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        Gremlins on the Job.

      London, Canada London Printing & Lithography 1943 - Quarto. 12 ff. First edition. Illustrated in color. Like Roald Dahl's book, which bears a similar title, Varga's text is based on an R.A.F. legend of capricious sprites whose raison d'être is to sabotage aircraft. Both books were published in the same year, and it is not known which actually appeared first, though inscribed copies of Dahl's book suggest it was published toward the end of 1943. This book, however, did not benefit from having Disney as a collaborator, as Dahl did; nevertheless, its colorful depictions of these aeronautic mischief-makers have a folk-art quality that, in some respects, fits better with the subject matter. Original color pictorial wrappers show some light toning, name stamp at top of cover and title page, corners very lightly creased, else a fine copy of an ephemeral item. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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      Duell, Sloan and Pearce, (1943), New York: - Woodcut vignette to t.p. Opened in 1854, McSorely's Old Ale House is the oldest, continuously- operated Irish pub in New York City. As a measure of its 'traditionally minded' owners, the tavern was men-only until 1970, when the National Organization for Women won a legal suit, thereby gaining admission [if not welcome]. By the time I had a beer or two there in the late 70s, the female gender had become a vital ingredient to a congenial evening imbibing amid general convivality, though McSorleys had yet to make any concession in terms of facilities- there was one. if a lady wanted to use it, she took her chances. the memory of the subsequent clapping on her exit, all the while the waiter was bringing 14 mugs of beer to the table [sans tray], is as vivid today as if I had been there just last night. VG+/VG (bit of chipping to spine ends). Red cloth binding with black spine lettering. Dust jacket. 8vo. 8-1/4" x 5-5/8". 1st edition. [10], 253, [1 (blank)] pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les gentilshommes chasseurs

      - Editions littéraires et artistiques, Paris, 1943. In/4 en feuilles sous couverture imprimée et rempliée, chemise cartonnée et étui, 35 illustrations de K. Reille en couleur. Exemplaire numéroté sur vélin à la forme. Petit défaut à l’étui. Tirage 600 exemplaires.Mouchon 1135. Monod 4822. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Soldaten der Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler,

      . Berlin, Selbstverlag, 1943, großformatige Mappe mit 15 Fototafeln, Mappe berieben und mit kleiner Fehlstelle, Zustand 2- (NG28).

      [Bookseller: Helmut Weitze Militärische Antiquitäten ]
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        The Story of Dr. Wassell

      Boston: Little, Brown. 1943. First. First edition, preceding the English. Endpapers foxed, else near fine in near very good dustwrapper with some modest chips and tears. Signed by both James Hilton and the subject of the book, Dr. Corydon Wassell. Based on Wassell's heroic stance against orders to save the wounded during the Japanese invasion of China. Basis for the Cecil B. DeMille-directed film starring Gary Cooper. This copy also bears the contemporary signature of actor John Burton, who appeared in several films either scripted by Hilton or based on his novels, including Lost Horizon, Mrs. Miniver, and Foreign Correspondent (though he was not in The Story of Dr. Wassell.) At any rate a scarce book to find signed by both Dr. Wassell and Hilton. .

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        Gelber Chrysanthemenstrauß in brauner Vase. Ölgemälde.

      1943.. Bildgröße: 59 x 78 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 73 x 92,5 cm ). Ölgemälde auf Leinwand. Unten links mit dem Pseudonym *Marinus Ottee ( für Aarnout van Gilst ) signiert und etwas undeutlich wohl mit *1943* datiert. Das Bild zeigt einen gelben Chrysanthemenstrauiß in brauner Vase, daneben eine kleine Glassschlüssel. Das Bild gering berieben, der Rahmen leicht bestoßen. ( Bitte beachten: Hier aufgrund der Größe kein Versand - hier nur Selbstabholung in meinem Ladengeschäft ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).

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        Bound For Glory [Review Copy]

      New York: E.P. Dutton & Co, 1943. First Edition. Perhaps the greatest of Dustbowl narratives, Bound For Glory is now recognized as a signal work of mid-20th century American letters, an enduring classic which deserves a place in the American Depression-era canon beside the work of Steinbeck, West, and Dos Passos. An attractive jacketed copy, and particularly scarce with the review slip. REUSS 34. First Printing, a Review Copy with publisher's printed slip tipped onto front endpaper, giving the date of publication as March 22, 1943. Octavo (22cm); black cloth, with titling and decorations stamped in gilt on spine and front panel; yellow topstain; dustjacket; 428pp. Very Near Fine, with the spine ends slightly nudged, but without oxidation to the gilt typically found with this title. Dustjacket is unclipped, lightly spine faded, with some shallow chipping to spine ends and corners (not affecting lettering) and a few unobtrusive tears along upper front joint and to the rear flap fold; Very Good+.

