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        Lost Horizon

      Toronto: The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited. 1943. First. First Canadian edition. Very slightly worn and near fine in a very good plus dustwrapper with very shallow loss at the crown and an internally repaired split along the inside of the front wrap. A very cheaply produced wartime edition that appeared seven years after the true first edition. Fragile and exceptionally scarce. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      New York Harcourt, Brace and Company ca. 1926-1943 - 6 volumes. Early issues of THE WAR YEARS and in the matching format of THE PRAIRIE YEARS. With 426 half-tones of photographs, and 244 cuts of cartoons, letters and documents, and with over 100 maps, additional photographs, and facsimiles. Large 8vo, beautifully bound in three-quarter red crushed morocco for Charles E. Lauriat, the spines righly gilt with raised bands gilt tooled, separating the compartments, which are lettered in two panels and decorated in the remaing four with gilt ornamental devices at the centers, sides with gilt lines bordering the morocco, t.e.g. xvi, 480; vi, 482 including index; xxxi, 660; xi, 655; xiii, 673; xii, 515 + index A very fine, pleasing and handsome set, the bindings very attractive with very little indication of use, internally uncommonly fresh with no foxing whatsoever. AN EXTREMELY PLEASING AND FINELY BOUND SET OF THIS CLASSIC WORK, STILL THE BEST AND MOST DEFINITIVE BIOGRAPHY OF THE GREAT AMERICAN PRESIDENT. Carl Sandburg was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for his Complete Poems (1950), and then again for his Abraham Lincoln: The War Years (1939). The Prairie Years’ covers Lincoln’s life from his birth to his first inauguration. Originally printed in two volumes, the author himself has this to say about this edition, "I first planned this book for one large volume. When completed, however, it was necessary for initial publication to issue it in two. It is [here] made available to a large part of the public I had in mind all the time." The War Years covers the Civil War period until Lincoln’s death by assassination shortly after war’s end. In a real sense, this is the definitive biography of Lincoln, illustrated with photographs and reproductions of paintings, drawings and sketches. Carl Sandburg felt a close tie to Abraham Lincoln because of similar childhood experiences. Sandburg’s and Lincoln’s youths had not been easy. Their understanding of the common man was mutual. Each in his own lifetime would think of himself as a common man, a struggler from among ordinary people, according to one historian. Sandburg put it this way: "There’s a certain level of human existence below which one must sometime have lived if one is to really know the ways of the masses." Reviewers from all over the world called Sandburg’s book a classic. Sandburg, with a reputation as a labor advocate, gained favor with Republicans. After the first two volumes were published, William Randolph Hearst offered Sandburg a job with substantial pay and the Republican Party invited him to be the main speaker at the Lincoln Dinner. When Sandburg died in 1967, it was said of him what he had once said of Lincoln: "Now he belongs to the ages.".Franchere [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA]
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        The Lady in the Lake

      Knopf, NY 1943 - Bound in light green cloth, stamped in forest green. Only flaws to book are a bit of dustiness to edges and a small number 5649 written on the ffep. The dustwrapper has had some minor restoration work done to the top of the spine. Shows a little darkening to the rear panel. But no chips, tears to speak of. One of 6000 copies in the first edition. Overall, a tight, clean copy of the book in original dustwrapper -- rare in this protected condition. Basis for the bizarre movie directed by George Haight of the same title that starred Robert Montgomery as Marlowe -- but because of the "subjective camera" method -- you rarely see the actor. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Michael J. Toth, Bookseller, ABAA]
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      March 22 1943 - A two page letter on both sides of a single sheet, signed H.B. Heelis, written to Charles Forrester, a Carlisle cattle farmer. With original envelope. Mrs Heelis likes her bull now at Troutbeck Park, "he is a beautiful beast, particularly well set up on his legs; should get clean active heifers". "I have had to plough the bull park much to inconvenience", and the aggressive temperaments of some of her bulls, "We must not have another fight, I once saw an amusing fight; the little galloway knelt down and pummelled the white one from beneath under the ribs, the shorthorn would not fight.". Her health, "I soon got rid of flu - and we are both well.". She finishes with a ps on the war, written sideways in the margin, "This is a long war. but we must be thankful not to be as other countries, and I do think there is a better prospect for farming than last time." [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Jonkers Rare Books ABA ILAB]
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        Lost Horizon

