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        L’art non-figuratif non-objectif

      Paris, Edition Lydia Conti, [1949]. Small 4to. First edition. Number of 801 of 1080 numbered copies. With seven high-quality colour plates, apparently pochoir. Stiff wrappers, dustwrapper and original glassene. Glassene slighly browned with one small nick, otherwise a fine copy. Book

      [Bookseller: Tim Bryars Ltd]
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        [Photo Album]: Girl's High School Album from Connecticut

      New Haven, Connecticut: 1949. Oblong quarto. Green leather over paper boards embossed with gilt decorations measuring 10" x 13". Assembled are 230 black and white photographs of various sizes from roughly 2" x 3.5" to 7" x 9" affixed to stiff black paper with captions. Some toning, creasing on occasional photos, and tiny tears on the paper leaves thus very good. A photo album documenting New Haven, Connecticut native, Rhoda Sochrin, while attending Wilbur Cross High School and later Southern Connecticut State University. The exploits of young New Englanders in the late 1940s and early 1950s plays out through the extensive pages of Sochrin's album. Beach excursions filled with antics of boys trying to impress their female counterparts with handstands and silly poses; a girl smoking with the caption, "for blackmail use"; another of Rhoda and "Howie" states, "the lovers? Either I'm asleep or I'm dreamy eyed." Later pictures show the group at a Phi Beta dance and include professional "souvenir" photographs with a live band pictured behind them. Sochrin also collected autographs and publicity photos of celebrities, present are Howard Smith, Karen Rich, and Artie Shaw. Rhoda was a member of the current affairs club and aspired to be a writer and contributed to her university's literary journal. A nice insight on the goings on of the life of the American teenager after the war.

      [Bookseller: Between The Covers]
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        The Little Sister.

      Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston 1949 - First issue binding of orange cloth (later yellow). Fine tight copy in dust jacket with some minor wear at head of spine and with a price-clipped front flap but with absolutely no fading to the spine panel and highly uncommon thus. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Robert Dagg Rare Books, ABAA]
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        The Little Sister (First UK Edition)

      London: Hamish Hamilton, 1949. First Edition. First Edition. Very Good plus in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Binding slightly cocked, a couple of small spots to the cloth, spine lightly faded, else book is quite nice. Jacket has a touch of the usual fading to the spine panel and minute chips at a few corners. A nice copy of Chandler's fifth novel, the penultimate Marlowe adventure.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        To Hell and Back

      Henry Holt and Company, 1949. Hardcover. Very Good. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1949. First American Edition, First Printing. Red top stain. In original dust jacket with price of $3.00 intact. In Near Fine condition, in a Very Good dust jacket. Clean text. Light toning and faint cigar smoke odor to pages. First few pages have a tiny indent at bottom. Boards show light rubbing to corners and slight wear to bottom edge. Spine ends lightly worn. The dust jacket shows rubbing, edge wear with chipping at corners and spine ends, with a tape repair from the head of the spine from the verso. The jacket shows foxing along the rear flap and along the rear fold. A nice copy overall. First Edition.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Nineteen Eighty-Four. A Novel

      London: Secker & Warburg,, 1949. Octavo. Original green cloth, spine lettered in red, top edge red. With the green dust jacket. Small bookseller's ticket to the front pastedown. Spine gently rolled, fading to the spine and edges; a very good copy in the price-clipped jacket that has some nicks and chips to the extremities. First edition, first impression. Two versions of the dust jacket were issued, one green and one red, but there is no priority between them.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        NINETEEN EIGHTY FOUR

