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        BOOk CATALOG 1942 -1943

      The Union of American Hebrew Congregations [1942 or 1943], Merchants Building, Cincinnati, Ohio - [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Gremlins on the Job - Story Based Entirely on R.A.F. Legend

      The London Printing & Lithographing Company Limited, 1943. 24 pages. "Dedicated to Sgt. Pilot Bernt Barge, to the 34 S.F.T.S. of the R.A.F., and to all those pilots who know..." - from title page. The author's colour illustrations humourously present the problems (gremlins) which could befall WWII aviators. Unmarked. Contents clean and bright. Light external soiling and peripheral wear. Binding sound. A high-quality copy of this vintage item.

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        World War II

      c. 1943-1945. <p> </p><p>A large collection of 23 pieces dug from the site of Stalag Luft III in Zagen, Poland featuring a 6.5" wide gorget worn by a <i>Feldgendamerie</i> (German Military Police) together with a large group of clothing items including buttons, belt buckles, a small <i>Luftwaffe</i> eagle insignia, and other related artifacts.&nbsp;All these dug relics bear the expected losses and heavy oxidation consistent with long exposure to the elements.</p><p><br></p><p>From the collection of "Great Escape" relics assembled by the founder of "The War Museum" and will come with a special certificate for each item. As a collector and curator for over 50 years, these items largely obtained from former Allied prisoners of war as well as local farmers and townspeople in the town of Zagen, Poland (formerly Sagen, Germany). The camp is seven square miles in total and is covered in pine forests.&nbsp; In the last weeks of the war as the Russians reached the camp, the German guards hurriedly buried their equipment, changed into civilian clothes and fled.&nbsp; The Allied POW’s were sent on a forced march in the snow southward to Nurnberg, then to another camp at Moosburg where they were liberated on April 29, 1945. At Zagan there are still various compounds and many areas of derelict buildings and footings.&nbsp; In the 1950’s and ‘60’s the local townsfolk and farmers explored and excavated relics from the areas which were only accessible with a four wheel drive vehicle in the more remote parts, having various maps and a compass and even then it was easy to get lost.&nbsp;&nbsp; Such relic hunting has not been permitted over the last several decades, making these early recoveries prized and sought after pieces of history.&nbsp; The camp is virtually inaccessible by foot apart from an area near to the Zagan POW Museum. Most of the relic floor &amp; roof tiles, floor boards, drain pipe pieces, electrical insulators from the high-voltage fences, barbed wire, etc. all have their identical counterparts in the Zagan POW Museum.</p><p>The P.O.W. camp at Sagen was known as Stalag Luft III, and was managed by the Luftwaffe to house Allied airmen downed over Germany. The Germans established the camp, located in Lower Silesia, in March 1942 and the camp remained in service until January 1945. It was the scene of two famous escape plots, both involving tunneling: one in 1943, which was depicted in the film&nbsp;<i>The Wooden Horse</i>&nbsp;(1950) and another in 1944, immortalized in the 1963 film&nbsp;<i>The Great Escape</i>&nbsp;(1963) starring Steve McQueen, James Garner, Richard Attenborough, Charles Bronson, and James Coburn.</p><p>Unlike the film, the real-life "Great Escape" did not involve Hollywood stars or props, but rather was an extremely sophisticated attempt to mount a mass escape of 200 or more prisoners via a tunnel dug from inside one of the barracks to the woods outside the perimeter of the camp. Tunneling was particularly difficult at Stalag Luft III, as the Germans had established the P.O.W. camp specifically in order to prevent the practice. The barracks stood on raised platforms so any tunnel started within could be easily detected. Complicating matters further, the sub-surface soil was sandy and bright yellow which contrasted sharply with the drab, gray surface soil, thus rendering it difficult to mask tunneling projects as the excess soil would stand out when dumped on the surface. The prisoners employed a wide range of subtle ruses to dispose of the soil without tipping off the guards. The sandy sub-soil was also prone to collapse, further hindering tunneling operations.</p><p>The plot, conceived by R.A.F. Squadron Leader Roger Bushell, played by Attenborough in the 1963 film,&nbsp; in the Spring of 1943, involved the construction of several tunnels simultaneously so that if one was discovered, the others would hopefully remain secret. The strategy proved successful. When one of the long tunnels was uncovered, the guards stopped their search as they could not imagine that two others were still under construction. The tunnel that ultimately proved successful was nicknamed "Harry." The entrance was hidden beneath the tiles of stove housed in one corner of a barrack and the 102 meter tunnel ran beneath two barbed wire fences and was to emerge in the trees just beyond the outer perimeter. Although over 600 prisoners worked on the tunnels only 200 were slated to use it for their escape.</p><p>On the night of March 24, 1944, the prisoners began their escape. Much to their dismay, as they emerged on the other side, they realized that the tunnel entrance was short of the tree line. Amazingly, 76 men escaped through the tunnel before guards spotted what was going on. As the 77th man surrendered to the guards, the others bolted into the woods. Of the 76 that escaped, 73 were recaptured—half of which were executed by the SS.&nbsp;</p>

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        Gordon Matta-Clark : One for All - All for One. Eine Ausstellung Zur Unterstutzng De "Fonds Gordon Matta-Clark - Zentrum Fr Zeitgenssische Kunst Antwerpen"

      Text: German. De Amerikaanse kunstenaar Gordon Matta-Clark (1943-78), van opleiding architect, gebruikte de stedelijke omgeving, meer bepaald de gebouwen, als materiaal. Hij bewerkte leegstaande panden onder andere door er fragmenten uit weg te snijden. Met zijn ingrepen transformeerde hij architectuur tot sculptuur, hij legde de ziel van een gebouw bloot: to convert a place in a state of mind. In 1977 werd Matta-Clark door Flor Bex uitgenodigd voor een tentoonstelling in het I.C.C. Hij kreeg de gelegenheid om een leegstaand pand aan de Ernest Van Dijckkaai te bewerken, vlakbij het Steen. Ter ere van de vierhonderdste verjaardag van de Antwerpse barokschilder Rubens noemde de kunstenaar dit werk ëOffice Baroqueí. Kort na zijn dood in 1978 stelde Flor Bex voor om als hommage aan de kunstenaar het Office Baroque te bewaren en het als kern te integreren in een op de omgevende percelen nieuw te bouwen museum voor hedendaagse kunst. Dit idee werd positief onthaald en de Stichting Gordon Matta-Clark werd opgericht om de nodige fondsen te werven. Talrijke kunstenaars uit binnen- en buitenland schonken een werk in een poging het Office Baroque veilig te stellen of, indien dat zou mislukken, om als basiscollectie te dienen voor het nieuwe museum voor hedendaagse kunst dat er, zo waren de voorstanders overtuigd, nu hoe dan ook zou komen. Ondanks de inspanningen van velen werd het Office Baroque, het enige overgebleven architecturaal-sculpturaal werk van Gordon Matta-Clark na diens dood, op een zucht van de definitieve overeenkomst gesloopt. Fotoís van het Office Baroque bevinden zich wel in de collectie van het MuHKA en in huidig boek.

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        Ah Wong

      [New York: High Grade Press for the Author] 1943 - 8vo. 24 pp. Original blue printed wrappers. SCARCE PRIVATELY PRINTED CHRISTMAS GREETING, LIMITED TO 500 COPIES, this is number 311 signed by Travers. This story, and two other Christmas pamphlets by the celebrated author of 'Mary Poppins', remained unpublished commercially until 2014, when Virago released them as an edition. "Ah Wong" tells of the narrator's encounter with a swearing Chinese cook. "Each of the characters she focuses on are really unlikely heroes for the narrator. The encounters take place which she is a young girl - the stories are in the form of a person looking back over their childhood, growing up in Australia on a sugar plantation, when her parents don't seem to be very close to her, but the other characters are," said editor Donna Coonan. "And just like Mary Poppins, each character pops up just when they are needed" (See Alison Flood, "Mary Poppins's real-life model appears in unseen PL Travers story" in The Guardian, 23 June 2014). Wrappers chipped at edges and lightly soiled; text with pale dampstain along gutter and lower margins [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Entkeimung, Entseuchung und Entwesung. Mit 29 Abbildungen und einer farbigen Tafel