      The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, Toronto 1943 - First Canadian edition. Very slightly worn and near fine in a very good plus dustwrapper with very shallow loss at the crown and an internally repaired split along the inside of the front wrap. A very cheaply produced wartime edition that appeared seven years after the true first edition. Fragile and exceptionally scarce. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Santino id. 01 San Francesco Da Paola

      - San Franciscus De Pau Finissima miniatura su pergamena. L'immagine è cavata dalcelebre dipinto di Jean Bourdichon nella Chiesa di S. Maria della Pace a Roma. L'artista sostenne di aver realizzato l'immagine basandosi sulla maschera mortuaria del Santo. S. Francesco da Paola, Patrono degli eremiti, protettore dalla peste e dalla infertilità matrimoniale e, dal 1943, patrono dei naviganti italiani, fu il fondatore dell'ordine dei Frati Minimi, che lui aveva chiamato, in verità, ordine degli Eremiti di S. Francesco d'Assisi. Fu al servizio dei Re di Francia, dapprima di Luigi XI il Prudente, che lo convocò al proprio capezzale di morte, poi del figlio e successore Carlo VIII. Francesco morì in Francia, a Plessis-le-Tour, il giorno del Venerdì Santo, e fu sepolto il Lunedì dell'Angelo. Sulla sua maschera mortuaria il Bourdichon, pittore di corte, dipinse il suo ritratto che fu poi donato da Francesco I a Papa Leone X in occasione della canonizzazione del Santo (1519). L'originale è scomparso, ma si conoscono numerose copie. Dimensioni cm. 13,5 x 7,5 Epoca Secolo XVII

      [Bookseller: Libri Antichi e Rari di A. Castiglioni]
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        Histoire de l'Architecture Classique en France VII Tomes (9 vol.) 1943/1957

      Editions A. et J. Picard et Cie., Paris - br. couv. sple. 20,3x30,3cm. ill. n&b. 16000gr. Tome I La Formation de l'Idéal Classique 2 Vol. La Renaissance, L'architecture sous Henri IV et Louis XIII (1943) 906pp. Tome II 2 Vol. Le Règne de Louis XIV (1948) 939pp. Tome III Première moitié du XVIII° siècle Le Style Louis XV (1950) 673pp. Tome IV Seconde moitié du XVIII° siecle Le style Louis XVI 1750-1792 (1952) 577pp. Tome V Révolution et Empire 1792-1815 (1953) 426pp. Tome VI La Restauration et le Gouvernement de Juillet 1815-1848 (1955) 415pp. Tome VII (1957) La fin de l'Architecture Classique 1848-1900 le tout en bon état quelques dos jaunis [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: A Balzac A Rodin]
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        Noces et autres histoires. D?après le texte russe de Igor Strawinsky. Illustrations de Théodore Strawinsky.

      Neuchâtel, Ides et Calendes, 1943 - Gr.8°, 91 S., 19 handkolorierte Abb. (davon 17 als Taf., 1 als Umschlagillustration), Brosch. m. OU u. Transparent-OU, Der Transparent-OU am Rücken u. den Rändern gebräunt u. m. kl. Rückenverlusten, sonst tadelloses, frisches Ex. EA. Ex. Nr. 61 der 690 Ex. auf «vélin de Biberist» (bei einer Gesamtauflage von 997 Ex. im Handel). Von C. F. Ramuz und Th. Strawinsky im Impressum signiert.Théodore Strawinsky (1907 - 1989), ältester Sohn von Igor Strawinsky. Ermuntert durch René Auberjonois und Alexandre Cingria beginnt er zu malen. 1927 erste Austellung in Paris, bekannt mir vielen wichtigen Malern der Moderne: Georges Braque, den er als seinen ?Meister? bezeichnet, André Derain, André Lhote u. Picasso. 1976 wird Théodore Strawinsky mit der Silbermedaille Arts, Sciences, Lettres der Académie Française ausgezeichnet. 1100 gr. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej]
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        An Autobiography