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      Audrey Wood, [n.p.] New York: [n.d.] 1943 - Williams, Tennessee. THE ANGEL IN THE ALCOVE. [n.p.] New York: [n.d.] 1943. 8vo., 13 pp. rectos only. First Edition. Original carbon typescript short story [basis for Vieux Carré], punch bound blue stiff wrappers of the Liebling-Wood Agency, 551 Fifth Ave. New York. A fine House File Copy. [Audrey Wood was Williams' literary agent. From 1939 Wood helped guide & focus Williams' writing. With her nurturing, he created some of his greatest works, including: Menagerie, Streetcar & Cat]. Very uncommon example in private hands. Recognized as Williams's (quasi) autobiographical coming-out narrative which found major success not in the US but in the UK. "Of the numerous plays written in the later portion of Tennessee Williams's prolific career, perhaps the most satisfying and undoubtedly the most favorably received was the 1978 British production of Vieux Carré, directed by Keith Hack, presented first at Nottingham Playhouse (16 May 1978) & later in London at the Piccadilly Theatre (9 August 1978). The British staging came a year after the play's disastrous Broadway premiere. "What was potentially strongest in this chamber-music play of time, place, & memory has been botched by inept direction," noted T. E. Kalem in Time magazine, & Walter Kerr in the New York Times indicted the director for what he termed an "irresponsible production", suggesting that the play be given another staging with different personnel. He concluded his review: "I'm game for a second go". The British production proved to be the "second go" that Kerr had championed, and under Keith Hack's direction it emerged as a major success, evoking comparison with A Streetcar Named Desire and The Glass Menagerie. Michael Coveney's review in the Financial Times was a rave: "Mr Williams returns to the London stage in blistering form" - Craig Clinton, Finding the Way: The Evolution of Tennessee Williams's Vieux Carre - Resources for American Literary Study 26:1 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        he Two-Move Chess Problem in the Soviet Union, 1923-1943

      Stamford: Overbrook Press, 1943 [9]+71 pages with diagrams and index. Octavo (8 1/2" x 5 1/2") issued in red cloth with gilt lettering to spine and gilt stripe to front cover. Edited by Albrecht Buschke, Richard Cheney and Alain White. Limited to 300 copies. Title page decoration by Vera Back. Errata tipped in. (Betts: 36-7). First edition.A Collection of 120 problems by Russian composers, with notes on the themes, constructions and composers. The problems are arranged in four groups and further sub-divided by theme. Includes an index of composers, sources and keys.Condition:A near fine copy with the original brown dust wrapper.

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      Duell, Sloan and Pearce, [1943, New York - Fisher, M.F.K. THE GASTRONOMICAL ME. New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1943 . "Like most humans, I am hungry. . . our three basic needs, for food and security and love, are so mixed and mingled and entwined that we cannot straightly think of one without the others. So it happens that when I write of hunger, I am really writing about love and the hunger for it. . . ." First Edition, Publisher's green cloth stamped in silver at the spine. 8vo., 295pp, with the more common dustwrapper of a handsome Fisher three quarter portrait on the back panel that replaced [by the publisher] the more provocative reclining pose shot by Hurrell. A fine copy in the publisher's smooth green cloth in a fine bright dustwrapper with one tiny chip at the spine crown of this admired tightly woven memoir & collection of cooking essays written over a twenty year period that have more to do with the entanglements of life & the appreciation of good things. Considered by many as her best book, TGM is about hunger in all its variant forms. The book starts with: "There in Dijon, the cauliflowers were very small and succulent, grown in that ancient soil. I separated the flowerlets and dropped them in boiling water for just a few minutes. Then I drained them and put them in a wide shallow casserole, and covered them with heavy cream, and a thick sprinkling of freshly grated Gruyere, the nice rubbery kind that didn’t come from Switzerland at all, but from the Jura. It was called rape in the market, and was grated while you watched, in a soft cloudy pile, onto your piece of paper". John Updike called Fisher "Poet of the appetites". A beautiful copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mann und Maus im Tessin. Mit sechs Zeichnungen des Verfassers.

      Olten, Ver. Oltner Bücherfreunde, 1943 - Quer-8°, 19 (6) S., 6 Abb. (davon 4 ganzseitig), 1 ganzs. Orig.-Tuschzeichnung, OHPgt. in Schmuckschuber., Schuber minimst lichtrandig, sonst praktisch verlagsfrisch. Ex. Nr. 15/125 auf italienischem Bütten und im Impressum signiert (bei einer Gesamtauflage von 250 Ex.). In vorliegendem Ex. beigebunden eine signierte Orig.-Tuschzeichnung von G. Böhmer. Sehr selten! 1200 gr. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        CALDER. Signed.

      MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, New York 1943 - A rare publication as the MOMA intended print run was curtailed due to war time restrictions of paper. A fine example in dustwrapper which has been gingerly restored. Warmly inscribed by Calder on the title page in blue fountain pen & dated 3 Feb 1952. Very Uncommon. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        10 Compositionen.

      Zürich, Allianz, 1943 - 8°, o. P. (14 Bl.), 10 Abb., Brosch. m. Transp.-OU, Tadellos. Ex. Nr. 34 von 80 Ex. der Normalausgabe (bei einer Gesamtauflage von 120 Ex.). Die Gestaltung und Vorwort von Max Bill. 1100 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A Tree Grows in Brookly

      Harper & Brothers, New York 1943 - "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" by Betty Smith. First edition first printing with "First Edition" stated on the copyright page. Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, 1943. The book measures 5.5" x 8.25", 443 pages. With a first printing dust jacket. The dust jacket is in fair condition. Heavy creasing to the panels with tears and chips at the edges. Large piece of the spine missing at the bottom and onto the front panel. Chipping at the joints and flap folds. Tape repairs made to the verso at the flap folds and joints. The original price of $2.75 present on the front flap. The book is in very good condition. The green cloth boards are well preserved. Sunning to the board edges and especially at the bottom of the spine. Previous owner's writing on the front paste-down in ink.The front board is cracked at the hinge. The textblock is gently toned but clean and bright with sound binding. Previous bookstore's sticker on the rear paste-down. A nice copy of this American classic. Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store. We are always interested in purchasing individual or collections of fine books. Inventory #(GWA-26) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Rerum vulgarium fragmenta

      Milano: Edizioni della Conchiglia, 1943. Edizione originale di 150 esemplari. broch. Fioriture leggere alla copertina (Some light yellowing)/Molto buono (Very good). 4to. Francisci Petrarchae Laureati Poetae. Prefazione di Luciano Anceschi. Con 10 tavole in nero a piena pagina di Carlo Carrà (riproduzioni litografiche fotomeccaniche da disegni originali dell'Artista) Collana di Poeti Antichi e Moderni

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        Views and costums of the city and neibourhood of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 1819-20

      - Rio de Janeiro, Livraria Kosmos, 1943., Olderband m. Goldprägung Chamberlain, Views and costumes of the city and neibourhood of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1819-20, hrsg. in limitierter Auflage (1315 Stk.) v. Livraria Kosmos, Erich Eichner & Cia, Rio de Janeiro, 1943 unter den Titel "Vistas e costumes da cidade e arredores do Rio de Janeiro en 1819-20 segundo desenhos feitos pelo Tte. Chamberlain. Mit 36 hochqualitatitven farbigen Offset-Lithographien m. Darstellungen v. 1819/20 u. 1 zusätzl. Offset-Lithographie sowie 6 erstveröffentlichte Zeichnugen, Folio quer (2°), Olderband m. Goldprägung a. Rücken, leicht bestessen auf Vorderdeckel, Textsetien etwas gebräunt, ansonsten Top-Zustand! Sehr rare Erstausgabe d. 1943 nur 1 x wiederveröffentlichten tollen Bildwerken v. Chamberlain. Weitere Fotsos sind auf Anfrage verfügbar! Brasilien

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        Cloth of the Tempest

      New York: Harper and Brothers. (1943). First. First edition. Small owner's label of Arthur Sturcke, a small image of Patchen and other clippings affixed to the front and back blanks, thus very good in near fine dustwrapper with some modest age-toning. Inscribed by Patchen: "for Arthur with all the etc. etc. Kenneth." Laid into the book at page 60 is a printed rejection slip from The Saturday Review, on the bottom of which however is a handwritten note Initialed by Stephen Vincent Benet: "We are taking 'O My Darling Troubles Heaven with Her Loveliness' & glad to have it! S.V.B." The poem is printed on page 60 of this book. Sturcke, a lifetime friend of Patchen, was a painter and pacifist who exhibited in the 1930s and 1940s, and who did much to help and support the author. Patchen mentions him in his book Memoirs of a Shy Pornographer in a dialogue discussing art and artists: "And what about DeNiro? There is a serious young painter. All right what about Kamrowski? -- Or Lee Bell? Or Jackson Pollock? -- Or Arthur Sturcke?" .

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        The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged

      New York: Bobbs-Merrill Company & Random House, 1943 & 1957. First editions of each The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged. Octavo, 2 volumes. Finely bound in full morocco; The Fountainhead in red morocco; Atlas Shrugged in green morocco. Gilt titles and tooling to the spine, front and rear panels, raised bands, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Housed in a custom half morocco slipcase with ribbon.

