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        Art of this Century. Objects - Drawings - Photographs - Paintings - Sculpture - Collages 1910 to 1942. Edited by Peggy Guggenheim

      New York, Art of This Century - Thirty West Fifty-Seventh Street NY, 1942 - 156 S. mit sehr zahlreichen schwarz/weiss Abbildungen. Erste und einzige Ausgabe. Eins 2500 Exemplaren. "The purpose of this book is to serve as a catalogue to the permanent collection exhibited at ART OF THIS CENTURY. As most things change unexpectedly during the course of their development this catalogue has, to my great surprise, become an anthology of non-realistic art covering the period of 1910 to 1942. Its limitations are due to the fact that it contains only reproductions of paintings and sculpture owned by me. I do hope that the next edition will be more complete and that I shall be able to acquire several other important works that represent phases of the evolution of this art." (Peggy Guggenheim, S. 9) Beide Kapitale leicht rasiert, sonst gutes Exemplar. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1200 4° Farbig bedruckter Originalleinenband (nach einer Zeichnung von Max Ernst).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder]
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        We of the Never-Never

      Hutchinson, London 1942 - 151st thousand [1942]/ 1908. Octavo, 248 pages with a map plus 16 plates. Black cloth; trifling signs of use and age; an excellent copy with the dustwrapper, fresh and bright, having been removed, folded and stored since new (albeit with heavy vertical and horizontal creases and a small tear at the rear). Provenance: Edward Edgar Pescott (1872-1954), horticulturalist, naturalist and author, with his 1942 bookplate (by George Perrottet). Loosely inserted is an autograph letter signed from the author, Jeannie Gunn (nee Taylor) to Pescott (small quarto, 3 pages, 29 July 1940, complete with the envelope addressed by Gunn). She begins with thanks for his recent birthdays greetings to her, but the bulk of the letter concerns matters (not) arising in Pescott's 'little Bonwick book. . . Personally I would like to say from myself how much I appreciate your most tactful leaving unsaid of any reference to poor little Auntie Annie's first & disastrous marriage that left only bitterness & recrimination in the hearts of so many of those most nearly concerned - Poor children! Auntie Annie was just a gay spoiled little child of 16 - & gay and spoiled she remained all through her 90 years. And poor Uncle John was just a broken-hearted boy in his young twenties at her desertion of him in his bitter adversity . . . There is just one thing in it all to dear old James Bonwick's honour - He remained the truest & most loyal friend to John Taylor's parents all their life - especially perhaps to my mother!'. Auntie Annie was Esther Annie Bonwick, one of the children of James Bonwick. Please use the 'Ask Bookseller a Question' link below to confirm availability and postage charges. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Michael Treloar Booksellers ANZAAB/ILAB]
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        LEGENDE VON HOMER DEM FAHRENDEN SANGER EIN ALTGRIECHISCHES VOLKSBUCH

      Koehler & Amelang, 1942. TEDESCO 0,15 Pagine leggemente ingiallite dal tempo, con 4 tavole in nero fuori testo, rilegatura editoriale cartonata, priva del dorso, ingiallita ai bordi e con lieve usura alle punte USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Maskinskrivet manuskript med ett flertal egenhändigt skrivna änringar och tillägg

      Brev, dokument, handskrift. Ett manuskript som omfattar tre maskinskrivna sidor, skrivet av Vilhelm Moberg, med ett stort antal egenhändigt skrivna ändringar och tillägg. Moberg använde manuskriptet vid ett tal som han höll i Lund den 31 oktober 1942 på inbjudan av Smålands nation. I manuskriptet står bland annat: "Detta är roten och blodsbandet, detta är för mig fosterland och hembygd, det omistliga, som aldrig kan utbytas mot något annat, det okränkbara området, där intet främmande får inkräkta". "Det är de dödas land och de levandes, och det är allas vår andliga arvslott. Den arvslotten skall icke släppas så länge fria män och kvinnor ännu trampar marken i denna fria bygd". Det går inte att ta miste på att detta tal hölls mitt under det andra världskriget. Småland får här representera hela vårt land. Talet hölls av den anledningen att Moberg hade utsetts till hedersledamot av Smålands Nation i Lund. Manuskriptet innehåller många handskrivna ändringar och tillägg. Det är på tre sidor och mäter 28,5 cm x 22,5 cm. Det förekommer veck och kantrevor, men texten är helt intakt och i gott skick.

      [Bookseller: Handelsbolaget Bladverket]
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        Poems for a Competition / Emily Chamberlain Cook Prize in Poetry / Twenty-sixth Award -- 1942