      Duell, Sloan & Pearce, NY 1943 - 2nd printing thus, sm. sq. 4to, maroon cloth, vg+ (shelfrub bottom edge, light bump at bottom of spine, sm. spot on top edge) in an exceptional near fine dj with the $6.00 price. This light gray dj is lightly sunned on the spine; it has been archivally restored, that is, professionally de-acidified, so that it will never darken again. Exceptionally bright and clean text pages. SIGNED in full on the title page (in the red square) by Frank Lloyd Wright and dated Nov. 9, 1948. 561 pp. This is the first complete edition of this book, with an entire section, 'Form', not in the 1932 Longman's edition. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Herbert. Ein lichtes Leben 1919-1941 doch nie erloschen

      Self published ca. 1943, NP - 4to. Unpaginated ([6],22pp. Brown cloth with silver Iron Cross stamped on front cover. Illustrated front and rear endpapers. Inscription on free front endpaper: "Unserer lieben Paula, die uns in den Stunden tiefsten Leides so treu beigestanden, zum Andenken an unseren unvergesslichen Herbert. Marthe und Oskar Haempel. (Place unreadable), 1943." The inscription is from Herbert's parents to his widow (?), Paula. Self published by the family in remembrance of their son, German Wehrmacht officer Herbert Haempel, who fell on the Eastern Front on August 9th, 1941. Tipped-in frontispiece of a b/w reproduction of a photograph showing Herbert in uniform. Additional two tipped-in photographic reproductions, one of Herbert and his brother Günther, the other of Herbert's grave site. Includes printed, tipped-in letter by Günther to Marthe & Oskar informing them on the death of their son, a short biography, war diary, as well as some poems written in honor of Herbert. Decorative initials in maroon throughout. Slight rubbing on head and tail of spine and corners. Finger smudges on free front endpaper. Bottom part of pages slightly creased. Tight copy in overall very good condition. No information or listings found anywhere online. Scarce publication by the Haempel family, expressing pride in their son for serving and dying for the Führer and the Fatherland. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Haunted House and other stories

      The Hogarth Press 1943 - FIRST U.K. EDITION of Virginia Woolf's "A Haunted House and other stories." Published in London by The Hogarth Press, 1943. "First published 1943" stated on copyright page. Flap price reads "7s." Book fine, DJ near fine except for slight marks on back cover and slight chip on top back flap. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE GASTRONOMICAL ME. Inscribed to her sister.

      Duell, Sloan and Pearce, [1943, New York - Fisher, M.F.K. THE GASTRONOMICAL ME. Inscribed to her sister. New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1943 . First Edition, Publisher's unknown variant of apricot cloth covered boards stamped in silver at the spine. Not the smooth green cloth normally encountered & likely one of the earliest author's copies. 8vo., 295pp, with the more uncommon first issue dustwrapper with the more provocative reclining pose shot by Hurrell. A near fine copy in a very good dustwrapper showing moderate use including two chips at the spine crown. Inscribed by Fisher to her sister in black fountain pen on the ffe: "For Aimee, with my love always / Mary". A superb family copy of this much 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. "When I write about hunger, I am really writing about love and the hunger for it, and warmth, and the love of it - and then the warmth and richness and fine reality of hunger satisfied. " Her lovely description of one of her meals speaks volumes about her craft: "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". An excellent copy. "M. F. K. Fisher . brings onstage a peach or a brace of quail and shows us history, cities, fantasies, memories, emotions." - Patricia Storace, The New York Review of Books. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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      Edition : PARIS, AU MOULIN DE PEN-MUR, 1943 - Préface de Georges G. Toudouze - 16 pages de texte, carte en couleurs et 99 planches rehaussées d'aquarelle - Couverture illustrée d'un blason - En feuillets sous portefeuille, dos toilé - Bel état, mais rousseurs éparses feuillets sous portefeuille, 32 cm. Bon état

