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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 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 ]

      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. Français

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        La peste

      First edition, one of 215 numbered copies on pur fil paperA good copy. Gallimard Paris 1947 12x19cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Loukios ou l'âne

      Paris, Tériade, 1947. 1947, 1947, in-4, 88 pages, en feuilles sous chemise et emboîtage de l'éditeur, Tirage limité à 270 exemplaires, celui-ci numéroté (n°65) sur vélin d'Arches, signé par l'illustrateur à la justification. Cette édition de Loukios ou L'âne de Lucien de Samosate (circa 120-180) de la nouvelle traduction d'Emile Chambry est illustrée de bois originaux d'Henri Laurens (1885-1954), sculpteur, peintre et dessinateur cubiste français. On compte plus de soixante compositions originales, dont le frontispice et une vingtaine de figures en pleine page, gravées sur bois et en partie rehaussées d'or. La typographie, due à Pierre Boucher, accompagnée en bout de ligne de décor par H. Laurens et tirée en or, s'accorde de façon heureuse à l'illustration. Intérieur très frais, dos de la chemise étui fendu

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        L'écho des Fantaisies

      [ca. 1947?]. 60 original silver print photographs by Victor Grandpierre, mounted on bristol boards with rounded, gilt edges. 29 x 22 cm. The images depict somewhat surrealistic arrangements of decorative household objects, each illustrating a poem by Louise de Vilmorin, printed in facsimile of her manuscript. The decorator Victor Grandpierre became best-known for his design for the first Christian Dior boutique, at 30, Avenue Montaigne, which introduced Dior's first collection at about the same time this edition was published. No other collections of his photographs appear to have been published. One of 255 sets. OCLC records only three institutional holdings. The Bristol boards are, inevitably, curled. In the two original portfolio boxes, which are worn. With an autograph letter from Vilmorin dated Dec. 31, 1947 to Germain Lecureur*, business partner of her brothers. *From the Yad Vashem web site "At the beginning of World War II, the seven members of the Meller family, originally Polish Jews, were living in Blanc-Mesnil, near Paris. Blanc-Mesnil was very close to the Drancy camp, where French Jews were taken, pending deportation to the east. From their house, the Mellers watched the construction of the fence of this infamous detention camp. M. Meller, a loyal and skilled flourmill technician, worked for two French brothers, Germain and Camille Lecureur, who valued and befriended him. Meller was also on good terms with the de Vilmorin brothers, the Lecureurs' partners. In August 1942, when the Lecureurs discovered an impending police roundup of Jews in the Blanc-Mesnil area, they feared that the Mellers would be arrested and deported. They moved the husband, wife, and three of their children to Verrières-le-Buisson, about twenty-five kilometers from Paris, where the de Vilmorins lived. They provided the two oldest Meller boys, aged seventeen and twenty, with forged identity cards and moved them to two farms near Paris, where they worked for seven months, changing residence often because the gendarmes frequently inspected farms. They finally found safe shelter in Verrières. For two years, until the liberation, the Meller family remained in Verrières-le-Buisson, with the assistance of the de Vilmorin brothers. On June 17, 1990, Yad Vashem recognized Germain and Camille Lecureur and Roger and Olivier de Vilmorin as Righteous Among the Nations."

      [Bookseller: Thomas A. Goldwasser Rare Books]
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        Endymion A Poetic Romance

      London: The Golden Cockerel Press, (1947). Cream parchemnt spine lettered in gilt over tan boards pictorially decorated in gilt, top edges gilt, others untrimmed and uncut by S & S London (Sangorski & Sutcliffe). Fine. Small folio. Illustrated with engravings by John Buckland-Wright No. 411 of 500 copies .

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        L'eau et les rêves. Essai sur l'imagination de la matière

      José Corti 1947 - - José Corti, Paris 1947, 12x18,5cm, broché. - Nouvelle édition pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Envoi autographe signé de Marcel Béalu à Xavier Regnauld : ". les rêveries d'un philosophe champenois." [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition of wich no leading copies exists. Signed autograph of Marcel Béalu Xavier Regnauld: ". the dreams of a champagne philosopher ." [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Quatre ans d'occupations

      First edition, one of 125 copies on Lafuma frères, this one un des 75 hors commerce, tirage de tête.Large autographe signature by Sacha Guitry on first endpaper.Slipcase reinforced, on foot, with adhesive paper, covers partly sunned, internally good L'Elan Paris 1947 14x20cm broché sous chemise et étui

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        Les regrets de Paris

      1947. First edition, one of the 12 best scholars on Bristol Hombo deluxe edition.Binding in morocco half hazelnut in small corners, smooth back, gilded tail date boards contreplats guards and Japanese paper, wrappers and back preserved and bound in, gilded head, signed binding D.-H. Mercher.Nice copy.1947 16x20,5cm relié sous étui

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        Félicia ou mes fredaines. Illustré de vingt eaux - fortes originales en couleurs par Louis Icart

      Georges Guillot, 1947. In - 4, en feuilles sous couverture rempliée, chemise et étui roses imprimés éditeur. Illustré de 20 eaux - fortes originales en couleurs par Louis ICART. Tirage limité à 530 exemplaires, un des 350 sur Arches blanc (N° 258). (quelques rares rousseurs légères). / / Quarto, loose leaves as issued under folded cover, editor decorated pink folder and slipcase. Illustrated with 20 original etchings in colours by Louis ICART. Limited printing of 530 copies, one of the 350 on white Arches paper (Nr 258). (some rare light foxing).

