Pembaur (1875-1950) Münchner Klaviervirtuose, unterrichtete neben seiner Konzerttätigkeit bekannte Pianisten und spezialisierte sich u.a. für Liszt-Interpretationen. Orig.-Pergamentband (Blockbindung). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The first Air Mail trans-Pacific flights: 'Air Mail Across the Pacific, San Francisco to Hong Kong'. A Pair of posters.

      San Francisco:: Printed by the San Francisco Post Office,. 1937.. Very good condition. Two US post office posters featuring large printed photographs of the Martin M130 flying boat known as the "China Clipper" in mid flight; explaining the first trans-Pacific airmail service, one in English, the second in English and Chinese. The "China Clipper" made its most famous flight on November 22, 1935 when it flew from San Francisco carrying 58 mail bags weighing 1,837 pounds on the first scheduled air mail service to Manila, Philippines. After a five leg trip the China Clipper landed in Manila on November 29. This was one of the most advanced aircraft of its time and the first to cross the Pacific from San Francisco. The "China Clipper" was named by the founder of Pan American World Airways in October 1935. The first Pacific Clippers flew for almost a year delivering mail before taking passengers; Pan Am derived half its annual revenue from carrying mail. The first poster with text entirely in English; the second with text in English and Chinese. Printed flight schedules and postage rates are listed from San Francisco to Hong Kong, Macao, Manila, Guam and Honolulu. Five flights originate from San Francisco, showing flight times ranging from 1 day to 7 days, and postage rates ranging from 20c per half ounce, up to 70c per half ounce for Hong Kong and Macao. Text printed and image printed in black. Printed at the bottom, San Francisco PO 10-12-37 - 200 (copies). 13 1/4 x 16 1/2". The accompanying poster with title in English, and below the image of the "China Clipper" in mid flight, text in Chinese. Text and image printed in black. Printed at the bottom, San Francisco PO 9-30-37 - (500 copies). 13 x 19".

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        The Dusky Hour.

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1937 - Octavo. Original black cloth, spine lettered in red. With the dust jacket. A superb copy in the jacket that has a sunned spine. First edition, first impression. A detective novel, from the Sergeant Bobby Owen series, published in the US in 1941 under the title Death in the Chalk Pits. The publisher's retained copy with their stamp to the title page. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Deutsche Wappenrolle bürgerlicher Geschlechter: Band 1 - 53 und Registerband. Herausgegeben vom Herold. Verein für Wappen=, Siegel= und Geschlechterkunde zu Berlin.

      1937 - 1991. 1937 - je ca. 100 S. mit zahlreichen Wappenabb. Vorbesitzer war Raucher, die Bücher haben einen dezenten Tabakduft. Ansonsten gute Exemplare. Bei Bestellungen gegen offene Rechnung bitte Telefonnummer angeben. Danke! Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 25000 Gr.-8°, gebundene Ausgabe/3 Bände als Kopien in Ordner. Beiliegt: Allgemeine Deutsche Wappenrolle. Geführt und herausgegeben vom Wappen-Herold. Deutsche Heraldische Gesellschaft e. V. Band V. Stuttgart, Wappen-Herold 1983, 1983. Gebundene Ausgabe; gr.-8°, 566 SS., zahlr. Farbabb., Orig.-Leinen, Schnitt fleckig, Bindung beginnt sich zu lockern, sonst gut. Band 1 - 53 und Generalregister [1973]: Bd. 1 als Kopie, Bd, 2, 3 und 5 in einem Halbleder-Band gebunden. Band 4 als Kopie, Bd. 6 u. 7 OLn. Bd. 8 Kopie, Bd. 9 - 53 OLn.

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      ARDIZZONE, EDWARD. ARDIZZONE,EDWARD. LUCY BROWN AND MR. GRIMES. London, NY. Toronto: Oxford University Press, no date, [1937]. Folio, cloth backed pictorial boards, tips rubbed, occasional spot, mend in one leaf, really VG+ in chipped and somewhat worn dust wrapper. First U.S. edition of Ardizzone's 2nd book (printed in Great Britain) - a companion in size and format to his Little Tim. Done with calligraphic text and bright color illustrations throughout that are printed on one side of page only. This is the story of a lonely little girl and an ugly man- Mr. Grimes- who become friends.

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        The Hobbit

      UK: George Allen & Unwin, 1937. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Good+. The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien First Edition First Impression George Allen & Unwin 1937. Only 1,500 copies were printed. No inscriptions, no foxing or browning, no loose or damaged pages. Clean and unmarked throughout. In original green cloth covers showings signs of wear. Further images on request.

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        The Book of Newfoundland Volume One to Six

      S. John's: Newfoundland Book Publishers, Ltd., 1937. The Book of Newfoundland - Volume One - Copyright 1937. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This book is intended primarily to interest and inform those Newfoundlanders who reside in Newfoundland; and tose other Newfoundlanders, possibly greater in number, who reside in all corners of the earth; and that uncounted number of non-Newfoundlanders who are, for a variety of reasons, already interested in, but perhaps not well informed about, Newfoundland. This publication will carry to the rest of the British Empire and to the world at large a fuller and more authoritative account of the people, institutions and conditions of Newfoundland than has hitherto been available. Near Fine. Edges of binding slightly rubbed. The Book of Newfoundland - Volume Two - Copyright 1937 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "It gives me great pleasure to express my approval and endorsement of this "History of St. John's," which contains so much valuable information regarding our city, and to tender my hearty congratulations to the compiler: a young man of great ability, and prominently identified with the Boy Scout Movement in St. John's. I believe this History will prove of interest to our citizens at home and abroad, and to the people of Newfoundland generally." Andrew Carnell, Mayor. Fine condition. The Book of Newfoundland - Volume Three - Copyright 1967. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Confederation in this volume. Confederation with Canada is surely the greatest single event that has happened to us since our Island was discovered. The biggest thing to happen to us since the coming of Confederation is the emergence of Labrador, and its recognition as the greatest storehouse of undeveloped natural wealth left on the North American Continent. Fine condition. The Book of Newfoundland - Volume Four - Copyright 1967. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Labrador in this volume. Fine condition. The Book of Newfoundland - Volume Five - Copyright 1967 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fine condition. The Book of Newfoundland - Volume Six - Copyright 1967 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fine condition "I have felt great satisfaction producing these volumes which may be unique among the Provinces of Canada. I know of no other case of a Province producing a six-volume work about itself. There have been several sets of books about Canada as a whole, but the Book of Newfoundland concerns itself, in Volumes one and two, solely with the country of Newfoundland and in Volumes three, four, five and six, the Province. They have been published over a period of thirty-eight years, 1937 to 1975." by Joseph R. Smallwood. (Ref. #ACC-C190).. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine. 9" x 12" Tall. Canadian Geography.

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        The Unknown War: The Eastern Front


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