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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]

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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]

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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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        Important Typed Letter Signed

      1943 - ("Eve Curie") 1 full page to producer Sidney Franklin at MGM. 10 1/4" x 7 1/2" on Doubleday Doran 14 West 49th Street New York City letterhead, January 12, 1943. File holes top margin, else fine. A long letter regarding the film and her approval of the screenplay. In brief part: " - I was and am entitled to approve the spirit of the film, particularly as to essential facts and characters - was to have a script submitted to me for approval - " Curie (1904-2007) was a French and American author, pianist, daughter of Marie Curie, author 1937 biography "Madame Curie" filmed in 1943 with Greer Garson in the title role. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Houle Rare Books/Autographs/ABAA/PADA]
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        Original gouache of "Caught in the Line" from Herman Melville's Moby Dick, published by the Limited Editions Club

      New York: Limited Editions Club, 1943 - This illustration was drawn for use in the last chapter of Moby Dick (Chapter 135) Lewis Mumford: No one else has come so close to the spirit of Melville and Melville's character as Robinson has. His pictures would remain as precious evidence of Melville's genius even if the words that had prompted them were destroyed (MELVILLE, HERMAN) 16 x 11.5 inches. Pencil and gouache on masonite. Signed with initials ("BR") Exhibition label of Kraushaar Galleries, 32 East 57th. Street, New York 22. Framed. Christ-Janer, Boardman Robinson, p. 66 [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        MOBY DICK. Or, The Whale. With an introduction by Clifton Fadiman.

      The Heritage Press. New York.,1943 - Large 8vo. (10 x 6.8 inches). Illustrated with 8 full page colour plates and sixteen mono photogravures, all reproduced from oil paintings by Boardman Robinson. One of the mono plates has a piece missing from the bottom corner of the page, not anywhere near the illustration or text. Overall a lovely clean copy finely bound, by Maurin, in half burgundy morocco. Spine with three raised bands, each with gilt piping. Compartments ruled, lettered and decorated in gilt. Pink cloth on boards. Pink endpapers. Top edge gilt. Small abrasion to the very top of the rear hinge otherwise a lovely, finely bound copy of this well produced edition.: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member.]
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        The Little Prince (Le Petit Prince )

      Reynal & Hitchcock 1943 - First Edition, First printing bound in Salmon color cloth and NOT the blue cloth found on later editions. This is the TRUE FIRST EDITION published in English, that precedes the French First Edition. An attractive dustjacket that has the $2.00 price present and the First Issue point with the publisher's Fourth Avenue address. This original dustjacket has minor wear to the spine and edges with minor discoloration to the panels which is common for this title. The book is in excellent condition. The binding is tight, and the boards are crisp with light wear to the edges. The pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a wonderful copy of this popular title. We buy Antoine de Saint-Exupery First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        Lazarillo De Tormes. La novella è illustrata da ventun legni originali di Aligi Sassu. Tradotta da Gian Galeazzo Severi.

      Conchiglia., Milano. 1943 - In 8°, m. marocchino, pp. 145 con 21 xilografie di Aligi Sassu + una seri di studi di Sassu per le illustrazioni. Ampi marg. Barbe. Lettere al d. in o. Carta alla forma Magnani filigranata, firmata dall'artista. Edizione tirata in 115 esempl. di cui i primi 9 in numeri romani, 100 numerati da 1 a 100 e 5 non numerati fuori commercio. Copia n. 75. Esemplare raro. Piatti sciolti.

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        Le Petit Prince / Avec Dessins Par L'Auteur

      New York : Reynal & Hitchcock 1943 - Physical desc. : 91 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. Subject: French fiction - Juvenile. Fine copy (cloth covered boards) in a good if somewhat edge-torn (with some loss) and dust-toned dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains quite well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. Scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 1 Kg. 91 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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      - Paris, Les Bibliophiles Franco-suisses, 1943, 24x30. En feuilles, sous couverture repliée et dans un double emboîtage. Titre au dos. Richement illustré par Roussel, et tiré à 120 exemplaires. Celui-ci est le numéro 56 (imprimé pour George Lambelet). Une note de l'éditeur assure que la maquette de l'ouvrage a été conçue en accord avec Roussel, son décès en juin 1944 ne lui a pas permis de retoucher les dernières illustrations. Ouvrage superbe.

      [Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers]
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      New York; American Jewish Congress. 1943-45 - 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) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books, LLC]
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      Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1943., 1943. First U. S. edition. Originally published in Australia in 1936 using the title WINGS ABOVE THE DIAMANTINA. Fine, bright copy in dust jacket with light professional restoration to spine ends and corners. Detective Inspector Napolean Bonaparte investigates the discovery of a stolen airplane that lands in the far west of Queensland, and contains an unknown woman who has been rendered paralyzed by drugs. There is no sign of the pilot. "Bony" turns to an ancient chieftain to help him outwit a conspiracy and save a life. A very difficult title and a lovely copy of the second Crime Club mystery published for Upfield in the U. S.