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        L'espèce humaine

      - La cité universelle, Paris 1947, 14,5x18,5cm, broché. - Edizione per il quale non è stato redatto carta di grandi dimensioni, copia con una buona copertura. Molto raro autografo firmato Robert Antelme a Francesco Ambrière. "Non c'è nessuna specie umana, non vi è una specie umana. Questo perché siamo uomini come loro che le SS in ultima analisi, impotenti davanti a noi.". Questo lavoro fondamentale sull'esperienza di nazisti campi era la terza e ultima pubblicazione della casa editrice effimera fondata da Marguerite Duras e Robert Antelme, il marito 1940-1946. Inosservato in questa prima versione confidenziale, solo poche copie sono state vendute, è stato messo in vendita l'anno successivo sotto nuove coperture da Robert Marin, il libro soffre la concorrenza dei tanti scritti sull'argomento sono apparsi subito dopo la guerra. Eppure, come riferito da F. Lebelley "in un momento in cui le storie abbondano, il potere speciale di quel libro, una prima sobrietà, sconvolge come scrittore fondazione libro di testo che ha anche preso riconosce Duras. , "l'ampia letteratura." Robert Antelme mai scrivere altro. Nonostante i riconoscimenti e onori, la specie umana sarà solo il lavoro di una vita. " (In Duras, o il peso di una piuma.) Grazie all'intervento di Albert Camus, il libro riappare dieci anni più tardi nel 1957 da Gallimard e poi sa una più ampia diffusione. Pertanto, questo libro è parte della storia della letteratura come uno degli scritti più importanti per la riflessione dolorosa ma necessaria sui campi di concentramento e la condizione umana. E 'dopo di lui che scrittori come Jorge Semprun suo amico inizieranno un nuovo approccio alla scrittura dei campi impossibili. Nel 1947 Antelme ha annunciato nella sua prefazione "solo tornando, abbiamo ridotto la nostra memoria con noi, la nostra esperienza di vita insieme e ci siamo sentiti un frenetico desiderio di raccontare così com'è. E nei primi giorni, però, sembrava impossibile colmare la distanza che abbiamo trovato tra linguaggio e abbiamo avuto questa esperienza [...] Come rassegnarsi a non cercare di spiegare come avevamo venire qui? eppure eravamo lì. Eppure era impossibile. Basta iniziare a dirci che eravamo soffocante. Per noi stessi, quello che avevamo da dire, allora abbiamo cominciato a sembrare inimmaginabile. " Torna un po 'incrinato e con piccole lacune alla testa e piedi, un piccolo mancanza nell'angolo in alto della prima piatta colpito anche un piccolo strappo insignificanti, bella copia. Raro e significativo copia, assente dalla maggior parte delle biblioteche nazionali e internazionali, tra cui il BNF. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers, exemplaire comportant les bonnes couvertures. Très rare envoi autographe signé de Robert Antelme à Francis Ambrière. "Il n'y a pas d'espèces humaines, il y a une espèce humaine. C'est parce que nous sommes des hommes comme eux que les SS seront en définitive impuissants devant nous.". Cet ouvrage fondamental sur l'expérience des Camps nazis fut la troisième et derniere publication de l'éphémère maison d'édition fondée par Marguerite Duras et Robert Antelme, son mari de 1940 à 1946. Passé inaperçu lors de cette première parution confidentielle, seuls quelques exemplaires furent vendus, il fut remis en vente l'année suivante sous de nouvelles couvertures par Robert Marin, l'ouvrage souffrira de la concurence des nombreux écrits sur le sujet parus immédiatement après guerre. Pourtant, comme le relate F. Lebelley : "à une époque où les récits abondent, la puissance particulière de ce livre-là, d'une sobriété première, bouleverse tel un texte fondateur. Livre d'écrivain aussi qui a pris, reconnaît Duras, "le large de la littérature". Robert Antelme n'en écrira jamais d'autre. Malgré les éloges et les honneurs, L'Espèce humaine restera l'oeuvre unique d'une vie." (in Duras, ou le poids d'une plume.) Grâce à l'intervention d'Albert Camus, le livre reparaît dix ans plus tard, en 1957 chez Gallimard et connaît alors une diffusion plus large. Dès lors, ce livre s'inscrit dans l'histoire littéraire comme un des plus importants écrits affrontant la douloureuse mais nécessaire réflexion sur les camps de concentration et la condition humaine. C'est à sa suite que des écrivains tel que son ami Jorge Semprun pourront commencer une nouvelle approche de l'impossible écriture des camps. Dès 1947, Antelme annonçait dans son avant-propos « nous revenions juste, nous ramenions avec nous notre mémoire, notre expérience toute vivante et nous éprouvions un désir frénétique de la dire telle quelle. Et, dès les premiers jours cependant, il nous paraissait impossible de combler la distance que nous découvrions entre le langage dont nous disposions et cette expérience [...] Comment nous résigner à ne pas tenter d'expliquer comment nous en étions venus là ? Nous y étions encore. Et cependant c'était impossible. A peine commencions-nous à raconter, que nous suffoquions. A nous-mêmes, ce que nous avions à dire commençait alors à nous paraître inimaginable. » Dos légèrement fendillé et comportant de petits manques en tête et en pied, un minuscule manque au coin supérieur du premier plat également affecté d'une petite déchirure sans conséquence, agréable exemplaire. Rarissime et important exemplaire, absent de la plupart des bibliothèques Nationales et internationales, notamment de la BNF.  

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Field Guide of Birds of the West Indies.

