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        Mr. Loyal présente? Animaux Boniments Cabrioles.

      Paris: Editions G.P., Imprimerie La Photolith, Septembre 1946 - Edition originale, album in-4; 32 pages illustrées en couleurs. Cartonnage illustré sur les deux plats d'images de Mr. Loyal sous forme d'un lapin déguisé, dos toilé rouge. Extrémités légèrement frottées, nom à l'encre d'un ancien propriétaire sur une garde. Très rare abécédaire illustré par Jean-François Calvo (1892-1958), dans son style inimitable. Calvo commença comme dessinateur au "Canard enchaîné", et fut sabotier et aubergiste avant de se consacrer entièrement au dessin. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Dangling Man [Signed]

      London John Lehmann 1946 First Impression ("First published in England 1946"). Small, slim 8vo: 191,[1]pp. Publisher's finely woven sunflower cloth, spine stamped in brown, in the superb pictorial pictorial dust jacket (price-clipped). Signed by Bellow on front fly leaf. Fine, tight (probably unread) and bright in close to Fine jacket with touch of usual darkening to spine and back panels but front panel still vivid. Fine ¶ First book, a slim, quiet masterpiece, from the Nobel prizewinning author of Herzog, Augie March and Henderson the Rain King. Joseph, the novel's protagonist, "is a would-be writer and intellectual caught waiting for the Draft, who romantically believes that intellectual and spiritual enlightenment is to be attained by isolating himself within the confines of a room in a cheap Chicago boarding house while he studies the great writers of the Enlightenment. It also reflects the 1940s preoccupation of American intellectuals with French existentialism and themes of individual freedom, the meaning of moral responsibility, death, and social contract. . . . [In it is] much of Bellow's early life as a young newly-wed intellectual, immersed in literature of all kinds, poor and ambitious, isolated in his in-laws' Ravenswood apartment writing his first novel on a card table in the back room. It is also the lament of a young American artist who does not know how to join the mainstream of Chicagoan or American life without losing the spiritual value of his isolation. Critics hailed Dangling Man as an important novel written with style and genuine mastery." (Literary Encyclopedia) Yet another example of the value to be found in the graphically superior designs of most UK editions of American authors's works. N. B. 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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        Le chemin de la mosquée

      First Edition, false entry of the third edition, punch press service. Precious autograph signed by the author to his friend Maurice Blanchot: "... to which I do not mean anything this book so full of pain, but I am sure, understand." Blanchot in 1933 was the main editor of newspapers founded by Paul Levy, "The Rampart" and "Listens to" the guidelines clearly patriotic, anti-democratic, anti-parliamentary, anti-capitalist and at the same time focusing on the denunciation of Nazism and anti-Jewish persecution. The friendship of two men with the help of Levinas political turnaround Blanchot gradually drift refuse Semitic and fascist radicalization that lurked. In 1940, he took "officially" the newspaper's management of Paul Lévy and November saves by warning of his imminent arrest. Paul Levy flees to Morocco. It was during this exile he wrote 'The path of the Mosque ", a novel inspired by his political commitment 20-30 years and wondered about their consequences. Painful Blanchot text can indeed" understand. "Nice copy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Grasset Paris 1946 12x19cm broché

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        Vocabulaire esthétique

      First edition, one of 50 numbered copies on vélin supérieur, tirage de tête.A handsome autograph inscription from Roger Caillois to Georges Hugnet : "... ce vocabulaire esthétique où je fais pénitence..."A good copy. Fontaine Paris 1946 12x19cm broché

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        Expanding Universe and the Origin of Elements

      Lancaster PA: American Institute of Physics, 1946. FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS of George Gamow's paper marking the beginning of the Big Bang Model. "The German physicist Carl Friedrich von Weizsacker had postulated in 1938 that most elements were formed in explosions similar to that taking place in Lemaitre's primeval atom, but he did not state clearly whether the birthplace was cosmological or stellar. The turning point came in 1946, when Gamow discussed quantitatively the role of nuclear processes in relativistic cosmologies. His brief 1946 paper on the expanding universe and the origin of elements marks the beginning of modern big bang theory" (Hetherington, Cosmology).Gamow, working with his graduate student Ralph Alpher, would spend the next two years developing his theory, culminating in the famous "Alpha-Beta-Gamma" paper (The Origin of Chemical Elements) of 1948.Particle Physics: One Hundred Years of Discoveries: "Gamow indication on the possibility to explain the observed chemical elements abundance-curve by assumption of unequilibrium process of elements formation during a limited interval of time. Birth of the Big Bang model."IN: The Physical Review, Vol. 70, Second Series, Numbers 7 and 8, October 1 and 15, 1946, pp. 572-3. Lancaster, PA and New York, NY: American Institute of Physics, 1946. Quarto, original wrappers neatly rebacked. Fine condition.Note: Custom cloth box available for $200. Fine.

