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        Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

      New York: Harper and Brothers, 1937 - Quarto. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in red morocco, titles to spine gilt, two raised bands, pictorial onlay of Snow White with the dwarfs to the front board, single rule to boards gilt, blue endpapers, twin rule to turn-ins, gilt edges. A fine copy. Walt Disney Studio colour and black and white illustrations throughout. First edition, first printing. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Original Drawing of Snow White

      Los Angeles: Disney Studios, Hyperion, 1937. Fine. Production Drawing (animation art) for the 1937 film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Black graphite, blue and red ink, from a scene while she is in the cottage. The image is 7" tall, on a 12" X 10" sheet of 12 field, 5 peghole, animation paper, production number 77 changed to 81. A note read: "Follow rough for head spacing. Inb. body." "VB" by her hand, 52 in upper corner. Fine condition, authentic, and this will frame nicely. The drawing is either by, or overseen by, Grim Natwick, a Vienna trained artist hired by Disney in 1935, specifically to draw young women.

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        Verve: An Artistic and Literary Quarterly Vol 1, No 1 (December 1937)

      Paris, 1937. First Edition. Original Wraps. Good. 112 p. 24 colour and 100 b&w illustrations. Pictorial softcover is separating from spine inside front. Slight wear and damp-stains. Contents page has small hole and pencilled date correction. Publisher Efstratios Teriade (born in Greece as Efstratios Eleftheriades) created this seminal publication, "Verve," once called "the most beautiful magazine in the world" by one of its backers. This magazine with its cover by impressionist painter Henri Matisse burst onto the streets of Paris in December 1937. It includes writing by Andre Gide, John Dos Passos and Andre Malraux. 38 issues proceeded through Europe's war-torn years and ended abruptly in 1960, after a promenade of covers and interior art by Chagall, Bonard, Picasso, Braque and other distinctive artists of the Paris School. Photographs by Man Ray, Dora Maar, Matthew Brady, Brassai, Cartier-Bresson and Blumenfeld graced many pages and accompanied articles and prose by literary luminaries like Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, etc.

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        Verve: An Artistic and Literary Quarterly. Vol. 1, No. 1 (December 1937)

      Paris 1937 - 112 p. 24 colour and 100 b&w illustrations. Pictorial softcover is separating from spine inside front. Slight wear and damp-stains. Contents page has small hole and pencilled date correction. Publisher Efstratios Teriade (born in Greece as Efstratios Eleftheriades) created this seminal publication, "Verve," once called "the most beautiful magazine in the world" by one of its backers. This magazine with its cover by impressionist painter Henri Matisse burst onto the streets of Paris in December 1937. It includes writing by Andre Gide, John Dos Passos and Andre Malraux. 38 issues proceeded through Europe's war-torn years and ended abruptly in 1960, after a promenade of covers and interior art by Chagall, Bonard, Picasso, Braque and other distinctive artists of the Paris School. Photographs by Man Ray, Dora Maar, Matthew Brady, Brassai, Cartier-Bresson and Blumenfeld graced many pages and accompanied articles and prose by literary luminaries like Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, etc. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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      GIOVANNI CHIANTORE, 1937. ITALIANO 0,79 Annualità completa composta da 4 fascicoli trimestrali rilegati assieme, con coperta rigida in mezza tela rossa, con piatti marmorizzati leggermente ingialliti ai bordi, dorso con titoli d'oro, leggermente oscurato e con lievissimi segni di usura, pagine brunite attorno ai testi da fattore tempo e qualità della carta USATO

