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        The green years

      Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1945. Second edition. Maroon and black publisher's cloth, gilt lettering and ornaments to top cover and spine, in original green and maroon dust-jacket. Dust-jacket a bit tattered, with some chipping and a few small tears. Presentation inscription to front paste-down, inscriptions to front and rear fly-leaves. Second edition, published the prior year simultaneously in Boston and Toronto. This novel "relates the development into manhood of a sensitive, trusting boy beset from every side with crushing difficulties." It was made into a motion picture in 1946 and starred Charles Coburn, Tom Drake, Hume Cronyn, Dean Stockwell, Jessica Tandy, Richard Haydn, Wallace Ford, and Selena Royle, all of whom signed the front fly-leaf (amongst many other actors from the film). The signatures of the crew members, including the cameraman, wardrobe, scriptwriter, sound-man, make-up artists and more adorn the rear fly-leaf.

      [Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscript]
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        Of Planes and Men. A Memory Book of Hangar AD-4

      Hangar AD-4. USAAF Burtonwood Air Depot. Burtonwood. Printed by C. Nicholls & Co. Ltd. Manchester 1945 - Privately published. Eighty pages, numerous illustrations. Published as a keepsake by the personnel of Hangar AD-4 at the vast USAAF facility at RAF Burtonwood. Approximately 250 individuals listed, this copy with 100 signatures, mostly from "A" Shift. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: David Cornell]
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        Jours de gloire. Histoire de la libération de Paris

      first edition printed with 1050 copies numbered on Lana and sold for the benefit of the works of the French Red Cross for the prisoners of war. Text by Paul Eluard, Colette, Paul Valery, André Billy, Charles Vildrac, Paul Aveline, Alexandre Arnous, Jean-Jacques Bernard, Harold Callender. Preface by General Koenig. A work illustrated with an engraving with a chisel and two drawings by Pablo Picasso, a frontispiece by Jean-Gabriel Daragnès, four etchings in hors-texte and 17 drawings by André Dignimont, four eaux- strong and twenty-five in-text drawings by Louis Touchagues. Pleasant copy. D. Lambusier Paris s.d. (1945) 22,5x28,5cm en feuilles

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        The Glass Menagerie

      - New York: Random House, (1945). FIRST PRINTING. 12mo. 124 pp. Red cloth stamped in black and in gilt; dust-jacket with a few small closed tears; contemporary owner's signature on front free endpaper. An almost near-fine copy of Williams' first major play. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Darren Winston, Bookseller, IOBA, SNEAB]
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        Music Hall.

      Paris: Au Dépens de l'Artiste, 1945. First edition. Wrappers. Board chemise and slipcase. . Near Fine. Quite scarce, with only five copies listed on OCLC First Search, and only one of these in the U.S. (at Illinois State). No. 49 on rives blanc from a total limitation of 106. 4to. 31.5 by 25.5 cm. Suite of 12 color etchings of a risqué Parisian nightclub, with dancers such as the Folies Bergere or Tabarin -- dance lines, skimpy attire, high kicking, a balloon dancer, a jaded chanteuse, an exotic "Latin" ballroom dancer, a black dancer, black jazz musicians, an "American" performer, etc. The pictures are titled in the table of plates, and each is signed in pencil by Ronsin. The very colorful plates capture the ebullient esprit of the nightclub, its fun, and perhaps just a touch of its sleaze and pathos. The plates are in fine condition. Only the slipcase shows wear.

      [Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books and Antiques]
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        1945 to 1948 Wisden Hardbacks - Set of 4

      This lot is a Set of 4 Hardback Wisdens - 1945 1946 1947 and 1948. In Very Good Condition, excellent for their age. 1945 is exceptional. 1946 has fading to spine gilts 1947 and 1948 very good for their age, better than average gilts and internally very sound.

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        Build for the Future . Buy U.S. Savings Bonds

      GPO, [Washington?] 1945 - "Official U.S. Treasury Poster" printed at bottom. 47 x 66cm. Faintly visible horizontal and vertical fold. Small, almost invisible, wrinkle at bottom. This color illustrated poster was drawn by William Kautz (1919-1988). It features a red brick wall and some ivy surrounding a brass plaque. The wall-mounted plaque has an bust portrait of Carver at the top below which is the following Carver quote: Without Vision there is no hope. Protect your Country . and Your Future."

