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        Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum. Sachwörterbuch zur Auseinandersetzung des Christentums mit der Antiken Welt (Band 1 - 18: A und O bis Bauen - Indien bis Italia I (= bis Lfg. 143) und Lfg. 178: Lexikon II - Lfg. 187: Markion - Martyrium II (in broschierter Ausgabe ohne Einbanddecke) dazu: Supplement-Lieferungen 1 - 5/6: Aaron - Barbar II/ Supplement-Lieferungen 9 - 11: Birkat ham-minim - Constantius II und als Zugabe: Das Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum und das F.J. Dölger-Institut in Bonn (mit Registern der Stichwörter A bis IANUS sowie der Autoren Bände 1 - 16) - Die Bände 1 - 6 sind jeweils gebunden; Bd. 7 bis 18 besteht aus einzelnen Lieferungen mit den dazugehörigen Halbledereinbanddecken!

      Hiersemann Verlag 1950 - 1998. Gebundene Ausgabe; Das hier angebotene Werk befindet sich in einem ordentlichen Zustand; Bd. 1 bis 6 gebunden; ab Bd. 7 in Einzellieferungen in jeweiligen Halbledereinbanddecken; KOMPLETTPREIS für die angegebenen Bände plus Zusatzlieferungen; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten! Das Bild zeigt nur eine Auswahl der hier angebotenen Bände; sollten Sie weitere Bilder oder Informationen benötigen, können Sie uns gerne kontaktieren!! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung mfb

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        Bebop dancing in the Club Eleven, London, in the background a few musisians

      London, "Illustrated", 1950. Original photograph, silverprint, 24 x 18,7 cm. Photograph 6. Two small discoloured spots in left upper corner and right border. Club Eleven, named after the number of founder members, began life just before Christmas in 1948. It was a co-operative arrangement designed to bring bebop to the attention of the jazz public at large. The musicians involved were Ronnie Scott, Hank Shaw, Leon Calvert, Johnny Rogers, Bernie Fenton, Tommy Pollard, Lennie Bush, Joe Muddel, Tony Crombie and Laurie Morgan plus manager Harry Morris. Johnny Dankworth and Denis Rose were regulars from the start. Some gave up steady work, Scott left Ted Heath, Fenton severed relations with Oscar Rabin, and Rose, Crombie, Muddel and Dankworth came from the now defunct Tito Burns orchestra. - This venue with these musicians were the first truly organised bebop sessions in Britain. With the star-studded assembly of musicians, Club Eleven became the focal point for the new jazz and the inspiration to many other young musicians throughout the country. - The music was played by the Johnny Dankworth Quartet comprising Dankworth, Bernie Fenton (pno), Joe Muddel (bs), and Laurie Morgan (d) and a band led by Ronnie Scott with Hank Shaw (tpt), Johnny Rogers (alto), Tommy Pollard (pno), Lennie Bush (bs), and Tony Crombie (d). The Dankworth quartet became a quintet when trumpeter Leon Calvert was added. - Mac's Rehearsal Rooms, 41, Windmill Street, (where the Moffat Club had been), became the first venue operating on Thursday and Saturday nights. The early months of the Eleven saw the highest peak of enthusiasm in the history of British modern jazz. The jazzmen continued to listen and study as many records of Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis that they could get hold of. Broadcasts, recordings, and concerts came in quick succession and public acclaim was such as to force a move within a few months to much larger premises at 50, Carnaby Street, satisfying the legions of fans coming from all over the country to the by now famous Club Eleven. It was now operating six days a week in the evening and was open in the afternoon as a meeting point for musicians. At this point Johnny Dankworth left to form his Seven taking Joe Muddel with him, and Harry Morris also quit. - Tony Hall writing in 1960 said "I can never recall such a sense of evil excitement in a club. The atmosphere was so vivid that the red glow from the stand and the savaget beat made me think of hell on earth!" - The phenomenal rise of the club, though dependent on the new jazz music it embraced, owed much to the personality of group leaders Ronnie Scott and Johnny Dankworth. - Unfortunately after this the early enthusiasm among the musicians began to wear off, they began to quarrel about the financial side of the club and the old spirit was gone. On the night of 15th April, 1950, Club Eleven was raided by the Drugs Squad. Six musicians appeared on drugs charges and Denis Rose was arrested by the Military Police as an Army deserter. The news of the arrest, trial and conviction of some of the Club Eleven members occupied the front page of almost every national paper in the size of type usually reserved for earthquakes or war. Though this publicity did nothing to lessen attendances, the decline of the Club Eleven was only a matter of time. There were a number of other factors contributing to the dissolution of an organisation that for the two years of its existence had a profound influence on its leading figures and devoted followers but it folded shortly afterwards. - - - Don Rendell remembers Club Eleven... A lot of jazz activity was consolidated by the formation of the 'Club Eleven' which was quite a milestone. It was the first regular paid modern jazz gig for London musicians, who ran it themselves. They used Mac's Rehearsal Rooms in Great Windmill Street. - Two groups were featured. One was fronted by Johnny Dankworth, with Leon Calvert on trumpet, Bernie Fenton on piano, Joe Muddel on bass and Laurie Morgan on drums; the other was led by Ronnie Scott, with Hank Shaw on trumpet and the rhythm of Tommy Pollard, Lennie Bush and Tony Crombie. The eleventh man was a non-musician the late Harry Morris, who, being a good businessman, took care of the financial side. When Ronnie Scott left to go on the boats to the States, I was asked to fill the vacancy in the Eleven. It was quite a closed circle that we had at the Club Eleven. I have the feeling that not everyone was very popular if they got up and tried to join in. Just those whose gig it was did the playing with very few exceptions. But the people didn't seem baffled at all by the new music we were playing. It seemed to be so obviously right. What we were hearing on record from Parker, Gillespie, the early Miles Davis, tenor players like Wardell Gray, Dexter Gordon, Stan Getz and Allan Eager - we just fell naturally into it. And the audiences just lapped it up. Through being there, of course, I got to meet Johnny Dankworth... (Extracted from 'A recap of twenty years of British Jazz', written in 1967 by Don Rendell. The full text can be read at Jazz Professional website.) - - - The Club Eleven and its music provided a base for many offbeat types, and the audience was involved with the music and the way of life that it implied. Little exists in print about what the Eleven was like from this point of view but the following might be of interest: "The musicians played what they liked as they liked - but it was mostly bebop and a lot more frantic than at Feldman's. There was no requests and no programme. If the music failed to please...well you didn't have to stay. But there were hundreds like myself who liked the music. So we stayed while some left. And the more we stayed the more the Club Eleven crept into the marrow of our bones..." Raymond Thorp: Viper (WDL Books, London 1960). KEYWORDS:england/london/bebop/photo/united kingdom

