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        The Case of the Shoplifter's Shoe

      Morrow, NY 1938 - Near fine attractive copy in a VG Dust Jacket missing several shallow chips and with the usual spine color fading. The 13th Perry Mason title, quite rare in jacket [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Cove Book Shop]
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        THE CASE OF THE SUBSTITUTE FACE

      New York: William Morrow, 1938. First Edition. Hard Cover with Dust Jacket. Very Good+/Very Good. Octavo. A very good+ copy with minimal cover edge wear, owner bookplate. In a very good price clipped dust jacket with mild chips and wear. 308 pp. + 5 pp.

      [Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc.]
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        The Case of the Shoplifter's Shoe

      NY: Morrow, 1938. First Edition. hardcover. Near fine attractive copy in a VG Dust Jacket missing several shallow chips and with the usual spine color fading The 13th Perry Mason title, quite rare in jacket

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        (Book Maquette and Collection of Photographs)

      [New York: Self-published, circa 1950s]. Maquette is near fine in clear acetate covers; prints uniformly near fine. A compelling photographic archive by a little known émigré artist deserving of wider notice; currently there are no records of Ursula Wronkow found in OCLC.. Unique 44 page maquette, comb-bound quarto, of an apparently unrealized photobook together with a collection of 44 silver gelatin prints, each measuring 8 x 10 inches; 31 smaller, single weight silver gelatin prints of various sizes; 3 glossy 8 x 10 prints stamped to verso by the "New York Convention & Visitors Bureau"; and additionally a German language newspaper clipping illustrated with a photograph by Wronkow also found in the collection of loose prints, all housed in a vintage photo paper box. Of the 8 x 10 inch prints, 4 are signed in pencil to verso, another 4 have stickers with Wronkow's name and address, and many of the photographs have additional pencil notations and stamps, several referencing "Aufbau", the New York City based German-language Jewish émigré newspaper where her husband Ludwig Wronkow worked, eventually as editor-in-chief. Ursula Wronkow, along with her husband Ludwig and brother-in-law George Wronkow, fled their native Germany and emigrated to the US in 1938. Though not much is known about Wronkow's career, it appears she was a professional photographer with an abiding interest in documenting street life in New York City. The maquette paints a vibrant, kinetic portrait of New York, from Midtown to Central Park to Chinatown and Coney Island. The loose photographs continue in a similar vein, but also with a few images from Africa, India, and possibly southern Europe.

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        The Potter's House

      , 1938. 1938. First Edition . STEGNER, Wallace. The Potter

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        PHILO-ATLAS: HANDBUCH FUER DIE JUEDISCHE AUSWANDERUNG

      Philo Verlag, Berlin. 1938. Hardcover. 1st edition. Original printed linen boards. 8vo. 6, 142 pages; 18.5 cm. In German. Title translates to “Guide for Jewish Emigration. ” With 20 maps. Styled after the popular "Philo Lexikon, " this publication is a remarkable record of its time. Issued barely two weeks prior to the outbreak of Kristallnacht (9/10 November, 1938) , this appears as nothing else but a tourist guide-book. Yet its contents reveal a far more urgent need: An alphabetical survey of countries world-wide with their respective rules for obtaining entry-visas. These are no tourist formalities, for now survival depends on them. Which countries still accept migrants? How much money do they demand? For what occupations is there a need? Which diseases need one be prepared for? Where to find local organizations who can assist immigrants? Includes twenty colored maps, including one world map displaying distances from Berlin. The Jewish owned Philo Verlag, was forcibly closed a month following the publication of this guide, by which time the Nazis decided they were no longer willing to permit Jews to leave Germany – even if they could find a country willing to take them in, which after the Evian Conference of earlier that summer, was most unlikely. The Jews who remained in Germany were now quite trapped. A copy sold at auction in 2016 for over USD 1300. SUBJECT(S) : Jewish migration, Geography, Germany, WWII. Wear and a bit of bowing to boards, which has put pressure on the inside hinges. Minimal stains. Minimal pencil markings that do not affect text. Good Condition (HOLO2-134-64) .

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        Satz und druck munster heft 1938. Vorlagenheft fur setzer, Drucker, werbefachleute graphiker und reprodulktionstechniker

      Verlag der graphischen monatsschrift, Berlin 1938 - In 4, cm 24 x 31,5, pp. (238). Brossura editoriale con gora all'angolo inferiore e qualche segno d'uso. Rara rivista dedicata alla grafica tedesca. Composta in buona parte da pubblicita' originali, pieghevoli, carte da lettera, stralci da pubblicazioni assemblate e intercalate da articoli. Carte differenti. Vari articoli sono opera di Fritz Genzmer:ÂAsymmetrie oder Mittelachse?,ÂDer Gebrauchstypograph Thannhaeuser, Normdrucksachen in zeitgemaber Gestaltung ecc. Altro lungo articolo e' dedicato alla pubblicita' relativa alla XI Olimpiade di Berlino 1936 (Georg Wagner). ÂTra gli esempi di grafica sono presenti molti inserti originali legati alla tipografia come quello legato alla macchina da stampa Planeta. Altro inserto di notevole interesse e' quello dedicato all'annosa diatriba tra i caratteri Antiqua e Fraktur.ÂPubblicazione di grande importanza per la grafica della Germania degli anni '30. TED

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        Oeuvre Plastique, Peintures et Dessins Architecture.