      [Bookseller: McBlain Books, ABAA]
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        RISORGIMENTO, rivista mensile fasc. 1-5 (da aprile ad agosto 1945) TUTTO IL PUBBLICATO, Roma, Einaudi Giulio, 1945

      1945. formato cm. 15,5 c 21,5 -brossura . fascicoli sciolti. La rivista viene stampata presso gli stabilimenti tipografici CARLO COLOMBO di Roma. Redattore responsabile CARLO SALINARI. Nell'editoriale del primo numero viene affermato che l'intendimento era quello di esprimere "la cultura di una società aperta e progressiva", basata sulla larga unità di convergenza di uomini che avevano guidato la RESISTENZA E LA LIBERAZIONE, nel tentativo di ottenere una intesa sempre più larga e necessaria e vicendevolmente fruttuosa di scrittori e lettori. Per questo scopo la rivista presenterà collaboratori che, pur appartenendo a partiti ed orientamenti diversi, si erano RITROVATI IN UNA LOTTA POLITICA COMUNE. Su questa linea la rivista espresse assi bene quel clima UNITARIO caratteristico dei primissimi tempi del dopoguerra. Praticamente il "secondo RISORGIMENTO" come dichiara la stessa testata. Ciò viene ampiamente provato dall'eclettismo dei protagonisti degli scritti. NUMERO 1 (aprile '45) pagine 1-97. Scritti di LUIGI STURZO, MARRA, ALDO ROMANO, PAOLO TREVES, UMBERTO MASSOLA, EMILIO LUSSU, VITTORIO SERENI, G.B. MARINI, UMBERTO SABA, ALBERTO MORAVIA, NATALINO SAPEGNO, FEDELE D'AMICO. NUMERO 2 (maggio '45) Disegni di MARIO MAFAI E PURIFICATO pp 98-192. Scritti di MARRA, LUIGI SALVATORELLI, PALMIRO TOGLIATTI, CARLO DIONISOTTI, FRANCESCO LEONE, PIETRO GRIFONE, MASSIMO ALOISI, FRANCESCO JOVINE, ANTONIO RUSSI, FABRIZIO ONOFRI. NUMERO 3 (giugno '45) pp 193-288. Disegni di OMICCIOLI e MONACHESI. Scritti di GUIDO CALOGERO, FABIO CUSIN, ALDO ROMANO, FRANZ CSOKOR, LUIGI KAMBO, ANTONIO MURA, ENRICO GALLUPPI, NATALINO SAPEGNO, FABRIZIO ONOFRI. NUMERO 4 (luglio '45) pp. 289-384. Disegni di OMICCIOLI. Scritti di NELLO ROSSELLI, LUIGI SALVATORLELLI, ORESTE LIZZADRI, MARIO SPINELLA, FABRIZIO ONOFRI, ALFREDO ORECCHIO, FRANCESCO MONTEROSSO, FRANCO CALAMANDREI, NUMERO 5 (agosto '45) pp. 395-480. Disegni di ANTONIO VANGELLI. Scritti di GASTONE MANACORDA, NATALINO SAPEGNO (la Rivoluzione Liberale) PAOLO ALATRI, MASSIMO MILA, CARLO BERNARI, ANTONIO RUSSI, CARLO MUZZI, GAETANO TROMBADORI. L'editore Giulio Einaudi iniziava ad ergersi protagonista della scena culturale e politica del primo dopoguerra. La rara collezione di tutto il pubblicato viene offerta a.

      [Bookseller: Libreria e Rivisteria Ferraguti]
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        ESTADIO SANTIAGO BERNABEU. Huarte y Cia. S.L. Construcciones 11. Proceso de construcción del estadio del Real Madrid.

      s.f, S.l - 16x11'5, 8h (incl. 1 lám. ), 45 láms. fot. del proceso de construcción (varias despl.) Tela edit. - La obra fue adjudicada en mayo de 1945, y finalizó en noviembre de 1947. Arquitectos: Luis Alemany Soler y Manuel Muñoz Monasterio. Ingeniero: Carlos Fernández Casado.

      [Bookseller: Escalinata, librería]
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        El pobrecito hablador

      Montaner y Simón, Barcelona 1945 - 211 pp páginas

      [Bookseller: Libreria de Antano (ILAB & ABA Members)]
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        The Crack-Up. With other Uncollected Pieces, Note-Books and Unpublished Letters. Together with Letters to Fitzgerald from Gertrude Stein, Edith Wharton, T. S. Eliot, Thomas Wolfe and John Dos Passos. And Essays and Poems by Paul Rosenfeld, Glenway Wescott, John Dos Passos, John Peale Bishop and Edmund Wilson. Edited by Edmund Wilson.

