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        Hot Iconography

      Paris: Edité par "Hot Jazz",, 1939. Premier Album de Dessins. Folio (459 × 313 mm) Original cream card wraps, printed in red, inner wrap printed on calque paper, title and imprint to the upper, and contents listing to the lower wrap. Housed in black calf-backed box. 15 lithographs printed white on black in simulation of chalk drawings, 14 of them 340 × 295 mm, one of them - Orchestre Ellington - folding 340 × 590 mm, titled black on black. Outer card wraps slightly soiled and with some evidence of damping to the lower, both sets of wraps with a few short edge-splits no loss, those in the card wraps professionally restored. Overall very good. First and only edition. Such a fragile, and cool - so cool that it is indeed hot - French production. Delaunay was the son of the artists Robert and Sonia Delaunay, and began as a commercial artist, but a visit in 1933 to a jam session at the original Hot Club de France premises in the cellar of the the record shop La Boîte à Musique changed his career, "To describe the impression I got from this very first jazz concert ever to reach my ears remains utterly impossible." Thereafter he became one of the greatest patrons and promoters of jazz in France. This collection of portraits of the greats - Armstrong, Ellington, Coleman Hawkins, and Django - and some of the lesser lights of jazz - Bernard Addison, Herman Chittison, Garnet Clark, Booker Pittman, and Freddy Taylor - was compiled from the sketches he made sitting alongside the bandstands of the clubs of pre-War Paris. Interestingly, Delaunay has included two portraits of the great African-American contralto Marian Anderson, who toured Europe through the early and mid-30s in order to escape the racist restraints on her career in America, building a considerable reputation in advance of her eventual fame in her home country. She was known to include spirituals in her concert performances, and was certainly an icon for black artists of all kinds , surely more than justifying her appearance here. Extremely uncommon, no other copy traced

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Tales of a Sportsman's Wife. [With:] Tales of a Sportsman's Wife. Shooting. [With:] Tales of a Sportsman's Wife. Fishing

      [Boston]: Privately Printed [by D.B. Updike, The Merrymount Press, December 1936, 1937 & 1939] - All inscribed to Lois Shaw from Marjorie Prescott First editions, each one of 150 copies. 8vo. Two etchings signed by the author/artist in pencil at the bottom right in the first volume, 2 more unsigned in the second and none in the third. 18; 57, [3]; 79, [3] pp. Three quarters cloth and Cockerel marbled boards, spines sunned, else fine [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        THE PLAYS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: THE COMEDIES, HISTORIES & TRAGEDIES: 37 volumes

      New York: Limited Editions Club, 1939-40. Hardcover. Lovely, Fine set, the spines bright and clean, in remarkable condition. Arthur Rackham; Eric Gill; Robert Gibbings; Frans Masereel; Jean Charlot. Thirty-seven folio (8-3/4" x 13") volumes bound in gold-stamped half natural buckram, top edges gilt, with the paper sides, printed in four colors. Edited by Herbert Farjeon, who created the Nonesuch edition text of Shakespeare, to restore the original typographic style and spelling; typography planned and production supervised by Bruce Rogers. Each of the 37 volumes is illustrated by one of the world's leading book artists including Arthur Rackham, Eric Gill, Robert Gibbings, Jean Charlot, and Frans Masereel. Media include wood engravings and lithographs with some hand coloring. An attempt to "produce a text such as Shakespeare himself might have passed for the printer had he personally read the proofs," and surely one of the most beautiful editions, if not the most beautiful edition, of Shakespeare ever produced. Each volume is copy #509 of 1950 copies issued unsigned. Included are the Commentaries for each play, never folded in this case, the note issued by the club on the container available for the set, which few people it seems bothered to get and which is not present here, and the folio leather volume TEN YEARS AND WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: A SURVEY OF THE PUBLISHING ACTIVITIES OF THE LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB FROM OCTOBER 1929 TO OCTOBER 1940 with its printed paper wrap-around band, not previously seen by us. The covers reproduce a patterned wall painting uncovered under many layers of wallpaper in a room in an old house in Oxford that belonged to John Davenant where Shakespeare spent nights on his annual journey to Warwickshire. When one looks at the outside of one of these books, one probably sees the very design Shakespeare saw waking after a long night of talking and drinking with Davenant who was a vintner.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats

      Faber, London, 1939. First Edition, first printing of Eliot's celebrated collection of feline verse. Tall 8vo. 45pp. Yellow cloth lettered in red at spine and with an author-designed red-stamped illustration to upper board. Just a trace of light spotting to endpapers and cloth just a little dust marked with a small stain to the base of the spine. A lovely crisp copy in price-clipped dust wrapper, tanned at spine panel, with a little uneven discolouration to front and rear panels and a tiny fraction of loss to head of spine panel and the tip of a single corner. Fourteen poems.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good.

      [Bookseller: Clearwater Books]
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        PALE HORSE, PALE RIDER. THREE SHORT NOVELS

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, (1939). First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine in a Very Good dustwrapper with a taped tear at the bottom of the rear panel and sunning to the spine. Porter's second book containing the title novel, "Old Mortality," and the much anthologized "Noon Wine." SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper "in Atlanta" on 22 April 1939.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Onward Jewish Soldiers

