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        Typed Letter Signed ("C.G. Jung").

      Zurich, January 30, 1951 - 4to. 1 page. With typed transmittal envelope and the carbon copy of the 4-page typed letter by Code to which this is the reply, modest overall toning and edge-wear. „As far as I can judge from the distance, the case of the child you describe is that of a hysterical dissociation. Jung writes to Grant Code in New York. Jung provides advice to the caregiver of a 13-year old girl, recommending drawing as a "helpful outlet for bottled up unconscious phantasies." However, he concludes, "This is a badly prejudiced case, I'm afraid, and the outlook into the future is not particularly bright. But in the right hands even such people can develop and become not exactly normal but at least possible." Code's description of the girl's symptoms and history are pitiable.

      [Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH]
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        The Catcher in the Rye

      London: Hamish Hamilton, (1951). First British edition. 8vo. 252 pp. Publisher's blue cloth, silver lettered to the spine, dust jacket, not price clipped. Slight loss to the spine ends of the jacket, a little less so to the corners and a little light rubbing, very good overall.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop]
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        Requiem for a Nun

      Random House, NY 1951 - First edition. One of 750 copies signed by Faulkner. This novel was written as a sequel to Sanctuary, and Faulkner structured it as a three-part play. This treatment allowed it to be adapted for the stage by Ruth Ford, though its run on Broadway in 1959 was unsuccessful. The staging of Requiem was better received in France, where the text was translated by Albert Camus. Ownership inscription to front paste-down, some shelfwear to bottom edges, spine lightly sunned, else a near fine copy. Original acetate wrapper present, showing some discoloration and loss to edges. (Petersen A32.1a). [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers, Inc., ABAA]
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        Hidden Valley Of Oz.

      Chicago: The Reilly & Lee Co.,, 1951. Octavo. Original bue cloth, pictorial title panel to front cover, spine lettered and stamped in black, pictorial endpapers. With the dust jacket. Illustrated by Dirk Gringhuis An excellent copy. First edition, first printing, first state with all issue points as called for. 39th title in the Oz series.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        TEMPS TROUE

      Collection Le Soleil noir série luxe [Les Presses du livre français, François Di Dio], Paris 1951 - EDITION ORIGINALE illustrée hors texte par Hans ARP d'un portrait déchiré de laauteur en frontispice, de 6 BOIS en noir et de 2 dessins palingénésiques en noir sur papier rouge. Tirage à 320 exemplaires. Un des 300 sur vélin. >>> Bel exemplaire relié par MERCHER: bradel demi-maroquin rouge, lettre noire au dos, plats de plexiglass, couverture et dos conservés, étui assorti. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie-Galerie Emmanuel Hutin]
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        Physical Review - Vol. 84, Second Series, No. 4

      American Institute of Physics 1951 - First Edition. Volume 84. Second Series. Number 4. pp 615-867. November 15, 1951. Spine lightly sunned. Previous owners name inscribed on front cover, some pen marks on the back cover, light creasing. Great condition! American Institute of Physics, 1951. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Massy Books]
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        Ten Great Economists.

      New York: Oxford University Press, 1951. First edition. Octavo, original cloth. Some light rubbing to the cloth in the very good dust jacket with a few small chips to the crown and foot of the spine. Rare in the original dust jacket.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        L'HOMME RÉVOLTÉ.

      1951 - Paris, Gallimard, 1951. In-12 (127 X 190) maroquin noir entièrement décoré sur les plats d'une mosaïque de motifs géométriques en box bleu ciel, bleu azur, noir et blanc, dos lisse, auteur et titre dorés, tête dorée, couverture conservée, chemise à petits rabats, étui (Pierre-Lucien Martin, 1959). ÉDITION ORIGINALE. UN des 45 EXEMPLAIRES numérotés sur HOLLANDE Van Gelder (n°10), tirage de tête. MAGNIFIQUE EXEMPLAIRE dans une reliure mosaïquée de Pierre-Lucien Martin réalisée en 1959. FINE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ERIC CASTERAN]
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        uvres complètes illustrées.

      Editions Albert Guillot,, Paris, 1951 - Edition du centenaire. 50 volumes in-8 relié demi toile gris perle, pièce de titre au dos, couvertures décorées conservées. (Une couverture a été plastifiée). Edition du Centenaire au tirage limité à 1800 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin Johannot d'Annonay, 1 des 1692 ex. numérotés (n°156). Chaque volume est illustré de compositions originales en couleurs : Raoul Serres, Gérard Angiolini, Nicole A. Bragard, Pierre Lafage, André Roux, Jean Gradassi, Charles Genty, Jacques Blény, Picart le Doux, Pierre Rousseau, Gaston Barret, Jacques Roubille, Nick Petrelli, Pierre Noël, Pierre Leroy, Pierre Grassou, Oki, J. Le Feuvre, A. Steinlen, Georges Vila, Thomas Sarti, Camille Bedeau, Willy G. Holt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Jeanne Laffitte]
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        The Day of the Triffeds

      New York: Doubleday and Company, 1951. Copyright date 1951, first edition, first printing with first edition stated on the copyright page 1951 on both title and copyright page. Grey cloth over boards with green writing and design on the spine. No tears, bent pages, nor any writing. Shelf wear to the edges and to the head and told the spine are moderate, with a scratch on the front board lower left corner. Light tent to the top page edges, one very small dent on the back for edge of the cover. Dust Jacket, this dust jacket is off of the book club edition sent in lieu of the facsimile or no dust jacket at all. Shelf wear to the edges and to the head and told of the spine are minor. Dust jacket now in a clear protective cover. Text is bright and clean, binding is secure, a solid collectible book.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/very good B.C.. 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Collectible.

      [Bookseller: Mclin Haven]
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        THE GREEN HILLS OF EARTH ...

      Chicago: Shasta Publishers,. [1951]. cloth-backed boards.. Bookplate of collector/specialty press publisher Oswald Train affixed. to the verso of the front free endpaper. A fine copy in fine dust. jacket. A sharp copy. (#150330). First edition. One of an undetermined number of subscriber's copies signed by Heinlein on the half title leaf. Short stories forming part of Heinlein's "future history" series. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-514. See Survey of Science Fiction Literature IV, pp. 1645-54.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        Social Choice and Individual Values.

      New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. and London: Chapman & Hall, Limited,, 1951. Octavo. Original blue cloth, spine and upper cover lettered gilt, with the dust jacket. Ownership stamp of Saul Kasdan to endpapers. Dust jacket with vertical split along spine repaired with Japanese tissue, other folds reinforced, chipped with loss at foot of spine and at head of front panel, a little dust soiled; a very good copy. First edition of Arrow's brilliant doctoral thesis, published as number 12 in the series of Cowles Commission Monographs. "Employing the notational system of symbolic logic, at the time unfamiliar to economists, Arrow proposed to solve a question in politics which no economist and few political scientists had ever posed: suppose all individuals can rank all states of the world in order of preference, is it possible to find a voting rule that will always select one of those states as 'most preferred'?

