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      NY:Random, 1943. - F/F. 1st edition, 1st printing Book has jacket offset on end pages. Jacket has nick at top of front panel. We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE. See KHBOOKS for details. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ken Hebenstreit, Bookseller]
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        Supporting "Hebrew" Soldiers' Refusal to Wear British Army Palestinian Insignia during WWII

      Palestine 1943 - Broadside. Palestine, 1943. By "National People." 1 p. 9 1/4 x 13 5/8 in., in Hebrew. The "struggle for the flag and symbol" in the British army. Partial Translation"These volunteer soldiers.refused to wear this insignia which was given to tens of thousands of Hebrew soldiers as well as a tiny group of Arabs, already deserted.They wish to fight Germany as proud Hebrews rather than anonymous Palestinians."".an important message was delivered. The Youth of Israel will have to continue the struggle to banish its.anonymity.Recognize Hebrew Army!."Historical BackgroundAs part of the British Army, several Jewish battalions were issued "Palestine" cloth insignia for their uniforms. In 1943, some 69 Beitar and Irgun members of the regiment refused to wear the non-Zionist emblem and were court-martialed and sentenced to two months hard labor. The Jewish Brigade Group distinguished itself for its actions in Europe and North Africa during the war.

      [Bookseller: Seth Kaller Inc.]
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      New York: Random House, (1943). First Edition. Hardcover. Minor wear to the spine head; otherwise, the book is fine and bright without any of the gutter darkening typical to this title. The spine of the dustwrapper has minor wear to the heel with chipping to the head just extending to "The" on the spine and to the edges of both panels. The rear panel is soiled, as usual, and the front panel is very attractive. The dustwrapper retains the original printed price. All in all, a nice example. Near Fine in a Very Good dustwrapper without any restoration whatsoever. Author's superb first book, a collection of short stories. This copy is SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper and is fairly scarce as such.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Albania Basic Handbook

      London: Ministry of Economic Warfare,, 1943. Foolscap quarto. Original green and buff cord-tied binder. 4 folding maps, 2 of them coloured, 2 folding tables printed in red and black. A touch rubbed, else very good. First editions, comprising of four sections, all designated secret: part I Pre-Invasion, August 1943 (pp. 92): part II Post-Invasion, August 1943 (pp. 73); Map Section, August 1943 (2 general maps, together with roads and railways map, and administrative map); and Supplement No. 1, November 1943, containing lists of Albanian and Italian "personalities," a local directory, and a section of food and agriculture. This detailed report on Albania was produced by the Ministry of Economic Warfare at the time that the Special Operations Executive (SOE) had just infiltrated their liaison party - including Julian Amery, Anthony Quayle, David Smiley, and Neil "Billy" McLean - into the country. Roundell Palmer, Lord Selbourne, who succeeded Hugh Dalton as Minister for Economic Warfare in 1942, estimated that economic warfare took up "about a fifth of his time"; it was essentially a cover for the management of the activities of SOE. Suggestions for amendments were to be sent to the splendidly anonymous Box 99, Western Central District Office, New Oxford Street, WC1. Uncommon: COPAC finds four (BL, Oxford, LSE and IWM) to which OCLC adds NYPL and University of Wisconsin.

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        Space Trilogy:Out of the Silent Planet, Perelandra, and That Hideous Strength

      Macmillan, New York 1943 - First Editions/First Printings A scarce first edition set Lewis's perennial classic, The Space Trilogy including: Out of the Silent Planet, Perelandra, and That Hideous Strength that are in very good condition. All are first printings with their original jackets. Perelandra and That Hideous Strength are marked first printing. At the time of publication of Out of the Silent Planet, the publication date was only put on the title page; this caused confusion and was soon after changed.The books have no names or marking and are clean throughout. Bindings are tight and books square with only the slightest wear to spine ends. The jackets are very good with original prices present. There is minimal edge wear with no loss of text. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Santa Cruz Books]
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        Out of the Silent Planet (First Edition)