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      Knopf,, New York: 1943 - 3-271 pp. First edition; first printing. Binding tight; boards clean; a bright dust jacket (enclosed in a clear protector) with extremely minute edge wear; spine lightly sunned; otherwise a fine copy. See additional images provided. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: GABO'S BIB / BRAZIL BOOKS]
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        Recopilación de Leyes de los Reynos de las Indias

      Madrid : Consejo de la Hispanidad 1943 - ~ 3 vol. ~ Prólogo de Ramón Menéndez Pidal ~ Reimpresión de la edición de Ibarra de 1791 ~ Pleno marroquí, nervios, hierros en seco en lomo y planos, florón central del Instituto de Cultura Hispánica en dorado, cejas doradas con rueda de motivos animales, charnela en piel y guardas de seda ~ I: 9f+660p; II: 613p; III: 562+262p ~ 27x20x14cm. ~ Impecable estado. Encuadernaciones de lujo ~ Heavy item, circa 4.5 Kg. Extra postage costs will apply / Additional images available/ [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Fountainhead

      Bobbs Merrill, 1943. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Bobbs Merrill, 1943: First Edition, First Printing with statement of "First Edition" present on the copyright page (all other issue points are irrelevant). In second state green cloth binding, lacking a dust jacket. In Very Good condition. Cloth shows wear at extremities, light rubbing. Spine shows gentle reading creases. Previous owner name in ink to front free end paper, erased pencil marking to paste downs. Text is clean, with a faint, gentle waviness to pages at rear. A lovely copy overall.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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      New York; American Jewish Congress.. 1943-45. Pamphlet. Original Wrappers. 4to. 28 cm. 13 [1]+ 11+11, [1]+11+11+11 pages. Single-sided mimeographed pages. Six Holocaust-era reports covering 8 months in 1943-44, (November-December & February- March reports are combined) . Internally distributed confidential report detailing the activities of the American Jewish Congress. Including descriptions of international Jewish Representative Committees, wartime relief and rescue efforts, legislation combating anti-Semitism, recommendations by the World Jewish congress to the UN regarding the relief and rehabilitation of Jewish communities, news and information about Jewish emigration and related legislation. “With this issue, The American Jewish Congress begins the publication of a series of confidential reports to be issued monthly for the information and guidance of its representatives throughout the country. These reports will present material on and off the record with respect to the program and activities of the Congress movement, comprised by the American Jewish Congress, the World Jewish Congress, the Inter-American Jewish Council and the Institute of Jewish Affairs. This material will be addressed to the discussions of under takings in the four areas of activity to which the work of the Congress movement is dedicated, namely: 1. The protection of the Home Front and the strengthening of the democratic way of life. 2. The rescue of the Jews of Europe from extermination. 3. The establishment of the foundations on which Jewish life may be rehabilitated on a basis of equality and security in a free world. 4. Assistance to the war effort. ” (Introduction) . No sets or single issues on OCLC. Quite probably a unique surviving set. Light shelf wear. Very good + condition. (AJCong-29) .

      [Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books]
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        Affair of the Jade Monkey

      Dodd Mead 1943 - lite shelfwear at top edge, moderate stains to top of text block & very top edge of some page margins else a VG+/NF bright copy in a VG/VG+ crisp dj w/some lite stains at very top edge of inside flap fold. Autographed To George and Nora Jorgenson, and I wish you had been in Yosemite with us when we got material for this book. Clifford Knight Los Angeles 1943, 1st Edition [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Canford Book Corral]
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        All This and Bevin Too