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        The Years

      Hogarth Press, London 1937 - First edition. [4], 469, [1] pp. 8vo. Kirkpatrick A22a; Woolmer 423 Publisher's pale jade-green cloth lettered in gold on spine, dust-jacket by Woolf's sister, Vanessa Bell. Spine a touch toned, minor toning to endpapers from flaps, in a very good jacket with spine toned, light spotting, chipping, and a few tears. Housed in a custom morocco-backed box [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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      Covici Friede, New York 1937 - 10mo., 186pp.; VG/VG-; spine tan with black lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut '$2.00'; The first Issue of the first printing has the word "and only moved because the heavy hands were pendula" on the bottom of page 9, as well as a bullet between the two 8's on the page number of page 88.; mild wear to head and tail of spine; closed tear on rear cover, staring at rear upper corner and going for two inches; mild soiling to dust jacket; spine has some sun-fading; shelved case 2. Dupont. First Edition, First Printing, First State. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lament for the Death of a Bullfighter and other poems

      London: William Heinemann,, 1937. in the original Spanish with English translation by A. L. Lloyd. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles gilt to spine and front. With the dust jacket. Photographic portrait frontispiece. Discreet ownership inscription to front free endpaper. Spotting to edges and endpapers and very faintly a few leaves in, but a bright copy in excellent condition, with the dust jacket with only tiny nicks to the corners. First edition, first impression, with an exceptional example of the scarce dust jacket. Lament for the Death of a Bullfighter was Lorca's first publication in the UK, a poetic lament for his friend the bullfighter Ignacio Sanches Mejias, and printed in the UK shortly after Lorca's assassination at the hands of the Francoists.

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      EDIZIONI ROMA, LIVORNO 1937 - LA GUERRA E LA MILIZIA ITALIANO Traduzione di Temistocle Mariotti, con note e commenti di Leone Andrea Maggiorotti, brossura editoriale con alette, parzialmente oscurata, con fioritura, macchie, impronte, strappi e tracce di colla, baffo di biro rossa, pagine brunite dal tempo, con sporadica fioritura, strappo alla pag.VII e baffo con biro rossa alla XV dell'introduzione

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        Bajo Tu Clara Sombra Y Otros Poemas Sobre España

      Ediciones Españolas. Nueva Colección "Héroe", Valencia 1937 - 47p. 17x11cm. Sobrecubierta en papel cebolla, con etiqueta adherida al lomo. Cubiertas en rústica, en muy buen estado. Texto limpio y en muy buen estado. Nota preliminar e impresión por Manuel Altolaguirre. Publicado en Valencia por Octavio Paz, quien había llegado a España invitado al Congreso de Escritores Antifascistas. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        El Pueblo: Diario del Partido Sindicalista - Group of 6 Issues

      Valencia: S.i., 1937. Paperback. Nicely-preserved selection of issues of this Republican daily newspaper, the official organ of the Partido Sindicalista, one of the smaller Spanish left-wing workers' parties that would eventually become affiliated with the United Front. The paper was founded in 1896 by the popular Spanish novelist and journalist Vicente Blasco Ibañez. During the Second Republic, under the management of Ibañez's nephew Sigfrido, the paper became more politically aligned, eventually becoming the organ of the Syndicalists in 1932; it ceased publication with the end of the Republic in 1939. Rare; OCLC finds 2 locations holding any issues (Biblioteca Universitat de Barcelona, Universidad de Valencia), none in the U.S. Six tabloid issues (58cm); newsprint wrappers; 4pp per issue; occasional illus; text entirely in Spanish. Publication sequence as follows: Año XLIV, Nos.15.394, 15.409, 15.411, 15.413, 15.424, 15.435 (October 8,27,29,31; November 13,26 1937). All six issues horizontally folded at center, occasional creasing to extremities, with a few scattered passages underlined in red and blue colored pencil; one with mild toning along folds, else paper is still supple and quite fresh; Very Good+ overall.