      Berlin / Wien, Verlag von Urban und Schwarzenberg, 1943 - (noch zu Nr.18479:) . . . - Lagerung hochgiftiger Gase - Arbeitsvorschrift für Durchgasung von Gebäuden, Unterkünften usw. mit Schwefeldioxid (Vorbereitung für die Durchgasen, Durchgasen, Nach der Durchgasung) - Kurze Zusammenstellung der wichtigsten Fehlerquellen bei Verwendung hochgiftiger Gase - Arbeitsvorschrift für Verwendung von Kontaktgiften, Fraßgiften und mechanischen Verfahren - Entwesung von Transportmitteln - V. Kurze Zusammenstellung der Bekämpfungsmaßnahmen gegen die wichtigsten Schädlinge - Anhang: Anweisung zum Bau behelfsmäßiger Entwesungsanlagen (Allgemeine Vorschriften über Bau und Betrieb von Entwesungsanlagen und Behandlung des Entwesungsgutes / Temperatur und Einwirkungszeiten / Temperaturmessung und Erfolgskontrolle / Behelfsmäßige Anlagen für Heißluft / Behelfsmäßige Anlagen für strömenden Wasserdampf / Behelfsmäßige Badeanlagen / Ortsfeste Entlausungsanstalten / Schutzmaßnahmen für Bedienungspersonal / Weitere Maßnahmen zur Verhütung einer Verlausung der Truppe - Schrifttum (mit Titeln wie: Tesch und Stabenow, Die kleine Testafibel über Zyklon / Die kleine Testa-Fibel für Normal-Gaskammern). - Heft 3 der Reihe "Arbeitsanweisungen für Klinik und Laboratorium des Hygiene-Instituts der Waffen-SS, Berlin". - "Die schlechten hygienischen Verhältnisse in den früheren polnischen und sowjetischen Gebieten, das Auftreten von im deutschen Raum überhaupt nicht oder doch nur ausnahmsweise vorkommenden Seuchen zwingen jeden, der für die Gesunderhaltung des deutschen Menschen verantwortlich ist, sich vordringlich mit der Bekämpfung von Krankheitserregern und Krankheitsüberträgern zu befassen. Die hier gegebene Anweisung soll in kurzer, zusammengefasster Form dem wenig geschulten truppenärztlichen Hilfspersonal die Möglichkeit geben, die Aufgaben und Ziele der Seuchenbekämpfung zu erkennen, und ihm bei der Erlangung der praktischen Durchführung, soweit es dafür zuständig ist, behilflich sein. Darüber hinaus soll das Büchlein zur Auffrischung des Wissens von Truppenärzten und ausgebildeten Sanitätsdienstgraden dienen, die in den Ostgebieten, fast stets auf sich allein gestellt, Maßnahmen durchführen oder überwachen müssen, die sonst von staatlichen Stellen, beamteten und besonders geschulten Ärzten, Desinfektoren usw. durchgeführt werden. Eine kurze Arbeitsanweisung zum Bau behelfsmäßiger Entwesungsanlagen soll die vordringliche Bekämpfung des Fleckfiebers auch unter den primitivsten Verhältnissen gewährleisten und hat die Hinzuziehung eines medizinisch-technisch geschulten Fachmannes notwendig gemacht. SS-Obersturmführer (F) Dipl.-Ing. Gerstein möchte ich an dieser Stelle für seine Beratung in allen technischen Fragen meinen Dank aussprechen" (aus dem Vorwort).- "Zyklon. Ein Entwesungsmittel, das neben der Blausäure einen Reizstoff enthält, ist das Zyklon der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Schädlingsbekämpfung (Degesch), welches etwa 98 % reine Blausäure und etwa 2 % Reizstoff, der gleichzeitig als Stabilisator dient, enthält. Das Gemisch wird in flüssigem Zustand durch eine poröse Masse aufgesaugt und in luftdicht verschlossenen Büchsen geliefert. Der Doseninhalt verdunstet nach Ausstreuen. Anwendung: Blausäure und Zyklon werden wegen ihrer guten Wirksamkeit gegenüber sämtlichen Schädlingen zur Entwesung von Kleidungsstücken, vor allen Dingen aber zur Entwesung ganzer Gebäude benutzt. Stets muss wegen der starken und blitzschnellen Giftwirkung das ganze Haus, Unterkunft usw. von Menschen geräumt sein. Der Gebrauch von Blausäure und Zyklon ist nur staatlich konzessionierten Stellen, die über ausreichend geschultes, geprüftes und zugelassenes Personal verfügen und die Gewähr führt ein ordnungsgemäßes Arbeiten mit Blausäure und Zyklon bieten, den Dienststellen der Wehrmacht und der Waffen-SS innerhalb ihrer Dienstbereiches sowie den Anstalten des Reiches und der Länder für Forschungszwecke erlaubt. Die Schulung von Zivilpersonen erfolgt durch folgende zur Ausbildung zugelassene Firmen: Degesch / Frankfurt am Main, Heerdt-L [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Amtliches Material zum Massenmord von KATYN, im Auftrage des Auswärtigen Amtes aufgrund urkundlichen Beweismaterials zusammengestellt, bearbeitet und herausgegeben W I D M U N G S E X E M P L A R F Ü R G A U L E I T E R D R. S C H E E L

      (noch zu Nr.14629:) . . . Die Verhandlungen zwischen USA, Großbritannien und der UdSSR) - IV. Verzeichnis der bis zum 7. Juni 1943 identifizierten 4143 Leichen - V. Bilddokumenten (Der Blutwald - Die Polen am Grabe ihrer Landsleute - Die internationale Ärztekommission am Tatort - Das polnische Rote Kreuz am Tatort - Weitere internationale Kommissionen am Tatort: europäische Schriftsteller am Tatort einer Kommission kriegsgefangener britische Offiziere werden die Ergebnisse der Obduktion zugänglich gemacht, dieselbe Obduktionskommission besichtigt Beweisstücke) - Die Identifizierung der Leichen - Die Grausamkeiten (Typischer Einschuss am Hinterkopf eines durch Genickschuss ermordeten polnischen Offiziers - Einschussstelle eines durch Genickschuss ermordeten polnischen Offiziers in der linken Stirnseite - Zwei Fälle von dreifachem Genickschuss, Einschüsse - Ausschüsse bei dreifachem Genickschuss - Steckgeschosse und Hülsen - Schmauchhöfe am Mantelkragen - Fesselung der Hände bei zahlreichen ermordeten Offizieren -Raffinierte Fesselung der Hände am Rücken - Die auf dem Rücken gefesselten Hände sind noch deutlich erkennbar - Vielen der Ermordeten waren die Hände über dem durch Rock und Mandeln zugebundenen Kopf gefesselt - Stichverletzungen mit Bajonett - Beweisstücke. - Aus dem Abschlussbericht von Prof.Buhtz: "... ist abschließend festzustellen, daß einem Teil der Katyner Opfer vor der Genickschusstötung nicht nur Kopf- und Handfesseln angelegt . . . " - Deutschland / Russland / Sowjetunion im 2.Weltkrieg, Katyn-Massaker, Staatsmassenmord unter Stalin, Massen-Erschiessung durch russischen Geheimdienst / Geheimpolizei, Gräberfundstellen, Exhumierung, planmäßige Ermordung polnischer Offiziere und Wissenschaftler durch Genickschuß, ermordete Geistliche wahllos ins Massengrab geworfen, bolschewistisches Verbrechen, Klassensäuberung in Polen, Sadismus der russischen Geheimpolizei, sadistische Behandlung polnischer Offiziere durch russische Geheimpolizisten, Aufklärung russischer Verbrechen durch die deutsche Geheime Feldpolizei, NS.-Schrifttum, russische Verbrechen gegen die Menschlichkeit, Kriegsgeschichte, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung

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        Hymne *

      LUF/Egloff, Fribourg 10.11.1943. - Broché 26 x 19, couverture bicolore imprimée rempliée. Bel exemplaire de cet élégant volume, enluminé d'un envoi autographe de l'auteur au confrère Reto R. Bezzola pour le remercier de son livre sur Chrétien de Troyes.:-) Édition originale. Parmi 100 exemplaires de tête sur vélin pur chiffon, l'un des 10 marqués H.C et signés de la main de l'auteur, avant 900 ordinaire et 200 S.P.