      New York: printed for New Directions by Peter Beilenson, Mount Vernon, NY, 1945 - Octavo. Salmon pink cloth-backed boards with a pink title label to spine, pink patterned paper sides, top edge pink. With the dust jacket. Endpapers a little tanned, light spotting to fore edge of text block. An excellent copy in a slightly chipped and dust-soiled jacket with mild toning to spine panel. First edition, first printing, first issue binding, of this posthumous collection of previously unpublished Fitzgerald material. From the library of noted Irish bibliophile Dr Philip Murray, author of Adventures of a Book Collector (2011), though not marked as such. Bruccoli A19.1.a. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Cannery Row

      Cannery Row by John Steinbeck (author of The Grapes of Wrath, Of Mice and Men, and East of Eden) Hardcover First Edition - First Printing - Second State Binding - First State Dust Jacket Viking 1945. $2.00 cover price inside front dust jacket flap. First Printing since there is NO subsequent printing information on the copyright page. Second state canary yellow boards with blue lines and lettering on the front and spine. NOT to be confused with the wartime edition in blue boards. (see edition information below)Fine- in Near Fine unrestored Dust Jacket. A really nice exceptional copy in dust jacket. The book itself is just about fine with very clean pages. Dust jacket is quite clean and bright at the front, and does NOT have any major tears. Typical edge-wear top and bottom spine and rubbing and nicks to the same and at the corners, and some typical soiling to the back of the dust jacket. Overall a very clean and presentable first edition copy of one of the half-dozen major works of Steinbeck.Note on edition/state: The first edition/first printing of this book appeared in two states, both released simultaneously. The first state has been determined to be buff-colored (somewhat tan-like) boards while the second state is canary yellow. Apparently, during production, the printers ran out of the buff/tan materials for the boards, and to meet the publishing deadline, yellow colored materials were brought in and used for the rest of the print-run. Purists collectors will contest the buff-colored boards are the most preferable. However, they really represent at best simply two states of the first printing (not two printings as further printings would be indicated subsequently because the book was popular) since copies of both states were released simultaneously in 1945. At the time, buyers would have had about a 50-50 chance of purchasing either the buff or yellow boards of these copies. Typically, first state copies of the buff-tan variety in near fine or better dust jackets are priced at $2000+, while the yellow boards, as offered here, can be had for a fraction of the price. Everything else, the pages, the dust jacket price, etc, are the same. As a collector, I am more interested in the condition of the dust jacket rather than whether the boards are first or second state. Shortly thereafter, a so-called wartime edition was issued in blue boards. The wartime edition, while a good reading copy, has essentially almost no premium value on the collectors market.NOTE: All modern books with dust jackets come with dust jacket covers.ALSO: The pictures are of the actual item for sale. (The pictures are NOT stock photos.)

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        Sparkling Cyanide. SIGNED BY AGATHA CHRISTIE.

      London.: Collins Crime Club., 1945. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. A very good plus copy that has been signed by AGATHA CHRISTIE in ink directly on the title page. No inscriptions, no loss or tears. 160 slightly age appropriate pages. Shows a date of 1945 on the copyright page. No other dates mentioned. First UK Edition. Outer red boards with black lettering to the spine is clear and uniform. Slight fade at top and bottom of spine corresponding to the chips on the wrapper. The original wrapper is in a very good condition and has a small loss of 1 inch to the base of the spine (now filled in by placing a facsimile of the original to cover this loss). Shows a price of 8s 6d net on the front flap. Creases to the top front cover and a small circular mark on the rear. This edition is becoming more difficult to find and one with the signature of Agatha Christie included is a huge bonus.

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        Returned mail sent to a World War II Marine who was captured on Corregidor and died in a Japanese prison camp

      1945. Very good. Envelope only, no letter. The envelope was addressed to Private First Class Walter Mikucki at the Osaka Yodogawa Bunsho POW Camp in Japan. It has a typed "Prisoner of War Postage Free" free frank in the upper right corner and has received a Chicago "War Savings machine postmark dated Jan 13, 1944. The envelope was opened by a U.S. censor and resealed using censor tape annotated, "Examined by 6587." The address was subsequently obliterated with a red cross and black bands using grease pencil or crayon. It has a circular handstamp in the lower right corner dated Nov 20 1945 with text that appears to read "[LIBER]ATED HQ. USMC., WASH., D.C." Ther is a USMC "pointing finger" return-to-sender hand stamp that point to the return address. Pfc. Mikucki was a member of the 4th Marine Regiment when, as war clouds rumbled in the Pacific, it was sent from China to Corregidor to defend Manila Bay in the Philippines. Shortly after its arrival, Japan launched its sneak attack on Pearl Harbor and allied bases throughout the Pacific. Corregidor was bombed continuously from late December, 1941 until May 5, 1942 when an overwhelming force of Japanese soldiers landed on the island. After tanks were brought ashore the following day, Lt. Gen. Johathan Wainwright realized defeat was imminent and surrendered fearing the thousand or so wounded men and bedraggled defenders would be annihated. Although most of the 4th Marine Regiment had been killed, the remaining men were transported to prison camps in Japan. The Yodogawa Bunsho Camp near Osaka was one of the smallest Japanes prisoner of war camps, and records in the National Archives identify only 12 prisoners that were known to have been held there. Pfc. Mikucki's name is not on that list. Other records show that Mikucki may have been imprisoned at various times at the Itchioke, Chikko, and Umeda Bunsho camps. He died from unknown causes on March 11, 1943. Clearly this information was not provided by the Japanese to the Red Cross as Mikucki's parents sent this letter ten months later. Examples of mail sent to American prisoners held in Japan are very scarce, and this example may be unique for as os 2017, I am unable to find any record of other returned mail for Corregidor Marines who died in Japanese prisoner of war camps in philatelic or ephemera auctions records, for sale in the trade, or held by institutions per OCLC. Also, there is no mention of anything similar in Gruenzner's Postal History of pf American POWs.