      1938. LE CORBUSIER. Oeuvre plastique. Peinture et Dessins. Architecture. Avant-propos de Jean Badovici. 28 pp. Illustrated with images in text, four full-page drawings, and 40 loose plates, including five coloured pochoirs and four original coloured lithographs. 4to., 280 x 230 mm, bound in original cloth-backed illustrated portfolio. Paris: Morancé, 1938. The first monograph of Le Corbusier with regard to his work as an architect-painter, including a lengthy essay by him on painting. Introduction by Jean Badovici. The text is illustrated with his designs and drawings, and plates depicting his paintings, lithographs, tapestries, and murals. Plates 30-36 illustrate the Pavillon des Temps Nouveaux at the Expo Paris 1937. Neat ex-library, with stamps on the verso of the plates, four of which are original lithographs by Le Corbusier. Brady IA-30.

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        SILVER PRINCESS IN OZ

      - (BAUM,L.FRANK) SILVER PRINCESS IN OZ by Ruth Plumly Thompson. Chic: Reilly & Lee (1938). 4to, red cloth, slight rubbing else near Fine. 1st ed. 1st state with pictorial endpapers and 16p. gathers. (H-G XXXII). Illus. by J.R. NEILL in black and white throughout (as issued), this is a beautiful copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Superb pair of enormous photos by Dorothy Wilding & Bertram Park, signed and dated by the King under each image and by the photographers, Wilding in capitals in white ink and Park in pencil on the mount, (1895-1952, King of England) & ELIZABETH (1900-2002, Queen of Great Britain)

      1938 - showing the Royal couple three quarters length, the King in uniform with all his medals and orders and the Queen in a jewelled dress with tiara and strings of pearls, each 17" x 12" in photographer's mounts, 23½" x 16", no place,

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        Dienst im Fliegerhorst. Der Dienst in der Luftwaffe Band 8.

      Berlin, Verlag Bernard & Graefe, 1938. 8°, 227 Seiten mit einigen Falttafeln, betitelter OLeinen - guter Zustand - 1938. b62270 Versand D: 6,00 EUR Luftfahrt militärisch, Deutsche Luftwaffe, Zweiter Weltkrieg

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        Eloge de Laboureur. Orné de gravures originales.

      - P., Pour les Amis du Docteur Lucien-Graux, 1938, grand in-4, br., non paginé.(dos fendillé sans manque). Edition originale imprimée par Daragnès et tirée à 150 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin d'Arches filignané, celui-ci imprimé spécialement pour Jean Martet avec un envoi autographe signé de l'auteur.Le texte de M. Brucker est accompagné de 6 gravures originales. Livres [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Document signed

      1938. Signed. ROOSEVELT, Franklin D. Document signed. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1938. Folio, single sheet (measures 9 by 13-1/2 inches) partially printed and completed in typescript on recto and verso, embossed red paper seal. $6500.Scarce 1938 official presidential pardon signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Attorney General Homer Cummings, granting a pardon to Louis Pettofrezzo (aka Louis Fritz), who pled guilty three times, from 1927-32, to charges of ""possessing and selling intoxicating liquor in violation of the National Prohibition Act."" Pettofrezzo's nephew by marriage, Albert Rosellini—a young ""progressive cut from the same cloth as Franklin Delano Roosevelt""—led opposition in Washington state to Prohibition-era 'blue laws' and was elected to the state's senate in 1938, the same year FDR signed this pardon, serving until he became the state's 15th governor in 1957.This scarce official presidential document, signed by Franklin D. Roosevelt in his second term of office, pardons Louis Pettofrezzo, ""also known as Louis Fritz,"" for the crime of ""possessing and selling intoxicating liquor, in violation of the National Prohibition Act"" on three occasions: in 1927, 1929, and 1932. Having paid fines and costs, and served a prison sentence from 1932 to 1933, in 1938 FDR signed this official pardon, additionally signed by his Attorney General, Homer Cummings. In 1932, the same year Pettofrezzo committed his third infraction and began his prison sentence, he married Fine Gasperetti Rosellini, widow of Seattle restaurant owner Vittorio Rosellini, whose brother Giovanni was the father of lawyer Albert Rosellini. Albert ""went to work as an attorney in 1933. In that role, he forged lifelong ties to liquor distributors and tavern owners by representing them in challenges to Prohibition-era restrictions known as 'blue laws"" (Seattle Times). He ""considered himself a progressive cut from the same cloth as Franklin Delano Roosevelt,"" and was a senator in the Washington State Senate for nearly two decades before serving as the state's governor from 1957-65 (Washington Business Magazine).This official signed document reads: (print) ""Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States. To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: Whereas [typescript] Louis Pettofrezzo, an alien, also known as Louis Fritz, pleaded guilty in the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington to possessing and selling intoxicating liquor, in violation of the National Prohibition Act, and on October fourteenth, 1927, was sentenced to pay a fine of One hundred dollars ($100.00) and costs amounting to Twenty-one dollars ($21.00); and Whereas the said Louis Pettofrezzo pleaded guilty in the District aforesaid to possessing intoxicating liquor, in violation of the national Prohibition Act, and on May sixth, 1929, was sentenced to pay a fine of Five hundred dollars ($500.00) and costs amounting to Thirty-one dollars and twenty cents ($31.20 [sic]; and Whereas the said Louis Pettofrezzo pleaded guilty in the District aforesaid to possessing and selling intoxicating liquor, in violation of the National Prohibition Act, and on April eighteenth, 1932, was sentenced to imprisonment for eighteen months and to pay a fine of Seven hundred dollars ($700.00); and Whereas the said Louis Pettofrezzo paid his fine and costs in the first case and the fine in the second case; and Whereas the said Louis Pettofrezzo began his sentence in the third case on April twenty-second, 1932, at the United States Penitentiary, McNeil Island, Washington, was transferred on June seventh, 1937, to Federal Road Camp No. 5, Dupont, Washington, served his term, less good time allowances, and an additional thirty days due to his inability to pay the said fine, and was released on August third, 1933; and Whereas it has been made to appear to me that the said Louis Pettofrezzo since his release from imprisonment, had been conducted himself in a law abiding manner and is unable to pay the said fine; [continued on document verso] [print] Now, therefore, be it known, that I, Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States of America, in consideration of the premises, divers other good and sufficient reasons me thereunto moving, to hereby [typescript] grant unto the said Louis Pettofrezzo a full and unconditional pardon for the purpose of restoring his civil rights, thereby also remitting the unpaid fine and costs. [print] In testimony whereof I have hereunto signed my name and caused the seal of the Department of Justice to be affixed. [Department of Justice red paper seal] [print] Done at the City of Washington this [typescript] twenty-fifth [print] day of [typescript] February [print] in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and [typescript] Thirty-eight [print] and of the Independence of the United States the One Hundred and [typescript] Sixty-second. [print] By the President [signed] Franklin D. Roosevelt [followed by] Homer Cummings [print] Attorney General."" Document rector with printed ""210"" at upper corrner; verso printed at lower edge: ""U.S. Government Printing office 134008."" Text and signatures fresh, faint foldlines, very light edge-wear, mild soiling. A highly desirable about-fine copy.

