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      New Directions (New York): New Directions, (1949). First New Classics Edition. cloth. Near Fine in a price-clipped, Near Very Good dustwrapper. This high spot of twentieth century drama was first published in 1945 and is published here with illustrations from the film starring Gertrude Lawrence, Kirk Douglas, Jane Wyman, and Arthur Kennedy. This edition also contains production notes of the play by Williams as well as an essay by him reprinted from THE NEW YORK TIMES. Nicely SIGNED by the author on the front endpaper and rather uncommon as such. The dustwrapper, designed by Alvin Lustig, has a few small chips and is lightly soiled.

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        Physical Principles Involved in Transistor Action, in, The Physical Review, Vol 75, No. 8, April 15, 1949; Second Series

      APS, NY April 15, 1949; pp 1115-1338 inclusive, Bardeen and Brattain's article on pp 1208-1225 inclusive; double-column. Very Good overall, large light-blue paper covers of The Physical Review, prev. owner's name lightly across top righthand corner; small closed tear at lower spine paper, loose tear along upper spine paper, spine toned, bump at lower spine end. The binding is secure and square, the pages are clean and unmarked'The transistor in the form described herein consists of two point-contact electrodes, called emitter and collector, placed in close proximity on the upper face of a small block of germanium. The base electrode, the third element of the triode, is a loarge area, low resistance contact on the lower face...' (from the Abstract)'We plan to give here an outline of the history of the development, to give some further data on the characteristics and to discuss the physical principles involved...'

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      Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Co., 1949 First Edition. Beautifully signed by the author in his elegant hand in purple ink. 8vo., pp: [viii], 248. Decorations by Claire Stewart. A near fine copy in red cloth, gilt titles to the spine in a better than very good plus classic Claire Stewart dustwrapper showing light use; a couple of tiny nicks, a surface scratch on the back panel and minor soil, still extremely nice - a superior dustwrapper for this 60 year old High Spot. Davies' sequel to The Diary of Samuel Marchbanks, the second of the three Marchbanks books of essays.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        Mathematical Tables and Other Aids to Computation, volume III 1949 entire year 4 indiv issues January, April, July, Oct

      MTAC, The National Research Council, 1949, 4 individual issues, entire year, pp. 333 - 596 inclusive, diagrams, referenc. Very Good, each issue original light-green paper wraps, stapled bindings, some fading at extremities, prev. owner's name rubberstamp along top front cover, some smudges and shelfwear; stapled bindings are tight and secure, pages are clean, unmarkedA Quarterly Journal edited on behalf of the Committee on Mathematical Tables and Other Aids to ComputationIncludes, Coding of a Laplace Boundary Value Problem for the UNIVAC; A Method of Plotting on Standard IBM Equipment; Automatic Computing Mahchinery, bibliographies, notes; reviews and summaries of important early reports including, Bigelow et al, Interim Progress Report on the Physical REalization of an Electronic Computing Instrument; also, Progress Report on the EDVAC; summaries of the Lectures delivered at the Moore School of Electrical Engineering, and more;The California Institute of Technology Electric Analogue Computer (October 1949); The Solution of Simultaneous Linear Equations with the Aid of the IBM 602 Calculating Punch (July 1949); much more

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        This I Remember [Signed Limted Edition]

      NY: Harper and Brothers, 1949. Hardcover. Very Good. #789 of 1000cc signed by Roosevelt on a tipped in limitation page. Edges of slipcase a bit sunned, otherwise a fine copy in publisher's blue cloth with paper spine label. Publisher's unprinted acetate jacket present,but missing a large piece with the worst being about three inches deep on the front decreasing to about an inch deep at the rear.

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        Fishing the Atlantic: Offshore and On

      Coward McCann Inc. New York: Coward-McCann, Inc.. (1949). First. First edition. Illustrated by Lynn Bogue Hunt. Fine in very good or better dustwrapper with a few very small nicks and tears. Inscribed by the author to the great boxing champion: "For Gene Tunney, one of the donors to Lerner Marine Lab, Bimini, and his Am. Museum of Natural History, who has helped make it possible. With the seasons greetings. S. Kip Farrington. 12/15/49." .

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        The Signature of All Things

      New Directions New York: New Directions. [1949]. First. First edition. Corners a bit rubbed, near fine in near fine dustwrapper, in a worn slipcase missing the top piece and a split in one other seam, light soiling. Copy number 3 of 50 numbered copies on Fabriano paper designed by Hans Mardersteig, printed at the Stamperia Valdonega in Verona, Italy, and Signed by the author (of a total edition of 1550 copies). .

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      London New York: Peter Nevill Limited London, New York: Peter Nevill Limited,. [1949]. original dark green cloth, spine panel stamped in gold.. Some foxing to top and fore-edges of text block, else a fine copy in. near fine dust jacket with mild rubbing to spine ends and corner. tips, a bit of mild dust soiling to rear panel, and clipped price. An. attractive copy. (#105677). First edition. Signed and dated 1949 by Blackwood on front free endpaper. Collects twenty- two stories. Reginald 01408. Ashley A.48.1

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        Partridge Shortenin'; being an instructive and irreverent sketch commentary on the psychology foibles and footwork of partridge hunters.n.p.

      First Edition. Bound in publisher's original green cloth stamped in gilt. One of only 100 copies published. Presentation signed by the author on front free endpaper. A nice tight copy with wear through the cloth to the head and heel of the spine and to the corners. Better than it sounds with inner hinges still tight. Image available on request. Hard Cover. Book condition: Very good condition

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        The Red Pony: Original Poster for the Bantam Books Paperback Movie Tie-In Edition

      Bantam Books New York: Bantam Books. 1949. First. Color poster for the first Bantam Books paperback edition issued to coincide with the release of the motion picture starring Myrna Loy and Robert Mitchum. Approximately 22" x 28". Very slight loss at the bottom edge, and a couple of very small tears in the margins, else easily fine. Boldly printed reproducing the front cover of the paperback depicting Loy and Mitchum, and other images from the film. Very scarce. .