      New York: Macmillan, 1943. First Edition. First Edition. In the first issue binding with blue cloth, yellow titles, and a single dot below the publisher's device on the spine, and a first issue jacket, with a price of $2.00 on the front flap. Very Good plus in a Very Good dust jacket. Jacket has some light chipping at the spine ends and corners, with a few tiny closed tears and a small bruise at the center of the front flap fold. The first book in the author's Cosmic Trilogy (sometimes called the Space Trilogy), followed by "Perelandra" and "That Hideous Strength." A very presentable copy of an extremely uncommon title to find in jacket.

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        A Tree Grows In Brooklyn

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1943.. First edition of the author's classic first novel. Octavo, original green cloth. Inscribed by the author, "To May Preston with regards Betty Smith". A near fine copy in a good first issue dust jacket that shows some shows some wear and a chip to the front panel. Housed in a custom quarter morocco clamshell box. A pleasing copy of this book, rare signed and inscribed.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Ministry of Fear, The

      New York: Viking Press, 1943. First Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine+. First American Edition. 8vo: [8],3-239,[1]pp. Publisher's finely woven black cloth lettered in white and sky-blue, the top edge stained grey; in a pictorial dust jacket priced $2.50. A Fine copy, square, tight and probably unread; in a better than Near Fine jacket, the spine lightly toned and rubbed, a short closed tear to the top of the front panel and minor dust-soiling to the back panel. A rather exceptional example. Subtitled “an entertainment”—Greene 's way of distinguishing his novels that turn on duplicitous sexual relationships, unethical financial dealings and political violence from his more "serious" novels of faith. The Ministry of Fear, the only novel Greene wrote during the War, centers on Arthur Rowe's attempt to regain an ordinary life amid a German bombing campaign over England. After the mercy-killing of his wife, Rowe is thrust into a world of espionage, double dealings and mistaken identities. "Greene’s characteristic emphasis on the redemption of a psychologically broken man . . . echoes Joseph Conrad’s characterization of Verloc in The Secret Agent, as well as Conrad’s penchant for creating a dualistic world in which definitive answers are rarely, if ever, found." (Literary Encyclopedia) Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        Small rain

      Viking 1943 - First Edition, First Printing with "First Published November 1943" printed on the copyright page with NO indication of later printings. A very good dustjacket that has a close tear to the back panel and back flap of the dustjacket. This original First Issue dustjacket has the $2.00 price present on the front flap with minor wear to the edges. The book is in nice condition. The binding is tight, with some wear to the edges. The pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a collectable copy seldom seen with the ORIGINAL dustjacket. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        Black and Gold. Portrait of a Woman Reading

      Melbourne,, 1943.. Oil on canvas, 390 x 332 mm., signed, in original frame. A very attractive painting by one of Australia's more mysterious painters. Although one of her close friends was Streeton, and she studied with the many gifted Heidelberg school artists, Muntz Adams "disdained the blue and gold of Heidelberg, and its copyists [and this] could partly account for her obscurity, despite her 'firm, free modelling and broad effect' being consistently acclaimed since 1896" (Juliet Peers, Heritage: The National Women's Art Book).This atmospheric and charming work shows the artist's expressive freedom of brushstroke, with large slabs of colour in her usual sombre colour tones.Muntz Adams studied under Folingsby at the National Gallery School, Melbourne then in Paris and England. In 1898 she was awarded a gold medal at the Greater Britain Exhibition in London.. Unusually for a woman artist, she earned several thousand pounds a year, and charged up to 150 pounds for a portrait. She exhibited with the Victorian Artists Society between 1896 and 1915.Black and Gold was exhibited in the Exhibition of Paintings at the Athenaeum Gallery, Melbourne, 1943, no.75.