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        NEWS BULLETIN. VOL I. NO. 2 (APR 38), VOL. II NO. 1 (OCT 38), 2 (JAN 39), 3 (MAR 39), VOL. III NO. 1 (OCT 39) + 2 (JAN 40), VOL. IV. NO. 1 (OCT 40), 2 (JAN 41), 3 (APR 41), VOL. V NO. 1 (OCT 41) + 3 (APR 42), VOL. VII. NO. 1 (OCT 43), 2 (JAN 44) 3 (APR 44), VIII. NO. 1 (OCT 44), 2 (FEB 45), 3 (MAY 45), VOL. IX. NO. 1 (OCT 45), 2 (JAN 46), 3 (MAY 46), VOL. X. NO. 1. (NOV 46) [21 ISSUES IN TOTAL]

      New York, American Friends Of The Hebrew University In Jerusalem. 1938-1946. Hardcover. First edition. Period springboard binder, with all original illustrated paper wrappers bound in (easily removed without damage if preferred) . 4to. Around 2-4 pages; 28 cm. A nearly complete run of the News Bulletin Published by American Friends of the Hebrew University during the Holocaust (and early post-Holocaust) years, in Jerusalem, from 1938-1946. Each edition packed with dozens of black-and-white photographs of students, professors, and honorees at the university. Includes articles on dozens of important scientists, academics, and organizational leaders including Albert Einstein, Judah L. Magnes, and Julian W. Mack. “Scientists and students at Hebrew University are engaged in solving the problems of soil, climate and water supply of the land; problems of the handicaps of disease; and problems related to making Palestine habitable, despite the outbreak of war and difficulties arising therefrom. ” Aimed primarily at building political and financial support for the University within American Jewry, the publication is very slick and appealing to look at. SUBJECT(S) : Periodicals, Hebrew University, Science. OCLC and WorldCat list 9 holdings worldwide. Overall, very good + condition. Minimal edgewear. Minimal pencil markings that do not affect text. Minimal staining and rubbing. Slight toning to VOL. 1. NO. 2 and moderate rubbing to a few issues. (ZION-12-62) .

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        22 Democratic Party Campaign Broadsides for the Presidential Campaign of 1936

      [Washington, D.C.]: Democratic National Campaign Committee, 1938. An apparently complete set of twenty-two broadsides trumpeting the accomplishments of FDR in his first term and warning against the regressive social and fiscal policies of the Republicans. Each broadside on a different theme: Housing; the WPA; Trade Policy; Taxes; Farm Relief, etc. The broadsides were issued in 1938, probably for the mid-term elections of that year. OCLC shows none of the broadsides to be separately cataloged. 22 quarto broadsides (12" x 7-1/2" - ca. 30.5cm x 19cm). Printed recto-only in black ink on various colored paperstocks. Gentle marginal fading to one or two pieces; generally about Fine.

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        The Beast Must Die

      The Crime Club [Collins], 1938 A first edition, first printing published by Collins in 1938. A very good book with evidence of some bookplate removal to front pastedown and front endpaper. A small number to the top of the pastedown. Some spotting to pages. Boards generally full of colour. In a dust wrapper which is unclipped and has benefitted from some professional restoration to the edges and corners (particularly the bottom edge). Some rubbing to printing on the rear flap. A good wrapper and a rare book by the Poet Laureate Cecil Day Lewis. Rare.

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        FÜHRER DURCH DEN BRÜHL UND DIE BERLINER PELZBRANCHE. JAHRGANG 1938. ADREßBUCH FÜR DEN RAUCHWAREN-HANDEL, DIE FELLVEREDELUNGS- UND PELZWAREN-INDUSTRIE, DAS KÜRSCHNER- UND MÜTZENMACHER-HANDWERK. [ADRESSBUCH]

      Leipzig: Kuhwald, 1938. 1st printing of the 1938 edition. October, 1938. Original illustrated wrappers, 12mo (small) , 191 pages, including many, many period ads. Published just one month prior to Kristallnacht, this is a Name and Address Directory of the world

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        Dienst im Fliegerhorst. Der Dienst in der Luftwaffe Band 8.