      Los Angeles: Anti-Communist Federation of America, 1939. First Edition. Broadside. Very Good. First Edition. Broadside. A truly rare handbill produced by the Anti-Communist Federation of America, an organization which had little to do with anti-Communism but was instead a virulently anti-Semitic group allied with the German American Bund. Both organizations aggressively counter-attacked the Jewish boycott of Germany in the U.S. that began in 1933 following Adolph Hitler's appointment as Chancellor. (In March 1933, the American Jewish Congress and Jewish War Veterans--and later, the Jewish Labor Committee--began a series of highly publicized rallies in New York and seventy other cities calling for an American boycott of German goods and services.) While the Bund focused its efforts against Jewish influence in the government, the Federation attacked Hollywood. On Washington's Birthday in 1939, the Federation--in concert with the infamous Bund rally at Madison Square Gardens--launched its propaganda attack in Los Angeles. Among the literature provided for distribution were two different handbills, "Boycott the Movies" and "Onward Jewish Soldiers!" The caricatures featured on both would have been right at home in Julius Streicher's "Der Sturmer" newspaper. While "Boycott" attacked Hollywood as "the Sodom and Gomorrha where International Jewry controls Vice, Dope, [and] Gambling [and] where young gentile girls are raped," "Onward" featured a cartoon drawing of four ne'er do well soldiers with large hook-noses wearing Star of David shoulder patches and carrying a Star-of-David flag.The text of the handbill contains a satirical "resolution" for the United States to form an all Jewish Army to "Give the Jews a chance . . . If They want War against Germany, let Them fight, While We Attend To Our People, Our Problems, and Our Nation." One point of the resolution calls for "leading Jews" in Hollywood (including Eddy Cantor, Walter Winchell, Jack Benny, George Burns, Paul Muni, Edward G. Robinson, the Marx Brothers, and the Ritz Brothers) to be commissioned to lead this force. These handbills are almost never seen outside of institutions, and the few institutional examples are usually in poor condition. This handbill is complete with no rips, tears, or missing pieces. It is clean with only a few small, light smudges. There are creases from where it was once folded in eighths.

      [Bookseller: Read 'Em Again Books, ABAA]
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        Nissen vom Beatenberg aus. Oel auf Leinwand.

      1939 - 1939. Bildgrösse: 73x110 cm. Unten rechts signiert und datiert. Gerahmt 85x122 cm. Rückseitig bezeichnet. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat]
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        THE KING'S STILTS (IN SCARCE FIRST STATE DUST JACKET)

      Random House 1939 - First edition, First Printing of THE KING¿S STILTS. Near fine first edition book in the extremely scarce original first state unclipped dust jacket. The pinnacle piece of a Dr. Seuss collection and the most difficult to locate (perhaps once a decade), in a First State dust jacket. First edition points for the jacket are: The King¿s scarf is NOT solid red as it otherwise appears in all later printings. Instead his scarf is speckled red. The rear flap has the adverb for Bomba and the price on the jacket is $1.50 on in the inner front flap. The books is in the large red boards with the large yellow titles to the front. This book in the true original FIRST STATE dust jacket is arguably the most scarce of all the Dr. Seuss titles having shown availability for sale perhaps once per decade. This example is in immaculate condition, appearing as unread with pages that are so crisp and bright that the book appears to have gone through a time machine. The book was acquired accompanied with a signed note from Dr. Seuss¿s personal stationary. Due to the crisp condition of the book, we can only speculate that the book was perhaps gifted along with the personal note which would explain why it appears as unread. First edition points for the jacket are: The King¿s scarf is NOT solid red as it otherwise appears in all later printings. Instead his scarf is speckled red. The rear flap has the adverb for Bomba and the price on the jacket is $1.50 on in the inner front flap. The books is in the large red boards with the large yellow titles to the front. Stunning, vibrant fresh, clean crisp unrestored book, with boards still retaining all the lustrous sheen (no doubt the result of having always been in the dust jacket). The book has sharp corners with one small rear bump, and no edgewear. The end papers are perfect fresh, bright condition being bright vibrant red with no names, no book plates, no inscriptions, and no stains. Small pencil number code to the front end paper corner. The internal pages are fresh clean, BRIGHT and SUPPLE with no age toning. The crisp pages have no handling marks, no stains, no foxing, no writing, no scribbles and no stains. The page corners are still sharp and the book literally appears as unread (quite scarce condition for a children¿s book!) Please see detailed images.We suspect due to the condition of the book's boards and pages that the book quite probably was gifted and was never read and placed in a protected place. The original first edition, FIRST STATE dust jacket is in beautiful near fine condition having benefited from some restoration by an expert paper conservator limited to restoring a chip and an intact tear to the rear panel. The jacket is stunning with no chips, no rip, no chips, no stains, no foxing and no edgewear. Touch of slight rubbing to the spine. The dust jacket is NOT price clipped and has a stated price of $1.50 to the front flap with the $1.25 price to the rear flap with the adverb for Bomba. Please see the many images. The king stilts is one of Dr. Seuss¿s books very large format book (approximately 9¿ x 12¿). A very handsome, near fine clean crisp example of this title presenting very well with the extremely scarce stunning first state jacket. This is a once in a decade piece and the pinnacle book for a Dr. Seuss collection in stunning condition! ADDITIONAL IMAGES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. Please see our Abe store for other Dr. Seuss listings and original artwork by Dr. Seuss [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meier And Sons Rare Books]
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        Fraternity

      Paris and New York: , 1939. Translation by Louis Aragon. Octavo. Original self wrappers. With the original board chemise, lacking the slipcase. Housed in a quarter green morocco clamshell box by the Chelsea Bindery. Illustrated with 9 loose engravings on full-sheet Montval handmade paper with deckle-edges preserved. Each signed in pencil lower right by the artist. With the original tissue gauards. Wrappers and contents in excellent condition, chemise split to spine. First edition, first printing. Limited to 101 numbered copies plus 12 hors-commerce signed by Spender, Aragon and each of the 9 artist's. Text in English and French. Compiled to protest against the rise of fascism in Europe. The engravings were printed by Atelier 17 and Henri Hecht.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        <div>A fascinating several hundred page archive of German-Jewish refugee Guido Ansbacher, a personal friend of Albert Einstein - who signs a personal recommendation to allow Ansbacher\'s emigration to the United States less than three months before Germany invaded Poland in September 1939. Ansbacher\'s papers also feature correspondence to Eleanor Roosevelt, and original poetry evoking the plight of Jewish refugees from the Nazis.<br></div>