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        Moshe Dayan's personally owned commemorative ceramic plate from the 1949 Israel and Jordan Armistice negotiations

      The plate was purchased by Dayan's then wife, Rut Dayan at the negotiations in 1949. The negotiations took place ins Rhodes Greece. The plate is decorated with blue, green and red flowers and bear the words "Armistice Negotiations Rhodes, 1949." The Armistice Agreement with Jordan was signed in Rhodes with the help of UN mediation on April 4, 1949. The agreement states that this is a necessary step towards reestablishing peace in the Land of Israel, and emphasizes that in no way is the armistice line to be interpreted as a political or territorial border, nor does it constitute interference with the rights, claims, or positions of any side vis-?-vis the final settlement of the question of the Land of Israel. The agreement set the parameters for prisoner exchanges, demilitarized zones, no-man's land, and monitoring arrangements. In the framework of the agreement, Israel was given land in the Sharon and the Irone River areas, and sections of the Beit Shean Valley were exchanged. The plate comes with provenance from Rut Dayan with regards to when she purchased the plate.

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        COMUNITA' rivista del movimento di Comunità (11 annate 1949-1959) consistente parte di tutto il pubblicato nel periodo più "significativo" della storia del movimenio di Adriano Olivetti.., Ivrea (Torino), Olivetti, 1949

      Si tratta di una rivista fondamentale per la cultura e la politica italiana del dopoguerra. Nacque come espressione del gruppo politico-idealista nominato "Movimento di Comunità ", di ispirazione democratico-socialista ed autonomista E' nota l'uscita irregolare, quasi amatoriale con formato tipo giornale in soli pochi esemplari negli anni 1946-1947, con tiratura assai limitata. Soltanto all'inizio del 1949, con il trasferimento a Milano ed Ivrea, la rivista prese il giusto ritmo. Infatti dal gennaio-febbraio 1949, (viene indicato ANNO III e la numerazione ricomincia dal n. 1) con la raccolta- sequenza che quì presentiamo inizia la grande stagione di COMUNITA'. Nel suo "Progetto", Adriano Olivetti riuscì a coinvolgere importanti personaggi politici, scrittori, filosofi, pensatori ed artisti, che con i loro scritti e la loro presenza fisica ,contribuirono alla affermazione del Movimento ed a una maggiore presa di coscienza generale di tante problematiche italiane,sociali e politiche. Contemporaneamente l'azienda OLIVETTI cresceva e si formava la cosidetta scuola degli "Olivettiani" che non erano soltanto managers od operatori, ma rappresentavano una filosofia di lavoro e di vita e di presenza nella società civile. Qui poi citiamo solo alcuni degli importanti collaboratori : Anceschi, Foà V., Noventa, Agnoletti, Fortini, Pampaloni, Benedetto Croce, Sinisgalli,Soavi, Argan, E. Forcella, M. Guidacci, Musatti, B. Zevi , Mario Praz, A. Bertolucci, Garosci, Loria, Ignazio Silone, Portoghesi, Santini, Visalberghi, Ferarotti e tantissimi altri. Il periodo che qui presentiamo (1949-1959) è certamente il più fertile di nuove proposte ed idee nei vari campi letterari, politici, sociali ed artistici. Il direttore è sempre ADRIANO OLIVETTI ne è una garanzia assoluta.. (Alla sua scomparsa avvenuta nel 1960 il movimento di Comunità si dissolse ma restò vivo lo spirito iniziale) mentre in redazione si rivelarono fondamentali GIORGIO SOAVI, EGIDIO BONFANTE e RENZO ZORZI (che poi proseguirà la gestione come direttore e come protagonista di tante valide iniziative olivettiane). Il dettaglio delle annate presentate tutte in buone condizioni. ANNO III 1949 - Dal n. 1 del genn- febbraio 1949 al n. 5 del sett-ott. 1949 (Lievi restauri al dorso del n. 1) ANNO IV 1950 - Dal n- 6 del gen.- febbraio al n. 9 del sett. - ottobre 1950 . ANNO V 1951 â?? dal n. 10 del gennaio- febbraio al n. 12 dellâ??ottobre 1951 â?? ANN O VI 1952 â?? dal n. 13 del gennaio al n. 16 del dicembre 1952 ANNO VII 1953 - Dal n. 17 del febbraio al n. 22 del dicembre 1953 ANNO VIII 1954 â?? dal n., 23 del febbraio al n. 28 del dicembre (Manca il 27) ANNO IX 1955 . dal n. 29 del n. 35 del dic.(mancano i n,.30 e35 Tutte queste annate hanno Formato 23,5 x 29,5 pagine cadauno 70 + appendici Dallâ??annata 1956 cambia formato in 22 x 24 , la rivista prende piuâ?? regolarità con cadenza mensie e le pagine sono 70-80 + appendici ANNO X 1956 â?? dal n. 36 del genn. al n. 45 di dic.(mancano 38,41, 45) ANNO XI 1957 â?? dal n. 46 del gennaio al n.55 dicembre (manca n. 48) ANNO XII â?? 1958 â?? dal n. 56 de genn. al n. 65 dic.(meno58, 59, 61,63,64) ANNO XIII â?? 1959 â?? dal n. 66 di n, 75 di dic. (meno 66,72,73, 75. La collezione di queste 11 annate, non divisibile, viene offerta in blocco

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        Magie der Schiene. Fotos: René Groebli. Gedicht: Albert Ehrismann.