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        The Martian Chronicles

      Doubleday, 1950 A very good first edition (so stated on the copyright page) in a very good dust jacket. Evidence of removal of bookplate on front paste-down. 3 by 5 card signed by Ray Bradbury laid in loose. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

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        The Traveller's Tree A Journey through the Caribbean Islands

      London; John Murray, 1950. - FIRST EDITION. Large octavo. xi, [1], 403 pp. Frontispiece drawing by A Costa, double-page map to blue paper and 48 black-and-white photographic plates by Costa in section to rear, captioned to verso and some with two images per plate. Book condition: Very Good. Jacket condition: Very Good. Publisher's green cloth with gilt titles to spine in pictorial dust-jacket. Cover cloth bright with very minor rubbing to edge; very light foxing/toning top edge only. Contents clean and crisp; no annotation or inscriptions. Jacket price-clipped with 1-inch closed tear at lower rear joint and minor nicks, chips & creases top edge. Classic account of travels through the West Indies and the very different civilisations encountered on the journey. Leigh Fermor is widely regarded as one of the finest travel writers of his generation, once described by a BBC journalist as a "cross between Indiana Jones, James Bond and Graham Greene". First Edition of the Author's first book. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: The Keel Row Bookshop Ltd ABA/ILAB/PBFA]
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        Schriftsteller (1895-1998): Eigenh. Postkarte m. U. Wilflingen, 1. IV. 1951. 1 S. u. adressiert u. mit neuem Absender.

      - Eigene Postkarte (mit gedrucktem Absender Ravensburg) aus der allerersten Zeit in Wilflingen. Am 1. Juli 1950 übersiedelte Jünger von Ravensburg ins Stauffenbergsche Schloß, Im Frühjahr 1951 in das Stauffenberg`sche Forsthaus, das er von 1951 bis zu seinem Tod 1998 bewohnte. Seine gedruckte Absenderadresse "ERNST JÜNGER / 14b RAVENSBURG / Wilhelm-Hauff-Straße 18" hat Jünger mit der Hand ersetzt durch: "14 b [damalige PLZ von Südwürttemberg] / Wilflingen über Riedligen". - // - An den befreundeten Schriftsteller Friedrich Schnack (1888-1977) und dessen Frau Edmée Schnack nach "17b [damalige PLZ von Südbaden] Überlingen / Bodensee // Uhlandstr. 16": "1.4.56. // Lieber Herr Schnack / Ihnen und Ihrer Gattin / danke ich sehr herzlich für Ihre Glückwünsche [E. Jünger hatte am 29. März Geburtstag], sowie / für den schönen Hibiscus (sic!), / den meine Schwägerin [Citta Jünger] / mir mitbrachte. Er blüht / auf meinem Fenster- / brett. Dr. M o h l e r kommt / bald einmal mit nach / Überlingen; dort [hier ein gestrichenes Wort] / können wir der Verlagsfrage näher treten. Mit / besten Wünschen ihr Ernst Jünger". - // - Friedrich Schnack lebte seit 1926 als freier Schriftsteller und Journalist u. a. in Überlingen am. Ab April 1937 hatte die Familie E. Jünger ein Landhaus bei Überlingen, von Gretha "Weinberghaus" genannt, gemietet. Dort lebten und arbeiteten die Brüder Ernst und Friedrich Georg Jünger zusammen, bis zum gemeinsamen Umzug nach Kirchhorst im März 1939. Am 1. Dez. 1948 übersiedelte Ernst Jünger nach Ravensburg. - In Überlingen hatte F. G. seine Frau Citta (Heirat 2. XII. 1939) kennengelernt. 1941 bis zu seinem Tode 1977 lebte die Familie F. G. Jünger in einem Haus an der Seepromenade in Überlingen, das Citta von ihrer Mutter geerbt hatte. Dort wurden sie regelmäßig von E. Jünger besucht. Dorthin sollte auch sein Privatsekretär, der Schweizer Publizist und Schriftsteller Armin Mohler (1920-2003) mitkommen, wohl um Schnack, der in häufig wechselnden Verlagen veröffentlichte, zu beraten. - // - Mohler wurde 1949 bei Herman Schmalenbach und Karl Jaspers mit der Dissertation "Die Konservative Revolution in Deutschland 1918-1932" promoviert. Sie erschien 1950 als Buch und gilt bis heute als Standardwerk. Ernst Jünger wurde 1946 auf Mohler durch dessen positiven Artikel über ihn in der Weltwoche aufmerksam. Ab 1949 war Armin Mohler Privatsekretär von Jünger. 1953 kam es zum Zerwürfnis, als Jünger seine frühen Schriften für eine von Mohler betreute Neuausgabe ("E. J. Eine Auswahl") überarbeitete und ihnen einige nationalrevolutionäre Spitzen nahm. - Gelocht mit geringem Buchstabenverlust. Leicht fleckig (überwiegend Stempeldurchschlag), zwei Ecken (dünner Nachkriegskarton) mit minimalen Knickspuren, sonst gut. - Seltenes Zeugnis aus der ersten Zeit in Wilflingen. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The I Ching; or, Book of Changes [Two Volumes]

      (New York): Pantheon, (1950). First Edition. Hardcover Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 395 and 376 pages. Folding chart. Bollingen Series XIX. The first English language translation of this ancient Chinese text which is part divination and part existential philosophy. Profoundly influential in the East, this translation remains the most popular in the West. Rather uncommon in the original two-volume ediiton. A mixed set, with volume one a first edition (first printing) and volume two a second printing (1952). In the original black slipcase with the title on a paper label. Both books are near fine in very good dust jackets, showing minor wear. The slipcase is also very good.

