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        A Streetcar Named Desire

      New York: New Directions. 1947. First. First edition. Fine in a very good or better, price-clipped dustwrapper with a little edgewear and slight tanning to the spine. Advance Review Copy with slip laid in. Pulitzer Prize-winning drama highspot, basis for innumerable revivals and an explosive Elia Kazan film featuring Marlon Brando, Vivien Leigh, Karl Malden, and Kim Hunter. Ironically, Brando, in his signature performance, was the only one of the quartet who didn't win an Oscar. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE

      New Directions. New York. 1947. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. (9.3 x 6.3 inches). Neat previous owners name (New York, 1958) on the front free endpaper. Bump to the top of the spine and lower hinge and bottom outer corners but overall a bright and fresh copy in the publishers pink paper covered boards with black and white lettering and illustrations, by Lustig. Original near very good dustwrapper, which reproduces the designs and lettering on the boards, with the price ($2.75) still intact on the inner flap. Spine is a bit faded, although the lettering still very readable and there is some chipping to the top and bottom of the spine. One closed tear (about 1 inch long) without any loss to the top edge of the front panel. Overall a presentable copy of this classic American play.

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        A Streetcar Named Desire

      New York: New Directions,, 1947. Octavo. Original purple boards decorated in white and black. With the dust jacket. Boards a little rubbed at the edges with a few minor bumps, spine and edges faded, wear to ends of spine, contents lightly tanned to margins, rear endpapers partially browned from inserted newspaper clipping. A very good copy in the price-clipped, rubbed, nicked, and tanned jacket with a few short closed tears and two chips from the lower panel. First edition, first printing.

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        Aesop's Fables

      New York: Viking, 1947. Fifth. hardcover. very good. Artzybasheff, Boris. Edited and illustrated with 20 wood engravings by Boris Artzybasheff. 86pp. Thin 8vo, red cloth with paper labels on cover and spine (top of front cover slightly faded and with small white stain below label). New York: Viking Press, 1947. Fifth printing. A very good copy, with a full page original pen and ink drawing and 3 line presentation by the artist on the half-title.

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        A Streetcar Named Desire

      A New Directions Book, New York 1947 - 8vo. 171 pp. Spine ends and corners lightly bumped and rubbed, lightly shaken, edges lightly rubbed. Dustjacket is in three pieces, separated at spine and front dj flap. Cover is bright and clean, tight. A first edition of the classic drama by Tennessee Williams. "Now, then, let me look at your. But don't you look at me, Stella, no,no,no, not till later, not till I've bathed and rested! And turn that over-light off! Turn that off! I won't be looked at in this merciless glare! Come back here now! Oh, my baby! Stella! Stella for Star! I thought you would never come back to this horrible place!" [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Arcane 17 enté d'ajours.

      Sagittaire 1947 - - Sagittaire, Paris 1947, 12x19cm, broché. - Troisième édition en partie originale, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Envoi autographe signé de l'auteur à Maurice Noël sur la page de faux-titre. Pâle mouillure en pied du dos et courant très discrètement en marge inférieure des feuillets. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Electronic machinery for handling information, and its uses in insurance. Offprint

