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        Physical Studies of Nucleic Acid. Crystalline Structure of DNA. Nucleic Acid: An Extensible Molecule?" SIGNED BY MAURICE WILKINS. With: Mary J. FRASER & Robert D. B. FRASER: "Evidence on the Structure of Deoxyribonucleic Acid from Measurements with Polarized Infra-red Radiation." Offprint from Nature, Vol. 167, May 12, 1951.

      1951 - 7 pp. Original wrappers. Very Good. First Edition. SIGNED BY MAURICE WILKINS and Signed by Raymond Gosling on the front wrapper. At a meeting of the Faraday Society in May 1950, Rudolf Signer "gave out samples of his best [DNA], and Wilkins took some home to King's. A few days later, he was preparing part of this DNA in highly viscous solution for the ultraviolet studies he was doing. Unexpectedly, he noticed that every time he touched the stuff with the tip of a glass rod and then drew the rod away, 'I had spun a very thin fibre of DNA, almost invisible, like a filament of spider web.' The fibres seemed so perfect and uniform that the molecules in them must have been neatly aligned alongside one another. Examined under a microscope, in polarized light, the fibres behaved as though they were made up of well-ordered crystals. So Wilkins took the fibres to a graduate student in the unit, Raymond Gosling, who was doing the crystallography with rams' sperm and had borrowed the use of an antiquated x-ray apparatus in a lead-lined basement of the chemistry department. Several dozen of Wilkins's fibres had to be bundled together, in a tiny tungsten-wire frame where they could be tightened like a violin bow, to constitute a large enough specimen for the soft focus of the x-ray tube. Wilkins and Gosling remembered that Bernal, fifteen years before, had got the first good x-ray patterns from protein crystals by keeping them wet. Accordingly, they maintained the DNA fibres at high humidity. They got striking patterns, with many spots, sharp and detailed, far better than ever before seen from DNA, and for the first time unmistakably from a substance in crystalline form. . . . That series of diffraction pictures taken in May or June of 1950 provided the one Wilkins showed at the meeting in Naples, a year later, that galvanized Watson's enthusiasm for DNA and x-ray crystallography" (Judson, Eighth Day of Creation, expanded ed., pp. 78-79). Olby, The Path to the Double Helix, pp. 332-35 (including an illustration taken from Wilkins and Gosling's paper). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        The Catcher in The Rye.

      Boston: Little Brown and Company, 1951 - Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in crimson morocco, titles to spine black and gilt, pictorial block copied from the jacket to front and back board in black, twin rule to turn-ins gilt, black endpapers, gilt edges. A fine copy. First edition, first printing.

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        70 Large Broadsides or Posters for The Saturday Evening Post

      [Philadelphia]: The Curtis Publishing Company. 1951-1960. A collection of 70 different broadsides or posters for The Saturday Evening Post. Each measuring 22' x 28". Overall near fine with some scattered bumps and small tears at the edges, with folds as issued. These broadsides were used at newsstands to promote the latest issue of the magazine with text above or below the enlarged image of that week's front cover usually touting one of the cover stories, but occasionally an interior article or a short story. The cover features the talents of a number of popular Post artists such as John Falter, George Hughes, John Clymer, Thornton Utz, Steven Dohanos, Amos Sewell, Constantin Alajalov, and others. They depict American life of the 1950s with a gentle mix of humor (teenage dating, fashion, popular music), social commentary (influence of television, expansion of the highway system, and women in the workplace), and illustrations of rural life. A wonderful collection of images of mid-century American life. .

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        Weird Science Vol. 1,#9, Sept/Oct. 1951

      New York, NY: EC Comic, Fables Publications, 1951 This is Wood's first EC comic and it is a beautiful comic; all the faults are very minor and it grades as 8.5, Very Fine+ according to the Overstreet Comic Book Grading Guide, 3rd. Edition. It is flat, with no spine roll and the inks have better than moderate reflectivity; the colors are bright. The staples are bright and inline with only very tiny staple tears. There are 2-3 very faint stress lines on the front cover at the spine. The spine ends and corners of the front cover are either square or show very minor blunting and the binding is secure. There is very minimal edgewear to both the front and back covers, which along most edges is very hard to see. There is a dealer's arrival date at the top center of the front cover which is consistent with the grade. There is some age-browning inside the front cover and, also, a little on the back cover. There is a 1/8 inch indentation near the top center on the back cover and the lower left corner of the back cover has a light bend, which is not a crease. The interior pages are supple and light tan to cream color. The edges of a few of the interior pages have very minimal edgewear. This comic has been priced according to the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide, 39th. Edition.. No. Paper Wraps. Very fine+ (8.5)/None. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall. Comic Book.