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        [Screenplay]: Heaven Can Wait

      (New York): 20th Century Fox. July 7, 1943. Continuity and Dialogue Script Taken from the Screen. Mimeographed sheets bradbound in blue stiff wrappers. About fine. Stamped "Received New York Legal Department Jul. 19 1943." Apparently prepared for the legal department to review, and dated just one month before the film was released. The Ernst Lubitsch-directed classic, highlighed by Raphaelson's witty script, featured Don Ameche as a would-be sinner not quite bad enough to get into Hell on his deathbed, and Gene Tierney as his long-suffering love. Both Lubitsch, cinematographer Edward Cronjager, and the film itself were nominated for Oscars. Very scarce. Ex-Carter Burden. .

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        George Washington Carver: An American Biography

      Garden City: Doubleday, Doran and Company. 1943. First. First edition. Full pebble-grained morocco gilt. A slight split on the front joint, corners a bit rubbed, and a very faint dampstain on the margins of a few pages, but a handsome, about very good copy. One of an unspecified number of copies issued by the publisher with a tipped-in leaf Signed by George Washington Carver. Although we are not certain, it seems very likely that this is a publisher's presentation binding, of the sort generally prepared for the author or subject of a book. An important biography. .

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        The Little Prince

      New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1943 Illustrated by Saint-Exupéry. Translated by Katherine Woods. First edition, first printing, first issue. Publisher's pictorial pale orange cloth, with an illustration of the Little Prince to the front board in burgundy, lettered in burgundy; in the original first issue dust jacket, with the publisher's 4th Avenue address to the front flap, illustration of the Little Prince on Asteroid B-612 to the panels, lettered in black and blue. Near fine, with a hint of light wear to the extremities, very light offsetting to the endpapers, bright and clean interior; unclipped dust jacket, with very light toning to the spine and panel edges, a few chips to the bottom edges of the panels, short closed tears and minor creasing to the edges, a few faint spots of light soiling. Overall, a pleasing copy. The Little Prince is a beloved children's novella that tells the story of a little boy from the tiny Asteroid B-612 who falls to Earth and meets a pilot who has been stranded in the desert, based loosely on Saint-Exupéry's own experience in the Sahara Desert. The text is complimented by the author's watercolor illustrations, which add to its dreamlike quality. The Little Prince was first published in the United States while Saint-Exupéry, a native of Lyons, was living in self-imposed exile in North America after France signed an armistice agreement with Nazi Germany. The text was published simultaneously in English with Katherine Woods' translation and in the original French under the title Le Petit Prince. Translated into over 250 languages and selling nearly 2 million copies per year, The Little Prince is indeed, as the dust jacket proclaims, one of the "few stories which in some way, in some degree, change the world forever for their readers.". 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Dust Jacket Included.

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        Der Satan in Goray = Satan in Goray and other stories

      New York: Farlag Matones, 1943. 8vo. 319pp. Yiddish. Good in black boards. Spine top and bottom bumped and torn. Front cover corners slightly bumped and frayed. Front cover slightly creased at top. Pages slightly yellowed. First book by author to be published in United States.

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      New York: Henry Holt and Company. (1943). First. First edition. Quarto. 192pp. Photographs arranged and edited by Fritz Henle. Very slightly cocked with rubbing and edgewear else very good. Inscribed by Fritz Henle. Scarce signed. .

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        Ein paar Gedichte, die nicht in der Gesamtausgabe stehen". Typoskript mit handschriftl. Gruss in schwarzer Tinte und aquarellierter Federzeichnung von H. Hesse auf dem Kartonumschlag.

      - 8 Bl. 16 S. auf blaugrauem Briefpapier mit Leinenstruktur (15 : 14 cm), lose in crèmeweissem Kartonumschlag. Das schöne Landschafts-Aquarell mit den schneebedeckten Bergen am Horizont misst 6,5 : 7 cm. – Der Gruss des Autors lautet: „Ein Gruß zu / Ostern 1943 / von / Hermann / Hesse". – Enthält die drei Gedichte: Beim Wiedersehen einer Kindheitsstätte; Einsamkeit; Ausflug im Herbst. – In sehr schöner Erhaltung.

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        Ms. Brief mit eigenh. U.