      Secker & Warburg 1949 - First Edition, First Printing of NINETEEN EIGHTY FOUR by George Orwell, published in 1949 by Secker & Warburg, London (see image of copyright page). Near Fine dust jacket with a crisp, clean stunning near fine book. The book is in near fine condition with crisp, bright and clean light green cloth boards with red titles to the spine. The boards have sharp corners, and no edgewear. Touch of light fading/toning to cloth along spine and outer edges. The binding is tight and square. Bright unfaded red top stain to page block. The end papers are in clean, bright condition with no owner names, no inscriptions, no bookplates and no bookstore stamps. The internal pages are clean, bright and flat with no age toning, no stains, no marks, no writing, no bent pages and no foxing. Beautiful clean book internally appearing as uread. Please see images. The preferred scarce red variant original dust jacket has benefited from very slight restoration by an expert paper conservator and as such presents in near fine condition. The Nineteen Eighty Four jacket is known to be extremely fragile, and usually in pieces or missing altogether. This jacket has strong vibrant colors with the typical fading of the spine to a grey tone, with just a very slight touch of rubbing to the lower area of front panel. Otherwise the jacket has no rips, no chips, no edgewear, no stains, no fading, no rubbing and no foxing. Even the rear panel and flaps are still a bright white. The jacket is NOT price clipped, and has a stated price of 10s. net. A stunning unclipped dust jacket! Please see detailed images. A remarkable crisp, clean copy of this title with an original striking jacket in the scarce red variant color. ADDITIONAL IMAGES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. Please see our Abe store for other SciFi titles [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meier And Sons Rare Books]
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        Nineteen Eighty-Four

      Secker & Warburg, 1949. Hardcover. Very Good. London: Secker & Warburg, 1949. First Edition, First Printing. In a first state dust jacket with the price of 10s net intact. In Very Good condition. Pages lightly toned. Cloth shows sunning to edges and light edge wear. The dust jacket shows chipping with loss to spine ends and corners, as well as edge wear, rubbing, and a few short, closed tears. A lovely first edition of this dystopian classic. Rare in the original dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        CÉRÉMONIE DU MÉMORIAL: SOUVENIR ÉTERNEL! : A NOS MARTYRS 1940-1944

      Bordeaux [France]: S. I. P.. 1949. Original Wraps. 8vo. 11, [1] pages. 25 cm. First edition. In French. 'Memorial Ceremony; Eternal Memory! For the Martyrs 1940-1944'. With two full page illustrations (wall memorial in Bordeaux, for those who perished 1940-1944; photograph of the minute of silence held during the memorial ceremony) ; contains an introduction, and the content of memorial speech given by Rabbi Joseph Cohen to survivors of the Bordeaux Jewish community. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - France - Bordeaux - Sermons. OCLC lists only one copy worldwide (HUC) . Light soiling to wraps, light soiling to margins, otherwise fresh. Good + condition. Rare early Bordeaux Holocaust imprint. (HOLO2-117-3) .

      [Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books]
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        The Red Pony

      n.p., Republic, 1949, first edition. A lot of 34 different b&w stills from the original release of this Lewis Milestone film that starred Myrna Loy, Robert Mitchum, and Louis Calhern, all of whom are sometimes pictured, the production number shown on most of the stills is 1667, individual numbers are 7, 18, 21, 25, 28, 39, 54, 61, 62, 65, 67, 72, 74, 77, 83, 87, 89, 93, 105, 111, 116, 119, 121, 123, 124, 132, 134, 135, 143, 158, 165, 166, 176, and what appears to be RPB-2, none of these items was in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, but see Goldstone & Payne E16, not recorded by Morrow. The usual corner pin holes and edge wear on some, some aged, all very good to fine.

      [Bookseller: James M. Dourgarian, Bookman]
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        Weltende / Zwei Einhörner im vollen Lauf 1949

      1949. Scherenschnitt auf Zeichenkarton montiert, ca. 15,4 x 23,4 cm. L. u. Darstellung monogr. u. dat.: "tibi, sanguine, Tu... E. 9.III.49". Untersatz mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren. Das Motiv wurde von Engert "Weltende" nachträglich bezeichnet, nach freundlichem Hinweis von Josef Hamm..

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        Mathematical Formulation of the Quantum Theory of Electromagnetic Interaction" (Feynman) WITH "Spin Echoes" (Hahn) in The Physical Review, Volume 80, Number 3, November 1, 1950, pp. 440-457 (Feynman), pp. 580-594 (Hahn)