      1947. <p>Berkeley, Edmund C. (1909-88). Electronic machinery for handling information, and its uses in insurance. Offprint from Transactions of the Actuarial Society of America 48 (1947). 36-52pp. 228 x 153 mm. Original printed wrappers, a few tiny spots, almost invisible staple-holes in front wrapper. Very good copy. Former owner&#146;s name-stamp (Clifford J. Maloney) on wrappers. </p><p>First Edition, Offprint Issue. The first published paper on the commercial application of electronic / electromechanical computing in private industry (outside of the telephone company). Drawing on material that he would later publish in his famous Giant Brains or Machines that Think (1949), Berkeley described the four large-scale computing machines then in operation&#151;MIT&#146;s Differential Analyzer; Harvard&#146;s Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator; the Moore School&#146;s ENIAC; and Bell Laboratories&#146; Relay Calculator&#151;and discussed the machines&#146; information-processing capabilities and their potential uses in the insurance industry. &#147;It is natural to call these machines mechanical or electronic brains and to speak of them as machinery that thinks. This new machinery is certain to have far-reaching effects in all fields where the handling of information is the bulk of the work. . . . Much of the material in this paper is taken from a forthcoming book on the subject by the present writer, and is used by special permission of the publisher&#148; (p. 36). </p><p>Berkeley, a seminal figure in the history of modern computing, was introduced to computing (using punched-card machine methods) while working as an actuary at Prudential Insurance. In 1942 he joined the Navy and was assigned to the Harvard Computation Laboratory, where he worked with Howard Aiken on the Harvard Mark II. In 1946 Berkeley returned to Prudential where he helped create a prototype premium billing trial for the Harvard Mark I and participated in studies that led to Prudential&#146;s purchase of one of the first UNIVAC I computers. He also began working on Giant Brains and in 1947 founded the Association for Computing Machinery. In 1948 he left Prudential to found his own company, and in 1951 he began editing and publishing Computers and Automation (later renamed Computers and People), the first periodical specifically devoted to computing. He also headed his own publishing firm, consulted for industry, and invented and sold several build-it-yourself electronic computers and small robots (Simon, Squee, Tyniac, Brainiac, etc.) as educational tools. In his later years he became known as the conscience of the computer industry through his often-expressed belief that computers should be used not for military or destructive purposes, but only for the benefit of society. </p>

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        HELLBOX.

      Random House (1947)., New York: - First edition. INSCRIBED, "To Bob Kriendler -- I'll write them as long as you collect them --- I hope. John O'Hara 11 July 1947." Kriendler was a U.S. Attorney in New York City, and perhaps related to the Kriendlers of the 21 Club. Fine in dust jacket with quarter-inch chip at top of spine (but otherwise near fine). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Het Damspel

      Het Damspel 1947 - Fascicules in-8 ou in-4, 24 années complètes de la revue 'Het Damspel, de l'année 1947 à l'année 1970 (année complète de seulement 8 numéros) revue en hollandais, mensuelle ; bel état. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        [Typescript]: Summer and Smoke

      January 1947. Carbon typescript. Quarto. (4), 147, (1)pp. Sheets bradbound in the blue "Liebling-Wood" folder of Williams&#39;s agent, Audrey Wood. The light blue wrappers are moderately worn with wear to the extremities with tears and chips, the page ends are also worn, and the brads have pulled through the front wrap and part of the first page, about very good. The typescript for Williams&#39;s 1948 play about a refined minister&#39;s daughter from Glorious Hill, Mississippi, who falls for the unsophisticated young doctor who lives next door.This early version of the play, labeled "January 1947," is the one used during its first production in Dallas, Texas, in July 1947 by Margo Jones, before its New York debut in October of the following year. Though it ran for 102 weeks it was considered something of a disappointment as a follow-up to Williams&#39;s incredibly successful A Streetcar Named Desire" which immediately preceded it. The play was revived in 1952 off Broadway with a now legendary performance by Geraldine Page as Alva, and was later made into a 1962 film directed by Peter Glenville with Laurence Harvey, Rita Moreno, and Page, who received an Oscar nomination for best actress. .

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        The Beautiful Changes and Other Poems.

      Reynal & Hitchcock, New York 1947 - First edition. Octavo, original beige cloth. Inscribed by the author, "The Beautiful changes as a forest is changes Richard Wilbur". Near fine in an excellent dust jacket that shows some light wear to the extremities. The American poet and literary translator Richard Wilbur twice won the 1957 and 1989 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry and was appointed the second Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress in 1987. The Beautiful Changes and Other Poems is first novel which contribution to his first reception of the Pulitzer Prize. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Bulldog Drummond Stands Fast

      London: Hodde & Stoughton, [1947] - "For Ronnie ' One Drummond to another!' Gerard Fairlie 1947." Colman played the part twice in the movies First edition. 8vo. . Blue cloth. Fine [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Autograph Note Signed