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        Baignades Fin de Siècle

      N.p.: Publisher unknown, 1950. Edition of 300, unnumbered copy. "Cette édition de luxe sur vélin offset de 140 gr., limitée à 300 exemplaires, numérotés, pour un groupe de Bibliophiles, est strictement réservée aux souscripteurs.". With suite of 12 illustrated plates on vellum. Unpaginated. [200] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Bound in later black cloth, title portion of card wrapper mounted on upper board. Unopened. About fine in publisher's chemise and slipcase (repaired at top panel). Edition of 300, unnumbered copy. "Cette édition de luxe sur vélin offset de 140 gr., limitée à 300 exemplaires, numérotés, pour un groupe de Bibliophiles, est strictement réservée aux souscripteurs.". With suite of 12 illustrated plates on vellum. Unpaginated. [200] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Unrecorded French Erotica. French libertine novel of erotic encounters at the seaside, with suite of 12 plates. Two other works by this pseudonymous Frenc hauthor are recorded in the Bibliothèque nationale: Débauche au pensionnat and La Luxurieuse notairesse (1957). The present work is unrecorded. Not in BnF, not in OCLC

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        Baignades Fin de Siècle

      Publisher unknown, N.p. 1950 - Edition of 300, unnumbered copy. "Cette édition de luxe sur vélin offset de 140 gr., limitée à 300 exemplaires, numérotés, pour un groupe de Bibliophiles, est strictement réservée aux souscripteurs.". With suite of 12 illustrated plates on vellum. Unpaginated. [200] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Unrecorded French Erotica. French libertine novel of erotic encounters at the seaside, with suite of 12 plates.Two other works by this pseudonymous Frenc hauthor are recorded in the Bibliothèque nationale: Débauche au pensionnat and La Luxurieuse notairesse (1957). The present work is unrecorded. Not in BnF, not in OCLC Bound in later black cloth, title portion of card wrapper mounted on upper board. Unopened. About fine in publisher's chemise and slipcase (repaired at top panel) With suite of 12 illustrated plates on vellum. Unpaginated. [200] pp. 1 vols. 8vo Edition of 300, unnumbered copy. "Cette édition de luxe sur vélin offset de 140 gr., limitée à 300 exemplaires, numérotés, pour un groupe de Bibliophiles, est strictement réservée aux souscripteurs.".

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        Crusade in Europe

      Doubleday, 1950 Early printing, signed by Eisenhower on a personalized bookplate, with a letter on White House stationery from Eisenhower's personal secretary to the recipient discussing the signed bookplate, saying it was signed by him when he was President elect. Very good in a very good dust jacket, with excellent provenance.. Signed by Author(s). 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

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        Paysages.

      S.L, Paul Eynard et Albert Flocon, 15 mars 1950. - In-4, (24 x 29,5 cm), en feuilles, couverture illustrée et rempliée, chemise et étui de l'éditeur, 94-[6] pp. Edition originale tirée à 220 ex. Un des 4 ex sur Japon nacré contenant une suite supplémentaire des burins sur Chine, avec remarques (avec deux planches supplémentaires) et deux dessins originaux signés par Albert Flocon n'ayant pas servi à l'illustration. BEL EXEMPLAIRE. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Teatr. (Teatp). 1950. 12 issues

      Moscow (Moskva): Iskusstvo, 1950. Large 8vo. Original wraps. 12 issues complete for the year Later issues ISSN 0131-6885 1949--1950 -- « » -- , , . 1937 « ». 1941 1945, 1995, 1998--1999, 2009--2010. , 1990- ( 1996 1997 ). 2010 1 2 . 1945--1953 , 1954--1990

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        The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

      The First UK printing published by Geoffrey Bles in 1950.The BOOK is in Very Good++ condition.Mild pushing to the spine ends.The usual ghosting to the spine with light fading to the upper edges.Small bump to lower rear edge.A few spots to the upper edges. Light toning to the text block with mild offsetting to the end papers.Free from inscriptions and erasures. The full page colour frontispiece and pages are very clean.The WRAPPER is price-clipped and is in Very Good+ condition.It is the correct first issue state. Some loss at the upper spine and adjacent areas (see images).Some closed tears to the spine folds,upper spine and rear upper edge have been professionally repaired on the verso with Japanese paper.The wrapper looks very attractive in the removable Brodart archival cover.The first title in the classic 'Narnia' series.wonderfully illustrated throughout by Pauline Baynes.An attractive copy. Ashtonrarebooks welcomes direct contact.

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        Waldo and Magic, Inc.

      Doubleday & Company, Inc, New York 1950 - A fine crisp copy. scarse. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.

      London: Geoffrey Bles,, 1950. Illustrations by Pauline Baynes. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to spine in silver. With the dust jacket. Colour frontispiece and black and white illustrations by Pauline Baynes. Spine rolled, ends faded, ghosting through the dust jacket to spine, endpapers foxed; a very good copy in the lightly toned jacket with short closed tear to head of front panel, and some nicks, chips and rubbing to extremities. First edition, first impression of the first book in the Narnia series.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Poems: 1950.

      The Cleaner's Press, Galveston, Texas. 1950 - First edition. First issue in reddish boards with pale blue title labels on front and spine. Octavo. pp [x], 55. One of 1000 copies. The author's second book. The poems include Sonatas, Odes, Overdrafts, Chomei at Toyama etc. The five-page Preface by Dallam Flynn, which Bunting greatly disliked, is missing from most copies. Most of the sheets were sold to another company, who subsequently issued the book in wrappers without the Preface. On the front free endpaper is a gift inscription by Omar Pound, Ezra's son and a great friend of Bunting's: "To: J.F. Fearnley. April. 1953. Omar S. Pound".Tail of spine slightly rubbed. Very good indeed. No dustwrapper, but it is by no means certain that all copies were issued with one. Scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Ellis, Bookseller, ABA, ILAB]
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        Bebop and Jitterbug dancing in the Club Eleven, London