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        Le Petit Prince (first softcover edition)

      New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1943. First edition. Softcover. Very Good. First softcover edition. Color illustrated stiff wrappers. 92 pp. Illustrations in color and black and white by the author. Text in French. First state with publisher's name and author's name wrapping slightly around the spine strip onto the covers; so-called "flying crow" (actually a printing fault) present in illustration on p. 63. The extremely scarce first softcover edition of this, one of the most famous and best loved of all 20th century books. Though not always as pricey, the first softcover edition is far scarcer than the hardcover edition; both were printed in New York, both in the original French and the English translation due to the Second World War (the first French-published edition would not appear until 1946). The wives of Saint Exupery's publishers Eugene Reynal and Curtice Hitchcock set the author and his wife up in an apartment in New York in the early 1940s and it was Elizabeth Reynal who, upon seeing Saint Exupery's doodles and sketches of the "Little Prince", urged him to assemble them into book form with text. He produced the watercolors and text in the summer and fall of 1942 and Reyal & Hitchcock published it in 1943 (NY Times, Jan. 23, 2014). These original drawings were exhibited at the Morgan Library in winter, 2014. Condition: tight, internally clean and bright with even toning to the covers, small scuff to the upper portion of the planet on which the Little Prince stands and again to the bottom front left corner; light corner crease lower front right. Soiling a bit heavier about the very edges. The rear wrap has spot staining along the left hand side that extends to the edge of the rear blank and less so to the final page of text. An image may be viewed on our web site.

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        Der Satan in Goray = Satan in Goray and other stories.

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

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        [Stock catalogues, numbered series:] 1-33

      London, Ernst Weil, 1943-1965. Three volumes (22 cm), bound in recent quarter-morocco (a collector's binding). - Complete set of Weil's catalogues in rare original editions and excellent state of preservation (publisher's wrappers bound in). Born at Ulm in 1891, Ernst Weil was influenced by his cousin, the bookseller Heinrich Eisemann (c. 1889-1972), to collect and eventually to sell early printed books. In 1924, he founded with Hans Taeuber the firm of Taeuber & Weil in Munich; in 1933 he moved his family to London, where he entered into partnership with E.P. Goldschmidt; and in 1943 he commenced bookselling under his own name. Weil died suddenly on 7 March 1965, aged 74. Although modestly produced, his catalogues contain much research and original observation, particularly on hitherto ignored medical and scientific books. Only one comparable series of Weil's catalogues (28 only, bound in two volumes) has been seen on the market in recent years, offered in the sale of the E.P. Goldschmidt & Co. Ltd reference library (Christie's, 8-9 July 1993, lot 645, £528). ¶ Fine set. [Stock catalogues, numbered series: 1] Early Science and medicine;(22 cm), 26 pp., 3 illustrations. 200 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - "April, 1943. Present circumstances have brought about my separation from Messrs. E.P. Goldschmidt & Co. Ltd, from whom I am parting on the best of terms after having held a directorship for ten years. I am opening business at the above address [28, Litchfield Way, London NW11] and will continue to specialise chiefly in books, ancient instruments, prints, etc., which illustrate the History and Progress of Science in all its branches... E. Weil" (notice opposite p.1).[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 2] History of Science and Medicine: Biographies, Bibliographies, Documents;(22 cm), (2) 34 pp., 4 illustrations. 353 items. Publisher's printed wrappers.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 3] Science and Nescience;(22 cm), 34 pp., 6 illustrations. 250 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - The four-volume manuscript "Herbarium Pictum" (item 94) with 403 coloured drawings by Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733-1802) is now in the Oak Spring Garden Library; the most expensive book in the catalogue (item 223, £75), Thomas Cantipratensis, Bonum universale de proprietatibus apum (Cologne, c. 1473), is now in the Bodleian Library (shelfmark Dep. d.37; deposited by the entomologist R.W. Lloyd, in 1944).[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 4] Scientific Centenaries in 1943 and 1944: Books from an Astronomer's Library : Documents and Instruments : History of Photography;(22 cm), 36 (2) pp., 4 illustrations. 269 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - The section on "Photography" features Henry Fox Talbots' Pencil of Nature (1844-1846), with 18 calotypes in their original wrappers (item 257, £45); and Sun Pictures in Scotland (1845), with 23 calotypes in original cloth binding (item 258, £36).[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 5] Old Medicine [other title:] Old Medicine : Art in Medicine : Renaissance Medicine - Instruments;(22 cm), 40 (2) pp., 12 illustrations. 297 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes De Thou's copy of Vesalius' China-Root Epistle (item 273); this had appeared in E.P. Goldschmidt's Catalogue 17 (1929) and in Maggs Bros's Catalogue 582 (1933).[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 6] History of Science [other title:] Scientific Centenaries in 1945 : Astronomical Books : Early Instruments : Newtoniana;(22 cm), 40 pp., 5 illustrations. 293 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Features a cast silver plaque (312 grains) depicting the voyage of Sir Francis Drake by Michael Mercator, of which nine specimens are known to survive.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 7] Early Printed Books : Incunabula, Woodcut Books, Humanist Learning, Early Arabic and Hebrew Texts : Early Photography;(22 cm), 40 (2) pp., 14 illustrations. 195 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes photographs by Fox Talbot (from Abbey House, Malmesbury; item 71) and D.O. Hill (items 74-83), and two large collections of photographs, one of the Crimean War (by James Robertson, ex-Sir William Howard Russell; item 85), the other of the Indian Mutiny (by Felice Beato, item 86).[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 8] From Alchemy to Chemistry and Psychology [other title:] ... Including duplicates from the Libraries of Denis I. Duveen, FRIC, and other Scientists;(22 cm), 34 (2) pp., 3 illustrations. 303 items. Publisher's printed wrappers.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 9] Old Medicine;(22 cm), 54 (2) pp., 9 illustrations. 322 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes (item 1) an English Barber-Surgeon's manuscript of 1550 now in the Cushing / Whitney Medical Library, Yale University; and (item 5) a XVth century manuscript of works of Nicolaus Salernitanus, sold to Denis Duveen, thence Paul Mellon, and now in the Beinecke Library, Yale University, Mellon Ms 15.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 10] From Alchemy to Chemistry and Pharmacology: History of Photography;(22 cm), 45 (1) pp., 3 illustrations. 364 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes preface on "Jean Vauquelin, Seigneur de Yveteaux (1651-1716): a 17th century alchemist", owner of some alchemical books in the catalogue.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 11] Early Printed Books [other title:] ...Including Herbals and Bestiaries, Woodcut Books, Books on Humanist Learning, Early Geographical Books;(22 cm), 41 (3) pp., illustrations. 132 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes a copy of the rare atlas of Wolfgang Lazius (Vienna 1561), sold by Weil to Cyril E. Kenney.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 12] Old Science : Part One;(22 cm), 52 (2) pp., illustrations. 392 items. Publisher's printed wrappers.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 13] Renaissance Science and Medicine;(22 cm), 40 (2) pp., 2 leaves of plates, illustrations. 147 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes (item 7, plates 2 and 3) a pair of anatomical fugitive sheets (Strassburg: Jacob Frölich, 1544).[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 14] Old science and Medicine : History of Photography;(22 cm), 64 (2) pp., illustrations. 441 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes (item 7) the Liechtenstein copy of Johannes Angelus, Astrolabium (Augsburg 1488), containing a paper astrolabe made by an otherwise unknown amateur or scholar, Hanns Herghamer. The astrolabe was later extracted from the book and it is now in Oxford in the Museum of the History of Science, Inv. 91897.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 15] Old Science and Medicine including some Documents and Manuscripts;(22 cm), 52 (2) pp., illustrations. 237 items; priced. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes (item 1) the Liber amicorum of William Stukeley (1687-1765) with a portrait of Stukeley attributed to Kneller, now Bodleian Library MS. Eng. misc. d. 459 (Clapinson & Rogers 42302); and XVth century manuscript in English of the pseud-Aristotelian Secret of Secrets (item 237), now Toshiyuki Takamiya Collection, MS 38.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 16] Chemistry from the invention of gunpowder to the discovery of radium, including books from the library of a famous scientist and a remarkable XVth century codex : Early medical books: a selection from new acquisitions;(22 cm), 48 (2) pp., illustrations. 286 items; priced. Publisher's printed wrappers. - The "remarkable XVth century codex" mentioned on the title-page is an illustrated "Feuerwerkbuch" (c. 1450) from the Hauslab-Liechtenstein library (item 93).[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 17] An English Silver Globe of 1652 : Early Printed Books mostly relating to Science, Geography and Medicine;(22 cm), 45 (3) pp., illustrations. 130 items; priced. Publisher's printed wrappers.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 18] Old Medicine;(22 cm), 66 (2) pp., illustrations. 375 items; priced. Publisher's printed wrappers.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 19] Astronomy, Mathematics, Physics : Original Editions of Tycho Brahe, Giordano Bruno, Copernicus, Dee, Digges, Galilei, Hevelius, Huygens, Kepler, Laplace, Newton, Papin, Rheticus, Scheiner, Steno :The Invention of the Telescope : Mathematical, Astronomical and Navigation Instruments : The Invention of the Calculation Machine;(22 cm), 64 (2) pp., illustrations. 319 items; priced. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes (pp.3-7) "The Printing History of Copernicus, De Revolutionibus orbium coelestium libri VI, 1543" with bibliographical particulars of copies seen by Weil. At the end of the catalogue is an advertisement for several scientific instruments in Weil's stock, including a proportional compass of Galileo's design with the insignia of Vincenzo Gonzaga, duke of Mantua (1564-1612); this was sold in 1952 to David Wheatland, and now is in the Harvard Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 20] Manuscripts, Early Printed and Woodcut Books : Old Science and Medicine;(22 cm), 66 (2) pp., 2 leaves of plates, illustrations. 262 items; priced. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes (item 67) a copy of the Spiegel menschlicher behaltnuss (Speyer: Peter Drach, about 1495).[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 21] Science and Medicine in the XIXth Century;(22 cm), 59 (1) pp., illustrations. 420 items; priced. Publisher's printed wrappers.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 22] Books and Manuscripts mainly Medical and Scientific;(22 cm), 65 (3) pp., illustrations. 330 items; priced. Publisher's printed wrappers.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 23] Astronomy, Navigation : Astronomical Instruments;(22 cm), 63 (1) pp., illustrations. 340 items; priced. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes books from Schloss Nordkirchen in Westphalia, among them some in gilt-decorated vellum bindings with the insignia or autograph HL (Hermann IV, 1607-1658, Landgrave of Hesse-Rotenburg). Among the scientific instruments is a French armillary sphere dated "about 1470" (item 285, priced £1200).[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 24] Early Medical Books : Old Chemistry;(22 cm), 65 (3) pp., 1 leaf of plates, illustrations. 350 items; priced. Publisher's printed wrappers.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 25] Early Instruments and Technology Books;(22 cm), 52 (2) pp., 2 leaves of plates, illustrations. 224 items; priced. Publisher's printed wrappers.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 26] Old Medicine;(22 cm), 58 (2) pp., 2 leaves of plates, illustrations. 276 items; priced. Publisher's printed wrappers.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 27] Science : Progress from Mythology to Atom Splitting;(22 cm), 68 (2) pp., 2 leaves of plates, illustrations. 322 items; priced. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes (lot 94) a manuscript from the Nordkirchen Library of the Venetian cosmographer Gregorius Jordanus, now Houghton Library, Harvard University, MS Typ 471.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 28] Progress in medicine;(22 cm), 60 (2) pp., 3 leaves of plates, illustrations. 342 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes (item 140) a copy of Diaria de bello carolino (Venice: Aldus Manutius, 1496) with autograph dedication by the printer to Luca Pisano, ambassador of Venice, who is mentioned in the text (ex-Riva collection, sold in Paris, 8 January 1857, lot 1828)[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 29] Astronomy, Navigation : Horology, Mathematics : Globes & Instruments;(22 cm), 64 (2) pp., illustrations. 236 items. Publisher's printed wrappers.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 30] Renaissance medicine;(22 cm), 67 (1) pp., illustrations. 180 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes (item 1) a late 16th-century Italian manuscript with 55 anatomical drawings from the Matteo Luigi Canonici (1727-1805) and Rev. Walter Sneyd (1809-1888) libraries, which Weil had recently acquired in Sotheby's (11 July 1960, lot 131); and a XVth century surgical manuscript of Guglielmo da Saliceto (item 60), acquired in 1956 from H.P. Kraus (Catalogue 80, item 120).[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 31] Science and Medicine in the XIXth and XXth centuries;(22 cm), 54 (2) pp., illustrations. 438 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Included is a section headed "Photography & Cinematography" (pp.23-26, items, 181-234: "only a small selection from my large stock"), offering inter alia Julia Margaret Cameron's photograph of Herschel, and calotypes coming from David Octavius Hill's Edinburgh studio.[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 32] Old science and medicine;(22 cm), 70 (2) pp., 2 leaves of plates, illustrations. 357 items. Publisher's printed wrappers. - Includes (pp.3-4, priced £3000) the "Liber amicorum" of Konrad Gesner, in which more than 200 friends, guests, and acquaintances inscribed their names during the last ten years of his life. The Ms is now in the National Library of Medicine (R.J. Durling, "Conrad Gesner's Liber amicorum 1555-1565" in Gesnerus, 22, 1965, pp.134-157).[Stock catalogues, numbered series: 33] Some rarer Books of the XVth and XVIth century, mostly illustrated : Science, from Lavoisier to atom-splitting : Portrait Medals of Scientists;(22 cm), 60 (2), pp., illustrations. 346 items. Publisher's printed wrappers.