      The Fugitive Press, Sacramento, California 1942 - Robert Hayward Barlow (1918-1951) was 13 when he started corresponding with pulp magazine writers H.P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard. But he already had the instincts of a preservationist -- he convinced Lovecraft to stop throwing away his scrawled manuscripts after a story was published; Barlow offered to type the stories and send Lovecraft the typed copies if he could keep the autograph manuscripts. Barlow was attempting to write fantasy tales; Lovecraft -- who traveled to Florida for several extended visits -- undertook to tutor the youth in fiction writing. The two collaborated on six stories, including "The Night Ocean" (which new research has shown to be almost entirely Barlow's.) Barlow went on to write superb short stories without Lovecraft's help, including "A Dim-Remembered Story," "The Root-Gatherers," and "Return by Sunset." The older members of Lovecraft's coterie took offense when they learned he'd named young Barlow -- then 19 -- his literary executor. Barlow donated all the original materials to the John Hay Library at Brown. But Lovecraft disciples August Derleth and Donald Wandrei wanted to collect the master's stories in a book; they were not amused when Barlow published Lovecraft's commonplace book in a letterpress edition of seventy-five copies. They spread rumors that Barlow had pilfered books from Lovecraft's library. The macabre writer and artist Clark Ashton Smith responded by sending Barlow a note: "Please do not write me or try to communicate with me in any way. I do not wish to see you or hear from you after your conduct in regard to the estate of a late beloved friend." Barlow wrote the effect of the letter "was of cutting out my entrails with a meat cleaver," notes Paul La Farge in The New Yorker (March, 2017). He had been exiled from the literary universe that had been the focus of his life. He thought about killing himself, but instead decided to pursue an (apparently unrelated) interest in anthropology, ending up at Berkeley, where he studied under Alfred Kroeber, whose work with Ishi, the last of California's Stone Age Indians, had made him famous. Barlow's poignant memoir of Lovecraft, "The Wind That Is In the Grass" can be found in "Marginalia" (Arkham House, 1944.) In 1942, when Barlow was finishing up his degree at Berkeley, he wrote "Poems for a Competition," which won both the 26th Emily Chamberlain Cook Prize for the best unpublished verse submitted by an undergraduate, AND the Ina Coolbrith Memorial Prize. After accepting a teaching position at the City College of Mexico, where he became a noted expert on the Nahuatl language and was appointed head of the Anthropology Department, he produced a second book of verse, "View from a Hill" (1947.) Lovecraft biographer S.T. Joshi describes both volumes as "scintillating." But where are they? Afraid of being outed as a homosexual by a disgruntled student (he probably would have lost his job and could even have been prosecuted), Barlow committed suicide in 1951. Although Barlow wrote numerous learned papers, and the book "The Extent of the Empire of the Culhua Mexico" (University of California, 1949), the only books of general interest in his known bibliography are the two slim volumes of verse, "Poems for a Competition" (Fugitive Press, 1942) and "View from a Hill" (Azcapotzalco, 1947). Look for them, and all you'll learn is that "their entire contents are reprinted in 'Eyes of the God,'" a 2002 anthology. Of the originals, no trace. Except that two copies of "Poems for a Competition," a 16-page octavo on quality paper in brown wraps, turn out to have been neatly hand-taped into boards and stored away in the archives of the University of California, stamped "July 31, 1942," with the words "UNIV OF CALIFORNIA" neatly hole-punched to the title pages. These were archival copies, not lending copies; they bear no card-holders of date due slips. This one is labeled "Cop. 2." In some years of looking, it's the only original we've ever found. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Cat's Curiosities]
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        THIS LITTLE PIGGY AND OTHER COUNTING RHYMES (Little Golden Book 12)

      Simon and Schuster, Inc., New York 1942 - (Little Golden Library) THIS LITTLE PIGGY AND OTHER COUNTING RHYMES (Little Golden Book 12) selected by Phyllis Fraser; illustrated by Roberta Paflin. New York: Simon and Schuster, Inc., 1942, (1942). First edition; first printing. 8vo - 6-5/8" x 8". Blue cloth backed color pictorial paper covered boards in as new condition with nary a flaw. Color pictorial price-clipped dust wrapper with very minor wear to the head and tail of spine and to the corners of the flap folds for what is an incredibly beautiful example of the exceedingly rare wrapper. Orange pictorial paste-on endpapers with the "This book belongs to" box not filled in. 41, [1] pp. The book is a compilation of thirty-seven different counting rhymes that are intended to entertain a young child while teaching them to count. The book is illustrated with both black and white and full color drawings by Paflin, showing all the objects to be counted. Offered here is an absolutely magnificent copy of one of the original twelve titles in The Little Golden Library, all of which were published simultaneously in October, 1942. The condition of the book is AS NEW. The condition of the dust wrapper is NEAR FINE. Rare in the dust wrapper and in this condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Wallace & Clark, Booksellers]
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        Arno Breker

      Paris, Flammarion, 1942, in-4, 115 pp, cartonnage crème de l'époque à la bradel, titre en long, première de couverture conservée [Roland Béosière], Édition originale de cette monographie de Despiau sur les dessins et sculptures de Breker. L'ouvrage est illustré de 120 héliogravures, dans le texte et à pleine page

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        Photograph Signed 'Wallis Windsor' at the foot of the image, (Duchess of, Wallis Simpson, 1896-1986, Wife of Edward VIII)

      1942 - showing her standing full length, full face, on a sunny afternoon, holding the edge of her wide brimmed hat, accompanied by several other ladies on a lawn, 4¾" x 4¼", no place (Bahamas), no date, circa

      [Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB PADA]
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        SEVERAL HAVE LIVED