      Gr.8°, o. P. (8 Doppelbl. m. 12 ganzseit. u. 2 doppelblattgrossen Abb.), Lose Doppelbl. in Brosch. m. Bauchbinde (Diese neu nach der ursprünglichen Vorlage), Tadellos. EA.diese legendären Photobuches. Nr. 528 von 700 deutschsprachigen Exemplaren. Auf Titelblatt von René Groebli signiert. Mit 2 S. Nachwort von Hans Ulrich Gasser.

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        The Life and Times of Andrew Jackson Sloper

      The Author [No place]: (The Author). (1949). First. First edition. Page edges foxed, else fine in the original, unprinted clear acetate dustwrapper (not shown in illustration) and fine slipcase. Privately printed memoir by a stockbroker, and Titanic survivor, ostensibly about his father, but mostly his own memoirs, including a chapter on his account of the sinking. Sloper escaped on Boat 7, one of the first away, when no attempt was being made to prevent men from boarding the boats. Later a New York newspaper reported that Sloper, a first-class passenger, had boarded the lifeboat dressed in women's clothing, which he was forced to refute for the rest of his life. Inscribed by the author: "To Margaret Williams, Whose house was always open to me when I was a lovesick Hotchkiss School 'boy' in 1902-1903. William T. Sloper." Exceptionally scarce. .

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        A Tree of Night and Other Stories

      Random House New York: Random House. (1949). First. First edition. Bump at the top of the front board, near fine in price-clipped, very good dustwrapper with tiny nicks and tears at the extremities. Signed by the author. A nice copy of Capote's second book, and first collection of stories. The soft paper jacket is particularly susceptible to wear. .

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        All on a Summer's Day (First UK Edition)

      Michael Joseph London: Michael Joseph, 1949. First Edition. First Edition. Very Good plus in a bright, Very Good plus dust jacket. Book has a touch of foxing to the front endpaper, page edges, and front board, else clean. Jacket is nicked at the corners, with some foxing to the white rear panel. Basis for the 1950 British film noir, "Double Confession," starring Derek Farr, Joan Hopkins, and Peter Lorre. Rare in or out of jacket.

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        1949 Inaugural guest list penned by Harry Truman - He writes "Harry" once, and "Truman" four times!

      Harry S. Truman 1949 Inauguration White House Guests, one page, 8" x 9.75" (visible). Vice President Harry S. Truman succeeded to the presidency when President Franklin D. Roosevelt died on April 12, 1945. He was elected to a full four year term in 1948 and was inaugurated on January 20, 1949. This is a list of the people who would be Truman's guests at the White House during the Inaugural festivities, with ten names added by President Truman. He's also corrected his brother-in-law's name, changing "Frederick" to "Fred." Typed on the page in one column, 12 names, Headed "House Guests." The list: "Mr. J. Vivian Truman/Miss Martha Ann Truman/Miss Mary Truman/Mr. & Mrs. Frank G. Wallace/Mr. & Mrs. George Wallace/Miss Ethel Noland/Mr. & Mrs. John C. Truman/Mr. & Mrs. Fred Wallace/Mrs. Roy Davis Hornbuckle/Mrs. Talbot Romine/Marian Wallace/David Wallace." President Truman was Mr. J. Vivian Truman and Miss Mary Truman's brother. Miss Martha Anne Truman was the President's niece. Mr. & Mrs. Frank G. Wallace, Mr. & Mrs. George Wallace, and Mr. & Mrs. Fred Wallace were Mrs. Bess Wallace Truman's brothers and sisters-in-law. Miss Ethel Noland, Mrs. Roy Davis Hornbuckle, and Mrs. Talbot Romine were President Truman's cousins. John C. Truman was his nephew. Mrs. Bess Wallace Truman was the aunt of David Wallace and Marian Wallace. President Truman has personally added 10 names to the list, never signing his name, but penning "Harry" once and "Truman" four times: "Mrs. Truman" (wife), "Margaret Truman" (daughter), "Maj. Gen. & Mrs. Ralph E. Truman " (cousin), "Col. & Mrs. Louis Truman" (second cousin), "Maj. Gen. Harry H. Vaughan Army" (friend since 1917), "Brig. Gen Wallace H. Graham Surgeon" (personal White House physician), "R. Adm. Robert L. Dennison Navy" (Truman's Naval Aide), and "Brig Gen. Robert Landry Air" (Truman's Air Force Aide). It's interesting to note that President Truman added the names of his wife and daughter as "House Guests," but not his own. "1949 Inaugural" penciled at lower edge in unknown hand. Truman's handwriting, over 30 words, is dark and bold. The page has numerous creases and soiling, the lower two corners have been cut off, and there is plastic tape at the edges. In apparent good condition. Matted and framed to 13.5" x 15".

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        Nineteen Eighty-Four. A Novel.

      London: Secker & Warburg, 1949.. First edition. 8vo. 312 pp. Recent full dark green calf, spine with raised bands, gilt lettered to one panel and decorated to others, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. An excellent copy.

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        The Theory of Positrons; Space-Time Approach to Quantum Electrodynamics.Lancaster: American Physical Society, 1949. First edition.