      Pacific Palisades, 19. Mai [1943].. 1 S. 4to.. An Shirley Lawrence, die sich ihm als Übersetzerin vorstellig gemacht hatte: &quote;[ ] As far as my assurance is concerned that I would call your name to the attention of the gentlemen who compiles the book to which the Moses story is to be the introduction, I have to tell you that he had arranged for the translation beforehand; consequently I could not exert any influence upon the choice of the translator. I hope that I have not raised false expectations and want you to know that your name and address remains in my files, so that I may refer to it if an opportunity arises in the future [ ]&quote;. - Die &quote;Moses story&quote;, d. i. die Erzählung &quote;Das Gesetz&quote;, war eine Auftragsarbeit, die Thomas Mann im Frühjahr 1943 für einen von Armin L. Robinson herausgegebenen Erzählungsband &quote;The Ten Commandments: Ten Short Novels of Hitler's War Against the Moral Code&quote; verfaßt hatte; in dem im Sommer/Herbst des Jahres bei Simon & Schuster erschienenen Band, der auch Beiträge von u. a. Rebecca West, Franz Werfel, Andre Maurois und Sigrid Undset umfaßt, ist Thomas Mann Erzählung in einer englischen Übersetzung von George R. Marek unter dem Titel &quote;Thou shalt have no other gods before me&quote; zu finden; zwei Jahre darauf veröffentlichte sie Alfred A. Knopf in einer Übertragung von Manns bevorzugter Übersetzerin Helen Tracy Lowe-Porter (1877-1963) unter dem Titel &quote;The Tables of the Law&quote;. - Thomas Mann hatte Miss Lawrence schon in einem Brief v. 15. Januar des Jahres für ihm zugesandte Übersetzungsproben gedankt und ihr empfohlen, sich an einen großen Verlag wie Alfred A. Knopf in New York zu wenden, &quote;der ihr am besten sagen könne, welche Wege sie einschlagen soll, um Berufs-Übersetzerin zu werden&quote; (Regesten und Register Bd. II, 43/22, S. 702); am 19. Februar dankte er ihr für eine Übersetzungsprobe aus dem &quote;Tod in Venedig&quote; und versprach zu versuchen, &quote;ihr den Übersetzungsauftrag für die Moses-Novelle zu verschaffen&quote; (ebd., 43/46, S. 708). - Nicht in: Die Briefe Thomas Manns. Regesten und Register. Hrsg. v. Hans Bürgin und Hans-Otto Mayer. Bearb. und hrsg. unter Mitarbeit von Yvonne Schmidlin. Bd. II. 1934-1943. Frankfurt a. M., S. Fischer, 1980. - Auf Briefpapier mit gedr. Briefkopf.

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        Schwarzweisse Original-Fotografie (Original-Papierabzug 4,9 : 5,8 cm) von Hermann Hesse mit Max Wassmer vor Schloss Bremgarten. Verso mit handschr. Text von Hesse in schwarzer Tinte: : "Herzlich / dankt Ihnen / Ihr / H Hesse".

      - Um 1943/44. 4,9 : 5,8 cm. DABEI: „Besuch im Schloss Bremgarten". Faksimile des Gedichtmanuskripts in blauer Tinte. 2 Titelzeilen, 28 Zeilen Text, 1 Z. Datierung u. 3 Z. Widmung: „im August 1944. / Für die Freunde in Bremgarten / von Ihrem / H. Hesse". 2 Seiten auf 1 gefalt. Doppelbl. 25 : 17,4 (25 : 34,8) cm. – Das späte Gedicht mit dem Anfang: „Man möchte, wären noch die Sinne munter,." wurde im August 1944, anlässlich eines Besuchs Hesses bei Max und Margrit Wassmer im Schloss Bremgarten geschrieben und den Freunden dediziert. – Mileck V, D, 772a; X, 449 u. 457 – ZUSAMMEN MIT: „Winter in (Im Schloss) Bremgarten (Für Max u. Margrit Wassmer)". Faksimile des Gedichtmanuskripts in blauer Tinte. 1 Titelzeile, 1 Widmungszeile, 17 Zeilen Text (5 Strophen), Unterschrift u. Datierung: „Hermann Hesse / im August 1944". 1,5 S. auf 1 gefalt. Doppelbl. 25 : 17,4 (25 : 34,8) cm. – Das späte, im August 1944 im Schloss Bremgarten geschriebene, den Freunden Max und Margrit Wassmer gewidmete Gedicht mit der Anfangszeile: „Wer hat einst die alten Kastanien gepflanzt," hier in der Titelvariante: "Winter in Bremgarten". – Mileck X, 449 u. 457

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        Guld- och silversmeder i Sverige 1520-1850.

      Stockh. 1943. Illustr. 951 s. Smukt priv. hlvldr. Nice contp. halfleather.. The gold- and silversmiths of Sweden

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        Ceiling Unlimited

      Burbank, California: Columbia Broadcasting System. 1943. First. First edition. 16mo. Cloth and papercovered boards with applied title label. Fine, probably issued without dustwrapper. A series of six broadcasts on CBS radio sponsored by Lockheed and Vega Aircraft Corporation. One of 100 numbered copies (this copy unnumbered) Signed by Hilton. Exceptionally scarce. .

