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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]

      [Bookseller: Far Eastern Booksellers / Kyokuto Shoten]
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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.

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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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        Night Has a Thousand Eyes

      US: Farrar & Rinehart. New York, Farrar & Rinehart, 1945. Hardback first edition and first impression. Presented with a copy of the 1948 script. Very good condition. Jacket slightly chipped to the top of the spine, with some moderate rubbing and creasing elsewhere. A couple of short tears. Book in decent shape, cloth a little wrinkled and some edge wear. Pastedowns a little toned. Spine tips a touch bumped. Script is in decent shape with some rolling and wear to the edges, paper lightly toned. Staple bound. The script is denoted a Release Dialogue Script, with no indication of the revision save a date of January 14, 1948. 1945, 1948 . Very Good. Hardback. 1st Edition. 1945.

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        France Illustration (1945-1947, n°1 à 108)

      France Illustration 1945 - In-folio (28,5 x 38 cm), dos agrafé, lot bien complet des numéros 1 (6 octobre 1945) à 108 (25 octobre 1947) de la revue France Illustration, y compris les numéros spéciaux, avec les tables des matières d'octobre à décembre 1945, de janvier à juin 1946, et de juillet à décembre 1946 ; quatre couverture détachées, quelques traces et marques d'usage, par ailleurs la plupart des numéros sont proches du neuf. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A.A.F. CLOTH MAP ASIATIC SERIES: No. 34 & No. 35. No. 34, SOUTHEAST CHINA & No.

      Washington D.C. 1945, Army Map Service, U.S. Army. Silk map, folds down to ca. 8.5 x 13.5 cm., opens up to 66 x 53 cm., flawless, bright & superb copy, as new condition, as issued in full color, scale 1:2,000,000. R A R E *** *** *** . . ORIGINAL WORLD WAR 2 SURVIVAL & EVASION MAP . . INCLUDES HONG KONG, MACAO, CANTON, XIAMEN, SHANGHAI, . . FORMOSA [TAIWAN], FOOCHOW, HANGCHOW, HANKOU, CHAOCHOU, . . NANKING AND POINTS NORTH . * A.A.F.= Army Air Force issue, this pair of maps shows all the major parts of China from a bit above 38 degrees at the North and 109 degrees from the West to 123 degrees at the East, and South down to just below 22 degrees, including the South China sea, the last island is one more degree South below Canton, Hong Kong and Macao, with a nice inset of all of Taiwan. This was the basic combat region for the Pacific war against Japan. . * USED BY THE FLYING TIGERS: This map and many similar to it were part of the items issued to FLYING TIGER pilots and A.V.G. [AMERICAN VOLUNTEER GROUP pilots. They were often tied around the neck to keep them warm while flying. . *** A SINGLE CLOTH MAP PRINTED ON TWO SIDES: Number 34 SOUTHEAST CHINA shows from Nan-Ching at the North down to Tao-chuang-fou [ St. John Island], with Macau, Hong Kong, Canton. Off to the right is all of Formosa [Taiwan] as an inset. The whole Eastern coast of China from Tao-chuang-fou up to just above Shanghai. . * The back side shows number 35 NORTHEAST CHINA: from Miao Lieh-tao island Lai-chou Wan at the far East, and Li-ch-eng city, to the Great Wall at extreme West at the Yellow River. Down South to Hankow, Hang-chow area. K'ai feng is about in the center of this map. With an inset of and index to the other maps in this area and series, sea currents, key, guide to symbols. . * A detailed map showing a substantial number of small towns, big cities, lakes, rivers, train routes, roads, major highways &c. With seasonal ocean currents noted for possible survival back to land. The map also has an index inset to related other area silk maps. Miles scale, kilometers, nautical miles, legend or key to symbols, roads, towns, cities, rivers & mountains. This map was part of the U. S. Army Air Force & Naval flyers "E & E" survival kit [Escape and Evasion], printed on thick silk parachute cloth. These maps were often worn by fighter and other air crew members as scarves to insure they would be with the downed airman if/when his plane or he had to parachute out into the sea or over land. Each air crew member carried among other survival supplies, a .38 caliber pistol, survival knife, a signal mirror [stainless steel or glass], compass and some basic food rations, fishing kit, water purification tablets, along with minor medical supplies; the whole kit was tucked into the pant pocket of the flight suit. . * The majority of these perishable maps have been lost during World War II and few if any others survived the attrition rate of war, time and climate prevented many from ever being brought back home. This map was given to fliers in the Pacific war against Japan, to insure downed fliers had some chance to navigate their way back to friendly forces. These maps are truly RARE and seldom found on the market. . * .