      Gemor Press, New York 1942 - Limited Edition of 500 copies, set by hand in Spartan type and printed on Zurich paper by Anais Nin's Gemor Press in New York, 1942. This copy is a Signed Presentation copy from Chisholm to British garden designer and writer Peter Coats (1910-90), with Coats's book-plate mounted inside the front cover. Slim 8vo. (44) pp. 3 tipped-in plates from drawings by André Masson, including mounted cover illustration. Publisher's charcoal card covers, title printed in black letters on white paper spine. Very lightly rubbed in places with a couple of miniscule nicks to paper on spine. A Fine example, with a good Association, of this uncommon surrealist collaboration consisting of Masson's drawings and Chisholm's prose / poems. Bookseller Inventory # G423 [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Worlds End Bookshop (ABA, PBFA, ILAB)]
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        Planheft Afrika inklusive den Nachträgen Stand 1. Oktober 1942 / Im Auftrag der Abteilung für Kriegskarten und Vermessungswesen des Heeres / Nur für den Dienstgebrauch / Deutsche Heereskarte Im Auftrag der Abteilung für Kriegskarten- und Vermessungswesen im Generalstab des Heeres

      Berlin, Heeresplankammer, 1942 - ca 200 guter Zustand, wenige Anmerkungen innen, Das Werk ist in 3 Teile gegliedert: A Sonderausgaben, B. Originalkarten, C. Geodätische Grundlagen + Anlagen zu A,B,C G10 *.* Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1650

      [Bookseller: Antiquarische Fundgrube e.U.]
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        TSUSHIMA Il romanzo di una guerra navale. Traduzione dal tedesco dell'Ammiraglio di Squadra Wladimiro Pini.

      Torino, Einaudi, 1942. In-8, brossura, pp. 599. Quinta edizione. Buono stato (good copy).

      [Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas]
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        THIS GUN FOR HIRE

      Triangle Books, [1942]., New York - First edition thus. Originally published in 1936. First Photoplay Edition. Octavo (19.5cm); gray cloth, with titles stamped in dark green on spine; yellow edge-staining; dust jacket; 293 pp. Inscribed by Alan Ladd to Jack Cordes on the front endpaper: "To Jack - Thank you so much for your interest - Best Regards, Alan Ladd." Text edges tanned, as usual, with a tiny tear at crown; Near Fine. Dust jacket shows a few tiny chips at spine ends, short tears along upper flap folds, and light wear to extremities; Very good+. Housed in a custom clamshell case. Basis for the 1942 film noir of the same name, with a screenplay written by Albert Maltz and W.R. Burnett, starring Alan Ladd along side Veronica Lake and Laird Cregar. This Gun For Hire was Ladd's first film appearance, and the only time he ever played a villain. He became famous as a result of the film's success, and would go on to be cast along-side Veronica Lake in The Glass Key and The Blue Dahlia. Ladd died relatively young, and books signed by him are genuinely rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB, IOBA]
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        Tony Sarg's Treasure Book. Alice in Wonderland, Treasure Island & Rip VanWinkle

      New York: B F Jay, 1942. First edition. Hardcover. Near fine. First in Sarg's series of the Treasure Books. This volume, in the original box, contains shortened versions of Alice In Wonderland, Treasure Island & Rip Van Winkle with movables. So far as we can determine, this copy has all of its movable and loose parts save only the rubber moon face, as expected, which has long since dried and shattered. (Nor are we aware of any copy today with the moon face intact.). Movable ship on the cover, Alice has a movable neck; the Queen's invitation is present, the Mad Hatter tips his hat; the black spot and the map are present, the apple barrel has its apples concealing Jim, and there is a net bag with three jewels in it; Rip's fish and fishing line are there also the American flag,and the movable scene in the rear cover. A near fine exemplar. The original box is present, but broken or repaired corners. The top is lightly worn and it quite presentable. Montanaro p. 315.

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books]
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        NOGI STORIA DI UN EROE GIAPPONESE

      DE CARLO, ROMA 1942 - ITALIANO Traduzione di Bartolomeo Balbi, con una prefazione di Romolo Molinelli, pagine brunite causa tempo e con lieve firoitura, brossura editoriale ingiallita, con fioritura e con bordi stanchi, sovraccoperta con fioritura e strappetti ai bordi

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Historie od. Chronick von dem Collegio musico Remi / von seinen Ursprüngen bis auf heute. 1942. Musica mortales recreat.

      [Basel], 1942. - Kl.-4°. 219 einseitig beschriebene Bll. u. 5 weisse Bll. Mit 136 Orig.-Gouache-Zeichnungen, davon 2 ganzs. Weisses Lederalbum auf 5 Bünden mit Metallschliesse (leicht fleckig). Entzückendes, handgeschriebenes und gemaltes Tagebuch eines Basler Musik-Ensembles in den 40er Jahren des 20. Jahrhunderts. Die 136 Gouachen, teils in Miniaturenmalerei zeigen Szenen aus dem gemeinsamen Musikleben der Ensemblemitglieder: Musica mortales recreat. - Des Collegii eygentlich Historien. - Von des Collegii Fortgang etc. - Des Ruders Ruckseyten. - Ein festlich Hausmusic. - Ein Hochzeyt. - Ein Verlöbnuss. - Etliche Belehrungen. - Das kleine Weyhnachtscollegium. - Von des Collegii schöpferischer Kraft. - Ein Geburtstag. - Der Weihnachtstisch. - An einem Professorio - Vom Reisen etc. Lang de