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        Der Baumeister. Monatshefte für Baukultur und Praxis / Zeitschrift für Baukultur und Bautechnik. Jahrgänge 1933 - 1957 *** 28 Bände

      In diesem Umfang nur selten verfügbar: 28 Bände. Erschienen ab 1946 als "Der Baumeister. Zeitschrift für Baukultur und Bautechnik". Durchgängig reichhaltigst illustriert: Fotos, Skizzen, ausklappbare Tafeln, Farbabbildungen. Alle Bände in Leinen gebunden. 1933-1939 illustriertes grünes Leinen, ab 1946 rotes Bibliotheksleinen. Vorhandene Jahrgänge: 1933 - 1939 1942 - 1944 (Hefte 1-3, mehr wohl kriegsbedingt nicht mehr erschienen) 1946 - 1948 (1946 erster Nachkriegsjahrgang) 1950 - 1957 (meist in je zwei Halbjahresbänden) Die einzelnen Bände befinden sich ganz überwiegend in gutem bis sehr passablem Zustand (leichter Berieb, Einbände neigen mitunter zu Staub-oder Stockfleckigkeit, innen im Großen und Ganzen sehr schön. Die Kunstdruckseiten bis 1944 heften typischerweise gerne etwas aneinander, ohne zu kleben). Zwei Jahrgänge mit unschönem Einbandzustand: 1938 starke Feuchtigkeitsflecken, Rücken angeplatzt 1939 Feuchtigkeitsflecken. Siehe Bild)

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        Description d'un combat

      First edition of the French translation by Clara Malraux, one of 300 numbered copies on vellum paper after 50 only major Auvergne.Book illustrated with 16 original lithographs of which 8 Text-off Jean-Michel Atlan.Preface by Bernard Groethuysen.A small spot at the head of a contreplat, nice copy. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Maeght éditeur Paris 1946 24x30,5cm en feuilles sous chemise

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        Welcome Stranger (Original screenplay for the 1947 film)

      Paramount, Los Angeles 1946 - Draft script for the 1947 film. Bound presentation copy belonging to producer Sol C. Siegel, with his name in gilt on the front board. With 10 film still photographs tipped in throughout. The second pairing of Bing Crosby and Barry Fitzgerald after the multiple Academy Award winning "Going My Way," with much the same plot. This time Crosby plays a young doctor (prone to singing, of course) hired to fill in for the town's regular, older doctor (Fitzgerald), who rubs the townsfolk the wrong way until an emergency surgery is needed. Based on a story by Frank Butler. Bound in green faux leather boards with gilt title and rule and marbled endpapers. Title page present, dated 3/9/1946, with credits for screenwriter Arthur Sheekman. 169 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 151. Mimeographed, with blue and pink revision pages throughout, dated variously between 3/15/46 and 5/6/46. Fine overall, with the bottom margin of most photographs trimmed. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Churchill War Coalition Cabinet Presentation Medal.

      Cast and engraved bronze circular medal, 4 inches in diameter. A little oxidation otherwise a very good example preserved in remains of the original suede case (missing fold over flap) This medal was prepared at Churchill's personal instruction for presentation to senior members of the wartime coalition government and members of the armed forces following the end of the coaltion government in the General Elections of 1945. The medal was ordered in December 1945 and delivered in August 1946 for personal distribution by the former Prime Minister to some 133 individuals. Each recipient's name was engraved on the reverse, with the legend: "To ... from Winston Churchill". The obverse said "Salute the Great Coalition 1940-1945". This medal was presented to Robert Hudson. Robert Hudson (1886-1957) was Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries from 1940 to 1945. He came to the post with a reputation for hard work but his support for certain free trade practices was deemed harmful to England's farmers, and many wondered if Hudson was fit for the job. He proved more than able and was instrumental in ensuring that England didn't starve during the war. "With a determination, as Lord Winterton commented, 'to see that farmers and landowners alike used every acre of soil to help keep the nation from starvation' (Winterton, 272), Hudson and his junior minister, Tom Williams, undertook a massive organizational and publicity task. Through guaranteed prices and markets for most goods, and the development of a nationwide network of decentralized county and district committees involving local farmers themselves in the monitoring of land use, farming output was increased greatly. The acreage in England and Wales of wheat, for example, was by 1944 increased by 82 per cent, potatoes by 116 per cent, sugar beet by 24 per cent, and the total area under tillage by nearly 4.75 million acres (69 per cent)" (ODNB). Vita Sackville-West considered Hudson an ally, and in the opinion of many, he "'was by far the best of Ministers of Agriculture in either war' (Winterton, 272)" (ODNB). After the war, Hudson was made first viscount Hudson, retired from politics, and established a successful Friesian herd in Wiltshire. He died in Southern Rhodesia, where he had some farming interests Engstrom. The Medallic Portraits of Sir Winston Churchill No. 13

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        Voyages de Gulliver

      Edition illustrated with 30 etchings and 36 original woodcuts of Gus Bofa, one of 320 numbered copies on Holland paper.Our copy, as it is stated in the justification of the draw is full of his suite in black illustrations.A slightly cracked Length case, a bit of a slightly rubbed shirt.Nice copy. Editions du Nord Bruxelles 1946 22x29cm 2 volumes brochés sous chemises et étuis

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        U.S.A. Trilogy: The 42nd Parallel; Nineteen Nineteen; and The Big Money [3 Volumes]

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1946. Signed Limited Edition. Very Good. Signed. 3 vols. Limited illustrated edition, first thus. One of 365 copies [of which 350 were for sale] signed by John Dos Passos and the illustrator Reginald Marsh. Fine, with a small strip of toning to cloth at spine ends. Top edges with exceptionally bright and fresh gilt, though one volume has a small, faint scuff. In Very Good un-printed dust jackets with title windows; spine panels a bit toned and lightly worn. In Very Good publisher's slip case, with rubbing and glue repairs to joints.

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        Collected Poems 1909-1935 (Signed)

      Faber & Faber 1946 - First edition, tenth impression (November 1946), signed and inscribed to the title page by T. S. Eliot, having crossed through his printed name: ‘Inscribed for Miss P. Cuss by T. S. Eliot/ 31.x.47’; signed copies of any editions including his early poems (Prufrock, The Waste Land) are scarce. About Near Fine: firm and square binding in clean blue cloth, sunned to the spine; gently pushed to the spine tips; bright gilt; publisher’s red topstain, a little faded; a small, solitary spot to the fore-edge of the page block; offsetting/browning and some light spotting to the endpapers, else internally bright, crisp and clean. The unclipped dustwrapper is Fair: chipped to the spine tips and (lightly) to the corners; a little toning to the spine; short tears and associated creasing; some archival tape reinforcement to the verso; presented in a removable, archival-quality Brodart protective cover. All orders are sent very carefully wrapped in bubble wrap and sturdy cardboard. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Critical Essays.