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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]
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        Krippen-Skala (KRIPS-R): Feststellung und Unterstützung pädagogischer Qualität in Krippen [Spiralbindung] Melanie Bolz (Autor), Katja Grenner (Autor), Daena Schlecht (Autor), Dr. Wolfgang Tietze (Auto

      Über den Autor: Dr. Wolfgang Tietze (1945) studierte Erziehungswissenschaft, Philosophie, Psychologie und Musikwissenschaft. Er ist Professor für Erziehungswissenschaft mit dem Schwerpunkt Kleinkindpädagogik an der Freien Universität Berlin. Zu seinen Forschungsschwerpunkten gehören Fragen der Feststellung, Entwicklung und Sicherung pädagogischer Qualität in Kindertageseinrichtungen sowie der internationale Vergleich. Dipl.-Päd. Melanie Bolz (1978) studierte Erziehungswissenschaft mit dem Schwerpunkt Kleinkindpädagogik an der Freien Universität Berlin. Sie ist wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im Bereich Forschung & Entwicklung an der PH Solothurn (Schweiz). Darüber hinaus arbeitet Frau Bolz als Freie Mitarbeiterin für die PädQUIS GmbH. Katja Grenner, Dipl.-Psych., wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin bei PädQUIS GmbH, Kooperationsinstitut der Freien Universität Berlin, Schwerpunkt Qualitätssicherung und -entwicklung in Kindertageseinrichtungen sowie Qualifizierung von Leitungskräften und Multiplikatoren. Dipl.-Päd. Daena Schlecht (1969) studierte Erziehungswissenschaft mit dem Schwerpunkt Kleinkindpädagogik an der Freien Universität Berlin. Sie ist wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin bei der PädQUIS GmbH, einem Kooperationsinstitut der FU Berlin. Arbeitsschwerpunkte sind Feststellung und Entwicklung pädagogischer Qualität. Dipl.-Päd. Beate Wellner (1968) ist ausgebildete Erzieherin, studierte Sonderpädagogik und Erziehungswissenschaft. Sie ist wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin an der Freien Universität Berlin im Arbeitsbereich Kleinkindpädagogik und hat in verschiedenen Forschungsprojekten zur Feststellung und Entwicklung pädagogischer Qualität mitgearbeitet. Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Tietze, Professor für Erziehungswissenschaft, Schwerpunkt Kleinkindpädagogik Freie Universität Berlin Zusatzinfo einige Abb. Sprache deutsch Maße 211 x 306 mm Einbandart Spiralbindung Sozialwissenschaften Pädagogik Vorschulpädagogik Kindertageseinrichtungen Kindertagestätten Kindertageseinrichtung Kindertagesstätte Qualitätsmanagement ISBN-10 3-589-25334-7 / 3589253347 ISBN-13 978-3-589-25334-0 / 9783589253340 Krippen-Skala (KRIPS-R): Feststellung und Unterstützung pädagogischer Qualität in Krippen [Spiralbindung] Melanie Bolz (Autor), Katja Grenner (Autor), Daena Schlecht (Autor), Dr. Wolfgang Tietze (Autor), Beate Wellner (Autor)

      [Bookseller: Buchservice Lars Lutzer]
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        L'Ancre de miséricorde.

      Paris, aux dépens de Pierre Falké, 1945. In-4 en ff, sous chemise illustrée en couleurs et étui (terni), 242 pp. 79 eaux-fortes originales en couleurs dont 1 frontispice, page de titre, 1 composition à double page, 20 hors-texte et 33 en-têtes, lettrines et culs-de-lampe de Pierre FALKE. Bon exemplaire. Tiré à 201 exemplaires num., celui-ci sur Viladon enrichi du dessin original de la composition à double page et de celui, rehaussé, d'une tête de chapitre avec lettrine.

      [Bookseller: Librairie de L' Avenue]
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        Napoleon's Memoirs. Edited [and translated] by Somerset De Chair

      London, Golden Cockerel Press, 1945. Folio, two volumes, 423 and 80 pages with a frontispiece portrait and title page vignette plus endpaper maps in each volume. Gilt-decorated buckram, top edge gilt, others uncut; slight crease to the cloth near the head of the spine of the first volume, with the cloth on the second volume slightly flecked; an excellent set with the bookplate of Allan Giles on each front pastedown. Number 441 of only 500 copies; the first [and only] edition, prepared from the original manuscript.

      [Bookseller: Michael Treloar Antiquarian Booksellers]
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        Come nascono le sciocchezze

      O. E. T. Edizioni Polilibraria, 1945. ITALIANO 0,08 Brossura con evidenti segni di uso e del tempo: ingiallita con piccoli strappi e mancanze lungo i bordi dei piatti e al dorso. Pagine ingiallite ma perfettamente conservate, lievissima fioritura. Firma d'appartenenza a penna datata 1952 al frontespizio. USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        The Voyage of Captain Bellingshausen to the Antarctic Seas 1819-1821. Translated from the Russian. Edited by Frank Debenham .