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        Ruce. (Hände).

      - Folge von 13 Farbholzschnitten, davon 1 signiert (Blatt 13), auf cremefarbenem Velin, in dünnen Passepartouts. Prag, Edice Ráj Knihomilu, 1943. Orig.-Halbleinenmappe mit aufgeklebtem Titel. 27,2:19,7 cm. &#150; Die Mappe mit geringen Gebrauchsspuren, kleiner Einriß in einem der Passepartouts. Seltene Mappe des tschechischen Schriftstellers, Malers, Graphikers und Buchdruckers. 1898 ging Vachal nach Prag, um sich zum Buchbinder ausbilden zu lassen. Hier befreundete er sich mit dem Maler Mikolas Ales (1852-1913), der ein Vetter seines Vaters war. 1900 schrieb er seine ersten Gedichte, 1903 trat er der Prager Theosophischen Gesellschaft bei, 1904 begann er ein Studium an der Prager Kunstakademie und wurde ein anerkannter Maler und Graphiker. Neben der Kunst beschäftigte er sich auch als Schriftsteller und es erschienen 1910 seine ersten beiden Bücher. 1912/1913 verband ihn eine kurze aber intensive Freundschaft mit dem Priester, Dichter und Schriftsteller Jakub Deml (1878-1961), der als Wegbereiter des tschechischen surrealismus gilt. In dieser Zeit befreundete er sich mit dem Sammler Josef Portman, in dessen Haus Portmoneum befindet sich heute das Váchal-Museum in Litomysl. 1916/18 diente Váchal an der italienischen Front. Mit dem Wegzug aus der Metropole Prag nach dem Dorf Studenany 1940, demonstrierte er gegen die Besetzung der Tschechoslowakei durch die Nationalsozialisten. Nach der Machtübernahme durch die Kommunisten 1948 wurde er wegen seiner antikommunistischen Ansichten als Schriftsteller geächtet und sein Eigentum und das seiner Frau beschlagnahmt. Seine letzten Lebensjahre verbrachte Váchal in großer Armut.

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        They'll Do It Every Time 1943-Jimmy Hailo original drawing/inscription Hardback

      David McKay 1943 - -By Jimmy Hailo -Hardcover book in original dust jacket. -1st Hailo hardback -Forward by Damon Runyon -Loaded with full page comics -Size is about 9 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches -Hailo has drawn a full color illustration of LITTLE IODINE on the 1st blank page! In color and signed! -Book is VF- d/j has tears. -One of a kind! Condition: FN

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        THESE HAPPY GOLDEN YEARS

      - WILDER,LAURA INGALLS. THESE HAPPY GOLDEN YEARS. NY: Harper & Bros (1943). 8vo (6 x 8 1/4"), pictorial cloth, 299p., slight cover soil, near Fine in slightly frayed and soiled dust wrapper. Stated 1st edition. Illustrated by HELEN SEWELL AND MILDRED BOYLE with color dw, color frontis plus full page black & whites. Laura is almost 16 and teaching school. The last of the Little House books. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        These Happy Golden Years