      8, 227 Seiten mit einigen Falttafeln, betitelter OLeinen - guter Zustand - 1938. b62270

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        Journals of John D. Lee 1846-47 and 1859

      Western Printing Company, Salt Lake City 1938 - Original orange dust jacket with light sunning to spine and light wear to top edge. Dark green boards with title gilt on front and spine. Light wear to bottom of spine. Top edge has light wear. Binding is tight and interior is clean. Front endpaper is signed by the editor, Charles Kelly. Privately printed for Rolla Bishop Watt and is 208/250 copies. Tipped-in portrait of Lee is present on p. 6 and many b&w plates are also included. This book was gathered from the acquired diaries of the Lee family and Rolla Bishop Watt. Starting in 1838 John D. Lee participated in missions for the Mormon Church and worked closely with Brigham Young. Moving to Utah in 1848, Lee was put in charge of various settlers and became a member of the Territorial legislature. He is most widely remembered as a participant in the Mountain Meadows Massacre, and was the only participant tried and executed for this crime. The editor has compiled Lee's journals of 1846-47 and 1859 with informative footnotes recounting this important time period of American history. ; 4to 9" - 11" tall; 244 pp; Signed by Editor [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rebecca (Signed First Edition)

      Doubleday Doran & Company, New York 1938 - Octavo. Original purple cloth, silver paste-on decorated in blue across spine and both boards, dark top-stain. Book in Fine condition. Signed by the author on a tipped-in front blank, apparently issued this way by the publisher (judging from the consistent top-stain). The dust jacket is a solid Very Good + with minor wear at the spine ends and corners and some scuffs to the spine. Nonetheless a bright, attractive copy. Originally published in the UK in the same year. Fine in Very Good + dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        OF HUMAN BONDAGE.

      New Haven Yale University Press for the Limited Editions Club 1938. - Two volumes. First Sloan Edition. With an introduction by Theodore Drieser and with sixteen original etchings by John Sloan. Limited to 1500 copies signed by John Sloan. Tall 8vo, original speckled cloth with leather spine labels. Fine copy, without the box. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Theory of Prices: A Re-Examination of the Central Problems of Monetary Theory 2 volume set

      PRENTICE-HALL, NEW YORK 1938 - Vol 1 1938 624 pgs, Vol 2 1942 802 pgs, Corners bending. Fading covers. Fading gilt titles on front cover and spine. Library's bookplate on spine. Previous library stamps on front end page. Edges slightly browning. DATE PUBLISHED: 1938 EDITION: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        AGRONOMIC PROPAGANDA FOR CHILDREN] Na vystavku! [i.e. To the Exhibition!]

      GIZMESTPROM, Leningrad 1938 - 18 pp. 22x15 cm. Original illustrated wrappers and illustrations by A.N. Viktorova. Restoration of the spine. The first and only edition. A coloring book. On every turn of the page there's an image in color and the same image and outline of the same image opposite for child to color. The first page is colored, the rest are unfilled. GIZMESTPROM is translated as 'The state publishing house for light industry'. It was mostly printing technical literature, manuals and instructions. Presumably it only published a handful of children's books. The theme of the book is that the animals are getting to the well-known All-Union Agricultural Exhibition which opened in 1939 to show the unusually big vegetables they grew. Not in the WorldCat. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1938. First edition. Fine/Very Good +. A Fine, unread copy of the book. In an attractive Very Good + dust jacket with two short tears at the top of the front panel, minor wear at the top of the spine and some toning along the spine. One of just 5,350 copies. Published in 1938, The Fifth Column and the First 49 Stories is an anthology of some of Hemingway's most classic works. It includes "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber", "The Snows of Kilimanjaro", "the Killers" and "A Clean, Well Lighted Place" (which James Joyce called "one of the best short stories ever written.") The anthology also includes "The Fifth Column," which is Hemingway's only known play set during the Spanish Civil War. "So many road-company Hemingways have swarmed down the highways since some of the forty-nine Hemingway stories in this collection first appeared that it is a pleasure and a revelation to see the original company again." (Contemporary New York Times review). Fine in Very Good + dust jacket.

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        Document signed

      , 1938. 1938. Signed. ROOSEVELT, Franklin D. Document signed. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1938. Folio, single sheet (measures 9 by 13-1/2 inches) partially printed and completed in typescript on recto and verso, embossed red paper seal. $6500.Scarce 1938 official presidential pardon signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Attorney General Homer Cummings, granting a pardon to Louis Pettofrezzo (aka Louis Fritz), who pled guilty three times, from 1927-32, to charges of ""possessing and selling intoxicating liquor in violation of the National Prohibition Act."" Pettofrezzo's nephew by marriage, Albert Rosellini

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        Unvanquished

      1938. First Edition . FAULKNER, William. The Unvanquished. New York: Random House, (1938). Octavo, original gray cloth, original dust jacket. $2000.First trade edition of FaulknerÂ’s collection of interlocking stories about the Sartoris family, with illustrations by Edward Shenton, in scarce dust jacket.This collection of seven interconnected stories about the Sartoris family includes six previously published stories and one new story, “An Odor of Verbena.” “The stories are full of actionÂ… and its outdoor scenes of fights with Yankees and highwaymen, its pictures of the transformation of well-bred Southern boys to horse thieves and killers, give The Unvanquished something of the air of Two Little Confederates as it might have been written by an author aware of the race problem, economics, and Freudian psychologyÂ… Faulkner knows exactly what he is doing in tracing the New South to its origins in the Old” (Time magazine, see In Tall Cotton 55). Preceded by a signed limited edition of 250 copies. “First Printing” on copyright page. With illustrations by Edward Shenton. Petersen A19.1. Brodsky 193. Book fine; light toning to spine of near-fine dust jacket.