      Lenox, [Mass.], oct. 13, 1947. 8-3/4 x 6-1/4 inches. Pen and ink on paper. Binding holes in left margin, else fine . "Your pictures were good seventeen years ago, the were excellent ten years ago and they are wonderful now. I hope we will be here in another ten, twenty and thirty years from now; you taking pictures, me admiring them and raving that they are magnificent, superb, unsurpassed, in short: not bad, not bad at all. "With best wishes "Stefan Lorant "Lenox, Oct. 13, 1947" Stefan Lorant (1901-1997) is widely acknowledged as a founder of modern pictorial journalism. Born into a family of studio photographers in Budapest, he pursued a career in silent-film making in Vienna and Berlin, then went on to both found and edit illustrated magazines in Germany, Hungary, and England. As editor of the Münchner Illustrierte Presse, Lorant transformed it into the first modern photojournalistic paper in Europe; his political commentaries after the Nazi putsch in 1933 enraged Hitler, who ordered him imprisoned. A year later, he was released through the intercession of the Hungarian government and began editing a paper in Budapest. Lorant wrote a memoir, I Was Hitler's Prisoner, and took the manuscript to London; it was published in 1935. Lorant became editor of Odham's Weekly Illustrated and then the influential British magazine Picture Post. "His innovative layouts, his 'exclusive' interviews and thirst for knowledge became a familiar part of millions of everyday lives, largely through his own creations, and in particular the legendary media icon Picture Post. His vision of photography as a documentary medium inspired Life and Look magazines in America" (biographer Michael Hallett). In 1940 he came to America where he wrote and edited pictorial history books, including the noted Lincoln: His Life in Photographs

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        SODALIZIO - 1947 - 1951 - rivista del circolo artistico Bologna - Direttore ITALO CINTI - TUTTO IL PUBBLICATO., Bologna, Anonima arti grafiche, 1947

      - Il percorso culturale della rivista è fortemente influenzato dall'attivit? artistica del suo direttore ed animatore ITALO CINTI (Copparo 1898 -.Bologna 1968),con un trascorso giovanile nel FUTURISMO e poi lui stesso valente pittore, scenografo e architetto (con mostre a Bonn,Vienna, Dusseldorf, Monaco). Alcuni artisti collaboratori del SODALIZIO discendono da queste esperienze che tenevano sempre ben presenti gli eventi "bolognesi" La rivista è ricchissima di foto ed illustrazioni su capolavori di pittura e scultura (con molte copertine e tavole fuori testo all'interno dei numeri) , ma anche la letteratura veniva ben rappresentata, con scritti di. Zucchini, Cavicchioli, Lionello Fiumni, V, Guidi, PIER PAOLO PASOLINI (sul n. 1 del 1948 e sul n.2 del 1948 - poesia in friulano), FARFA, Marcello Gallian, Renata Vigano' AUGUSTO MAJANI (sul n. 2/3 del 1947 mostra in suo onore ed alcune sue valide illustrazioni) e tanti altri. Lungo la vita del periodico, variano i sottotitoli ed il formato ANNO PRIMO 1947 - rivista del circolo artistico Bologna -17 x 24 , pp.8 - n. 1 (marzo) , 2-3 (aprile-maggio), 4 (giugno) n. 5 (dicembre) formato 21 x 27,5) ANNO SECONDO 1948 - Voce del circolo artistico - 21 x 27,5 pp.20. n. 1 (gennaio), 2 (febbr-marzo), 3 (aprile-maggio), 4 (giugno-luglio), 5 (ago.-settembre), 6 (ottobre) MANCANTE, 7-8 (novembre-dicembre). ANNO TERZO 1949 - rivista di arti e lettere - 21 x 27,5 pp.24-34. n. 1 (genn.-febbraio), n. 2 (marzo-aprile), 3 (maggio.-giugno), 4 (luglio-agosto), 5 (sett-ottobre), 6 (nov-dicembre). ANNO QUARTO 1950 - rivista Internazionale di arti e lettere - formato uguale. n. 1 (genn-febbraio), 2 (marzo-aprile), 3 (maggio.giugno), 4-5-6 (luglio.-dicembre pp.48.) gli altri sono di pp. 24. ANNO QUINTO 1951 - rivista Internazionale di arti e lettere- formato uguale. N. 1 (genn-febbraio), 2 (marzo-aprile), 3 )(maggio-giugno), 4 (luglio-agosto), n. 5-6 (settembre - dicembre ULTIMO USCITO). Questa rara collezione di TUTTO IL PUBBLICATO, presente completa in sole tre biblioteche italiane, viene offerta a

      [Bookseller: Ferraguti service s.a.s. - Rivisteria]
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        DE LA SIERRA BRAVIA. Recuerdos de caza mayor en 35 estampas relatadas más un cuento ilustrado con un retrato del autor, por D.MANUEL BENEDITO. Texto y dibs. del autor, grabs. por Hauser y Menet.