      Typed Letter Signed, \"A. Einstein,\" 1 page, 8.5\" x 11\", [Princeton], May 16, 1939, marked \"Copy!\" in pencil at top center, in German to the American Consulate General in Zurich recommending the immigration application of Guido Ansbacher, an Italian born German-Jewish banker residing in Berlin and family friend. Einstein signed the carbon copy and forwarded it to Ansbacher for his records. Offered together with the financial and personal papers of Guido Ansbacher (b. 1880), consisting of hundreds of pages of material, including a poem addressed to Eleanor Roosevelt. Einstein\'s letter bears file holes at left margin, two paperclip marks at top left corner, light folds, else fine condition. The balance of the archive is in overall very good to fine condition. Einstein writes, in full: \"Ich erlaube mir hiermit, Herrn Guido Ansbacher, Lugano, Hotel Adler, für die Immigration nach U.S.A. aufe Wärmate zu emphehlen. Herr Ansbacher ist

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        Pablo Picasso signs a limited edition retrospective of his World War II Era work

      Book Signed \"Picasso\", in pencil, on the limitation page. Harriet and Sidney Janis\' \"Picasso / The Recent Years / 1939 - 1946\". (Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York, 1947), vii, 211pages, 4to, with 135 illustrated plates, bound in cloth titled boards. Limited Edition, 121 of 350 signed copies. Some rubbing and wear to boards, light scattered foxing to some pages. Although Picasso was deemed a \"degenerate\" artist by the Nazis, the artist remained in France throughout the German occupation. For much of the war he lived in Paris, avoiding most people except for his closest confidants in the French underground.

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        Ask The Dust

      New York: Stackpole, 1939. First edition. Hardcover. Very good or better in a very good unclipped dust jacket, with the jacket showing the usual toning to the spine, a 1 inch closed tear to the upper front panel at mid, slight chipping to the jacket spine at crown, very slight edgewear, soiling. No markings or inscriptions. A solid copy of this elusive, uncommon, genuine highlight in modern American fiction.

      [Bookseller: John Kehoe, Bookseller ABAA]
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        The World is Round

      William R. Scott, Inc, 1939. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: William & Scott, 1939. Signed limited first edition, one of 350 unnumbered copies signed by both Gertrude Stein and Clement Hurd. In original paper-covered boards with the "First Edition" statement on the copyright page, lacking the slip case. In About Very Good condition. Staining to front board, with toning, rubbing, edge wear and a small ink squiggle to the rear board. Toning to front end paper, light offsetting to rear. Contents are clean. Signed by both the author and illustrator, a nice copy overall.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Pinocchio

      New York: Random House,, 1939. Based on the story by Collodi. Illustrated with scenes from the Walt Disney motion picture. Quarto. Original printed pictorial boards, pictorial endpapers. With the dust jacket. Colour illustrations throughout by the Walt Disney Studio. Ownership inscription to the title page which extends into the title text, an excellent copy in bright jacket with light wear to extremities and shallow chipping to top end of spine. First edition. A wonderful Disney illustrated version of this tale.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Number of neutrons Liberated in the Nuclear Fission of Uranium" in Nature 143, no. 3625, April 22, 1939, p. 680

      - FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPS of the first solid evidence that neutron multiplication is large enough (3.5) to creat a chain reaction, thus profiding "indirect proof of the neutron multiplication accompanying the fission of uranium nuclei after neutron capture" (Printing and the Mind of Man, 422). Halban, Joliot, and Kowarski reported that several free neutrons are released for each uranium that splits. Their experiments "recognized that under suitable conditions such secondary neutrons might in turn induce fission in other nuclei, setting in motion a chain reaction capable of sustaining itself until the uranium was entirely consumed" (Sikme, Lise Meitner: A Life in Physics, 261). The "experiments raised the prospect that fission might be used to generate immense quantities of energy" (ibid). CONDITION & DETAILS: London: Macmillan. 4to. (10.5 x 7.5 inches; 262 x 188mm). Original paper wraps with very slight remnants of creases within. Clean and bright inside and out.

      [Bookseller: Atticus Rare Books]
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        La double maîtresse.

      Paris, L. Carteret, 1939. - In-4°, 432p. Edition limitée à 200 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin de Rives. Illustré de 43 gouaches, dont 23 hors texte, de F. de Marliave. Très bel exemplaire habillé d'une reliure parfaitement établie signée Kaufmann. Reliure plein maroquin rouge à longs grains, dos à faux-nerfs, entrenerfs ornés de caissons dorés, premier plat frappé d'une armoirie dorée, contreplats en velin vert avec encadrements dorés, filet sur coupes, tête dorée, couverture et dos conservés, sous étui bordé doublé de velours. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Le Cabinet d'Amateur]
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        Frijoles Canyon Pictographs Recorded In woodcuts And Hand Printed By Gustave Baumann. With Foreword By Alfred Vincent Kidder. Typography by Willard Clark. Hand-Made Case by Hazel Dreis

      Santa Fe, New Mexico, : Writers&#39; Editions, Inc., 1939. First edition not the reprint. 500 copies printed in Sante Fe. This is a variant as the limitation stated is 500 copies not 480 copies. I know of no other copy with this limitation. A presentaion copy in green ink from Gustave Baumann which reads: To Sandia School for happy visits to Frijoles Canyon. Gus Baumann, Oct. 2-------41. Presentation inscription is on the blank side of the color woodcut frontispiece. . Decorated cloth over boards. Endpapers are woodcuts depicting Frijoles Canyon. Printed labels on front cover and spine. . Faint stamps of the Manzano Day School on each of the front endpapers. Affixed to the interior of the back board is a plain library book pocket. The stamps and the book pocket would normally be expertly removed but in this case, the exception proves the rule, they have been kept as they show the provenance from the school which received this gift in 1941 from Gustave Baumann. Fine as to contents and binding. . Tall 8vo. [46 pp. ]. 1 folding four page wood cut signed by the artist, 2 double page wood cuts, 20 full page wood cuts. 2 black and white tail pieces. The exact number of woodcuts varies depending on how you count them. If one counts each woodcut then there are 30 altogether. This book is published by Writers&#39; Editions, Inc., a cooperative group of writers living in the Southwest, who believe that regional publication should foster the growth of American art and literature".