      [Bookseller: Read 'Em Again Books, ABAA]
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        Literatur. Kunst. Kultur. Hrsg. v. O. Basil. Jahrg. 1 u. 2 [in 18 OHeften].

      Wien, E. Müller, 1945 - 1948. Pag. OBrosch. Jahrg. 1 u. 2 in 18 OHeften. (Alles Erschienene). - Neben dem Silberboot wohl die wichtigste Literaturzeitschrift nach dem 2. Weltkrieg. - Mit Beiträgen v. I. Aichinger, A. Bronnen, C. Busta, M. Dor, H. Eisenreich, H. Kasack, J. M. Hauer, F. Heer, Th. Kramer, F. Kafka, R. Stangeler (d.i. H. v. Doderer), E. Waldinger, H. Weigel, F. Mayröcker und Paul Celan (Erstdruck v. Sand aus den Urnen) u.v.a. Graph. OHolzschnitte v. E. Jené u. R. Pointner. - Leichte Gbrsp. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Zeitschriften

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek]
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        Verse für Zeitgenossen.

      Schoenhof, Cambridge, Mass. 1945 - 63 S. Orig.-Leinenband. Mit eigenhändiger, persönlicher Widmung der Autorin in englischer Sprache: "To Mr. Daniel G. Ross with kind regards Mascha Kaléko-Vinaver New York City 1947." Mascha Kalékos Lyrik gehört neben der Erich Kästners sicher zu den Höhepunkten Neuer Sachlichkeit. Ihre Bücher wurden von den Nationalsozialisten verbrannt, 1938 ging sie nach New York ins Exil, 1959 übersiedelte sie nach Israel. Während ihrer amerikaischen Jahre verdiente sie ihren Lebensunterhalt als Werbetexterin, in Israel war sie sprachlich weitgehend isoliert, so daß die sommerlichen Reisen nach Europa für sie bedeutender wurden. 1975 starb sie während einer solchen Reise und wurde in Zürich begraben. Die "Verse für Zeitgenossen" sammeln die Gedichte des amerikanischen Exils und sind eine der wenigen deutschsprachigen Lyrikveröffentlichungen, die überhaupt außerhalb Deutschlands erscheinen konnten. Widmungsexemplare Mascha Kalékos aus der Zeit des Exils sind sehr selten. Der Rücken ist gering verblaßt undhat oben einen unscheinbaren, schwachen Wasserrand, insgesamt handelt es sich jedoch um ein gut erhaltenes Exemplar mit nur leichten Gebrauchsspuren. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Rolf Bulang]
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        La Bête est morte ! La guerre mondiale chez les animaux. [Première partie] Quand la Bête est déchaînée. [Seconde partie] Quand la Bête est terrassée.

      G. P., 1944. Premier et second fascicules, in-4, demi-percaline rouge et cartonnage illustré en couleurs de l'éditeur, 48 & 48 pp. Très bon exemplaire du premier : coins lég. émoussés, second plat griffé, bel état intérieur ; second fascicule terni, charnière fendillée en tête avec un accroc au dos et quelques ternissures marginale internes et une signature au titre. Un monument de la bande dessinée. Edition originale de toute rareté pour le premier fascicule (la truffe du loup ayant été retouchée à la suite d'une plainte de Disney pour plagiat) et seconde édition (novembre 1945) du second volume. Rare.

      [Bookseller: Librairie de L' Avenue]
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        PAINTINGS IN OIL

      - . Fourteen reproductions in colour from original oil paintings, and 16 half-tone plates reproduced in black & white; with Essays by Douglas Stewart and Norman Lindsay. Pp. [42], 14 hand-tipped coloured plates with lettered tissue guards, plus 16 black & white plates and 2 text illustrations; roy. 4to; green textured papered boards with gilt Norman Lindsay vignette on upper board, edges lightly rubbed, the spine slightly soiled; a little light foxing; The Shepherd Press, Sydney, n.d.[1945]. Edition limited to 1,000 numbered copies with the artist's facsimile autograph on limitation page and final text page. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kay Craddock - Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        The Sandlotter. An original political cartoon