      Secker and Warburg,, 1946. First Edition. London, Secker and Warburg, 1946. Octavo. 169, (1) pages. Hardcover / Original red cloth with gilt lettering on spine and cover with the original, unclipped dustjacket in protective Mylar. Very goodcondition with only minor signs of external wear. The red cloth unusually bright and clean. As often, some signs of foxing to the edge and endpapers. The rare jacket with some fraying and tears but overall in Good condition. This rare book includes the following essays by George Orwell: Charles Dickens / Boys ' Weeklies / Wells, Hitler and the World State / The Art of Donald McGill / Rudyard Kipling / W.B.Yeats / Benefit of Clergy: Some Notes on Salvador Dali / Arthur Koestler / Raffles and Miss Blandish / In Defence of P.G.Wodehouse /

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        The War Speeches: Into Battle, The Unrelenting Struggle, Onwards to Victory, The Dawn of Liberation, Victory, and Secret Session Speeches...

      London: Cassel and Company Ltd. 1941-1946. COMPLETE FIRST EDITION seven-volume set of Churchill's War Speeches. "In the dark days and darker nights when England stood alone -- and most men save Englishmen despaired of England's life -- he mobilized the English language and sent it into battle." So spoke President John F. Kennedy of Winston Churchill as the United States declared the former prime minister an honorary american citizen in 1963.London: Cassel and Company Ltd., 1941-1946. Octavo, original blue cloth, original dust jackets. Books with mild foxing to edges (much less than is usual); dust jackets with slight discoloration and minimal edgewear, otherwise bright and clean copies. Into Battle with tape on inside of dust jacket running along top edge; The Unrelenting Struggle is neatly price clipped at bottom right corner of dust jacket; The Dawn of Liberation with light spotting along right side of front panel; Secret Session Speeches with trivial spotting on top left corner of front panel and on left side of back panel as well.Note: The first editions of the War Speeches were printed on cheap wartime paper, bound in coarse cloth, and with fragile dust jackets, making very good collectible copies such as these extremely difficult to find. Fine / Very Good....

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        When the Going Was Good

      First Impression London Duckworth 1946 First Impression Publisher's canary yellow cloth lettered in dark blue, with a color frontispiece of the author by Henry Lamb and a folding map tipped in facing p. 196. Octavo, 318 pages (including the index). Near Fine, with the spine ends crimped and toning to the edges of the boards, in an unusually presentable, Near Fine or better example of the scarce pictorial dust, priced at 15/- net, that seems to have benefited from skillful restoration along the edges, top and bottom.Near Fine 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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        Weegee's People

      Duell, Sloan & Pearce. Good in Fair dust jacket. 1946. Hardcover. Edge tears to jacket. No marks or creases, very clean copy. Private collector, not x-library. After the success of Naked City, Fellig celebrates with his camera the lighthearted spirit of post-War New York. .

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        Eight Manuscript Poems.

      (c. 1946). Octavo. (8)ff. A manuscript poetry chapbook handmade by Robert Frost and inscribed by the poet with the dedication, "A Preview / for Nita and Doc / from / R. F. / After a good Bread Loaf / 1946." "Doc" refers to Frost's friend Reginald Cook, a Middlebury professor who was the director of the Bread Loaf School of English for many years. Frost met Cook in the mid-1920s, and they remained friends until the poet's death in 1963. Cook kept written records of his conversations with Frost and transcribed his lectures, and he later published the book Dimensions of Robert Frost in 1958. This collection of poems was presented to Cook and his wife after his first session as director in 1946. The eight verses copied in Frost's hand are "To an Ancient," "Something to Hope For" (published as "Something for Hope"), "One Step Backward Taken," "Why Wait for Science," "But He Meant It" (re-titled "The Broken Drought"), "The Courage to Be New," "A Mood Apart," and "Bravado." These were a preview of some of Frost's new poems, all of which would be published in his 1947 collection Steeple Bush. Apart from the changes of title, most of the poems appear in the chapbook exactly as they would in publication. However, in the chapbook, "Courage to Be New" is followed by a four line postscript, and four changes in wording were made to lines in "Something for Hope." These changes reveal slight shifts in sound and sense, showing how Frost continued to edit and refine his work. Bound together in side-stitched self-wrappers. Very fine.

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        Pierre-Eugène Clairin

      First edition of only 100 copies, numbered by Pierre-Eugène Clairin on pur fil de Lana paper, plus a few hors commerce copies.Text by Albert Camus.With 7 etchings, 2 drypoints and three original lithographs (one in colors) by Pierre-Eugène Clairin, who has signed eight of the illustrations in pencil.A little light marginal worming, a good copy complete with its chemise and slipcase (with flaps).Rare.% Rombaldi Paris 1946 29x39cm en feuilles sous chemise et étui

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        Lettres à un ami allemand

      First swiss edition published a few months after the first edition.Autograph inscription from Albert Camus to Jacqueline Danne : "... ces lettres... écrites au temps de la Peste, avec la fidèle sympathie d'Albert Camus [these letterswritten at the time of The Plague, with the faithful best wishes of Albert Camus]."A good copy. Marguerat Lausanne 1946 12,5x19cm broché

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        L'aigle à deux têtes