      New York, NY: Macmillan, 1947. FIRST MACMILLAN PRINTING. Octavo, pp.xii; 257; [1], blank. With colour plate illustrations and line drawings by Poole. Publisher's brown cloth titled in black to spine and front board, map endpapers, original dust-jacket.Book is very good, faint evidence of an old bookplate; jacket a little soiled and torn, price-clipped to foot but showing $3.75 to top of flap. A very good copy. The acclaimed work by the ornithologist James Bond, whose name was famously appropriated for spy fiction's most celebrated hero. The original edition was published by the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, in a different format. This eye-catching edition 'has been completely rewritten in a popular style', and is certainly the printing which influenced Fleming; when writing his debut novel in 1952, this version of the book was on his shelf and not the obscure original work; Fleming had purchased land and built a Jamaican home in 1945 and, according to Ben McIntyre, (and re-affirmed by Fleming throughout his life), while pondering his character Fleming 'simply lifted the name from his bookshelves, his eye having alighted upon 'Field Guide to [sic] the Birds of the West Indies' by James Bond, the standard reference book published by MacMillan in 1947'. Due to the connection, the availability of this book has simply dried up in recent years- whilst reprints may be obtained, this 1947 first edition is rather scarce, with no copy appearing in book searches at the time of writing. Gilbert L(1), p.616, 635.

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        The Open Society and Its Enemies, Vol 1 The Spell of Plato; Vol 2 The High Tide of Prophecy, Hegel and Marx

      Routledge Kegan Paul, London 1947 - 2 vol set, VII, 268; V, 352 pp, both volumes are stated 1947 second printing, "produced in complete conformity with the authorized economy standards", very good original black cloth hardcover in good+ unclipped dust jacket (several rubbing through along the spine, mended by clear tape), clean text 8vo - over 7? - 9? tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DARK PASSAGE (1947)

      Warner Brothers 1947 - Vintage original 41 x 27" (103 x 68 cm.) one sheet poster, USA. Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Agnes Moorehead, Bruce Bennett, Tom d'Andrea; dir.: Delmer Daves. A much darker journey into the film noir realm for Bogart and Bacall than their early, wildly successful BIG SLEEP, this time from a lurid David Goodis novel of a man (Bogart) wrongly convicted of the murder of his wife, rescued by a concerned courtroom spectator (Bacall) and who must change his notorious face through back-door plastic surgery in order to find the real killer. One of the truly great films of this now-revered genre, as well as one of the best period films set in and depicting San Francisco. Bogart hid is face from camera for more than half of the film, something which did not please WB head Jack Warner! The film fell off at the box office as it was released right at the time that the Bogart's received negative press because of their support for the Committee for the First Amendment during the heated House Un-American Activities Committee hearings. Beautiful, rich color, rare on this poster which has been mounted on linen. There has been just minimal fold and corner touch-up, minor crease at bottom left corner and a few scuffs in white background addressed. NEAR FINE

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        Antonin Raymond: Architectural Details

      1947 -

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        Le Surréalisme en 1947

      [Paris]: Maeght, 1947. 139, [1] p., 1 l; 241 x 207 mm. (9 1/2 x 8 1/16 in.) First edition. One of 999 numbered deluxe copies. Original wrappers, in fine condition, in the chemise with Duchamp's original Ready-made painted latex foam breast adhered to a piece of black velvet, and publisher's slipcase,with the "Prière de toucher" label. In the catalogue there also are five color lithographs, by Victor Brauner, Max Ernst, Jacques Herold, Wifredo Lam and Joan Miro, five etchings, one in color by Hans Bellmer, Marcel Jean, Maria, Yves Tanguy and Dorothy Tanning, two woodcuts by Jean Arp, and twelve lithographs in black, by Brigogni, Calder, Capacci, E. Van Damme, J. De Diego, Donati, D. Hare, J. Lamba, Matta, K. Sage, Tanguy, Toyen. With the inserted 4-page leaflet catalogue of the exhibition in the order of display. The breast multiple has been treated by a professional conservator, and, although hardened, is in very good condition, the catalogue in fine condition, the cardboard slipcase with only slight wear. Duchamp and his collaborator Enrico Donati ordered 999 falsies to be used for the multiple, but it seems that far fewer copies of the catalogue actually had the object affixed, (some remained in Donati's estate and have from time-to-time been sold to substitute for damaged or missing examples). Complete original examples are rare.

      [Bookseller: Thomas A. Goldwasser Rare Books]
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        Le Surrealisme En 1947

      Paris: Maeght. 1947. Limited Edition. Softcover. Wraps in dust jacket, one of 950 numbered copies from an edition from 999, with a cover by Marcel Duchamp and Enrico Donati, a photograph of a female brease, molded in rubber by Duchamp. The catalog for the exhibition, Exposition Internationasle du Surrealisme, the first post war Surrealist exhibition in Europe. It was organized by Duchamp and Andre Breton. This limited edition contains 44 plates, many illustrations and 20+n lithographs, etchings and woodcuts, including 6 in color. Among the contributors to the limited edition are Brauner, Lam, Bellmer, Tanning, Arp, Calder, ToyernMatta, Ernst, Sage and more. The book is fine but the printed dust jacket shows chips at head of spine (not affecting type) rubbing at edges and wrinkles. The printed glassine dust jacket has been folded and in storage for several decades. It has a 2" chip to the head of the spine and an old fold across the center. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 140 pp .