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Catcher in the Rye

      Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1951. Copyright date 1951, 1st edition, 7th printing. Black cloth over boards with silver lettering and design on the spine (now that it nearly faded away) no tears, with creases from pages 99 through 111 also the title page has a small crease with several bent corners uses page markers. Light Browning to the inside front and back cover. Inside flyleaf has been torn out. Dust jacket, (Facsimile) no tears, bent flaps, nor is it price clipped. Dust jacket now in a clear protective cover. Text is bright and clean binding is secure, a solid collectible book one the top 100 novels of the 20th century.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Good/Facsimile. 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Collectible.

      [Bookseller: Mclin Haven]
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        Le poids du monde

      Edition originale, un des 15 exemplaires numérotés et justifiés par Tristan Tzara, seuls grands papiers.Hommage autographe daté et signé de Tristan Tzara en tête de la première page du texte.Une petite trace de pliure transversale sur le second plat.Rare et agréable exemplaire. Au colporteur Saint-Girons 1951 11x14cm agrafé

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Dons des féminines

      First edition, one of 350 numbered copies on vellum, one draw with 50 Alfa paper. Illustrated book, frontispiece, an original signed etching by Pablo Picasso. Foreword by Paul Eluard, illustrated book of Valentine Penrose collages. A slight trace of sunshine and small tears in the back foot. Les pas perdus Paris 1951 25,5x33,5cm broché

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Les bucoliques. Texte latin et version française de l\'Abbé Delille.

      Paris, Gonin, 1951. 4 nn. Bll., 111 (5) S., 6 nn. Bll. Mit 80 OHolzschnitten von Lucile Passavant. Fol., Lose Bogen in OU, OHalbpergamentdecke mit RTitel und OSchuber (dieser etwas fleckig) Monod 11328. - Eins von 200 num. Ex., im Druckvermerk von Lucille Passavant monogrammiert. Auf Bütten gedruckt (Meernixe als Wasserzeichen). Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Galerie Joy]
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        The Day of The Triffids

      London, Michael Joseph Ltd.,, 1951. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in dark green morocco, titles to spine gilt, raised bands, twin rule to turn-ins gilt, plain burgundy endpapers, all edges gilt. A fine copy. First Edition, First Impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The Day of the Triffeds

      New York: Doubleday and Company, 1951. Copyright date 1951, first edition, first printing with first edition stated on the copyright page 1951 on both title and copyright page. Grey cloth over boards with green writing and design on the spine. No tears, bent pages, nor any writing. Shelf wear to the edges and to the head and told the spine are moderate, with a scratch on the front board lower left corner. Light tent to the top page edges, one very small dent on the back for edge of the cover. Dust Jacket, this dust jacket is off of the book club edition sent in lieu of the facsimile or no dust jacket at all. Shelf wear to the edges and to the head and told of the spine are minor. Dust jacket now in a clear protective cover. Text is bright and clean, binding is secure, a solid collectible book.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/very good B.C.. 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Collectible.

      [Bookseller: Mclin Haven]
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        XIX CENTURY FICTION: A Bibliographical Record Based on His Own Collection In Two Volumes (PRESENTATION COPY TO THE GARRICK CLUB)

      Constable, London 1951 - Sadleir, Michael. XIX CENTURY FICTION: A Bibliographical Record Based on His Own Collection In Two Volumes. London: Constable, 1951. First Edition, presumably one of the 26 copies (out of 1,026 printed) reserved for the author. A FINE set in VERY GOOD original Dust Jackets. The GARRICK CLUB COPY (bookplate) with "From The Author" inscribed upon it. The holy bible for collectors of Victorian Fiction in fine original cloth. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Lakin & Marley Rare Books ABAA]
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        Dix, Otto. - "Hahn am Morgen".

      - Lithografie / Kreide- & Pinsellithografie, partiell geschabt, 1951. Von Otto Dix. Auflage Exemplar Nr. 14/33. 55,4 x 47,9 cm (Darstellung / Stein) / 69,5 x 58 cm (Blatt). Karsch 191. Rehts unten in Bleistift signiert und datiert: "Dix 51". Links eigenhändig Auflagenbezeichnung und Titel. - Tadelloses schönes Exemplar. Otto Dix (1891 Untermhaus / heute Gera - 1969 Singen am Hohentwiel). Deutscher Maler und Grafiker, bedeutender Vertreter der Neuen Sachlichkeit. 1909-14 an Königlichen Kunstgewerbeschule in Dresden. 1914-18 Militärdienst als Kriegsfreiwilliger. 1919 Studium an der Dresdner Kunstakademie, Atelier am Antonplatz. Gründungsmitglied der "Dresdner Sezession Gruppe 1919". 1922 Umzug nach Düsseldorf. 1925-27 wohnhaft in Berlin. Seit 1927 Professor für Malerei an der Dresdner Kunstakademie. 1933 wurde er durch die Nationalsozialisten seines Amtes enthoben und als "entartet" diffamiert. 1936 Übersiedlung nach Hemmenhofen. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: GALERIE HIMMEL]
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        A Dance to the Music of Time (12 volumes)

      London: William Heinemann Limited, 1951. A Dance to the Music of Time, longest running series. Book 1-A Question of Upbringing, first edition, second printing. Red cloth over boards. Soiling to the front and back boards fading to the spine short tear along the lower part of the spine near the toe. Dust jacket, facsimile like new. Book 2-A Buyers Market, first edition, second printing. Red cloth over boards, faded label on the spine, facsimile dust jacket book 3-The Acceptance World, first edition, first printing. Original dust jacket. Red cloth over boards gold lettering on a black background on the spine. Book 4-At the Lady Molly's, red cloth over boards gold lettering on the spine light soiling to the boards and fading to the spine. First edition, first printing. Original dust jacket in a clear cover. A black line on the bottom page edges. Book 5-Casanova's Chinese Restaurant, first edition, third printing. Red cloth over boards with gold lettering and design on the spine. Original dust jacket in a clear cover. Book 6- The Kindly Ones, first edition, first printing. Red cloth over boards gold lettering on a black background on the spine. Reginald dust jacket in a clear cover. Book 7 The Valley of Bones, red cloth over boards gold lettering on the spine. Original dust jacket in clear cover, light foxing to the inside front and back covers. Book 8-The Soldiers Art, first edition, first printing. Red cloth over boards gold lettering on the spine original dust jacket in a clear cover. Book 9-The Military Philosophers, first edition, first printing red cloth over boards with gold lettering on the spine, original jacket in a clear cover. Book 10-Books to Furnish a Room red cloth over boards gold lettering on the spine. First edition, first printing. Original jacket in a clear cover. Book 11-Temporary Kings, red cloth over boards gold lettering on the spine first edition, first printing. Original jacket in a clear cover. Book 12-Hearing Secret Harmonies, red cloth over boards gold lettering on the spine light wear on the front and back groove areas light spotting on the back board. First edition, first printing. Original jacket in a clear cover. None of the 12 volumes have any tears, bent pages, nor do they have any writing. Books 1 and 2 have facsimile light dust jackets, book 4 and book 11 are price clipped. All texts are bright and clean, all bindings are secure, a solid collectible set of books of the top 100 novels of the 20th century.. first Editions. Hardcovers. Very Good/Very Good. 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Collectible.