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      New York:: Duell, Sloan and Pearce,. (1943).. 8vo. 8-1/4" x 5-5/8". 1st edition. [10], 253, [1 (blank)] pp.. Red cloth binding with black spine lettering. Dust jacket.. VG+/VG (bit of chipping to spine ends).. Opened in 1854, McSorely's Old Ale House is the oldest, continuously- operated Irish pub in New York City. As a measure of its 'traditionally minded' owners, the tavern was men-only until 1970, when the National Organization for Women won a legal suit, thereby gaining admission [if not welcome]. By the time I had a beer or two there in the late 70s, the female gender had become a vital ingredient to a congenial evening imbibing amid general convivality, though McSorleys had yet to make any concession in terms of facilities- there was one... if a lady wanted to use it, she took her chances... the memory of the subsequent clapping on her exit, all the while the waiter was bringing 14 mugs of beer to the table [sans tray], is as vivid today as if I had been there just last night. . Woodcut vignette to t.p.

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        The Lady in the Lake.

      New York: Knopf, 1943 - Octavo. Original green cloth, spine and front board lettered in green. With the dust jacket. An excellent copy in the jacket that has a toned and slightly soiled rear panel, with some rubbing to the extremities. First edition, first printing.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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      New York: Knopf, 1943. - Cloth. Near fine, in very good or better pictorial dust jacket by Norman Reeves (neatly price-clipped, some slight darkening to the lower flap fold and off-white portions, with signs of subtle and minor restoration, most significantly at the top of the upper joint and to a short tear at the top edge of the rear panel). First edition. The first printing consisted of six thousand copies, and a second printing was ordered before formal publication. The source novel for the 1947 MGM adaptation, based on a screenplay by Steve Fisher, directed by Robert Montgomery, and starring Montgomery, Audrey Trotter, et al. BRUCCOLI A4.1.a.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA]
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        Fabrik. Ein Bildepos der Technik von Jak Tuggener.

      Erlenbach, Rotapfel, 1943 - 4°, 52 Bl., 94 Abb., 1 Bl. Tafel-Verzeichnis beilieg., OLwd. m. OU., Riss im OU (hinterlegt), etwas angeschmutzt. Buchdeckel min. fleckig, innen tadellos. Mit dem oft fehlendem blauen Tafelvezeichnis. Eine vergangene Welt d. Arbeit in einfühlsamen Photos im Kupfertiefdruckverfahren wiedergegeben. Eines der wichtigsten Bücher zum Thema Industrie in der Photographie. Jakob Tuggener (1904 - 1988) einer der grossen Schweizer Photographen der auch als Maler u. Filmer ein spannendes Werk vorzuweisen hat. 1200 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej]
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        Fabrik: Ein Bildepos der Technik (Factory: A Photoessay on Technology)

      Rotapfel-Verlag 1943 - Erlenbach-Zurich: Rotapfel-Verlag, 1943. (12.25 x 9 in, 31.4 x 23 cm). 112 pp. First edition. Fine in very good dust jacket. 95 black and white gravure plates. Introduction by Arnold Burgaurer. Original beige cloth covered boards, front cover lettered in red (spine a bit slanted, else fine); original printed and photographically illustrated dust jacket (light wear to extremities, 3.2 cm closed tear at head of upper panel near fore-edge, .5 cm tear and associated creasing at top edge nearing spine, .5 cm closed tear at crown, complete and quite nice); original sheet of plate captions laid in (edges age toned to a degree). "As Arnold Burgaurer cogently states in his introduction, Tuggener is a jack-of-all-trades: he exhibits, 'the sharp eye of the hunter, the dreamy eye of the painter; he can be a realist, a formalist, romantic, theatrical, surreal.' Tuggener moves effortlessly between large-format lucidity and grainy, blurred impressionism, in a book that is a decade ahead of its time." (Parr/Badger, "The Photobook" Volume I, p. 144). Additional references: (Roth, ed., "The Open Book", p. 134-135; Auer, "802 photo books", p. 300) A fine copy in a very good, complete and unrestored example of the dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: William Gregory, Bookseller]
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        Fabrik. Ein Bildepos der Technik von Jak Tuggener.

      Erlenbach, Rotapfel, 1943 - 4°, 52 Bl., 94 Abb., 1 Bl. Tafel-Verzeichnis beilieg., OLwd., Eingeklebte Teile des Schutzumschlages auf vorderem Vorsatz. Auf hinterem Vorsatz eingeklebter Ausstellungshinweis. Jahreszahl im Impressum unterstrichen. Selten! Eine vergangene Welt d. Arbeit in einfühlsamen Photos im Kupfertiefdruckverfahren wiedergegeben. Eines der wichtigsten Bücher zum Thema Industrie in der Photographie. Jakob Tuggener (1904 - 1988) einer der grossen Schweizer Photographen der auch als Maler u. Filmer ein spannendes Werk vorzuweisen hat. 1200 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bêtes de la brousse