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        Strait of Dover - R.A.F. (War) World War II Map:

      England: R.A.F. 40.5" x 27" reinforced aeronautical paper map. 1:500,000. Fourth Edition, Sheet 8. G.S.G.S. 4369. Ordnance Survey of Great Britain. Extends from London east to Bastogne, and from Rotterdam south to le Havre. Hand-written annotations at Dieppe and Calais indicate "Gun Positions". Moderate wear. . Good. 1943.

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        An Autobiography

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

      [Bookseller: Page One, Too; Antiquarian Books]
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      New York:: Duell, Sloan, & Pearce,, 1943. Very Good+. SIGNED, INSCRIBED TO A MEMBER OF THE TALIESEN FELLOWSHIP IN THE 1940'S AND DATED BY FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT. A Very Good+ Second Printing with Frank Lloyd Wright postage stamps tipped-in ffep, copyright page, mild cover edge wear, sun spine. 8vo. 561 pp.

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        The Joy of Cooking

      Indianopolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1943.. First edition of the 1943 edition of this classic cookbook that since publication has sold over 15 million copies.Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed by the author, "Cordially yours, Irma S. Rambauer". In very good condition.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        Christian Behaviour

      London: Geoffrey Bles. Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket. 1943. First Edition. Hardcover. Orange cloth very good condition with slight yellowing of pages. Mylar protected dust jacket has some rubbing on spine and one tiny chip at top right edge. Dust jacket is bright and clean and not price clipped. Beautiful copy in custom made green box with jacket reproduction on front and marble edges. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 64 pages; Signed by author .

      [Bookseller: Bookquest]
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      1943. 1. SAINT-EXUPERY,ANTOINE DE. THE LITTLE PRINCE. NY: Reynal & Hitchcock (1943). 8vo (7 3/8 x 9"), cloth, [93]p., FINE IN DUST WRAPPER with limitation number inked on spine that matches limitation number of book (dw price clipped and spotted, frayed at spine ends). 1st edition, published in America first due to Nazi occupation of France. LIMITED TO ONLY 525 COPIES SIGNED BY SAINT-EXUPERY! Illustrated in color by the author. The Little Prince was Saint-Exupery's last book published before he disappeared in a flight over the Mediterranean. The limited edition of this beloved classic is rare and this is a nice copy.

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        Simplicissimus. (Begründet von Albert Langen und Th. Th. Heine.) 48. Jahrgang

      München, Knorr und Hirth, 6. Januar - 29. Dezember 1943.. 51 (von 52; es fehlt Nr. 19) Heften. Mit sehr zahlr. Illustrationen. 676 S. Orig.-Umschläge. Folio. Der vorletzte Jahrgang der traditionsreichen Zeitschrift. - Sehr seltene Ausgabe des bekannten Satiremagazins; in großer Auflage seit 1896 herausgekommen sind die Hefte der letzten Jahrgänge fast unauffindbar geworden. Das einst aufmüpfige und gesellschaftskritische Magazin verlor im Dritten Reich die meisten bedeutenden Autoren und Illustratoren aus rassischen oder politischen Gründen. - Es fehlt das Heft 19; ein Heft mit Bildausschnitt. Rücken etwas berieben.

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        Beyond the Wall of Sleep with Signed August Derleth Letters to Clark Ashton Smith

      Sauk City, Wisconsin: Arkham House, 1943. First Printing of the the First Edition. One of 1,217 copies printed, Publisher's black cloth with gilt spine titles, octavo, 458 pages. The fourth book issued by Arkham House. The companion novel to The Outsider and Others. Beyond the Wall of Sleep is one of the most difficult Arkham House books to acquire in fine condition. Accompanied by three letters from August Derleth to Clark Ashton Smith, discussing dust jacket art. Also includes a pre-publication announcement card and a subsequent information card, as well as a letter from Derleth verifying an order for copies of Beyond the Wall of Sleep. From the Robert and Diane Yaspan Collection. Light rubbing at head and tail of spine and at corners of boards, textblock is faintly age toned, but clean, unmarked, and tight in binding. Scarce dust jacket is slightly rubbed at spine head and tail and at corner tips. Overall near fine to fine condition.. Signed. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.