      London Hakluyt Society 1945 - First English Edition. Hakluyt Society second series, XCI &XCII. 2 volumes, 8vo., 20 maps, frontispiece to each volume, 36 plates, original blue cloth gilt, original cream dustwrappers lettered in black, a fine set. Very rare with dustwrappers. Bellingshausen and his 118 companions belong in the front rank of early Antarctic explorers: they circumnavigated the Antarctic circle (the first since Cook to have done so), confirmed the existence of the South Shetland islands, discovered several new islands at high southern latitudes, and may well have been the first to sight the Antarctic continent itself. This is the first translation of Bellinghausen's original Russian narrative (1831), complete with notes from one of Britain's most experienced Antarctic geographers. Taurus 3; Rosove 33.A1. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Der Tod des Vergil

      New York: Pantheon Books, 1945. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Top right front corner bumped, two-toned cloth lightly soiled, still a very good copy in lovely, near fine pictorial dust jacket. Housed in a handsome blue cloth clamshell box with a gilt lettered black morocco spine label.. Large octavo. 6.25 x 9 in. 524 pp. Text in German. Inscribed by Broch on the front free endpaper in the year of publication. Very scarce signed.

      [Bookseller: Captain's Bookshelf, Inc., ABAA]
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        Abeceda dusevniho prazdna [Alphabet of Spiritual Emptiness, first edition]

      Prague: Nakladatelstvi Zadruha A. S. 1945 - Neuerer LWd. mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel, Vorderseite des OUmschlags eingebunden, Bindung unten mit LWd.-Streifen verstärkt, [160] unpaginierte Seiten mit 45 SW-Reproduktionen, 8° (21,5 x 24,5 cm), von außen an einer Stelle des Vorderdeckels abgeschürft, Deckelecken unscheinbar berieben, Seiten altersgemäß gedunkelt, eine Seite eingerissen und mit dünnem Papier ausgebessert, insgesamt guter Zustand. || Hardback, rebound, front cover of the original dust-jacket included, Tmej's photographs documenting his experiences during World War II, 8° (21,5 x 24,5 cm), 45 b/w full-page photographs, inside in perfect condition, very rare! More pictures on request. Book Language/s: cz [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        27 Wagons Full of Cotton and Other One-Act Plays

      New Directions, Norfolk, Connecticut 1945 - First edition. Fine in just about fine dustwrapper with a small chip on the rear panel. Advance Review Copy with publication date (January 14, 1946) stamped on the front fly. A surprisingly scarce title in nice condition. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Der Prozess gegen die Hauptkriegsverbrecher vor dem Internationalen

      Militärgerichtshof, Nürnberg, 14. November 1945 - 1. Oktober 1946. 41 Bände in 40 (Band 23/24 ist ein Doppelband) Amtlicher Text.Deutsche Ausgabe. Veröffentlicht in Nürnberg, Deutschland. 1947-1949. Ca. 25.000 S. gr8. m. zahlr. Bildtafeln sowie Faksimile von Original-Dokumenten. Einige Bände enthalten große Faltbeilagen. Bände 2 bis 22 Sitzungprotokolle, Bände 23 bis 42 Beweisurkunden. (div. St.)(teilw. Rücken etwas ausgeblichen) (alle Seiten sauber und ohne Anstreichungen) (Bd. 1 fehlt) (Bände durchgehend gut erhalten) blaues, goldgeprägtes Ln.-2)Bibl. 40 Bde. Bd. 1 fehlt. Bild vom Einband.

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        Nieuwe algemeene beschryving van de colonie van Suriname. Behelzende al het merkwaardige van dezelve, met betrekkinge tot de historie, aardryks- en natuurkunde.Harlingen, Volkert van der Plaats junior, 1770. 2 parts in 1 volume. 8vo. With a large folding engraved map, and 3 folding engraved plates. Contemporary half tanned sheepskin, gold-tooled spine.

      - Van Doorne & Van Kempen 1945; JCB 1735; Sabin 24119; Tiele, Bibl. 356. First edition of the Dutch translation of an extensive description of the Dutch colony Surinam, "one of the best books, at the time it was written, in regard to the colonies" (Sabin). It deals with both Surinam's geography (climate, soil, coasts, rivers, towns, forts, etc.) and inhabitants. Many chapters deal with the native inhabitants (Indians) of Surinam and their culture and the slaves, commenting on their origins and way of live. Also included is a chapter on how a planter or slave-owner should treat his slaves, emphasizing humility and sodality. The largest part of the book describes Surinam's flora and fauna, in particular commercial crops like sugarcane, coffee, cacao and cotton. The large engraved map shows the numerous plantations, all numbered and with their names included in the preliminaries. The other engravings depict a Surinam tent-boat, a the working of mills in the sugarcane industry.With bookplate and a library stamp. Only a few tiny spots and a small tear in the half-title, otherwise in very good condition. Binding rubbed along the extremities and somewhat worn along the spine, but structually sound.

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        LE CIEL BLEU. Hebdomadaire littéraire pour tous.