      [Bookseller: Richard L. Press, Fine and Scholarly Boo]
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        Onward Jewish Soldiers

      Los Angeles: Anti-Communist Federation of America, 1939. First Edition. Broadside. Very Good. First Edition. Broadside. A truly rare handbill produced by the Anti-Communist Federation of America, an organization which had little to do with anti-Communism but was instead a virulently anti-Semitic group allied with the German American Bund. Both organizations aggressively counter-attacked the Jewish boycott of Germany in the U.S. that began in 1933 following Adolph Hitler&#39;s appointment as Chancellor. (In March 1933, the American Jewish Congress and Jewish War Veterans--and later, the Jewish Labor Committee--began a series of highly publicized rallies in New York and seventy other cities calling for an American boycott of German goods and services.) While the Bund focused its efforts against Jewish influence in the government, the Federation attacked Hollywood. On Washington&#39;s Birthday in 1939, the Federation--in concert with the infamous Bund rally at Madison Square Gardens--launched its propaganda attack in Los Angeles. Among the literature provided for distribution were two different handbills, "Boycott the Movies" and "Onward Jewish Soldiers!" The caricatures featured on both would have been right at home in Julius Streicher&#39;s "Der Sturmer" newspaper. While "Boycott" attacked Hollywood as "the Sodom and Gomorrha where International Jewry controls Vice, Dope, [and] Gambling [and] where young gentile girls are raped," "Onward" featured a cartoon drawing of four ne&#39;er do well soldiers with large hook-noses wearing Star of David shoulder patches and carrying a Star-of-David flag.The text of the handbill contains a satirical "resolution" for the United States to form an all Jewish Army to "Give the Jews a chance . . . If They want War against Germany, let Them fight, While We Attend To Our People, Our Problems, and Our Nation." One point of the resolution calls for "leading Jews" in Hollywood (including Eddy Cantor, Walter Winchell, Jack Benny, George Burns, Paul Muni, Edward G. Robinson, the Marx Brothers, and the Ritz Brothers) to be commissioned to lead this force. These handbills are almost never seen outside of institutions, and the few institutional examples are usually in poor condition. This handbill is complete with no rips, tears, or missing pieces. It is clean with only a few small, light smudges. There are creases from where it was once folded in eighths.

      [Bookseller: Read 'Em Again Books, ABAA]
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        The Grapes of Wrath

      NY, Viking, 1939, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. His masterpiece and winner of the Pulitzer Prize in the correct first issue dust jacket as illustrated by Elmer Hader, this is an Author Presentation/Association Copy being inscribed to Vincent Sheean ("For Vincent Sheean/John Steinbeck"), Sheean was a published author as well as a newspaper reporter who was a favorite drinking buddy of Ernest Hemingway and who had a knack of being in the right place at the right time for news events, he is mentioned in a Hemingway-related story in Jack Benson&#39;s biography of Steinbeck (The True Adventures of John Steinbeck, Writer), below Steinbeck&#39;s inscription Sheean has written "Although it is signed to me, Mr. Steinbeck/intended this book to go for/the Spanish intellectuals/in exile--/Vincent Sheean," signed presentation copies of The Grapes of Wrath are scarce, Goldstone & Payne A12a, see Morrow 106. Very good indeed, now housed in a custom clamshell case.

      [Bookseller: James M. Dourgarian, Bookman]
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        The World Is Round

      New York: William Scott, 1939. First. hardcover. fine. Illustrated by Clement Hurd. Printed on a deep-rose pink paper with the type in blue and the illustrations by Clement Hurd in blue and white. Thin 4to, handsomely rebound in 1/2 purple morocco, marbled boards.New York: William Scott, (1939). First Edition. Fine. Signed on the fly leaf by both Stein & Hurd.

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        An American Exodus

      New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1939. First edition. Very good or better in a slightly less than very good unclipped, second issue dust jacket, with the jacket showing light to moderate edgewear, chipping, particularly along the folds and to the spine at crown. A very slight amount of wear to the cloth at the spine at crown but negligible. Light foxing, spotting to the first few pages of text, but no markings or inscriptions. A servicable (if not a ruggedly charming) copy of this title, featured in every photography book survey (Roth, Parr, Open Book) and certainly one of Lange&#39;s most important and enduring efforts.

      [Bookseller: John Kehoe, Bookseller ABAA]
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        Lions and Shadows

      Lions and Shadows An Education in the Twenties. Published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf at The Hogarth Press in 1939. First edition, first impression. Edges a little dusty, otherwise VG+ first state blue cloth with black lettering to the spine in VG unclipped dustwrapper (by Robert Medley) which is worn to the extremeties. One of 3,580 copies printed [Woolmer 431] The title \"Lions and Shadows\" was also that of Isherwood\'s first and never-to-be pblished novel.Published: The Hogarth Press, 1938

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        Arbeiter-Delegierte und die Sieger aus dem Reichsberufswettkampf als Gäste der Reichsregierung in Berlin, 1. Mai 1939. Mit 20 Original-Fotografien in einer Faltmappe.,

      Berlin, Eigenverlag, 1939 - 20 Original-Fotos ( ca. 13,0 x 18,0 cm) in schwarzweiß montiert auf braunem mamoriertem Karton., Die Faltmappe ist gering berieben, sonst seltenes und gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Die Abbildungen enthalten u.a. die Reichskanzlei, Aufmärsche, Kundgebungen, einen Festakt usw. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1200 ca. 25,0 cm x 21,0 cm. brauner OKarton mit einerm Deckelbild als Medaille gearbeitet zum Reichsberufswettkampf am 1. Mai 1939., [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Arbeiter-Delegierte und die Sieger aus dem Reichsberufswettkampf als Gäste der Reichsregierung in Berlin, 1. Mai 1939. Mit 20 Original-Fotografien in einer Faltmappe.