      New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1943 The eighth of nine titles in Wilder's Little House on the Prairie books. Plot-As the novel begins, Pa is taking Laura 12 miles from home in the dead of winter to her first teaching assignment at Brewster settlement. She, only 15 and a schoolgirl herself, is apprehensive as this is both the first time she has left home and the first school she has taught, but she is determined to complete her assignment and earn money to keep her sister, Mary, at her college for the blind in Iowa.The weather is bitterly cold, and neither the claim shanty where Laura boards or the school can be heated adequately. Some of the children she is teaching are older than her, and she has difficulty controlling them. Worse, she boards with the head of the school board and his unhappy wife, who does not hide her resentment of Laura. Soon Laura comes to dread living under their roof, particularly during the weekends when she can't escape to school. Much to her surprise and relief, Almanzo begins driving the twenty-four miles to and from the school so that she can return home on weekends. With advice from Ma (a former schoolteacher herself), she is able to adapt and become more self-assured, and successfully completes the two-month assignment.Laura is surprised when Almanzo continues to invite her out sleighing once she had returned home. Their relationship continues, even as she watches her school friends pairing up with beaux, accepting marriage proposals, and leaving school. Sleigh rides give way to buggy rides in the spring, and she impresses him with her willingness to help break his new and often temperamental horses. Meanwhile, she continues to study for her own education, remaining at the head of her classes while also takes odd jobs and another term of teaching in order to earn money for Mary's education. By the time Mary graduates and returns home, Laura's extra earnings have allowed the Ingalls to settle on their claim and begin a peaceful, prosperous life.Laura and Almanzo's romance continues to blossom until he offers her an engagement ring. She accepts his proposal to be married the following summer, although she wonders if she is more interested in his horses than in him himself. Her affection is tested when he announces that he must go to his family in Minnesota and will not be back until spring. She finds that life no longer feels complete without him, only to be reunited briefly on Christmas Eve, when he returns to be with her.While in Minnesota, Almanzo told his family of the engagement, and now his older sister, Eliza Jane, is planning to arrive in spring to throw a huge, fancy wedding that neither of them wants or can afford. To stop her from taking over their wedding, Laura agrees to be married at the end of that week. Almanzo rushes to finish their house while she hurries to complete her trousseau. They are married quickly in a small ceremony by the local pastor. She says a tearful but loving goodbye to her family before leaving for the little house Almanzo has built for them.Historical Background-"Lew Brewster" was a pseudonym for Louis Bouchie. He was a distant relative of Mr. Boast, a good friend of the Ingalls who appears in several of the books. Bouchie and Genevieve Masters were the only two people whose names Wilder changed for her books, as Nellie and Louis Bouchie's wife were both unpleasant people, and she wished to respect their privacy.Today there is a small town called Carthage, South Dakota, located where Wilder placed the Brewster settlement, although it is unclear if Carthage grew out of the original Bouchie (Brewster) Settlement.Nellie Oleson, depicted in this story, is actually a combination of two of Wilder's rivals: Genevieve Masters, in the school passages, and Stella Gilbert, in the passages about the buggy rides with Wilder and Almanzo. The news Wilder hears near the end of the book, that "Nellie has gone back East", refers to Genevieve Masters.

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        Verzamelde werken. (Collected works, full vellum edition).

      Haarlem/ Den Haag, Enschedé/ Boucher, 1943-1954. 7 vols. Gilt full vellum. Tops gilt. Uncut. 2500 p. Printed in 1060 numbered sets.l The collected poetical works of the stern classical Dutch poet of his period, Pieter Cornelis Boutens (1870-1943). This set also contains the extensive collected translations into Dutch of Boutens: works by Sappho, Homer, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Plato, Omar Khayyam, Lovize Labé, Goethe, Novalis, D.G. Rossetti, Oscar Wilde, Alfred Douglas and others.This is the most deluxe version, issued in 25 or 30 copies only, one of 120 Roman numbered copies on paper specially made for this deluxe edition, watermarked P.C. Boutens (most of the 120 were bound in vellum-backed blue boards, some issued in paper wrappers). The volumes have been numbered differently, between III and XXI. With a prospect. Eye-catching series in robust, splendid bindings.

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        La muerte de Gerion

      Barcelona, J.E. Cirlot- Prensa Pereda 1943 - Ejemplar dedicado y firmado por el autor N. 1 de la tirada de 10 en números romanos en papel hilo Guarro y encuadernado en piel. Se publicaron 290 más numerados de 11 a 300 en papel hilo y encuadernados en tela [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Sämtliche Werke - Acht Bände in fünfzehn Büchern

      Leinen Altersgemäß angedunkelt, mit einzelnen Gebrauchsspuren, einzelne BändeBand 1 (beide Hälften) von 1943, Band 2,1 und 2,2 von 1951, Band 3 von 1957, Band 4,1 und 4,2 von 1961, Band 5 von 1952, Band 6,1 von 1954, Band 6,2 von 1958, Band 7,1 von 1968, Band 7,2 von 1972, Band 7,3 von 1974, Band 7,4 von 1977, Band 8 von 1985 , Preis inkl. MwSt..

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        THE LITTLE PRINCE

      Reynal & Hitchcock (1943), New York - This is copy #103 of 525 numbered copies SIGNED by the author on the tipped-in limitation page. The American edition appeared before the French or English editions, and this is the ONLY way to obtain a signed edition of this book as the author was assigned to fly with the French Free Air Force shortly before publication and went missing about a year later while on a mission. This special issue of one of the most beloved books of the twentieth century is, consequently, one of the most desired limited editions and does not come often upon the marketplace. THE LITTLE PRINCE is both the most-read and most-translated book in the French language and was voted the best book of the 20th century in France. This copy is clean and bright with virtually no wear and is rather uncommon as such. About Fine in a Good at best dustwrapper lacking much of the spine [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        o.T. (Blattwerk). Zwei Originalabzüge, verso signiert.

      24 x 17,7 cm. Silbergelatineabzüge aus dem Spätwerk der Wiener Fotografin (1943-2003), verso eigenhändig signiert und mit ihrer Adresse versehen (Starkfriedgasse 11 in Pötzleinsdorf, nach dem Tod Gustav Glücks, lebte sie mit ihrem Mann, dem Dichter Reinhard Priessnitz, vorübergehend in der Wohnung ihres Vaters). Seit Beginn ihrer Ausstellungstätigkeit hat sie dem weißen Rand ihrer Abzüge besondere Bedeutung beigemessen. Beiliegt Typoskript (von Reinhard Priessnitz) zu ihrer Ausstellung 'Fotoarbeiten' 1982 im Intakt-Treffpunkt, den die Galeristin Christa Hauer in ihrer Galerie im Griechenbeisl eingerichtet hatte. 'Hier wird gleichsam eine durch Fotoarbeit möglich gewordene Umwelt des zweiten Blicks vorgeführt, eine Darstellung von Formstrukturen ...'. In der Priessnitz-Gesamtausgabe nicht enthalten. Originalabzüge der Fotografin sind außerordentlich selten im Handel. Diese bei Röbl / Coeln nicht abgebildet.

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        Achter groene horren.

      Amsterdam, Veen, (1943). Ingenaaid. In groen linnen overslagdoos (Binderij Phoenix). 184 p. 1e druk. Voorzijde omslag ontbreekt. Rug en achterzijde omslag beschadigd. Binnenwerk iets roestig.l Auteursexemplaar van deze autobiografische roman met handgeschreven, gesigneerde aantekening van de auteur op de Franse titel: 'Auteursexemplaar (eerste druk)/ den Haag, April 44./ J.K. Feijlbrief.' Met potlood schreef de auteur later deze handgeschreven, in de loop der tijd wat vervaagde opdracht: 'Van den schrijver vriendschappelijk/ voor Leo van Breen. 1-IV-50/ J.K.F.'De journalist en dichter Leo van Breen (1906-1988) bezocht Van Oudshoorn weleens en correspondeerde met hem. Van Breen was ook degene die Van Oorschot ervan wist te overtuigen om Van Oudshoorns verzameld werk uit te geven. Op 11 augustus 1951 verscheen Van Breens in memoriam Van Oudshoorn in de Haagsche Post.Volgens de 'Lijst van boeken, aanwezig in de nalatenschap van J.K. Feijlbrief', opgenomen achterin de biografie van De Moor, bevond het andere auteursexemplaar van Achter groene horren zich in een schrijftafel, 'rechts beneden'.

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        The Author's Original Typed Manuscript for "Journey in the Dark."

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1941 - 1943. The author's original hand-corrected typescript for his most important work, "Journey in the Dark," which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1944. Donated by Flavin to the US Treasury Department "to help the war financing campaign," with a certificate from "The Books and Authors War Bond Committee" dated May, 1945. This typescript purchased by or for Seton Hill College in Greensburg, PA, as printed on the certificate. A note in the author's hand reads as follows: "This is the original MS of "Journey in The Dark," as I wrote it at the rate of about 500 words a day between April 1941 and July 1943. I compose on a typewriter, and though I may write a page a dozen times, when I finally leave it, it is finished. Indeed, long before this book was finished, it was going into galleys. I use loose leaf paper - keeping the work in binders as it progresses. Martin Flavin | May 15th 1944." Two cover sheets typed by the publisher with the title and list of other works by Flavin precede the typescript. Dedication page typed by the author, stamped "Received Aug. 17, 1943." The complete typescript comprises 611 one-sided typed sheets (three-hole punched) with publisher and editor notations throughout. The author's holograph corrections in blue ink on approximately 125 leaves and several other leaves with pencil corrections transferred from the galleys. In addition to grammatical corrections, the author clarifies "why the flak was unalarming," removes racial references, changes a character's name to Mr. Ginsberg from Mr. Bergman, and deletes a page and a half aside about American apathy towards WWII up until the bombing of Pearl Harbor. How many Pulitzer Prize winning manuscripts from the 20th century still remain in private hands?