      April, N.p. 1945 - Approximately 12 x 12 inches image area; with margins 17 x 14-1/2 inches. on off white cardboard. Executed in water colour in browns, red, green, yellow and gray. Signed lower right "J. Parrish." Also inscribed and signed in lower right margin by Parrish. Artwork stamped on back "received Tribune Engraving Room 1945 Apr 4PM 7 25". Caricatured among the "Big World Star Diplomats" are Franklin D. Roosevelt (who would die six days after the cartoon's publication) and others. The cartoon was featured on the front page of the Chicago Daily Tribune Friday, April 6, 1945. The conference opened in San Francisco 25 April, 1945 with 46 nations to which were added the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, the newly liberated Denmark and Argentina, thus delegates of fifty nations in all. The Charter was unanimously approved 25 June, and signed the next day."Copyright 1945 By the Chicago Tribune" printed at foot of illustration in the newspaper. Slight smudging in margins, else fine and bright Signed lower right "J. Parrish." Also inscribed and signed in lower right margin by Parrish. Artwork stamped on back "received Tribune Engraving Room 1945 Apr 4PM 7 25" [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books (ABAA)]
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        La famosa invasione degli orsi in sicilia

      Rizzoli, 1945. Prima edizione , disegni in nero e colori dell'autore , rilegato cartonato , formato 21x29 , pagine 154 , privo di sovracoperta, copertine anteriore e posteriore originali incollate su cartone dello stesso colore , carta lievemente ingiallita, pagine margine inferiore sinistro restaurato, pagina 53 piccolo strappo margine inferiore sinistro,pagina 71 piccola mancanza al margine inferiore sinistro, 24491

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        Abeceda dusevniho prazdna [Alphabet of Spiritual Emptiness, first edition]

      Prague: Nakladatelstvi Zadruha 1945 - OBrosch., OUmschlag, [160] unpaginierte Seiten mit 45 SW-Reproduktionen der Fotos von Zdenek Tmej, 8° (21,5 x 24,5 cm), Umschlag an den Rändern berieben, von innen mit Papier unterklebt, Deckel auch mit Papier von innen unterklebt, Seiten altersgemäß leicht gedunkelt, kleines Stück von der unteren Ecke des fliegenden Blattes abgerissen, innen sonst sauber, insgesamt noch sehr guter Zustand. Book Language/s: cz [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        One and Twenty: Duke Narrative and Verse 1924-1945

      Duke University Press 1945 - Hardcover. Green cloth with gilt lettering. Extremities rubbed. Endpapers and pages darkened. Selected by William Blackburn. Designed and Illustrated by pupils of Clare Leighton. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        SELVAGGIO E' IL FIUME

      Edizioni Perrella, ROMA 1945 - PRISMA ITALIANO Traduzione dall'inglese e prefazione di A.Martorelli, collana diretta dal Salvatore Rosati, pagine brunite da fattore tempo e con lievissima fioritura, alcune libere a causa della lenta legatura, tra queste le pag.71-73 con strappetti ai bordi, brossura editoriale morbida, con titoli marroni, ingiallita, con lieve fioritura, strappetti ai bordi ed al dorso con presenza di nastro adesivo

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        Jours de gloire. Histoire de la libération de Paris.

      [Paris : S.I.P.E.] 1945 - In-4, 275 x 221 : front., 142 pp., (5 ff., deux dern. bl.), couverture rempliée imprimée en rouge — en feuilles, étui. Ouvrage collectif publié au profit des œuvres de la Croix-rouge française pour les prisonniers de guerre. Ont collaboré pour les textes le Général Kœnig, Paul Éluard, Paul Valéry, Colette, André Billy, Alexandre Arnoux, Claude Aveline, J.-J. Bernard, Harold Callender, Pierre-Jean Launay et Charles Vildrac. L'illustration se compose d'un frontispice composé et gravé en mezzotinte par DARAGNÈS, d'une gravure au burin hors texte (portrait de Françoise Gilot) et deux dessins dans le texte de PICASSO, de 4 eaux-fortes originales et 17 dessins dans le texte de DIGNIMONT, et de 4 eaux-fortes et 25 dessins dans le texte de TOUCHAGUES. Tirage à 1070 exemplaires numérotés sur papier de Lana, celui-ci un des 1000 sur papier de Lana (n°50). Décharge d’une gravure page 95. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Le Theatre de La Mode [exhibition catalogue]