      [Bookseller: Buch + Kunst + hommagerie Sabine Koitka]
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        Les phénomènes de majoration et la surcharge phitiatique dans les divers états névropathiques

      Lyon, E. Vitte, 1942, in-8, 120 pp, (1), broché, couverture imprimée, Exemplaire enrichi d'un amical envoi à Paul Carrier. Travail de thèse de la clinique psychiatrique de Lyon, du docteur Marcelle Houzelot, diplômée de médecine légale et de psychiatrie et de médecine du travail, d'hygiène et de bactériologie. Étude consacrée à l'hystérie, à des "sujets, qui, sans présenter de lésions organiques, n'en restent pas moins des malades" (cf avant-propos) ; soit plus précisément au pithiatisme. Créé au début du siècle par le neurologue français Joseph Babinski, le terme pithiatisme, traduit l'état anormal d'un individu présentant des troubles ne reposant sur aucune réalité organique, susceptibles d'être reproduits très exactement par la suggestion, et guérissables par la persuasion.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        The Short Stories.

      New York: The Modern Library,, 1942. The First Forty-nine Stories and the Play The Fifth Column. Octavo. Original grey cloth, titles to spine gilt on red ground, vignette to front cover gilt, top edge red. With the dust jacket, publishers adverts on verso. An excellent, bright copy in the jacket with slight creasing to edges and short closed tear to head of rear panel. First edition thus, first printing, binding variant A. The contents are the same as the first edition of this collection which was published by Scribner's Sons in 1938. This collection includes The Killers and The Snows of Kilimanjaro.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        THE CHINESE REPOSITORY. Vol. VII. From May, 1838, to April, 1839.

      

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        SOUTHERN HARVEST (Signed)

      The Macmillan Company, New York 1942 - Signed. The First Edition, in a most attractive design binding; in full tan moroccos, with black, green, sea blue, and teal onlays; the southern states and capital cities are stamped in blind on the top and bottom edges of each board, with the first letters stamped in gold; marbled endpaper; housed in a clamshell box, backed in tan morocco over brown cloth. Signed by Clare Leighton. A handsome production. Fine binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: BLACK SWAN BOOKS, INC., ABAA, ILAB]
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        Tony Sarg's Treasure Book Alice in Wonderland, Treasure Island & Rip VanWinkle

      New York: B F Jay, 1942. First edition. Hardcover. Near fine. First in Sarg's series of the Treasure Books. This volume, in the original box, contains shortened versions of Alice In Wonderland, Treasure Island & Rip Van Winkle with movables. So far as we can determine, this copy has all of its movable and loose parts save only the rubber moon face, as expected, which has long since dried and shattered. (Nor are we aware of any copy today with the moon face intact.). Movable ship on the cover, Alice has a movable neck; the Queen's invitation is present, the Mad Hatter tips his hat; the black spot and the map are present, the apple barrel has its apples concealing Jim, and there is a net bag with three jewels in it; Rip's fish and fishing line are there also the American flag,and the movable scene in the rear cover. A near fine exemplar. The original box is present, but broken or repaired corners. The top is lightly worn and it quite presentable. Montanaro p. 315.

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books]
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        Speech Broadcast by The Prime Minister Mr. Winston Churchill, May 10, 1942

      The British Library of Information, New York 1942 - This is a beautifully fine copy of the first English-language edition, only printing of Churchill's May 10, 1942 broadcast address, made on the second anniversary of his becoming wartime Prime Minister. Churchill spoke that night to the British people live from the Cabinet War Room. It was five days later, on a tour of bomber stations, army units, and armaments factories, that Churchill most aptly summed up the overall theme of his broadcast address when he told a Leeds crowd: "We have reached a period in the war when it would be premature to say that we have topped the ridge, but now we see the ridge ahead." Churchill’s 10 May broadcast address looks both back to darker times earlier in the war, and to present challenges that herald a better future. By the end of his second year as Prime Minister, the imminent threat to Britain had eased sufficiently that Churchill faced political divisions in the wartime coalition and growing criticism of his war leadership. Addressing this criticism, he had drafted a passage which began, "Everyone feels safer now, and in consequence the weaker brethren become more vocal ", seeking to diminish his critics and stave off their efforts to reduce his "power of direction and initiative." Wisely, Churchill deleted this passage at the last moment. Perhaps as a gentler and more deft assertion of his leadership, Churchill recalled the early days of the war when France had fallen and Britain was alone: "It fell to me in those days to express the sentiments and resolves of the British nation in that supreme crisis of its life For a whole year after the fall of France we stood alone " He spoke of his difficult and uncomfortable ally, Russia, complimenting Russia for her tenacity, but attributing her victory to the Russian winter. He spoke against gas warfare, promising that Britain would be prepared to retaliate massively in kind against Germany in kind should Germany resort to poison gas – echoing the deterrence through threat of massive retaliation strategy that would characterize the coming Cold War. He also spoke of Japan, and the promise of combined British and American sea power. Churchill concluded with a bracingly Churchillian attaboy: " tonight I give you a message of good cheer. You deserve it, and the facts endorse it. But be it good cheer or be it bad cheer will make no difference to us; we shall drive on to the end, and do our duty, win or die " This pamphlet is one in a series of Churchill's speeches printed by the British Library of Information in New York. As do most in the series, this example bears a cover design featuring 3 vertical rules along the right side and a royal arms device at the top right. The British Library of Information published twenty-nine editions of statements, speeches, and broadcast addresses by Prime Minister Winston Churchill, beginning with his first speech as Prime Minister of May 13, 1940 and ending with the broadcast address of November 29, 1942. These editions were often issued within two or three days of delivery and "reveal the political determination of the British government to bring the inspiration and steadfastness of the Prime Minister and the British nation to an American nation not yet engaged in the war. Indeed, twenty-two of the BLOI speech pamphlets were published before Pearl Harbor." (Cohen, Volume I, p.513, A120) This twelve-page, wire-stitched pamphlet measures 9 inches tall x 6 inches wide. We find this particular BLOI pamphlet to be especially scarce, and doubly so in such condition, which is genuinely fine. The pamphlet remains crisp, clean, and complete. We find no tears, no losses, no previous ownership marks, and virtually no wear or soiling. Both binding staples remain firmly intact and show no corrosion. We note only mild age-toning. The pamphlet is protected in a removable, clear mylar sleeve. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A169.2, Woods A88/1 First English-language edition, only printing. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ohne Titel. Orig.- mehrfabiger - Holzschnitt auf Lwd..

