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        Black Angel

      New York: Doubleday, Doran Crime Club, 1943 Light wear to boards, mild toning; else clean, square and unmarked. Jacket has chipping at spine ends, edgewear and several coled tears; else clean and intact. The fourth in the "Black" series and subject for 1946 Film Noir starring Dan Duryea, Peter Lorre and Broderick Crawford. In a race against the clock, young bride tries to save her husband from the electric chair for murder he didn't commit

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        The Preacher of Cedar Mountain

      Seton Village Press Sante Fe 1943 - First Edition Thus, by the author's own press. Original red cloth, black lettering, octavo. This copy with fabulous gift inscription by Seton at front free endpaper to Douglas A. Milward and dated 1943. The inscription includes an original drawing by Seton of a stick-figure Hitler being hung by the neck. Milward gifted the book with a letter tipped in to front pastedown that reads in part: "This book the first, last and only novel written by my good friend, well known naturalist, artist and author." Very Good, without dustjacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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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      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa blanda. Barcelona. Diputacion Provincial de Barcelona.imprenta-escuela. 1943. CIII+461+2h. Rustica. 29x20. Profusamente Ilustrado. Magnifica Obra. Ref 1.4 Biblioteca A.

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        Ensayo de Bibliografia Maritima Espanola. large paper ed.

      Instituto Nacional de Libro Español, 1943, - PALAU CLAVERAS, Augustin, et al. Ensayo de Bibliografia Maritima Española. Barcelona: Instituto Nacional de Libro Español, 1943. Pp 461. Frontis., 1 plate leaf. Large 8vo, printed card covers. One of 250 large-paper copies printed folio on fine, thick laid paper. A splendidly produced bibliography of Spanish maritime history, comprising over 4700 entries. With a variety of scholarly and official introductions, and a fine selection of facsimiles reproducing title pages and illustrations from many of the rarer items cited. With an extensive index. Very slightly rubbed, tiny nick to bottom of spine. Mostly uncut. A very nice copy. 600.00

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        Armee und Heimat, Kalender 1943.

      Bern, Verlag Zbinden, 1943 - 4°, 16 Bl., 12 teilw. farb. Orig.-Graph., Spiralbindung., Ohne Deckbl., Papier teilw. gebräunt u. stockfl. Mit 12 Orig.-Holzschnitt-Monatsbildern von Buchser (2 Bl. signiert), Burki (4 Bl. signiert; 2 Bl. stockfl.), Hainard (2 Bl.unsign.), Patocci (2 Bl. unsign.)und Zbinden (2 Bl. signiert, 1 Bl fleckig). Dieser Kalender erschien auch bei der Büchergilde Gutenberg. 1200 gr. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Ministry of Fear

      Heinemann, London 1943 - HARDBACK - The book is in near fine condition, free of any previous owner names or Inscriptions. The yellow boards are clean and free of any fading. The inner pages are very clean and free of finger marks or foxing. The dust wrapper is in near fine condition with a very minor chip to the spine tip, and to the corners of the front and rear flap folds. Correctly priced at, printed to wartime production standards, with the printing of the J B Priestly title - Faraway - to the reverse of the dust wrapper. Overall a superb example of a notoriously fragile title. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      London: William Heinemann Ltd., [1943]. - First edition. 8vo. Original yellow cloth with the title, author and publisher stamped in black on the spine and a windmill device stamped in black at the right tail of the rear cover. Cloth moderately soiled, former owner's inked name on front fly leaf else very good in a professionally restored dust jacket. Pasted to the rear pastedown sheet is a newspaper clipping taken from the Sunday Supplement of May 29, 1943. Arthur Rowe, a middle aged, disillusioned man with a sordid past stumbles into a real mystery when he wins a cake in a raffle at a seedy charity fair. From the moment he claims his cake, Rowe becomes a marked man. He is followed, threatened, attacked, betrayed, imprisoned, and nearly blown up. Through it all he tries to figure out what message is connected with the cake. Does it all point to a devious plot to threaten the allied cause and his beloved England? [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BUCKINGHAM BOOKS, ABAA, ILAB]
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        The Ministry of Fear