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        [Handmade Journals]: A Soldier's Experience at Home and Abroad, 1943-1945 [with] For Gentlemen Only, 1945-1947 (with later additions)

      (East St. Louis, Illinois). Near Fine. Two small quartos volumes. Bound typed manuscripts with hand-painted cloth covers and pictorial endpapers. A Soldier's Experience at Home and Abroad, 1943-1945. 324pp. with three added maps and tipped-in letter; For Gentlemen Only, 1945-1947 variously paginated [approximately 300pp], with a few holograph text illustrations. Mild external wear, else fine. The first volume is Signed by Spotz.A pair of substantial, elaborately produced, and highly unusual handmade books, reflecting the experiences, preoccupations, and humor of an enlisted serviceman in World War II. Created by Robert F. "Bob" Spotz, an Army quartermaster who saw service in the 347th Quartermaster Battalion in Accra, Gold Coast (now Ghana) and the 4152 Quartermaster Battalion in North Africa. Spotz mustered out of the Army in 1945 as a Staff Sergeant; genealogical websites provide no further details on his life or post-army career, but we do find a 1998 death notice for a "Robert F. Spotz" at Sun City Center, Florida.The first title provides a meticulous, almost day-by-day manuscript recollection of the author's wartime service, beginning with basic training in Virginia and ending with quartermaster duty in Italy and North Africa. Spotz is less concerned with recording the larger events of the war than with conveying a realistic picture of what daily life was like for a rank-and-file enlisted man, and he accomplishes this in an artless, vernacular style: despite frequent misspellings and grammatical errors the manuscript is deeply engaging and unquestionably authentic. Of added interest is a letter, tipped into the manuscript following the final page of text, addressed to Spotz by one "Benjamin Ansah-Okrofi" of Accra (then Gold Coast, now Ghana), who is identified by context as a civilian typist assigned to Spotz's unit who produced the typed manuscript of this memoir. In the letter, dated 1947, Mr. Ansah-Okrofi recounts these recently past events and complains that, since the Army's departure, life has been reduced to mere subsistence for residents of Accra.The second manuscript is a rather eccentric compendium of racy, and at times pornographic materials, including jokes, one-liners, short-stories, and doggerel verse gathered by Spotz from around the globe during his years of military service. In his foreword Spotz states: "The following fictitious stories and poems were compiled by me in the United States, Italy, North-Africa and on the Equator at the Gold Coast. There is very little doubt that you have ever read or heard any of the stories in this book. Many were given to me that were written in a foreign language, which of course had to first be translated for me [...] read at your own risk and happy reading to you all... ." Though the foreword is dated 1943-45, the pagination is not continuous and the text includes several additions that were obviously made later (with one insertion dated as late as 1978!) suggesting the manuscript may have been the lifelong project of a connoisseur of racy stories.Together, a significant manuscript journal of the times during World War Two, paired with a remarkable work of amateur anthologizing, each housed in an exceptional hand-painted vernacular binding.

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        FOUR QUARTETS

      New York: Harcourt Brace and Company, (1943). First Edition. Hardcover. Some soiling, little wear to corners, spine dull; lengthy inscription in an unknown hand on the front free endpaper with scattered pencil checks in the text. In what is now acknowledged to be the first issue dustwrapper with a $2.00 price and nine titles listed at rear. Very Good in a Near Fine dustwrapper. One of only 788 copies of the first impression with the words "first American edition" on the copyright page. The scarce true first edition of a seminal collection as most of the printing run was destroyed due to poor quality. Gallup A43a; Connolly, One Hundred Modern Books 92.

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        LA NATURA LUOGHI SCELTI TRADOTTI ED ANNOTATI COL TESTO A FRONTE DA CARLO LANDI

      G.C.SANSONI, FIRENZE 1943 - BIBLIOTECA PER LA DIFFUSIONE DEGLI STUDI CLASSICI INTERLINGUE Piccolo volume, con pagine ancora intonse, brunite e con traccia di umidità attorno ai bordi, brossura editoriale morbida, con dorso brunito, umidità ai bordi, usura ai bordi ed al piatto posteriore colore fuxia da trasferimento

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        36 grabados

      Arsacio Vanegas Arroyo, México 1943 - Serie completa de 36 grabados (en 30 páginas de diferentes colores) realizados con las placas originales del célebre grabador mexicano. Sin encuadernar, conserva la cubierta original con algún deterioro y una rasgadura (ver imagen) y la contratapa se ha perdido. Hojas de amplios márgenes ideales para enmarcar, aunque los bordes, sin afectar ningún grabado, están algo deteriorados por la fragilidad del papel. Edición muy rara, de aproximadamente 50 ejemplares. 35 x 24 cms. Complete set of 36 engravings on 30 leaves of various color wove papers. 350x240 mm; 13 3/4x9 1/2 inches (sheets), full margins, spine perished, borders damaged, not affecting the engraves. Folio, plates, along with Introduction and Table of Contents in Spanish, loose as issued in publisher''s printed wrappers, slightly toned; fragile. Edition of approximately 50. Issued in conjunction with the famous Mexican artist Posada's first major exhibition, organized by Fernando Gambio at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City. A MET piece! https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:%27Jos%C3%A9_Guadalupe_Posada-_36_Grabados%27_(Mexico,_1943)_MET_DP872820.jpg

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        Le coeur est un chasseur solitaire

      - Stock, Paris 1943, 13x19,5cm, broché. - Prima edizione della traduzione francese, una delle 100 copie numerate hors commerce su pergamena svedese. Rare autografo Carson Cullers Mac in inglese per Marcel Arland. Torna un po 'insolated, le ultime tre lettere del nome dell'autore nella spedizione includono posto scolorimento a causa di una goccia o una lacrima. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de la traduction française, un des 100 exemplaires hors commerce numérotés sur vélin suédois. Rare envoi autographe de Carson Mac Cullers, en anglais, à Marcel Arland. Dos légèrement insolé, les trois dernières lettres du nom de l'auteur figurant dans l'envoi comportent une tache de décoloration due à une goutte d'eau ou une larme.  

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        A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN

      New York: Harper & Brothers. 1943. First Edition; Twenty-Third Printing. Hardcover. Good in a Good dust jacket. Previous owner inked front endpage. Scuffing to page edges. Toning throughout. Shelf wear to panels. Open tears to upper edge of rear panel and crown, near rear panel. Chips to heel. Chip to edge of front and rear panel. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

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        Die Sonette vom Grab einer Liebe. Maschinenabschrift für den Freiherrn Ralph von Falkenstein mit handschriftlichem Brief und Postkarten des Künstlers aus der Zeit um 1939.

      1943, 1943 - gr. in-8vo, 65 Bl. (davon 10 leer) Büttenpapier (Wasserzeichen ?INGRES? und ?PMF(Italia)?), maschinengeschrieben in Schwarz mit roten Initialen, in passendem Fach am Schluss hs. Brief (4 S.) und 3 Postkarten (2 davon zeigen Ambrosi vor seinem Atelier, bzw. seine Bronzeskulptur ?Eli Lama Sabathani?), ms. signiert ?Falkenstein?, Maroquineinband (signiert BAER) mit Goldfileten auf Deckeln und Rücken mit Titel in Goldprägung, mit passendem Schuber mit Original-Aquarellbemalung. Einzigartiges Werk von und über Ambrosi. Die maschinengeschriebene Abschrift stammt wahrscheinlich aus der Maschine des berühmten österreichischen Bildhauers und Lyrikers Ambrosi selbst und ist seinem persönlichen Freund, dem Freiherrn von Falkenstein, gewidmet (?Abschrift für die Bybliothek [sic!] des Freiherrn Ralph von Falkenstein. 17. Juni 1943?). Der bibliophile Einband und Schuber sind das Werk von George Adolf Baer, der zu der Zeit in Zürich eine Buchbinderei für exklusive Bücher betrieb. Die Sonette entstanden schon 1924 in Ambrosis römischer Zeit. Die 3 Postkarten und der Brief stammen von 1938 bzw. 1939 und sind an Falkenstein gerichtet. Der Künstler berichtet über seine Arbeit im Wiener Atelier ??.46 Jahre alt habe ich endlich nach einem entwürdigenden Hunde-Bettelleben die Möglichkeit mich zu entfalten! [.] Ich arbeite wie ein rasender Meteor!? Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Nobel führte sie zusammen. Begegnungen in Lindau.