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        Cantici

      De Agostini - Edizioni La Via,, Novara, 1947 - Cm. 32, pp. (12) 243 (9). Con molte illustrazioni nel testo ed a piena pagina da disegni di Mario Sironi. Bella legatura d'amatore in pieno marocchino azzurro con titoli impressi in oro al dorso ed al piatto anteriore. Taglio di testa dorato, sguardie in seta con decorate da greche in oro. Entro custodia in cart. rigido marmorizzato. Esemplare in perfetto stato di conservazione. Edizione stampata su carta vergata in tiratura limitata; il presente n. LXV della tiratura di 100 esemplari interamente stampati su carta azzurra. Prestigiosa edizione; si tratta dell'unico libro illustrato da Mario Sironi. Cfr. Jentsch n. 548; Cfr. anche in Benzi-Sironi "Sironi illustratore" (pp. 233) la lunga recensione dedicata alla presente opera in cui si evidenzia il potere ispiratorio che i versi di Iacopone ebbero su Sironi. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Signed Yearbook

      Used; Like New/Used; Like New. The Retrospect yearbook, dating from Armstrong's senior year at Blume High School in Wapakoneta, Ohio in 1947, hardcover, 8 x 11, 88 pages. Armstrong's senior portrait is at the top of page 12, and signed in ink under his activities, "Neil Armstrong." Among the activities he participated in during his three years at school are "Band (2,3,4) Vice-President 4," and "Student Council 3,4." Armstrong is pictured an addition six times in the yearbook, two in the band (one with the other officers), two for Student Council (one with the other officers), and two with the Senior Hiâ??Y, whose information reads, in part: "Clean Livingâ??self-discipline in everyday life, Clean Speechâ??decency in conversation, Clean Scholarshipâ??honesty in school, Clean Sportmanshipâ??fairness in athletics." In fine condition, with inside pages detached from covers, loose front hinge, expected handling wear, and light wear and soiling to covers. <br><br><br />Twenty-two years before his name would be etched into the history books, young Mr. Armstrong was associated with less-stellarâ??but no less noteworthyâ??pursuits such as band and student council. At age 16, he graduated 11th in his class of 78 students. His dedication to such creeds as those endorse by the Senior Hiâ??Y, including "clean living," "self-discipline," and "decency," would go on to serve him well in lifeâ??especially in the Apollo 11 moon landing and the demands of a post-NASA life as a living legend. Extremely uncommon in such early material!

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        Se questo è un uomo

      1947. AUTORE Primo Levi TITOLO Se questo è un uomo LINGUA italiano LUOGO (editore/traduttore) Torino - Francesco de Silva ANNO DI PUBBLICAZIONE/EDIZIONE 1947, I Edizione FORMATO 22,5x19,5 TIPO COPERTINA brossura N° PAGINE 198 ILLUSTRAZIONI non presenti. DESCRIZIONE LIBRO Il famoso romanzo di Primo Levi sulla sua deportazione da parte dei nazisti nel campo di concentramento di Auschwitz sino alla liberazione da parte dei russi Il volume è in perfette condizioni, dorso restaurato copertina come foto, l'interno risulta ben marginato pagine leggermente ingiallite

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        The Prints of Paul Klee. The Museum of Modern Art New York. "Colophon: This second edition of the prints of Paul Klee was printed in the summer of 1947, in an edition of two thousand copies, by the Meriden Gravure Company, Meriden, Connecticut, and the Golden Eagle Press, Mount Vernon, New York. The eight color plates were reproduced in stencil by Esther Gentle, New York".

      1947 - 2. Auflage, 32,5 x 24,3 cm, (8) Seiten, 5 Abbildungen im Textheft, 40 lose in Original-Klappkassette einliegenden Tafeln, 8 davon in Farbe. Illustrierte Original-Fadenheftung des Heftes und Original-Leinenkassette, montiertes Titelschildchen auf dem Vorderdeckel. Die Kassette an allen vier Ecken beschädigt, bestossen und gestaucht, Randeinrisse, schwarze Stoffbänder zum Verschliessen brüchig und verkürzt; innen ein sehr gutes Exemplar. Bolliger 1, 424. - Freitag 4870. - Harvard list p. 106 (1. Auflage). - Hopfengart, Klee-Bibliographie 1989, Seite 256. - Grohmann, Muller-Applebaum 201. - Lucas p. 159. - Riggs p. 173. - Bolliger: "Querschnitt in 40 Tafeln durch das graphische Werk Paul Klees. Im Text-Anhang eine 1945 von Lily Klee, der Frau des Künstlers, angelegte Liste mit 112 graphischen Werken und einer Mappe mit 42 Lithographien, die als Basis für spätere Forschungen dienen sollte [.]". - Erstausgabe erschien 1945 bei Curt Valentin, New York. - Mit folgenden Grafik-Blättern: #1 Virgin in the Tree/Jungfrau im Baum 1903 Etching. #2 Two Men meet, each believing the other to be of a higher rank/Zwei Männer, einander in hoeherer Stellung vermutend, begegnen sich 1903 Etching. #3 Comedian/Komiker 1904 Etching. #4 Crown Mania/Kronennarr 1904 Etching. #5 The Hero with the Wing/Der Held mit dem Fluegel 1904 Etching. #6 Head of Menace/Drohendes Haupt 1905 Etching. #7 Two Nudes 1907 Etching. #8 Pergola/Gartenlaube 1910 Etching. #9 Railroad Station/Bahnhof 1911 Etching. #10 River View/Blick auf einen Fluss 1912. Lithograph. #11 St. George/St. Georg 1912 Lithograph. #12 At the Window/Am Fenster 1912 Lithograph. #13 Garden of Passion/Garten der Leidenschaft 1913 Etching. #14 Little World/Kleinwelt 1914 Etching. #15 Little Castle in the Air/Luftschloesschen 1915 Etching. #16 Destruction and Hope/Zerstoerung und Hoffnung Lithograph and watercolor (farbig). #17 Comedy of Brids/Vogelkomoedie 1918 Lithgraph. #18 Three Heads/Drei Koepfe 1919 Lithograph. #19 Insects/Insekten 1919 Color lithograph (farbig). #20 Blowing Out a Candle/Ausgeloeschtes Licht 1919 Lithograph. #21 Flower Table/Blumentisch 1920 Lithograph and watercolor (farbig). #22 Giant Aphis/Riesenblattlaus 1920 Lithograph. #23 Fulfillment Angel/Engel bringt das Gewuenschte 1920 Lithograph. #24 Saint of Inner Light/Heilige vom Innern Licht 1921 Color Lithograph (farbig). #25 Queen of Hearts/Herzkoenigin 1921 Lithograph. #26 In the Spirit of Hoffmann/Im Geiste Hoffmanns 1921 Lithograph. #27 Tightrope Walker/Seiltaenzer 1921 Color Lithograph (farbig). #28 Lugano 1922 Lithograph. #29 The Witch with the Comb/Die Hexe mit dem Kamm 1922 Lithograph. #30 Lantern Party/Laternenfest 1922 Color lithograph (farbig). # 31 Buffoonery/Narretei 1922 Lithograph. #32 Vulgar Comedy/Vulgaere Komoedie 1922 Lithograph. #33 The One in Love/Der Verliebte 1923 Color lithograph (farbig). #34 Ass/Esel 1925 Lithograph. #35 Singer of the Comic Opera/Saengerin der Komischen Oper 1925 Color lithograph (farbig). #36 Juggler in April/Gaukler im April 1928 Etching. #37 Height/Hoehe 1928 Etching. #38 Old Man Figuring/Rechnender Greis 1929 Etching. #39 Not Ending 1930 Etching. #40 L Homme approximatif 1931 Etching. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Madame Bovary. Moeurs de province. Eaux-fortes originales de Michel Ciry.