      Nicholson & Watson 1943 - 282 x 138mm, stapled in pinkish-white pictorial wrappers printed in lake red & black, pp.30. Cover & 7 full-page drawings by Mervyn Peake. Staples rusted, minor nick in fore-edge of lower wrapper. Very scarce, fragile wartime production. Crisp's 48-stanza satirical dig at WWII recruiting propaganda is wonderfully complemented by Peake's characteristically quirky line drawings. I specialise in Mervyn Peake. Enquiries welcome. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Cameron House Books]
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      Chicago: Consolidated Book Publishers, (1943). First Edition. Hardcover. About Fine in the original pictorial shipping box, also second issue, never mailed. Pictorial boards without dust jacket as issued and with the original unused shipping box reproducing the cover image of the book. Second Issue with the 1943 rather than 1942 copyright. Salinger's story is his FIRST published book appearance predating CATCHER IN THE RYE by eight years. Also includes works by Ellery Queen, Rudyard Kipling, Damon Runyan, and Ernest Thayer's "Casey at the Bat," among others. Numerous color and black-and-white illustrations.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Original Signed & Inscribed Portrait Photograph

      Dreiser, Theodore. (August 27, 1871-December 28, 1945). 1943 - Dreiser, Theodore. (August 27, 1871-December 28, 1945). Regarded as one of the pre-eminent American novelists of the first half of the twentieth-century [Sister Carrie, An American Tragedy]. Original photo display. Hollywood, February, 1943. Framed & glazed to an overall size of 14" ½ x 16" ½. Elegant museum framing, double matte, 8" x 10" original sepia oval style photo of the author. Neatly inscribed in black fountain pen: "For Wm W. Seward, Jr. / From Theodor Dreiser / Hollywood / Feb-1943". An excellent portrait of Dreiser. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        The Fountainhead

      The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Indianapolis, New York 1943 - Early edition. Book-plate ffep. Jacket spine-end chip and cracking. Small chip back corner. Some fading to jacket spine. Tanning. Small shelving creases to 7 back page corners. A few use marks on red cloth. Pages clean. Binding good. $3.00 price intact. Picture of Ayn Rand on jacket back. Text type a bit messy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Alliierte Flugschriften - Feindpropaganda aus dem 2. Weltkrieg. Konvolut mit 32 Originalflugschriften und Flugblättern - darunter 7 x "Luftpost" (vierseitig) aus London, 3 x "Sternenbanner (vierseitig) aus London, 5 x "Nachrichten für die Truppe"(vierseitig) , Einzelflugblätter.

      London u.a., 1943-1945.. . Altersentsprechend gut, Sehr unterschiedliche Qualitäten - von gut erhalten bis schütter und ausgebleicht, einige mit Einrissen.

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        Plakat - Sozialdemokraten. Lithographie.

      Zürich, Wolfensberger, 1943 - 128 x 90,5 cm, Zustand B. AuftraggeberIn: Sozialdemokratische Partei der Schweiz. 1200 gr.

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        Tibetan Word Book

      Oxford University Press, Indian Branch, London 1943 - Circular blind-stamp of the "Preparatory Research Council / American Aero-Medical Mountain Mission" on the front endpaper and title page. Dust wrapper spine has some tears and losses and signs of label removal.; xvi, 447 pages. Green cloth boards. Page dimensions: 247 x 182mm.The dust wrapper and endpapers are of hand made paper manufactured in Bhutan for the Tibetan market. The front panel of the dust wrapper has the same type setting as the title page. Printed in India. Scarce, particularly with the dust wrapper. Aurel Stein's Preface is dated "Camp, Bahawalpur January 1, 1943". "His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, Jetsun Jampel Ngawang Lobsang Yishe Tendzin Gyatsho, was born on the sixth of June 1935 near Kumbum in the district to the south-east of Lake Kokonor which the Tibetans call Amdo. A visit to Lhasa in 1940 in connexion with his installation gave opportunity for much of the work which has been done on these books. Based on an examination of syllables, the books show how it is that Dalai means Ocean, that Lama means one who is Above All, that Kumbum means the Hundred Thousand Images, that Lhasa means the Place of God, that the word Serthringaso which we render as Installation means the Request to Take Possession of the Golden Throne, and that the names of the Dalai Lama mean The Holy One, The Tender Glory, Mighty in Speech, Of Excellent Intellect, Of Absolute Wisdom, Holding the Doctrine, The Ocean" - from the author's "General Preface". Basil Gould and Hugh Richardson, working for the Indian Civil Service, featured very prominently in the story of Britain's political relations with Tibet in the first half of the Twentieth Century. Hugh Richardson became a notable British scholar of Tibetan history, many of Richardson's writings on Tibetan history were collected in the book "High Peaks, Pure Earth" (1998). For more on the British cadre in Tibet before 1950, see Alex McKay's "Tibet and the British Raj: The Frontier Cadre 1904-1947" (1997), and the works of Sir Charles Bell. ; 4to [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Typed Letter, signed, to Maria N. Randall of Sarah Lawrence College, regarding his unpublished play, MULATTO