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      D. Appleton-Century Company, Incorporated, New York, London 1937 - Octavo, pp. [i-vi] vii-xii [xiii-xiv] [1-2] 3-406, original blue cloth, front and spine panels stamped in gold. Collects eleven stories, including "Afterward," Wharton's most chilling ghost story. "One of America's finest writers of ghost stories." - Sullivan (ed), The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural, p. 460. "A landmark volume in supernatural fiction." - Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1688. Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, p. 181. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 3-208. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature II, pp. 612-15. Tymn (ed), Horror Literature 3-251. Bleiler (1978), p. 207. Reginald 15185. Endpapers tanned along gutter margins, fine copy in nearly fine dust jacket with two tiny closed tears to upper front pane (8 mm and 4 mm), a touch of rubbing to corner tips and spine ends, a closed tear to the upper rear panel at flap fold and just a bit of fade to green ink on spine panel. An attractive copy. Scarce in this condition. (21732) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB]
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        FRANCISCO DE GOYA ‘Por qué’ Grabado original nº 32 de los Desastres de la guerra. Calcografía Nacional.

      - Edición realizada por Rupérez en la Calcografía Nacional por el Ministerio Público en 1937, durante la Guerra Civil Española. Medidas huella 21,4x15,1 cms. Medidas hoja 38x28,5 cms. Cinco series numeradas del 1 al 5 fueron dedicadas a Stalin, a Mrs. Eleanor Rooselvet, y a Azaña, Presidente de la Republica, dejando dos series sin adjudicar. Fueron emitidas quince series numeradas del 6 al 20 -en papel Japón Imperial-. El presente grabado lleva al dorso el número 19. Una de las primeras series tiradas en 1937 fue regalada por el embajador español en Londres al Victorian and Albert Museum, donde fue expuesta. El grabado lleva un sello en seco con una CN rodeado por un borde donde se lee: Calcografía Nacional Ministerio de Instrucción Pública. Thomas Harris manifiesta que corresponde a una edición muy bien grabada. Grabado La librería ofrece por tiempo limitado un descuento del 10%. El precio original de este ejemplar era de 750 EUR.

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        Das deutsche Lichtbild. Jahresschau 1927 - 1937. Sammlung der 10. Jahrgänge aus der verlassenschaftlichen Bibliothek nach weltbekannten, tschechischen Kunst-Photograph Jan Lauschmann (*1. April 1901 Raudnitz a. Elbe - +1. Januar 1991 Brünn)

      Berlin: Robert & Bruno Schultz 1927-1937 - OLWd., 4°, mit zahlreichen teils farbigen Fotografien auf Tafeln und Anzeigen im Text, nahezu unbeschädigte Einbände; Deckel stellenweise ganz leicht fleckig, sehr guter Zustand. Sehr selten. Book Language/s: de [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antikvariat Valentinska]
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        The Road to Wigan Pier.

      London: Victor Gollancz, 1937.. FIRST EDITION. Octavo (22 x 15 cm), pp.viii; 264. With 32 black and white photographic plates. Not including the foreword, which appeared in the first Left Book Club edition. In publisher's blue cloth with yellow titles to spine. With original light yellow dust-jacket with titles to spine and front cover. Some spotting to prelims and edges; heavy tobacco scent. Very slight reading lean. Chipping to jacket corners and head and tail of spine; spine lightly browned. Very good indeed. Orwell's famous sociological analysis of working class life in the bleak industrial heartlands of Northern England prior to the Second World War, commissioned by Victor Gollancz in January 1936. Orwell received a £500 advance (two years' income for him at the time), and researched the book by spending the harsh winter of 1936 living in Barnsley, Sheffield and Wigan; three urban areas of heavy industry producing coal, steel and textiles respectively. The book was chosen by Gollancz for its popular Left Book Club, which issued most of the copies printed (over 44,000) in 1937, making the first Gollancz trade edition of just 2,150 copies very rare, especially in a jacket.

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        In Parenthesis seinnyessit e gledyf vm penn mameu

      London: Faber & Faber. Good+ in Good+ dust jacket. 1937. Second Impression. Hardback. Publisher's original beige cloth with grey/blue lettering panel to spine, in original grey dust wrapper with block lettering in red & yellow, second impression, dated July 1937, one month after the first, jacket price of '10s. 6d. net' unclipped, dj torn with loss at head of spine & front panel, cloth marked, foxing to endpapers, small ink name to front endpaper, internally clean, frontis, additional illustration at rear and map, a G+ copy in dj of the early second impression. ; 6" x 9"; 226 pages .