      Paris Jean Porson 1947 - 1951 3 volumes in-4 dont 1 de gravures, En feuille sous couverture rempliée, double emboîtage. Ouvrage illustré de 115 eaux-fortes originales in et H.T. de Michel Ciry. Tirage limité à 170 exemplaires numérotés sur grand vélin teinté d'Arches. Un des 35 exemplaires contenant la suite des 150 gravures en état définitif avec remarques, un cuivre et son dessin original.

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        Psychologie de l'art : Le musée imaginaire

      1947. Skira, Genève 1947, 23x29,5cm, reliure de l'éditeur. - Skira, Genève 1947, 23x29,5cm, reliure de l'éditeur. - Edizione originale di cui non è stato redatto grandi giornali. autografo preziosa firmata dall'autore colonnello Rémy. André Malraux recuperato questa copia con un dedicatario precedente ha cancellato il nome, ma non la sua firma, per mettere questo nuovo e prezioso autografo firmato Liberazione Mate Compagno della Liberazione: "Per Remy, in memoria di collaborazioni varia, anche se amichevole. André Malraux. febbraio 48. " ricca iconografia. Insolated leggermente indietro, anche se copia completa della giacca. [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale dont il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Précieux envoi autographe signé de l'auteur au colonel Rémy. André Malraux a recupéré cet exemplaire auprès d'un précédent dédicataire dont il a effacé le nom, mais pas sa signature, pour inscrire ce nouvel et précieux envoi autographe signé de Compagnon de la Libération à Compagnon de la Libération : "Pour Rémy, en souvenir de collaborations variées, bien amicalement. André Malraux. Février 48." Riche iconographie. Dos légèrement insolé, exemplaire bien complet de sa jaquette.

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        The Doll's House. With Pictures by Dana Saintsbury. THE AUTHOR'S FIRST CHILDREN'S BOOK IN SIGNED SANGORSKI MOROCCO

      Michael Joseph, 1947. 8vo., First Edition, with coloured frontispiece, title in red and black, and 3 coloured plates, free endpapers very lightly browning at edges; elegantly bound in blue full crushed morocco BY SANGORSKI & SUTCLIFFE, sides with gilt frame border, back with five raised bands ruled in gilt, second and third compartments ruled and lettered in gilt, all other compartmnents ruled in gilt, gilt edges, doublures framed in gilt, backstrip very lightly sunned else a most attractive copy ideal as a gift or for presentation. THE BINDING IS SIGNED ON FRONT LOWER DOUBLURE. The author's first book for children; this original edition is far scarcer than its later US counterpart with illustrations by Tasha Tudor. A BEAUTIFUL COPY IN A NOTABLE SIGNED BINDING. VERY SCARCE.

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        ESSAYS OF MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE (Signed)

      Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Co., Inc, 1947. Hard Cover. Near Fine binding. Signed. This edition limited to 1000 numbered copies signed by Salvador Dali, of which this is #720. In the publisher's blue cloth with no marks of any kind in the book; lacking the publisher's slipcase. Mylar has been cucstom cut to protect the binding. Near Fine binding.