      London, "Illustrated", 1950. Original photograph, silverprint, 19,3 x 24 cm. Photograph 3. Club Eleven, named after the number of founder members, began life just before Christmas in 1948. It was a co-operative arrangement designed to bring bebop to the attention of the jazz public at large. The musicians involved were Ronnie Scott, Hank Shaw, Leon Calvert, Johnny Rogers, Bernie Fenton, Tommy Pollard, Lennie Bush, Joe Muddel, Tony Crombie and Laurie Morgan plus manager Harry Morris. Johnny Dankworth and Denis Rose were regulars from the start. Some gave up steady work, Scott left Ted Heath, Fenton severed relations with Oscar Rabin, and Rose, Crombie, Muddel and Dankworth came from the now defunct Tito Burns orchestra. - This venue with these musicians were the first truly organised bebop sessions in Britain. With the star-studded assembly of musicians, Club Eleven became the focal point for the new jazz and the inspiration to many other young musicians throughout the country. - The music was played by the Johnny Dankworth Quartet comprising Dankworth, Bernie Fenton (pno), Joe Muddel (bs), and Laurie Morgan (d) and a band led by Ronnie Scott with Hank Shaw (tpt), Johnny Rogers (alto), Tommy Pollard (pno), Lennie Bush (bs), and Tony Crombie (d). The Dankworth quartet became a quintet when trumpeter Leon Calvert was added. - Mac's Rehearsal Rooms, 41, Windmill Street, (where the Moffat Club had been), became the first venue operating on Thursday and Saturday nights. The early months of the Eleven saw the highest peak of enthusiasm in the history of British modern jazz. The jazzmen continued to listen and study as many records of Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis that they could get hold of. Broadcasts, recordings, and concerts came in quick succession and public acclaim was such as to force a move within a few months to much larger premises at 50, Carnaby Street, satisfying the legions of fans coming from all over the country to the by now famous Club Eleven. It was now operating six days a week in the evening and was open in the afternoon as a meeting point for musicians. At this point Johnny Dankworth left to form his Seven taking Joe Muddel with him, and Harry Morris also quit. - Tony Hall writing in 1960 said "I can never recall such a sense of evil excitement in a club. The atmosphere was so vivid that the red glow from the stand and the savaget beat made me think of hell on earth!" - The phenomenal rise of the club, though dependent on the new jazz music it embraced, owed much to the personality of group leaders Ronnie Scott and Johnny Dankworth. - Unfortunately after this the early enthusiasm among the musicians began to wear off, they began to quarrel about the financial side of the club and the old spirit was gone. On the night of 15th April, 1950, Club Eleven was raided by the Drugs Squad. Six musicians appeared on drugs charges and Denis Rose was arrested by the Military Police as an Army deserter. The news of the arrest, trial and conviction of some of the Club Eleven members occupied the front page of almost every national paper in the size of type usually reserved for earthquakes or war. Though this publicity did nothing to lessen attendances, the decline of the Club Eleven was only a matter of time. There were a number of other factors contributing to the dissolution of an organisation that for the two years of its existence had a profound influence on its leading figures and devoted followers but it folded shortly afterwards. - - - Don Rendell remembers Club Eleven... A lot of jazz activity was consolidated by the formation of the 'Club Eleven' which was quite a milestone. It was the first regular paid modern jazz gig for London musicians, who ran it themselves. They used Mac's Rehearsal Rooms in Great Windmill Street. - Two groups were featured. One was fronted by Johnny Dankworth, with Leon Calvert on trumpet, Bernie Fenton on piano, Joe Muddel on bass and Laurie Morgan on drums; the other was led by Ronnie Scott, with Hank Shaw on trumpet and the rhythm of Tommy Pollard, Lennie Bush and Tony Crombie. The eleventh man was a non-musician the late Harry Morris, who, being a good businessman, took care of the financial side. When Ronnie Scott left to go on the boats to the States, I was asked to fill the vacancy in the Eleven. It was quite a closed circle that we had at the Club Eleven. I have the feeling that not everyone was very popular if they got up and tried to join in. Just those whose gig it was did the playing with very few exceptions. But the people didn't seem baffled at all by the new music we were playing. It seemed to be so obviously right. What we were hearing on record from Parker, Gillespie, the early Miles Davis, tenor players like Wardell Gray, Dexter Gordon, Stan Getz and Allan Eager - we just fell naturally into it. And the audiences just lapped it up. Through being there, of course, I got to meet Johnny Dankworth... (Extracted from 'A recap of twenty years of British Jazz', written in 1967 by Don Rendell. The full text can be read at Jazz Professional website.) - - - The Club Eleven and its music provided a base for many offbeat types, and the audience was involved with the music and the way of life that it implied. Little exists in print about what the Eleven was like from this point of view but the following might be of interest: "The musicians played what they liked as they liked - but it was mostly bebop and a lot more frantic than at Feldman's. There was no requests and no programme. If the music failed to please...well you didn't have to stay. But there were hundreds like myself who liked the music. So we stayed while some left. And the more we stayed the more the Club Eleven crept into the marrow of our bones..." Raymond Thorp: Viper (WDL Books, London 1960). KEYWORDS:england/london/bebop/photo/united kingdom

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        Five erotic scenes.

      c. 1950 - Five gelatin silver prints. Dimensions: 155 by 110mm. (6 by 4 inches).

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        CHINA AND THE GARDENS OF EUROPE OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.

      New York: Ronald Press (1950). - 4to, cloth. xiv+223 pp. + 192 plates with b/w illustrations + 16 color plates, printed one side. Cloth somewhat faded along spine, especially at ends. A few small spots on front free endpaper and a small abraded area at top of front pastedown (about 3 in. by 1/2 inch); contents otherwise fine: clean and unmarked. Binding tight. Overall, very good (or better); in a poor, broken original slipcase (but with all pieces present and suitable for professional repair). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        China and Gardens of Europe of the Eighteenth Century

      Ronald Press Company 1950 - xiv, 223, 192 photographs; 16 color plates. 32 cm. Bound in publisher's green cloth. Hardcover. No slip case. Good binding and cover. Clean, unmarked pages. In addition, profusely illustrated. Text describes Chinese style elements in garden design and garden structures at the time of the chinoiserie vogue in decoration, notably in England, France, and Sweden, includes bibliography, and index. This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gray Day [Boats in a Maine Harbor]