      Berlin, Eigenverlag, 1939.. 20 Original-Fotos ( ca. 13,0 x 18,0 cm) in schwarzweiß montiert auf braunem mamoriertem Karton., ca. 25,0 cm x 21,0 cm. brauner OKarton mit einerm Deckelbild als Medaille gearbeitet zum Reichsberufswettkampf am 1. Mai 1939.,. Die Faltmappe ist gering berieben, sonst seltenes und gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Die Abbildungen enthalten u.a. die Reichskanzlei, Aufmärsche, Kundgebungen, einen Festakt usw.

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        Über den Nachweis und das Verhalten her bei der Bestrahlung des Urans mittels Neutronen entstehenden Erdalkalimetalle" & "Nachweis weiterer aktiver Bruchstücke bei der Uranspaltung" & "Über die Bruchstüke beim Zerplatzen des Urans" & "Zur Frage nach der Existenz der Trans-Urane" & "Weitere Spaltprodukte aus der Bestrahlung des Urans mit Neutronen" in Die Naturwissenschaften, Volume 27, 1939

      - FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING OF THE SEMINAL PAPERS THAT TOGETHER CONSTITUTE THE FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT OF NUCLEAR FISSION. In the first of these 5 papers, Hahn and Strassmann complete experiments in which they had observed barium isotopes as the result of bombardment of uranium with neutrons. On the evidence of these experiments, the two then concluded in "Ueber den Nachweis" that the uranium nucleus had "?burst' into atomic nuclei of medium weight. This was the discovery of nuclear fission. Their radiochemical results showed irrefutable proof that uranium had been split into fragments consisting of lighter elements. While Hahn and Strassmann discovered fission reaction, they didn't fully understand what they had discovered. In the coming years, Lise Meitner would provide an explanation of what Hahn and Strassmann had seen. In December 1938, when Hahn and Strassmann looked for transuranium elements in a uranium sample that had been bombarded with neutrons, they found traces of barium. The barium was detected by the use of an organic barium salt constructed by Wilhelm Traube, a Jewish chemist who was later arrested and murdered despite Hahn's efforts to save him. On the evidence of the decisive experiment on 17 December 1938 (the celebrated "radium-barium-mesothorium-fractionation"), Otto Hahn concluded that the uranium nucleus had "burst" into atomic nuclei of medium weight. This was the discovery of nuclear fission. On 22 December 1938, Hahn and Fritz Strassmann sent a manuscript to Naturwissenschaften ("Uber den Nachweis und das Verhalten der bei der Bestrahlung des Urans mittles Neutronen entstehenden Erdalkalimetalle" offered here) reporting their radiochemical results, which were the irrefutable proof that the uranium had been split into fragments consisting of lighter elements. Of this discovery, Meitner later wrote: "The discovery of nuclear fission by Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann opened up a new era in human history. It seems to me that what makes the science behind this discovery so remarkable is that it was achieved by purely chemical means" (Wikipedia). CONDITION & DETAILS: Berlin: Springer. Die Naturwissenschaften, Volume 27, 1939. Quarto (10.75 x 7.75 inches; 269 x 194mm). 862pp. Full volume bound in black cloth over marbled paper. Very slight scuffing to the marbled paper and bumping of the edge tips. Gilt lettered at the spine. Clean and bright inside and out. Very good condition.

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        Group of pamphlets issued by IBM&#39;s Endicott plant

      1939-1945. <p>IBM. (1) A visit to the Endicott plant of the International Business Machines Corporation. 31pp. Endicott, NY: Press of International Business Machines Corp., 1938. 228 x 154 mm. Original printed wrappers. (2) IBM factory training school 1939-1940. 34, [2]pp. Endicott, NY: International Business Machines Corporation Educational Department, 1939. 215 x 142 mm. Original printed wrappers, slightly soiled. Stamp on front wrapper. (3) Facts about our factory. 30, [2]pp. Text illustrations. Endicott, NY: International Business Machines Corporation, 1939. 239 x 154 mm. Original printed wrappers. Small rust-marks on a few leaves. (4) Guide manual. 55pp. 3 folding diagrams. Endicott, NY: International Business Machines Corporation, 1940. 224 x 150 mm. Original printed wrappers, spine a bit worn. (5) Employes&#146; manual. 37, [3]pp. Endicott, NY: International Business Machines Corporation, 1943. 230 x 155 mm. Original printed wrappers, slightly soiled. Stamp on front wrapper. (6) Shop terms. Prepared by the Department of Education, International Business Machines Corporation. 106pp. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1945. 192 x 134 mm. Original printed wrappers. Together 6 items. Library of Congress duplicate stamp on back wrappers and perforated library stamp on several leaves, pencil notations on four of the pamphlets. Very good.</p> <p>First Editions of these scarce informational pamphlets issued by IBM during the period just before the invention of the electronic computer, when the company dominated the market for punch-card tabulators and other calculating and data-processing machines. The pamphlets give a glimpse into IBM&#146;s corporate culture during this time: The company maintained a training school for workers at its Endicott factory, as well as a research library, on-site medical department, country club (complete with two golf courses, a bowling alley and a pistol range) and music room for the company-sponsored band, orchestra and glee clubs. IBM also offered tours of its Endicott plant; the Guide Manual listed as no. (4) includes maps of the factory with tour routes and points of interest indicated.</p>

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        The Local

      Cassell and Co. Ltd, London, 1939. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: Edward Ardizzone. Size: Octavo (standard book size). .. Boards lightly marked and rubbed ( see images).Contents clean and crisp with no defects of note. Illustrator: Edward Ardizzone. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Inventory No: 15271..