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        70 Large Broadsides or Posters for The Saturday Evening Post

      [Philadelphia]: The Curtis Publishing Company. 1951-1960. A collection of 70 different broadsides or posters for The Saturday Evening Post. Each measuring 22' x 28". Overall near fine with some scattered bumps and small tears at the edges, with folds as issued. These broadsides were used at newsstands to promote the latest issue of the magazine with text above or below the enlarged image of that week's front cover usually touting one of the cover stories, but occasionally an interior article or a short story. The cover features the talents of a number of popular Post artists such as John Falter, George Hughes, John Clymer, Thornton Utz, Steven Dohanos, Amos Sewell, Constantin Alajalov, and others. They depict American life of the 1950s with a gentle mix of humor (teenage dating, fashion, popular music), social commentary (influence of television, expansion of the highway system, and women in the workplace), and illustrations of rural life. A wonderful collection of images of mid-century American life. .

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        The Country Girl: A Play in Three Acts

      The Viking Press, New York 1951 - First edition. Boards moderately soiled, very good or better in a near very good, spine-faded dustwrapper with several internal repairs. Signed by the author in pencil on the title page: "My love, Cliff." Basis for the George Seaton film with Grace Kelly, Bing Crosby, and William Holden. It was one of Bing's best performances, and both Kelly and Seaton (for his screenplay) won Oscars. Later remade for television with Faye Dunaway, Ken Howard, and Dick Van Dyke. Very scarce signed. See this book in 3D on our site. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Preacher and the Slave

      London, UK: Hammond, Hammond, and Company, 1951. First British Edition . Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Fictionalized biography of labor icon Joe Hill, later reissued under the title "Joe Hill." Inscribed to previous owner on half title page. Maroon cloth boards are lightly worn on edges and corners, previous owner bookplate otherwise interior is clean. Mylar-wrapped dust jacket has not been price-clipped and has some wear to edges.

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        Belles On Their Toes; Screenplay

      1951 - Quarto, full leather, 117 pp., Very Good+ copy, creasing to some pages, light soil or wear to the tips of the covers. Myrna Loy's copy of the screenplay for the 1952 film she starred in--Loy's name stamped in gilt on the front cover. "Belles On Their Toes" was the sequel to "Cheaper By the Dozen." Signed on the titlepage by Samuel Engel, producer of "Belles." Nice, uncommon item. Digital images available upon request. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        La tete contre les Murs. (Signed, leather)

      Aux Editions Eliane Norberg, 1951, Full-Leather, Book Condition: Fine, 1st, Signed by Author, Illustrated By: Robert FontaSize: Folio, First edition thus. Signed, De Luxe limited edition. Sumptuous, full leather Artesian binding by Jacques Blanchet. From an edition of 202, number 72 of 180 printed on Velin d' Arches. Published Paris: Editions Eliane Norberg, 1951. Folio, 10 1/2" x 13 1/4" x 2 7/8" thick, 302pp., illustrated with full page engraved plates and fine textual engravings from copper - all with tissue guards, and two leather engravings in color by Robert Fonta. Full dark blue satin morocco over 1/4" thick boards with chamfered corners and leather inner hinges attached to thick, duplex flyleaves and gray leather pastedowns. Gilt block paneled titles on spine, top edges tinted blue with gilt embossed edge design stamped into the page block, front cover and verso decorated with unique, six-color leather inset engravings by Fonta, Signed on the half title by the Bazin: "Hommage amical / de l'auteur / Herve Bazin." Presentation copy to his publisher, with a four paragraph, typewritten A.L.S. by his wife Jacqueline, mounted on free endpaper, in which she writes about the color leather engravings and their signification to the situation of Arthur, the unstable protagonist of the novel..."Cuir chagrin noir, dont la couleur evoque le triste bilan d'une vie de desequilibre." A novel of youth rebellion and a man's fractured life caught up in the penal system. The novel is semi-autobiographical, based on the author's own experience in mental hospitals from 1937-1940, and was made into the film "Head Against the Wall" in 1959. Binding signed in the leather in gilt by Jacques Blanchet. Encased in a custom, matching leather and felted slipcase that echoes the curve of the book. A beautiful, exquisite production. Minor rub to a few areas of the spine, else fine - binding tight, text and plates clean and bright, in a very good slipcase with some wear at the corners and edges, Numbered, Limited Edition

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        Le Feu sur la terre. Pièce en 4 actes.