      Robinhood, Maine: Circa 1950s. - Gouache Signed lower right. 17x 20 inches on heavy rag paper. Titled on the verso. Label of the Kraushaar Galleries, 32 E. 57th St., New York, 22 N.Provenance: Estate of the artist. Born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1919, Jason Schoener came from a family of distinguished American artists. He was the nephew of sculptor/painter William Zorach and his wife, painter Marguerite Zorach. Beginning in 1939, Schoener spent his summers at the Zorach family farm in Georgetown, Maine, where he studied art with his Uncle William. After service in the Pacific during WWII, Schoener served as an instructor, department chairman, and dean at California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, CA. Schoener's other teaching assignments included Mills College in Oakland, California, and the Athens Technological Institute in Greece. Meanwhile, Schoener continued to use his Georgetown and then Robinhood homes Maine as a summer studio. Over the span of almost two decades, Schoener had several solo exhibitions at the Midtown Gallery on East 57th Street in New York City. His works are in many museum and private collections, including the Oakland Museum and the Whitney Museum in New York. He died in 1997. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        L'Academie Des Dames; Accompanied by a poem by Paul Verlaine: Tendre, la jeune femme rousse

      Sixty-Ninth Avenue, New York 1950 - Unpaginated. 32 x 26.5 cm. Limited edition, copy 324 of 325 copies on Velin D'Arches paper. 20 original black and white lithographs, all with tissue guards. Albert Marquet was a French painter, associated with the Fauvist movement. He initially became one of the Fauve painters and a lifelong friend of Henri Matisse. Marquet subsequently painted in a more naturalistic style, primarily landscapes, but also several portraits and, between 1910 and 1914, several female nude paintings -- which are exemplified in this work in a series of erotic poses, singular and coupled. Front and back cover of four page text and introduction toned. Loose as original issued. Very good in near fine cream portfolio with front cover inset [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lehrbuch der Harmonik

      Zürich, Occident Verlag 1950. LII, 329 Seiten., 1 Bl. 500 teils ganzseitige Abbildungen, einige farbig und auf Falttaf. [So komplett]. Orig.-Brosch. in Orig.-Halbpergamentumschlag, Bütten, unbeschnitten, Halbpergament-Umschlag unten am Gelenk größer eingerissen und berieben, +++innen etliche An- Unterstreichungen mit Rotstift, +++ sonst gut Einzige Originalausgabe. Bibliophil gestaltet, auf Bütten gedruckt. Hauptwerk des Autors Musik Versand D: 4,50 EUR Musik / Klassische Musikgeschichte / Musikologie / Musikwissenschaft /,

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        The Town and the City (1st printing)

      Harcourt Brace & Co., New York 1950 - Harcourt Brace & Co. New York. 1950. 499 pages. First edition, first printing. States First Edition on the copyright page. Binding and hinges are strong. Red cloth with gold titling on backstrip. Book is tight. Darkened topstain. Pages lay undisturbed. Red cloth is bright. Corners are sharp. Endpapers are clean and bright. Small, faint spot of discoloration (barely noticeable) and lightest rubbing to red cloth at tips. Original 1st issue DJ with $3.50 price intact on DJ flap. DJ shows chipping at foot and crown of backstrip. DJ rubbed along folds. Rear of DJ shows a couple of small chips and faint cloud stains. An incredible copy in a slightly lesser DJ. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Simple Speaks His Mind - A presentation copy inscribed to the teacher who first encouraged Hughes to write poetry

      New York: Simon & Schuster, 1950. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Signed. First edition, first printing. Inscribed in year of publication by Hughes to his favorite teacher who first inspired him to write, "For Ethel Welch -- my teacher and friend in whose class I first began to write -- Sincerely, Langston Hughes / New York, April 14, 1950." Welch was the eighth grade English teacher at Central School in Lincoln, Illinois who first recognized the literary talent of the recently-transferred student (one of few African-Americans in an almost entirely white school), suggested books for him to read, and encouraged him to write. He was elected class poet that year. He would correspond with her as an adult and later muse, "In a sense, I owe the beginning of my career to Ethel." Label of Welch's niece on rear endpaper. Very Good with mottled cloth and bumped corners in Very Good unclipped dust jacket with some rubbing and edge wear, small split near head. A truly wonderful presentation copy from the famous writer, lecturer, and Harlem Renaissance poet to the single most important, pivotal figure in his artistic life.

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        Auguste Vestris, le dieu de la danse

      Nagel 1950 - - Nagel, Paris 1950, 14,5x23cm, relié. - Edition originale, un des 25 exemplaires lettrés sur papier alfa, tirage de tête. Reliure en plein cuir façon peau de serpent, dos lisse, gardes et contreplats de papier marbré, couvertures conservées, élégante reliure non signée. Ouvrage illustré de 16 hors-texte et de 13 illustrations. Agréable exemplaire. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition, one of the 25 best scholars on Alfa paper paper, deluxe edition. full leather binding way snakeskin, smooth back, guards and contreplats marbled paper, wrappers preserved and bound in, elegant non-binding signed. Book illustrated with 16 full-page illustrations and 13. Nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Materialism and Empiriocriticism

      1950 - Rare russian edition printed in 1950. Mint condition. Materialism and Empiriocriticism (Russian: Материализм и эмпириокритицизм, Materializm i empiriokrititsizm) is a philosophical work by Vladimir Lenin, published in 1909. It was an obligatory subject of study in all institutions of higher education in the Soviet Union, as a seminal work of dialectical materialism, a part of the curriculum called "Marxist-Leninist Philosophy". In the text Lenin argued that human perceptions correctly and accurately reflect the objective external world. The book, whose full title is Materialism and Empirio-criticism. Critical Comments on a Reactionary Philosophy, was written by Lenin from February through October 1908 while he was exiled in Geneva and London and was published in Moscow in May 1909 by the Zveno Publishers. The original manuscript and preparatory materials have been lost. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autograph letter signed "Benjamin [?]Br" to the noted English composer, broadcaster, and writer on music Antony Hopkins