      [Bookseller: Mclin Haven]
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        Une saison en enfer. Les deserts de l\'amour. Les illuminations.

      Gonin Lausanne, 1951. 160 S. Halbleder 40 gefaltete Büttenblätter in Halb-Pergamentmappe. Mit 24 Originallithographien auf Büttenpapier. Exemplar Nr. 8 von 20 der Vorzugsausgabe für die Künstler (Exemplaire d\'artiste). Sign. von Künstler u. Herausgeber. Sehr guter Zustand Versand D: 3,99 EUR

      [Bookseller: Wissenschaftliches Antiquariat]
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        Real Algebraic Manifolds

      Baltimore, MD: Princton University Press. Very Good. FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS of one of Nash's most important papers. Nash "was bent on proving himself a pure mathematician... Even before completing his thesis on game theory, he turned his attention to the trendy topic of geometric objects called manifolds. Manifolds play a role in many physical problems, including cosmology. Right off the bat, he made what he called 'a nice discovery relating to manifolds and real algebraic varieties.' Hoping for an appointment at Princeton or another prestigious math department, he returned to Princeton for a post-doctoral year and devoted himself to working out the details of the difficult proof. "Many breakthroughs in mathematics come from seeing unsuspected connections between objects that appear intractable and ones that mathematicians have already got their arms around. Dismissing conventional wisdom, Nash argued that manifolds were closely related to a simpler class of objects called algebraic varieties. Loosely speaking, Nash asserted that for any manifold it was possible to find an algebraic variety one of whose parts corresponded in some essential way to the original object. To do this, he showed, one has to go to higher dimensions. "Nash's theorem was initially greeted with skepticism. Experts found the notion that every manifold could be described by a system of polynomial equations implausible. 'I didn't think he would get anywhere,' said his Princeton adviser. "Nash completed 'Real Algebraic Manifolds,' his favorite paper and the only one he concedes is nearly perfect, in the fall of 1951. Its significance was instantly recognized. 'Just to conceive the theorem was remarkable,' said Michael Artin, a mathematician at MIT. Artin and Barry Mazur, who was a student of Nash's at MIT, later used Nash's result to resolve a basic problem in dynamics, the estimation of periodic points. Artin and Mazur proved that any smooth map from a compact manifold to itself could be approximated by a smooth map such that the number of periodic points of period p grows at most exponentially with p. The proof relied on Nash's work by translating the dynamic problem into an algebraic one of counting solutions to polynomial equations..." (Kuhn and Nasar, The Essential John Nash). IN: Annals of Mathematics, Vol. 56., No. 3, pp. 405-421. Baltimore, MD: Princeton University Press, 1952. Octavo, original printed wrappers. Toning to spine and some light toning to rear wrappers; a hint of edgewear. An extremely well-preserved copy of one of Nash's greatest work. RARE in original wrappers and without any institutional stamps. Note:: A custom box is available for this item for an additional $225.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        A Chronicle of Ancient Sunlight. Complete in fifteen volumes comprising The Dark Lantern, Donkey Boy, Young Phillip Maddison, How Dear is Life, A Fox Under my Cloak, The Golden Virgin, Love and the Loveless, A Test to Destruction, The Innocent Moon, It wa

      Macdonald, London 1951-1969 A first edition set of Williamson's celebrated novel sequence. 8vo. Original publisher's cloth. Some spotting and dust marking to edges, and some additional spotting to a number of volumes, in the main confined to preliminary leaves and leaf margins. Former owner name and date inked to the front endpaper of eight volumes. Quite a nice bright set in the original James Broom-Lynne-designed dust wrappers, a number lightly edge worn and nicked, the spine panels a little darkened and with occasional small portions of loss. One wrapper ('A Fox Under my Cloak') is price-clipped, another ('The Dark Lantern') exhibits a number of tears and a third ('The Phoenix Generation') some spotting, but all are now protected by a removable sheet of archival acetate. A nice bright set.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Good/Good.

      [Bookseller: Clearwater Books]
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        Autograph letter signed ("Jean").

      Santo Sospir (Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat), 12. IV. 1951. - Small 4to. 1 p. To his translator into English, Mary Hoeck: "Je ne vous ai pas envoyé de lettre parce qu'il fallait que j'achève le portrait de Cégeste. Je crois que ce portrait peut vous plaire. J'avais, en outre l'obligation de répondre à und masse de correspondance qui s'empilait sur une table. J'ai vu, hier soir, le film de Sica (Miracle à Milan) - c'est une merveille et j'avais bien raison de dire que le fameux néoréalisme italien était le style même du conte oriental. Le film de Sica en est le triomphe. (Il du reste remporté un triomphe). De Sica a eu la gentillesse de déclarer au public qui n'aurait jamais osé faire ce film sans les miens - et il m'a embrasse sous la mitraille des photographes. Lorsqu'un homme triomphe, cette attitude est assez rare. Asquith aussi a été très élégant. Comme les journalistes lui disaient 'Vous êtes le Cocteau d'Agleterre' (sic) il a répondu: [']Hélas - je voudrais bien avoir ses dons'. Voilà la chronique de Cannes. Francine a acheté un bateau de 18 mètres sur lequel nous avons bravé le Mistral [.]".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Oeuvres.

      - Nice Imprimatur 1951-1952. 3 volumes in-4° en ff, sous chemises et étui décorés par l'Artiste. Monumentale réalisation illustrée de 566 bois originaux de Louis JOU. 65 bandeaux, 84 culs-de-lampe, 136 dans le texte, 20 H.T. et 260 lettrines rouges. Les trois couvertures sont ornées d'un grand bois gravé en couleurs. Tirage limité à 275 exemplaires, un des 125 sur pur chiffon (le bois gravé à la justification manque.comme toujours). Très bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie In-Quarto]
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        La Moda : Historia del traje en Europa : desde los orígenes del cristianismo hasta nuestros días

      Salvat, Barcelona [etc.] 1951 - 11 vol. il. 21 cm con un estudio preliminar de Marqués de Lozoya Los dos últimos vol. Son de María Luz Morales y se llama :La Moda : el traje y las costumbres en la primera mitad del siglo XX .-- Falta el tomo XII dedicado a los complementos .-- Sello del anterior propietario .--Buen estado

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        RED PLUM BLOSSOMS SPRIG COLOR WOODBLOCK PRINT. [Published by Beijing Rong BaoZha

      [Peking c.1951, Rong Bao Zhai Xing Ji Shi Jian Pu].A single. large sheet woodblock print of his painting, 30 x 41 cm.,. very clean, crisp copy, with his cinnabar seal & signature. in the block, verso numbered: 80-7-BP7, "muban." EXCELLENT !. A BEAUTIFUL LARGE WOODCUT COLOR PRINT OF HIS PAINTING This is ready for framing and display, superbly done, flaw- lessly printed in polychrome woodblocks, excecuted with a most delicate brush and touch. Works of this large size are quite scarce. This signed in Chinese "jiu shihyi sui" or "91 years old" therefore done ca. 1951. * Color scan can be sent by email. Images displayed may not be the actual copy in stock for sale at any given time; if you want to see the exact image of the book or edition in stock, please request this by email and an image will be returned to you by attachment. * * * * BUY WITH .