      FIRST EDITION of Feynman's proof of the validity of his 1949 "reformation of quantum mechanics itself," work that would "elegantly rewrite quantum theory" (American National Biography; Peacock, The Quantum Revolution, 102). In this, the third paper in his pivotal reformulation of quantum mechanics, Feynman provides the mathematical "proof of the validity of the [his] rules for calculations of amplitudes in quantum electrodynamics. Feynman's paper rigorously proved that his treatment of "the problem of molecular forces from a thoroughly quantum-mechanical point of view" was accurate (DSB). Feynman had arrived "at a simple means of calculating the energy of a molecular system that continues to guide quantum chemists" (ibid).& & In 1965 Feynman was awarded the Nobel Prize along with Schwinger and Tomonaga "for their fundamental work in quantum electrodynamics, with deep-ploughing consequences for the physics of elementary particles" (Particle Physics, One Hundred Years of Discoveries, 113). & & ALSO included is Erwin Hahn's "Spin Echoes," the first detection and report of spin echoes in nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). CONDITION & DETAILS: Lancaster: American Physical Society, Volume 80, October to December 1950. While bound in buckram, this volume is not ex-libris (and bears no indication that it ever was). bound in green buckram, gilt-lettered at the spine. Slight rubbing at edge tips; tightly and solidly bound. Bright and clean inside and out. Very good condition.

      [Bookseller: Atticus Rare Books]
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        PERSONAL LETTER CORRESPONDANCE Of PROFESSOR C[harles]. A. COULSON (MATHEMATICAL INSTITUTE, OXFORD) And PROFESSOR HARRISON SHULL (INDIANA UNIVERSITY).

      1949 - 1963, Oxford / Bloomington, Indiana: 1949 - Dated letters from Coulson to Shull, in chronological order:13 September 1949, 14 November 1951, 24 January 1956, 8 February 1956, 13 February 1956, 18 February 1956, 12 December 1956, 11 January 1957, 25 March 1959, 30 May 1961, 1 August 1961, 1 November 1961, 12 November 1961, 1 February 1963, 4 May 1964. Dated letters from Shull to Coulson (file copies): 7 February 1956, 14 Feburary 1956, 8 November 1961. This collection also includes one letter from Coulson to a Dr. F. H. Spedding at Iowa State College (referencing Dr. Shull and thanking Spedding for a manuscript sent to him in Oxford) and one letter from Frank O. Ellison to Coulson regarding Shull and his work on the structure of water (Ellison is mentioned several times in Coulsons other letters to Shull). These Coulson-Shull letters are a small representation of an easy-going friendship & intellectual relationship between these two prominent academics. This collection of letters comes from Shull's own personal estate, and therefore mainly consists of letters from Coulson to Shull. Though it is unknown as to how Coulson and Shull met, the two maintained a personal correspondance for at least 14 years. As a mathematician, chemist & theoretical physicist, Coulson was an active member in the formation of the Mathematical Institute at Oxford and would later become its Director. He is described on the Institute's site as "a man who packed into his life twice as much as any normal academic person . he had a gift for lucid exposition and was . indefatigable in his work, not only for science and mathematics, but also on behalf of people, whether black or white, young or old." Shull, a very well known physicist & chemist throughout the United States (having taught, worked, and done research at Iowa State College [now University], Indiana University, UC Berkeley, the University of Chicago, Princeton, Colorado University at Boulder & the Naval Postgraduate School), compared notes and research with Coulson. In fact, their correspondance represented in this collection spans a period with Shull is addressed at 3 different American universities (Iowa State College, Indiana University, & the University of Chicago). Although we are not experts in the quantum theory world, we capture the gist of the letters from Coulson to Shull (as well as through Harrison's few file copy responses) as academic and friendly notes about their intersecting research, mutual friends "I can't for the life of me understand why Larry didn't know the Kotani tables. We have either two or three copies floating round the Institute at Oxford. Very odd. But he is a bit shy, and maybe felt that he shouldn't bother other people by asking them.", and personal anecdotes "I found this extremely interesting, particularly since I believe that I was the first person to make calculations on this particular system. It's true that what I did is very primitive compared with what he has done, but that doesn't prevent one from appreciating a verey thorough-going piece of work." They even share warm and welcoming hopes for each other: "I should most certainly have said: carry on at Bloomington till you have got a Ph.D. One day I hope we will see you here. Try and get a sabbatical or something!" and "Now about your visit to Oxford. This looks bad. As we have the whole family - two grown-ups and four children here - we are travelling as cheaply as possible: and this means by boat. If your timetable is as rigid as I guess from your letter, it looks as if we shall have to wait till the Boulder meeting before we get together for a visit. It would have been lovely to invite you to stay with us in Oxford." All of Coulson's letters to Shull are signed by the Oxford Professor. Coulson's major scientific work and research as a pioneer of the application of valency to the problems of molecular structure, dynamics, and the quantum theory of reactivity. These and his discoveries in valence bond theory allowed him to be elected a Fellow of the R [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Farmer Giles of Ham