      115 x 156 cm, Tadell. Von diesem Holzschnitt wurden laut Auskunft des Künstlers nur zwei oder drei Blätter von Hand abgezogen. - Peter Stiefel, 1942 geboren in Hausen am Albis, Kunstgewerbeschule Zürich, Art Director des Films Necropolis von Franco Broccani, Kupferdrucker bei Peter Kneubühler, Zeichnungslehrer Mittelschule Dr. Buchmann, Radierkurs Schwäbischer Kunstsommer mit Peter Paul (Kunst leben), Gastprofessur an der Kunsthochschule für Gestaltung Hamburg (Pentiment), Mitarbeit im Atelier von Franco Lafranca für das Projekt il campo nomade primaverile. Assistent für die Ausstellung Lieu Rencontres von Matias Spescha im LAC Sigean, FR, Druckatelier in Kilchberg, Malerei, Druckgrafik, Objekte.Verschiedene Einzel- und Gruppenausstellungen. Arbeitet als freischaffender Künstler in Zürich und im Tessin.

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        CARTOGRAPHIC PROPAGANDA / WORLD WAR II / JAPANESE EMPIRE: LA BANDERA VICTORIOSA DEL JAPÓN ONDEA SOBRE EL PACÍFICO. [THE VICTORIOUS FLAG OF JAPAN FLIES OVER THE PACIFIC].

      Colour off-set printing (Good, some wear along old folds, printed on very fragile paper), 59.5 x 83.5 cm (23.5 x 33 inches). - [Fascist Spain], December 1942. A magnificent large-format propaganda broadside, or ‘wall newspaper’ made in December 1942, during World War II, to celebrate the conquests made by Japan across the Asia-Pacific region, published in Fascist Spain. - This brilliantly designed, large format propaganda broadside, or ‘wall newspaper’, was issued in December 1942 to celebrate the impressive conquests that Japan had made during the early stages of World War II in the Pacific Theatre. The work was issued in the Castilian language in Fascist Spain, likely sponsored by an unknown agent of the Nazi German government, Japan’s key ally. The focus of the work is a powerful map that shows the entire theatre of the war, extending from India, across East Asia, and then all the way over to the west coast of North America. Japan enjoys the pride of place, with bright arrows branching out in all directions, showing the paths and targets of Japanese conquests and attacks. Indeed, by this time, Japan had vanquished all British, American and Dutch positions in East Asia, and was mounting sporadic attacks upon Allied positions as far war as Alaska and Sri Lanka. The red cloud which rests over East Asia shows the extent of Japanese conquests to date, while imperial Japan’s ‘Rising Sun’ flag flies over the scene in the upper-left corner. The balance of the composition is filled with photographs and rhetorical text that proclaims how Japan is mowing down its opposition. Japan & the Early Stages of the Pacific War - Although they had suffered some set backs, in December 1942, Japan was the dominant force in the Asia Pacific region, with the Allies, based in India, Australia and the North America, on the defensive. World War II in East Asia, or at least the Japan vs. the Allies element of it, began in December 1941, over a year later than in the Western theatre. Japan famously mounted a successful seek attack upon the U.S. base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December 7, 1941. From there, Japan quickly found itself at war with the U.S., Britain, Australia and the Netherlands. For the next six months, Japan enjoyed rapid and almost complete success everywhere. On December 25, 1941, Japan conquered Hong Kong from British-Canadian forces. In January 1942, she conquered Burma and Malaysia from the British, and most of the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia) from the Netherlands; and the Philippines for the United States. In February, Japan took Singapore, the last major British base in East Asia. That same month, the Japanese air force made a devastating air raid upon Darwin, Australia, and in the following months made air raids into the Indian Ocean, striking Colombo, Ceylon (Sri Lanka). . SEE OUR WEB PAGE FOR LONGER DESCRIPTION.