      [Bookseller: Rare Oriental Book Company, ABAA, ILAB]
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        The End of the Affair

      London: William Heinemann Ltd,, 1951. Octavo. Original grey cloth, titles to spine gilt, publisher's device to rear board in blind, buff endpapers. With the dust jacket. Contents faintly toned with a few faint marks, a little spotting to edges of text block. An excellent copy in the toned jacket, with a little rubbing to extremities. First edition, first impression.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        THE MAN WHO KILLED THE KING.

      Hutchinson & Co. (1951)., London: - First edition. INSCRIBED on title page, "For Diana and Went / With the fondest love from Dennis." Diana Younger was Dennis's stepdaughter and they remained close all his life. She illustrated the dust jacket for his 1938 book, THE GOLDEN SPANIARD as well as endpapers for several others. Very good with a little discoloration at bottom of the black cloth spine (where section of jacket is missing--otherwise the book would be near fine); in bright but good-only dust jacket due to a large chip at bottom of spine extending a little to rear panel. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quill & Brush, member ABAA]
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        Abbott and Costello Go to Mars (Original handwritten manuscript of the treatment for the 1953 film, with subsequent typescript draft)

      Universal City, CA: Universal International, 1951. Screenwriter D.D. Beauchamp's handwritten manuscript treatment for the 1953 Universal film comedy, "Abbott and Costello Go to Mars." Present in its entirety is Beachamp's original treatment, executed in pencil, with holograph corrections. Interspersed throughout are the resulting typewritten pages (also with holograph corrections). The combined pages are bradbound with green studio covers, showing a date of December 5, 1951 (two years prior to the film's release, and well before production began), and the word "Treatment" written in ink at the top right corner, along with a stamped studio reference number. All told, a complete document of the original holograph manuscript and first typewritten draft of the film's treatment. "Abbott and Costello Go to Mars" was released in 1951, and is today held in some regard by B-movie science fiction buffs as well as Abbott and Costello fans. In the film, our heroes are maintenance men who accidentally stow away on board an experimental rocket ship--one that goes not to Mars but to Venus, only to land in the middle of a "Miss Universe" pageant. The pageant includes many worthy contestants, including Anita Ekberg. A superb original screen story for one of the twentieth century's most revered comedy teams, in its earliest form. Fine condition, with manuscript pages 8.5 x 13 inches, typewritten pages 8.5 by 11 inches. Housed in a custom quarter-leather clamshell box.

      [Bookseller: Royal Books, Inc.]
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        Production cel for Alice in Wonderland

      Burbank, CA: Walt Disney Studios,, 1951. Featuring the Walrus and Oysters. 4 cel set up for Alice in Wonderland featuring four original hand inked and painted production cels of the Walrus and Oysters and menu, set on a hand prepared watercolour non production background. Gouache on celluloid on. Sheet size: 43 x 35.5 cm In excellent condition. Mounted, and presented in a manufactured gold leaf frame and UV protection glass. Framed size: 51 x 46 cm. Original production cel for Disney's Alice in Wonderland, depicting a scene from the 1951 film in which the Walrus speaks with the oysters he and the Carpenter lured from the sea.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        The River [Le fleuve] (Archive of material from the 1951 film, including an original photograph of Renoir on the set with assistant director Satyajit Ray)

      France / India / US: Oriental Productions, Ltd. / United Artists, 1951. An archive of material for the 1951 film, including a vintage reference photograph of Renoir directing the film in Bengal, with his smiling 30-year-old assistant Satyajit Ray to his right. Also included in the archive are the original color program for the US release and a program produced specifically for the film's debut in San Francisco at the Stage Door Theatre. It is a point of interest that the film was distributed in the US via the Theatre Guild, resulting in many screenings in playhouses rather than traditional movie theaters. Renoir played a major role in defining what became known in the 1960s as an "auteur," and Ray was in the first generation of directors to inhabit that established definition. He is today considered one of the greatest directors of the twentieth century, and his involvement with Renoir's sole film to be made in India was critical to his career, which would begin properly 4 years later with "Pather Panchali" (1955). We have never before encountered a photograph of the two men together. The international program includes original essays by Renoir, Godden, and producer Kenneth McEldowney. "The River," an international co-production distributed by United Artists, concerns three young girls (two British, one Indian) in Bengal who become infatuated with an ex-soldier who comes into their lives. International program: Full-color, saddle-stitched card wrappers. 16 pages, 12 x 9 inches, saddle-stitched. Near Fine. Stage Door program: Black-and-white, saddle-stitched self-wrappers. 12 pages, 8.5 x 6 inches. Near Fine. Photograph: 8 x 10 inches (20 x 25 cm). Fine. Criterion Collection 276.

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        The Caine Mutiny (First Edition)

      Garden City: Doubleday, 1951. First Edition. First Edition, in a first issue dust jacket, with "City Boy" on the rear flap and "The City Boy" on the rear wrapper. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, and basis for the classic 1954 film directed by Edward Dmytryk and starring Humphrey Bogart and Jose Ferrer. A tight, Near Fine copy in a Very Good plus, price clipped, jacket. Owner's neat contemporary gift inscription (dated 1951) on the title page. Jacket has light toning to the spine, with light rubbing and a few tiny closed tears at the extremities. Housed in a custom clamshell box.

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        [Dance to the Music of Time:]

      London: William Heinemann Ltd.,, 1951?-75. A Question of Upbringing; A Buyer's Market; The Acceptance World; At Lady Molly's; Casanova's Chinese Restaurant; The Kindly Ones; The Valley of Bones; The Soldier's Art; The Military Philosophers; Books Do Furnish a Room; Temporary Kings; Hearing Secret Harmonies. 12 volumes, octavo. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in burgundy morocco, titles to spine gilt, raised bands, dark blue endpapers, gilt edges. Housed in a leather entry slipcase. A fine set. First editions, first impressions.

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        Photograph portrait.

      London: Vivienne, 20th Century Studios Ltd,, 1951. Silver gelatin print (15.5 × 11 cm) mounted on plain card, the photographer's signature lower left-hand corner. Very good condition. Mount size: 23 x 16.2 cm Signed by Churchill on the mount. The studio portrait shows Churchill seated half-length in black formal jacket and bow-tie. In October 1951 Churchill became prime minister for the second time. The society photographer Vivienne's autobiography, They Came to My Studio: Famous People of Our Time was published in 1956.

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        Matisse: His Art and His Public. Limited edition with lithograph

      New York: Museum of Modern Art. Very Good. 1951. First Edition. Hardcover. Limited to 495 numbered copies of which this is number 78. Signed by the author and with an original lithograph by Matisse. Top edge heavily gilt; navy cloth with gilt decor. Chips to head & tail of jacket but backed by a trade edition jacket (i.e., two jackets); otherwise a clean, unblemished copy in publisher's slipcase.; quarto; 592 pages; Signed by Author .