      Editions du Moulin de Pen - Mur, Paris, 1943. In / 4 plein maroquin vert sous étui, dos à nerfs, titre doré, 15 illustrations hors texte en couleur de André Collot, 236 p. Exemplaire numéroté sur vélin filigrané des papeteries de Lana sans la suite en noir des bois. Biblio : cité par Monod 7724. relié DeCollection

      [Bookseller: Livres Anciens Lucas Philippe]
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      Houghton Mifflin, Boston 1943 - Blue boards stamped and ruled in maroon. A square and solid book with generally bright boards and lettering, slight fading to spine ends and board edges, light to moderate shelf wear, small damp spot and light soiling to top end and fore edge. Internally sound and unmarked, slight off-setting to eps, text paper a bit toned. Only the front flap, rear panel, and rear flap remain of original dj. Front flap with $2.50 original price, rear flap with blurb titled Psychothriller, and rear panel with author photo. The thick, full sized book though no first edition date on title page, so presuming a second printing. A bce dj is used to provide fill-in for the missing front and spine panels. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jim's Books]
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        WORLD AFFAIRS MANUAL [COMPLETE WITH 4 SUPPLEMENTS] A Chronology of Outstanding Events from March 1938 to End of December 1942

      Toronto: World Affairs. Very Good+. 1943. First Edition. Booklet. Covers and pages a bit browned. Very few neat, marginal markings ; A very rare set of five booklets (volume 1 and 4 supplements) containing a detailed daily chronology from 1938 to 1947; 8vo; 65, 92, 100, 120, 84 pages .

      [Bookseller: Complete Traveller Antiquarian Bookstore]
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        The Golden Carpet.

      (London), the Golden Cockerell Press, (1943). - Large 4to. 128 pp. With a portrait frontispiece. Original green half calf and cream cloth boards. Includes: Autograph letter signed. No place, 29 June 1943. 8vo. 2 pp. Additional material. First edition. An account of the British Army's 1941 campaign in the Middle East, advancing from the Mediterranean to Baghdad. Published during the ongoing war, with several poetic pieces about the Middle East appended. Number 45 of 500 copies printed on Arnold's mould-made paper (nos. 1-30 of which were bound in full morocco). Signed and inscribed by the author to the Anglo-Armenian poet Ernest Altounyan: "for Altounyan / the conversations are resumed (on paper), with the author's sincere friendship / Somerset de Clair / 21 June 1943". Tipped in is a 2-page ALS from the author to Altounyan: "Let me lay the Golden Carpet before you. I have used you in the preface as a link between the Levant fighting in this war and the Revolt in the Desert [.]". He discusses some "security cuts" made to the ms. before publication, "such as the fact that [.] Glubb had only 150 men with him in the Desert Patrol although he was so much feared by the Iraqis." - Altounyan, based in Syria, wrote "Ornament of Honour" in 1937 addressed to T. E. Lawrence, written in Aleppo after Lawrence's death. He had known Lawrence for a long time and wrote the poem as a memorial embodying everything he believed to be their common philosophy of life. Of Altounyan, Lawrence wrote (in a letter to Robert Graves): "I think Frederick Manning, and an Armenian called Altounyan and E. M. Forster are three I most care for since Hogarth died." - Laid in is an autograph letter signed (21 April 1945, 1 p.) to Altounyan from Col. Franklin Lushington, author of "Yeoman Service: A Short History of the Kent Yeomanry 1939-1945", returning the volume with thanks. - Spine sunned; boards somewhat fingerstained; some browning to de Chair's ALS, otherwise in fine condition. OCLC 7080861. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        The Hardy Boys: The Flickering Torch Mystery

      Grosset & Dunlap 1943 - Published in New York by Grosset & Dunlap in 1943. Year on copyright page is 1943. First Printing according to the Carpentieri Bibliography (1943A-1) with 5050 on the front DJ flap and 20 Ted Scott titled on the rear DJ flap. Book near fine. DJ very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Bookbid]
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        Sudenten German Anti-fascist Fortnightly. Vol 4, No. 1, 1st January 1943 bis No. 26, 18th December 1943.