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        A Four Years' Plan for Britain

      London: The Times Publishing Company, Limited,, 1943. The Prime Minister's Broadcast Speech. Reprinted from The Times Monday March 22 1943. Octavo. 8-pages, wire-stitched in self-wraps. Housed in a black quarter morocco slipcase with chemise. Old. light crease from where once folded, light toning, but a very good copy. First separate publication, decidedly uncommon, COPAC lists just Oxford, Warwick, Leeds, and NLS, and OCLC has just the last and University of Toronto. "The Prime Minister's broadcast speech of 21 March, in which he attempted to envisage the schedule of the ending of the war, first against Hitler and thence against the Japanese, and thereafter the establishment of the post-war policy for Britain" (Cohen). Echoing the Soviet Five Year Plans and the Nazi government's Four Year Plan, Churchill attempts to catch the leftward drift of war-time public opinion in a speech which envisages the imposition of national insurance, the establishment of the National Health Service, the broadening of educational provision, and the rationalization of taxation.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      Coca Cola Bottling Company. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 1943. First Edition. Poster. Posters; our america posters; lithograph Color Illustrations; 31.75x22"; Spectacular original COCA COLA 1943 OUR AMERICA Series Litho Posters of LUMBER. 4 posters, 16 x 11" print and 'Our America, Lumber' pamphlet by Frederick Houk Law, Coca Cola- six pieces in all. Posters, having been protected in their original wrapper, and book are near fine with slight aging. Clean and unmarked with Coca-Cola logo on reverse. .

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      New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, (1943). First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine in an otherwise Near Fine, price-clipped dustwrapper. Antoine de St. Exupery. First issue in salmon cloth with paragraph containing printing information and dustwrapper with Fourth Avenue address. The American edition appeared before the French or English editions. Owner inscription from April 1943 on the front pastedown. A bright, clean copy of this modern classic, the only real defect being a quarter-sized chip at the top outside corner of the rear panel of the lightly soiled dustwrapper affecting the first letter in "Antoine.

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent]
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        Where the Two Came to their Father: A Navaho War Ceremonial

      NY: Pantheon Books, (1943). Portfolio of eighteen large pochoir plates, together with a descriptive booklet containing text by Jeff King and commentary by noted mythologist Joseph Campbell. (18)ff; 84, (4)pp. First Bollingen edition; first issue booklet. The plates are reproductions of sand paintings by Navajo Shaman Jeff King, as recorded by the artist and ethnologist Maud Oakes. The original paintings were made in 1943 as part of a two-day ceremony to prepare young Navajo men who had been drafted into the army. The plates are printed in earth tones, reflecting the original materials used to create the paintings: cornmeal, ground flowers, pollens, and charcoal, typically on a background of buckskin or earth. King’s text explains the symbolism of each element of the images, and the painting’s ritual significance. According to King, Plate XIV: Earth and Sky, which shows sacred mountains beneath deities of sun, moon, and stars, is intended to give warriors “the strength and protection of their Earth Mother and Sky Father.” This is the first book in The Bollingen Series, which was established by philanthropists Paul Mellon and Mary Conover Mellon in 1943. The plates are housed in a buckram portfolio, and the booklet is bound in gray wrappers. Slight soiling and wear to spine of booklet; plates and portfolio fine and bright.