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        Asmodée

      First edition, one of 28 numbered copies on Japon, tirage de tête.Autograph inscription from François Mauriac to Louis Brun, director of Editions Grasset : "... mon pemier essai au théâtre..."Louis Brun's ex-librisprinted in front of the half title.A very good copy with good margins.  Grasset Paris 1938 14x19cm broché

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        Gotha. Das Buch einer deutschen Stadt. Mit Unterstützung der Stadtverwaltung herausgegeben von Kurt Schmidt * Band II mit 34 Bildertafeln

      Gotha, Engelhard-Reyher Verlag, 1938 - Vollständige Ausgabe im Original-Verlagseinband (Ganzleinen / Leinen / OGLn / OLn / Ln im Format 21,5 x 26,5 cm) mit Rücken- und Deckeltitel in Goldprägung sowie Kopffarbschnitt, Schrift: Fraktur. 391 Seiten Text und Anhang mit vielen teilweise farbigen / ganzseitigen / doppelseitig ausklappbaren Abbildungen und Fotoabbildungen auf Kunstdruckpapier. Insbesondere sind d i e - s o n s t s o g u t w i e i m m e r f e h l e n d e n S e i t e n m i t N S . - M o t i v e n v o r h a n d e n , auf welchen abgebildet sind: Carl Eduard, von 1905-1918 regierender Herzog des Herzogtums Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha, Präsident des Deutschen Roten Kreuzes, SA-Gruppenführer, NSKK-Obergruppenführer, Inhaber des Coburger Ehrenzeichen / Viktoria Adelheid Herzogin von Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha / Ehrenbürger der Stadt Gotha von 1933 (Adolf Hitler, Führer und Reichskanzler / Dr. Wilhelm Frick, Reichsminister des Innern / Paul Hennicke (SS-Gruppenführer, M.d.R., Thüringischer Staatsrat, seit 1.April 1937 Polizeipräsident in Weimar, Inhaber des Goldenen Parteiabzeichen) / Dr. Hans Karge (Kreisleiter der NSDAP für die Stadt Gotha 1933-37, Beauftragter der Partei für die Stadt Gotha, Oberstud.-Dir. der Deutschen Oberschule (Arnoldischule) / Wilhelm Busch (Thür. Staatsrat, M.d.R., Kreisleiter der NSDAP für Stadt und Land Gotha, Inhaber des Goldenen Parteiabzeichen) / Fritz Triebel (Thür. Staatsrat, M.d.R., Gauobmann der DAF, Ehrenbürger und Ratsherr der Stadt Gotha, Inhaber des Goldenen Parteiabzeichen) / Dr. Fritz Schmidt (seit 1925 Bürgermeister, seit 1930 Oberbürgermeister der Stadt Gotha) / Dr. Robert Ley (Reichsorganisationsleiter der NSDAP, Reichsleiter der Deutschen Arbeitsfront, M.d.R., Inhaber des Goldenen Parteiabzeichens) / Fritz Sauckel (Reichsstatthalter und Gauleiter von Thüringen, NDR, SS-Gruppenführer, Inhaber des Goldenen Parteiabzeichen) / Willy Marschler (Thüring. Ministerpräsident, M.d.R., SA-Gruppenführer, Ehren-Gauarbeitsführer, Inhaber des Goldenen Parteiabzeichens). - Aus dem Inhalt: Die Bau- und Kunstdenkmäler der Stadt Gotha. Die Bauten der Fristen (Der Grimmenstein, Schloss Friedenstein, Schloss Friedrichsthal und Orangerie, der Park und die Anlagen) - Die Bauten der Kirche (Margarethenkkirche, Marienkirche, Jakobskapelle, Augustinerkirche, Kreuzkloster und Friedhöfe, Hospital Mariä Magdalenä, Armenhaus und Friedrichskapelle, katholische Kirche, Dorfstätte Eschleben - Die Bauten des Bürgertums (Befestigung der Stadt, Leinakanal, Rathaus, Innungshalle, das Gothaer Bürgerhaus) - Die wissenschaftlichen Sammlungen und Anstalten der Stadt Gotha (Staatsarchiv, Herzogliche Bibliothek, Herzogliches Münzkabinett, Herzogliche Sternwarte, Herzogliches Museum, Herzogliche Anstalten für Kunst und Wissenschaft seit 1934) - Zeittafel (Einführung, Vorgeschichte, Germanenzeit, Mittelalter, Neuzeit, In und nach dem Weltkrieg: der Weltkrieg, das Infanterie-Regiment Nr.95, Zusammenbruch und Zwischenreich, Im Dritten Reich) - Schluss: Niedergang und Aufstieg 1914-1937 - Wegweiser durch das heimatkundliche Schrifttum - Nachträge und Berichtigungen - Ehrenbürger der Stadt Gotha - Personenverzeichnis - Sachweiser - Verzeichnis der Bilder. - Erstausgabe in sehr guter Erhaltung - Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Gothaer / Gothaische Stadtgeschichte, Thüringen, Mitteldeutschland, thüringische Orts- und Heimatkunde, die Stadt Gotha im Weimarer Zwischenreich und im Nationalsozialismus, NS.-Schrifttum, Gothaer Ehrenbürger: der Führer und andere hohe Parteigenossen im Bild, NS.-Schrifttum, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Satz und druck munster heft 1938. Vorlagenheft fur setzer, Drucker, werbefachleute graphiker und reprodulktionstechniker

      Verlag der graphischen monatsschrift, 1938. In 4, cm 24 x 31,5, pp. (238). Brossura editoriale con gora all'angolo inferiore e qualche segno d'uso. Rara rivista dedicata alla grafica tedesca. Composta in buona parte da pubblicita' originali, pieghevoli, carte da lettera, stralci da pubblicazioni assemblate e intercalate da articoli. Carte differenti. Vari articoli sono opera di Fritz Genzmer: Asymmetrie oder Mittelachse?, Der Gebrauchstypograph Thannhaeuser, Normdrucksachen in zeitgemaber Gestaltung ecc. Altro lungo articolo e' dedicato alla pubblicita' relativa alla XI Olimpiade di Berlino 1936 (Georg Wagner).  Tra gli esempi di grafica sono presenti molti inserti originali legati alla tipografia come quello legato alla macchina da stampa Planeta. Altro inserto di notevole interesse e' quello dedicato all'annosa diatriba tra i caratteri Antiqua e Fraktur. Pubblicazione di grande importanza per la grafica della Germania degli anni '30. TED