      Bruxelles. LE CIEL BLEU. Dir. Rose Capel. Collection complète en 9 numéros du 22 février au 19 avril 1945 - . In folio (36,5 x 27,5 cm.). Comité de rédaction : P. Colinet, Ch. Dotremont, M. Mariën. Contributions : A. Breton, P. Picasso, L. Carroll, R. Willems, M. Béalu, Scutenaire, Magritte, A. Souris, M. et G. Piqueray, G. Henein, M. Broodhaerts, H. Juin, I. Hamoir, etc. Illustrations. Le n° 4 est en partie fendu. Les numéros 8 et 9 sont imprimés sur papier vert. E.O. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Tapis volant -

      Flammarion 1945 -, Paris - 1 volume. In-8 à l'italienne 8 ff. de texte + 33 planches de dessins Sous chemise cartonnée beige avec titre en rouge sur le premeir plat. Dos lisse toilé muet. Fermeture avec 3 lacets. Intérieur propre. En bon état. TURAGE LIMITE. Celui-ci un des 25 exemplaires de tête sur papier Japon des papeteries Rives, contenant chacun un dessin original de Jean Boullet.

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        Jonques et Sampans.

      Paris Horizons de France 1945 - 4to., 154, [iv]pp., 148 colour illustrations including 16 full-page, in sheets in original wrappers, card chemise and slipcase, a fine example. First edition of this beautifully illustrated work, limited to only 525 copies. The illustrations, printed in a very high quality, offer a sharp-eyed account of Charles Fouqueray's voyages from Singapore to Hong Kong, Macao, and Shanghai. Representing the different shapes of boats in these regions, the watercolours also focus on the local sailors and fishermen in action. Fouqueray's use of a large range of colours to depict the sea's various tints and shades conveys a poetic atmosphere to his illustrations, signed with his orientalist monogramme. A map, at the very beginning of the book, represents part of the Asian coast that was explored and drawn by Fouqueray. The French author Claude Farrère (1876-1957) became known for his novels set in exotic places. After a twenty-five year career in the Army, he decided to concentrate entirely on writing. Winner of the Prix Goncourt in 1905 for his novel Les Civilisés, he was elected chairman of the Academie Française in 1935. Farrère wrote this work on the suggestion of his friend the illustrator Charles Fouqueray, who had sent him watercolours made during a trip in Asia. Charles Fouqueray (1869-1956) studied art at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Paris, where one of his masters was the well-known Academic painter Alexandre Cabanel. First interested in painting, he then specialised in illustration, in particular in news magazines such as Le Monde Illustré and L'llustration. In Jonques et Sampans, these two artists convey, mixing text and illustrations, their personal impressions on the East-Asian navigators, ships and waterways. The introductory chapter, written by sea captain and author of several naval history books Auguste Thomazi, gives a thorough but readable description of the two Chinese boats that compose the title of this work: the junks and sampans. In a very personal and easygoing style, Claude Farrère narrates his memories and thoughts about past experiences related to sailing on the East Asian coast. On the original covee are four Chinese characters. They read, as translated in French by the publisher, L'apparition des voiles and Le clapotis des rames. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        China Proper.

      [Various printers for H.M. Stationery Office], July 1944 - [vol. III July 1945]. 8vo, three volumes. Original green cloth, spines and front covers lettered in gilt; pp. xvi, 542; vii, 370; xiv, 653, highly illustrated with plates, maps (one large and folding, in rear pocket) and plans, spines faded, cloth a little marked, internally good; from Edmonton Public Libraries with according shelfmarks, library book plates and stamps (but never lent out). First edition, a very rarely seen complete set. B. R. 530, 530 and B (Restricted). Geographical Handbook Series. - Probably one of the best-researched set of books on China during the turbulent period, covering all aspects of the vast country under occupation, with revolutionary movements thriving, civil war and uncertainty of the future. Volume I contains information about physical geography, history and peoples, followed by chapters on modern history and administration in the second volume. Economic geography, ports and communications are illustrated and described in the concluding volume. 'A series of intelligence handbooks produced during the First World War had proved valuable both during the conflict and as subsequent reference sources. Early in the Second World War the Director of Naval Intelligence ordered the preparation of a new and improved series to meet the requirements of the day. The Handbooks were designed to provide, in the words of the Preface, "for the use of Commanding Officers, information in a comprehensive and convenient form about countries which they may be called upon to visit, not only in war but in peace-time; secondly, to maintain the high standard of education in the Navy and, by supplying officers with material for lectures ... to ensure for all ranks that visits to a new country shall be both interesting and profitable"' (Cambridge Archive Editions, who reproduce a few titles of the series, online). The series was edited by Kenneth Mason (1887-1976), a geographer-soldier, mountaineer and the first statutory professor of geography at Oxford University. Inspired by Younghusband's Heart of a Continent as a child, he conducted intense surveys of the Himalayas and was awarded an RGS medal in 1927 for his surveys of India and Russian Turkestan as well for his leadership of the Shakshagam Expedition. 'Mason also revitalized the links between geography at Oxford and practical service. These had begun with the RGS's involvement in the establishment of the discipline at Oxford and were fostered by Halford Mackinder and particularly his successor, A. J. Herbertson. Under Mason, with his extensive contacts in the military services, government, the city, and the RGS, the school consolidated its practical focus, linked to regional planning, surveying, exploration, teaching, and colonial service. A notable product was the Admiralty handbooks produced during the war when the school became an intelligence unit' (ODNB). China Proper seems to be amongst the rarest Naval Intelligence Division Georgraphical Handbooks of the Second World War.