      The Viking Press, 1943 - Published in New York by The Viking Press in 1943. Book very good, very slightly shelf-cocked, minor wear at spine ends and corners, traces of two tiny removed stickers on end-papers, very slight spotting on boards and spine, slim discoloration line horizontally across middle of fore-edge of pages. DJ very good, slight rubbing and chipping at spine ends and corners,slight rubbing along outer joints, slight fading on spine, slight sunfading along edges of flaps and back, and inside DJ on spine. DJ price reads "$2.50." Housed in specially-made cloth slipcase. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Editions Rombaldi (1943-47), Paris - Eight volumes containing seven titles from the collection. Beuatifully illustrated. Uniformly bound in maroon crushed morocco, t.e.g., the spines with gilt titles and overall stylized crosshatched gilt designs. Original wrappers bound in. Titles: La Varende. Man' D'Arc. Illus. by Guy Arnoux in color pochoir throughout the text.Rostand. Chantecler. Original lithographs by Maurice Mourlot throughout the text.Goncourt. La Fille Elisa. Original etchings by Etienne Bouchaud.Maupassant. Contes de la Campagne. "Eaux-fortes originales" by Maurice Savin.Pergaud. De Goupil a Margot. Color illustrations by Pierre Gandon.Toulet. Les Tendres Manages. Aquarelles by Jean Moral.Rebell. La Nichina. (2 vols.). "Burins Originaux" by Pierre Dubreuil. Fine, quite beautifully produced Each volume numbered from limitations ranging from 910 to 990 copies [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Fountainhead

      Bobbs Merrill 1943 - The true first edition (First Edition stated on the copyright page) in a first issue dust jacket (with the correct Bobbs Merrill list on the back panel). Near fine in a complete, very good dust jacket with tape residue on the top of the jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Indianapolis/NY: Bobbs-Merrill, (1943) - Very good stated First Edition of the author's landmark novel, an enduring literary classic and basis for the acclaimed 1949 King Vidor film version starring Gary Cooper, Patricia Neal and Raymond Massey. Square and tight, this copy in the original first state publisher's red cloth shows the wear endemic to this title, a title becoming ever more scarce in the first edition. Dust jacket trimmed, and with the Ayn Rand photo and the three blurbs on real panel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mystery Pier Books, Inc.,ABAA, ILAB, ABA]
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        The Fountainhead

      Bobbs -Merrill 1943 - First Edition, First Printing. This is the true first edition with all the first issue points re-bound in fine leather with gold trim. An attractive copy of this exquisitely hand crafted book. The binding is tight and the boards are crisp with slight wear to the panels. The pages are clean with new decorative endpapers. There is no writing, or bookplates in the book. Overall, a unique and spectacular copy of this true first edition re-bound in fine material. Trades and offers welcomed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      - Lausanne, André Gonin, 1943. En feuilles. 27x37 cm. Ouvrage illustré de lithographies originales de BOSSHARD. Couverture rempliée. Chemise-étui en carton recouvert de papier crème. Extérieur de l'étui renforcé avec du papier collant, sinon ouvrage en excellent état. Un des 174 exemplaires sur vélin à la forme (n° 117), signé par l'artiste et l'éditeur. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Way Some People Live

      Random House, New York 1943 - First edition. Fine in very near fine dustwrapper with a very small nick near the base of the spine and a faint spot on the spine, but an especially bright and fine example. Signed by the author and dated in 1976. Cheever's uncommon first book, a collection of short fiction that he never allowed to be reprinted. Only three of the stories have ever been subsequently printed, in an obscure paperback published in the 1960s. Consequently Cheever was loathe to sign copies, and this is one of only a very few thus. Combined with the especially nice condition, this may be the best copy we've seen. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Drei Hühner mit Hahn (Aquarell). - Drei Kamele (Oelkreide, Mischtechnik). Doppelbild.

      1943 - 1943. Bildgrösse 41x51 cm. Unten rechts signiert und datiert 1943. Gerahmt unter Glas (beidseitig) 58x68 cm. Helen Dahm geb. 21.5.1878 Egelshofen, † 24.5.1968 Männedorf. Zunächst schwierige Jugend. Zeichenunterricht bei Max von Sury. Ab 1897 nach Zürich. Ausbildung an der Kunstgewerbeschule Zürich, vorwiegend in den grafischen Techniken, da unter dem Einfluss der Zürcher Lehrer Hermann Gattiker und Ernst Würtenberger. Ab 1906 bei Robert Engels (1866–1926) und Julius Exter (1863–1939) in München. Begegnung mit den Werken der Künstlergruppe Der Blaue Reiter. 1913 Rückkehr nach Zürich, auseinandersetzung mit dem Expressionismus. 1938 Auflösung des Haushalts und Aufbruch mit einer Frauengruppe in den Ashram von Shri Meher Baba (1894-1969) in Meherabad, Indien. Erkrankung an Ruhr und 1939 Heimkehr nach Oetwil. 1953 Retrospektive im Helmhaus Zürich und ersehnter Durchbruch; 1954 nimmt Helen Dahm als erste Frau den Preis für bildende Kunst der Stadt Zürich entgegen. Werke in diversen Museen und Sammlungen der Schweiz. Gerahmt unter Glas (beidseitig) 58x68 cm. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Little Prince.