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        Infanterie im Osten. Vom Einsatz deutscher Infanteristen.

      Steirische Verlagsanstalt, Graz, 1943.. 239 (1) S., 4° (ca. 31 x 22,5 cm), grüngepr. graues OHln, grüngepr. Titel, hellbraune Deckel.. Herausgegeben vom Oberkommando des Heeres, bearbeitet von Kriegsberichter Oberleutnant Dr. Joachim Fischer, mit s/w Textzeichnungen von Wilhelm M. Busch (P. K.). Auf den ersten 43 Seiten Text mit zahlreichen Zeichnungen, danach bis Seite 239 sehr eindrucksvolle s/w Foto-Abb. vom Einsatz der Infanteristen, meistens ganzseitig, einige halbseitig, jeweils mit Kurzlegende. Ohne den SU. Einband wenig fleckig, Einbandkanten etwas bestoßen, innen angebräunt u. manchmal etwas randfleckig (Abb. sind nicht gebräunt und nicht fleckig), insgesamt 2 / 2+, feste Gelenke. Widmung von 1945 auf Vortitel. Zur Information: Die Scans sind nicht optimal, alle Seiten sind wesentlich heller, nicht so bräunlich wie hier wiedergegeben. >>> Von großer Seltenheit! Ausdrücklich weisen wir darauf hin, dass dieses Buch im Zusammenhang mit der deutschen Geschichte und mit dessen militär-historischen Darstellung angeboten wird. Wir verweisen in dem Zusammenhang auch auf § 7 unserer Allgemeinen Geschäftsbedingungen. Eine Verherrlichung des Krieges oder des Dritten Reiches ist natürlich nicht beabsichtet und wäre wirklich absurd. In der Abb. der Titelseite wurde das damals übliche Symbol entfernt. <<<

      [Bookseller: ANTIQUARIAT & kunst Annelore Westerheyde]
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      Houghton Mifflin 1943 - Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1943: Signed. Book club edition, in a tattered, original dust jacket. Signed on the front free end paper by the author, inscribed "Happy New Year" to a previous owner. In Very Good condition, in a Fair dust jacket. Age toning to pages, with an occasional spot or smudge. Cloth is worn and lightly mottled, as well as edge worn. Spine ends worn with light fraying. The dust jacket is tattered and worn, with some tape repairs made from the verso, tide mark to rear panel. Signed by the author. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1943. Signed. First Edition, First Printing, with "First Edition" stated on the copyright page, with the proper date code of "D-S" listed below. Signed in Brooklyn by Betty Smith on the front free end paper. In a second issue dust jacket with the price intact. In Good+ condition. Pages are lightly toned, with a few creased corners and occasional age related spotting. Previous owner name at top of front free end paper. Front hinge lightly tender. Cloth shows some wear, fading and soiling. The dust jacket shows wear at the spine ends and along the folds, as well as rubbing, soiling, but on a whole presents well. Scarcelt Signed, first edition.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Photography WEEGEE (Fellig, Arthur) (1899 - 1968):

      1943. Originalfoto / Originalphoto, Black and white Silver Print, Silbergelatineabzug, Bildformat / size: 35 x 28 cm, (13 5/8 x 10 1/2 inc.) with the photographer's address stamp (rückseitig Fotografenstempel) : "WEEGEE, 451 West 47th STREET, New York City, U.S.A., Tel.: 265-1955" and an secend stamp: Please Credit WEEGEE from Photo-Representatives, leichte Gebrauchsspuren, good condition / guter Zustand.. Motive können nachgefragt werden. Ein Foto kann jederzeit als .jpg via Mail übermittelt werden.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Plietzsch]
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        Le Petit Prince

      New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1943. Wraps. First softcover edition, first printing; "Flying Crow" present on page 63; Publisher's name at base of spine extends slightly onto covers as called for in first issue. In Very Good overall condition, though a bit fragile. Pages are clean with light signs of handle, and a light storage odor. Crease to corner of last page with text on it. Wraps show light soiling, wear and foxing. Front cover has a tide mark to the bottom right corner, tide mark on first and last blank page as well. Light wear to corners. Spine is worn, with light loss at ends; spine shows a bit of a concave crease and some gentle creasing. An extremely rare first printing of this highly sought after format.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Hannibal und Bambu. Bei den Känguruhs. Ein Bilderbuch von Heinz Rammelt.