      First edition, one of 8 numbered copies on Japon imperial paper, the tirage de tête.A fine copy. Gallimard Paris 1946 15x21cm broché

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        Testimonios

      First edition. HAndsome signed and dated autograph inscription in French from Victoria Ocampo to the singer (Jane) Bathori, who was the partner of the comedian Andrée Tainsy : "... qui a travaillé pour la musique en Argentine with tant de générosité and de chaleur..."Iconography.Spine sunned. Editorial Sudamericana Buenos Aires 1946 14x20,5cm broché

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        Lilly May and Dan Two Children of the South

      Home Mission Board Southern Baptist 1946 - Squarish 12 mo in wraps, tight and bright, light wear at tip, no other marks or detractions, ellse VG to NFINE. This book was illustrated by Lois Mailou Jones, ".an artist who painted and influenced others during the Harlem Renaissance and beyond, during her long teaching and artistic career. Jones was the only African-American female painter of the 1930s and 1940s to achieve fame abroad." --wikipedia. Her work is in major collections. Scarce ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Plakat - Neues Deutschland. Zentralorgan der Sozialistischen Einheitspartei. Die Zeitung des schaffenden Volkes.. Orig. -Lithographie.

      61 x 43 cm im Rahmen der Zeit, Min. beschienen Vom Gestalter monogramiert: B. - Von 1946 bis 1989 war die Zeitung in der DDR das Zentralorgan der Sozialistischen Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED). Ab Dezember 1989 bis Anfang 2007 befand sich die Zeitung über eine GmbH im Besitz der Nachfolgepartei PDS

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        L'Honneur des poètes. Manuscrit autographe.

      . A manuscript autograph appeared in the Ark No. 18-19 of 7 August 1946 against dishonor poets Peret.1946 9 feuillets in-8 (20,7 x 13,3 cm) foliotésen feuilles

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        The Baker Street Journal. An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana.

      New York, Ben Abramson 1946-7. The scarce first eight numbers (two years) of the famous journal which has been in print ever since it first appeared in 1946. Named after the original Irregulars, a group of street urchins whom Holmes would employ for a shilling a day (plus expenses), with a guinea prize (worth one pound and one shilling) for a vital clue, The Baker Street Irregulars is an organisation of Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts founded in 1934 by Christopher Morley. Members have included Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Rex Stout and Isaac Asimov. The BSI is considered the pre-eminent Sherlockian group in the United States and convenes every January in New York for a weekend of study, debates and celebration. This set compises the first two volumes of quarterlys, in original printed yellow wrappers. Some trivial toning to spines otherwise in truly fine condition, housed in a gilt-titled black buckram box.

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        Vingt-cinq-et-un poèmes

      First edition.Illustrated with drawings by Hans Arp.Handsome inscription from Tristan Tzara to Julien Gracq.A few slight insignificant scuffs to covers.With a black morocco-like shagreen chemise and edged slipcase.  Editions de la revue Fontaine Paris 1946 14,5x19,5cm broché

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        Matthew Flinders' Narrative of his Voyage in the Schooner Francis: 1798. Preceded and Followed by Notes on Flinders, Bass, the Wreck of the Sidney Cove, &c, by Geoffrey Rawson.

      Small folio. Original green full morocco, blocked in gilt, top edges gilt; pp. 100[2]; 9 wood-engravings by John Buckland Wright, these printed in dark green; spine slightly darkened otherwise a very good copy in the slipcase. One of 750 numbered copies, this one of 100 specially bound.. "Another book of daring exploration in our Sea Series. I tried to produce these stories of high adventure in an exciting way, and planned to make the book a symphony in green." (Cockalorum 170). The author Geoffrey Rawson's own copy, with his bookplate. Also loosely inserted are: 1) A two page autograph letter (16.4.54) on Golden Cockerel Press headed paper from Christopher Sandford to Geoffrey Rawson (with a chip to top edge and some browning). Sandford, the proprietor of the Golden Cockerel Press, discusses the reviews that Rawson's Nelson's Letters had received. "The Birmingham Post gave us a splendid review; the TLS a long but stupid one - they would!; and Time and Tide a so-so one". He goes on to say that further review copies will be sent out. Sandford then makes an interesting economic point. "Times are not good for selling expensive books but I am satisfied with the progress of Nelson. I feel it is sterling worth and will continue to sell itself out slowly. Of course one cannot compare its sales with those of Flinders which came out at such a good time when everyone had money and little to spend it on." 2) A typed royalties statement (1 June 1955) to Geoffrey Rawson on Golden Cockerel Press headed paper detailing sales from 1954 - 1955. This statement would seem to confirm Sandford's assessment of the marketplace in the letter detailed above. In the year from April 1954 to March 1955 the Press sold 5 ordinary and 2 special copies of Nelson's Letters and 2 ordinary copies of Flinders' Narrative, netting Rawson a total of 2 pounds 8 shillings and 4 pence. 3) A short typed letter (22 May 1947) to Geoffrey Rawson from John King Davis, the dedicatee of the book, thanking him for the copy that had been sent to him and for the honour of the dedication, "Although I feel quite unworthy of the distinction you have conferred upon me, I am most appreciative of your kindness, and thank you for it." 4) A long autograph airletter from John King David to Geoffrey Rawson (6 June 1947). King fulsomely thanks Rawson again for dedicating the book to him before discussing the state of India. This leads into a discussion of what Rawson might include in his upcoming book on the Antarctic before discussing the sorry state of Australian politics.

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        Vingt-cinq-et-un poèmes

      Editions de la revue Fontaine. First edition in parts on ordinary paper. Handsome autograph inscription from Tristan Tzara to Raymond Queneau.With 12 full-page drawings by Hans Arp. Editions de la revue Fontaine Paris 1946 14x19,5cm broché

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        Photograph Album relating to U.S. Military Forces, the Burma Road & the India-Burma-China Petroleum Pipeline during World War II.