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        Revista Mundo Peronista. Coleccion Completa 93 Numeros.

      - Mundo Peronista (1951-1955): El 15 de julio de 1951 apareció la revista Mundo Peronista, órgano oficial de difusión de la ESP. De periodicidad quincenal, tamaño de 32x25 y con un total de 52 páginas, sus portadas eran a color, con fotografías o ilustraciones de Perón y Evita en forma alternativa. Escrito en lenguaje llano, simple y directo, su interior estaba impreso en color sepia, con abundantes fotografías, ilustraciones, secciones fijas y variables, artículos, notas y reportajes encabezados por títulos expresivos y contundentes. Se publicaron en total 93 números –los dos últimos dobles-hasta el 1º de septiembre de 1955; su precio inicial, que fue de $ 1,50 se duplicó al año de aparición, continuando así hasta el final. La impresión se realizaba en los talleres de la Editorial Haynes, que por entonces publicaba el diario El Mundo y las revistas El Hogar, Mundo Argentino, Mundo Agrario, Mundo Infantil, Mundo Deportivo y Mundo Radial. Su Director fue el escritor Jorge Newton, aunque ni él ni sus redactores aparecían con sus verdaderos nombres: algunos de los artículos y notas estaban firmados con seudónimos (Silo Gismo, Elicás, A De Menos, A De Mas, Loco Noce, El Observador Peronista, Fe, Justicialista, Mas de Capirote, Verissimus), otros con iniciales (O. R., J. G., J. C. M., E. S., J. N., M. A. D., E. B., E. P. O.), y otros no llevaban ni siquiera eso. ¿A que razón puede atribuirse tal determinación? Pues a que los redactores de la revista eran "ciudadanos peronistas" que escribían para la "masa ciudadana del Movimiento Peronista", razón por la cuál esa producción "no tiene propietario, puesto que quienes la realizan renuncian, inclusive, al derecho de propiedad intelectual que por las leyes les corresponde sobre la misma". Siguiendo esa línea, se apelaba a que los lectores reproduzcan los contenidos de la revista, pues de ese modo se cumplía con la misión que se había impuesto la publicación, es decir divulgar el pensamiento y la obra del general Perón y de Eva Perón: "Por lo tanto, todos aquellos colegas y lectores que contribuyan a ampliar el radio de acción que abarcamos, reproduciendo o divulgando el contenido de cada edición de Mundo Peronista, son, además de nuestros amigos, nuestros colaboradores, a quienes desde ya agradecemos cuanto hagan"13 . Sin embargo, a partir de que en las últimas ediciones aparecieron varios artículos firmados como por lo que expresan otras fuentes, pueden conocerse algunos colaboradores de fuste de la revista, como Elías Castelnuovo 14, Armando Cascella 15 y Américo Barrios 16. Mundo Peronista contenía publicidad estatal y privada. De la primera pueden mencionarse la del Banco de la Nación Argentina, Lotería de Beneficencia Nacional y Casinos, Yacimientos Petrolíferos Fiscales (YPF), Flota Mercante del Estado, Caja Nacional de Ahorro Postal, Aerolíneas Argentinas, Ministerio de Transportes, Dirección Nacional de Industrias del Estado (DINIE), Dirección Provincial de Turismo de Córdoba y Lotería de Tucumán. De la segunda la había de tradicionales empresas extranjeras radicadas en nuestro país, como FIAT, Coca-Cola, Mercedes Benz, Shell, Fernet Branca, Pirelli, Nescafé, Philips, y también de empresas nacionales como SIAM Di Tella, La Cantábrica, Grafa, Quilmes, Techint, Acindar, Hierromat, Peuser, Terrabussi, Kraft, Sancor entre otras 17. No obstante ello, Mundo Peronista no alcanzaba, al menos en sus comienzos, a cubrir los costos de impresión –la publicidad estatal por caso no se cobraba, por lo que desde sus páginas solicitaba el apoyo de los lectores para renovar sus suscripciones antes de su vencimiento y también para lograr nuevos suscriptores. En efecto, la revista se vendía por suscripción y también por venta en los quiscos, habiendo alcanzado, según sus responsables, una tirada de 100.000 ejemplares. Al año de su aparición se crean la Editorial Mundo Peronista y el Departamento de Difusión. Por la primera se editan libros de Perón (Conducción Política, Los Mensajes de Perón), de Evi

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        4 private Alben, die die Zeit des LGV von 1951-1975 dokumentieren (Sehr liebevoll gestaltete Alben, die einen Teil der Geschichte des LGV mit zahlreichen SIGNIERTEN Programmen renommierter Künstler dokumentieren)