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        THE BIG SLEEP

      Alfred A. Knopf, 1939., 1939. First edition. Author&#39;s first book. Fine, bright square copy with top edge dark blue and un-faded in dust jacket with a tiny (1/8") closed tear to top edge of rear panel and a tiny (1/8") closed tear and one inch wrinkle to bottom edge of the rear panel. A Haycraft/Queen Cornerstone mystery novel and an exceptional copy. Made into two films of the same name, in 1946 starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, and in 1978 starring Robert Mitchum and Sarah Miles. Housed in a two-tone quarter leather and cloth clam shell case with a leather label on the spine and the titles stamped in gold gilt.

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        Signed Photograph of Porter by Platt Lynes, 7 x 9 inches, sepia toned, inscribed in 1939, with photographer&#39;s stamp on verso with notation

      . This beautiful image of Porter shows her in evening gown seated in profile with a bouquet in lower left foreground. She is posed next to the floral arrangement looking contemplatively towards the right. She signs in a free area of the upper right corner, "For...From Katherine Anne, Sprint 1939." "George Platt Lynes" with address is stamped on verso with docketing below in pencil indicating the photograph is that of Porter. An elegant image.

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        In the Teeth of the Evidence and Other Stories.

      Victor Gollancz 1939 - FIRST EDITION, pp.286, crown 8vo, original black cloth, backstrip lettered in orange with very slight lean to spine, edges toned with a few faint foxspots to fore-edge, light fading to dustjacket with darkened backstrip panel, a touch frayed around head with some very light soiling and some faintly visible erased writing in pencil on rear panel , good (Gilbert A32a)

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        Costumes Espagnols. Preface by Jacques Soustelle

      French and European Publications, New York 1939 - Folio. (15 3/4 x 12 1/4 inches). Preface by Jacques Soustelle. 40 coloured pochoir plates. Publisher's decorative paper-boards portfolio, cloth ties. One of 1000 numbered copies. Includes wonderful plates illustrating traditional folk dress of Spain produced by the color pochoir process and printed by Renson Fils. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Moses Man of the Mountain

      Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co, 1939. First edition. Near Fine/Near Fine. A clean, sharp copy of the book with tape ghosts on the end papers and a previous owner&#39;s bookplate on the front paste-down, otherwise clean and likely unread. In a Near Fine dust jacket with minor wear at the spine ends and one short crack near the spine fold that has been professionally closed on the verso with archival tape. In all, a copy that is decidedly above average. & & Hurston&#39;s fanciful retelling of the Moses story drawn from and blending the old testament with black folklore and song. The resulting novel is a passionate, powerful work written from a unique perspective. Near Fine in Near Fine. dust jacket.

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        The Mechanism of Nuclear Fission" (Bohr & Wheeler) + "On Continued Gravitational Contraction" (Oppenheimer) in Physical Review, September 1, 1939, Vol. 56, 5, pp. 426-50; pp. 455-59. AND "Fission of Protactinium" (Bohr & Wheeler) + "On Pair Emission in the Proton Bombardment of Fluorine" (Oppenheimer & Schwinger" in Physical Review, November 15, 1939, Vol. 56, 10. pp. 1065-1066 and pp. 1066-1067

      - FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPS OF TWO SEMINAL PAPERS IN THE HISTORY OF PHYSICS. Two other papers by Oppenheimer, Bohr, and Wheeler wherein they were able to confirm the findings in the first two papers are included in another issue, this too in original wraps. Of the papers in the first issue, BOHR & WHEELER'S "The mechanism of nuclear fission" is the first fully worked out theory of nuclear fission and it laid the groundwork for atomic and hydrogen bombs. "The paper is a masterpiece of clear thinking and lucid writing. It reveals, at the center of the mystery of fission, a tiny world where everything can be calculated and everything understood. The tiny world is a nucleus of uranium 236, formed when a neutron is freshly captured by a nucleus of uranium 235. The uranium 236 nucleus sits precisely on the border between classical and quantum physics." By studying this process in detail, they show how the complementary views provided by classical and quantum pictures are both essential to the understanding of nature. Without the combined power of classical and quantum concepts, the intricacies of the fission process could never have been understood. Bohr's notion of complementarity is triumphantly vindicated" (Barrow, Science and Ultimate Reality, xvii). Also included are two other important papers on nuclear fission and the atomic bomb, also by Bohr. OPPENHEIMER & SNYDER'S "On continued gravitational contraction" constitutes the very first theoretical prediction of a singularity when a sufficiently large neutron star collapses. This phenomenon was later to be coined as a black hole. "Had J. Robert Oppenheimer not led the US effort to build the atomic bomb, he might still have been remembered for figuring out how a black hole could form" (American Physical Society). This paper has been described as the forgotten birth of black holes. BOHR & WHEELER'S "The Fission of Protactinium" demonstrates that the fission of protactinium agreed with their predictions in "Mechanism of Nuclear Fission." OPPENHEIMER & SCHWINGER'S "On pair emission" wherein they explain the observed effect as the existence of vacuum polarization, the virtual creation, for short periods of time, of electron-positron pairs. CONDITION & DETAILS: Lancaster: American Institute of Physics, 1939. Royal 8vo. (10.5 x 8 inches); 267 x 203 mm. Two full issues, each in original paper wraps. Very slight edge wear; the second issue (the less important of the two), Issue 10, has a small amount of darkening around the edges (something common to Physical Reviews in original wraps). It is minor. Issue 10 also has two small and very, very light ex-libris stamps on the cover; Issue 5 is NOT ex-libris. Both issues are tightly and very solidly bound; both are bright and very clean throughout. Issue 5 is in fine condition. Issue 10 in very good condition.