      Reynal and Hitchcock, New York 1943 - Signed Limited edition. One of 525 numbered copies. Signed by Antoine De Saint-Exupery. Small quarto, original salmon cloth. Fine in a near fine dust jacket. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. The Little Prince has something of Hans Christian Andersen in it, something of Lewis Carroll, and even, it may perhaps be said, a bit of John Bunyan. It is often lyrical sometimes profound However it is classified, The Little Prince has entered children's literature, in the manner of quite a few other such hard-to-define works in the preceding centuries" (Pierpont Morgan Library). A year after the book's publication in 1943, Saint-Exupery disappeared over the Mediterranean while flying a reconnaissance mission for his French air squadron, making this signed limited very desirable. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      Encinal: Callaghan Land and Pastoral Co., n.d. (1943 or 1944). - First edition. 8vo. Pictorial wrappers with extended edges, 82 pp., foreword, illustrated, portraits, map. HERD 2460 says, "A story of the Callaghan Ranch in Texas with many scenes of the ranch, cattle, and cowboys." Non-authorial presentation inscription on lower portion of title page, lightly rubbed and a minor crease to bottom edge of front cover, else near fine copy. Housed in a clamshell case with titles stamped in silver gilt on the spine. CAMPBELL 98. HERD 2460. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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      NY: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1943. Book. Good. Hardcover. 8 x 5. TITLE: LE PETIT PRINCE By ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXPUPERY 1943 RARE AUTHOR: ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXPUPERY PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) /COPYRIGHT: Reynal & Hitchcock, NY 1943 EDITION: First Edition with none stated, only one date present CATEGORY: Children, Foreign, ---NOT SIGNED--- BINDING/COVER: Hardback with dust jacket CONDITION: (All defects if any are formulated into pricing by ViewFair Books Books. If ViewFair Books miss any defects or highlights on any book/printings, our policy is to make immediate amends to any customer): The RARE jacket has chipping along the spine, the edges, and the front corner edges with splitting to the corner edge. There is a slight age brown tone to the jacket (see photo). Price of $3.00 is still on the front flap. THIS BOOK MAY HAVE THE ONLY SURVIVING DUST JACKET LISTED ON THE INTERNET FOR SALE!!! Book is without marks or writings, pages are clean, and book is tight and sturdy. The inside of book has no marks, no dog ears, no bent pages. THE BOOK APPEAR TO BE WRITTEN IN FRENCH!!! SIZE: 7 x 9 (approximately) PAGES: 93 pages BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: First Edition. Reynal & Hitchcock, NY 1943. Good/Poor(plus) dust jacket condition. FIRST American Edition in French; Avec dessins par l'auteur (illustrations by the author); light brown cloth over boards; maroon imprint on cover and spine; no additional printings listed on the copyright page; 91 pages. EXTREMELY RARE COPY WITH ONLY FOUR REYNAL & HITCHCOCK COPIES FROM 1943 FOUND FOR SALE ON THE INTERNET, AND THEY ARE PRICED FROM $900 - $5,000!!!!!!! THERE IS ONE COPY SELLING FOR $1,500 WITHOUT THE DUST JACKET!!! COMPETITIVE PRICING! 1499-1350 InvCode zzd85 ViewFair Books : 003246.

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        The St. Johns a Parade of Diversities. The Rivers of America Series

      Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., New York & Toronto 1943 - SIGNED BY BOTH AUTHORS. Plain beige cloth binding. Top edges of pages darkened. Spine has a blue cloth label with gilt title. Numerous illustrations. Pictorial dust jacket has a small portion of top & bottom of spine and a small portion of the lower edge of the front cover missing. Book synopsis is on back of jacket and flaps. In text illustrations. Maps. Half-Title. Index. RARE SIGNED EDITION BY BRANCH CABELL, one of America's foremost writers. Also SIGNED by A.J. HANNA, the co-author. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Mystery At Witchend

      George Newness Limited, Strand, London 1943 - Cover red cloth boards black titles front top middle + spine. Illustrated DJ not price clipped 7/6. DJ depicts on reverse girl in riding breeches, fair plaited hair, hands in pockets beside a boy shorts, long socks peering down into the valley. Shropshire purple hills rolling in b/g. On front, below in the valley 2 children sitting on a field gate, stone walls, dog behind them. Yellow path to thatched homestead, 4 visible chimneys. Owl flying top right under white titles. First of the Lone Pine Adventures. Story of the Morton Family & their strange adventures in the wild, hill country of Shropshire. b/w map of Witchend Country end papers. b/w full page illustrations. 248 pages. DJ nibbled along all edges. 5cm tear bottom spine right edge. Few small holes edges + left hand spine. Boards, slight rubbing top/bottom spine, sides, corners. Sunned along spine + edges. First title page neat dedication in pencil. Pages discoloured with age outer edge collectively. Remainder, clean. Tight binding. Little wear VGC. 21 x 14.7 x 2.3cm [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        America Through Indian Eyes SIGNED