      1951-1975. 4 Fotoalben, sauber angelegt und alles montiert oder eingeklebt, gute Ex. 1. Album (1951-1957): 2 Zeitungsartikel über Walter Schlageter (Anm.: Prof. Walter Schlageter (1907-1995), Ettlinger Musiker und Ehrenchorleiter des Bad. Sängerbundes. Nachlass liegt im Stadtarchiv (Abteilung 7) ------ Zeitungsartikel Festaufführung der Kantate von Franz Philipp -------- 2 Fotos Weinausflug nach Neustadt 1951-------- Programm \"Zwischen Zeit und Ewigkeit\" (Kantate nach Dichtungen v. Hans Thoma), Stadtverwaltung Karlsruhe am 1. Nov. 1951 in der Stadthalle (Dirigent Walter Schlageter) -------- 1 Blatt Festakt Badischer Sängerbund aus Anlaß des 90jährigen Bestehens am 14.9.1952 im Bad. Staatstheater (Ltg. Walter Schlageter) --------- 3 Fotografien Omnibusfahrt nach Wildbad, Freudenstadt und Kuppenheim 1952 ---------- Programm des LGV Karlsruhe \"Requiem v. Mozart\" am 1.11.1952 in der Stadthalle (Dirigent Walter Schlageter) und Zeitungsartikel dazu --------- mehrere Zeitungsausschnitte zur Hans Thoma-Gedächtnisfeier --------- Programm des LGV Karlsruhe \"Requiem v. Mozart\" am 2.11.1953 in der Stadthalle und Zeitungsartikel dazu ------- Programm II. Musikalische Morgenfeier des Karlsruher Kammerorchesters im Kleinen Saal der Stadthalle am 15.11.1953 (Ltg. Walter Schlageter) dazu Zeitungsartikel) -------- 4 Fotos Sommerausflug Ettlingen / Herrenalb 1953 ---------- Programm \"7. Symphonie-Konzert\" des Badischen Staatstheater Karlsruhe am 16.4.1954 in der Stadthalle (Dirigent Otto Matzerath, Chor Walter Schlageter) -------- Zeitungsartikel \"Johannes-Passion\" in der Stadthalle ---------- Feier anl. der Verabschiedung von Oberschulrat Oskar Haug 30.4.1954 im Schauspielhaus (Programm und Zeitungsartikel (Ltg. Walter Schlageter) --------- 2 Ansichtskarten (Ulm und Weingarten) Konzertreise 10./11.7.1954 Ulm-Ravensburg-Weingarten-Überlingen-Bodensee -------- Programm \"Kirchenmusik im Muenster zu Weingarten 10. Juli 1954\" LGV Karlsruhe und Zeitungsausschnitt, umseitig 4 s/w Fotos von dieser Reise ------------ Programm LGV Karlsruhe \"Festaufführung anl. des 70jährigen Bestehens 13.11.1954 in der Stadthalle \"Hans Pfitzner - Von deutscher Seele) Ltg. Walter Schlageter umseitig 9seitiges Textheft und Zeitungsausschnitt ---------- Foto und Ausschnitt \"Generalversammlung des LGV 22.1.1955 ------- Programmzettel Festaufführung von Deutscher Seele v. Hans Pfitzner, SIGNIERT von den Mitwirkenden: Maria Wolf, Walter Schlageter, Max Pröbstl, Hanna-Ulrike Vassal (Anm. Max Proebstl (* 24. September 1913 in München; gest. 19. November 1979 ebenda) war ein deutscher Opern- und Oratoriensänger in der Stimmlage Bass) -------- Programm und kl. Werbezettel sowie 2 Zeitungsausschnitte Festakt Bundesliederfest Pfingsten 1955 Badischer Sängerbund --------- Sängerbund Oppenau (5 Fotos, Zeitungsausschnitt, bedrucktes Stoffbändchen v. 1956 und Titelblatt der Festschrift 100 Jahre MGV Sängerbund Oppenau ----------- Programm LGV Karlsruhe \"Musikalischer Abend 8.12.1956 im Bismarck-Gymnasium mit Sigrid Weber, Hans Clauser, Frithjof Kessel ----------- Programm LGV Karlsruhe am 5.1.1957 \"Joseph Haydn - Die Schöpfung\" SIGNIERT von den Mitwirkenden Hanna-Ulrike Vassal, Hans Hofmann (Bass), Walter Schlageter, Erwin Grosse und eine weitere (?), sowie ein Zeitungsartikel und ein s/w Orig.foto dazu --------- Programmheft des LGV Karlsruhe vom 19.10.1957 in der Stadthalle Karlsruhe zu \"Carl Orff, Carmina Burana, SIGNIERT von Hanna Ulrike Vassal, Walter Schlageter, Hans Braun, Karl Bernhöft dazu Zeitungsartikel --------- Programm Nancy \"Festival du Musique et Chant Choral (Mit Walter Schlageter und H.-U. Vassal... v. 26.10.1957 mit einigen Fotos und Zeitungsausschnitten ///////////////////// 2. Album (1957-1962) Zettel Walter Schlageter zum 50. Geb. -------- Programm des LGV Karlsruhe v. 14. Mai 1958 in der Stadthalle Karlsruhe \"Joseph Haydn - Die Schöpfung, SIGNIERT von den Mitwirkenden Claire Fassbender-Luz (geb. 1916 international gefeierte Opernsängerin und später Hoteliersfrau in Freudenstadt), Frederick Dalberg (* 07.01.1908 in Newcastle-on-Tyne, England - 01.03.1988 in Kapstadt, u.a. hervorragender Wagnersänger), Naan Pöld (eig. Benjamin Nathan Feld) 1921-1998, estnischer Tenor), Walter Schlageter, dazu 2 Zeitungsausschnitte ----------- Vereinsfahrt des LGV am 8. Juni 1958 nach Calw (Bildausschnitte und 5 Fotos), Nachruf und Todesanzeige Karl Heß ------------ Zeitungsausschnitt zum 60. Geb. v. Willi Preis (1958) ----------- Einladung 75 Jahre LGV / 5 Jahre Karlsruher Lehrerspielschar zur Aufführung \"Des Königs Schatten\" v. Bernt von Heiseler v. 24.-27.10.1958 ---------- Programm \"Festakt 23.11.1958 Stadthalle Karlsruhe mit Einlaßkarte (Ltg. Walter Schlageter -------- 2 Einlaßkarte des LGV v. 29.11.1958 + 6.12.1958 und 3 Abb. v. Elisabeth Schmidt, Naan Pöld und Ingrid Sahlin -------------- Programm des LGV Karlsruhe zur Feier des 75jährigen Jubiläums \"Festkonzert am 6.12.1958\", SIGNIERT v. den Mitwirkenden Elisabeth Schmidt, Komponist Fritz Kölble, Walter Schlageter, Ingrid Sahlin, Naan Pöld, Franz Philipp (Komponist) (Franz Joseph Philipp (* 24. August 1890 in Freiburg im Breisgau; gest. 2. Juni 1972 ebenda) war ein deutscher Kirchenmusiker und Komponist). 1924 Direktor des Badischen Konservatoriums für Musik in Karlsruhe) und Zeitungsausschnitt --------- Programm \"Kreisliedertag am 7./8. 3.1959 ín Karlsruhe des Sängerkreis Karlsruhe in der Stadthalle ------------- Programmheft, Programmzettel und Zeitungsausschnitt des LGV v. 6.5.1959 in der Stadthalle, SIGNIERT v. Elisabeth Schmidt, Naan Pöld, Hans Ochsenkiel ----------- Programmheft und Zeitungsausschnitt \"Neue Chormusik Ludwigsburg 10. Oktober 1959 Stadthalle ----------- Flyer Grands Concerts Symphoniques du Conservatoire 8.11.1959 in Nancy (Direct. Walter Schlageter), 2 Zeitungsausschnitte sowie Programmzettel SIGNIERT v. Elisabeth Schmidt (Sopran), Naan Pöld, Clemens Kaiser-Breme (Clemens Kaiser-Breme (* 8. August 1908 in Bochum; gest. 12. Januar 1997 in Niederkassel) war ein deutscher Opernsänger (Stimmlage Bariton) und Musikpädagoge), Walter Schlageter ----------- Einladung zur Generalversammlung des LGV am 6.2.1960 im \"Salmen\" am Ludwigsplatz (Karlsruhe) -------- 1 Blatt Einladung des LGV Karlsruhe zur Fastnacht am 1.3.1960 --------- Programmzettel des Badischen Sängerbundes, Konzert 30.4.1960 in der Stadthalle Karlsruhe und Zeitungsausschnitt -------- Bundesliederfest Karlsruhe Pfingsten 1960, zahlr. Artikel und Bildausschnitte ---------- Jungbürgerfeier 25.6.1960 Schwarzwaldhalle Karlsruhe \"Carmina Burana\" mit Walter Schlageter LGV Karlsruhe \"Sängerfahrt 1960 nach Alpirsbach\" ---------- Tagesordnung