      Imp. S.Aguirre, Madrid 1947 - Folio, 1h, retrato grab, port, 52h, 39 láminas, ils. Texto a 2 tintas. Edición de 600 ejs. numerados y firmados por el autor (ejemplar nº95). Ed. de Bibliófilo. Rúst. (con tapas tela edit. estampada, muy leves manchas). 1947

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        The Other House

      [New York:] New Directions,, 1947. With an Introduction by Leon Edel. Octavo. Original red cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the supplied dust jacket. Spine faded, gilt titles dulled, white and black spots to upper board, faint spotting to endpapers and scattered through contents. A very good copy in the jacket with a small nick and short closed tear to the toned spine panel and an overprice stamp to the front flap. Originally published in 1896, this copy is inscribed on the front free endpaper with sixteen lines of notes by C. S. Lewis, who signs his name at the top of the page and then writes, "There are bits of dialogue in this so bad that it is hard to imagine a grown-up writing them&#133;". He goes on to quote and critique several passages from this work and also from Portrait of a Lady.

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        POSTER - Plaza de Toros de Vista-Alegre. - Bilbao

      1947 - This is not a book but a wonderfully colourful ORIGINAL 1946 Spanish Bullfighting Poster. Measuring 107cm x 54cm, it is by J. Reus and it advertises a bullfighting event in Bilbao for 5 October 1947 starring the matadors Jose Gomez Gallito de Dos Hermanas, Manuel Franco Cardeno and Antonio Chaves Flores. The poster was printed by Ortega of Valencia and it bears the printer's name at the bottom and also the square stamp of authenticity to the lower right side with a print number of 1588. The brittle poster, whilst all original, has folds and creases, as well as light damage to the top edge. All of this could be rectified by a skilled archivist and, of course, the poster would be best conserved by professional linen-backing. We believe that few of these would have survived so long in anything approaching collectable condition, as they were meant to be pasted up on billboards. Our shop acquired this poster (one of a collection of 5) many years ago from a customer who used to live in Spain. We're now having a clear out of our basement and we have decided to put it on sale internationally. The poster will be sent, well packed, in a sturdy tube. Please note that by selling such a piece of original art, we do not necessarily approve of or support the sport of bullfighting.

      [Bookseller: The Bookshop on the Heath Ltd]
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        The Labours of Hercules

      The Crime Club, 1947 - Published in London by The Crime Club, 1947. First Edition (correct date on copyright page and no statement of later printing). Book very good, with minor edgewear, slight creasing and fading on spine. DJ (second state based on price and titles listed on flap) very good, slight chipping at spine ends and corners, slight wearing and creasing along top and bottom edges and joints. DJ price reads "4s. 6d.". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Streetcar Named Desire

      New Directions, NY 1947 - Previous owner's neat ownership stamp to ffep. The first edition of this book, bound in pink boards, printed in black and white. Book is stunning with no discernible flaws. The dustwrapper shows some yellowing to top edge of front panel and crinkling and minor closed tears to top of back panel. A beautiful copy of this book that is seldom encountered in this condition. The author's most desirable first edition. The $2.75 price on the bottom flap of the front d.w. is intact. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Michael J. Toth, Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Notes sur le rire.