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        The Little Prince

      New York: Reynal and Hitchcock. 1943. First printing. Hardcover. Near Fine. First printing, 1943, first state: salmon cloth, 5-line colophon, publisher's 386 Fourth Ave. address at the bottom of the dj front flap, etc. Near fine in very good dust jacket; book is near fine, slight bump to lower outer corner of front board, very light soil to text block, minor soil to verso of flyleaf, short crease to upper outer corner of half title and title pages, minor faint occasional smudge to text but nothing that would qualify as a notable blemish. The dust jacket is very good, complete, with original $2.00 price, light general age toning and minor soil, very shallow small chip to rear jacket panel at top right (near spine), lightest rubbing to tips and spine ends, front jacket panel has vertical strip of darkening to right edge (near flap) and tiny match-head- sized chip to upper inner corner (near spine), some darkening along both front and back flap folds. Altogether a very nice copy of the first state of this book in an original first state jacket.

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB]
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      New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1943. First edition. Near Fine/Very Good -. First printing in salmon boards and with the five line colophon. Book Near Fine with top-edge and fore-edge of page block foxed, otherwise a clean attractive copy. In a Very Good- first issue dust jacket, with the publisher's Fourth Ave. address, but price clipped. The jacket is foxed on the front panel and has several short tears, the worst at the spine crease and a small chip mid-spine. The true first printing, preceding the first French edition. "The Little Prince" is the best-selling French language book of all time, beloved around the world. Unlike so many children';s books with one simple message, "The Little Prince" offers several profound insights for readers of any age. Near Fine in Very Good -. dust jacket.

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        Profile for Victory"

      London: Waterlow & Sons Limited, , 1943. Sheet size 66.5 x 51 cm. Framed size 72 x 57 cm. Offset lithograph after an oil painting by Cooper showing Churchill half length sitting in a leather chair and holding his trademark cigar. Beneath the image in italics reads 'The Right Honourable Winston Spencer-Churchill, C.H., M.P., Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury and Minister of Defence.' Very light stain to the extreme lower edge and light rippling to lower left. Presented in the original 1940s oak frame. Signed and dated in ink below the image by Winston Churchill and A. Egerton Cooper. The original "Profile for Victory" portrait of Churchill hangs in the The Carlton Club, London. According to Cooper's son, the "Profile" was acquired through the generosity of Sir Edward Mortimer Mountain (1872-1950), chairman of Eagle Star Insurance Company, who then donated the portrait in 1948.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1943. First American edition. Fine/Fine. 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.

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      Dublin: Cuala Press, 1943 - Octavo. Original cream stiff wrappers, titles to upper wrapper in black. With the original glassine jacket. A superb copy in the lightly spotted glassine jacket with the corresponding limitation number, 49, in ink on the upper panel, and a few small chips and splits. First Cuala press edition, one of only 50 numbered copies based on the text as it was published in 1889 in The Wanderings of Oisin, incorporating the corrections that were made by the author in his own copy. Mosada was Yeats's first published work, originally appearing in 1886 as an offprint from the the Dublin University Review. That edition, of around 100 copies, is now "exceedingly rare" (Wade p. 18), with only five copies having appeared at auction since 2000. The Cuala Press edition was only the second separate printing and is itself rare, with only four copies appearing at auction since 1983. A beautiful copy, from the library of Lilly Yeats, sister of the author. Wade 206

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        Four Quartets

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company,, 1943. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket. Contents a trifle browned, cloth lightly marked, spine rubbed at the tips and a little dull. Very good in the tanned dust jacket with a few minor scuffs and nicks. First collected edition, first printing with the slug "first American edition" to the verso of the title page. In the first issue dust jacket with nine titles on the lower panel and $2.00 price to the front flap. This printing was recalled by the publishers after only 788 copies had been distributed on the grounds that the printing was below acceptable standards.

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        L'etre et le neant

      Paris: Librarie Gallimard,, 1943. Essai d'ontologie phenomonologique. Octavo. Generously bound in red quarter morocco by Baillot, with the original wrappers bound in, titles gilt to spine, raised bands, marbled paper to sides, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, others untrimmed. Housed in a matching slipcase. A beautiful copy in superb condition. The definitive sixth edition, presentation copy inscribed by Sartre, "A Madame de Boule [?], hommage respecteux de l'auteur, J-P Sartre", and additionally annotated with the signed comment, "Je considère cette édition comme définitive". Sartre has also continued the final words of the text, "Nous y consacrerons un prochain ouvrage", in manuscript thus ", qui s'intitulera Traité de Morale. J-P Sartre". The promised work was never completed. Annotations of his own books by Sartre are extremely rare.