      Uttar Chand Kapur & Sons, Lahore 1943 - Dedication copy by the author of 'Reminiscences of an Engineer'. Book might be likened to de Tocqueville's, Democracy in America (1835). Some chapter headings: America-A Proof of Man's Creative Effort, Everyday Life in America, American Food, American Girls, Public Services, Roosevelt-The Man, Bill of Rights for Boys, Caste in America and India, Man versus Machine etc. 259 pp. Illustrated with b/w (1 color plate) photographs. Green boards feature gilt text on front and spine. Foreword (dated 1942 at Lahore) by The Hon'ble Khan Bahadur, Lt.-Col., Sirdar Sir Sikander Hyat Khan, K.B.E. the late Premier of the Punjab. Book was printed at the Kapur Art Printing Works in Lahore. Frontis: The Hon'ble Sir Sikander Hyat Khan. Personal Acknowledgment by author dated September 8, 1940 at Benmore, Simla E. Prefatory by author. Book is shaken but complete with everything attached. Sain spent from April 12 to 29 October 1939, primarily studying engineering works in a whirlwind tour of North America. Book is dedication copy to Mr. J.T. Johnston, Ottawa, Canada. "With best compliments and wishes for the New Year from the author KanwarSain(sic)" 26.10.1943. Above purple stamp:' Director Irrigation Research Punjab, Lahore'. on ffep. Library of Congress # E169.1.k3 Bookseller's Inventory # 110525 Dedication copy SIGNED by author. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      New York: E.P. Dutton. 1943. First. First edition. A trifle soiled at the spine ends, near fine in a very attractive, very good plus dustwrapper with small nicks at the spine ends. A wartime propaganda novel about an imagined Japanese conquest of California centered around the invasion of Santa Monica and Los Angeles. The dustwrapper belongs in the jacket art Hall of Fame, with leering Japanese soldiers capturing besuited studio executives and brassiere-clad blonde starlets at the Los Angeles City limits. Very scarce, especially in nice condition. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Fotografia. Prima rassegna dell'attivita fotografica in Italia

      Milano; Domus 1943 - in 4°; pp. 228 (ill. in bn.); leg. orig. in mezza tela. Interamente illustrato con foto di artisti italiani: Arturo Bragaglia, Erberto Carboni, Giuseppe Cavalli, Claudio Emmer, Elio Luxardo, Carlo Mollino, Bruno Munari, Giuseppe Pagano, Enrico Peressuti, Giovanni Scheiwiller e molti altri. Testo su due colonne italiano - tedesco (ottimo)

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      Le Vasseur & Cie, Paris 1943 - 249 & 166 pages. 24 x 18 cm. Twenty-four tinted watercolors (aquarelles) by Louis Icart with two additional suites: one in color and one in black and white printed on Velin D'Arches paper in a Limited Edition, copy 265 of 400. Translation by Gerard de Nerval and printed by Draeger Freres. Another of many sterling book art publications printed in Paris during the German occupation. This copy a brilliant exemplar, printed in red and black, extremely clean and bright with cover glassine over wrappers almost as new. Orig. printed stiff wrappers. Fine in slightly nicked slipcases. 2 vols. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Picasso. Seize Peintures 1939-1943. Introduction de Robert Desnos.

      Les Éditions du Chêne., Paris. 1943 - A poor copy of this rare folio. 14/16 plates. Covers detached, title page detached and torn. Boldly signed by Picasso on the title-page in blue ink. From the collection of Phillip James, provenance Marcus Campbell Art Books. Mr Philip James, CBE, who died on Monday 1st may 1974, at the age of 72, was Librarian of the Royal Academy from 1969. Earlier he had a long association with the Arts Council and its predecessor, CEMA, as art director. He joined CEMA in1941as Deputy Secretary and a year later became director of art. For 17 years he worked with diligence and devotion to reveal and interpret painting and sculpture to a new and some times puzzled audience. He was closely involved in the selection and promotion of the many exhibitions which the Arts Council presents each year and credit must go to him for the part he played in winning greater acceptance and tolerance of experiment in art from the general public. His regard for tradition was as notable as his sympathy for innovation and the roll call of Art Council exhibitions presented during his time with that body is in itself a tribute to the breadth of his interests. Philip Brutton James, the son of the Rev John C James, was born on October 31, 1901 and educated at Sherborne and University College London. He became Sub-Librarian of the Middle Temple in 1923 and two years later joined the staff of the Victoria and Albert Museum Library of which he was appointed Keeper in 1936. From 1939 to 1941 he was with the Ministry of Home Security. After leaving the Arts Council in 1958 he became Director of Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire which had been bequeathed to the National Trust by Mr James de Rothschild. He resigned the appointment after a year and then spent four years as Secretary and Editor of the Museums' Association. He was the author of 'Early Keyboard Instruments', 'Children's Book of Yesterday', 'English Book Illustration 1800-1900' and books on Van Gogh and Henry Moore. He married in 1926 Bertha daughter of Canon V L Whitechurch. They had one son and one daughter. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        N. S. Ordensburg Sonthofen [INSCRIBED] & 3 related items