      La Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne, Paris & London 1945 - Lavish exhibition catalogue for the first post-war exhibition of Parisian couture which relied on wire mannequins and miniature costumes in an effort to revive the French fashion industry. The French organisers drew upon a stellar roster of contributors which included Jean Cocteau and for this catalogue the photography of Brassai and Doisneau among others. Spiral-bound with a Berard lithograph to the card cover which is rubbed to edges with slight damp marking along the top edge of the front cover and soiling to the lower cover. Internally very good; two staple punctures on the first leaf where a piece of ephemera was formerly attached. The advertisements are printed in colour on high quality coated paper and include contributions from Hermes, Nina Ricci and Schiaparelli followed by a preface by Lelong, title page and contents on buff card. The story of the exhibition profiles the contributors with extensive half-tone photos of exhibits and exhibitors. The exhibition appeared in Paris and London before continuing to New York and San Francisco. This book comes from the collection of June Cashman, longterm costume designer for Yorkshire Television. Please contact Christian White at Modernfirsteditions if you would like more information about this book. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        The Novels of F. Dostoevsky. Translated from the Russian by Constance Garnett. The works include: The Brothers Karamasov, The Idiot, The Possessed, Crime and Punishment, The House of the Dead, The Insulted and Injured, A Raw Youth, The Friend of the Family, The Eternal Husband and other Stories, The Gambler and other Stories, White Nights and other Stories, An Honest Thief and other Stories.

      London: Heinemann and Zsolnay Ltd, 1945-50.. 12 volumes, all being early printings of Garnett's English translation, several of which are the first reissues since original publication in the nineteen-teens. Octavo (12 x 19 x 38 cm). Handsomely bound in recent dark red half morocco with gilt titles and decoration to spines, blue cloth boards, top edges gilt. Internally clean, exterior unmarked. An attractive set, now rather difficult to assemble in this format.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        En bas *

      Fontaine, Paris 15.09.1945. - Broché, couverture illustrée. Bords de pages un brin insolés, nom sur garde. Nouvelle de 89 pages avec une petite carte dessinée à la fin du livre pour pouvoir bien se repérer dans l'histoire. Édition originale. L'un des 25 exemplaires HC sur papier vert outre 25 Arches et 750 vélin.

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        NEW MAP OF SHANGHAI: Ahead of Title: Pocket Edition 1945.

      - [Shanghai 1945, Asia Geographical Institute.] Blue cloth, 10 x 14.5 cm., a color folding map opens to 75 x 53.5 cm., English text, very good, no tears or defects. OBSCURE WORK ! FIRST AND ONLY EDITION A very charming period work, issued July 1, 1945, just before the end of World War II. * The map was designed for foreign visitors to the great port city. The title cartouche is at the top left, with insets of "Native City," "Central District," "Western District Extension," "Shanghai Central of Municipal District," "Reference" key to the symbols, and a scale chart in kilometers and statute miles listed, with the 1:24000 scale noted. Red bold large font writing shows the districts: Nan Tao, Chinese City, The Special District and Poo Tung. The snake-like Whangpoo River winds its way through and divides the city, as it flows to the sea. Then Soochow Creek is also shown miandering through the Central District as it flows into the Whang Poo River. * The reference guide shows the symbols to locate banks, buildings, churches, consulates, fire stations, hospitals, markets, oil stations, bus road, railway, police stations, post offices, road completed, roads under construction, schools, stores, theaters and tram ways each have a unique symbol. * Great detail has been taken in citing important places to foreigners in smaller red characters: Quai de France-Bund , N. Szechuen Tiendong Rds, Haiming N.Honan Rds, Marche de Test, and several others. The race course is located in the center of the city, with various parks, gardens, tombs, fields, cemetaries, rifle range, athletic field, gymnasium, football grounds, et al in green. Along the Whang Poo waterfront are located some of the major shipping lines, customs, shipyards, major trading companies, merchants, steamship docks, Standard Oil, wharfs &c. * The inset of the Central District shows every main and many smaller streets, with the location of various points of interest, theaters, YMCA, Salvation Army, police, taylors, merchants, hotels, banks, cafes, famous buildings, stock exchange, native products, power company, Chinese companies, consulates, Christian bookstore, Robert Dollar Building and a host of others. Bus, tram, railways noted. * The map begina at 25 degrees through 34 East to West, and from 31 to 12 degrees North-South, with a nice compass showing North in the lower right corner. * The condition of the map is remarkably nice, and folds down to fit inside the cloth binding, which is certainly small enough to slip into one's pocket. There is a very mild browning to the paper in general due to age, but is NOT brittle, or otherwise weak. This work was printed on quite thick paper which resisted tearing and is quite solid. * A remarkable work, suitable for framing and display. A lovely and graphic color image of Asia's most international and vibrant economic force in all China.

      [Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB]
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        La famosa invasione degli orsi in sicilia

      Rizzoli, Milano 1945 - Prima edizione , disegni in nero e colori dell'autore , rilegato cartonato , formato 21x29 , pagine 154 , privo di sovracoperta, copertine anteriore e posteriore originali incollate su cartone dello stesso colore , carta lievemente ingiallita, pagine margine inferiore sinistro restaurato, pagina 53 piccolo strappo margine inferiore sinistro,pagina 71 piccola mancanza al margine inferiore sinistro, 24491

      [Bookseller: Antonio Pennasilico]
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        Zoologischer Garten Dresden, um 1910. Privates Album mit 76 montierten und tls. beschrifteten Original-Fotografien (Tieraufnahmen).