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        Serve It Forth (First Edition, Second Printing, 1937, In Dust Jacket)

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1937. First Edition, Second Printing . Peach Cloth, Gilt. Near Fine Book/Fair Dust Jacket. 253 Pp. First Book On Food By M F K Fisher, The Second Printing, August 1937 (The First Printing Was In June). Book Is Bright And Clean, All Gilt Brilliant, Just A Trace Of Wear At Corners, No Fraying, No Names Or Marks. Dj Worn At Edges, Price-Clipped At Top Of Front Flap, Large Chip/Loss In Bottom Half Of Spine, Removing Bottom Of "Forth" And First Three Letters Of Publisher's Name, Some Closed Tears And 1/4" Losses At Corners But Otherwise Complete, Just A Trace Of Fading To Pink Areas At Top And Bottom Of Spine, No Damp Spotting, No Soiling.

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        They Shall Inherit the Earth

      Modern Age Books Inc., New York 1937 - A 1935 novel of a Depression era father and son. 239 pp. plus ads for Modern Age books. Red Seal Book # 16. Book has 'Red Seal Book' cover. Extremities are worn, fo initials ffep as well as former book dealer pencil notatations, age toning throughout. Book is tight and square. Dedication, " For Greg, Morley Callaghan" SIGNED by AUTHOR. Extremely rare signed copy of this Depression era novel that is considered by some to be Callaghan's finest novel. Bookseller's Inventory # 133193. Size: 7 1/2" X 5 1/2" [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The Red Pony

      New York: Covici Friede Publishers, 1937. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. Limited edition, signed by John Steinbeck on the limitation page. Copy letter W. While the limitation page states 699 copies were issued, this is one of an additional estimated 52 copies that were lettered. Tipped in on the front free end paper is an address label from McIntosh & Otis, Steinbeck's literary agency; though unmarked, this copy is from the estate of Eugene Winick, former president of the agency. Near Fine, with uneven toning to cloth. In a Poor, matching lettered slip case, which is fragile and incomplete, lacking the top and bottom panel.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books, ABAA ]
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        digesto (Nuovo) Italiano. A cura di M. D'Amelio con la collaborazione di A. Azara.

      - Torino, 1937-40, voll. 12 in 13 tomi, in-4, tela editoriale con tracce d'uso.

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        Le vie del mondo - 1937 Rivista mensile del Touring Club Italiano, Milano

      T. C. I. Touring Club Italiano - Milano. ITALIANO 1,83 Volume degli anni '30 in buono stato, contenente sei fascicoli del periodico Le vie del mondo - Rivista mensile del Touring Club Italiano, Milano dal N. 7 al N. 12 del 1937, anno V, rilegati con coperta in mezzatela con angoli, sul dorso caratteri dorati in bassorilievo, piatti in tessuto, alcune abrasioni, ammaccatura su dorso e su due punte, tagli appena ingialliti, pagine, in carta patinata, ottimamente conservate, prime pagine con margini bruniti. Con ricco corredo di illustrazioni in b. e n. ed a colori, in testo e fuori testo. USATO

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      New York: Farrar & Rinehart, (1937). First Edition. First printing Near fine in salmon colored cloth covered boards with a gilt on black title label on the spine. A small octavo measuring 8" by 5 3/8" with illustrated end sheets and with slight fading to the cloth on the spine and with a former owner's address label on the front paste down behind the jacket flap. In a very good+, price clipped dust jacket with shallow 1/8" deep chips at the upper edge of the spine area, rubbing to the folds of the front panel and a 1/2" closed tear to the rear panel. Signed by the author on the first free end page without an inscription. Additiionally, the page facing the title page has been signed by the editor of the series, Constance Lindsay Skinner. The first volume printed in the Rivers of America series which in the last few years has become the most difficult book to find in the series in collectible condition. The fact that this copy is signed by both the author and the editor makes it particularly valuable. With illustrations by Maitland de Gogorza. 292 pages containing an index and text. A very tight, clean and handsome copy with only the prior owners address label as the single mark of prior ownership.