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        [Archive]: U.S. Navy Officer's Letters and Bluejacket's Manual with Photo Album from World War II, 1942-1946

      New Jersey / Massachusetts / Ohio / Pennsylvania / Texas. 1942-1946 (a few earlier). A collection of 79 letters to and from Marion Alexander Cassell during his time in the Navy from 1942 through 1946 as well as a photo album and his copy of the Bluejackets' Manual. Album is an oblong octavo measuring 11" x 7". Brown cloth boards bound together with string. The album contains 66 gelatin silver black and white or sepia toned photographs measuring between 1.5" x 1" and 5" x 3.5" with some captions written on the back of the photographs. The Bluejackets' Manual: is a tenth edition. 12mo. 784pp. Blue cloth boards with stamped green titles. All items are near fine. The letters have light creasing from mailing; the book has modest spotting on the top page-edge with lightly bumped corners; and the photo album has tiny tears and small chips. Letters to and from Marion Alexander Cassell during his time in the Navy from various locations some being, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas. Most of the letters are from Cassell's mother, Mary, in Oak Hill, Ohio. She writes often of how much she misses him and dotes on his health; "You boys need all you can get and for all you have done! Be sure and have a heart check!" She also brings up the women her son is dating, as she mentions Doris Wallentine and three other women, Edith, Florence, and Alice Dodds. There are a couple of letters written by Cassell addressed to his mother. He mostly writes about his time traveling from place to place and though he was in the navy, he frequently got seasick, "Now I know what it's like to be seasick. You just get so sick you don't care whether the world comes or goes". He writes often about how he is sick and tired but enjoys the journey. He also writes to his mother about the many different "blondes" he flirts with, "I really do love her (Florence)... Coincidentally, I met a beautiful blonde the other day. I really do like blondes, I just can't seem to help it." Several letters are from Doris Wallentine, an admirer or romantic interest of Cassell's from Dallas, Texas. She often writes very flatly and rarely shows interest in their relationship. Only a few times does she write anything about the two of them, "Frankly, I was quite flattered that you thought enough of me to travel 1400 miles to see me -- and maybe also by the fact that you say you didn't flirt with any blondes -- because, knowing you, I know that must have been quite a strain! Ha! Ha!" Wallentine also expressed an interest in joining the WAVES (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service), "I have been thinking about rather seriously joining the Waves -- what would you think of that -- as I know you never had much a woe for women in uniform?" Another admirer, Alice Dodds also frequently writes to Cassell. Her earliest letter (from Wellesley, Massachusetts) to Cassell attempts to reconnect with him after 18 months of not talking, "I had to decide whether not to reply to your last letter sent 18 months ago...At this time you may be a dignified married man who no longer desires to carry a 'pole,' of candy under his arm... Pardon my terrible correspondence." However, the letters written from her to Cassell after are warm and friendly. Cassell did not end up marrying or continuing his romantic relationship with Wallentine, Edith, Florence, or Alice Dodds as in 1955, he married Hazel Clare Moreland. According to sources not in this archive, Moreland traveled across the country to start a new life in Los Angeles. There she met Naval Commander Marion Cassell. After their marriage in 1955, they traveled the world together as well as across continental North America. Moreland worked for the founders of MGM during the golden era of Hollywood. She became involved with script writing and film production, and considered herself fortunate to know many of the stars during that period. Cassell never had any children and passed away in 1990 at the age of 80.Additionally featured in the Bluejackets' Manual is a gelatin silver sepia photograph of Marion Alexander Cassell laid in as well as names and addresses of fellow Navy men handwritten on the front free endpaper and Cassell's name stamped on the rear pastedown. Other ephemera includes a couple letters from friends asking how Cassell is doing, some mail from a construction company talking about building more structures for Army bases, and an envelope containing all of Cassell's information from the Naval Training School in Princeton, New Jersey. The photo album presents something of a mystery as it centers primarily on a young women's photographs of her time in the WAVES and in college. Several show her in Navy uniform with other women standing together or laughing and hugging each other. The other photos are of her with college friends and of different couples in the Navy. All the pictures are filled with smiles and not a single one solemn. The young woman's name is not written in but it can be assumed she was either a close friend or romantic partner of Cassell's, as she is seen in several pictures with him. How Cassell acquired the album is not entirely clear, but it did come with the archive, and provides at least some content on his relationships.An interesting look back on a man's life during World War II and his many relationships and adventures. .

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        Tyska röster / TR Tidsrevyn. 1942-1945

      Bok. Tyska informationscentralen 1942-1945. Rikt ill. Ej komplett. Innehåller; 1942: Nr 14 (med ett klipp på en sida), nr 16-20 - 1943: Nr 1-19, 21-24 - 1944: Nr 1-20, 22-24 - 1945: Nr 1-4 (nr 4 1945 var sista numret). Totalt alltså 56 nr av denna nazistiska propagandaskrift. 2 vol. gulddekorerade halvklotband, medbundna häftesomslag, mycket bra skick. 20x30 cm.

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        Crazy Horse The Strange Man of the Oglalas

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1942 - 428 pp. Price of $3.50 on front flap of jacket. The first printing of the first edition. Fold-out map intact. Inscribed by Sandoz on the free front endpaper, with a hand-drawn illustration by the author. Noted for her use of words and language patterns reflective of the Lakota language, Sandoz's evocative biography is written from the perspective of the Lakota people. A beautiful copy of what is widely considered to be Sandoz's best and most important work. A Near Fine book with the usual darkening to the hinges and the pastedowns in a Near Fine dust jacket with a few hints of edge wear and minor age toning to the rear panel. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Spleen de Paris.