       12 Bl. OKart. mit Kordelbindung (Rücken tls. beschädigt)., unbekannter Einband Seltene Bilddokumentation zahlreicher Tiere wie auch der Tierhäuser im Dresdner Zoo vor der Zerstörung 1945. Gewährt vielfältige Einblicke in die Gestaltung der Anlage unter Zoodirektor Gustav Brandes (1910-1934), der die Grundlage für einen modernen Tierpark legte, indem er die bis dahin übliche Tierschau in eine artgerechte Tierhaltung mit naturnaher Umgebung verwandelte. - Abgebildet sind u.a. Giraffen vor dem Giraffenhaus, Flamingos auf der Stelzvogelwiese, der Seelöwen-Felsen mit Seelöwe bzw. Eisbildung, die Reihervoliere von der Brücke aus, Gehege mit Ziegen, Schafen, Antilopen, Büffel, weißem Dammhirsch, Zebra und Kamelen sowie diverse Nahaufnahmen von Tierpflegern, u.a. mit Raubkatzen und Kleinkind. - Beiliegen eine große Original-Fotografie von zwei Giraffen vor dem Giraffenhaus (Vergrößerung eines im Album mont. Motivs, ca. 30 x 22 cm, obere Ecken mit Läsuren) sowie 4 Postkarten \"Gruß aus dem Dresdner Zoo\" (um 1942, gelaufen, ohne Marken). Versand D: 6,00 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Sander]
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        ALL-FLASH #17-1945-GOLDEN-AGE DC-HIGH GRADE BLACK COVER

      DC 1945 - Great cover on this issue of ALL-FLASH. Condition is really nice on this tough black cover book. Tiny hole in spine. Complete, no restoration. Condition: VF-

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        'Coastal Scene, Morotai'. A well-executed watercolour on paper (an impressive 274 x 397 mm) mounted on cardboard and captioned on the original attached matt (external dimensions 405 x 505 mm). The painting (featuring tents and simply-constructed dwellings nestled among palm trees), is in fine condition; the matt has a thin light tidemark along the bottom left-hand margin

      The artist is unidentified, but he was possibly attached to No. 9 Repair and Salvage Unit RAAF (9 RSU). The Australian War Memorial website states that in 1945 three artists already serving with the RAAF were seconded to the RAAF War History Section as artists - Harold Freedman (1915-1999), Max Newton (1919-1975), and Eric Thake (1904-1982) - but they may be excluded as possibilities. According to the Operations Record Book of 9 RSU (in the National Archives of Australia), an advance party arrived at Morotai on 31 January 1945, with the main party and equipment following in mid-March. The Spitfire Association website adds: '457 Squadron, as part of the 1st Tactical Air Force ... was deployed to Morotai in the Indies in early 1945. Beginning on the 10th February 1945, operations continued at a high intensity for the next three months. Then the Squadron relocated again, commencing operations from the island of Labuan, on the Borneo coast, on the 19th June, primarily in support of the Australian land campaign in British North Borneo. It mounted its last operational sorties on 13 August, two days before the Japanese surrender'. The painting would appear to be contemporary.

      [Bookseller: Michael Treloar Antiquarian Booksellers]
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        The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (First Edition, review copy)

      Ziff-Davis, New York 1945 - First Edition. REVIEW COPY, with tipped-in publisher's slip on the front endpaper. Basis for the classic 1947 film directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and starring Gene Tierney, Rex Harrison, and George Sanders.Very Good plus in a Very Good or better, price-clipped dust jacket. Slight spine lean, light rubbing to the boards. Jacket verso lightly foxed, with a few short closed tears and tiny chips at the extremities, moderate rubbing at the folds. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc., ABAA]
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        The Bretton Woods Proposals. Washington, D.C., U.S. Treasury

      1945 - First Edition. 8vo, 13pp, original wrappers [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Sonderho.

      1945. Tempera su legno di cm. 29 x 38, del noto pittore danese Agersnap, raffigurante una marina di Sonderho. Montata su cornice coeva in legno di cm. 36 x 45. Firma in basso a destra e sul retro del quadro.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Cicerone M.T.]
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        Bel-Ami. Lithographies originales de Grau Sala.