      London., Publishing Board of Einheit and Management 1943 - Je zw. 24 und 32 S. Kl.8°, OLn. (Exilarchiv xxx) Kompletter gebundener Jahrgang der von 1942 bis 1945 existierenden Exil-Zeitschrift sudenten-deutscher Antifaschisten, um die sich kommunistische, sozialistische, sozialdemokratische und parteilose Kräfte sammelten. Die Einheit firmierte zwischenzeitlich unter dem Titel young czechoslovakia / deutsche ausgabe . Unter dem Beitragstitel Antisemitismus und Judenschlaechterei von Karl Kreibich heisst u.a.: Auf der ganzen Welt aber muss aus diesem Judenmord die Lehre gezogen werden, welch furchtbare Gefahr der Antisemitismus ist und dass er mit Stumpf und Stil ausgerottet werden muss. Der Antisemitismus muss als ein Verbrechen verfolgt werden, wie das in der Sowjetunion schon vom Anfang festgelegt worden ist. Und in dem großen Kriege, in welchem wir heute stehen, muss jeder Antisemitismus als Verbündeter des Feindes, jeder Antisemit als Angehöriger der Fünften Kolonne betrachtet und behandelt werden. Die entsetzlichen Judenabschlachtungen der Nazis müssen ein Ansporn zu noch energischerer Kriegsführung, zu noch verstärktem Kriegseinsatz sein, um die Bestie so rasch wie möglich unschädlich zu machen. Des weiteren enthält der Jahrgang folgende Beiträge und Artikel: Georg Lukacs: Nikolaus Lenaus Albigenser . Zum 100 jaehrigen Jubilaeum des Erscheinens; Paul Reimann: Juden am Scheideweg; Heinz Schmidt: 10 Jahre Hitler; Gustav Beuer: 25 Jahre Rote Armee 1918-1943; Alfred P. Peres: Was lehrt uns die Rote Armee; D. Manuilski: Hass gegen den Feind; Theodor Plivier: 25. Jahrestag der Roten Armee; Jan Sverma: Probleme des nationalen Befreiungskampfes in den (sic!) Tschechoslowakei; Josef Winternitz: Karl Marx, Denker und Kämpfer (Zu seinem 60. Todestag); Max Zimmering: Historische Variante; F.C. Weiskopf: Risse unter der schimmernden Wehr; Josef Lenk: Der Kameradschaftsbund; Karl von Lustig-Prean: Katholisches Bekenntnis zur Einheitsfront; Friedrich Wolf: Vitamin B ; Josef Wenderlich: Tschechoslowakische Gewerkschaftsgruppe; Lilly Becher: Die Toten reiten schnell; Willi Brecht: Der Maedchenhaendler; Elisabeth Karr: Herbstrosen-Revolution; Petras Cvirka: Die Nachtigall; Hans Burger: Romeo und Julia auf dem Dorfe; F.C. Weiskopf: Ein Bekenntnis; Lenka Reiner: Kotige Schule; A.P. Pers: Die Landeskonferenz sudetendeutscher Antifaschisten. Ein Markstein; Georg Lukacs: Grau in Grau; Wie die Bewegung Freies Deutschland entstand; I. Stern: Kriegsverbrecher und Asylrecht; Egon Erwin Kisch: Bei der Geburt des Vulkans; Clement Gottwald: Hoffen und Streben des tschechoslowakischen Volkes; Hermynia Zur Mühlen: Nachtwache. Einzelhefte mit unterschiedlicher Papierqualität. Einbandrücken nur leicht berieben, sonst guter Zustand. 1000 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rotes Antiquariat]
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        Salto-Papir. Dekoreret Papir til Omslag, Forsats, Tapeter, Kartonnage m.m. Tekst og Prøver af Axel Salto. Prøverne trykt af I. Chr. Sørensen.

      - København, Fischers Forlag 1943. 23 : 15,5 cm. 6 Bl. Text mit 1 Illustr. u. 2 s/w Tafeln und 45 Blatt Salto-Papier in Farblithographie. Orig.-Spiralbuch mit Kartondeckel mit Saltopapier-Bezug u. Titelschild. In insgesamt 800 Exemplaren erschienen wovon 300 für den Buchhandel. Beiliegen 7 lose weitere Papiermuster (46-49, 48 "Lille levende Stehen" in 4 Farbvarianten), 1 gefalt. Bl. Preisliste, 1 Bestellkarte sowie maschinenschriftl. Brief des Verlags, datiert: 24 August 1943, an Architekt Steen Møller, zum Erscheinen dieser Publikation. Die damit beworbenen Papiere wurden jeweils in limitierter Auflage von 350 Ex. hergestellt. - Innendeckel wie wohl immer mit Leimschatten, sonst in sehr schöner Erhaltung.

      [Bookseller: Gerhard Zähringer, Antiquariat & Galerie]
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        Four Quartets

      1943. Hardcover. Fine. Black cloth boards, spine lettered in gilt. First Printing of the First Edition, First issue, with the "First American Edition" statement listed on the copyright page, 1 of 788 copies; in the First State dust jacket with heavy block letters to 9 titles listed on rear panel, through listing of "Old Possum's Book.," and the publisher's original price of $2.00 listed in the upper corner of the inside front flap [Gallup A43a]. Light edge wear, else book in fine condition; and in a very good to near fine dust jacket, with minor paper loss at spine ends and corners, a closed tear at crown of spine, and a crease to the bottom front panel.

      [Bookseller: Idler Fine Books]
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