      271 (1) Seiten mit zahlreichen 4, gebundene Ausgabe, blauer Original Ganz-Leineneinband mit weissgeprägtem Titel auf dem Buchdeckel und -rücken. mit Schutzumschlag, dieser an den Rändern berieben, das Buch selbst ungelesen und wie neu, auf dem Titel und der gegenüberliegenden Seite die Unterschriften von 19 Nobelpreisträgern: Klaus-Olaf von Klitzing (* 28. Juni 1943 in Schroda) erhielt 1985 den Nobelpreis für Physik für die Entdeckung des quantisierten Hall-Effekts im Grenobler Hochfeld-Magnetlabor am 5. Februar 1980. Brian David Josephson (* 4. Januar 1940 in Cardiff/Großbritanien) erhielt 1973 den Nobelpreis für Physik "für die Entdeckung des Josephson-Effekts". Karl Alexander Müller (* 20. April 1927 in Basel) erhielt 1987 den Nobelpreis für Physik für bahnbrechende Entdeckung von Supraleitung in keramischen Materialien. Jack Steinberger (* 25. Mai 1921 als Hans Jakob Steinberger in Bad Kissingen) erhielt 1988 den Nobelpreis für Physik für Grundlagenforschung über Neutrinos. Leo Esaki (* 12. März 1925 in der Präfektur Osaka) erhielt 1973 den Physik-Nobelpreis für experimentelle Entdeckungen, die das Tunnel-Phänomen in Halb- beziehungsweise Supraleitern betrafen. Ernst Otto Fischer (* 10. November 1918 in Solln - + 23. Juli 2007 in München) erhielt 1973 den Nobelpreis für Chemie "für die Synthese bzw. Struktur des Dibenzolchrom". Kenneth Geddes Wilson (* 8. Juni 1936 in Waltham/USA - + 15. Juni 2013 in Saco/USA) erhielt 1982 den Physik-Nobelpreis für seine Theorie über kritische Phänomene bei Phasenumwandlungen. Norman Foster Ramsey (* 27. August 1915 in Washington/USA - + 4. November 2011 in Wayland/USA) erhielt 1989 den Physik-Nobelpreis für seine Arbeiten, die zu verbesserten spektroskopischen Verfahren in der Atom-, Molekül- und Kernphysik und zu präzisen Zeit- und Frequenzmessungen führten. Willis E. Lambm (* 12. Juli 1913 in Los Angeles/USA - + 15. Mai 2008 in Tucson/USA) erhielt 1955 den Physik-Nobelpreis für die korrigierte und erweiterte atomare Struktur des Wasserstoffs. Bertram Neville Brockhouse, CC (* 15. Juli 1918 in Lethbridge/Kanada - 13. Oktober 2003 in Hamilton/Kanada) erhielt 1994 den Physik-Nobelpreis für die Entwicklung von Techniken zur Streuung der ungeladenen Kernteilchen. Martin Lewis Perl (* 24. Juni 1927 in New York/USA - + 30. September 2014 in Palo Alto/USA) erhielt 1995 den Physik-Nobelpreis für Entdeckung des Tauons. Nicolaas Bloembergen (* 11. März 1920 in Dordrecht/Niederlande) erhielt 1981 den Physik-Nobelpreis für "seinen Beitrag zur Entwicklung der Laserspektroskopie. Donald Arthur Glaser (* 21. September 1926 in Cleveland/USA - + 28. Februar 2013 in Berkeley/USA) erhielt 1960 den Physik-Nobelpreis "für die Erfindung der Blasenkammer". Johannes Georg Bednorz (* 16. Mai 1950 in Neuenkirchen) erhielt 1987 den Physik-Nobelpreis "für bahnbrechende Entdeckung der Supraleitung in keramischen Materialien". Arthur Leonard Schawlow (* 5. Mai 1921 in Mount Vernon/USA - + 28. April 1999 in Palo Alto/USA) erhielt 1981 den Physik-Nobelpreis "für seinen Beitrag zur Entwicklung der Laserspektroskopie. Antony Hewish (* 11. Mai 1924 in Fowey/Großbritanien) erhielt 1974 den Physik-Nobelpreis "für seine Rolle bei der Entdeckung der Pulsare". Ivar Giaever (* 5. April 1929 in Bergen/Norwegen) erhielt 1973 den Physik-Nobelpreis "für seine experimentellen Entdeckungen betreffend das Tunnel-Phänomen in Halb- bzw. Supraleitern". Rudolf Ludwig Mößbauer (* 31. Januar 1929 in München - + 14. September 2011 in Grünwald) erhielt 1961 den Physik-Nobelpreis "für seine Untersuchungen zur Resonanzabsorption von Gammastrahlung und die in diesem Zusammenhang gemachte Entdeckung des nach ihm benannten Effektes.

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        SERMON.|THE

      N.P.: n.p., 1943. Limited Editions Club. painting (21 1/2 by 18 1/2 inches). Painting by artist Boardman Robinson, "The Sermon." Born in Nova Scotia, Robinson spent his early years in Canada and England, moving to Boston by the early 1890s. He studied at the Massachusetts College of Art and later studied at the Académie Colarossi and the École des Beaux-Arts, both in Paris. He worked as an illustrator for a number of publications. He travelled to Europe in 1915 and 1916, and saw the effects of World War I on the people of Europe. After returning from Europe, he began to work for The Masses, a socialist monthly. After the United States entered the war, the government deemed that The Masses had violated the Espionage Act of 1917, and it ceased publication. After the war, Robinson became a teacher and a book illustrator. A reproduction of this painting appeares in Moby Dick, published by the Limited Editions Club in 1942 (Will Ranson, Selective Check Lists of Press Books: a Compilation of All Important and Significant Private Presses or Press Books which are Collected (New York: Philip C. Duschnes, 1945), 86. Also see A Complete Catalogue: Twenty-five Years of the Limited Editions Club Books (New York: Philip C. Duschnes, ca. 1954), 5. Quarter inch abrasion of the paint in upper right hand corner. Some rubbing to the wood of the frame.

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        John Wisden's Cricketers' Almanack for 1943 - 1943 Wisden : Original Hardback,

      1943. Hi, This is a Wisden from the Adrian Ellis Collection. 1943 : Original Hardback Wisden. This Wisden is an Original Hardback Wisden, internally it is excellent, very clean pages and strong hinges. Slight fading to front gilt and darkened spine gilt, the boards are excellent with minimal marks. Bury in pencil to the front 8/10.

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        Ã¢Â&#128;Â&#156;America is not and never was a matter of race or ancestry.âÂ&#128;Â&#157;

      U.S. Government Printing Office:, Washington: D.C., 1943 - Wartime poster, 27 Ã&#130;¾ x19 Ã&#130;¾, large eagle engraving at the top of the poster, printed in red and black. Creases where folded. This rare U.S. Government wartime poster attempts to promote equality by reminding Americans that race and ancestry shouldnâÂ&#128;Â&#153;t matter in our country. It reminds us that every American "should be given the opportunity to serve the country" and help the war effort. While this was certainly a noble goal, this poster was printed at a time when our armed forces were still largely segregated. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Original Art]: Yale Forklift Safety Drawings

      [Pennsylvania, 1943. Very Good. Eight original drawings. Each 6.25" x 4.5". Pen and ink drawings finished with watercolor. Toned paper, a few spots of erosion and a few scatted tears, very good. A group of eight drawings concerning the safe use of forklifts: picking up pallets, avoiding obstacles, driving down inclines, loading trucks, etc. Notably five of the images portray young women behind the wheel of the forklift and wearing fashions of the World War II-era, when women were for the first time needed for jobs traditionally reserved for men. The repeated use of Yale on the side of the forklift suggests that these were likely created by Yale Forklifts for a war-era safety manual or poster, though we could not find no examples of such in our research. Regardless, an interesting group of original drawings depicting the first wave of women working in heavy industry.

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        Voor Volk en Vaderland. De strijd der Nationaal-socialistische Beweging 14. December 1931 - Mei 1941.