      NP n/d - Portfolio. 18 original silver prints mounted on heavy card stock resting in tan cloth clamshell box. Photos are by Hugo Schmölz, one of the main architectural photographers of the Third Reich. 10 of them show the exterior and interior of the N. S. Ordensburg Sonthofen, the other 8 are of buildings nearby such as the post office and Generalhalle (generals hall). Inscribed below one of the photos "Meinem lieben Mitarbeiter Baurat August Kröninger zu seinem 45. Geburtstage, München, den 26. April 1943, Hermann Giesler." Giesler was the architect of the Ordensburg. Minor staining to box, interior of box is lined with textured silk, fore-edge flap as issued designed to remove plates in a safe efficient manner. Minor staining to box, two-inch closed tear to card stock on one plate not affecting image. Overall very good condition.Together with:"Die Kunst im dritten Reich." 3. Jahrgang / Folge 1, Ausgabe B, Januar 1939. Folio. 44,viii,pp. Illustrated wraps. Most of backstrip torn but still holding. Two by one inch piece on back wrapper missing. Among many articles this issue contains a subsection by Hermann Giesler on the Sonthofen Ordensburg as well as other projects he worked on. Illustrated with reproductions of b/w photos as well as one color photograph of the Ordensburg. Architectural plans by Gieser of 'Die hohe Schule am Chiemsee', 'Haus Elephant' in Weimar, and 'Die Bauten am Adolf Hitler Platz' also in Weimar "in rear of book. Kunst im dritten Reich" was the most important magazine on architecture and art in the Third Reich. Wraps in good-, interior in very good condition.Together with:24 page booklet "N.S. Ordensburg. 4to. Illustrated wrappers. Minor creasing and staining to wraps. Last 6 pages loose but present. Frontispiece portrait of Hitler. Introduction by Dr. Robert Ley. Foreword by Alwin Seifert. Illustrated with reproductions of b/w photographs of the Ordensburg. Good condition.Together with: Der Weg der Ordensburg. Berlin. ND. Verlag der deutschen Arbeitsfront. Elephant folio. Unpaginated. Original illustrated wrappers. This work was a "Sonderdruck" (Special edition) not sold to the general public. Profusely illustrated with reproductions of b/w photographs. Many of the photos were taken by Hitler's personal photographer, Heinrich Hoffmann. "Sonderdruck des Reichsorganisationsleiters der NSDAP für das Führerkorps der Partei, ihrer Gliederungen und der angeschlossenen Verbände." Text in Gothic. Good condition. Rare. "Ordensburg(en)" were special schools to "prepare" and train future Nazi leaders. Applicants were put through a rigorous test in order to be accepted and of course had to prove that they were of "pure German blood and Aryan descent." They had to be aged between 25 and 30 years old, belong to either the Nazi Party, the Hitler Youth, SA or SS. The schools themselves were typically stark, modern structures with basic utilities and ample room for the young men training to go to war. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        West with the Night

      Harrap, London 1943 - 1st impression produced in conformity with war economy standards. Publisher's original turquoise cloth with gilt titles to spine still reasonably fresh but with a hint of soiling to edges and limited bumping/rubbing to spine ends and other extremities. Page block edges foxed. Internally minor and only occasional foxing with one neat ownership signature and date to top of front pastedown. Unpriceclipped dustjacket still almost all present except for a few chips to spine ends and fold ends with edge creasing and occasional short [less than .5 cms] closed tear - discernable but light coffee cup ring stain to front panel and another slightly heavier one to rear panel with some soiling but the overal effect is not bad. A scarce book in jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Heads and Tales [Snake or Reptile Skin Binding].

      Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1936. Signed presentation copy to the creator of this binding (Helen Wormser) in 1943. - 6 3/4 x 9 1/2", 416pp., numerous black & white photo illustrations (those of the bronzes & marbles by Peter Juley & De Witt Ward). Signed presentation copy with ink inscription on half title: "To Helen Wormser With appreciation for this beautiful binding, and with best wishes to a fellow artist Malvina Hoffman 1943" & small bird & crescent moon sketch under signature. Bound in full wide grain white & gray snake ("Asian python"?) or other unidentified lizard or reptile skin with whitish underbelly at outer fore edges of covers. Two raised bands 1 1/4" from top & bottom of spine & inlaid title in black leather running in simple stepped pattern down spine: Heads and Tales & a larger inlaid block lettered title in dark green/black leather on front cover & inlaid author's name at bottom of front cover. 3/4" turn-ins on inner covers framing a dark green/black morocco leather panel (this has left a tan rectangular mark on gray endpapers). All edges gilt; preserved in a fleece lined, gray cloth covered slipcase (shows minor rubbing to corners) Original endpaper featuring the "Unity of Mankind 5' needlepoint tapestry map in color by Ginevra King, showing the world tour for the Field Museum and presented to Miss Hoffman on her return." bound in at end. Book is in fine condition. Chronicles Malvina Hoffman's travels undertaken for the Field Museum (Hall of Man) 1931-32. This is a one of a kind copy, first bound by Helen Wormser & given to Hoffman (by the Field Museum? or Wormser?) the snake/reptile skin could have been purchased by Hoffman while on her Asian travels. The book was later (1943) given by Hoffman to the binder (Wormser) with the signed presentation inscription quoted above. Quite an intriguing story here, but these are as many pieced together (& guessed) details as we have. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Collection of autograph letters, signed, to Paiva Couceiro's close friend Saturio Pires; written while Paiva Couceiro was in exile in Spain, and covering matters personal and political. On paper, in Portuguese.