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        Scoop - Signed and Inscribed by the Author with the rare wrap-around band

      A first edition, first printing published by Chapman and Hall in 1938. A very good+ book with some rubbing to the edges and to the spine tips one small spot to the front board. SIGNED to Elizabeth Herbert by Evelyn Waugh on the front endpaper. In the rare first issue dust wrapper with 'Daily Beast' headline to the front panel. The wrapper is unclipped and has benefitted from some restoration to the edges and to the spine. Complete with the rare wrap-around band denoting the book as being the Book Society choice. It is possible that Elizabeth Herbert was a family member of Waugh's second wife, Laura Herbert. The family famously did not get on with Waugh (to say the least), and the lack of a warm inscription would suggest that she was related to Laura Herbert. Rare signed and especially so in the first issue dust wrapper with the wrap-around band.

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        Arms and the Covenant

      1938. First Edition . Signed. CHURCHILL, Winston. Arms and the Covenant. Speeches by The Right Hon. Winston S. Churchill. Compiled by Randolph S. Churchill. London: George G. Harrap, (1938). Octavo, original blue cloth, original dust jacket; housed in a custom clamshell box. $20,000.First edition, presentation/association copy, of this collection of ChurchillÂ’s speeches on foreign affairs and national defense, inscribed in the month of publication to Churchill's uncle and aunt, “To Bertram & Nellie from Winston. June 1938.”All but two of the speeches collected here were delivered by Churchill in the Commons in the years leading up to the Second World War. Collected by Churchill's son, Randolph, and revised a second time by Churchill, these represent some of the best written by a man who ""devoted more time than any other modern orator to the preparation of his speeches"" (Langworth, 190). ""The finest (and most ominous) pre-war warning of Winston Churchill occurs on [its] penultimate pageÂ… Available in no other Churchill bookÂ… the last four paragraphs of that famous speech on 24 March 1938Â… summarize the theme of this volume, a precursor to the official theme of The Gathering Storm: 'How the English-speaking peoples through their unwisdom, carelessness, and good nature allowed the wicked to re-arm"" (Langworth, 190). With a photographic frontispiece portrait. Churchill's son Randolph was the editor of this volume. Dust jacket, supplied from another copy, with publisher's sticker on spine indicating that it was intended for the Australia and New Zealand market. Cohen A107. Langworth, 191. Woods A44(a). This volume is inscribed to Churchill's maternal aunt, Margaret Nellie Ogilvy Hozier, and her husband, Bertram Henry Samuel Romilly.Occasional light scattered foxing to preliminary leaves, as often seen. Light fading to spine. Rare dust jacket extremely good with foxing, toning to spine, a bit of wear to sticker on spine. A desirable copy with exceptional provenance.

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        THE PROPHET SPEAKS

      Auburn, CA 1938 - Original final draft two page typed manuscript with Smith's signature in full following the last line of verse. The poem was originally published in Weird Tales, September 1938 issue, volume 32, no. 3. Collected in Spells and Philtres, published by Arkham House in 1958. From the collection and estate of Raymond L.F. Johnson. The merest hint of toning and very light folding creases in thirds [for mailing] to the pages, else fine. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Mangeclous surnommé aussi longues dents et oeil de Satan et lord High Life et sultan des tousseurs...

      First edition on ordinary paper.Rare autograph inscription from Albert Cohen to Denise Mercier.Small lacks, skillfully repaired, to head and to foot of spine. Gallimard Paris 1938 15x21cm broché

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        L'Eroica. Rassegna italiana di Ettore Cozzani. N. 235-236-237.

      Milano, A. XXVII, marzo-aprile-maggio, 1938, fascicolo in-4to brossura originale con copertina illustrata a colori (di Valerio Fraschetti) numero triplo: 235/236/237, pp. 126 con una tavola xilografica a colori riproducente la copertina, dodici tavole fotografiche (di Arrigo Minerbi, Eugenio Baroni, Antonio Discovolo, Adolfo De Karolis, F.Carnevali, Valerio Fraschetti) + sei xilografie originali, anche doppie, ripiegate fuori testo (di Publio Morbuducci, Guido Marussig, Duilio Cambellotti, Mario Delitala) e quattro incisioni xilografiche nel testo (di Remo Wolf). In stato di nuovo, intonso.

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        Calendar of Annual Events in Oklahoma

      Works Progress Administration in the State of Oklahoma 1938 - First edition. Stapled orange pictorial wraps with clear spiderweb tissue guards. Illustrated. Very Good condition overall. Small chip to upper corner of front cover and another on back cover that effects the tissue-guard. Cover worn at bottom staple. In much better shape than usually found as wraps are quite brittle. Before any of his well-known hard-boiled suspense novels, Thompson wrote and edited this guidebook for the Federal Writers' Project of Oklahoma. He was a Communist Party member at the time and his writing here, stylistically, is far removed from his comparatively-apolitical, suspenseful pulp novels of the pulp era. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Addresses upon the American Road. 1933-1938, 1941-1945, 1945-1948. WITH: Two typed letters signed.