      London: George Allen and Unwin Ltd.,, 1949. [black letter:] Aegidii Ahenobarbi Julii Agricole de Hammo Domini de Domito Aule Draconarie Comitis Regni Minimi Regis et Basilea mira facinora et mirabilis exortus [roman:] in the vulgar tongue The Rise and Wonderful Adventures of Farmer Giles, Lord of Tame, Count of Worminghall and King of the Little Kingdom. Octavo. Original light orange cloth, titles to spine and dragon design to front board in blue, top edge blue, pictorial endpapers. With the pictorial dust jacket. Black and white illustrations in text by Pauline Diana Baynes. A few small dark marks to rear board, top edge faded, minor spotting to edges, pale tanning to endpapers, margins of text block very lightly foxed in a few places. An excellent copy in a bright jacket with slightly rubbed and chipped extremities, and a few short closed tears. First edition, first impression, of Tolkien's comic mediaeval fable set in a mythic Great Britain.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        THEY DIDN'T LIVE TO SEE [INSCRIBED BY ARTIST WITH LAID IN LETTER]

      New York; Hatekufah Pub. House 1949 - 1st edition. Original Illustrated Paper Portfolio. Folio. 18 leaves [plus 2 additional duplicate lithographs]. 37 cm. 1st edition (not the more common reprint from 1989) . Some Hebrew. Inscribed by Luba Gurdus on endpage of portfolio in1951. Three sentence autograph letter signed from the artist on her letterhead laid in as well. Sixteen Holocaust Lithographs by Luba Gurdus [with duplicate copies of nrs 7 & 15 included as well, 18 in all]. "Of unique documentary value, these lithographs reflect the indelible impressions of an artist/witness who survived six years of the Holocaust in ghettos and camps of Poland. The art works of Luba gurdus, widely exhibited in the United States and Israel, are in public institutions and private collections. The sixteen works, selected for the portfolio, traveled under the auspices of the American Jewish Congress throughout the U. S. And now for part of the permanent collection of Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. These expressionist reminds of terror and death, reflect the artist's limitless compassion for her brethren. The portfolio includes a heartrending introduction and text, describing the 10' x 14' lithographs, supplied by generous margins and printed in sepia on heavy tan sheets, suitable for immediate display. " (From a later publication of the images) . Subjects: Concentration camps in art. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) , in art. Gurdus, Luba Krugman. OCLC lists 10 sets worldwide. Spine rebacked on portfolio with light wear, otherwise fresh and clean. Very good condition. (HOLO2-113-57) [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books, LLC]
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        ISRAEL, AS I SAW IT. [HUNGARIAN SURVIVORS IN ISRAEL]

      New York; United Hungarian Jews Of America. 1949. Original Wraps. 8vo. 80 pages. 22 cm. First edition. With an introduction by Professor Emil Lengyel. Somber but hopeful report by Rabbi Joseph Gelberman on his trip to Palestine on behalf of the United Hungarian Jews of America, an organization established to assist Hungarian Jewish survivors of the holocaust. With countless descriptions of survivors of the holocaust and the new life they are building in Israel. Dedicated to Rabbi Joseph Gelberman's daughter (with her portrait) , who perished in 1944. Gelberman later in life helped found the Rabbinical Seminary International. Subjects: Israel. Holocaust – Reconstruction. OCLC lists 4 copies (Stanford, Johns Hopkins, HUC, Southern State Comm College) , none in the entire Northeastern US. Light wear to wraps, light foxing to title page, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (HOLO2-115-21) .