      A fine copy, in unrestored original wrappers, of these two famous papers in which the author first announced the celebrated Feynman diagrams and the Feynman rules for quantum electrodynamics.<br/><br/> "The greatest physicist of his generation, ranking with Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein, Feynman reformulated quantum mechanics to put it on a secure logical foundation in which classical mechanics is naturally incorporated (in a manner reminiscent of the way Newtonian gravitational theory is incorporated within the general theory of relativity) ... He developed the path integral approach to quantum physics (using Feynman diagrams), from which he derived the clearest and most complete version of quantum electrodynamics (QED), which stands alongside the general theory of relativity as one of the two most successful and well-established theories in physics." (Gribbin).<br/><br/> "Feynman's two papers on QED were completed in April and May 1949. In the first one, <i>The Theory of Positrons</i>, he carefully explains the meaning of his digrams beginning with their application to the Schrödinger equation. Application to the Dirac equation yields an interpretation of the positron in which Dirac's original hole theory is no longer needed. The second paper <i>Space-Time Approach to Quantum Electrodynamics</i>, contains the Feynman rules and explains their usage. By these rules, computations for specific problems are simplified so much that Schwinger, much later, said: 'Like the silicon chip of more recent years, the Feynman diagram was bringing computation to the masses'." (Brandt). <br/><br/>. In: The Physical Review, Second Series, Volume 76, Number 6, pp. 749-759; 769-789. The entire issue offered here in wrappers, very fine with no repairs or stamps. Rare in such good condition

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        Death of A Salesman. Certain private conversations in two acts and a requiem

      The Viking Press New York: The Viking Press, 1949. First Edition. First Printing. Octavo; orange cloth boards, lettered in dark brown on spine and with brown pictorial device to front board; black topstain; dustjacket; 139pp. Signed by Miller in black felt-tip pen on title page. Spine and board edges sunned; front and rear hinges very slightly pulled; topstain faded to gray; still a clean, Very Good copy in the First Issue dustwrapper (per Ahearn APG, with no mention of the New York Drama Critics Circle award), unclipped but slightly soiled and stained on rear panel; toned on verso; yellow elements have faded to white on spine panel; Very Good. A quite good copy of Miller's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, boldly signed on the title page. The signature is undated, but appears to be of relatively recent vintage. Laid-in is a Federal Express waybill, with Miller's return address, returning the book (presumably after having signed it) to a previous owner.

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      1949. Fine. GEIGER, Benno. MAGNASCO. Bergamo: Istituto Italiano d'Arti Grafiche, 1949. First, limited edition; this copy is number 507 from a numbered edition of 1500 copies that are signed by the author. Illustrated with 494 plates, of which 29 are color. 196 pp., + plates. Folio, brown morocco spine with gilt title and accents, natural buckram covered boards with title and illustration printed to upper board, brown endpapers. Front pastedown has an old bookseller's catalog description tipped-in. But for a small bit of rubbing at spine, it is a fine copy. Housed in a worn and faded publisher's paper-covered clamshell box that lacks one of the short side panels, shows evidence of earlier tape repairs (now removed), and is splitting at several folds. It is unusual to find the book with the box. A handsome volume about the life and work of the Italian rococo painter Alessandro Magnasco (1667-1749), also known as "il Lissandrino."

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        Two Letters from Horton Foote

      Washington DC. 1949. Two Autographed Letters Signed from two-time Academy Award-winning screenwriter and playwright Horton Foote. Both fine except for two holes along the margins of each letter (affecting a total of three words) where they were placed in a binder. The letters are dated August 31, 1949, and September 6, 1949, shortly before Foote's returned from Washington DC, where he ran an acting school with his wife and his friend, Vincent Donehue. The letters are addressed to "Arnold," likely L. Arnold Weisseberg, a theater lawyer with whom Foote had consulted in the past. In them he mentions the tough time had in running the school, his upcoming visit to New York, and his new play which he wants Weisseberg and actress Judith Evelyn to read. The unnamed play is The Chase, a smashing success that opened at The Playhouse Theater in 1952 with Jose Ferrer directing, and signaled Foote's return to Broadway. An interesting pair of letters from one of America's premiere stage and film writers who was then on the verge of success. .

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        Works - 6 Volumes Including - Wuthering Heights, Jane Eyre, Shirley, Villette, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, Agnes Grey, Poems, The Professor, Etc.

      Allan Wingate 1949. - Heather Edition - 6 volumes recently rebound in half red morocco, with marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt. Attractive set that includes minor works not often found in sets of Bronte. Some foxing to extremities. 102c

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        INTERIORS + INDUSTRIAL DESIGN. ?Interior space is the only reality of a building - Frank Lloyd Wright

      In-4 p., bross. (con manc. ai dorsi), ca. 160/190 pp. cad. fascicolo. Di questa importante rivista mensile illustrata, in b.n. e a colori, offriamo 9 numeri: da agosto 1949 ad aprile 1950. Testi in buono stato di conservazione. .

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        The Condor and the Cows

      Methuen & Co 1949. This is a Very Good + Copy of this book in Publisher's red cloth with gilt title lettering to spine,in a Very Good Dust-Jacket that has just a couple of small closed tears to the outer edges of the dust-jacket.There is a little dulling to the colour tone of the d/j's spine.Price clipped and this copy has been SIGNED without dedication by Isherwood on the Title Page.The book has a firm binding with No hinge weakness.The contents of the book remain clean internally.Illustrated with photographs by William Caskey.This title was acquired from a very impressive private collection of 20th Century Literature and Fiction with strict adherence paid in obtaining rare highlights in exellent condition.Great copy for the collector of this Scarce Signed Copy.8vo 195pp First Edition 1st Impression

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        Margaret Preston&#39;s Monotypes. Edited by Sydney Ure Smith. (SIGNED)

      Ure Smith Publication, Sydney [1949]. First Edition - this copy signed by the artist on the half title. Large 4to. Cloth-backed boards lettered in silver at spine. Decorated endpapers based on a monotype design by Preston, with just a trace of off-setting to adjacent blank leaves. Illustrated with twenty-seven tipped-in colour plates plus three small vignettes. Short crease to corner of frontispiece plate and a hint of chafing to cloth at head and base of spine. Very good indeed but lacking the dust wrapper. Edited by Preston&#39;s friend and champion Ure Smith, President of the Society of Artists and editor and publisher of &#39;Art in Australia&#39; and various other journals, this is the third publication he devoted exclusively to Preston. Most uncommon. Margaret Preston (1875-1963) was highly influential Australian artist, particularly noted for her modernist work as a painter and printmaker, and for introducing Aboriginal motifs into contemporary art.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket.