      np, april 5 1943 - To Miss Maria Randall of Sarah Lawrence College, reading in part, "I regret that I do not have a copy of MULATTO which I could send you, as I have given my only manuscript copy to the James Weldon Johnson Memorial Collection at Yale University. The play has not been published - The Broadway version differed considerably from my own manuscript - as often happens on Broadway, for reasons of box-office, there were many deletions and insertions that I had nothing to do with-" 4to. One page, with 2 autograph emendations. Folded for mailing, otherwise very good or better. Enclosed in a crimson cloth fold over chemise. From the Copley collection [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les montagnards *

      [Section vaudoise des Peintres et Sculpteurs, sans lieu 1943]. - Bois gravé original 22 x 18, tiré en noir, signé à la mine de plomb en bas à droite avec mention "épr. d'essai". Bois gravé costaud pour le cadeau annuel de l'organisme précité faisant office d'éditeur. Épreuve non signée sur demande à quart prix.

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        The Fountainhead

      Bobbs Merrill, 1943. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Bobbs Merrill, 1943: First Edition, First Printing with statement of "First Edition" present on the copyright page (all other issue points are irrelevant). In second state green cloth binding, lacking a dust jacket. In Very Good condition. Cloth shows wear at extremities, light rubbing. Spine shows gentle reading creases. Previous owner name in ink to front free end paper, erased pencil marking to paste downs. Text is clean, with a faint, gentle waviness to pages at rear. A lovely copy overall.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Gallant Harvest

      New York: Arcadia House. 1943. First. First edition. Fine in near fine, price-clipped dustwrapper with very light wear. Four college-age girls work on a farm during the war: an orphan, a war widow, a disillusioned showgirl, and a woman trying to teach her husband a lesson. The owner of the farm, a wounded air hero, opens the farm to other injured aviators, and sparks fly. The Georgia-born Peggy Gaddis Dern wrote under the names Peggy Gaddis and Peggy Dern. This copy Inscribed by the author to her sister and brother-in-law: "To Goldie & Mr. Wyatt, with our love. Peggy Dern 1943." A nice association in an attractive copy. OCLC locates a single copy. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Dictionary of American Biography Published under the Auspices of American Council of Learned Societies

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York 1943 - 20 volumes, with one volume index and Supplement One and Supplement Two (23 volumes in all), Quarto. . With the bookplate of the Bohemian Club of San Francisco in each volume. original red pebbled cloth lettered and decorated in gilt [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Fountainhead

      Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill. (1943). Early reprint in gray papercovered boards stamped in blue. Near fine in a nice, near fine dustwrapper. Inscribed by Rand and dated by her in 1968. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., New York 1943 - Autobiography and first book by one of our greatest songwriters, author of this country's unofficial national anthem, "This Land Is Your Land." This title, quite scarce in the first edition, especially in dustwrapper, served as the basis for the Hal Ashby film starring David Carradine. Bob Dylan, in his autobiography CHRONICLES, recounts reading BOUND FOR GLORY for the first time: "I went through it from cover to cover like a hurricane, totally focused on every word, and the book sang out to me like the radio. BOUND FOR GLORY is a hell of a book. It's huge. Almost too big." Small owner's address label on the front endpaper, gilt on the front cover and spine strong. The dustwrapper is bright and attractive free from any major defect but for a large chip at the head of the spine, extending to 1-3/4" at its deepest and obliterating nearly all of the title. Near Fine in a Very Good dustwrapper [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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