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        [Notebook of poetry]

      Unpublished; Handwritten by the Author, 1945. The only copy in existence. Hardcover. VG- (Content clean and tight but with age toning to leaves. Covers rubbed; wearing at outer edges.). Outer Physical Description: Red leatherette covers with a Merkbuch notebook, originally blank, with grid graph paper, inserted into slit in back cover. Notebook is removable, to be replaced with another in the red folio cover. Includes slant pocket inside front cover and upper/lower flaps inside back cover, both for placing receipts, photos, and extraneous pieces of paper. The gilt front lettering is, "Erste osterreichische SPAR-CASSE, WIEN," the oldest savings bank in Austria, founded in 1819. The book measures 16x21 cm and 1 cm in thickness. Internal Physical Description: Inscription page followed by a mix of 33 pp. with writing on only one side, 10 with writing on both sides, and the remaining 15 pages blank until the end of the book. Two pages have been torn out and are not present. Two small pieces of other paper, one hand-written, one typed, are laid in. Content Description - all content is handwritten, presumably by Neris: The front free end paper contains the writing, "Wien 23.11.44, A. Civilyte," although the A could possibly be an F. This notebook was in the personal book collection of American artist Will Barnet and his wife, Elena Civilte Barnet, who was Lithuanian. The book could have belonged to a family member, or it could have been given directly to Elena by Neris. An inscriptionon on the following page is in Lithuanian and appears to be a short poem. The handwriting makes it somewhat difficult to differentiate among the letters m/i/u/n/ and f/p/h/k, etc. It reads, as far as I can guess, as: "Musu dienos-kaip švent kaip žyd jimas vypuios! / Tad skub kim gyventi, nes praeis, nebegri jos! - S. Neris 1945. Geguzes 5d. Wittenwater," which translates loosely as "Our days - how the feast is like flowering! / So let's rush to live, because it's gone, do not stop it! - S. Neris, 1945. May 5th. Wittenwater." (Neris died two months later, in July in Moscow.) The notebook contains other poetry by Neris and by another Lithuanian poet, Henrikas Nagy, as well as some poetry and prose by Rilke, Nietzsche, Neris, and Akhmatova. The works of Rilke and Nietzsche are written in German; the poem by Akhamatova is written in Russian (Cyrillic); and all poems by Neris and Nagy are in Lithuanian. Two of Neris's other poems are Gyvenimas giesme (A Song of Life) and Tokios Tolimos (So Far Away). Some of the pages look as if there is narrative written below the poetry. I am surmising that these may be Neris's comments or critiques of the works. Description of the separate two pieces of paper laid in: One is a half piece of lined tablet paper. On it is a poem, Chanson d'Automne, by P. Verlaine, written in French by hand (probably Neris's), in ink, with a free-hand sketch of a woman and two flowers. The other piece is a half sheet of plain paper, typed, with a hand-written note in the margin, dated 1946. The text of both the poem and the note is in Lithuanian, and the poem it titled, "Lietuvaitei" (For Lithuanians) The poem is dated "Stutthofo Koncentracijos lageris, 1943. VIII. 26 diena," meaning it originally was written August 26, 1943 in the Stutthof Concentration Camp. I cannot find information about Neris in the Stutthof camp, but the Lithuanian poet, Balys Sruoga, was, and his dates correspond with Neris's, so the poem could be his. Family of Neris: Neris married Bernardas Bucas, a sculptor. She had a son, Saul Bucas, who died in 2004. Saul was married to Laima Bucas. Supposedly, Neris had/has 6 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Her granddaughter, Salome Buca, attended an event on July 7, 2015 honoring the 100th anniversary of Neris's death, held at the Salomeja Neris Museum in Kaunas. Final Note: The initial inscription/poem seems quite poignant (something about passing and not returning...). If this is, indeed what it seems, this could well be one of the last handwritten compendiums by Neris with her own poetry and examples of her favorite poetry by other writers. There is a little flower tucked between two pages of the book. Unique. No other in existence.

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        La domenica del popolo. Settimanale illustrato a colori.

      Roma, 1945, Anno I, n¡ 1/13 (dall' 11 febbraio al 13 maggio) fascicoli di 8 pp. cadauno ciascuno con belle tavole a colori di Tabet alle copertine. Rarissima rivista, in condizioni perfette, e testimone di un particolare periodo politico.