      Berlin, West-Ost-Verlag, o. J., um 1943.. Mit 11 ganzseitigen farbigen Bildern. 12 Bl., nicht num. Illustrierter Original-Halbleinen. Quer-Gr. 8° (ca. 28 x 23 cm).. Auch die der Bildseite gegenüberliegenden Textseiten sind mit weiteren farbigen Bildern versehen. - Buchblock lose in den Einbanddeckeln, sonst aber, sowohl innen wie außen, mit nur leichten Gebrauchsspuren, in gutem Zustand!

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        Hannibal und Bambu bei den Känguruhs. Bilderbuch

      . West-Ost-Verlag, Berlin, (um 1943). 12 Blatt mit farbigen Illustrationen, original Halbleinen-Einband, quart-quer, (etwas fleckig/Name auf Vorsatz/gering bestossen). - gutes Exemplar -

      [Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat, Einzelunterne]
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      London: Macmillan. Very Good- in Good+ dust jacket. 1943. Hardcover. 0333082400 . Boards, DJ and included letter all with some dampstaining. Endpapers a bit browned. DJ a bit frayed and with spine darkened. Former owner&#39;s notes on front endpaper ; Includes handwritten contemporary letter on the stationery of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, New York. SIGNED by W. S. Maugham ; 8vo; 232 pages .

      [Bookseller: Complete Traveller Antiquarian Bookstore]
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        Typed Letter Signed

      Thirty-first president of the United States. TLS, 1½pp, 7¼" X 10½", Waldorf Astoria Towers, New York, NY, 1943 April 6. Addressed to O. Glenn Saxon of Yale University. Fine. Staple holes at upper left. Outstanding content regarding Hoover&#39;s views on constructing a lasting peace after World War II. "I receive constant demand or expression of hope for the formulation of more adequate, more realistic and more definite bases of peace policies.... It has occurred to me that it might be of some service to develop some of the ground of common agreement, although it might not be a complete and final program. Some twelve months ago Mr. [Hugh] Gibson and I published a book [The Problems of Lasting Peace] advancing some new ideas upon the subject. Those ideas received extraordinary support from all sections of the press, Democratic as well as Republican.... We proposed wholly new approaches to the machinery for making lasting peace so as to avoid another debacle like Versailles. And we proposed new approaches to the long-view peace settlements. The problem covers so many and such complicated issues that they cannot be stated in a brief formula on a single sheet of paper.... ...I have had the book condensed... hoping that you would consent to read it and mark upon the margins those paragraphs to which you feel yourself in agreement.... I am writing you confidentially.... I am sending you an extra copy of the pamphlet for you to keep. I am sending this letter out initially only to a limited list to see what the feeling is." In the upper left corner of the first page Saxon has written, "Let me have your ideas directly -- But you might write the chief on some other excuse." Comes with Saxon&#39;s "extra copy" of the 37-page pamphlet, "New Approaches to Lasting Peace," in very good condition and bearing Saxon&#39;s pencilled notes. Also present is a photocopy of Saxon&#39;s reply, addressed to "Chief" and dated April 20, 1943. Accompanied by vintage 8" X 10" news agency photograph of Hoover. An important and fascinating look into Hoover&#39;s activities during the war.

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        Four Quartets

      Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1943. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1943. First Edition. First Printing. Only 788 copies were used as advance review copies, and the remainder of the print run was destroyed. In Near Fine condition, in original first issue dust jacket, with price of $2.00 in tact, and nine titles listed on the rear panel. Minor wear to cloth. Name of former owner penned onto front free end paper. The dust jacket shows rubbing and soiling, with light chipping, edge wear and a small split along front fold. Scarce.

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      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Barcelona. 1943. 33x23. Cartone. Proyecto original de Pont de Guardiola a Seo de Urgel, la Obra consta de Memoria, Planos, Pliego de condiciones facultativas y Presupuesto logicamente. Documentacion firmada. Magnifico ejemplar y unico. Ref 2.6 Biblioteca A.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques]
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      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1943 - New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1943. First edition. Chandler's fourth Philip Marlowe novel, and the basis for the 1947 American film noir directed by and starring Robert Montgomery. Octavo. Original green cloth binding, with dark green titles. Internally crisp and clean. Unobtrusive previous owner's ink signature and date to the front pastedown, hidden by the front flap of the dust jacket. Some minor edgewear to the dust jacket, with a bit of mild browning to the spine and rear panel; else very good or better. Bruccoli A4.1.a. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Book Shop, LLC - ABAA, ILAB]
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      Texas Folklore Society, 1943., 1943. First edition. Limited to 700 copies. Yellow dec. cloth, 73pp. Illustrated by Tom Lea. For 15 years Jim McCauley was a common cowhand. This is the unvarnished tale of this ordinary cowboy in the 1880s and 1890s. Six-Score says, "One of the most forceful and expressive autobiographies of the range country. McCauley lived hard." Contains some information about some of the outlaws in Texas and Arizona. Fine bright copy in flawless dust jacket. The book was designed by Carl Hertzog. J. Frank Dobie says he liked "the uncommon saltiness of speech."