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        Energy Production in Stars" in Physical Review, 55, 1939, pp. 103-104

      - FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPS of Bethe's seminal paper work on neucleosynthesis, "Energy Production in Stars." Bethe's work on nuclear reactions relied heavily on the development of quantum mechanics, and resulted in the occurance of some classically forbidden reactions; and this same work led him to discover the reactions that supply the energy in stars. Realizing that a far more rapid increase "was needed to explain the vastily larger energy production in hotter stars," Bethe discovered "the CNO cycle and computed its properties, [telling himself that] to obtain a steeper energy dependence he had to find a reaction involving a higher potential barrier, i.e., a nucleus with a higher charge" (Brandt, Harvest of the Century, 261-262). Proceeding systematically through the Periodic Table, Bethe finally got to carbon. As he wrote "in the case of carbon the reaction works out beautifully" (ibid). Bethe's Nobel Prize represents the first time an astrophysical subject was recognized by the Nobel Committee. CONDITION & DETAILS: Lancaster: American Physical Society 55, Number 1, January 1, 1939. Quarto (10.5 x 8 inches; 267 x 203mm). Entire issue. Original wraps with very slight chipping at the spine. Near fine condition. Small closed tear at the foot of the last 10 pages and rear wrap (.25 inch); minor scuffing to the rear wrap. Very good condition.

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        Instantaneous Emission of Fast Neutrons in the Interaction of Slow Neutrons with Uranium" (Szilárd, Leo and Zinn, Walter H.) AND "Energy Production in Stars" (Bethe) with "Energy Production in Stars II" (Bethe) AND "On Massive Neutron Cores" (Oppenheimer, Robert & Volkoff, G. M.) AND "Resonance in Uranium and Thorium Disintegrations and the Phenomenon of Nuclear Fission" (Bohr, Niels) AND "Production of Neutrons in Uranium Bombarded by Neutrons" (Anderson, Herbert L, Fermi, Enrico & Hanstein, H. B. AND "Static Solutions of Einstein's Field Equations for Spheres of Fluid" (Tolman, Richard) AND "The Molecular Beam Resonance Method for Measuring Nuclear Magnetic Moments" (Rabi, I, Millman, S., Kusch, P. & Zacharias J. R.) in Physical Review,

      - FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING of SLIZARD & ZINN's landmark "Instantaneous Emission of Fast Neutrons in the Interaction of Slow Neutrons with Uranium" confirmed 'instantaneous' neutron multiplication, showing that it meets the requirement for nuclear bombs. Some argue this is one of the most important papers in atomic/nuclear physics. BETHE's seminal papers on neucleosynthesis, "Energy Production in Stars" and "Energy Production in Stars II" rely heavily on the development of quantum mechanics, going so far as to allow some classically forbidden reactions to occur. Bethe's work on nuclear reactions relied heavily on the development of quantum mechanics, and resulted in the occurrence of some classically forbidden reactions; and this same work led him to discover the reactions that supply the energy in stars. Realizing that a far more rapid increase "was needed to explain the vastily larger energy production in hotter stars," Bethe discovered "the CNO cycle and computed its properties, [telling himself that] to obtain a steeper energy dependence he had to find a reaction involving a higher potential barrier, i.e., a nucleus with a higher charge" (Brandt, Harvest of the Century, 261-262). Proceeding systematically through the Periodic Table, Bethe finally got to carbon. As he wrote "in the case of carbon the reaction works out beautifully" (ibid). Bethe's Nobel Prize represents the first time an astrophysical subject was recognized by the Nobel Committee. TOLMAN's "Static Solutions of Einstein's Field Equations for Spheres of Fluid" described his method for applying Einstein's field equations to static spheres of fluid. OPPENHEIMER & VOLKOFF applied Tolman's method to calculate the gravitational equilibrium of a neutron star and predict the conditions under which it will continue collapsing into a black hole. BOHR's "Resonance in Uranium and Thorium Disintegrations and the Phenomenon of Nuclear Fission" is Bohr's attempt to begin an explanation of nuclear fission. ANDERSON, FERMI & HANSTEIN's "Production of Neutrons in Uranium Bombarded by Neutrons" provided the first estimation of the magnitude of neutron multiplication showing that it meets the requirement for sustained nuclear fission. RABI, MILLMAN, KUSCH, ZACHARIAS's "The Molecular Beam Resonance Method for Measuring Nuclear Magnetic Moments" is the author's indepth paper on their use of NMR to determine nuclear magnetic moments. 1939 is often spoken of as the second (think Einstein) most productive year in the history of physics. Together with Volume 56 (also listed), this volume includes an astonishingly large selection of important papers. CONDITION & DETAILS: Lancaster: American Institute of Physics, 1939. Royal 8vo. (10.5 x 8 inches); 267 x 203mm. Entire volume in contemporary full black cloth, gilt-lettered at the spine. Ex-libris with minimal markings. Very light and slight ghosting at the spine from the removal of a label -- all but invisible. Small stamp (covered) on the title page. Tightly and very solidly bound. Bright and very clean throughout. Near fine condition.