der Generalversammlung ----------- einige Artikel und Ausschnitte zu Fastnachtsveranstaltungen --------- Programm Männerchor Pforzheim-Brötzingen 1861-1961, Carmina Burana, 2. Sonderkonzert, SIGNIERT v. 3 Mitwirkenden Hanna Ulrike Vassal, Barry Mc Daniel, Eric Marion (Barry McDaniel (* 18. Oktober 1930 in Lyndon, Kansas) ist ein US-amerikanischer Bariton, der seine Karriere fast ausschließlich in Deutschland gestaltete. Neben seiner Bühnentätigkeit trat er auch als Konzert- und Liedsänger hervor), Zeitungsartikel dabei ---------- Programm Gruppenkonzert der Sängergruppe Karlsruhe am 24.9.1961 Stadthalle Karlsruhe --------- Programm und Textbuch \"König David\" Musik v. Arthur Honegger, am 27.1.1962, SIGNIERT Ingeborg Reichelt, Katja Fischer-Dobbelstein, Friedrich Wilhelm Andreas, Naan Pöld, Oskar Haug und einige Zeitungsausschnitte dazu --------- Morgenfeier der \"Woche der Brüderlichkeit 11.3.1962 der gesellschaft für christlich-jüdische Zusammenarbeit in Karlsruhe (Einladung, Programm und Zeitungsartikel) /////////////////// 3. Album (1962-1966): Tagesordnung der Generalversammlung des LGV v. 16.3.1962 mit 18 s/w Fotos und 1 Zeitungsausschnitt ---------- 100 Jahre Badischer Sängerbund (Zeitungsartikel) -------- Programm \"Festakt aus Anlass des 100j. Bestehens des Badischen Sängerbund am 24.6.1962 im Badischen Staatstheater\" und Zeitungsartikel ----------- Einladung zum Ausflug des LGV am 1.7.1962 v. Pforzheim nach Bad Liebezell ----------- Einladung zum gemütlichen Beisammensein am 6.11.1962 im Moninger, Hauptpost ------------- Programm Gedenkfeier anl. des Volkstrauertages 18.11.1962 am Soldatenfriedhof Andilly unter Mitwirkung des LGV mit Broschur und Zeitungsausschnitten ------------- Hans Thoma Gedenkfeier (4 Zeitungsausschnitte) ----------- Chile tanzt und singt am 19.2.1963 im Albert Schweitzer Saal in Karlsruhe (Dt. chilenischer Singkreis), kl. Broschur und 2 Zeitungsausschnitte ---------- Fasching im LGV am 26.2.1963 im Kl. Stadthallensaal ----------- Programm \"Morgenfeier\" zur Eröffnung der Woche der Brüderlichkeit am 10.3.1963 (Ges. f. Christlich-Jüdische Zusammenarbeit) und Zeitungsausschnitt ----------- LGV Satzungen und Einladung zur Hauptversammlung am 25.5.1963 im Gasthaus Krokodil am Ludwigsplatz in Karlsruhe ------------- Concert de Gala in Nancy am 26.10.1963 Bildausschnitt und Programmheft SIGNIERT von Walter Schlageter, Hanni Mack-Cossack, Hans Clauser, Pierre Cortelezzi und ein weiterer (wohl Marcel Dautremer) (Hans Walter Clauser (* 20. März 1931 in Mörsch bei Karlsruhe; gest. 2. Juni 2009 in Ettlingen) deutscher Pädagoge, Historiker und Gewerkschafter. Wie sein Vater schlug er die Lehrerlaufbahn ein, schloss aber neben dem Lehrerstudium auch erfolgreich eine Gesangsausbildung bis zum Zeugnis der Bühnenreife als Bariton ab) dazu 1 AK und 7 Fotos verziert mit Stadtplan etc. ------------ Programmheft \"Johannes Brahms, Ein deutsches Requiem am 4.11.1963 in der Stadthalle Karlsruhe SIGNIERT von Hanni Mack-Cossack und Walter Schlageter, dazu mehrere Zeitungsausschnitte ------------ Gratulation für Willi Preis zum 65. Geb mit kl. Foto ------------- 6.1.1964 Heilige Drei Könige 4 Fotos --------------- Programm Morgenfeier der Gesellschaft für Christlich-Jüdische Zusammenarbeit am 8.3.1964 ------------ Einladung des LGV zur Hauptversammlung am 9.5.1964 im Moninger, Einladung zur Sängerfahrt am 12.7.1964 nach Straßburg, Ausflug nach Ringelbach des LGV am 10.10.1964, Programm und Zeitungsausschnitt LGV spielt Bach und Händel in der Christuskirche, Einladung zur Kinderweihnachtsfeier im Jugendheim Anne Frank am 10.12.1964, weitere Einladung zum Karneval und zur Hauptversammlung ------------ Liederfest Karlsruhe 27.-30. Mai 1965 Programmblatt und Zeitungsausschnitte ---------- Weinausflug nach Meisenbühl am 16.10.1965 ---------- Johannes Brahms, Ein deutsches Requiem Programm v. 1.11.1965 in der Stadthalle Karlsruhe SIGNIERT v. Maria Stader (Sopran) und Horst Günther (Bariton) (Maria Stader (* 5. November 1911 in Budapest, Österreich-Ungarn; gest. 27. April 1999 in Zürich; geboren als Maria Molnár) bedeutende Schweizer lyrische Sopranistin) (Horst Günter (* 23. Mai 1913 in Leipzig; gest. 7. Januar 2013 in Hamburg) war ein deutscher Opernsänger (Bariton) und Gesangspädagoge, als 9jähriger am Thomaschor und noch 2004 gab er Unterricht in Zürich) dazu Zeitungsausschnitte ----------- Abend im Schützenhaus auf dem Turmberg, einige Ausschnitte, Programm und Ausschnitte des LGV v. 7.12.1965 \"Des Kaisers Nachtigal\" Märchenspiel ---------- Johannes Brahms, Ein deutsches Requiem am 9.3.1966 im Palais des Fetes in Straßburg (Programm und Ausschnitte) ------------ 90 Jahre Simultanschule am 19.3.1966 in der Stadthalle Karlsruhe (Ltg. Walter Schlageter, Programm und Abb. Programmzettel u.a. Nancy Concert de Gala 20.5.1966 mit Elisabeth u. Claude Hector, Marie-Antoinette Jungmann und Andre Vessieres, Marcel Dautremer ////////////////// 4. Album (1966-1975): großes s/w Foto Walter Schlageter erhält Auszeichnung (12.1.1966) ---------- Ausflug nach Mudau 25.9.1966, Wanderung zur Burg Wildenberg, Familienabend im Moninger 19.11.1966, Ausflug nach Varnhalt, Kinderweihnacht in der Karlsruher Insel (November, Dezember), Woche der Brüderlichkeit 5.-12.3.1967 (einige Ausschnitte), LGV Hauptversammlung am 11.3.1967 im Ketterer --------- Programm \"Frohsinn und Schwermut\" von Händel auf der Bundesgartenschau Karlsruhe und Zeitungsausschnitt -------- Trauerblatt für den verstorbenen Willi Preis und Zeitungsausschnitt ----------- LGV Filmabend am 18.11.1967 im Moninger --------- Einladungszettel Fastnacht im Moninger am 17.2.1968 -------- Chile singt und tanzt am 17.1.1968 --------- 1 Blatt Auszeichnung mit dem Bundesverdienstkreuz für Walter Schlageter ------------ Chor-Olympiade Stuttgart 27.6.-1.7.1968 Zettel und Festkarte u.a. ------ Hans Leopold Zollner (Blatt mit Abb.) ----------- Programm LGV Karlsruhe in der St. Bernhard Kirche am 8.12.1968 SIGNIERT v. Sigrid Windecker-Reichert, Lori Toesca, Renate Ackermann, Serge Maurer und Klaus Kirchner dazu Zeitungsausschnitte, 5 Seiten mit div. Veranstaltungen ----------- Programm LGV Karlsruhe am 29.11.1970 in St. Stephan Gabrile Faure und Bach SIGNIERT v. Renate Ackermann, Lajos Kendy (später Prof. in Dortmund), Peter Wetzler (Tenor) und Walter Schlageter und Zeitungsausschnitte, einige weitere Seiten mit Aufführungen und Orig.fotos von Chor und Veranstaltungen, 90 Jahre LGV, Walter Schlageter zum 70. Geb.. ------------ Letzte Seite \"Aufführungen und Mitwirkungen des Lehrergesangvereins von 1959 bis heute (1975) Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Dark Chateau; And Other Poems