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        Plakat - Children in Switzerland - Health and happy holidays.. Offset.

      ca. 1945 102 x 64 cm, Zustand A. AuftraggeberIn: Schweizerische Verkehrszentrale. SVZ. Zürich. - Otto Furter (1905-1998). Kaufmännische Lehre in St. Gallen. Weiterbildung in Paris nach 1926. Diplom in französisch-deutscher Handelskorrespondenz. Anstellung bei der Bank René Meyer. Rückkehr in die Schweiz um 1931. Dann kaufmännischer Angestellter bei Emil Meerkämper in Davos. wo er sich neben dem Fotovertrieb im In- und Ausland und auch um die Sujetauswahl für Postkarten und Kalender kümmerte. Bald begann Furter selber zu fotografieren. die Aufnahmen publizierte Meerkämper unter eigenem Namen. Ab 1943 eigenes Fotogeschäft in Davos mit Verlag für Fotopostkarten. weitergeführt von den Söhnen Walter und Hans. Furters Aufnahmen erscheinen in Zeitungen und Zeitschriften. Bildbänden und Kalendern. Er zählt zu den bedeutenden Fotografen in Graubünden. Sein Vorbild war Albert Steiner. Landschaften. Landarbeit. Porträt. Tourismus. Sport. auch Reportagen. Seine Aufnahmen fanden Verwendung für den Alpenschutz und die Berghilfe. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Plakate - Tourismus

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        Freddy and the Popinjay

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1945. First edition. Illustrated with Drawings by Kurt Wiese. 1 vols. 8vo. Red cloth stamped in black, pictorial endpapers. Near fine copy in the SCARCE DUST JACKET with a small chip from upper panel, slight wear and soiling. Wiese, Kurt. First edition. Illustrated with Drawings by Kurt Wiese. 1 vols. 8vo.

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        To jest Oswiecim [This is Auschwitz]

      Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Literatury Politycznej, [Warszawa] 1945 - First edition. Octavo. Quarter cloth and marbled paper over boards. Ribbon marker. Small paper shelf label on spine, corners rubbed, a near very good copy with the cheap paper lightly toned but stable. Friedman was a Polish Jewish historian. After the fall of Poland and the Nazi occupation of his home city of Lwow, he went into hiding outside the Lwow Ghetto throughout the War. While he survived the war he lost both his wife and daughter. After liberation he was the director of the Central Jewish Historical Committee whose mission was to gather data on Nazi war crimes. He collected testimonies and documentation and also supervised the publication of a number of pioneering studies, including this title, his own work on the concentration camp at Auschwitz. After testifying at the Nuremberg trials, Friedman eventually moved to the U.S. where he taught at Columbia. Exceptionally uncommon. OCLC locates 13 copies, seven of them in the U.S. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Real Life Of Sebastian Knight (In Dust Jacket)

      Norfolk, Connecticutt [1945]: New Directions, 1941. First Edition, Second Issue . Smooth Red Cloth. Fine Book/Very Good Dustjacket. 205 Pp. Colophon States A Total Of 1500 Copies Were Printed. Bound In Smooth Red Cloth [749 Copies Were Bound In A Red Burlap Binding In 1941, The Remaining 751 Copies Were Bound In This Smooth Red Cloth Binding And Issued In April 1945]. First Issue [1941] Paper Labels, Printed Text On Front Label Being 2.7 Cm Wide [It Is Believed That Copies With A 3 Cm Width Print Line Were Issued Only With Some 1945 Bindings]. First Issue Dj With Name Correctly Spelled As Nabokov On Cover And Flaps [ A Variant Dj With Spelling "Nabokoff" Was Apparently Printed First, But, Confusingly, Issued Only On The 1945 Issue In Smooth Red Cloth, Probably When The Publisher Ran Out Of Corrected Jackets]. [For A Bibliographic Description See Vnbiblio]. Bright And Fresh, Spine And Cover Labels White And As New. Jacket Is Nearly Complete, Not Price-Clipped [$2.50] And Only Lightly Worn; It Has A Small Chip At Part Of The Top Of The Spine, Up To 3/8" Deep, Removing The First "T" In The Title; A Curved Chip Up To 3/8" Deep At Bottom Of Spine; There Is A 1/4" Long, 1/8" Deep Chip At The Base Of The Front Panel, And Tiny Chips At Tips; There Is A One Inch Long Closed And Nearly Invisible Tear Along The Front Top Spine Edge, And A 3/16" X 1/8" Chip At The Front Spine Edge About 2" Down From The Top Of The Book, Not Affecting The Lettering Or Design. The Red Cloth Is A Little Discolored Where The Chips Exposed The Cloth. An Attractive Copy. The Unlaminated And Thin Jacket Is Quite Fragile And Has Become Quite Scarce.