      Chez Jean Porson, 1945. 4 volumes in-4, en feuilles sous couverture ill. rempliée, chemise ill. toilée à lacet et étui bordé, 304- 314 pp. 120 lithographies originales en couleurs : 2 pour les couvertures, 2 frontispices, 18 en-têtes à mi-page, 80 dans le texte et 18 culs-de-lampe. Bel exemplaire. Un des plus beaux ouvrages du grand peintre catalan, tiré à 275 exemplaires ; un des 20 de tête sur papier blanc contenant deux suites à part, en noir et en couleurs, de 118 ill. dont 114 comportant une remarque inédite, 4 aquarelles du livre et 4 planches inédites, en double état, utilisées pour le spécimen de l'édition, 3 d'entre elles avec remarque. Spécimen jiont.

      [Bookseller: Librairie de L' Avenue]
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        TUTTE LE OPERE. LE POESIE E LE PROSE vol. II

      MONDADORI, VERONA 1945 - I CLASSICI MONDADORI FONDAZIONE BORLETTI ITALIANO Rilegatura editoriale in tutta tela verde, con titoli d'oro al piatto ed al dorso, con alone bianco ed usura al piede ed alla cima, sovraccoperta con strappi e mancanze ai bordi, pagine con traccia di umidità ai bordi superiori altrimenti in buono stato di condizione

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        A Diabetic Manual for the Mutual Use of Doctor and Patient SIGNED

      Lea & Febiger 1945 - "A Diabetic Manual for the Mutual Use of Doctor and Patient" by Dr. Elliott Joslin, 7th Edition. Published in 1945 Lea and Febiger in Philadelphia. The book measures 5.5'' x 8.25'' and is 238 pages. Signed by the author. The book is in very good plus condition. The corners are bumped. Slight foxing on the title page, fore-edges, and at limited points throughout the book.The boards are slightly stained and sunned, with light shelf wear. The text block is bright, complete and largely clean. Inscribed "With best wishes, Live ever fully, but remember sometime there will be still better methods of treatment". Dated November 20 1945. "Elliott Joslin was the first doctor in the United States to specialize in diabetes and was the founder of today's Joslin Diabetes Center. Dr. Joslin was involved for seven decades in most every aspect of diabetes investigation and treatment, save for the fact that he did not discover insulin. Following the Toronto group's blockbuster discovery of insulin in 1921, and the group's disbanding several years later, Joslin became effectively the Dean of diabetes mellitus. In the mid 1920s, Joslin, in his mid 50s, took the reins as the world spokesman for the "cause of diabetes." He was the first to advocate for teaching patients to care for their own diabetes, an approach now commonly referred to as "DSME" or Diabetes Self-Management Education. He is also a recognized pioneer in glucose management, identifying that tight glucose control leads to fewer and less extreme complications." - Wikipedia Dr. Joslin was a Yale and Harvard graduate, and the Joslin Diabetes Center is affiliated with Harvard Medical School. This will make this book of special interest to any Harvard alumni, medical professionals, or those interested in medical history. The book is an important part of the history of medicine and the fight to make diabetes a livable illness instead of a death sentence. Inventory # (H6-66) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mai contenti / L'uomo del camion / Toc Toc Chi e ? Apri la porta / Il prestidigitatore Verde / Le Storie di tre Ucellini / Il Venditore di animali / Gigi cerca il suo Berreto

      Mondadori, Milan 1945 - 7 volumes. 20 pages per volume, cutout & shaped, illustrated in color. All color illustrations of idealized animals designed by Munari during his period dedicated to experimental teaching. Illustrated paper on light boards. Last 3 volumes with cloth back strip. Designer: Bruno Munari. This is the complete collection of Munari's seven animated books, realized by Mondadori in 1945. Although 10 books were announced by the publisher, only 7 were realized. The first six titles are in beautiful condition, the seventh with yellowed covers, otherwise a very fine copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Chloé et Denis Ozanne]
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        New Bats in Old Belfries - Poems

      John Murray, London., 1945 [i.e. 1946]. First edition. Octavo. pp vi, 54. Second, special issue - see Peterson A13b: ''a more lavishly produced large-paper issue... with a white linen binding, blue marbled end-papers, and deckle edges''. Printed on handmade paper and one of ''probably a very small number''. Top edge gilt.Fine in the original tissue dustwrapper which is slightly nicked and creased. Very scarce.

      [Bookseller: Peter Ellis bookseller]
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        Lecture: The Negro in the Post-War World

      [Washington DC]: Howard University, 1945. Very Good. Quarto. Three mimeograph sheets side-stapled, printed rectos only. Very good with old folds, wear at the edges, and a couple small stains. Original program for a lecture given by Alain L. Locke, a professor of philosophy at Howard University on February 20, 1945, titled "The American Negro Status Seen as a Minority Problem." The lecture was based on his pioneering social science anthology When Peoples Meet: A Study of Race and Culture Contacts, co-written with Bernhard Stern, which promoted their theory of cultural pluralism and examined dominant and minority in various countries around the world. The program provides an outline of the lecture, broken down into five parts, and with two holograph notations from a student. OCLC locates no copies.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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