      [Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books]
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        Greener than you think

      London: Victor Gollancz,, 1949. Octavo. Original orange cloth, titles to spine in green. With the dust jacket. Tips just nicked; an excellent copy in the somewhat spine-tanned jacket with the faintest rubbing to corners. First UK edition (first published in 1947 by William Sloane, New York), first impression. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper to legendary Sci-Fi writer Forry Ackerman, "For Forrest Ackerman, who prefers fantasy to improbalia / Ward Moore, who prefers improbabilia to fantasy." Already a scarce title (the UK edition is harder to find than the US), this copy also includes (uniquely in our experience) the wraparound band with the endorsement by Bernard Newman, "The most brilliant imaginative novel I have read for years. Fiendishly ingenious", and also has a small letter "A" (made by a plastic label-maker) affixed at the head of the spine panel, possibly denoting the reservation of this copy for presentation. This is also the only inscribed copy of Ward Moore's many fiction titles that we have seen.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Ludovico Ferdinando di Baviera (Madrid 1859 - Nymphenburg 1949)

      - Bella fotografia di gruppo in cui compare il Principe di Baviera - marito di Maria de la Paz di Borbone Infanta di Spagna, figlia della regina Isabella II - in cui compaiono i membri della famiglia e le relative firme autografe al margine inferiore. Sono ritratti il principe Ludovico Ferdinando, la principessa Paz ed i figli Ferdinand Maria, Pilar e Adalberto. Cm 23 x 16 applicata su passe-partout grigio (cm 24,5 x 17). Foxing diffuso. Fotografia Fernando Debas Primer Fotografo Princesa de Asturias Infantas - Madrid.

      [Bookseller: Lim Antiqua]
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        Cancioneiro da Biblioteca Nacional. Antigo Colocci-Brancuti. Leitura, comentários e Glossário por . Volume I (a Volume VIII).

      Edição da "Revista de Portugal", Lisboa : 1949-1964 - 8 vols. In-4to. (258 mm) de 404 pp.-[40 fol.] ; 396 pp.-[32 fol.] ; 398 pp.-[40 fol.] ; 398-[42 fol.] ; 398-[40 fol.] ; 398-[40 fol.] ; 322-[32 fol.] ; 474-[48 fol.] e 1 mapa desdobrável. Cartonagens recentes, com rótulos nas lombadas. Colecção completa, muito bom exemplar, pouco vulgar.

      [Bookseller: Artes & Letras]
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        Nineteen Eighty-Four [1984]

      Secker and Warburg 1949 - A first edition, first printing published by Secker and Warburg in 1949. A near fine book with one small deleted name (ink) to the front end-paper. In a very good+ unclipped wrapper with a small chip to the foot of the spine and a little wear to the corners - a few short nicks to the edges here and there. Some rubbing to the folds also and a neat professional internal tissue repair to the inside fold. A rare copy with an unfaded spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books ABA ILAB PBFA]
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        Nineteen Eighty-Four

      Secker and Warburg, 1949. Hardcover. Very Good. London: Secker & Warburg, 1949. First Edition, First Printing with statement of "First Published 1949" on copyright page, with no mention of subsequent printings. UK Edition precedes American first edition. Lacking original dust jacket. Hardcover bound in original pale green cloth, in Good+ condition, with the exterior showing bumped corners, foxing, soiling, uneven sunning and wear. The pages are clean, lightly age toned, with no marking in text. True first edition of this dystopian classic.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        1949 National League Champion Brooklyn Dodgers signed ball including Robinson and Campanella

      n.p., [1949] Official National League Ford Frick Baseball signed by Hall of Famers Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella, Duke Snider, and Pee Wee Reese, and Gil Hodges, Billy Cox, Don Newcombe (rookie), Gene Hermanski, Carl Furillo, Preacher Roe, Johnny Jorgensen, Bruce Edwards, Mike McCormick, Ed Miksis, Tom Brown, Dick Whitman, Johnny Hopp, Joe Hatten, Rex Barney, Jack Banta, Ervin Palica, Paul Minner, Morrie Martin, manager Burt Shotten on the sweet spot, bullpen catcher Sam Narron, coach Milt Stock, and two others. Also signed by Dodgers pitcher Elmer Sexauer who had pitched two-thirds of an inning on September 6, 1948, and walked two batters on September 12, 1948; that was his entire major league career. He most probably was visiting the team when this ball was signed. The signatures of Snider and three others appear to have had minor restoration. Fairly even shellacking, the custom of the time, preserves the major signatures. Pre-certified by JSA.

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        Gastein

      1949.. Orig.-Farbzeichnung. 41 x 32 cm. V. d. Künstlerin eh. signiert , bez. u. dat. 1949.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag]
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        Bad Gastein. [Waldstück].