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        Rue de la Gaîté. - Voyage en Bourgogne. - Précis de cuisine pour les jours heureux

      Edition, a 30 numbered copies on Rives BFK variously enriched, ours one of 14 hors commerce, deluxe edition after 4 more BFK Rives with, in addition, an original drawing Lucien Coutaud. Book illustrated with 4 original etchings by Lucien Coutaud. Our copy, as it is stated in the justification of the draw is full of his suite in black color and its sequel, here in pink. Back of the slightly faded shirt, slotted head case. Rare copy and pleasant. Les 13 épis Paris 1947 23x28,5cm en feuilles sous chemise et étui

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        L'espèce humaine

      The first edition, of which there were no large paper copies - this copy with the right covers.Small tears, not serious, to the margins of covers and to foot and head of spine."There are no human beings, there is just humankind. It's because we are people just like them that the SS will be forever powerless before us." This fundamental work on the experience of the Nazi concentration camps was the third and last book published by the fleeting publishing house established by Marguerite Duras and Robert Antelme, her husband from 1940 to 1946.This first - unadvertised - appearance of the work sank without trace, selling barely a few copies. It was reissued the following year with a different cover by Robert Marin, but nonetheless suffered stiff competition from a number of other works on the subject that appeared immediately after the war. Nevertheless, as F. Lebelley notes, "at a time when there were many such accounts around, the power of this book - possessed of a singular sobriety - hit you with the force of a seminal text." The book is the work of an author who, according to Duras, "dove right into literature. This was Antelme's only book. Despite the praise and the prizes, L'Espèce humaine will remain the only work he'll ever write" (in: Duras, ou le poids d'une plume). The work was re-published, thanks to Albert Camus' efforts, ten years later (in 1957) by Gallimard and enjoyed a much wider circulation. Since then, the book has entered the history of literature as one of the most important works dealing with the painful necessity of thinking about the concentration camps and the human condition. It was thanks to this book that writers such as Antelme's friend Jorge Semprun could begin a new approach to the impossible task of writing about the camps. From 1947 onwards, Antelme noted in his foreword to the book: "we only just came back, bringing with us our memories, our experience still so fresh, and were filled with a frenetic desire to tell it as it was. But, from the very beginning, it seemed to us impossible to bridge the gap we faced between the words we had and this experience...How to keep ourselves from trying to explain how we'd found ourselves there? We were there still; and yet it proved impossible. Hardly had we begun our account, we found ourselves suffocating. What we had to say started to seem unimaginable then, even to ourselves."A rare and important copy, not in most national and international libraries, most notably the French National Library. La cité universelle Paris 1947 14,5x19,5cm broché

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        Psychologie de l'art : Le musée imaginaire

      first edition of which he was not drawn large papers.Precious autograph signed by the author Colonel Rémy.André Malraux recuperated this copy with a previous dedicatee he erased the name, but not his signature, to put this new and valuable autograph signed Liberation Mate Companion of Liberation: "For Remy, in memory of collaborations varied, although friendly. André Malraux. February 48. "rich iconography.Insolated back slightly, although full copy of his jacket. Skira Genève 1947 23x29,5cm reliure de l'éditeur

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        Hunter's Paradise (SIGNED)

      Privately published by the author, Cleveland 1947 - Salmon paper-covered-boards with spine & cover titles in gilt; thin 8vo; 35pp; illustrated with pictorial endpapers, title-page drawing plus 7 text drawings, all tinted brown. A trip for hunting duck, dove and guinea fowl in pre-Castro Cuba with host, Miguel Garcia, "Fatty", the personification of Cuban hospitality, and a raconteur par excellence." Quite scarce, as the OCLC locates the sole copy at Western Reserve Historical Society. This copy is mildly soiled on front panel and unevenly sunned on front and rear covers. Internally, the text block is clean with a signed presentation on front blank page. Biscotti p 455 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Liza of Lambeth

      

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        La haine de la poésie

      New edition, first for some part, one of 20 numbered copies on vélin de Rives, the only large paper copies.A very fine copy. Les éditions de minuit Paris 1947 14,5x19cm broché

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        Birds of the West Indies - from the Tunnicliffe library

      Macmillan, 1947 A first edition, first printing of the revised edition of this book, originally published in 1936 by Macmillan. A very good book without inscriptions. This copy hails from the library of Charles Tunnicliffe, noted nature artist. Tunnicliffe has hand coloured three plates (pages 126, 129 and 203). There is also an enlarged copy of one of the coloured plates. In a very good clipped (top and bottom of front flap) wrapper with an internal repair to the head of the spine and an external repair to the foot. Some rubbing to edges and a little loss to the extremi- ties.

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        Contes pour enfants pas sages

      Editions du Pré aux clarcs 1947 - - Editions du Pré aux clarcs, Paris 1947, 25,5x22cm, reliure de l'éditeur. - Edition originale imprimée à 1500 exemplaires numérotés sur pur fil. Reliure de l'éditeur en plein cartonnage, dos muet de toile verte, plats illustrés. Envoi autographe signé de Jacques Prévert à Max-Philippe Delatte. Ouvrage illustré de dessins d'Elsa Henriquez. Agréable exemplaire. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition printed 1500 copies numbered on "pur-fil" paper. Binding of the editor in full cardboard back of silent green cloth, illustrated boards. Signed autograph of Jacques Prévert Max-Philippe Delatte. Illustrated book of drawings by Elsa Henriquez. Nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Queen of the North. Edinburgh. The Auld Reekie of History & Romance.

      London and Edinburgh. The Travel Association (Tourist Division of the British Tourist and Holidays Board) and the Scottish Tourist Board. 1947. Color poster / pictorial / pictographic map, 36 x 23.5 inches (91.5 x 51.5 cm) on sheet 40 x 25 inches. Creasing and light wear to margins, now mimised by professional linen backing. Bright and clean. Very detailed pictorial map of the central area of Edinburgh with the Castle, Parliament House and the Palace of Holyroodhouse along its horizontal central axis. There are pictographs of notable people and places; the vast majority of the buildings are named. There are pictorial borders with crests, thistles and additional notable places along the upper and lower edges. The artist, Kerry Lee, has drawn himself and his dog in at the lower right corner of the central map area.