      Hopkins's Festival Overture was first performed at the Aldeburgh Festival on June 24, 1950, in Aldeburgh Parish Church, conducted by the composer. Of the work, Hopkins writes: "Judge of my surprise when I received a letter from Benjamin Britten asking me to write a short Festival Overture for the then comparatively new Aldeburgh Festival. It was to be for a tiny band - just 11 strings and 2 trumpets. I had earlier dedicated my first opera to Britten and this may have been a kindly reciprocal gesture. I duly wrote this piece and tried to finish it triumphantly, despite the small resources. My 'triumph' was received in total silence - I had forgotten that the performance was given in the local church, and in those days applause wasn't allow in churches. Surely the angels wouldn't mind? Anyway, to this day, it was the biggest anti-climax of my life, and I slunk out of the building a broken spirit." From Goodmusic Publishers online. After its first publication, the Festival Overture was named Aldeburgh Festival Suite. "[Britten] and his contemporary Michael Tippett are among several pairs of composers who dominated English art music in the 20th century. Of their music, Britten';s early on achieved, and has maintained, wider international circulation." Philip Brett et al. in Grove Music Online.. 2 pp. Octavo (ca. 176 x 137 mm). Dated July 6, 1950. In ink on stationery with "4 Crabbe St. Aldeburgh, Suffolk" printed at head. Britten warmly thanks "Tony" for writing an overture for the Aldeburgh Festival, which Britten, Peter Pears, and Eric Crozier had founded in 1948. He apologizes for not writing sooner, and for not spending more time with Hopkins and his wife, Alison, during the Festival. "... [the Overture] made an extremely brilliant effect, and was a perfect opening piece for what, I think, turned out to be a nice concert. I especially admired the restraint & skill in writing for the small body of performers. The performance seemed fine - I hope you were pleased... I was sorry not to see more of you & Alison - but the whole social business of the week gets a bit out of hand... Thank you again for your kindness, promptness & skill in writing the overture." Slightly worn and soiled; creased at fold and slightly overall; minor foxing to small area of verso.

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        The Morning Watch.

      Rome: Botteghe oscure,, 1950. Octavo. Original buff wrappers, title to front cover in black. Faint spotting to wrappers, front hinge starting at head but text block sound, contents lightly toned. A very good copy. First edition, first printing. Presentation offprint, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "For Albert Brush, with warmest regard and esteem, Jim Agee, June 6, '54"; an offprint of the novella as it first appeared in the literary journal Botteghe oscure, VI. The recipient, the enigmatic Santa Monica poet Albert Brush, travelled in bohemian circles in Greenwich Village in the 1920s. He was in Paris in the early 1930s and spent most of his life moving in the artistic circles of Southern California; he appears briefly in the biographies of figures such as Christopher Isherwood and Charles Laughton. In the later 1930s he helped write Laughton's famous English adaptation of Bertold Brecht's Life of Galileo. In 1954, the time of this inscription, Agee was finishing work with Laughton on the screenplay of The Night of the Hunter (1955); it was presumably Laughton who introduced the two. Agee's novella, with its 12-year-old protagonist and atmosphere of foreboding religiosity, shares a number of themes with his screenplay for Laughton's celebrated film.

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        Cocktail Party, The [Signed]

      New York Harcourt, Brace 1950 First Printing, without code symbols specifying later printings (per Gallup, "Through oversight, the words 'first American edition' were omitted from the verso of the title page on the first printing). Tall, slim 8vo: 190,[2, including sheet of music]pp. Publisher's black cloth, spine lettered in gilt; white typographic dust jacket, priced $3.00 and printed in yellow and black. Signed in blue ink by Eliot beneath his initials on the acknowledgements page. A Near Fine or better copy, lightly shelf-rubbed, spine gilt dulled, page edges slightly toned; about Fine jacket marred only by light fading to spine panel. Gallup A55b. Near Fine

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        Aeschylus Agamemnon. 3 Volumes. Edited with a commentary by Eduard Fraenkel. Vol. 1., Prolegomena, Text, translation. Vol. 2., Commentary on 1-1055. Vol. 3., Commentary on 1056-1673, Appendixes, Indexes.

      Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1950. Orig.-Ausgabe. XVI, 195 S., 2 Taf. mit Abb.; VIII, 850 S. Gr.-8°, fadengeheft. Olwd. OU gute Exemplare, Bleistiftanstreichungen u. -notizen Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Elemente. Holzschnitte. Entwürfe aus dem Jahre 1920.

      Zürich 1950 - Zürich, 1950. 4°. 20 n.n. Bl. mit 10 (6 schwarzen und 4 senfgelben) Orig.-Holzschnitten. Lose Bogen in senfgelber OHalbpergament-Decke, in Schuber. =2. Stubendruck. - Arntz 283-292. - Erstausgabe. - Eines von 200 numerierten und von Hans Arp signierten Exemplaren (unser Exemplar nicht numeriert). - Die Entwürfe entstanden 1920. Hans Arp 'Elemente' wurde in der Werkstatt Karl Schmid im Jahre 1949 geschnitten und handgedruckt. Typographie Alfred Willimann. - Mit handschriftlicher Widmung von Karl Schmid im Kolophon. - (Schuber etwas fleckig). Sprache: Deutsch Lose Bogen in senfgelber OHalbpergament-Decke, in Schuber. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Framed Typed Letter Signed "Ralph" on United Nations letterhead

      Lake Success, NY, 1950. unbound. 1 page, 9 x 6 inches, Lake Success, New York, September 28, 1950. In this letter, Bunche thanks the recipient for a letter of congratulations, in full: "Dear Irwin, I wish to thank you for the very kind sentiments expressed in your congratulatory message on the occasion of the award to me of the Nobel Peace Prize. I am deeply appreciative. Sincerely yours..." Float-mounted and matted in white beside a 9.75 x 7.5-inch photo of Bunche seated casually on a desk with a world map in the background; set in a black frame measuring 15.5 x 20.75 inches. Natural folds but still in fine condition. American political scientist, academic, and diplomat who received the 1950 Nobel Peace Prize for his late 1940s mediation in Israel and was involved in the formation of the United Nations.

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        Presenting Tabarin.