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        The Lady in the Lake

      NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1943. hardcover. G/G 1st edition, 1st printing. Book has missing 1/8 inch at spine ends, board edges rubbed through cloth, mottled green board, blue residure on pastedowns and erasures on half-title page. Jacket has 1/2 inch trimmed from bottom edges, chipping at top of spine, abrasion on flap versos (were glued to pastedowns) and remnants of old style dj cover on edges. We offer a LIFETIME GUARANTEE. See KHBOOKS for details.

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        Four Jills in a Jeep (Original screenplay, copy belonging to soundtrack composer Jimmy McHugh)

      Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1943. Revised Final script for the 1944 film musical, "Four Jills in a Jeep," directed by William A. Seiter, written for the screen by Robert Ellis, Helen Logan, Fred Niblo, Jr., Frome Sand, and Snag Werris (among these only Logan and Ellis--the latter uncredited in the final film--are credited here), and starring Kay Francis, Martha Raye, Carole Landis, and Mitzi Mayfair. & & This composer Jimmy McHugh's copy, with his name and phone number (BING 218) in holograph pencil at the top right corner of the front wrapper. McHugh was an insanely prolific songwriter, composer of the original Universal Pictures fanfare, as well as many songs that have become standards, including "On the Sunny Side of the Street," "I'm in the Mood for Love," "Coming in On a Wing and Prayer," "Lovely to Look At" and dozens of others. McHugh contributed songs to 19 films in 1944 alone, and for this film wrote "How Blue the Night," "Ohio," "You Send Me," "How Many Times Do I Have To Tell You?" and "Crazy Me." Based on actual events during World War II, this musical tells the story of a four-girl USO team entertaining American troops overseas, with Francis, Raye, Landis and Mayfair playing "themselves," with many guest appearances by other musical stalwarts, including Betty Grable, Carmen Miranda, Phil Silvers, George Jessel, Jimmy Dorsey and his orchestra, and in his screen debut as a singing GI, Dick Haymes. & & Red-orange studio wrappers, title and date of October 13, 1943 stamped onto a title label rather than directly onto the wrapper (as done with many Fox scripts during wartime), rubber-stamped project No. 908 and copy No. 26. Distribution page present, with receipt removed. Title page present, with credits for screenwriters Ellis and Logan. 109 leaves, mimeograph. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good with yapping at the edges and a few ring stains, internally bound with two gold brads.

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      Random House (1943), New York - Author's superb first book, a collection of short stories. This copy is SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper and is fairly scarce as such. Minor wear to the spine head; otherwise, the book is fine and bright without any of the gutter darkening typical to this title. The spine of the dustwrapper has minor wear to the heel with chipping to the head just extending to "The" on the spine and to the edges of both panels. The rear panel is soiled, as usual, and the front panel is very attractive. The dustwrapper retains the original printed price. All in all, a nice example. Near Fine in a Very Good dustwrapper without any restoration whatsoever [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        War Eagle Field Class Forty - Four - H

      3043rd AAF Base Unit Contract Pilot School, Basic Polaris Flight Academy 1943 - Red/black flying eagle front board, pictorial endpages desert sky. Dedication page photograph; Lt. Herbert G. Bench. Many b/w photographs of life on base, Commanders, Officers, Staff, Squadrons One - Six, Lancaster, cartoons, Link Trainer, ect. Signed by all Members of Squadron One; Ed Adams, R. N. Allmon, W. J. Anthes, M. C. Adams, E. J. Anderson, C. L. Ashurst, et al. and some others, full page photographs of base life. 64 pgs. Very Rare OCLC lists 0 copies. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Portrait of Langston Hughes as busboy at the Stage Door Canteen, with 3 friends