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        Le mythe de la roche percée. Poéme. Trois Eaux-Fortes d`Yves Tanguy. Paris. Editions Hémisphères 1947. 25,5 x 20 cm. 30 Seiten und 3 Blatt mit den Originalradierungen. Rote Originalbroschur.

      Editions Hémisphères, 1947.Originalausgabe. Wittrock 14 A, B, C - Raabe/Hannich-Bode 86/38. Nr III von 100 römisch nummerierten Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe mit den 3 ganzseitigen Originalradierungen von Yves Tanguy, jeweils nummeriert und von Tanguy voll signiert. Die Ausgabe wurde in den USA gedruckt, die Radierungen im Atelier von Stanley William Hayter in New York. Schönes Exemplar.

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        L'espèce humaine

      The first edition, of which there were no large paper copies - this copy with the right covers.With a very rare autograph inscription signed by Robert Antelme to Francis Ambrière. "There are no human beings, there is just humankind. It's because we are people just like them that the SS will be forever powerless before us." This fundamental work on the experience of the Nazi concentration camps was the third and last book published by the fleeting publishing house established by Marguerite Duras and Robert Antelme, her husband from 1940 to 1946.This first - unadvertised - appearance of the work sank without trace, selling barely a few copies. It was reissued the following year with a different cover by Robert Marin, but nonetheless suffered stiff competition from a number of other works on the subject that appeared immediately after the war. Nevertheless, as F. Lebelley notes, "at a time when there were many such accounts around, the power of this book - possessed of a singular sobriety - hit you with the force of a seminal text." The book is the work of an author who, according to Duras, "dove right into literature. This was Antelme's only book. Despite the praise and the prizes, L'Espèce humaine will remain the only work he'll ever write" (in: Duras, ou le poids d'une plume). The work was re-published, thanks to Albert Camus' efforts, ten years later (in 1957) by Gallimard and enjoyed a much wider circulation. Since then, the book has entered the history of literature as one of the most important works dealing with the painful necessity of thinking about the concentration camps and the human condition. It was thanks to this book that writers such as Antelme's friend Jorge Semprun could begin a new approach to the impossible task of writing about the camps. From 1947 onwards, Antelme noted in his foreword to the book: "we only just came back, bringing with us our memories, our experience still so fresh, and were filled with a frenetic desire to tell it as it was. But, from the very beginning, it seemed to us impossible to bridge the gap we faced between the words we had and this experienceHow to keep ourselves from trying to explain how we'd found ourselves there? We were there still; and yet it proved impossible. Hardly had we begun our account, we found ourselves suffocating. What we had to say started to seem unimaginable then, even to ourselves."Spine slightly cracked with small stains to head and foot, miniscule lack to top corner of upper cover and one small insignificant tear, a good copy.A rare and important copy, not in most national and international libraries, most notably the French National Library La cité universelle Paris 1947 14,5x18,5cm broché

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        La peste

      First edition, one of 215 numbered copies on pur fil paperA very good copy. Gallimard Paris 1947 12x19cm broché

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        La difficulté d'être

      The first edition, an advance copy. A fine inscription from Jean Cocteau to Jean-Paul Sartre :  "son ami de tout cœur [your true friend]. Despite not being of the same generation, and despite everything that could have separated them, Jean Cocteau and Jean-Paul Sartre were friendly in the late 40s and early 50s. When Sartre died, Jean Marais evoked their regular telephone calls and dinners with endless, wonderful discussions. The two also worked together for recognition for Jean Genet and in July 1948 published an open letter together in Combat, addressed to the President of France, Vincent Auriol, urging the release from prison of the poet-thug. A few years later, Cocteau would help Sartre set up a committee of support for Henri Martin, a Communist protesting against the war in Indochina, sentenced to five years in prison for distributing pamphlets. Cocteau also took part in the staging of Sartre's Dirty Hands at the Théâtre Antoine in 1948.In giving the high priest of Existentialism an inscribed copy of The Difficulty of Being, the indefatigable dandy was giving him one of his most intimate pieces. In this work, Sartre's political engagement is evoked in poetic terms: "but why does he insist on visible engagement? The invisible engages so much morePoets engage themselves without any goal other than to lose themselves."Rare testimony of the links between two major figures of the 20th century intellectual and literary world.  Paul Morihien Paris 1947 11,5x17cm broché sous chemise-étui

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        Typed letter signed to Austrian conductor, composer and musicologist [Dr.] Kurt List (1913-1970)...