      Nagel 1947 - - Nagel, Paris 1947, 12x19cm, broché. - Edition originale, un des 100 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin du Marais, seuls grands papiers. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Truman signed ornate Certificate and White House Citation for Secretary of the Treasury John W. Snyder?s Significant Role in <I>?the successful prosecution of the war?</I> providing the tools <I>?with which to forge the weapons for victory??</I> ? Snyder directed the financing of the facilities at Oak Ridge for the construction of the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki which effectively ended World War II

      Custom-made Scrapbook, five black sheets, 14? x 11?, green morocco softcover, gilt-lined at perimeter of front cover. Imprinted in gilt in the center ?The Medal for Merit? and in the lower right, ?John W. Snyder.? A color image of the Medal for Merit, 2.5? x 6?, is tipped to the first page. The following two signed documents are tipped to two separate sheets:(1) Engraved Document Signed ?Harry S Truman? as ?Commander-in-Chief? and ?Dean Acheson? as Acting Secretary of State, one page, 12? x 9.75?. Washington, March 29, 1947. The words ?Novus Ordo Seclorum? (?New Order for the Ages? ?" Latin) is embossed at top center. Appearing on the reverse of the Great Seal of the United States, it appears on the back of the one dollar bill. The text, (all in upper case) in full, ?The United States of America / To all who shall see these presents, Greeting: / This is to Certify that / the President of the United States of America / in accordance with the

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        Dark Carnival

      Arkham House, Sauk City, Wisconsin 1947 - Arkham House, Sauk City, Wisconsin, 1947. Bradbury's first published book. 3,112 copies were printed by Arkham House. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Jacket Condition: Good. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. Inscribed and Signed by author: "To Earl D. Leeth, with my best wishes from Ray Bradbury May-1947". Book Condition Details: Edge worn on front and back of cover. Top and bottom right corners on front of jacket chipped. Shelf wear on top and bottom of spine and back of book. Foxing on inside front and back. The binding is fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The First Watch

      NY, Marguerite and Louis Henry Cohn, 1947, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. First and only edition, No. 4 of only 60 copies printed by Ward Ritchie, the first 10 copies went to Steinbeck with the remainder going to the Cohns (House of Books) for Christmas gift presentation, Goldstone & Payne A26a, Morrow 199 and 200, laid in loosely is a descriptive sheet from a Southern California bookseller about the book and how this copy was sold by Steinbeck&#39;s second wife, Gwen, with its original white paper envelope which is also No. 4, now housed in a custom clamshell case. Fine.

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        A MASQUE OF MERCY

      Henry Holt, NY 1947 - Limited edition of 751 numbered copies signed by Frost on the limitation page. Copy #223. Printed at The Spiral Press. Glassine dustwrap. Slipcase. The slipcase has two small rubs on the paper covering; otherwise, it is in Fine condition. The dustwrap has a two inch closed tear on the spine fold and a chip at the spine topedge, a one inch tear on the rear panel topedge and minor edgewear; the tears have internal tape reinforcement; it is in Very Good condition. The book is tight and bright; it is in Fine condition. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Revere Books, ABAA & IOBA]
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        Shakespeare in Harlem

      Alfred A. Knopf, 1947. First Edition, 3rd Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1947: First Edition, Third Printing. Signed by Langston Hughes on the first page, inscribed to the previous owner. In Very Good condition. Light wear to bottom of spine. The dust jacket shows light edge wear with light loss. Light tanning to the rear panel. Rare signed.

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        L'Ingénieux Hidalgo Don Quichotte de la Manche. Traduit par Louis Viardot. Imagé par René de Pauw.

      Éditions Terres Latines, Bruxelles 1947 - Rústica editorial, estuche. 4 vols. Ilustraciones en madera en color. Magnifica impresión sobre fuerte papel. Ejemplar nº 354/2000 Palau, 53027

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        c1947 PHOTOGRAPHIC AND TYPESCRIPT JOURNAL OF A MARINE FROM TENNESSEE - SUPER RELIC OF WWII BY A CHARMING NEAR POETIC SURVIVOR OF GUADALCANAL