      New York, april 8, 1943 - The Stage Door Canteen was a New York nightclub run by the USO (American Theater Wing) for the benefit of servicemen on leave, and many stars and celebrities volunteered to perform menial tasks as well as to entertain the troops, in an atmosphere which was racially mixed and festive. Both Langston Hughes and Carl Van Vechten frequently volunteered their services as busboys there. "And he enjoyed working as a waiter at the Stage Door Canteen on West 44th Streetr, where famous artists vied with one another for the right to serve members of the armed forces in a setting that found Harold Jackman of Harlem supervising Alfred Lunt of Broadway, the sixty- two year old Van Vechten toiling as head busboy, and Fania Marinoff and Tpoy Harper on display as hostesses." Rampersad. The Life of Langstobn Hughes p. 47 (HUGHES, LANGSTON) 9 x 5-1/4 inches. Gelatin silver print. Fine. Atelier stamped on verso: "Photograph by Carl Van Vechten | 146 Central Park West | Cannot be reproduced without permission", and docketed by Van Vechten in ink, documenting the subjects of the photograph ("Stage Door Canteen. Busboy Langston Hughes, hostess Terry Keane, U.S. Seaman Andy Mann, Canadian Seaman J. H. Keller"), the date ("April 8, 1943"); and identification number" XII I.y.6"

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Dictionary of American Biography Published under the Auspices of American Council of Learned Societies

      New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1943. Fine. Quarto.

      [Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books]
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        Glenn Miller's Method for Orchestral Arranging

      Mutual Music Society, New York 1943 - First edition. Red cloth gilt. Two stapled Glenn Miller musical scores ("I'm Thrilled" and "Song of the Volga Boatmen") laid in as issued. Spine cocked (because of the scores), and dampstaining along the bottom edge, a good copy. The scores are usually lacking. Very uncommon. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        The Novels

      Oxford: The Clarendon Press,, 1943. The texts based on collation of the early editions by R. W. Chapman. With notes indexes and illustrations from contemporary sources. In five volumes. 5 volumes, octavo (179 × 120 mm). Twentieth-century green morocco, titles to spines, twin rule to turn-ins, cream endpapers, gilt edges. With black and white illustrations. Frontispieces a little creased, partial toning to endpapers, the occasional minor blemish, boards slightly bowed, spines faded to olive, an excellent set. Third edition of the collected novels. An attractive set of Austen's novels.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        CALDER. Signed

      New York: MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, 1943 A rare publication as the MOMA intended print run was curtailed due to war time restrictions of paper. A fine example in dustwrapper which has been gingerly restored. Warmly inscribed by Calder on the title page in blue fountain pen & dated 3 Feb 1952. Very Uncommon.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition. Illus. by Alexander Calder.

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Den afrikanske Farm.

      9. oplag. Kbhvn. 1943. 383 s. Indbundet med originalt foromslag i privat halvlæder sign. Carl Lund.. Signeret på smudstitelblad "Karen Blixen Finecke" samt med hilsen "Til Lilly fra Clara [Svendsen] med hjertelig Lykønskning 7/4 1945". Cand.mag Clara [Selborn] Svendsen var sekretær for Karen Blixen 1945 - 1962 og regnes for den, der har kendt mest til forfatterindes liv og arbejde de sidste 20 år af hendes liv

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat]
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      Libreria del teatro 1943 Dimensioni 2,2cm x 1,8cm x0,9cm

      [Bookseller: Libreria Giorni]
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        Destination Tokyo