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        Signed Document Regarding Copyright to Mahler's Seventh Symphony

      - An original signed document from the Viennese composer and socialite, wife of Gustav Mahler, regarding the expired copyright to her husband's Seventh Symphony. The short typed document declares Alma Mahler's consent for the expired copyright to the work to be renewed by the publishers, Ed. Bote & G. Bock of Berlin, and for the rights to the work to be set according to the two parties' previous agreement. She has signed boldly at the foot in purple ink. Stamped with the date at the upper left: April 26, 1937. Folds, paper clip mark in the upper left corner, else very good. 8.25 x 11.75 inches (21 x 29.7 cm). 

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        The Hobbit or There and Back Again. Illustrated by the Author.

      London George Allen and Unwin 1937 - First edition, first issue, 8vo., frontispiece, one plate, 8 illustrations, map endpapers printed in red and black, all by the author, 2pp advertisements, fine modern binding by Sangorski and Sutcliffe in full green morocco with reproduction of original wrap-around dragon design in silver, with silver-star edges, preserved in a custom-made slip-case, a splendid example. The first of Tolkien's works of fiction to be published, The Hobbit began as an amusement for the Tolkien children, and reached print rather unexpectedly, a typescript of it having been shown to the publisher by a former pupil of Tolkien's. Once published, it was an equally unexpected success and Unwin pressed Tolkien for a sequel, which grew into the Lord of the Rings trilogy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Carbon Typescript Signed ("Louis Zukofsky"), an excerpt from "A"-8

      N.p., 1937. 1 p. carbon typescript (folio 42) with some hand corrections in ink and titled ("From 'A'-8"). 8vo (11 x 8-1/2 inches). Creased from prior folding, toned. 1 p. carbon typescript (folio 42) with some hand corrections in ink and titled ("From 'A'-8"). 8vo (11 x 8-1/2 inches). An early carbon typescript excerpt of the last four stanzas of Zukofsky's "A"-8, part of his magnum opus 24-part poem "A." Inscribed to Columbia University professor René Taupin ("For René"). "'A'-8 (1935-37), longer than all seven preceding movements, is a dauntingly complex attempt to write a 'mirror' fugue, deploying no fewer than eight primary themes, including Bach's St. Matthew Passion, Bach's own biography, economic and historical theories of Marx and Henry Adams, Spinoza's philosophy, and contemporary science" (Encyclopedia of American Poetry: Twentieth Century, p. 786). "A" was not completed until 1974 and first published in its entirety in 1978. [With:] Zukofsky, Louis. Typescript Signed ("Louis") of his poem "On Valentine's Day to Friends". 1 p. typescript with inscription in pen and ink. 8vo (11 x 8-1/2 inches). N.p: [ca. 1937]. Creased from prior folding, large horizontal closed tear and small closed tears. Inscribed to Columbia University professor René Taupin, who is named in the poem ("Tags, René - that can with a red heart, / Valentine, / Brush a white-velvet heart in snow / falling deep to speak / Be mine"): "Dear René, Two sentiments. I don't believe you saw this one last Feb. We'll celebrate a week from next Monday then. All the luck from all of us. Have a good time. Louis"

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        Superb Christening photo by Parisio, inscribed and dated on the mount by the Queen and also signed by the photographer, (b. 1937, Prince of Naples, Son of King UMBERTO II) & Queen MARIE JOSÉ (b.1906, his mother)

      1937 - showing the baby wearing a splendid dress, in a magnificent Napoleonic crib, 7½" x 5½", in mount 13½" x 10", no place, 11th April

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        Charming photo by Marcus Adams signed and dated by the photographer in pencil (b. 1926, Queen of Great Britain) & her sister Princess MARGARET (Rose, 1930-2002, Countess of Snowdon)