      1942- 1946. Photo album 11 x 10 inches containing 153 photos ranging in size from 2 x 3 inches to 4 x 5 inches. Very good condition. An album of photos (153 total) relating to U.S. presence in Burma and China with the building of the Burma Road and to the work of the 780 Engineer Petroleum Distribution Company. There are three sections of photos (see below). In the first section photos are captioned. At the back of the album is written the name John Barry Williams with dates 6/23/42 - 1/15/46. Also included is a map of Burma on sheet 14 x 9 3/4 inches with Note in the lower margin "This Map Published according to the approval of the Special Press Advisor Lahore vide his Memo No. 162/2838-P.B. Dated 30th. Janu 1943."China" 6 sepia (or faded color) photos 4 3/4 x 3 1/4 inches - views of the Burma Road and one photo of "Washburn and Jap Flag - Standing on Air Compression Tank."48 black and white photos each approx. 2 3/4 x 4 1/2 inches with some 2 x 3 inches - Kunming, Tsuyung, agricultural work, women and children working on the Burma Road, more views of the Road some with military vehicles, the Salween River Bridge, the Kunming Valley "780 engineer Petroleum Distribution Co. Pipeline. India - Burma - China 1944 & 1945" Sub-heading "India" 7 black and white photos each approx. 2 3/4 x 4 1/2 inches with 4 which are 2 x 3 inches, photos of the platoon Sub-heading "Burma" 5 black and white photos Sub-heading "India" 3 black and white photos Sub-heading "China" 74 black and white photos "Burma and China" 10 black and white photos 4 x 5 inches.

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        Ein Psycholog erlebt das Konzentrationslager. (=Österreichische Dokumente zur Zeitgeschichte ; 1)

      Verlag Jugend u. Volk, Wien 1946 - Erste Ausgabe, illustierte original Broschur, 8°, 130 Seiten; etwas berieben de 500 Buch [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Les manifestes du surréalisme suivis de Prolégomènes à un troisième Manifeste du surréalisme ou non

      New edition, first in part, one advance (service de presse) copy.With an autograph inscription from André Breton to Roger Lannes.  Editions du Sagittaire Paris 1946 12x19cm broché

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        AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED

      Hamden, CT, 1946. Two pages, in ink, on recto and verso of quarto sheet of personal letterhead. Old folds for mailing, otherwise fine. Folding cloth case. Addressed simply: "Gnädigste," and likely to Lucy Tal, his advisor on German language publication, and wife of Viennese publisher Ernest Peter Tal, who emigrated to the U.S. as a consequence of the war. Wilder writes in regard to a return to publication of his work in Germany, noting: "I'd practically forgotten about the war when that little British reminder crept up on me. As to the publishing, there's nothing I want out of it except one thing: since you are no longer publishing, I want my freedom, so as to start all over again. Herlitschka as the translator, but publication centered in Berlin. I've been told that whatever may be the legal, property status of the rights in Austria I am now free to make a separate German publishing arrangement. I'm not impatient myself, but the large amount of letters I get from Germany show that there are readers there waiting." In regard to another unspecified matter, he notes "I don't remember giving any advice ... My mistakes have been as helpful to me as my more judicious actions." He closes, extending Christmas and New Year wishes, noting "I'm starting off to Mexico on January 15th to work. work. work." Signed "Cordially Ever Thornton Wilder."

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        L'enseigne de Gersaint

      Ides et calendes. First edition, one of 60 numbered copies on Ingres Guarro, tirage de tête. A nice copy. Ides et calendes Genève 1946broché

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        La Fontaine aux trois miracles.

      Au Moulin de Pen-Mur 1946 - Illustrations de PERRAUDIN. Paris, Au Moulin de Pen-Mur, 1946, in-4, en feuilles, couverture rempliée, titre imprimé en marron, sous étui et emboîtage cartonné beige, 246 pages. Paul PERRAUDIN (1907-1990), peintre officiel de la Marine depuis 1943 a longuement pratiqué l'enseignement aux Arts Décoratifs. Sa perception très poétique du réel le rattache au mouvement des Peintres de la Réalité Poétique. Les lithographies originales de Paul PERRAUDIN, en deux tons, illustrent cet ouvrage qui conte les guérisons miraculeuses qui s'opèrent, chaque année au moment de la Pentecôte grâce à cette source. Envoi de l'auteur. Tirage limité à 500 exemplaires numérotés. Un des 5 exemplaires sur vélin pur chiffon à la main du Moulin de Pen-Mur (N°4). Exemplaire enrichi d'un dessin original, d'une aquarelle originale avec un envoi de l'artiste, de deux suites des états en un et deux tons. Petites usures à l'emboîtage, étui légèrement insolé. Livres

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        Aquarell-Tuschzeichnung: Sepiafarbene Feldlandschaft mit Strom- u. Telefonleitungen.