      Edition illustree etornee par le peintre d'Essertine[Illustrated and decorated edition by a painter of Essertine]. Theoule sur Mer [France] : Phillipe Gonin, 1942. Quarto, original hand-lettered wrappers, collated in sections (as issued), pp 81, bookplate to colophon leaf. Housed in faux leather portfolio with hand-lettered spine (hinges split), original faux leather slipcase. Consists of 13 poems, extensively illustrated with gouache and watercolour portraits, still lifes, and initials."Cette edition a ete faite sur l'Initiative de Mr Jean E. Bonna. Il a ete fait vingt exemplaires numerotes de 1 a 20. Chaque livre est illustre et peint a la main." [This edition made on the initiative of Mr Jean E. Bonna. It was done in twenty copies numbered 1 to 20. Each book is illustrated and hand painted.] Baudelaire'sSpleen de Paris(first published in 1869) represents an important early precursor to literary modernism, written exclusively in newly established poetic prose to capture the essence of modern, urban life. Baudelaire was heavily influenced by Aloysius Bertrand’s Gaspard de la nuit and sought to apply a new, modern poetic language to themes of pleasure and debauchery, metropolitan poverty, class divides, and the inevitable march of time.The full fifty vingnettes were originally published as the compilationPetits Poèmes en prose and represented writings from across the last twelve years of Baudelaire's life. This war-time publication, printed no doubt to combat the images of desctruction so prevalent in Europe at the time, includes the poemsÀ une heure du matin,Les Foules, L’Horloge, Un Hémisphère dans une chevelure,Les Projets,La Belle Dorothée,Enivrez-vous,Déjà,Les Fenêtres,Le Désir de peindre,Les Bienfaits de la lune,Le Port, andPortraits de maîtresses.Illustrated with original artworks composed in homage to impressionists such as Pissaro as well as the semi-eroticism of Gaugin, this rare edition of Baudelaire's seminal work appears to not be held in any institutional collection.

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        Chinese Jades In The Collection Of Stanley Charles Nott. [signed, Limited, Dj]

      West Palm Beach, Fla: Privately Printed. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. [1942]. 1st. Hardcover. halftone plates; 536 pages; West Palm Beach: The Norton Gallery and School of Art, 1942. Portrait frontispiece, 118 halftone plates and numerous line engravings. Publisher's green cloth gilt, publisher's dust jacket is VG with a few chips and a closed tear. Scarce limited edition catalogue of an early and important collection of jade carvings: in lovely condition. Stanley Nott was among the world's leading authorities and dealers on Chinese jades in the 20th century. This illustrated catalogue describes in detail each of the speciments housed in the Jade Room of the Norton Gallery. One of 1000 numbered copies: this copy inscribed by Nott to Alfred Casabianca. Rare with dust jacket. Rare with a nice dust jacket. #55 of a limited edition of 1,000. Signed and inscribed by Nott on half title and additionally signed on limitation page. Illustrated by 118 full page halftone plates reproduced from original phtographs, together with 123 line engravings. Includes index and bibliogrpahy. Dimensions 12.25 x 8.5 x 3", weight 10 pounds. ; Signed by Author; 10 .

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        Der Berner Totentanz nach Niklaus Manuel. 10 Kostümentwürfe (mehrfarb. Aquarelle) und Textheft.

      28 x 20 cm, Der handschriftl. Untertitel etwas knapp beschnitten, sonst tadell. Die Entwürfe vom Zürcher Photographen Karl W. Rahm waren für eine Aufführung des Berner Totentanzes nach den Texten von N. Manuel (zusammengestellt v. Fridolin Hefti)gedacht. Leider ist über den Künstler nichts bekannt, ebensowenig war über eine Aufführung des Stückes zu finden. Die Aquarelle zeigen die 10 Personen des Stücks: Der Tod der arm Mann der Vogt die Tochter der Bruoder der Kriegsmann die Muoter de Kaiser der Arzet der Ansager. Beiliegen das Textheft (Kl.8, OBrosch., 27 S., Vlg. von Tschudi, Glarus, 1942) aus der Reihe Schweizer Volksspiel Heft 2.

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        Signal. Jahrgang 1942. Zweimal monatlich

      Berlin: Deutscher Verlag 1942 OHLWd., ein Heft ca. 45 Seiten mit zahlr. farb uns SW-Abb. Folio. Deckel abgenutzt und berieben. Gelenk vor d. Heft Nr. 9 ist geknickt und ganz gelöst, erster Blatt von Nr. 9 und letzter Blatt von Nr. 8 sind beschädigt, Titelblatt Nr. 9 mit Verlust. Zuweilen 2 Blätter ausgerissen (cca dreimal), zuweilen leicht eingerissssen; sonst altersgemäß guter Zustand.Militarie, Kriege

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        Mannen utan väg. Dikter.