      1937 - showing the two young princesses seated together wearing matching lacy dresses and pearl necklaces, 11½" x 9½", in mount 12¾" x 10¼", no place, no date but

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        Fellow Countryman: Collected Stories [Inscribed to Evelyn Shrifte]

      Constable and Company, Ltd, London 1937 - Substantial volume collecting Farrell's short fiction, nearly all of which first appeared in the U.S., published in Calico Shoes (1934), Guillotine Party (1935), and Can All This Grandeur Perish? (1937). For Fellow Countryman, Farrell revised nearly all of his stories, adding three stories which had never before been published in book form. A distinguished copy, inscribed to long-time Vanguard Press president Evelyn Shrifte (1901-1999), who published Farrell's Stud's Lonigan trilogy and many of his other works during her 36 year tenure. First Impression. Octavo (21.5cm); red cloth, with titles stamped in navy blue on spine and front cover; dustjacket; x,439,[1]pp. Inscribed by the author to his American publisher, Evelyn Shrifte, on the front endpaper: "To Evelyn / With love / Jim." Upper and lower rear boar corners gently tapped (though still sharp), touch of dustiness to text edges, else Near Fine. Dustjacket is unclipped (priced 8/6 net), showing light wear to extremities, corresponding bumps to rear corners, and some mild rubbing to spine and rear panel; still a bright, Very Good+ to Near Fine example. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Traité de chirurgie orthopédique. 5 Bde.

      Paris, Masson, 1937, Gr.8, 4437 pp., unzählige Abb., 5 orig. Halbleinenbände mit Rückenvergoldung und marmorierten Buchdeckeln. Erste und wohl einzige Auflage dieses monumentalen Werkes der Orthopädie, hrsg. von dem bekannten Kinderchirurgen und Orthopäden Louis Ombrédanne (1871-1956) und P. Mathieu der durch die Bemühungen von Ombrédanne den ersten Lehrstuhl der Orthopädie der Pariser Fakultät erhielt. M.Lance, G. Huc und P. Padovani waren bei der Redaktion der von über 60 verschiedenen Autoren gefertigten Beiträgen behilflich.

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        The Man with the Blue Guitar & Other Poems

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1937. First edition, second issue jacket reading "conjunctions" on the inner front flap. One of 1,000 copies. 82, [1] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Original yellow cloth, decorated endpapers; yellow printed dust jacket. Some pale staining along upper joint of cloth with associated pale stain at gutter in preliminaries (not effecting the jacket); jacket with slightest toning to spine panel, top slightly rolled, but edges clean and sharp. A bright copy. First edition, second issue jacket reading "conjunctions" on the inner front flap. One of 1,000 copies. 82, [1] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. In addition to the celebrated title poem, this collection includes an extensively revised and shortened version of "Owl's Clover," first published separately by the Alcestis Press the previous year. Edelstein A4.a

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        1937 Official Handbook Of The Lancashire County And Manchester Cricket Club

      J. Andrew and Co, Aston-under-Lyne 1937 - Some rubbing to ends of spine with 1/8" fraying of cloth at both head and tail of spine. 1/4" loss of cloth to bottom corners of boards. 1/8" loss of cloth to top corner of front board. ; 126 pages. Green cloth boards with gilt lettering. Illustrated. Page dimensions: 186mm x 125mm. This book is signed by the New Zealand Test Squad and the Lancashire Team. The signatures are, New Zealand: H. G. Vivian, W. A. Hadlee, J. L. Kerr, M P Donnelly, DAR Moloney, W. N. Carlson, G. L Weir, T. C. Lowery, J. R. Lamason, J. A. Dunning, J. Cowie, N. Gallichan, E. Tindall, H. W. Roberts. Lancashire: J. L. Hopwood; J. Iddon, F. B Watson, N. Oldfield, A. E. Nutter; W. H. L Lister, W. E. Phillipson, C. A. Rhodes, G. Duckworth, F. M. Sibbles plus one unidentified. The New Zealand cricket team toured England in the 1937 season. The team was the third from New Zealand to tour England, following those of 1927 and 1931. Three Tests were played of which England won the second match at Manchester. The games at Lord's and The Oval were drawn. On the tour as a whole, the New Zealanders played 32 first-class matches, winning nine and losing nine, with 14 ending as draws. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mes aventures de jeunesse.