      1950 - New York, (1950), Gotham Hosiery Company Inc., in-4, reliure à spirale, plat illustré du logo de Tabarin, 15 pages non chiffrée. Plaquette publicitaire illustrant les bas nylons commercialisés par le célèbre cabaret Tabarin de New York chez Saks sur la cinquième avenue. Les bas Tabarins s'adapte à différents situations, la pluie, le restaurant, le spectacle, la couture. Marcel VERTES (Ujpest 1895-1961 Paris) est un artiste d'origine hongroise, illustrateur, graveur, aquarelliste, décorateur. Il s'exila en France suite à la publication d'affiches politiques satiriques pendant la première guerre mondiale. Il collabora à l'illustration de nombreuses revues (Fantasio, Le Témoin, La Vie Parisienne, La Gazette du Bon Ton.). Pendant la Seconde Guerre Mondiale il s'exila à New-York et dès lors partagera sa vie entre les deux capitales (Dico Solo, 873-874). Salissure à la couverture. Livres

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        A Hornbook for Witches

      Arkham House 1950 - First edition. Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. Browning to endsheets, gutters of prelims, and to spots on the top edge of page block. Black cloth is sharp and clean. The dust jacket shows light rubbing at extremities, and toning to the spine panel and to the blank verso, but presents rather well. A collection of poetry self-financed by the author and originally printed in a run of 533 copies, 300 of which the author distributed on her own. A very scarce Arkham House title. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Manuscript]: One Lonely Night

      - Original manuscript of the fourth Mike Hammer novel. 253 typed pages printed rectos only, with 246 pages of text (paged 1-240), with six additional pages inserted, plus seven pages of preliminary matter. Spillane's deletions are substantial, his changes and corrections are numerous, on nearly every page, and are virtually all in his hand (there are a few copy editor's or typesetter's corrections as well). Signed twice by the author and dated 27 September 1950 (the novel was published in 1951). Near fine, the top sheet, as usual, exhibiting the most wear. Hammer finds a ring of Commies and kills them by the scores, literally, at one point dispatching 40 by machine gun! Housed in a full morocco clamshell case. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The Kon-Tiki.

      New York: Rand McNally & Company, 1950. First American edition of the explorer's classic first book. Octavo, original cloth. Illustrated throughout. Signed by Thor Heyerdahl on the title page. Fine in a very good jacket that shows some rubbing to the crown of the spine. Rare signed. On April 28, 1947, Heyerdahl and five other adventurers sailed from Peru on a raft built from balsa wood, bamboo, and hemp. After three months and 4,300 nautical miles on the open sea they sighted land?the Polynesian island of Puka Puka.The Kon-Tiki has been translated into sixty-five languages and has sold millions of copies. It is the basis for the 2012 Norwegian film directed by Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg, and was nominated for an Oscar and Golden Globe.

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        Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum [RAC], Sachwörterbuch zur Auseinandersetzung des Christentums mit der antiken Welt, [.], Textbände 1-23 sowie 1 Registerband zu den Bänden 1-15, 1 Supplementband, (insgesamt 23 Bände), Herausgegeben von Theodor Klauser [bis Band 13] und Ernst Dassmann [bis Band 18],

      Stuttgart, Anton Hiersemann, 1950-2006. - Bände mit zahlr. Karten und Abb., (28 x 20,5 cm), Bibliotheksexemplare, mit Signatur, die neueren Bände mit sehr geringen Gebrauchsspuren, aber auch die älteren Bände sind insg. gut erhalten; Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 40000 Gr.-8°, Registerband: goldgeprägter Leineneinband, ansonsten goldgeprägte Orig.-Halbledereinbände.

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        NIGHT AND THE CAT

      - (FOUJITA)illus. NIGHT AND THE CAT by Elizabeth Coatsworth. NY: Macmillan 1950, 8vo (6 3/4 x 10"), two-tone cloth, endpaper toned else near Fine in dust wrapper (dw slightly frayed at spine ends). Stated 1st printing. Poems by Elizabeth Coatsworth feature 12 beautiful full page lithographs depicting all types of cats by FOUJITA, the noted Japanese artist. LAID- IN IS COATSWORTH'S PERSONAL PICTORIAL "CHIMNEY - FARM" CARD SIGNED BY HER. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Town and the City.

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1950. First edition of the author's first book. Octavo, original red cloth. Signed "John Kerouac" on the front free endpaper. Some light rubbing to the bottom cloth in an excellent dust jacket with light rubbing and wear. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. Kerouac began writing The Town and the City in late 1945, according to Ellis Amburn, who edited Kerouac's last two novels and wrote the biography Subterranean Kerouac. Heavily influenced by Thomas Wolfe, he sent the completed manuscript to Wolfe's publisher, Charles Scribner's Sons, in 1948. Allen Ginsberg lobbied his former teacher at Columbia University (Kerouac had also attended Columbia), Mark Van Doren for help, and Van Doren set up an interview with Alfred Kazin, who worked as a scout for Harcourt Brace. Kerouac was unable to make the interview with Kazin but Ginsberg introduced Kerouac to New Yorker editor Ed Stringham, who arranged a meeting between Kerouac and the editor-in-chief of Viking Press. Kazin eventually decided to read the manuscript and if he liked it, he would pass it to the top publishers in New York. His contacts also included Houghton Mifflin, Alfred A. Knopf, Little Brown and Company, and Random House. Kazin recommended the book. In December 1948, Scribner's again rejected the manuscript, despite changes that Kerouac had made to the text. Little Brown also rejected the book that same month, declining publication due to its excessive length, which meant the book would be prohibitively expensive for a first novel. (Most of the costs of publishing a first novel are the costs of paper and binding, and a long book makes it harder for the publisher to recoup its costs.) After reading sample chapters of The Town and the City (along with Kerouac's work-in-progress Dr. Sax), Mark Van Doren recommended the novel to Robert Giroux at Harcourt Brace in March 1949. Giroux, like Van Doren and Kerouac, was associated with Columbia. Giroux was impressed with the 1,100-page-long manuscript, which he thought comparable to Wolfe's Look Homeward, Angel in terms of its lyricism and poetry, and offered Kerouac a $1,000 advance against royalties. Publication eventually was pushed back to March 2, 1950. It received good notices from Charles Poore, reviewing the book for the daily New York Times, and John Brooks, reviewing it for the Sunday Times Book Review.