      D. Appleton Century New York: D. Appleton-Century. 1943. First. First edition. Owner name, and a touch of soiling to the boards, a near fine copy in a not quite very good dustwrapper with sunning at the spine, slight loss and a small stain at the crown, and some other small chips and tears. Second WWII novel by the hardboiled author of I Wake Up Screaming. A wartime book that apparently got little distribution. Basis for the excellent 1944 Delmer Daves-directed film featuring Cary Grant, John Garfield, and Alan Hale. Considered one of the best, and most action-filled WWII films, it remains a classic war drama to this day. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        THOMAS WOLFE'S LETTERS TO HIS MOTHER. Edited by John Skally Terry. Signed

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons,, 1943 Wolfe, Thomas. THOMAS WOLFE'S LETTERS TO HIS MOTHER. Edited by John Skally Terry. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1943. First Edition. 8vo., 368pp. Printed manuscript endpapers. Inscribed to family friends on the second free endpaper. "Nov. 11, 1943: / Presented to / John & Essie Simmons / with all best wishes and / hopes that you enjoy Tom's / Letters. / Sincerely / Fred Wolfe". / Additionally inscribed: "And in memory of Tom, - / Allow me to add my appreciation / for your friendship / to my son Fred / Most Sincerely / Julia G. Wolfe / Mother of Tom / My age 83 yrs. Feb 16, 1943 / Asheville N.C.". An essentially fine copy in a very good or better dustwrapper that has been treated to a bit of professional archival restoration at the extremities. - A very nice copy. / Fred Wolfe Correspondence 1945 through 1955 with John and Essie Simmons are on deposit in The Thomas Wolfe Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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      London: Lloyd Cole London: Lloyd Cole,. [1943]. original red cloth, spine panel stamped in black.. Printed on wartime wood pulp paper stock that is a trifle age-. darkened (here less than usual), else a fine, bright copy in very. good pictorial dust jacket with wear at edges, shallow chipping at. head of spine panel and corner tips, and light dust soiling to rear. panel. A wonderful association copy. (#75866). First British edition. Presentation copy with unsigned inscription by Shiel to August Derleth "from the author" dated 30 August 1944. Preceded by the 1933 Vanguard Press edition published as THIS ABOVE ALL. Fantasy adventure novel of a modern chapter in the lives of Rachel and Lazarus who have lived for two thousand years. Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 3-320. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1471. Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, p. 197. Bleiler (1978), p. 178. Reginald 13033A. Morse, The Works of M. P. Shiel Updated (1980), p. 216.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc. ]
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        The Moon is Down

      20th Century Fox Pictures, 1943. Very good. Spectacular and rare movie promotional pamphlet measuring 13 3/4 x 20 3/4 inches with nine leaves printed in black and red on both sides. Very dramatic cover page with silhouet of a soldier being stabbed in the throat. Includes all of the production information along with photographs of the author, director, producer and nine of the cast members. Followed by information regarding the publication of the novel, it's book-of-the-month-club promotion, its serialization and appearance in Reader's Digest and five pages of reprinted articles from newspapers all over the United States. The last three sides show numerous other photographs of lobby cards, window cards, one-sheets, displays, ect for the movie. This brocure was folded in half when it was mailed and there are tears at the folds.Some closed tears to edges. Images available on request. Accompanied by a letter from Ben Abramson of The Argus Book Shop to the customer that he secured this rare and spectacular piece for.&

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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        Paragraphs On Printing Elicited From Bruce Rogers In Talks With James Hendrickson On The Functions Of The Book Designer With Occasional Notes And Illustrations.

      , New York, William E. Rudge's Sons, 1943.. . One of 199 copies on large paper, signed by Bruce Rogers. Cloth spine and decorated paper boards lettered in gilt, t.e.g., ix, 187 pp., frontispiece portrait, 98 numbered plates, a cover-paper design and four decorations in color from Shakespeare's Poems, published by the Limited Editions club, and one of Roger's printer's marks engraved and printed by Allen Lewis tipped in. Publisher's slip tipped to the front endpaper. Fine. Hardcover

      [Bookseller: James & Mary Laurie Booksellers (A.B.A.A]
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