      Paris: Payot,, 1937. Octavo. Original pale green printed wrappers, front cover with photographic portrait of Churchill wearing the slouch hat of the South African Light Horse. Short closed-tear at for of front cover, a few slight nicks to extremities of spine. An exemplary copy. First edition in French, 3,500 copies were printed; originally published in the UK in October 1930. Presentation copy from Churchill to his literary agent Emery Reves, inscribed on the front free endpaper: "To I. Revesz from Winston S. Churchill". A superb association copy: Emery Reves (1904-1981) had been instrumental in promoting Churchill's pre-War international profile by the world-wide syndication of many of his prophetic articles during the late 1930s. Churchill biographer Jonathan Rose gives the background to their early association: "[At this time] Churchill was trying to disseminate his dissenting views as widely as possible, with the help of an indispensable agent. Emery Reves was a Hungarian Jew who in 1930 launched the Cooperation Press Service. Based in Berlin, he distributed articles by prominent politicians to publications outside their home countries. Within two years he had about a hundred political writers in his stable… publishing them in 400 newspapers in 70 nations. 'Naturally the organization was rather profitable,' he recalled… On 1 April 1933 Nazi stormtroopers attacked Jewish businesses throughout Germany, and Reves took the night train to Paris, where he opened a new office on the Champs-Eylsees. Reves was keen to recruit Churchill, and Austen Chamberlain set up a meeting on 25 February 1937 in Churchill's London flat at Morpeth Mansions. Having just emerged from his bath, Churchill was as skeptical as he was naked, so Reves handed him a fat folder of Austen's clippings. Promptly telephoning Lord Beaverbrook's office, Churchill was dismayed to learn that 'Chamberlain's articles are much more widely distributed than mine.' In June Churchill and Reves signed a contract, and the latter became the conduit for distributing Churchill's jeremiads against Hitler to Europe, the British Empire and the United States. A senior Foreign Office official urged Reves to stop – for in fact he was enabling Churchill to run around Neville Chamberlain's media blockade, with some assistance from the latter's half-brother. 'He was really in the political doghouse,' Reves remembered. 'Through my service he got on the front pages of the newspapers in twenty-five languages, with up to a fifteen, even twenty million circulation'" (The Literary Churchill: Author, Reader, Actor, Yale 2015, pp. 257-58). Their association blossomed again after the War when Reves negotiated the sale of the US rights for The Second World War, and purchased the international rights himself, selling serialization to twenty-seven newspapers across the globe and securing book rights in eleven European countries. Churchill said of this feat, "I am sure that no one could have done it except Reves, who buzzed around the world for nearly a year making contracts." They subsequently worked closely together on the book itself, Reves having what Martin Gilbert has described as "considerable editorial input". This fine presentation dates from the year of their first meeting, 1937, the French edition appearing in December. Churchill is using the original form of Reves's name - Imre Revesz; in later inscriptions he would use the anglicised version, Emery Reves.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      Grundlsee: Stamperia del Santuccio, 1937. 6 1/2 x 9. 30, (1) pages. Japanese paper covered boards, paper spine label. Fine, unopened copy. A proof copy, printed only in black on smooth, vellumized paper, of Opus 7 from Victor Hammer's Stamperia del Santucccio. "Proof copy" is wriiten in pencil in the colophon. (The edition was 24 copies, numbered at the press, printed on Magnani paper in red and black in Hammer's Pindar Uncial. Victor Hammer Artist and Printer p. 145. There were additional copies printed (at a local school) on German rag paper.