      , , 1925-1943. - Written in ink, in a cramped but legible script. 9 autograph letters signed (98 pages), 17 autograph postcards signed, 1 calling card and 1 picture postcard with Paiva Couceiro's portrait. Most about 17.5 x 12.8 cm., in a plastic sleeve. Some holes punched in sides, without significant loss; otherwise fine. ---- Collection of autograph letters, signed, to Paiva Couceiro's close friend Saturio Pires, written while Paiva Couceiro was in exile in Spain. The earliest is dated January 6, 1925, the latest January 7, 1943. The letters are nearly all substantive, and include discussions of such matters as the famous letter Paiva Couceiro wrote to Mario Pessoa regarding a possible invasion of Angola (August 4, 1935), and a discussion of the Causa Monarchica, the Portuguese press and his own role as a leader of the Monarchist movement (August 15, 1930). There are also more personal letters, such as one of April 9, 1926, lamenting that the gas in his apartment had been cut off because he could not afford to pay the bill, and railing against those who call themselves Monarchists but will not help support him.Paiva Couceiro (1861-1944) became a prominent public figure in the 1890s, when his heroism helped keep Lourenço Marques from being captured. From 1907 to 1909 he was Governor of Angola. When the Republic was declared in 1910 he supported the King, and in 1911 handed in his resignation from the army with the famous line, "Revoltou-me contra a República para salvar Portugal!" He spent the remaining years of his life (mostly in self-imposed exile in Spain) working to restore the monarchy.---- On Paiva Couceiro, see @Grande enciclopédia XX, 21-23; also Manso Preto Cruz, @A Biografia política e o in-memoriam de Henrique de Paiva Couceiro (Lisbon, 1946), and Rocha Martins, @A Monarquia do Norte (Lisbon, 1922). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books]
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        UOMO quaderno di letteratura (1943-1945 9 fascicoli) TUTTO IL PUBBLICATO, Milano, Edizioni dell'Ulivo, 1943

      - formato cm.12 x 17, brossura nocciola, bs., piccole macchioline. Volume primo novembre 1943 pp. 78 " secondo gennaio 1944 pp. 86 " terzo aprile 1944 pp. 82 " quarto giugno 1944 pp. 84 " quinto ottobre 1944 pp. 70 " sesto febbraio 1945 pp. 70 " settimo giugno 1945 pp. 82 " ottavo settembre 1945 pp. 94 " nono dicembre 1945 pp. 92 ultimo uscito. ------- Prima di proporre una presentazione (minima, dati gli argomenti ed i protagonisti) occorre fare mente locale alla drammatica situazione italiana del dicembre1943, data in cui nasce questa piccola rivista per la iniziativa di un gruppo di "uomini di lettere" che cerca di trovare "una specola privilegiata" per proporre la speranza di una nuova societ? con "strumenti umani" (da qui il titolo UOMO). NON SI PUO' PENSARE DI RESTARE CONTINUAMENTE FUORI DAI RAPPORTI si dice nell'editoriale d'apertura (che andrebbe riletto avendo altri punti di forza), firmato da VALSECCHI. Ecco allora che con l'impegno chiaro e civile- anche religioso- e scritti coraggiosi e con riferimenti culturali di alto livello (anche con traduzioni dai greci e da Shakespeare) gente gi? nota o in via di diventarlo e destinati a segnare nei decenni successivi cultura e coscienza morale, costruiscono la grande storia di questa piccola rivista che andrebbe (anche nei bui nostri giorni) riletta e ristudiata. E' assai utile e doveroso elencare i protagonisti : Anceschi L. Banfi A. Benedetti A. Bignardi A. Carlo Bo,Brocca C. Budigna L., Buzzati Dino, Celaniu M., Cresti R., De Unamuno Oreste Del Buono, E. Emanuelli, Gramigna L., E. Malagoli, Maritain J., Primo Mazzolari, Eugenio Montale (anche con trad. da Shakespeare), Lisa Ponti, GIO PONTI, Porzio D. (anche con trad. da Eliot, Saroyan e Spender),Quasimodo Salvatore (anche con trad. da Omero e la famosa poesia "Fronde dei salici"), A. Rosmini, Rubini, Sergio Solmi, Marco Valsecchi ed altri. La rara collezione viene offerta a