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        The Fires of Spring

      Random House New York: Random House, [1949]. FIRST EDITION. Hardcover. Fine copy in a fine dust jacket, bright and unfaded with only a few tiny closed tears. Michener's second book, probably just as uncommon as his first, especially in such fine condition.

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        Autograph Postcard Signed to the Publicity Director at New Directions

      Typed Postcard Signed to David McDowell of New Directions. Postmarked 29 November 1949 from Key West Monica providing a blurb for the American edition of Elio Vittorini&#39;s In Sicily (which was not used on the first American edition). Near fine. Good content, in full: "There is no warmer and sweeter spirit in the world today than that of the Italian and Sicilian peasantry. They are the true nobility of the world, and their spirit has been caught by Elio Vittorini&#39;s book IN SICILY. Tenn Williams. McDowell had a long and distinguished career in American publishing, working at New Directions, Random House, and Crown. For a short period in the late 1950s he and Ivan Obolensky published under their own imprint, most famously issuing the Pulitzer Prize-winning posthumous novel by his good friend James Agee, A Death in the Family. .

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      1949. Paperback. ART - MEXICO. ALBUM TGP MEXICO: EL TALLER DE GRAFICA POPULAR DOCE ANOS DE OBRA ARTISTICA COLECTIVA/THE WORKSHOP FOR POPULAR GRAPHIC ART A RECORD OF TWELVE YEARS OF COLLECTIVE WORK. Mexico: La Estampa Mexicana, 1949. Oblong 4to., spiral binding, stiff laminated paper wrappers, black printed in white. Corners chipped, bottom of spine slightly chipped. Includes 5 original signed wood engravings printed in black on tinted paper, by Alfredo Zalce, Alberto Beltran, G. Fernandez Ledesma, Francisco Mora and Carlos Merida. Light rubbing to first page. B/w illustrations in the text. Text in Spanish.

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        Thistly B

      Oxford University Press, New York, 1949. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine Condition. Illustrator: Tudor, Tasha. Signed by Author and Illustrator. Fine HB in unclipped DJ, protected by Brodart mylar cover. Signed by Tudor under the illustration on the front free end paper. A beautifully preserved copy of a scare book, made rarer by being a signed copy. [27] p.: col. ill.; 18 cm. Reddish, dark rose cloth over boards with title paste-down on the front cover. Size: Sextodecimo (16mo; up to 6 3/4" / 15-17.5 cm tall). 28 pages. Text block is tight, bright and unmarked. Binding is tight; corners sharp, but showing some minor shelf wear. DJ in VG+ condition with slight losses at the outside corners and a small (1/4") chip at the bottom center of the back panel. Dust Jacket un-clipped with the $1.50 price at the bottom corner of the front flap. Illustrator: Tudor, Tasha. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 0 lbs 7 oz. Category: Juvenile Fiction; Animals / Birds; Animals / Birds; United States; 1940s; Autographed; Children. Signed by Author and Illustrator. Inventory No: 994. .

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        Ceskoslovenskà Fotografie [COMPLETE IN 12 VOLUMES]

      Fotograficky Obzor Praha: Fotograficky Obzor, 1931-1949. First edition. Hardcover. g. 4to. Complete collection of this important publication showing the work of many Czech photographers. The series was published annually from 1931 until 1940. Publication ceased temporarily under Nazi occupation. Three more hardbound volumes were published after W.W.II. Each volume profusely illustrated with plates in photogravure of works by artists such as Josef Sudek, Maximillian Mayer, Vilem Bauer, J. Fabinger, Jaromir Funke, Vladimir Havelka, A. Pikart, V. Hanus, Jan Hub, Emil Katschner, Jan Lauschmann, Karl Mahler, Emil Wolf, Karel Hàjek, Alois Zych, Jan Blazek, and many others. 18 page advertisement section in rear of each volume. Volumes I - VIII (1931-1938) bound in matching tan cloth, printed in gray and black. Other volumes in similar printed tan paper-covered boards. 1949 in quarter cloth with gold-stamped illustration on cover. Early years with covers of avant-garde typographic designs by Karel Teige. Volumes I-III with text in Czech, English, French and German. 1934,1935 & 1936 in Czech and French, 1937 & 1938 in Czech and English. 1939 and 1940 in Czech only, post-war years in Russian and Czech with photographic reproductions in sepia-tone. Bindings with minor age wear and some staining. 1939 volume split along joint on back board, firmly holding. Bindings in overall good to very good condition. Vols. III and IX with signature of previous owners on title-page, abrasion on title-page in Vol. V due to removal of previous owner's signature. Tight copies with interior in very good condition. Fascinating complete collection with nearly 800 photographs giving an pictorial insight into life in Czechoslovakia in the 1930's and 40's. .

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        A Privacy of Speech Ten Poems in Sequence, with block print decorations by Mary Fabilli

      Berkeley: Equinox Press, 1949. Limited edition. Hardcover. Fine. Original vellum spine, gilt title; decorated paper boards. Finely printed on Tovil handmade paper. Deckled edges. The first book of the Equinox Press and Everson&#39;s first effort at printing. One of 100 copies, of which reportedly only 50 were bound and issued. A high spot of modern printing, and of Everson as printer, designer and binder. Exquisite woodblocks by Mary Fabilli. Printed in red and black. Boards yawn slightly else a fine copy. Bartlett & Campo, A10.