      [Bookseller: The Veatchs Arts of the Book]
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        Eneas Africanus and Eneas Africanus Defendant

      Macon, Georgia: J.W. Burke. 12mo (7"x51/4"). [4] 8-47pp., map. [4] 4-40pp. + 1. Inscribed on paste-down endpaper by Chip Robert to U.S. Senator Hiram W. Johnson (1937). Included is a letter on stationary of The Democratic National Committee (Robert was secretary) to the senator. In it, Robert writes of "our old Southern negroes, who are very near and dear to my heart", "the distinguished author is a close friend of my family" and "Eneas Africanus" and the more recent "Gone With The Wind" take their places in the list of the truly great historical fiction stories which so well describe and bring vividly to mind life in the old south". Stapled binding (three cut outs to interior spine paper enabling staples to fit in casing) in brown suede covers, 3/8"x1/4 dark stain to upper cover, spine darkened, wear to head/tail of spine and corners. Paperclip impressions to head of free endpaper (removed, Mr. Robert's business card also included), rest of text block tight and unmarked. Very good.

      [Bookseller: Liberty Book Store]
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        The Hobbit, or There and Back Again Illustrated by the Author

      London: George Allen and Unwin, 1937.. First Edition, Second Impression; being the First Colour Edition. Issued with the four colour plates and several black and white illustrations, plus two end-paper maps highlighted in red. Octavo (20 x 15cm), pp.310; [2], advertisements. Publisher's light green cloth with titles and designs by the author in dark blue, top edge tinted green. Neat gift note to second blank, contents clean, binding lightly marked and handled, corners a touch worn, top stain faded. A very good copy indeed. One of 1877 surviving copies of the original 2300 run that was bombed during the Blitz, November 1940. Seldom has any book been so widely read and loved as this classic tale. Its hero, Bilbo Baggins, has taken his place among the ranks of the immortals: Alice, Pooh, Toad... Tolkien's Middle-Earth is a vast mine of treasures and knowledge, its roots delving deep into folklore, mythology and language, and 'The Hobbit' is an ideal introduction to this richly imagined world, which was more fully and complexly realised in 'The Lord of the Rings' and 'The Silmarillion'.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Vertigo: A Novel in Woodcuts by Lynd Ward

      New York: Random House, 1937. First edition. Hardcover. Very good/good. SIGNED. 230 images. Octavo [21 cm] Navy blue cloth with spiral illustration to boards. Publisher's black topstain. With light rubbing to the extremities, gentle bumping to the spine ends, and moderate darkening to areas of the endpapers. In the elusive jacket, with toning, and a number of small losses from the edges and closed tears that have been backed with tape (one tear has been neatly dabbed with glue). This copy is inscribed by Lynd Ward in the year of publication on the half title: For____, with love and good wishes from (?), Lynd Ward. Dec. 1937." Vertigo was the sixth of Ward's great wordless novels. Vertigo tells the story of the Great Depression through three intertwining stories of greed, love, death and despair. Ward produced six wordless novels between 1929 and 1937, and although Ward continued to be an in demand illustrator for the rest of his life, these early works find him at the absolute height of his creative and artistic powers.

      [Bookseller: Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA]
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        Think and Grow Rich

      Meriden, CT: The Ralston Society, 1937. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. Very Good, lacking the dust jacket. Several light scuffs to cloth, light rubbing at extremities, light rubbing to gilt titles on spine. Heavy staining to bottom edge of page block and several stains to top and for edge of page block, pages toned. Previous owner name to front and rear paste downs, and initials inked to bottom inner edge of the bottom board. Else a rather presentable copy of the first printing.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books, ABAA]
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        My Tahiti

      Little, Brown and Company, Boston 1937 - No signatures. Some foxing to dust-jacket and to endpapers. Small <1/2" tears to margins of dust-jacket. Small l<1/2" losses to dust-jacket at corners and ends of spine. Dust-jacket protected in archival mylar cover.; Stated first edition. 277 pages + frontispiece + plates. Light green cloth boards with lettering and illustration in dark green on spine and front board. Page dimensions: 208 x 139mm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Renaissance Books]
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