      TENNESSEE NEW CALEDONIA GUADALCANAL SOUTH PACIFIC 1947 - On offer is a sensational relic of World War II being a photographic diary with accompanying typescript journal commentary by an unidentified soldier from Tennessee. The Marine did a brilliant job putting together a handmade diary illustrated with two groups of photographs [the kind you might have gotten in the PX during the War]. Our sense is that the author has either returned to the area or hasn't yet left the arena of the War but soon after the War our author begins this charming retelling of experiences both good and terrible in the South Pacific. He uses twenty-five photographs and then details and stories relating to the people he was with or the scenes depicted in the photos. It is heartbreaking and heartwarming all at the same time. The soldier does not tell us his name but he makes references to being from Tennessee. He writes of taking a ship to New Caledonia and of people he worked with and situations he encountered. A great deal of his time was spent in Guadalcanal. In one moving passage he tells the story of his friend and mentor Howard H. [Gabby] Gould III; a soldier during World War I who reenlisted after Pearl Harbor. He became a drill sergeant and then made his way to New Caledonia. There he learned that he was considered unfit for overseas duty. Heartbreakingly Gabby dies of a broken heart 2 weeks after being shipped stateside. This is one of the most unique WWII relics we have come across. VG+. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall

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        Société Technique et économique pour l'aménagement du Canal des Deux-Mers : Canal Maritime Océan-Méditerranée. Avant-Projet 1947. Dossier n°13 [ Détail des pièces : 0 :Bordereau des Pièces du dossier ; 1 : Mémoire descriptif ; 2 : Carte d'ensemble 1/200.000 ; 3 : Profil en long général 1/2000 - 1/200.000 ; 4 : Plan de situation topographique (manque) ; 5 : Profils en travers type 1/500 ; 6 : Profil en long général géologique (manque) ; 7 : Rapport géologique de M. le Professeur Lugeon avec avant-propos ; 8 : Ecluse-type de 22m20 de hauteur de chute. Plan d'ensemble et coupes 1/2000 ; 9 : Ecluse type de 22m20 plan coupe (manque) ; 10 : Ecluse type de 22m20 de hauteur de chute. coupes transversales 1/500 ; 11 : Barrage type de Blagnac sur la

      S.T.E.A.C. 1947 - Dossier technique sous chemise in-4, 22 octobre 1947, comprenant 22 pièces (sur 25). Bordereau des pièces du dossier : 0 :Bordereau des Pièces du dossier ; 1 : Mémoire descriptif ; 2 : Carte d'ensemble 1/200.000 ; 3 : Profil en long général 1/2000 - 1/200.000 ; 4 : Plan de situation topographique (manque) ; 5 : Profils en travers type 1/500 ; 6 : Profil en long général géologique (manque) ; 7 : Rapport géologique de M. le Professeur Lugeon avec avant-propos ; 8 : Ecluse-type de 22m20 de hauteur de chute. Plan d'ensemble et coupes 1/2000 ; 9 : Ecluse type de 22m20 plan coupe (manque) ; 10 : Ecluse type de 22m20 de hauteur de chute. coupes transversales 1/500 ; 11 : Barrage type de Blagnac sur la Garonne. Elévation côté amot et plan coupe 1/200 ; 12 : Barrage-type de Blagnac sur la Garonne. Coupe transversale 1/200 ; 13 : Pont-Canal de Montech sur la Garonne. Plan d'ensemble en élévation au 1/1000 et 1/1500 ; 14 : Pont-Canal de Montech sur la Garonne coupes 1/200 ; 15 : Ouvrages de garde. Pkan et coupes ; 16 : Pont-Mobile ascenseur. Elévation coupe au 1/500 ; 17 : Pont-mobile basculant à la volée. Elévation et coupe au 1/500 ; 18 : Tunnels. Route. Coupes transversales 1/50 ; 19 : Perspective d'un chantier normal de déblais en terre et en rocher ; 20 : Perspective de grands remblais à l'Est du Pont-Canal de Montech sur la garonne ; 21 : Perspective des chantiers de terrassements de la tranchée de Naurouse ; 22 : Carte d'ensemble des besoins et des ressources en matériaux de construction. Lieu d'utilisation. Moyens et distances de transports 1/200.000 ; 23 : Devis estimatif et récapitulation générale (adapté au prix 1947 par les Entreprises A. Borie et C. Montcocul) ; 24 : Rapport économique Rare exemplaire du dernier dossier d'avant-projet proposé par la Société Technique et économique pour l'aménagement du Canal des Deux-Mers en octobre 1947. Fondée en juillet 1928, la STEAC avait déjà présenté des avant-projets en mars 1931, juin 1932, juin et novembre 1933 et mai 1939. Aux dimensions gigantesques (ouvert aux plus grands paquebots et cuirassés), ce canal devait partir du sud de Bordeaux pour déboucher sur la Méditerranée près de Narbonne. Le présent exemplaire contient 22 sur les 25 pièces indiquées. On s'aperçoit que tous les espoirs de construction du Canal n'avaient pas disparu avec la guerre. Avec toutes ses élévations et ses coupes, ce dossier technique offre une somme de renseignements techniques incomparable. Langue: Français [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal]
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        BLUE CITY.