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        Notorious (Original screenplay for the 1946 film)

      Los Angeles: RKO Radio Pictures, 1945. Temporary screenplay for the 1946 film. At 162 pages (the equivalent of nearly 3 hours' running time), this script is much longer than the final edited version, and like many Selznick scripts in the draft stage, is not quite complete (though the camera direction is already quite detailed), ending with the line "Alex, are you mad?" as called for. One of the great Hitchcock films, and one of a handful he made that ventured into more serious dramatic content outside the thriller genre. Though not credited as a screenwriter in the final film, Hitchcock and Hecht holed themselves up in a room in New York City for days developing the inital screenplay draft, this being the immediate result. Nominated for two Academy Awards, including Best Screenplay. Pale blue titled wrappers, noted as Temporary Screenplay on the front wrapper, dated June 11, 1945, with credits for director Hitchcock and screenwriter Hecht. Distribution page present, with receipt intact, rubber stamped Script No. 2578. 162 leaves, mimeograph, with white revision pages dated 6/12/45. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Near Fine bound with three silver brads. Criterion Collection 137. National Film Registry. Hardy, The BFI Companion to Crime. Selby Canon US. Silver US. Spicer US.

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        Scrapbook and Photo Album of Philadelphia Attorney and Artist William J. Conlen

      [Philadelphia]: [no publisher], 1945. Very Good. Small quarto. Blue cloth gilt, entitled Book Shelf Scrap Book. Very good condition, with some yellowing to newspaper clippings and occasional loose items. Contains newspaper clippings, 32 gelatin silver photographs, typed poems and notes, letters to Conlon, and an original pen and ink design for a bookplate for Conlon by designer William Lewis Plack, all apparently compiled by William James Conlen's wife, Jean, and focusing on the years 1932-1939. Much of the material details the Conlen's relationship with the family of Jasper Yeates Brinton, a justice and later President of the international court presiding in Alexandria, with whom Conlen attended the University of Pennyslvania law school.Conlen was also an enthusiastic amateur artist and friends with noted artist Walter E. Baum, and there are original photographs of Baum and Conlen painting in rustic outdoor locations, as well as a newspaper clipping of an article written by Baum. A number of the photographs are taken in Egypt, but the photos primarily detail painting expeditions and family visits outside Philadelphia, in Rockport, Massachusetts and (perhaps) Chicago, as well as a number of undetermined locations. The final set of clippings focuses on relations with Mexico in the mid to late 1930s. Besides being a prominent admiralty lawyer and a skilled amateur painter, Conlen was the author of a number of books and articles, including Philadelphians Abroad and Vignettes of Mexico. The entire work provides an interesting overview of the concerns, work and leisure time of this well-connected Philadelphian, with some emphasis of the Buck's County art scene in the 1930s.

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        Monumenta Palaeographica Vetera. First series. Dated Greek Minuscule Manuscripts to the Year 1200: I, Manuscripts at Jerusalem, Patmos and Athens (1934); II, Manuscripts in Venice, Oxford and London (1934); III, Manuscripts in the Monasteries of Mount Athos and in Milan (1935); IV, Manuscripts in Paris, Part I (1935); V, Manuscripts in Paris, Part II, Oxford, Berlin, Vienna and Jerusalem (1936); VI, Manuscripts in Moscow and Leningrad (1936); VII, Manuscripts in Rome, Part I (1937); VIII, Manuscripts in Rome, Part II (1937); IX, Manuscripts in Rome, Part III, in Messina, in Naples, and in London (1938); X, Manuscripts in Florence, Athens, Grottaferrata and the Meteora (1939); Indices, Volumes I to X (1945). 11-vol. set (Complete)