      1949.. Orig.-Farbzeichnung. 41, 5 x 32 cm.. V. d. Künstlerin eh. signiert , bez. u. dat. 15. Okt. 1949.

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        Gastein.

      1949.. Orig.-Farbzeichnung. 41 x 32 cm.. V. d. Künstlerin eh. signiert , bez. u. dat. 1949.

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        Antigone.

      Lausanne, André Gonin, 1949. - In-folio, 104p. Edition de luxe numérotée 1/189 exemplaires s/vélin pur fil du Marais [tirage total 230 exemplaires]. Illustré de 14 eaux-fortes de Hans Erni, tirées sur les presses de Reynold Distelli, les cuivres ayant été barrés après le tirage. Signé par l'artiste et par l'éditeur à la justification. Version française par André Bonnard. En parfaite condition. en feuilles, sous jaquette illustrée rempliée, chemise à dos parcheminé et étui. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Le Cabinet d'Amateur]
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        Of Mice and Men

      n.p. (NY), The Theatre Guild, Inc., May 8, 1949, first edition. This is the mimeographed script for The Theatre Guild's radio broadcast as adapted for radio by Robert Anderson from Steinbeck's novel/play, this is one of just two copies retained by The Theatre Guild, the script consists of 60 sheets printed on rectos only, plus additional sheets of text as read by Roger Pryor about other Theatre Guild Productions and other sheets as read by Norman Brokenshire that are commercials for the sponsor, U. S. Steel Corporation, Anderson went on to a distinguished career as a playwright (Tea and Sympathy, Silent Night, Lonely Night), in this production Burgess Meredith reprised his film role as George, June Havoc played Curley's wife, George Matthews played Lennie, John Hamilton reprised his original stage role as Candy, noted actor E. G. Marshall played two roles, this item wasn't in the Adrian H. Goldstone collection, not recorded by Goldstone & Payne or Morrow. The sheets are stapled in the upper left-hand corner, just the most minor of wear, now housed in a custom blue cloth clam-shell case.

      [Bookseller: James M. Dourgarian, Bookman]
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        Pas d'orchidées pour Miss Blandish.

      Gallimard 1949 - - Gallimard, Paris 1949, 11,5x18cm, broché. - Nouvelle édition de la traduction française établie par Marcel Duhamel pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers. Rare envoi autographe signé de l'auteur. Un infime accroc en tête du dos légèrement ridé. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        In den Bach gefallen).

      0 - Aquarellierte Handzeichnung von J.K.G. Niedlich, signiert. Ca. 22 x 12 cm (H). Johannes Karl Gotthard Niedlich, geb. am 4 März 1949 in Lunow an der Oder, Mark Brandenburg, lebt und arbeitet als freischaffender Künstler in Altlandsberg bei Berlin. Die Zeichnung ist die Original-Vorlage für die Buchillustration zu "Luise Berg" von Bernd Lunghard, Berlin, Kinderbuchverlag 1987. S. 12.

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        (In den Bach gefallen).

      . Aquarellierte Handzeichnung von J.K.G. Niedlich, signiert. Ca. 22 x 12 cm (H).. Johannes Karl Gotthard Niedlich, geb. am 4 März 1949 in Lunow an der Oder, Mark Brandenburg, lebt und arbeitet als freischaffender Künstler in Altlandsberg bei Berlin. Die Zeichnung ist die Original-Vorlage für die Buchillustration zu "Luise Berg" von Bernd Lunghard, Berlin, Kinderbuchverlag 1987. S. 12.

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        "Ruinen-Einsamkeit".