      - Paris; Grasset, 1951. First edition. [20,5x13,5 cm]. 190, (3, 3 blanks) pp. Printed wrappers. Edges uncut. A light folding mark on front cover. A lovely copy. "A similar and even stranger case of moral sickness is the subject of Le Feu sur la Terre (first performed 1950), which is generally regarded as Mauriac's best play. It features the fierce, rapacious affection of Laure for her brother Maurice; her passionately relentless drive is not founded on physical love but simply on the evil desire to be the unique possessor of another's soul. Not surprisingly, hatred flares up between Laure and Maurice's wife. Meanwhile, for good measure, the passion of avarice is personified in the father, Osmin, who has mastered the habit of forcing his whole family to economize because of imaginary impoverishment." (Norrish, New Tragedy and Comedy in France, 1945-1970, pp. 18). Inscribed by the author: ?Au docteur Carl David Moselius / en hommage de profonde gratitude et en souvenir des heures inoubliables que le dois à son beau pays / François Mauriac / Stockholm 14 dec 52? Moselius (1890-1968), art historian who published studies on e.g. Tessin and Louis Masreliez. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Einheit - Zeitschrift für Theorie und Praxis des Wissenschaftlichen Sozialismus. Konvolut von über 200 Heften aus den Jahren 1951 - bis bis 1986 - 43 Jahrgang. Vorhanden sind: 1951-18 Hefte - Unvollständiger Jahrgang??? // 1954 - 9 Jahrgang 1954 -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang // 1955 -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang //1956 -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang // 1958 -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang // 1959 -1 Hefte -es fehlt heft 9// 1960 - -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang // 1961 -11 Hefte - es fehlt heft 2 // 1962 -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang // 1963 -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang // 1964 -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang // 1965 -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang // 1966 -7 Hefte - Hefrt 1 bis 7 // 1967 -4 Hefte - Heft 8 bis 12 // 1968 -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang // 1969 -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang // 1970 -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang // 1971 -10 Hefte - Heft 11 fehlt // 1983 -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang // 1986 -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang // 1987 -12 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang //1988 -11 Hefte - Vollständiger Jahrgang // Redaktuere: Hans Schaul (1956-1972) // Manfred Banaschak (1972-1989). Beigaben. Div Jahresregister sowie Sonderhefte. Und div. Einzelhefte.

      Berlin, Dietz, 1951- 1988.. 32 x 24 cm. ca. 80 S. pro Heft. ISBN: Keine. Kartoniert / Soft cover. No jacket. Guter Zustand / Good condition. 1. Auflage.. * Versandfertig innerhalb von 20 Stunden! NK-Lager . (ZS).

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        The Grass Harp

      New York: Random House, 1951. First Edition First Printing . Hardcover. Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. This stated first printing is clean, tight, square with sharp corners and unmarked and unread in an equally fine dust jacket, that is sadly price clipped. It was found in its original shipping envelope and has not seen the light of day since it was shipped. It has 181, bright, clear pages bound in tan buckram covered boards with red & green titles on the spine.

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        Venus am Abendhimmel, : Talleyrand's letzte Liebe. R. G. Waldeck. Übers.: Maria Wolff, rororo Taschenbuch ; Ausg. 42

      Hamburg : Rowohlt, 1951 - 271 S. Gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Lustre in the sky, Seiten alters- und papierbedingt gebräunt K7707 Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 400 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      New York Farrar, Straus 1951 - Complete and in as issued condition, 8vo 306 pages. First edition, second impression. The literary value of the book is crap, but the binding by Tantalus of Cambridge is indeed a thing of wonder depicting an abstract landscape in gold folio, suede and leather. As an aside, the fellow who did this work was sued by the English Guild of Bookbinders in 1979 for some exceptionally silly reason. What's for certain, is that some collector certainly had more money that he knew what to do with, but he certainly did in style. This entire production number is housed in a dark blue cloth covered clamshell box with the title done simply in gilt on the spine. Box is lined with nice pastel marbled paper--natch, and is in fine condition--no fraying, splits or other (God forbid) blemishes. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mark Scott Sieling]
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        Kun den staerke er fri. 2 bind.