      1946 - Dargestellt ist eine bärunlich-grünen Tönen gehaltene Wiese an der sich Telegraphenstangen langziehen bis zu einem Gehöft im Bildhintergrund. Bildgröße: 44 x 53 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt unter Glas gerahmt ( Künstlerrahmung: Rahmenmaß: 64 x 73 cm ). Das Bild unten rechts mit *Turlach* signiert und mit *(19)46* datiert. Das Bild etwas fleckig, der Rahmen etwas beschädigt.>>>Turlach wurde 1902 in Hamburg geboren und verstarb 1996 ebenda. ( vergleiche den umfangreichen Eintrag zu Turlach im *Rump: Lexikon der bildenden Künstler Hamburgs*<<<. ( Bei größeren Bildern leider nur Selbstabholung oder selbst organisierter Abtransport, hier ist kein Versand möglich ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        McSorley's Wonderful Saloon

      The Porcupine Press 1946 - First British edition. 253 p. Dark green cloth with gilt lettering. Very Good. No jacket. Inscribed by the author on the front endpaper to the former owner in blue ink: "For V.H. / Kindest regards / and best wishes / Joseph Mitchell / December 1969." A few pages edges irregularly cut, with some occasional creasing. Gilt a bit rubbed. The author's best-known work, quite uncommon signed. Inscribed during Mitchell's long period of writer's block when he wrote nothing for The New Yorker. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        La Mort et les Statues

      Paris: Editions du Compas, 1946. Paperback. First edition, limited to 475 copies. Very Good paperback with light soiling and moderate foxing to the covers, a touch of foxing to the first page, and a small stain at the gutter of one spread, in the original glassine cover which is separated at one fold and is lacking a third of the front housed in the publisher's card slipcase which is soiled and marked with colored pencil on one side, worn at the opening, and has a short split at one seam. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. In October 1941 the Vichy government decreed that statues of ?no artistic or historic importance? could be unbolted and used for scrap metal. In December, before the statues were sent to Germany to be melted down and at considerable risk to himself, the photographer Pierre Jahan photographed the requisitioned works in a warehouse yard in the XIIth arrondissement of Paris. The photographs were published in 1946 with text by Jean Cocteau. "Arguably the best French photobook to look back on the war in its immediate aftermath...these simple pictures of junked statues speak strongly about loss, about barbarism, about the trashing of culture, and other issues of great importance." [Parr & Badger] Photographs by Pierre Jahan; text by Jean Cocteau. #83 from an edition limited to 450 copies and 25 hors commerce. Unpaginated, printed on Velin pur fil de Lana, with Cocteau's handwritten preface in facsimile laid-in, as issued [52 pages]; 20 full-page gravure-printed b&w plates; 10.25 x 13.25 inches. List of plates. Ref: Parr & Badger, Photobook: A History, Vol. I, p.194-195.

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        La dame aux camà lias. Illustrations de Pallavicini

      1946 - 8vo., original pink stiff card wrappers with glassine and slipcase. Spine sunned otherwise a very good copy. First edition thus, limited to 1060 copies, this letter "C" of 10 "ad personam" lettered copies. The limitation calls for these copies to have three original signed plates but this only has two with no sign of a third being excised. Inscribed "A ma tres chere Fleur de Federico 26 August 50." Fleur Cowles toured Europe after WW2 researching printing techniques for her projected new magazine Flair. "With delight, in Paris, Rome and Milan I studied the techniques and presses, sought out handmade papers, talked with designers. I returned enriched by their experience and genuine helpfulness. I found a brought with me Prince Pallavicini, a gifted artist-designer escapee from Hungary whom I found in Milan, and for whom I arranged a stateless person's passport." [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        U.S.A. Trilogy: The 42nd Parallel; Nineteen Nineteen; and The Big Money [3 Volumes]

      Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1946. Signed Limited Edition. Very Good. Signed. 3 vols. Limited illustrated edition, first thus. One of 365 copies [of which 350 were for sale] signed by John Dos Passos and the illustrator Reginald Marsh. Fine, with a small strip of toning to cloth at spine ends. Top edges with exceptionally bright and fresh gilt, though one volume has a small, faint scuff. In Very Good un-printed dust jackets with title windows; spine panels a bit toned and lightly worn. In Very Good publisher's slip case, with rubbing and glue repairs to joints.

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        Research Portfolio of English solicitor Sir Robert Ricketts, with Letters from WWII Vice-Consul in Spain. Investigations Into Spy Episode Which Formed the Basis for the Movie THE MAN WHO NEVER WAS