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        The Little Prince

      Reynal & Hitchcock, 1943. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1943: First Edition, First Printing. In good condition, with wear and some fraying to the exterior cloth, mainly at the corners. Soiling to the cloth, including a dark stain to the rear. Name of former owner written on front paste down. Exposed hinge at page 70. Pages have an occasional stain or smudge. First Edition.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The Fountainhead

      Cassell, 1943. Hardcover. Very Good. London: Cassell, 1943. First British Edition, First Printing. In Good+ condition, in a Good dust jacket. Clean text. Heavy foxing to the side edge of the page block, and sporadic foxing to the pages. Previous owner details in pen to front free end paper. Cloth shows rubbing and wear. Binding slightly worn. The dust jacket shows rubbing and edge wear, with tape repairs made from the verso that seem to have repaired some major splits along the folds. The dust jacket flaps show tape ghosts to the flaps that extend onto the paste downs. The dust jacket is a bit fragile, but presents well in Mylar.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

      Harper & Brothers, 1943. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1943. First edition, first printing. The dust jacket has the proper price of $2.75 and the code of 5338 intact, however, it is the second issue dust jacket with text printed on the verso. In Very Good overall condition. Binding is lightly worn. Green cloth shows wear and sunning. Title label shows scratches. The dust jacket is fragile along the folds, with rubbing, edge wear, chipping, and a small tape repair made from the verso at the base of the spine. First edition, as stated.

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        MOBY DICK

      [Brattleboro, VT]: Limited Editions Club, 1943. Hardcover. These volumes are in Near Fine condition, the leather still supple with solid coloring. The spines are just a touch faded with a small rubbed spot at the heel of each volume and very slight wear to the head of the first. The slipcase is present and also in Near Fine condition. Scarce as such. Boardman Robinson. Two quarto volumes (7-1/2" x 10") bound in full dark sheepskin with gilt lettering on the spines. Copy #330 of 1000 with color and black-and-white plates after paintings by Boardman Robinson and SIGNED by the artist on the colophon page. One of the most difficult books of the press to obtain in decent condition because of the tendency of the leather to dry. When copies are seen, usually the binding is so dry it is crumbling. The limitation of 1000 copies is not stated, nor is the typical limitation of 1500 copies stated, but a letter from the publisher, George Macy, to this subscriber explains the limitation and is included here with book, as is the uncommon Monthly Letter.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        The Fountainhead

      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, in a price clipped, second state dust jacket. In Very Good condition. Pages lightly toned. Cloth shows light rippling near edge of front board, light light edge wear. Corners bumped. The spine appears to be glued down at the top end, internally.The dust jacket is tattered and a bit worn, with a bit of waviness and repairs made from the verso, and some amateur color-correcting to the outside. A lovely copy in a worn jacket.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Eiger Nordwand von kleinen Scheidegg aus. Oel auf Leinwand.

      1943 - 1943. Bildgrösse: 46x38 cm. Unten rechts monogramiert u. datiert. Rückseitig auf Leinwand bezeichnet, signiert und datiert "Zur Hochzeit 4. Sept. 43". Gerahmt 56x48 cm. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat]
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        [A set of 12 works of Hammet&#39;s collected short fiction:]

      New York: Lawrence E. Spivak; Joseph W. Ferman,, 1943&#150;62. $106,000 Blood Money; The Adventures of Sam Spade; The Continental Op; Return of the Continental Op; Hammett Homicides; Dead Yellow Women; Nightmare Town; The Big Knock-Over; They Can Only Hang You Once; Creeping Siamese; Women in the Dark; A Man Named Thin. 12 works, octavo. Original coloured wrappers. Housed in a blue slipcase edged with black morocco. Contents toned, a little rubbing to the extremities and some very minor wear to the spine ends; an excellent set in the bright wrappers. First editions, first printings, as well as the reissues of the first two volumes in the series: The Big Knock-Over (reissue of $106,000 Blood Money), and They Can Only Hang You Once (reissue of The Adventures of Sam Spade). A lovely set of Hammett&#39;s first twelve books of collected short fiction.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1943. Signed. First Edition, First Printing, with "First Edition" stated on the copyright page, with the proper date code of "D-S" listed below. Signed in Brooklyn by Betty Smith on the front free end paper. In a second issue dust jacket with the price intact. In Good+ condition. Pages are lightly toned, with a few creased corners and occasional age related spotting. Previous owner name at top of front free end paper. Front hinge lightly tender. Cloth shows some wear, fading and soiling. The dust jacket shows wear at the spine ends and along the folds, as well as rubbing, soiling, but on a whole presents well. Scarcelt Signed, first edition.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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