      Bröderna Lagerström, 1942. 85 sider pp. Bogen er trykt i 150 nummererede eksemplarer. Detter er et af 50 unummererede eksemplarer (formodentlig udleveret til dikteren. Med dedikation fra forfatteren til Dr. Sven rinman. Med hans ganske svage blyantsnoter på nogle sider. Heftet med originalt omslag, nærmest som nyt. Første udgave. 17042007

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        Blood for a Stranger

      New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1942. First Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Fine-. First Edition (so stated), one of only 1700 printed. 8vo: xi,82pp. Publisher's crimson fine-bead cloth, spine lettered in navy blue; vivid red typographic dust jacket, lettered in white and priced $2.00. Fine and apparently unread; About Fine jacket (minimal fading to spine panel, lettering still crisp) that has benefited from minor expert restoration to spine panel tips (far from lettering on both ends). Wright A1. Jarrell's first collection of poems, heavily influenced by the poetry of W.H. Auden, published the same year Jarrell enlisted in the U. S. Army Air Corps. The was dedicated to the American poet Allen Tate. N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        The Moon Is Down - 1st Edition/1st Printing

      Viking, New York 1942 - A most attractive first printing of the first edition in just about Fine condition, fresh blue cloth with bright gilt lettering to spine in Near Fine dust-jacket, ever so lightly rubbed to spine ends. Minute tanning to endpapers and dust-jacket. Large period between "talk" and "this" on page 112, line 11; lacking printer's name on copyright page. Goldstone/Payne A16b. In custom made, clamshell case with sculpted The Moon Is Down design; Steinbeck's masterful account is set in Norway during World War II, exploring the effects of invasion on both the conquered and the conquerors. Occupied by Nazi troops, a small, peaceable town comes face to face with evil imposed from the outside--and betrayal born within the close-knit community ; [ii], 188, [2] pages [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Flight to Arras

      Reynal & Hitchcock, 1942 Flight to Arras, by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, illustrated by Bernard Lamotte. Number 446 of 500 signed copies. Blue leather spine with cloth boards. Signed by both Saint-Exupery and Lamotte on pre-title page. Hardcover book in good condition; some wear on leather spine; corners of leather spine more heavily worn but very presentable. Gilt top edge. Very light small stain front edges; only on edge, not pages. No slipcase. .

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        The Long Debut of Lois Taggett

      Story Magazine, Inc. 1942 - This short story by Salinger appears in the September-October 1942 (vol. 21, no. 97) edition of Story Magazine, published in New York by Story Magazine, Inc. in 1942. Book (soft cover)very good, spine is sun-faded, some rubbing on front and back covers, minor foxing on top edges. Cover price reads "40 cents". [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Man Who Feared

      Gateway Books New York 1942 - First Edition. Scarce Hubin listed mystery by this obscure publisher of a man "so merciless that he can coldly and deliberately set about killing the soul of his greatest enemy by striking terrible blows at the innocent ones who stand in the way". Near Fine in Very Good plus attractive dustjacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Five Little Pigs

      Collins [The Crime Club], 1942. Hardcover. Good. A first edition, first printing published by Collins [The Crime Club] in 1942. A good book with a little fading to the spine and boards accompanied by some light staining. Neat name to the head of the endpaper. In a very good clipped wrapper with some small closed tears to the spine tail and a couple of nicks here and there. Becoming scarce.

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        WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #5 1942-BATMAN-SUPERMAN-SANDMAN VF

      DC 1942 - Superman, Batman and Robin. Movie theater cover. Intro of TNT & Dan the Dyna-mite. Last King and Crimson Avenger. Nice copy, tight spine. Condition: VF

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        Die Wahre Geschichte Vom Wiederbergstellten Kreuz (Presentation Inscription From Felix Guggenheim To Lotte Lenya)

      Privatdruck Der Pazifischen Presse / Plantin Press [Pazifische Press], Los Angeles 1942 - 49 Pp. Black Leather Spine, Gilt; Rose Colored Boards. First Edition, Un-Numbered Presentation Copy From Felix Guggenheim. The Second Book Issued By The Press, A Reworking Of The 9Th Chapter Of Werfel's "Cella Oder Die Uberwinder", Later Published By Simon And Schuster In 1943 In The Anthology The Ten Commandments. One Of An Undetermined Number Of Un-Numbered Copies, Signed By Werfel Below The Colophon. [There Were 150 Copies Numbered, Mostly Signed, In The Subscriber's Edition, Half Leather, An Undetermined Number Of Lettered Copies, And 100 Copies Of The Trade Edition In Cloth, Some Of Which Were Also Signed.] Werfel Died In Los Angeles In 1945 While Reviewing The Advance Proofs Of The Pazifische Press Edition Of His Collected Poetry. Contents Fine, Boards Near Fine; The Leather Spine Is Near Fine But Had Become Partly Detached And Has Been Professionally Re-Attached At Heritage Bindery. This Is A Presentation Copy From The Publisher, Felix Guggenheim, With An 11 Line Handwritten Quotation From Lessing, Inscribed Below "Fur Lotte / G (An Insignia Actually) / Hollywood / 1943". [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        PIERRE O DELLE AMBIGUITA'

      EINAUDI, 1942. ITALIANO 0,52 Traduzione di Luigi Berti, foto in nero dell'A. applicata all'antiporta, pagine uniformemente brunite causa tempo, fioritura ai tagli, n. XV della collana, brossura editoriale azzurra con titoli bianchi e neri al piatto e neri al dorso, ingiallita, con fioritura e con strappetti al piede ed alla cima, sovraccoperta illustrata, scolorita, ingiallita e con strappetti ai bordi USATO

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