      1938. First Edition . Signed. HOOVER, Herbert. Addresses upon the American Road. 1933-1938. WITH: Addresses upon the American Road. World War II 1941-1945. WITH: Addresses upon the American Road. 1945-1948. New York / Toronto, New York, London: Charles Scribner's Sons / D. Van Nostrand, 1938, 1946, 1948. Three volumes. Octavo, original cloths, original dust jackets. $3250.First editions of three major volumes in President Hoover's series of Addresses upon the American Road, spanning the Great Depression, WWII and the postwar years, each inscribed by Hoover to leading editor and publisher Malcolm Johnson, a co-founder of Armed Services Editions, with the volumes for 1933-1938 and 1941-45 each inscribed, ""To Malcolm Johnson, With the good wishes of Herbert Hoover,"" and the volume for 1945-48 inscribed, ""To Malcolm Johnson, With the devotion of Herbert Hoover,"" accompanied by two laid-in typed letters signed by Hoover to Johnson.These volumes document Hoover's writings from the years of the Great Depression to post-WWII. It is a major collection that demonstrates how Hoover's ""enthusiasm for efficiency in government and his passion for reduced costs made him a vigorous, exacting, and yet tactful leader"" (Berdahl, Western Political Quarterly). The volume spanning 1933 to 1938 ""contains the texts of many of his critical speeches of the time, showing what was at stake electorally in the face of New Deal Policies… In doing so, Hoover laid the framework for what has become, essentially, modern American conservatism"" (Postell, Toward an American Conservatism, 249-50). The second volume, covering the years of WWII, includes his statement on the Declaration of War, the seminal April 1943 article, ""An Approach to a Lasting Peace,"" the Japanese surrender and much more. The final volume, which features writings from 1945 to 1948, won praise on publication as both ""interesting and important… On our list of our ex-Presidents, Hoover holds a shining place; for no predecessor has been a more anxious watcher over the nation's welfare or a more conscientious participant in activities for the good of the world"" (New York Times). Accompanying the three inscribed volumes are two typed letters on Hoover's personal letterhead, signed by Hoover to their recipient, Malcolm Johnson, a top editor and publishing executive with Doubleday, Doran and D. Van Nostrand, who served on the executive committee of the Council on Books in Wartime, and was one of the key founders of Armed Services Editions, which arranged for printing millions of free books for America's soldiers. The first letter reads (typescript): ""The Waldorf-Astoria Towers, New York 22, New York, October 5, 1948. My dear Malcolm: I have your letter to Miss Miller about the book on the Government reorganization. When these reports are filed with Congress (which they will be), they are open to any kind of public analysis and reprinting that anyone wants to do. Yours faithfully, [signed] HH [typescript] Mr. Malcolm Johnson, Vice-President, D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., 250 Fourth Avenue, New York 3, New York."" The second letter reads (typescript): ""The Waldorf-Astoria Towers, New York 22, New York, May 6, 1951. My dear Mr. Johnson: Thank you very much indeed for your letter of May 1st and its enclosure. I am very glad to have that book and I deeply appreciate your sending it. Yours faithfully, [signed] H.H. [typescript] Mr. Malcolm Johnson, D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., 250 Fourth Avenue, New York 3, New York.""Faint soiling and light expert restoration to jackets. A very scarce inscribed presidential collection.

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        LAUGHTER IN THE DARK.

      Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis 1938 - 292 pages. Original green cloth binding with minor sunning/browing to the spine (slightly exaggerated on the spine extremities), with minor browning to the top edge, and with minor shelfwear to the extremities. The unclipped dustjacket has a large but unobtrusive tear along the spine and front hinge, is slightly sunned/dulled on the spine with a small scuff, is chipped at the spine extremities (including one large chip), with a few more small chips along the edges, and numerous small creases and tears, with minor browing/aging/soiling to the rear panel, and heavy foxing to the front and rear inner flaps; protected in archival mylar. The endpapers are browned and a little spotted from foxing. The first 28 pages have a minor shelfbump/crease to the lower corner. One or two pinhead sized spots of minor staining on the title page/preceding endpaper and pages 42-45, 142/143, 185, 250/251, and minor offsetting/browning to pages 14-15 from what looks like a newspaper clipping. The text is otherwise clean and unmarked. Nabokov's name is spelled Nabokoff for this publication. A different version of this novel was published in Great Britain under the title: Camera Obscura. Stated: First Edition. Size: Octavo (8vo) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lad and the Lion

      1938. First Edition . BURROUGHS, Edgar Rice. The Lad and the Lion. Tarzana, California: Edgar Rice Burroughs, (1938). Octavo, original blue cloth, original dust jacket. $1500.First edition of Burroughs’ adventure about a shipwrecked boy and his friendship with a ferocious lion, basis for the 1917 silent feature film—one of the very few works to be adapted to the screen by Burroughs himself—this first edition in book form contains Burroughs’ extensive revisions and additions, featuring a color dust jacket and four full-page black-and-white illustrations by Burroughs’ son, John Coleman Burroughs. A fine copy.Burroughs first began working on the story of Lad and the Lion in February 1914. Serialized in All-Story Weekly (June-July 1917), this is the tale of a young European heir who is lost in Africa and “washes ashore, after years of cruel captivity, in the company of a friendly though ferocious lion…. [A] palace conspiracy, an arranged marriage and a forbidden courtship” are only a few of the story’s twists and turns (Taliafrerro,110). One of his first works to be adapted to the screen, in December 1914 Burroughs was approached by Selig Polyscope Company, which turned down Tarzan of the Apes in favor of Lad and the Lion. Burroughs’ screenplay for Selig is one of the very few scripts he wrote of his own stories. Released in 1917, no copies have been found of the silent film Lad and the Lion, which was directed by successful Hollywood director Alfred E. Green. First edition, written in August 1937 by Burroughs, who rewrote “and added another 20,000 words to the original 1914 story, and it became his 50th published hardcover book” (Teuschner 235). With full color dust jacket and four full-page black-and-white illustrations by Burroughs’ son, John Coleman Burroughs. Issued with either laminated or non-laminated (as here) dust jackets, no priority established. Currey, 89. Lupoff, 264. Owner inscription with trace of small plate removal.A fine copy.