      England, 1946-2004, 1946. Research portfolio of English solicitor Sir Robert Ricketts, 7th Baronet Ricketts, endeavoring to ascertain the particulars of the "true incident" which inspired the plan for Operation Mincement, and the fate of the mysterious 'Man Who Never Was.' Comprises 3 signed letters, 9 photographs, 17 newspaper articles and announcements, 1 calling card, 2 maps, and 7 pages of personal notes. Of special interest are two early letters from 1946 by Captain Guy Dingwall Williams, Vice-Consulate and Assistant British Naval Attaché in Madrid, who collected some of the deceased aviator's garments at the site of the Barrosa Catalina crash near Cadiz one year prior to Operation Mincement. The third letter is from Ralph Bennett, author and historian who worked for four years at Bletchley Park as a senior producer of the intelligence (Ultra). Documents and photographs range in size; the manuscript notes are initialed R.C.R. [Robert Cornwallis Ricketts]; the lot is in excellent condition, contained in plastic sleeves in a binder, neatly organized and indexed for easy reference. One of the most successful wartime deceptions ever attempted was a scheme called "Operation Mincemeat," a plan to deceive the Germans into believing that Allied forces were planning to attack in Greece, as opposed to their true aim, Sicily. To this end, the British carefully prepared a corpse, disguised as a British Royal Marines officer, and carrying a briefcase of secret documents. These papers, complete with original signatures from the War Office, together with proper identification proving the concocted identity of a Major Martin, and typical personalia of a military man, revealed a fictitious Allied plan for an invasion of Greece, coined "Operation Brimstone." From a submarine, at 4:15 am on 30 April 1943, the body was made to drift onto the shores of Spain. The body of 'Major Martin' was found at around 9:30 am by a Spanish fisherman. it was taken to Huelva by Spanish soldiers, where it was handed over to a naval judge. Upon performing an autospy and other investigations, the Spanish deemed the man to have died from 'asphyxiation through immersion in the sea.' The information was passed to the Germans on May 8th, and the German intelligence department did in fact accept the documents as authentic, subsequently diverting much of their defensive effort from Sicily to Greece. Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Rommel was sent to Greece to assume command. The Germans transferred a group of "R boats" from Sicily, laid three additional minefields off the Greek coast, and moved three panzer divisions to Greece from other fronts. With the Allied invasion of Sicily, codenamed Operation Husky, which lasted from 9 July to 17 August 1943, the island of Sicily was successfully taken from the Axis powers (Italy and Germany). Since the epic wartime deception, questions have arisen as to the body's true identity, as well as the origin of the scheme itself. The present archive is the work of one man who was seeking to answer the question of origin. Sir Robert Cornwallis Gerald St Leger Ricketts (1917-2005), 7th Baronet Ricketts, was a solicitor who practised at Stroud, in Gloucestershire He graduated from Magdalene College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, in 1943 with a Master of Arts (M.A.). In 1944 he was in Spain, serving with the army as Assistant Deputy Fortress Commander at Gibraltar. From 1945 to 1946 he was Aide-de-Camp to the Lieutenant-Governor of Jersey. He a practising solicitor in 1949, and became a partner of Wellington & Clifford. His wife, who is seen with him in one of the photographs, was Anne Theresa Ricketts, a daughter of British politician Sir Stafford Cripps who Churchill appointed ambassador to the Soviet Union in 1942. She was made CBE for her work as chairman of the National Association of Citizens' Advice Bureaux. Their son, Robert Tristram Ricketts, 8th Baronet, was born on April 17 1946. [The Ricketts baronetcy had been created in 1828 for Sir Robert Tristram Ricketts, an admiral in the Royal Navy who served the Napoleonic Wars and in the War of 1812.] A morbidly clever World War II strategy which utilized a human corpse for a grand deception is investigated by British nobleman Sir Robert Cornwallis Gerald St Leger Ricketts (1917-2005) who is particularly interested in the "true story" - the inspiration for the unusually macabre plot devised by the otherwise conservative and high-principled British Government. As a young lad serving in the Royal Army during the Second World War, Ricketts was posted in Gibraltar the year after "Operation Mincemeat", and only two years after the preceding tragic incident which occurred on a Gibraltar beach in September 1942, the latter of which he believed inspired the former - a most egregious yet victorious 1943 British Intelligence Strategy. According to a captioned photograph taken on the grounds of Government House in January 1944, Ricketts was serving as Assistant Deputy Fortress Commander at Gibraltar, and evidently acquainted with three of the Governor's assistants. These connections surely provided Ricketts with details then unknown to the public, enough to pique his curiosity and raise further questions, in particular of the crash of an RAF FP119 seaplane Barrosa Catalina near Cadiz in 1942, and of the body of the plane's pilot, Eric Turner, to be washed ashore with a secret letter for authorities still present in his pocket. Seeking primary source information, in 1946 Ricketts wrote to his friend Captain Guy Dingwall Williams "Don Guido" (1889-1959), who was British Vice-Consulate in Spain during the war. The portfolio contains two (2) response letters from Williams, specifically recollecting details surrounding the RAF seaplane crash of 1942. Affixed to the letter, Williams includes three news clippings pertaining to the incident. Residing with his wife Nina in Cadiz at the time, Guy Williams describes scouring the shore and finding some clothing which belonged to Lieutenant Turner of the felled aircraft. Excerpts from letters by Captain Williams, dated 13 and 26 March, 1946, respectively : "Now, with regard to the Barrosa Catalina... as far as I was involved... 18th October 1942,, we picked up a pyjama coat marked E.J. Turner..." "... the Catalina crashed on or about the 25th September 1942, and when we went down on Sunday the 27th, our keeper told us that he had heard an explosion... that the day before, viz. Saturday the 26th (?)... the two bodies had been washed up and also a dispatch case with papers on the beach within half a mile of our little house." "... the Spanish Authorities warned Algeciras who in their turn told Gibraltar... Bobby... brought the bodies back and when they were searched in Gibraltar an envelope containing the most "Top secret" letter addressed to the Governor of Gibraltar was found in a pocket..." "... what had been picked up... several lists of names... must have been some form of black list. Further bodies and wreckage were washed up afterwards." "Collie [British Consul at Cadiz] at one time assured me that the Spaniards knew everything... the Admiral at San Fernando was very pro-German..." "Collie from Cadiz... had been told for a fact that the papers found on the beach had been sent up by hand by a naval officer called Cuvillo very urgently and with strict orders that he was to hand them personally to Franco in Madrid, and that Franco passed them on at once to the German Embassy, who said they were too late to do anything but they sent them to Berlin. I do not think this can be very true... Berlin could have found plenty of time to look into the question of the huge North African convoy crossing the Atlantic..." We also find a signed letter addressed to Ricketts, 28 June 1994, from Ralph Bennett, an author and historian who worked at Bletchley Park during the Second World War. In his letter he mentions Bletchley's 'Ultra' Secret; he acknowledges receipt of notes from Ricketts on the 1942 crash which inspired the movie 'The Man Who Never Was'; and he discusses his books. [Bennett wrote, "Behind the Battle: Intelligence in the War with Germany, 1939-45," published in London, 1994, and several other works on Second World War intelligence.] In 1953 Ricketts travelled to Spain with his wife Anne Theresa to visit the beach where the bodies and debris had been found in 1942, staying at the residence of Guy Williams. A photograph here shows the Ricketts, together with Williams and his wife Nina, as well as the affluent wine and sherry merchant John Harvey, at the Madrid airport. [Ricketts most likely became friends with Captain Guy Dingwall Wiliams during the war while both were in Spain. Popularily known as Don Guido, Captain Wiliams was sent to Cadiz to control revolutionary activities in Spain and to set up a so-called anti-Bolshevik Department. They later had a connection through family as well, Ricketts' wife being the daughter of Sir Stafford Cripps, and Guy Williams' sister having married Lady Islabel Cripps' brother.] Also of interest, he includes a photograph of Lieutenant General Sir Frank Noel Mason-MacFarlane, Governor of Gibraltar from 1942 to 1944, and the intended recipient of the letter being carried by aviator Turner. This image makes an interesting diplomatic connection between Governor MacFarlane and Ricketts' father-in-law Sir Stafford Cripps by way of a 1941 mission to Moscow. The important discovery in 1996 which finally revealed the true name of the body used for Operation Mincemeat, and which was substantiated with an official statement by the British Government, evidently re-ignited Ricketts' interest in the mysterious affair. Having consistently gathered more information through the decades, in 1997 he began making manuscript notes, continuing until the year before his passing in 2004, to connect the details and summarize the events of this great puzzle. [In 1996 Roger Morgan, an amateur historian from London, uncovered an array of evidence in the Public Record Office revealing the identity of the corpse, not as that of a Major Martin, but that of a Welsh labourer named Glyndwr Michael. Research done by historian Christopher Andrew came to the same conclusion, which he published in his book on the history of the Secret Service entitled "The Defence of the Realm". Cementing the theory, at least for most, in 1998, the Commonwealth War Graves Commission added an inscription on Major Martin?s grave in Huelva which reads "Glyndwr Michael served as Major William Martin." The research of Canadian Professor Denis Smyth, published in 2010 in his book, "Operation Mincemeat: Death, Deception and the Mediterranean D-Day", would further supporting these claims.] A fascinating war story still shrouded with ongoing controversy, most of the speculation surrounds the proof of true identity of the body. Others such as Baron Ricketts, seek to uncover the roots of the bizarre and ingenious plan. It is most widely accepted that approximately one month after the Turner crash, British intelligence officer Charles Cholmondeley of MI5 outlined a plan based on the tragedy, a plan which was improved upon by Ewen Montagu, Naval intelligence officer and Judge Advocate of the Fleet. Historian and author Ben Macintyre and others, believe that the plan was conceived by Ian Fleming, an assistant to the head of British Naval Intelligence, and later the creator of James Bond. Fleming evidently claims that he'd lifted the idea from a detective novel. .