      400 S. Mit 100 Abb., davon 1 Tafel mehrfach gefaltet, alle Tafeln in Kupfertiefdruck. Gr 4to (27 x 20 x 4,5 cm). Dunkelblauer Orig.-Lederband mit Rücken-und Deckeltitel in Goldprägung (Ecken und Kanten teils etwas berieben). Die repräsentative Geschichte der holländischen Nazi-Bewegung (NSB) in erster Ausgabe (1943 erschien eine verkleinerte Nachauflage). - Vorliegendes Exemplar (auf starkem Papier) wohl für Geschenkzwecke aufwändig in Ganzleder gebunden. Dieses Exemplar mit eigenhändiger mehrzeiliger WIDMUNG des niederländischen Nazi-Führers ("De Leider") Anton Adriaan Mussert (geb. 1894) für den NSKK Gruppenführer Leo von Bayer-Ehrenberg, 1.April 1942, auf dem Vortitelblatt (in holländ. Sprache), s. Abb. - Im deutsch besetzten Holland wurde 1943 ein Kabinett unter Musserts Führung eingesetzt, der bereits 1931 die Nazi-Bewegung dort begründet hatte. Mussert (ursprünglich Ingenieur) wurde nach Prozeß 1946 in Den Haag zum Tode verurteilt und hingerichtet. Er traf während seiner aktiven Zeit mehrfach mit Hitler (aber u.a. auch mit Papst Pius XI.) zusammen. Zur Rolle des Bewidmeten L.v. Bayer-Ehrenberg vgl. D. Hochstetter, Motorisierung und "Volksgemeinschaft" Das Nationalsozialistische Kraftfahrkorps (NSKK) 1931-45. München 2005. passim. Dort auch ausführlich über die politische Vereinnahmung des Motorsports, ihrer Organisatoren und Akteure in Deutschland. - Die Bildtafeln im vorligenden Exemplar zeigen ganzseitig (außer Mussert, Hitler u. Mussolini) weitere Funktionäre, Versammlungen, Feiern, Propaganda usw. der "Bewegung" (die Tafeln II u. VI sind auch im Abb.-Verzeichnis übesprungen, also nicht vorhanden gewesen, die Tafel III: "de drie bronnen" fehlt hier, ist aber evt. auch nicht vorhanden gewesen: jedenfalls keine Entfernungsspuren), sonst komplett. - Von einem Feuchtigkeitsrand quer im Vorderschnitt abgesehen, insgesamt gut erhaltene "Geschenkausgabe".

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        Reading Maps. Basic Instructions for Reading Maps (CITANJE KART)

      Tehnika RK VI, Kamnik district, Slovenia 1943 - 30pp. 8vo, mimeographed text with images, original tan wrappers with mimeographed cover. 30pp. 8vo, mimeographed text with images, original tan wrappers with mimeographed cover. This rare surviving pamphlet from World War II was produced by the Yugoslav Partisans, the most accomplished armed resistance movement against the Axis occupation of Europe. Starting out as a guerilla group, the Partisans soon created a complete underground society based on Communist principles, including schools, government and medical institutions, financial systems, and publishing presses. This pamphlet, produced by one such press likely hidden in the mountains or forests of Slovenia, addresses an emergent need in such a new, clandestine society: that for maps. It proceeds in logical order: geographical vocabulary, instructions for making field maps, and later more sophisticated and symbolic drafting techniques. Within this technical know-how, it also communicates tactical military advice that the Partisan guerillas employed in their battles with Axis armies. This tactical quality of the publication is most in evidence in the pamphlets many striking diagrams, which demonstrate the importance of visual knowledge in situations of survival. This pamphlet was one of many Partisan publications designed to educate, protect, and encourage members of the movement. It is particularly fascinating for its simple means of production, since the secrecy of Partisan operations limited them to mechanical methods such as mimeographs--in witness here--as well as heliotypes, linocuts, and typewriting. Given its fragility, the pamphlet is in excellent condition with clean text. Slight stains and some very small tears in margins. As one of the few Partisan publications on cartography, this pamphlet is a rare and fascinating record of the World War II resistance.

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        A Pictorial Map of Scenes in and around Army-Slang

      Winchester, MA.: Ernest Dudley Chase.. Copyright 1943.. Color "pictorial map", 14 1/4 x 21 1/4 inches on sheet size 15 3/4 x 22 3/4 inches, folding as issued into pamphlet 8 3/4 x 4 3/4 inches. Separations at left and right horizontal centrefold (4 1/2 and 1 1/2 inches), short separation at one fold end, light wear and toning, previous owner's name on cover, good condition. A scarce image by Ernest Dudley Chase, one of the first rank pictorial mapmakers of the 20th century. Rather loosely titled by Chase a pictorial map with the eagle emblem forming the background suggesting the United States. Army slang phrases are illustrated in humorous vignettes with a dictionary of the slang words provided in the Legend at upper edge. "You'll find it here all pictured out, The slang that's 'in the groove,' And helps to keep from morn to night, The ARMY ON THE MOVE!" All in red, white and blue with decorative border, this is a historically illuminating and decorative piece. Also issued as a single sided poster, this is the pamphlet edition, with humorous illustrations on the verso as well as a Glossary of Good Old Army Slang. The back cover advertises the "complete catalog of Chase Pictorial Maps" which can be requested. No copies of this are listed on WorldCat. .

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        The Little Prince

      New York: Reynal & Hitchcock,, 1943. Quarto. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in terracotta morocco, titles to spine in black, two raised bands, pictorial onlay of The Little Prince to front board, twin rule to turn-ins in black, dark green endpapers, gilt edges. With colour illustrations by the author. A fine copy. First edition, first printing. The original manuscript was in the author's native French, but it was both written and published in America, the English and French editions appearing in April 1943, perhaps simultaneously.

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        Ah Wong

      [New York: High Grade Press for the Author], 1943. 8vo. 24 pp. Original blue printed wrappers. SCARCE PRIVATELY PRINTED CHRISTMAS GREETING, LIMITED TO 500 COPIES, this is number 311 signed by Travers. This story, and two other Christmas pamphlets by the celebrated author of 'Mary Poppins', remained unpublished commercially until 2014, when Virago released them as an edition. "Ah Wong" tells of the narrator's encounter with a swearing Chinese cook. "Each of the characters she focuses on are really unlikely heroes for the narrator. The encounters take place which she is a young girl - the stories are in the form of a person looking back over their childhood, growing up in Australia on a sugar plantation, when her parents don't seem to be very close to her, but the other characters are," said editor Donna Coonan. "And just like Mary Poppins, each character pops up just when they are needed" (See Alison Flood, "Mary Poppins's real-life model appears in unseen PL Travers story" in The Guardian, 23 June 2014). Wrappers chipped at edges and lightly soiled; text with pale dampstain along gutter and lower margins.

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        PETER PAN

      MILANO: BOMPIANI, 1943. IIIED. RILEGATO. BUONO. 12 21. GRANDI RITORNI USATO

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        Sprachführer für deutsche Soldaten in ostvölkischen Einheiten. (Zusammengestellt vom Kommando der Ostlegionen). Vom 1943. Merkblatt 74/3 (Anhang 2 zur H.Dv. 1a, Seite 74 lfd. Nr. 3).

      No imprint. (Berlin, Oberkommando des Heeres, 1943).. Oblong small octavo. Pp. 158. Both in German and Russian. Stitched as issued in the original printed stiff wrappers, bit spotted, name on cover. Back wrap, the recto of which comprising of last page of text, is lacking, else a very good copy with exceptionally clean interior. ~ First edition. Extremely rare, one of the rarest Wehrmacht wartime manuals. A pocket guide and a dictionary in a nutshell to the use of German forces in the Easter Front. In 1943, the German combat force in the Soviet union amounted to almost 4 million soldiers. Though just a fraction of them was in need of communication with the local population and army, some means of communication was essential for others. The booklet first brings the Russian alphabet with equivalents and pronunciation in German. A list of the most important words of everyday communication follows. There is a list of words which are easily understood by the Russian; various short commands; etc. General military vocabulary, divided by military discipline, both in German and in Russian with transliterations into German, comprises most of the book. [WorlCat OCLC 64831099 locates only 2 copies worldwide, both in the Netherlands (NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies; and Dutch Defense Academy). Not a single institutional copy is located in Germany].

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        The Moving Finger.

      London Collins for The Crime Club 1943 - First U. K. edition, 8vo., publisher's cloth, spine ends faded, pictorial dust-jacket, spine a little dulled, professional restoration to spine ends, slight rubbing to extremities, otherwise a bright, very good copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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