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        I Can Get It for You Wholesale (Original screenplay for the 1951 film with script breakdown lists)

      Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1950. Revised First Draft Continuity script for the 1951 film. Included is an index to the script breakdown, detailing various scenes and script page numbers with revisions. Copy belonging to Dane Anderson, an uncredited member of the crew, with his name on the front wrapper of the script breakdown, and notations throughout, in holograph pencil. File copy, rubber-stamped on the front wrapper. Based on Weidman's 1937 novel, and Vera Caspary's loose adaptation. Harriet Boyd (Hayward) is a fashion designer who partners with Teddy (Dailey), whom she loves, and Sam (Jaffe), and starts a new business dedicated to selling affordable women's dresses. A rival fashion company lead by Noble (Sanders) momentarily distracts Harriet, but at the last minute she realizes her true devotion to Teddy and Sam. Screenwriter Polonsky was blacklisted shortly after the film's release, refusing to answer questions before the House Un-American Activities Committee. White titled wrappers, rubber-stamped as REVISED FIRST DRAFT CONTINUITY on the front wrapper, copy No. 3 and production No. 2446.8, dated August 4, 1950. Distribution page present, with receipt removed. Title page present, dated August 4, 1950, noted as Revised 1st Draft Continuity, with a credit for screenwriter Polonsky. 170 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 168. Mimeograph on eye-rest green stock. Pages and wrapper Near Fine, internally bound with three gold brads. Script Breakdown: self wrappers as issued. 88 leaves, dated 10/2/50, mimeograph on eye-rest green stock. Near Fine, bound with three gold brads.

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        Dinah Washington

      Original watercolor. Frame measures 22 7/8" x 31 1/2". Painting measures 28" x 19 1/2 Lovely original watercolor of Jazz icon Dinah Washington. Undated, circa 1950. Dinah Washington (1924-1963) was a renowned singer and pianist. She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993. Stuyvesant van Veen (1910-1988) was best known for his large-scale social realism style murals. His watercolors and portraits are rare.

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        Der Romanführer. Band 1-36 + Bd. 37: Registerband zu Bd. 1-36. (37 von 51 bis 2013 erschienenen Bänden). [37 Bd.].

      Hiersemann Stuttgart, 12500 S. Leinen fest gebunden Erscheinungsjahre: 1950 - 2001. Ältere Ausgaben Papier alterungsbedingt leicht vergilbt. Bd.1/I: Der Inhalt der deutschen Romane und Novellen vom Barock bis zum Naturalismus. Alexis - Hermann Kurz. Bd.2/II: Lafontaine - Zschokke.Band 3/I: Der Inhalt der deutschen Romane und Novellen der Gegenwart. Bd. 3/Teil I: Alverdes - Gurk. 4/II: Haensel - Musil. 5/III: Nabl-Zweig. Bd. 6: Der Inhalt der französischen, italienischen, spanischen u. portugiesischen Romane u. Novellen von den Anfängen bis zum Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts. Bd. 7: Der Inhalt der englischen, nordamerikanischen, flämischen u. holländischen Romane u. Novellen von den Anfängen bis zum Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts. Bd. 8: Der Inhalt der nordischen, slawischen, ungarischen u. rumänischen Romane u. Novellen von den Anfängen bis zum Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts. Bd. 9: Der Inhalt der französischen, italienischen, spanischen u. portugiesischen Romane u. Novellen der Gegenwart. Bd. 10: Der Inhalt der englischen, flämischen u. holländischen Romane u. Novellen der Gegenwart. Bd. 11: Der Inhalt der nordamerikanischen Romane u. Novellen der Gegenwart. Bd. 12: Der Inhalt der nordischen, russischen, polnischen, tschechischen, ungarischen und südosteuropäischen Romane u. Novellen der Gegenwart. Bd. 13: Der Inhalt der deutschen Romane u. Novellen aus dem Jahrzehnt 1954 bis 1963. Nebst Nachträgen zu Bd. I bis V des Gesamtwerkes u. einem Register aller im \'Romanführer\' behandelten deutschen Autoren. Bd. 14: Der Inhalt der ausländischen Romane u. Novellen aus dem Jahrzehnt 1957 bis 1966. Nebst Nachträgen zu Bd. VI bis XII des Gesamtwerkes u. einem Register aller im \'Romanführer behandelten ausländ. Autoren. Bd. 15: Der Inhalt der Romane und Novellen der Weltliteratur. Register zu Band I-XIV. Bd. 16: Inhalte erzählender deutscher Prosa aus dem Jahrtzehnt 1964 bis 1973. Nebst Nachträgen zu Bd. I-V u. XIII des Gesamtwerkes. Bd. 17: Inhalte erzählender ausländischer Prosa aus den Jahren 1967 bis 1973. Bd. 18/I+19/II: Inhalte erzählender deutscher Prosa aus den Jahren 1974 bis 1985. A-Z. Nebst Nachträgen zu den Bd. I-V, XIII u. XVI des Gesamtwerkes. Bd. 20: Anglophone Prosa aus den Jahren 1973-1987. Bd. 21: Romanische Prosa aus den Jahren 1973-1989. Bd. 22: Multinationale u. multiphone Literatur der Sowjetunion, Literatur von Dissidenten u. sowjetische Untergrundliteratur. Slawische, albanische u. ungaro-finnische sowie nordische Literatur aus den Jahren 1973-1989. Bd. 23: Die Literaturen Asiens von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart. Bd. 24: Griechische, türkische, arabische, jüdische, jiddische, israelische, niederländische, flämische, afrikaanse u. südafrikanische Erzählprosa von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart. Bd. 25/I+26/I: Prosa der DDR von den Anfängen bis zu ihrem Ende 1990. Teil I: A-K. Teil II: L-Z. Bd. 27/I+28/II: Deutschsprachige Prosa aus den Jahren 1986 bis 1992 (ausgenommen Literatur der DDR 1949 bis 1990). Teil I: A-K. Teil II: L-Z. Bd. 29: Multinationale deutsche Literatur. Bd. 30/I+31/II: Anglophone Prosa aus den Jahren 1988 bis 1994. Teil I: A-K. Teil II: L-Z. Bd. 32/I+33/II: Romanische Prosa aus den Jahren 1989 bis 1995. Teil I: Frankophone, italienische u. rumänische Erzählprosa. Teil II: Spanische, lateinamerikanische, portugiesische u. brasilianische Erzählprosa. Bd. 34: Ost-, südost- u. nordeuropäische Erzählprosa aus den Jahren 1989 bis 1995. Bd. 35/I+35/II: Deutschsprachige Prosa im Dritten Reich (1933 bis 1945). Teil I: A-K. Teil II: L-Z. Bd. 37: Register zu den Bänden 1 bis 36. [37 Bd.]. Guter Zustand Bibl-Ex. Stempel auf Seitenschnitt. Versand D: 3,99 EUR Literatur Literaturforschung Literaturgeschichte Literaturen Literaturverzeichnis literaturwissenschaftliche literaturgeschichtliche Forschung

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