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        La Rapée".

      Editions du Pavois 1946 - Vingt-trois pointes sèches par André JACQUEMIN. Paris, Editions du Pavois, 1946, in-4, en feuilles, sous couverture rempliée, titre imprimé en rouge, sous emboîtage cartonné, 84 pp. Ouvrage dans lequel André JACQUEMIN, illustre de manière personnelle, le destin tragique d'une femme de notaire devenue clocharde et qui mit fin à ses jours sur le Pont Neuf. Texte orné de sept in-texte, huit bandeaux, et huit culs-de-lampe, gravés sur cuivre par André JACQUEMIN. Tirage limité à 285 exemplaires. Un des 250 exemplaires sur papier pur Chiffon des papeteries de Rives. Livres

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        SAGGIO SULLA VIRTU' E IL MERITO

      EINAUDI, 1946. ITALIANO 0,12 Vol. n. 59 della collana, a cura di Eugenio Garin, pagine brunite ai bordi causa tempo, coperta morbida illustrata leggermente ingiallita e con lievi segni di usura ai bordi, con velina USATO

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        Anglers Guide to Tasmania With maps and photographs

      Launceston: The Examiner Press. December1946. 'Second edition' [really a second impression of the first issue of August 1946]. Small 8vo. 96pp, 5 sketch maps (2 full-page), 2 city street plans, illustrations & advertisements. Stapled in pictorial wrappers, as issued; the spine a little sunned, slight crease across the foot of the front cover. A very good clean copy. .

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        Dachau

      Ljubljana: Ljudska pravica [] 1946 - 4º, [1] printed title, 32 images, [1] index. Original colour printed card cover, staples. Good condition, binding hardly noticeable age toned with soft folds, paper slightly age-toned, manuscript signature in ink on title page. One of the earliest published series of images of a concentration camp after the WW II. - A series of 32 images from the concentration camp in Dachau were based on the sketches made in situ, by an academic painter Bruno Vavpoti?, who was a prisoner in Dachau between 1943 &#150; 1945. The collection is dedicated to "all the victims of Dachau". The book was published by a Slovenian press "Ljudska pravica", the follower of the underground Partisan press, in 1946, just one year after the end of the WW II. The images show the prisoners, bodies, crematorium, tents of the liberators (Allies), Bruno Vavpoti? (2904-1995) was a Czech born artist, who received his education in art and theatre design in Ljubljana, Vienna and Prague. After the WW II he returned to Slovenia, after he lived until his death. The cover of the book is designed as a prison uniform of the Dachau prisoners. Biblography: Znidar?i?, Asta: Vavpoti?, Bruno (1904&#150;1995). Slovenska biografija. Slovenska akademija znanosti in umetnosti, Znanstvenoraziskovalni center SAZU, 2013. (12. januar 2017). Izvirna objava v: Slovenski biografski leksikon: 13. zv. Trubar - Vodaine.Alfonz Gspan, Jo&#158;e Munda in Fran Petrè Ljubljana, Slovenska akademija znanosti in umetnosti, 1982.

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