      The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Boston 1945 - Folio (16 1/4 x 14 1/2") (Portfolios); Quarto (10 1/4 x 7") (Index volume). Vol. 1: 20pp, 6 leaves + inserted 7th leaf (Booklet), 1-77 loose leaves (Plates); Vol. 2: 18pp, 6 leaves (Booklet), 78-151 loose leaves (Plates); Vol. 3: 18pp, 6 leaves (Booklet), 152-225 loose leaves (Plates); Vol. 4: 17, [1]pp, 6 leaves (Booklet), 226-300 loose leaves (Plates); Vol. 5: 20, [2]pp, 7 leaves (Booklet), 301-373 loose leaves (Plates); Vol. 6: 17, [1]pp, 7 leaves (Booklet), 374-452 loose leaves (Plates); Vol. 7: 17, [1]pp, 7 leaves (Booklet), 453-525 loose leaves (Plates); Vol. 8: 16pp, 7 leaves (Booklet), 526-602 loose leaves (Plates); Vol. 9: [8], 6, [2]pp, 7 leaves (Booklet), 603-673 loose leaves (Plates); Vol. 10: 17, [1]pp, 7 leaves (Booklet), 674-757 loose leaves (Plates); Index volume: xxxv, [1], 185, [1]pp. Original half olive cloth over olive paper covered boards, with black lettering to front covers and spines. String ties. (Portfolios). Original olive cloth, with black lettering to spine and front cover (Index volume). Spectacular corpus of 401 dated Greek minuscule manuscripts dating from the year 835 to 1200, splendidly reproduced in facsimile in no less than 757 photogravure plates. Each of the ten portfolios contains about 75 plates and a very concise technical description of each manuscript reproduced in facsimile.A list of 291 identified scribes is given, as well as a detailed list of subjects of the MS, ranging from theological treatises to monastic treatises, from Andrew of Crete to Theophylact of Ohrid, from the Old to the New Testament, from Aristotle to Plato, etc.In the introduction of the last volume (X), the editors mentioned that an 11th and final volume was in preparation, and that, depending on the political events in Europe (WWII was in the making), it should be released in 1941. However, no such volume was published, except for the Index in 1945.Sporadic rubbing and closed tears along edges of portfolio. Ex-library copy, with sticker at upper front joint and tail of spine. - Flaws in vol. 1: Heavy staining to front cover of booklet, which is also detached, but present. Pencil annotations throughout. Leaves of plates 6 and 7 separated from booklet. Plate 7 in booklet is a photocopy. - Flaws in Vol. 2: Page 10 and 15-18 in booklet detached but present. Plate 98 in portfolio has handwritten annotations in pencil. Plate 129 has dark shadowing on its right side. Minor tear in right hand-side of plate 151. - Flaws in Vol. 3: Front cover of booklet stained. Some pages loose. Sporadic annotations in pencil. Some staining on plate 202. Plate 219 with a 1/2" dark line across bottom leaf, with 4 circular stains at top left. - Flaws in Vol. 4: Some discoloration and staining on front cover of booklet, and pencil annotations throughout. Black stain covering part of plates 294-295 description in booklet. - Flaws in Vol. 5: Cover of booklet has slight tear just right of center, at the top. - Flaws in Vol. 6: Pencil annotations throughout booklet and plates. Plate 384 has a segment of an image dated 932 cut out. However, a copy was made from another volume and taped behind the plate so that the missing segment appears.- Flaws in Vol. 7: Sporadic annotations in pencil throughout. Minor staining at lower margin of plates 453 and 454 (not affecting image).- No major flaws in Vol. 8.- Flaws in Vol. 9: Pages 4 and 5 of booklet age-toned.- No major flaws in Vol. 10.- Flaws to the Index volume: Rubbing to head and tail of spine. Spine age-toned. Ink stain at lower margin of pp. 175-175 (not affecting lettering), and annotations in ink to pp. 178-182.Portfolios and interior in overall fair to good+ condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Distant Prospect a Sequel to First Childhood

      First edition. 8vo., original blue cloth, dust jacket. London, Constable.

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        MS - Typoskript mit eigenhändiger Titulatur und mehreren Korrekturen. - Beilagen.

      Heidelberg 1945. 7 1/2 Seiten folio. Gelocht. Karl Heinrich Bauer (1890-1973), Chirurg und Onkologe."Wissenschaft und Humanität / von Prof. K. H. Bauer, Rektor der Universität Heidelberg". - Rektoratsrede aus Anlass der "feierlichen Verpflichtung der Studierenden am 20.XI.1945" auf die Humanität als Basis der Wissenschaft."... Wir stehen mitten im Durchbruch zu einer neuen Zeit. Der neue Kurs verlangt zuvörderst klaren Kampf und vollen Einsatz zur geistigen Überwindung dessen, was 12 Jahre lang die deutsche Seele versklavt und den deutschen Namen vor der Geschichte geschändet hat. Bleiben wir uns klar, der Nationalsozialismus ist zwar militärisch besiegt, politisch erledigt, aber geistig ist er noch nicht überwunden ..."Zusammen mit Karl Jaspers hatte Bauer die Wiedereröffnung der Heidelberg durch die Besatzungsbehörden zum Wintersemester 1945/46 betrieben.Beiliegend ein maschinenschriftlicher Brief mit eigenhändiger Unterschrift, Heidelberg 1977, an eine befreundete Medizinerin in Göttingen, mit einer Anekdote von seiner ersten Blinddarmoperation. Ferner beiliegend 3 Portraitphotographien und 3 Photokopien von Erklärungen Bauers zu Vorwürfen aus dem SDS, er sei "Propagandist der Sterilisationspraktiken des 3. Reiches" gewesen (Juli/August 1968).

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        Cannery Row

      New York: Viking Press, 1945. First Edition. A novel set amidst the sardine fisheries of Monterey, CA, revolving around the lives of those who lived there during the Depression. Basis for the 1982 David Ward film starring Nick Nolte, Debra Winger, and Audra Lindley. GOLDSTONE & PAYNE A22.b, HANNA 3340. Second Issue. Octavo (19cm); yellow cloth, with titling and rule stamped in blue on spine and front panel; blue topstain; dustjacket; 208pp. Hint of darkening to spine, with faint staining along joints and fading to topstain; Near Fine. In later dustjacket, advertising war bonds on rear panel; both corners clipped, spine gently sunned, with light wear, short tears, and small stains to spine on verso; Very Good+.

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