      1 page. Quarto, 278 x 215 mm. Dated Los Angeles, March 2, 1947. Carbon copy, with original autograph signature in ink. With Schoenberg's name and address handstamped to upper left corner. In English. Schoenberg responds to a letter from List with questions about music criticism. He discusses his current projects: the books Structural Functions of Harmony and [Fundamentals of] Musical Composition, and a volume of "texts" to be published in German. He accepts List's offer to have his Kol Nidre, op. 39, distributed by New Music, despite doubts that the publisher is capable of the necessary promotional work and gives some instructions involving Nathan Broder from Schirmer and Schoenberg's brother-in-law, Felix Greissle, then at Edward B. Marx Music Corporation, New York: "Problems of music criticism have become so remote to me in the past 14 years that I could answer your questions only in the most superficial manner and totally in the negative... I am so busy with finishing my two books... I ought ... to mail the manuscripts for a volume of my 'Texts' to Germany, or rather to Vienna... I did not respond to your offer for my 'Kol Nidre' to be distributed on royalties by New Music... Frankly: I doubt that New Music can handle this successfully because it requires propagenda to get conductors to perform it like another cantata--which they also do not perform." In a postscript, Schoenberg regrets List did not publish his letter about Wilhelm Furtwängler "at the crucial time; he was a friend of mine and would have enjoyed it." Manuscript annotation in red crayon to lower left corner: "copy." Creased at folds; some minor stains from carbon; small tears to lower edge. The two books mentioned in the letter were both published posthumously: Structural Functions of Harmony in 1954, and Fundamentals of Musical Composition in 1967. The "other cantata" mentioned in the letter is possibly "Der neue Klassizismus" from Drei Satiren, op. 28. The reference to Furtwängler points to his denazification trial. Nathan Broder (1905-1967) was involved editorially with New York publishers G. Schirmer and W. W. Norton, and taught at Columbia University (1946-62). Felix Greissle (1894-1982) was a student of Schoenberg in Vienna. His sister Gertrud became Schoenberg's second wife....

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        L'écume des jours

      Gallimard. First edition of which there were no large paper copies.Spine skillfully repaired, a small tear, not serious, to center of upper cover. Gallimard Paris 1947 12x19cm broché

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        Contes pour enfants pas sages

      First edition printed 1500 copies numbered on "pur-fil" paper.Binding of the editor in full cardboard back of silent green cloth, illustrated boards.Signed autograph of Jacques Prévert Max-Philippe Delatte.Illustrated book of drawings by Elsa Henriquez.Nice copy. Editions du Pré aux clarcs Paris 1947 25,5x22cm reliure de l'éditeur

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        General Map of Railroads in Japan. JAPAN - RAILROADS)

      Tokyo. Japan Travel Bureau. 01- 1947. Very large color map 30 x 42 inches folding into decorative paper sleeve 10 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches . Near mint condition. At center is a railroad map of the islands of Honshu and Shikoku, with tiny inset maps of Ube and Vicinity, Toyama and Vicinity, and Shiogama and Vicinity, and a Key in the lower left corner. Surrounding the central map, moving from top right, are maps of Kyushu; Principal Railroads (overview of country); Hokkaido; Tokyo and Vicinity (with Key); Nagoya and Vicinity; Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe and Suburbs; North Kyushu. Different colors and styles distinguish the many lines shown. Text at bottom of map states Compiled by Minister of Transportation; Drawn and Printed by Geographic-Science Library; Published by Japan Travel Bureau; January 1947. Some text in Japanese. A most attractive and highly detailed map published early in the Occupation;Uncommon; WorldCat lists only one library holding the item.

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        The Magic Beano Book 1947 Annual

      UK: DC Thomson, 1947. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. Dudley D Watkins. The Magic Beano Book 1947 Annual DC Thomson. No inscriptions, no loose or damaged pages. Full spine and bright boards. A VG copy.

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        Portraits de famille

      J.B. Janin. First edition, one of 4 numbered copies on Hollande, tirage de tête.Spine very slightly sunned on head and foot, otherwise a good copy.About Colette, Paul Verlaine, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Réjane, Max Jacob, Stéphane Mallarmé, Paul Valéry... J.B. Janin Paris 1947 12x19cm broché

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        50 Photographs

      1st Edition New York: Duell Sloan & Pearce, 1947. FIRST EDITION, one of only 1500 copies initialed by Weston. In the rare original dust jacket in exceptionally good condition. With essays by Robinson Jeffers, Merle Armitage, and Donald Bear. Illustrated with folio reproductions of fifty of Weston's photographs. "Though [50 Photographs] includes all of Weston's genres--landscapes, nudes, still lifes, and portraits--it is an unusual selection, more edgy than iconic... The overall effect... is to make visible the real legacy of Weston's work, the way it influenced so much of what would come after. The 50 photographs are followed by a portrait of Weston himself, taken by his son Cole in Point Lobos in 1946, in which the old man is shown wedged between boulders: alert, watchful, mobile, and as sound as stone" (David Levi-Strauss in The Book of 101 Books). Roth 128. Open Book 150. ??New York: Duell Sloan & Pearce, 1947. Folio, original cloth, original dust jacket. Owner bookplate and stamp on front free endpaper; owner stamp also on rear pastedown and at bottom of limitation page. Cloth very clean; dust jacket with light edgewear. An excellent copy in the rare dust jacket - one of the finest examples we've seen of the notoriously fragile jacket. Very Good / Very Good.

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        PAPERMAKING IN INDO-CHINA.

      Chillicothe: Mountain House Press, 1947. 7 3/4 x 11 1/2. 102 pages3 leaves. The pagination includes two paper specimens and 15 plates of photographs. Red morocco spine, decorated boards, vellum tips by Peter Franck (stamp-signed on rear pastedown). Large bookplate removed from inside front cover, leaving glue residue. Light wear to extremities.Very good copy. Hunter studied these Tonkin papermaking villages in 1935, before the Japanese invasion. His monograph provides an important record of a now-perished art. Also of interest are Hunter's "travelogue" and his observations on local social/political conditions. Printed on Hunter's handmade Lime Rock Mill.Typographical ornaments for chapter headings were designed, cut and cast by DH, Jr. The binding paper, made by Hunter, is coated with black India ink and printed with gold Buddhas (a 17th c. Chinese woodcut) with red halos and green lotus. No. 51 of 182 signed copies.

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