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        Sermons by Monsignor Knox

      U.K. Dropmore Press 1949. First Limited Edition. No 116 of 550 Fully Bound in Maroon Buckram

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        LANDSCAPE INTO ART. Signed by Lismer

      London: John Murray, 1949 (Lismer, Arthur). Clark, Kenneth. LANDSCAPE INTO ART. Signed. London: John Murray, (1949). First Edtion. Ex-libris Group Of Seven landscape artist Arthur Lismer with his neat ownership signature to the front free endpaper. 8vo. 143 pp. + 104 plates. A better than very good copy in beige cloth, gilt titles to the spine in the Graham Sutherland illustrated dustwrapper. A classic work on the history and development of landscape in art, adapted from Kenneth Clark&#39;s Slade Lectures. Similarities between Arthur Lismer and Kenneth Clark&#39;s influences abound - their high regard for Ruskin, their passion as educators and their positions as influential museum advisors. A unique association copy. Books Signed by Arthur Lismer are rare indeed. . Signed. First Edition.

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        El ALEPH. Signed

      Buenos Aires: Editorial Losada, 1949 Inscribed by Borges to his close friend, one of the important Argentine poet, Vicente Barbieri. First edition. A very good or better copy in the original printed wrappers - The spine with a bit of preservation treatment common to books from South America. Original printed wrappers otherwise in very good or better condition.[Helft p.72; Becco 37], 8vo. The presentation inscription reads: "Para el colega Vicente Barbieri con la amistad de / Jorge Luis Borges" - [For the colleague Vicente Barbieri with the friendship of / Jorge Luis Borges]. Front cover vignette by Attilio Rossi. In Borges&#39; own words: "Ficciones y El Aleph (1949 y 1952) son, según creo, mis libros más importantes". (Autobiografía pp.111-112). The Borgesian quest for the Verb , the Word, which is all words, for the absolute Book, which is all books, takes flesh in El Aleph: the One that contains All, exemplified in the last tale of this collection. On page 139 Borges begins to enumerate his vision through the Aleph he has found in the cellar of Carlos Argentino Danieri. "En ese instante gigantesco, he visto millones de actos deleitables o atroces; ninguno me asombró como el hecho de que todos ocuparan el mismo punto, sin superposición y sin transparencia". (In this gigantic instant, I saw millions of acts, delightful or cruel; none astonished me more than the fact that they all occupied the same place, without superposition or transparency "Borges enumerates 37 points in all, each beginning with "vi " (I saw ): "Vi el populoso mar - Vi el alba y la tarde Vi las muchedumbres de América - Vi un laberinto roto (era Londres) Marvelous Literary Association Copy.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        Songs of a Pagan (Signed First Edition)

      Caxton Printers Caldwell, ID: Caxton Printers, 1949. First Edition. First Edition. SIGNED and DATED in the year of publication by the author on the verso of the front endpaper. Near Fine in a Very Good dust jacket. Jacket is rubbed and lightly faded, with several chips, tears and accompanying creases along the edges. Brigman was an important and influential early photographer, who, in 1906, became the only photographer living west of the Mississippi to be named a Fellow of the Photo-Secession. This collection of poetry and photography was published a year before her death, making signed copies scarce, particularly in jacket.

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        Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland

      London.: Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britian & Ireland.. 1949- 1982.. 64 issues which is a nearly complete run of the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland from Parts 3 & 4 1949 -1982. Lacks three issues: Parts 1 & 2 from both 1953 and 1956 and Parts 3 & 4 from 1960 but is otherwise a run. There are two format changes during this period. All issues in their original wrappers. There is some occasional staining or wear and the occasional signature but in general the issues are all in very good secondhand condition. From the library of Professor A.L. Basham. The many papers on a huge variety of subjects relating to the Middle East and Asia by the foremost scholars of the day include: Nephrite Jade in West Pakistan - B.C.M. Butler; The Trade of the English East India Company in Cambodia, 1651-1656 - D.K. Bassett; Toynbee on the Turks in the Near and Middle East - Milton Gold; The Cosmological Aspect of Indonesian Religion - H.G. Quaritch Wales; The Acquisition and Rise of Bombay - Sir Patrick Cadell; Tibet in Anglo-Chinese Relations: 1767-1842 - Alistair Lamb; The East India Company&#39;s Education of its Own Servants - John Bowen; Captain Joao Ribeiro and His History of Ceylon 1622-1693 - C.R. Boxer; Concerning Chinese Furniture - W. Perceval Yetts. .

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        NINETEEN EIGHTY-FOUR. [Two copies of the First Canadian Edition In the Red & Blue Dustwrappers]

      London / Toronto: Secker & Warburg / S.J. Reginald Saunders, 1949 Orwell, George (Pseudonym of Eric Blair). NINETEEN EIGHTY-FOUR. [Two copies of the First Canadian Edition In the Red & Blue Dustwrappers]. London: Secker & Warburg / Toronto: S.J. Reginald Saunders, 1949. First Canadian editions [both publishers names present]. 8vo., 314pp. The first copy in the red dustwrapper is a beautiful fine unblemished example; the second copy in the blue dustwrapper is also fine, the dustwrapper near fine with a slight toning to the spine panel. Neat ownership signature of Cyril James, [Manchester Regiment], principal of McGill University from 1939 to 1962. Both dustwrappers are unclipped with the original $3.00 price on the front flap. The first Canadian edition is a bit of an oddity as it was issued by the Book Club & correctly has the black dot on the rear board. A lovely pair of this modern highspot. A Modern Movement, Connolly 100 title & a Burgess 99 selection - one of only three titles on both lists. An unusually nice pair.. First Edition.