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        Haggadah shel Pessach/ A Peszach Unnepi Elbeszeles

      Budapest: Jozsef Schlesinger, 1938. Ex-Library, first edition. Hardcover. g+ to vg-. Quarto. 80pp. Red crushed velvet boards, with debossed gilt lettering and gilt geometric and floral motifs on the front cover. The publication is a bilingual Passover Haggadah in Hungarian and English. The book features some b/w reproductions of leaves from some famous illustrated Haggadahs of the past, and an interesting illustration of a multilayered seder plate on the "order of the seder" page. as well as some musical notation to accompany some of the concluding songs of the Passover Seder, including "Hodu", "Ki lo Na'e", "Addir Hu" and "Echad mi Yode'ah". Text in Hungarian and Hebrew. Binding with a small stain at the top edge and some smudging to covers. Spine sunned and cracking along hinge. Chipping to top right corner of the back cover, and with a small nick along the top edge of the cover. Light spotting to interior front cover, and some light rippling to front free endpaper and title page. Title and first page with library stamps. Pages with light age toning to edges and minor sporadic staining throughout. Binding in overall good+, interior in overall very good- condition. Scarce. Yaari #2247.

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        Documents de fouilles de l'Institut Fran

      Imprimerie de l'institut fran

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        Pumpkin Moonshine

      1938. First Edition . Signed. TUDOR, Tasha. Pumpkin Moonshine. London, New York and Toronto: Oxford University Press, (1938). 16mo, original coated blue patterned cloth, pictorial endpapers, later dust jacket. $2500.First edition of the first title in Tudor’s cherished “Calico” series, signed and dated (1987) by her on the front free endpaper.Tudor prepared this, her first book, for publication “by hand binding it in blue calico fabric… The publisher liked the binding so much that they produced five of her books with a calico-looking binding” (Vermont Arts Council). This book’s heroine, Sylvie Ann, was Tudor’s niece in Scotland, who visited her grandmother in Connecticut each summer. With later issue dust jacket. Young owner’s inscriptions to pastedowns.Scattered light marginal soiling. Front inner paper hinge partially split, binding sound. Modest toning to spine, moderate discoloration to boards, light wear to extremities. A very good signed copy.

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        Photograph. Signed Mat

      1938. Signed. (STIEGLITZ, Alfred) JACOBI, Lotte. Photograph. Signed mat. Alfred Stieglitz. New York, circa 1938. Vintage gelatin silver print (measures 8 by 10 inches), signed on recto of mat, entire piece measures 17 by 15 inches. $7800.Vintage gelatin silver print of Stieglitz, with a large mat signed in the lower corner by Jacobi in her trademark pencil, from a photograph taken at Stieglitz’ New York gallery in 1938, this wonderful portrait capturing the warmth of the legendary American photographer whose work vitally encouraged Jacobi “to develop her personal style and artistic voice.”“The personalities whom Lotte Jacobi captured with her camera were among the most influential of their times” (Otto Steinert). This rare vintage gelatin silver print of renowned photographer Alfred Stieglitz, with its mat signed in the lower corner by Jacobi, was one of several taken at his gallery “An American Place in 1938. In them he is a relaxed, untidy, somewhat self-indulgent, wise visionary” (Wise, 25). In this wonderful portrait Jacobi’s respect for Stieglitz is both profound and engagingly offhand. While crafting her art in Berlin during the 1920s, Jacobi had “found artistic kinship in… Stieglitz, whose work she devotedly studied.” It was through her immersion in Berlin’s vibrant art world and her contact with “those whose work Stieglitz published in Camera Work that Jacobi began to develop her personal style and artistic voice” (Sundstrom, 5). Jacobi visited Stieglitz not long after fleeing Germany in the late 1930s, and “remained dedicated to Stieglitz” throughout her life, once dismissing those who belittled his work by commenting: “That doesn’t tell us anything about Stieglitz. It only says something about the people” (Moriarty, 44). Here, as in much of her finest work, “Jacobi’s spontaneous approach allows us to appreciate the appeal of her subjects as singular personalities. Such a method, relying on intuition and improvisation, requires considerable self-assurance… Jacobi was most playful in her photography when the subject’s vitality challenged her to overcome the static nature of the medium” (Eskilden & Stein). Wise, 112. White 145. From the estate of Lotte Jacobi.A fine vintage print, with scarce signed mat.

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        LAUGHTER IN THE DARK.

      Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1938. 292 pages. Original green cloth binding with minor sunning/browing to the spine (slightly exaggerated on the spine extremities), with minor browning to the top edge, and with minor shelfwear to the extremities. The unclipped dustjacket has a large but unobtrusive tear along the spine and front hinge, is slightly sunned/dulled on the spine with a small scuff, is chipped at the spine extremities (including one large chip), with a few more small chips along the edges, and numerous small creases and tears, with minor browing/aging/soiling to the rear panel, and heavy foxing to the front and rear inner flaps; protected in archival mylar. The endpapers are browned and a little spotted from foxing. The first 28 pages have a minor shelfbump/crease to the lower corner. One or two pinhead sized spots of minor staining on the title page/preceding endpaper and pages 42-45, 142/143, 185, 250/251, and minor offsetting/browning to pages 14-15 from what looks like a newspaper clipping. The text is otherwise clean and unmarked. Nabokov's name is spelled Nabokoff for this publication. A different version of this novel was published in Great Britain under the title: Camera Obscura. Stated: First Edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good- condition/Good+ condition (DJ). Octavo (8vo).

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        Wir von der LN 88. Geschrieben f

      8, 150 Seiten mit zahlr. Bildtafeln, betitelter Okart. - Einband leicht best. sonst sehr guter Zustand - Sehr selten ! z38

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