      [Bookseller: Ferraguti service s.a.s. - Rivisteria]
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        Cannery Row

      Viking 1943 - First edition, first state in mustard colored boards. Small flaw on front board, otherwise, about very good minus condition. The jacket has wear to points and spine ends. Scarce in the first state. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ink]
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        Nine James Cagney Letters to Artist Will Crawford, Totaling 19 Pages, with Original Photo and Drawing

      1943 - A collection of Two Autographed Letters Signed and seven Typed Letters Signed from screen legend James Cagney (1899-1986) to his close friend, artist Will Crawford (1869-1944), dating from 1926 to 1943. Also with two Signed letters (one typed and the other in holograph) from the actor's wife, Frances "Billie" Cagney; an original photo of all three; and an envelope addressed and illustrated by Crawford to Cagney. The letters have some toning due to age and a couple of oxidation spots but are in remarkably nice shape; on average they are near fine or better. The Cagneys lived in the Free Acres artist colony in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, as newlyweds in the 1920s. There they formed a bond with Crawford, an original Free Acres resident and career artist who illustrated a host of children's books and popular magazines, including *Puck*, *The Century*, *McClure's*, *Scribner's*, and *Redbook*. It was a relationship that lasted until Crawford's death in 1944. The letters to Crawford stretch from Cagney's early years as a vaudevillian bit player to his emergence as one of the biggest stars of the silver screen. They demonstrate Cagney's close friendship with the older artist through his financial assistance to Crawford, visits from California, and even a special effort to arrange a meeting between Crawford and the noted journalist Lincoln Steffens. The letters reveal Cagney as a man who never forgot his friends or stopped giving to those for whom he cared and needed it most. A wonderful collection of letters that present a peek into the private life of a true Hollywood legend.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Le Chèvre-Feuille avec six gravures de Pablo PICASSO

      First Edition. See our visual. ex. numbered on Lafuma (No. 37/534), Robert-J. BUCKET Publisher, Paris, unpaged, December 1943. 6 etchings by Picasso in full screen and black. SEAL : le prière d'insérer de ELUARD, la Bande Annonce et une Invitation à une expo Hugnet(double p. ill.). Small 4to paperback printed on folded cover and glassine, clean interior, some small brown spots on cover. Great example. rare and complete. Sending quick and neat! (C21).

      [Bookseller: Libri Relives]
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        Ganarás la Luz : Biografía, Poesía y Destino

      México D.F. : Ediciones Cuadernos Americanos 1943 - ~ Con 16 láminas extra-texto, entre ellas un dibujo de Miguel Prieto ~ El ejemplar conserva una fotografía de un busto del autor, con dedicatoria autógrafa a la poeta uruguaya Idea Vilariño:«A Idea con el afecto / de su amigo / León Felipe» ~ Dedicatoria autógrafa del autor en fotografía que acompaña el libro ~ Rústica original con solapas ~ 205p+1f ~ 22x16x2cm. ~ Cubierta con mínimos desgastes y manchas, por lo demás, en Muy Buen estado ~ LANGUAGE: Español / Additional images available/ [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Lirolay]
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        Romeo und Julia auf dem Dorfe. Mit 20 Original-Lithographien von Wilhelm Gimmi.

      - Genève, Albert Skira 1943. 32,7 : 25,7 cm. 1 w.Bl., 104,(4) S., 2 w.Bl. u. 14 Tafeln. Mit 20 (14 ganzseit.) Lithogr. Lose in Orig.-Umschlag u. -Mappe. Römisch numeriertes Exemplar ausserhalb der Gesamtauflage von 151 numer. Ex., vom Künstler und den Verlegern Cailler u. Skira signiert. - Auf weissem Hadernpapier bei Roto-Sadag, die Steindrucke bei Atar, beide in Genf, gedruckt. - Als erster Band der Sammlung "Der Preis der Buchillustration" erschienen. Gimmi wurde 1942 für diese Illustrationen der 1. Preis des vom Verlag Skira erstmals ausgeschriebenen Wettbewerbs zugesprochen. - Schnitt und ganz vereinzelt im äussersten weissen Rand minimal stockfleckig. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Gerhard Zähringer, Antiquariat & Galerie]
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        Romeo und Julia auf dem Dorfe.

      Skira,, (Genève, 1943 - (Genève, Skira, 1943). 103 (4) S. Mit 14 lithogr. Tafeln und 5 Textlithographien von Wilhelm Gimmi. Lose in Orig.-Umschlag und Pappchemise. Nr. 36 von 125 Exemplaren (GA 151 Ex.), vom Künstler und Verleger signiert. Es erschien gleichzeitig eine franz. Ausgabe. - Gelenke angeplatzt. Lose in Orig.-Umschlag und Pappchemise. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz]
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        The White Goose.