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        EL ALEPH. Signed

      Buenos Aires: Editorial Losada, Colección Prosistas de España y América, 1949 Inscribed by Borges to his &#39;love&#39;, Amanda Molina Vedia, to whom he dedicated his landmark &#39;La Muerte y la brújula&#39; [Death And The Compass] in 1951. First edition. A near fine or better example. Seldom seen in this condition in the original printed wrappers. The presentation inscription penned in English reads: "Dear Mandie / Happy Xmas with best greetings from / Jorge Luis Borges / 1951, Buenos Aires - / What if this friend happened to be God?". [Helft p.72; Becco 37], 8vo, Front cover vignette by Attilio Rossi. In Borges&#39; own words: "Ficciones y El Aleph (1949 y 1952) son, según creo, mis libros más importantes". (Autobiografía pp.111-112). The Borgean quest for the Verb, the Word, which is all words, for the absolute Book, which is al l books, takes flesh in El Aleph: the One that contains All, exemplified in the last tale of this collection. On page 139 Borges begins to expand upon his vision through the Aleph he has found in the cellar of Carlos Argentino Danieri. "En ese insta nte gigantesco, he visto millones de actos deleitables o atroces; ninguno me asombró como el hecho de que todos ocuparan el mismo punto, sin superposición y sin transparencia". (In this gigantic instant, I saw millions of acts, delightful or cruel; none astonished me more than the fact that they all occupied the same place, without superposition or transparency "Borges enumerates 37 points in all, each beginning with "vi " (I saw ): "Vi el populoso mar - Vi el alba y la tarde Vi las muchedumb res de América - Vi un laberinto roto (era Londres) Marvelous Presentation Copy.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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      New York: The Philosophical Library, 1949 8vo., 112pp,  gray cloth, printed black. First thus. Translated from the German by Alan Harris. Originally published in Amsterdam. &#145;The authorized translation from the volume: &#39;Mein Weltbild&#39; [Weil page 41 Appendix] translated as, &#39;The World As I See It&#39;. Very neatly signed; "A. Einstein", in black fountain pen at the top of the ffe. A fine copy in a near fine red & black printed dustwrapper. Very nice. Custom clamshell case, with E=mc2 embossed in relief on the side.. Signed by Author. 1st Edition.

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        [The Second World War, in Spanish] Memorias

      Barcelona, Los Libros de nos Tiempo, , [1949]. La Segunda Guerra Mundial. Volumen I, II [publisher&#39;s samples or blads]. 2 volumes, octavo. Original wrappers, partly unopened. Plates, maps. Very good. Two sections of the first two volumes of the Spanish edition produced as salesmen&#39;s samples. Both signed "Winston S. Churchill" and dated 1949. Unmarked as such, but from the library of Emery Reves, Churchill&#39;s literary agent. Reves had been instrumental in promoting Churchill&#39;s pre-War international profile by the world-wide syndication of many of his prophetic articles during the late &#39;thirties. Their association blossomed again after the War when Reves negotiated the sale of the US rights for The Second World War, and purchased the international rights himself, selling serialization to twenty-seven newspapers across the globe and securing book rights in eleven European countries. Churchill said of this feat, "I am sure that no one could have done it except Reves who buzzed around the world for nearly a year making contracts." They subsequently worked closely together on the book itself, Reves having what Martin Gilbert has described as "considerable editorial input". José Janés, the editor of this series in Spain, was one of those who was early to sign a contract with Reves. The Spanish edition was evidently also issued in fascicules, "part issue", with tokens which could be redeemed, on completion of the volume, for the binding. By way of promotion, the wraps of the second fascicle have a crossword competition the prize for which was a complete set of the Memorias once issued.

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        Detective Story (First Edition)

      New York: Random House, 1949. First Edition. First Edition. Fine and unread in a Fine dust jacket. A collector&#39;s copy, with spine coloring a deep red, making it superior to just about every copy we have encountered in the past. Tiny rubs to a few extremities, otherwise an extremely bright, fresh example. A play that became the basis for the blistering and important 1951 film noir, directed by William Wyler and starring a young and very angry Kirk Douglas. Rare in this condition.

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      London: George Allen and Unwin Ltd,. [1949]. original decorated orange boards, front and spine panels stamped in light blue, top edge stained gray, decorated endpapers.. A fine copy in fine pictorial dust wrapper with 23 mm closed tear at. upper rear flap fold. A very pretty copy. (#135382). First edition, trade issue, the earliest, bound in orange boards stamped in light blue in dust jacket with printed price of "6s. net." One of 4500 copies in trade binding published 20 October 1949. Fantasy tale set in England before the time of King Arthur. The story of Farmer Giles and his encounters with giants, talking dogs and a dragon. Schlobin, The Literature of Fantasy 1038. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature IV, p. 1727. Tymn (ed), Fantasy Literature, p. 166. Hammond and Anderson A4a.

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        Farmer Giles of Ham (First Edition)

      London: George Allen and Unwin, 1949. First Edition. First Edition. First issue, in orange cloth with blue titles and design. Very Good in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Spine lean, with light bowing to boards, a hint of offsetting to the endpapers. Jacket has a few short closed tears at the extremities, light rubbing and mild soil, but no areas of loss. An attractive copy of Tolkien&#39;s second book.