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        Energy Production in Stars" (Bethe) with "Energy Production in Stars II" (Bethe) AND "Instantaneous Emission of Fast Neutrons in the Interaction of Slow Neutrons with Uranium" (Szilárd, Leo and Zinn, Walter H.) AND "On Massive Neutron Cores" (Oppenheimer, Robert & Volkoff, G. M.) AND "Resonance in Uranium and Thorium Disintegrations and the Phenomenon of Nuclear Fission" (Bohr, Niels) AND "Production of Neutrons in Uranium Bombarded by Neutrons" (Anderson, Herbert L, Fermi, Enrico & Hanstein, H. B. AND "Static Solutions of Einstein's Field Equations for Spheres of Fluid" (Tolman, Richard) AND "The Molecular Beam Resonance Method for Measuring Nuclear Magnetic Moments" (Rabi, I, Millman, S., Kusch, P. & Zacharias J. R.) in Physical Review,

      - FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING of Bethe's seminal papers on neucleosynthesis, "Energy Production in Stars" and "Energy Production in Stars II." Bethe's work on nuclear reactions relied heavily on the development of quantum mechanics, and resulted in the occurance of some classically forbidden reactions; and this same work led him to discover the reactions that supply the energy in stars. Realizing that a far more rapid increase "was needed to explain the vastily larger energy production in hotter stars," Bethe discovered "the CNO cycle and computed its properties, [telling himself that] to obtain a steeper energy dependence he had to find a reaction involving a higher potential barrier, i.e., a nucleus with a higher charge" (Brandt, Harvest of the Century, 261-262). Proceeding systematically through the Periodic Table, Bethe finally got to carbon. As he wrote "in the case of carbon the reaction works out beautifully" (ibid). Bethe's Nobel Prize represents the first time an astrophysical subject was recognized by the Nobel Committee. SLIZARD & ZINN's "Instantaneous Emission of Fast Neutrons in the Interaction of Slow Neutrons with Uranium" confirmed 'instantaneous' neutron multiplication, showing that it meets the requirement for nuclear bombs. Some argue this is one of the most important papers in atomic/nuclear physics. TOLMAN's "Static Solutions of Einstein's Field Equations for Spheres of Fluid" described his method for applying Einstein's field equations to static spheres of fluid. OPPENHEIMER & VOLKOFF applied Tolman's method to calculate the gravitational equilibrium of a neutron star and predict the conditions under which it will continue collapsing into a black hole. BOHR's "Resonance in Uranium and Thorium Disintegrations and the Phenomenon of Nuclear Fission" is Bohr's attempt to begin an explanation of nuclear fission. ANDERSON, FERMI & HANSTEIN's "Production of Neutrons in Uranium Bombarded by Neutrons" provided the first estimation of the magnitude of neutron multiplication showing that it meets the requirement for sustained nuclear fission. RABI, MILLMAN, KUSCH, ZACHARIAS's "The Molecular Beam Resonance Method for Measuring Nuclear Magnetic Moments" is the author's indepth paper on their use of NMR to determine nuclear magnetic moments. 1939 is often spoken of as the second (think Einstein) most productive year in the history of physics. Together with Volume 56 (also listed), this volume includes an astonishingly large selection of important papers. CONDITION & DETAILS: Lancaster: American Institute of Physics, 1939. Royal 8vo. (10.5 x 8 inches); 267 x 203mm. Entire volume in contemporary full black cloth, gilt-lettered at the spine. Ex-libris with minimal markings. Very light and slight ghosting at the spine from the removal of a label -- all but invisible. Small stamp (covered) on the title page. Tightly and very solidly bound. Bright and very clean throughout. Near fine condition.

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        Field Theory of Nuclear Interaction," (Kemmer) WITH "Visible Radiation Produced by Electrons Moving in a Medium with Velocities Exceeding that of Light" (Cherenkov) "Note on the Radiation Field of the Electron" (Bloch) WITH "The Low Frequency Radiation of a Scattered Election" (Nordsieck) WITH "On the Mathematical Description of Light Nuclei by the Method of Resonating Group Structure" (Wheeler) in Physical Review 52, July to December 1937, pp. 54-59; pp. 59-62; pp. 378-379; pp. 906-910; pp. 1107-1122

      FIRST EDITION VOLUME 52 OF THE PHYSICAL REVIEW HOUSING 5 IMPORTANT PHYSICS PAPERS. In "Field Theory of Nuclear Interaction," Nicholas Kemmer proposes the first of two alternative currents required for electroweak synthesis. In "Visible Radiation Produced by Electrons," Pavel Cherenkov describes the theory of Cherenkov radiation, the effect wherein light emitted by a transparent medium when charged particles pass through it at a speed greater than the speed of light in the medium. "Cherenkov observed the emission of blue light from a bottle of water subjected to radioactive bombardment. This phenomenon, associated with charged atomic particles moving at velocities greater than the speed of light in the local medium, proved to be of great importance in subsequent experimental work in nuclear physics, and for the study of cosmic rays" (Wikipedia). In "On the Mathematical Description of Light Nuclei by the Method of Resonating Group Structure" contains Wheeler&#39;s important introduction of the S-Matrix. In "Note on the Radiation Field of the Electron," Bloch and Nordsieck point out the limitations of QED at that time. Their work "shows how in field theory to avoid the infinity associated with the &#39;infra-red catastrophy&#39; -- the emission of low frequency photons which tends to infinity in quantum theory (Hartman, A Memoir on the Physical Review," 168). Following this, Nordsieck then uses this new technique in calculating the radiative scattering of electrons in "The Low Frequency Radiation of a Scattered Electron." CONDITION & DETAILS: Lancaster: American Institute of Physics, July to December 1939. Quarto (10 x 8 inches; 250 x 203mm). Entire volume handsomely rebound in half black cloth over aged marbled paper boards. Gilt ruled and lettered at the spine. Ex-libris bearing only a small perforated stamp on the title page, a number on the publication page, and a stamp on the rear blank flyleaf; no other library markings whatsoever. Tightly and very solidly bound. Bright and very clean throughout. Near fine condition.

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