      1949. Radierung und Aquatinta, 1949, auf festem strukturiertem Papier, signiert und betitelt. 29,6:24,7 cm. Blatt 1 des 16-Blatt-Zyklus' "De profundis", 1947-1952, über die Leiden des Krieges. Literatur: G. Saure/H. Weström 85,1. Selbstbildnis der Künstlerin vor den Ruinen Berlins.. Ab 1919 besuchte Gerda Rotermund das Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin als Schülerin von E. Orlik (1870-1932), später wurde sie dessen Meisterschülerin. Beginn der Freundschaft mit K. Kollwitz (1867-1945), die sie entscheidend prägen sollte. 1926-1928 unternahm sie Reisen nach Paris und in die Provence. Anschließend setzte sie ihr Berliner Studium fort. 1932-1934 erste Museumsankäufe. 1934 Übernahme des Geburtsnamens ihrer Mutter. 1935 Ausstellung in Rom und Reisen durch Italien. 1937 erneuter Parisaufenthalt, 1939 Reise nach Jugoslawien. 1940 Dürer-Preis (Stipendium) der Stadt Nürnberg. 1943 Ausbombung ihres Berliner Ateliers. 1945-1947 war sie nach Alvensleben evakuiert worden, wo sie russische Soldaten und Stalin-Porträts anfertigte. 1948-1973 Dozentin an der Volkshochschule Wilmersdorf. 1952 Kunstpreis der Stadt Berlin. Reisen 1955 nach Venedig, 1960 über die Bretagne nach England und 1968 nach Genf.

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        (Mäusekönigin).

      . Aquarellierte Handzeichnung von J.K.G. Niedlich, signiert. Ca. 16,5 x 11,5 cm (H).. Johannes Karl Gotthard Niedlich, geb. am 4 März 1949 in Lunow an der Oder, Mark Brandenburg, lebt und arbeitet als freischaffender Künstler in Altlandsberg bei Berlin. Die Zeichnung ist die Original-Vorlage für die Buchillustration zu "Das ewige Brot" von Irene Knoll, Berlin, Altberliner Verlag 1991, S. 3.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
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        (König mit Bruder).

      . Aquarellierte Handzeichnung von J.K.G. Niedlich, signiert. Ca. 17 x 13 cm (H).. Johannes Karl Gotthard Niedlich, geb. am 4 März 1949 in Lunow an der Oder, Mark Brandenburg, lebt und arbeitet als freischaffender Künstler in Altlandsberg bei Berlin. Die Zeichnung ist die Original-Vorlage für die Buchillustration zu "Das ewige Brot" von Irene Knoll, Berlin, Altberliner Verlag 1991, S. 19.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
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        (Der Bruder des Königs).

      . Aquarellierte Handzeichnung von J.K.G. Niedlich, signiert. Ca. 16,5 x 12 cm (H).. Johannes Karl Gotthard Niedlich, geb. am 4 März 1949 in Lunow an der Oder, Mark Brandenburg, lebt und arbeitet als freischaffender Künstler in Altlandsberg bei Berlin. Die Zeichnung ist die Original-Vorlage für die Buchillustration zu "Das ewige Brot" von Irene Knoll, Berlin, Altberliner Verlag 1991, S. 7.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
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        This I Remember

      New York: Harper and Brothers. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. SIGNED LIMITED FIRST EDITION, one of only 1000 copies signed by Eleanor Roosevelt. "There are a great many things Mrs. Roosevelt knows, and it is because she is willing to tell them that this extraordinarily candid book is personally fascinating as well as historically important... It was one of the rare accidents of history that the only four-term President of the United States should have been married to a woman whose personality was as remarkable as his own" (Orville Prescott, The New York Times, November 7, 1949). This I Remember covers Eleanor Roosevelt's life from the political campaign of 1924 to her departure from the White House following FDR's death. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1949. Octavo, original cloth, original slipcase. A little fading to slipcase edges. Book with small spot of soiling at top of spine; slipcase with fading to edges (as usual), bump at spine, and small circle of discoloration (from early price sticker) on rear. A very good copy.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        The Moving Target

      Alfred A. Knopf, New York 1949 - First Edition, First Printing SIGNED by John Ross Macdonald on a laid in signature. This FIRST ISSUE dustjacket is vibrant in color with NO fading to the spine. This ORIGINAL dustjacket has all the First Issue points present with minor wear to the edges. The book is in great shape. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A beautiful copy in collector's condition. We buy John Ross Macdonald First Editions. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        Nineteen Eighty-Four. A Novel.

      London: Secker & Warburg, 1949 - Octavo. Original green cloth, spine lettered in red, top edge red. With the green dust jacket. Small bookseller's ticket to the front pastedown. Spine gently rolled, fading to the spine and edges; a very good copy in the price-clipped jacket that has some nicks and chips to the extremities. First edition, first impression. Two versions of the dust jacket were issued, one green and one red, but there is no priority between them.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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