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        Farmer Giles of Ham

      London:: George Allen & Unwin,, 1949.. First edition.. Hardcover. Near Fine/near fine. 79, (i), with frontis and one other plate in colour, text illustrations in line, and decorative endpapers. Contents extremely fresh, clean and unmarked, appears unread. A few slightly penetrative foxing spots to the closed top edge affecting first and last few pages. Top edge blue. In the original light orange paper-covered boards decorated with a dragon and titled in blue. Clean, bright and sharp, with slight blunting to foot of spine. In protected unclipped crisp pictorial jacket: front, back and spine very bright and clean with a few spots to the flaps: the blank inner (reverse) surface is foxed. With a pale mark like a stain at top of spine, two closed and scarcely discernible tears (<1cm each) to the top edge, and a shallow (1mm) nick at bottom corner of lower panel with an adjacent very short closed tear. An exceptionally nice copy.

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        Tales Of The Uncanny And Supernatural

      Peter Nevill Limited. Very Good with no Dust Jacket. 1949. First Edition: First Printing. Hard Cover. 6 x 8 in.: 426 pages. Boards now protected by a new Brodart Archival Mylar Cover. SIGNED BY AUTHOR (Algernon Blackwood) under his photograph frontispiece. No dustjacket included. Boards are dark green with gilt lettering on spine; corners are lightly bumped and spine is slightly cocked. Boards and pages are clean, unmarked (except for prior owner&#39;s name at top of front flyleaf), bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Collects twenty-two short stories: The Doll * Running Wolf * The Little Beggar * The Occupant of the Room * The Man Whom the Trees Loved * The Valley of the Beasts * The South Wind * The Man Who Was Milligan * The Trod * The Terror of the Twins * The Deferred Appointment * Accessory Before the Fact * The Glamour of the Snow *The House of the Past * The Decoy * The Tradition * The Touch of Pan * Entrance and Exit * The Pikestaffe Case * The Empty Sleeve * Violence * The Lost Valley. : Signed by Author .

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        Portrait photograph, 1941

      Ottawa: Karsh, , 1949. Large gelatin silver print. Presented in handmade black and moongold frame. Framed size: 580 x 700 mm 510×402 mm. Deep and strongly contrasted studio print. Karsh&#39;s most famous image. Yousuf Karsh (1908&#150;2002), the Canadian photographer of Armenian heritage known as Karsh of Ottawa, is widely regarded as one of the most famous and accomplished portrait photographers of all time. Born in Turkey during the Armenian genocide, Karsh fled with his family to Syria. His parents sent him to live with his uncle, a photographer in Quebec, Canada, who arranged for him to apprentice with the portrait photographer John Garo in Boston, United States. Karsh returned to Canada and established a studio on Sparks Street in Ottawa, Ontario, close to Canada&#39;s seat of government. Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King discovered Karsh and arranged introductions with visiting dignitaries for portrait sittings. Karsh&#39;s work attracted the attention of varied celebrities, but his place in history was sealed on 30 December 1941 when he photographed Winston Churchill after Churchill gave his famous "Some chicken, some neck" speech to the Canadian House of Commons in Ottawa.The image of Churchill brought Karsh international prominence, and is claimed to be the most reproduced photographic portrait in history. The story is often told of how Karsh created his famous portrait. Churchill, the British prime minister, had just addressed the Canadian Parliament and Karsh was there to record one of the century&#39;s great leaders. "He was in no mood for portraiture and two minutes were all that he would allow me as he passed from the House of Commons chamber to an anteroom," Karsh wrote in Faces of Our Time. "Two niggardly minutes in which I must try to put on film a man who had already written or inspired a library of books, baffled all his biographers, filled the world with his fame, and me, on this occasion, with dread."Churchill marched into the room scowling, "regarding my camera as he might regard the German enemy." His expression suited Karsh perfectly, but the cigar stuck between his teeth seemed incompatible with such a solemn and formal occasion. "Instinctively, I removed the cigar. At this the Churchillian scowl deepened, the head was thrust forward belligerently, and the hand placed on the hip in an attitude of anger." The image captured Churchill and the Britain of the time perfectly &#150; defiant and unconquerable. Churchill later said to him, "You can even make a roaring lion stand still to be photographed." As such, Karsh titled the photograph, The Roaring Lion. Karsh went on to photograph many of the great and celebrated personalities of his generation. Journalist George Perry wrote in The Sunday Times that "when the famous start thinking of immortality, they call for Karsh of Ottawa." Karsh published 15 books of his photographs, which include brief descriptions of the sessions, during which he would ask questions and talk with his subjects to relax them as he composed the portrait. Some famous subjects photographed by Karsh were Albert Einstein, Albert Schweitzer, Alexander Calder, Andy Warhol, Audrey Hepburn, Clark Gable, Dwight Eisenhower, Ernest Hemingway, Fidel Castro, Jacqueline Kennedy, Frank Lloyd Wright, General Pershing, George Bernard Shaw, Georgia O&#39;Keeffe, Grey Owl, Helen Keller, Humphrey Bogart, Indira Gandhi, John F. Kennedy, Laurence Olivier, Marian Anderson, Madame Chiang Kai-Shek, Muhammad Ali, Pablo Casals, Pandit Nehru, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Paul Robeson, Joan Baez, Peter Lorre, Picasso, Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Pope Pius XII, Pope John Paul II, Princess Elizabeth, Princess Grace, Prince Rainier of Monaco, Robert Frost, Ruth Draper, Field Marshal Lord Alanbrooke, the rock band Rush and of course his most famous portrait subject, Winston Churchill. Karsh said "My chief joy is to photograph the great in heart, in mind, and in spirit, whether they be famous or humble." His work is in the permanent collections of the National Gallery of Canada, New York&#39;s Museum of Modern Art and Metropolitan Museum of Art, George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film, Bibliothèque nationale de France, the National Portrait Gallery in London, the National Portrait Gallery of Australia and many others. Library and Archives Canada holds his complete collection, including negatives, prints and documents. His photographic equipment was donated to the Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa.

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