      Arkham House, Sauk City, WI 1951 - 8vo. [viii], 63 pp. Cloth in dustwrapper, npc, very good. (27341). Owner's name neatly written on paste-down. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mimeographed typescript:] Lectures on Communication Theory. Delivered in the Fall Term of 1951 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

      [Cambridge Mass, 22 September 1951] - 4to (276 x 205 mm), ff [1] 83, with equations and diagrams in text; in very good condition, in contemporary buckram, labelled in gilt on spine. £6500First edition, a unique typescript of Gabor's MIT lectures on information and communication theory, including an extended discussion of the use of light waves in holography, for which Gabor was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1971. Gabor's discovery and development of holography comes directly from his work on information 'contained' in wave forms. The realization of holography had to await the invention of lasers in 1960 as a source for coherent light, but from 1947 on Gabor had already established all of the principles of holography and demonstrated it using conventional light sources.The Lectures open with a mathematical theory of signal analysis and representation. Gabor discusses Shannon's and Weiner's theories of information, the entropy of noise, principles and theories of information encoding, and the limitations of Shannon's theory. This is followed by a physical theory of signals, including the fundamental limitations of signal transmission and recognition in the light of classical and quantum physics. From page 46 on Gabor examines information theory in regard to light waves, and sets out the foundations of the theory of holography based upon the interference of coherent light beams. The work concludes with an examination of speech analysis and compression.Besides his foundation work on holography, the Lectures cover other fundamental discoveries of Gabor in the fields of information storage and retrieval, such as granular synthesis and time-frequency analysis.Dennis Gabor (1900-1979) was a Hungarian physicist who fled Nazi Germany in 1933 and came to Britain where he did all his major research. See DSB 17 pp 324-8.This typescript appears to be unique. The text was published by MIT in the following year on April 3, 1952 (Origins of cyberspace n 627); OCLC cites only one copy, at MIT, of the published version

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        Babar Dans L'Ile Aux Oiseaux.

      1951. BRUNHOFF, Laurent de. Babar Dans L'Ile Aux Oiseaux. 40 pp. Colourfully illustrated throughout. Folio, 365 x 270 mm, bound in original illustrated boards. Paris: Hachette, 1951.|~||~|$1250.00 First Edition. The ninth book in the Babar collection, finding the elephant king and his family on the fantastical Ile Aux Oiseux populated by a colourful assortment of exotic birds. A near fine copy with a little minor bumping to the corners, rarely found in acceptable condition.

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        Temple of Flora,

      London: Collins,, 1951. With Plates faithfully reproduced from the original engravings and the work described by Geoffrey Grigson. With Bibliographical Notes by Handasyde Buchanan. Folio (426 x 298 mm). Contemporary green crushed morocco, raised bands, titles to compartments gilt, floral designs to compartments and front board in gilt with onlaid calf pieces in various colours, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers. Coloured frontispiece, 11 similar plates, and 24 black and white plates, all with tissue guards. Spine slightly darkened, light offsetting from turn-ins. An excellent copy. First Collins edition, attractively bound. Designed by George M. Rainbird and Ruari McLean, this edition reproduces all but four plates from the volume held by the Library of Eton College. "The Temple has been characterized as a visually magnificent failure, with 'little botanical value' (Blunt and Stearn, 236), but this is to misunderstand its place in Thornton's writings and within a particular phase of British science in the era of Romanticism" (ODNB).

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        Indice de artes y letras

      Madrid. 39 cm. 6 vol. Encuadernación en tapa dura artesanal con lomo estampado. Contiene los siguientes Nº. Vol I: 1951 - 54: Año 6: Nº 43 (10 sept 1951), 45 (15 Nov 1951); Año 7: Nºs 47 al 58, (Año 1952). Año 8: Nºs 59 al 69 Año 1953. Año 9: 70 - 71 (Ene - Feb 1954 Ediccion para Extranjeros), 74 (28 febr 1954), 73 (30 marz 1954), 74 - 75 (Abril - Mayo 1954). Vol II, 1955 - 1957: Año 10; Nºs 76 al 87 Año 1955. Del 88 al 96, Año 1956. Año 11: Nºs 97 al 108. Año 1957. Vol III: 1958 - 1959: Año 12: Nºs 109 al 120 año 1958. Año 13: Nºs 121 al 132 año 1959. Vol IV, 1960 - 1961: Contiene los Nºs Año 14, Nº del 133 al 144 (año 1960) Nºs del 145 al 154 año 1961. Vol V: 1962 - 1964. Año XVI, Nºs 157 al 168 de 1962. Año XVII Nºs del 169 al 180 del año 1963. Nºs de 181 y 182 de 1964. Vol VI año XVII Nº del 183 al 192 del año 1964. Año XVIII Nºs del 193 al 199 del año 1965. Año XX Nº del 200 al 204 de 1965. Un tomo de dimensiones mas pequeñas que el resto . Cubierta deslucida. (=439693=) Ver imagen

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        Les Miserables (Original screenplay for the 1952 film)

      Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1951. First Draft Continuity script for the 1952 film. One of over thirty film adaptations of Hugo's 1862 novel, with Michael Rennie as Jean Valjean and Debra Paget as Cosette. This adaptation differs from the film, with characters added and dropped, and entire sequences of the novel left out. Debra Paget and Robert Newton would reprise their roles for the Lux Radio Theatre hour-long adaptation in December of the same year. Orange studio wrappers, noted as FIRST DRAFT CONTINUITY on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped copy No. 44 and No. 420, dated July 25, 1951. Distribution page present, with receipt removed. Title page present, dated July 25, 1951, noted as 1st Draft Continuity, with a credit for screenwriter Murphy. 147 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 145. Mimeograph on eye-rest green stock. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good, bound internally with three gold brads.

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