      Oxford University Press, New York 1943 - First Edition. Signed by the author "greetings! Tasha Tudor" on the title page. Fine in a fine jacket with just a touch of wear. This is the nicest copy we have handled or seen. She received many awards and honors, including Caldecott Honors for Mother Goose in 1945 and 1 is One in 1957. She received the Regina Medal in 1971 for her contributions to children's literature. Tudor also illustrated for beloved children's novels, such as The Secret Garden and The Nightmare Before Christmas. The White Goose contributed to her reception of these awards. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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      E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., New York 1943 - Bannerman, Helen. LITTLE BLACK SAMBO with animations by Julian Wehr. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., (1943). First edition, first issue. 8vo - 6-11/16" x 8-3/4". Red spiral bound full color pictorial boards with the slightest hint of rubbing at the corners and minor rippling to the paper covering the back board for what is truely a beautiful copy of the book. [24]pp. Seven full page full color tab activated moveables by Julian Wehr with additional full color illustrations by Wehr in text for this brightly colored highly energetic presentation of Sambo. This is a wonderful book in wonderful condition. The condtion of the book is FINE. Rare in first edition, first issue with all seven moveable plates. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Wallace & Clark, Booksellers]
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      The Theatre Guild 1943 - Typed document, entitled "Robeson's Contract": three-page contractual understanding to produce Shakespeare’s "Othello"; signed and annotated by both Robeson and Lawrence Langner, January 26, 1943 ----- During the summer of 1930, fifteen years after his first high school attempt at playing Othello, Robeson burst upon the English stage. While the historic but reserved performances brought international recognition, Robeson’s dream of starring in an American production was thwarted for more than a decade, stage director Margaret Webster conjectured in Our Time, “because an American audience would never come to see a black man play a love-scene with a white woman.” Nevertheless, the Phi Beta Kappa scholar persisted to study – telling a Daily Express reporter that the Shakespearean tragedy released “all sense of limitation, and all racial prejudice. In a word, Othello has made me free.” In the early 1940s, Robeson and Webster decided to test the waters together. A veteran cast was assembled (with the crucial roles of Desdemona and Iago assigned to Uta Hagen and Jose Ferrer; Webster herself played Emilia), and tryouts were scheduled in Cambridge and Princeton (Robeson’s birthplace). During August 1942, the racially mixed company gave laudatory performances at the Brattle and McCarter Theatres. Producers expressed interest. The Theatre Guild’s provident founder, Lawrence Langer, Robeson’s friend since the early 1920s, agreed to assume financial control of the show. Contracts were drawn up for Robeson, Webster (director), and Haggott (manager-technical advisor). Playwright Eugene O’Neill’s versatile colleague, Robert Edmund Jones, was recruited to design sets and costumes. Robeson’s contract, finalized on January 26, 1943, stipulated a weekly salary of $1500 (or ten percent of the weekly gross receipts, whichever was higher), with an added clause assuring no more than eight performances each week. According to the contractual arrangement, “all matters pertaining to artistic aspects of the production shall be under the control and supervision of Robeson, Webster, and Hagott, provided, however, that final selection of the cast and Robeson’s costumes shall be with Robeson.” (On one occasion, when the Guild insisted on replacing Ferrer and Hagen, Robeson brandished this contract and threatened to quit the production unless the husband-and-wife team stayed on. The Guild conceded.) “For the first time in the United States a Negro was playing one of the greatest parts ever written and the occasion was trying to prove something other than itself,” Webster recalled, when the play premiered at the Shubert Theatre on October 19, 1943. NAACP executive Walter White later told Langner that “the playing of a Moor by a Negro actor” (Robeson’s portrayal was “one of the most inspiring and perfectly balanced performances I have ever seen”), had raised the “hope that race prejudice is not as insurmountable an obstacle as it sometimes appears to be.” Before Othello ended its Broadway run in the summer of 1944, the 46-year-old tragedian had harvested a plethora of awards, including that of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. The record-breaking 296 performances were the supreme moment of Robeson’s artistic career and, in Webster’s words, a “landmark of American social consciousness.” Decades after Othello riveted Broadway, poet Robert Hayden paid homage to Robeson: “Call him deluded, say that he was dupe and by half-truths betrayed. I speak him fair in death, remembering the power of his compassionate art. All else fades.” A foundational piece of African Americana [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: North Star Rare Books & Manuscripts]
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      Harcourt, Brace and Company, New York 1943 - One of 788 copies left after recall and one of a handful surviving in Fine condition. Book Fine, bright and unmarked, but with minor spotting to bottom edge of text block. In a Fine example of the first issue dust jacket with a tiny nick on the lower edge of the front panel and trace wear at top of spine. Four interrelated poems, issued separately in the UK and collected for the first time in this book. Eliot's last great work and a book that is on just about every high spot list of modern literature and poetry. Housed in a custom slipcase. Fine in Fine. dust jacket. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, ABAA, ILAB]
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