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1947 - First Edition of this highly-regarded third mystery by Ross Macdonald, considered by critics as one of the 'holy trinity of American crime writers' with Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler. 8vo. 276 pp. A near fine or better copy in red cloth, black topstain, navy titles to the spine in a bright, near fine pictorial dustwrapper showing some light use. Adapted into the 1986 film with Judd Nelson and David Caruso of CSI Miami fame. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
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        Blue City

      Knopf, New York 1947 - Fine in dust jacket with a tiny internal tape mend at top of spine and tiny wear at top of spine. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Mordida Books]
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        Land of Israel Earth

      (Jerusalem: Tarshish Books / Goldbergs Press). [circa 1947]. First. First separate edition, reprinted from The Palestine Stories. Translated from the Hebrew by I.M. Lask. Thin octavo. Boards a bit soiled else near fine. Inscribed in Hebrew by Agnon (we believe to an unpublished American playwright named Stanley Levenson). One of only 40 copies printed. Books inscribed by the 1966 Nobel Laureate, the first Israeli to win the Prize and one of the central figures of modern Hebrew literature, are very uncommon. In addition the book is rare -- OCLC locates a single copy, at the National Library of Israel. .

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

      Macmillan & Co., London 1947 - First English edition, following the American edition by two years. Fine in about very good dustwrapper with some chips at the spine ends. Warmly Inscribed by the author: "For Salina with love from Jimmy. March 17th 1947." Basis for the 1947 film directed by Edward Dmytryk, narrated by Hilton, and featuring John Mills, Martha Scott, and Trevor Howard. A nice copy. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        Pharos [Numbers 1-4]

      Pharos [and New Directions], Murray, Utah [and Norfolk] 1947 - First edition. Publisher's bound file copy of the complete run of the magazine. Blue cloth, titled on spine in gilt. A small owner name on the front fly, a few spots on the boards, very near fine, internally fine. Three issues (the first is a double issue) bound into a single volume with the original wrappers bound in. Numbers 1 & 2 constitute Tennessee Williams's first separate publication, *Battle of Angels*; Number 3 is Harry Levin's *Toward Stendahl*; and Number 4 is Ezra Pound's *Confucius: The Unwobbling Pivot & The Great Digest*. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        *ANNUAL REVIEW OF MICROBIOLOGY. Vols. 1-60 (1947 to 2006)

      Palo Alto : Annual Reviews. 1947. ca. 36000 Seiten. HC/Gebunden ohne Schutzumschlag. Zustand: Gut bis Sehr Gut min. gebräunt (Innen); Bibliotheksex. mit Klebestreifenrest; Besitzerstempel (Innen); 2-3 Besitzerstempel auf Schnitt; Einband Außen hat geringe Gebrauchsspuren; Bei angemessenen Preis ist auch der Verkauf von Einzelbänden denkbar;

      [Bookseller: Firma Gebrauchtbücherlogistik (Versand m]
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        Don Jaime I El Conquistador. Gestas Heroicas De Su Vida. Ilustraciones De Julián Nadal.

      Orbis, Barcelona 1947 - 232pp. incluidas numerosas láminas. Regia encuadernación en pleno pergamino , con el lomo decorado en oro y rojo, y un gran escudo real de Catalunya pintado en oro y rojo en la cubierta superior. Conserva las cubiertas originales. =Edición limitada y numerada sobre buen papel de hilo. 400 ejs. Sumamente ilustrado con muy bellos grabados todos ellos ilusminados a mano en muy vivos colores. =Perfecto ejemplar. Size: Folio [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BALAGUÉ LLIBRERÍA ANTIQUARIA]
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