      . Oversat af Karina Windfeld-Hansen. 2. oplag Kbhvn. 1951. 1019 s. Indbundet ubeskaret med de orig. omslag i smukt lavfalset milimeterbind af skind med skjulte hjörner og titel trykt i guld. Bindet signeret Anker Kysters Eftf. 1957 [Bent Andree]..

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        Stanzas in Love with Life and August. Unique presentation copy, personally illustrated with three pen drawings (original drawing) and two calligraphic poems - all executed by Fernando Zobel de Ayala y Montojo.

      [Cambridge, Mass.], Department of Printing and Graphic Arts at Harvard University, 1951.. 8°. 24 unnumbered pages. Beautiful green Maroquin in slipcase. Original wrappers included. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Inscribed and signed by the artist Fernando Zobel de Ayala in 1965.. Calligraphic Impressum by Fernando Zobel: "This presentation copy for the author was illustrated by Fernando Zobel with pen drawings and was bound by Franz Recht in Madrid, May 1965". Fernando Zobel de Ayala y Montojo (August 27, 1924 - June 2, 1984), also known as Fernando M. Zobel, was a Spanish Filipino painter, businessman, art collector and museum founder. Zobel was born in Ermita, Manila in the Philippines to Enrique Zobel de Ayala (1877-1943) and Fermina Montojo y Torrontegui and was a member of the prominent Zobel de Ayala family. He was a brother of Jacobo Zobel (father of Enrique J. Zobel), Alfonso (father of Jaime Zobel de Ayala) and Mercedes Zobel McMicking, all children of his father from his first wife, Consuelo Roxas de Ayala (who died in September 25, 1907 at the age of 30). He was a nephew and namesake of Fernando Antonio Zobel de Ayala, the eldest brother of his father. His father was a patron of Fernando Amorsolo. In gratitude, Amorsolo would teach the young Fernando on the rudiments of art. Zobel took up medical studies at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila. In 1942, he had spinal deficiency that forced him to become bedridden that year. To pass the time, he took up sketching. He studied at the University of Santo Tomas and then left for Harvard University in 1946 to take up degrees in history and literature. He graduated in three years and wrote a thesis on the Federico Garcia Lorca play "The Love of Don Perlimplin and Belisa in the Garden." Zobel started painting without formal training while in Harvard. In the fall of 1946 he met Jim Pfeufer and his wife Reed Champion Pfeufer. Reed was a painter who was loosely connected with the Boston School, and she became a mentor to the young artist. Zobel graduated in 1949 as magna cum laude. After finishing his bachelor's degree he briefly returned to Harvard to study law, and then worked as a curator at the Houghton Library. Zobel's paintings from this era were representational, and often had an aspect of caricature. Zobel returned to the Philippines and became friends with contemporary Filipino modernist artists. As such, he collected modernist works and set up exhibits for them to be shown and noticed since modernist art was largely unappreciated. His first one man exhibition was held at the Philippine Art Gallery in 1953. In 1954, he left Manila for six months, had a show at the Swetzoff Gallery in Boston and enrolled at the Rhode Island School of Design where he saw an exhibition by Mark Rothko. Rothko's paintings made an impression on Zobel that increased his interest in painting abstractly. When he returned to Manila, Zobel started in having interest in Chinese and Japanese art and took up calligraphy classes until 1960. During this time, he joined the faculty of the Ateneo de Manila University and later was given an honorary doctorate and was made honorary director of the Ateneo Art Gallery for his contribution in education and as patron of the arts. To make a name for himself as a full-time painter, he later resigned from his position in the Ayala Corporation and moved to Spain. Zobel is best known for his first artwork series called the Saetas. Named after the liturgical song sung in Holy Week in Spain, they were developed for the most part in the Philippines. Zobel faced the technical problem of how to achieve the lines that his theme required, lines that were, in his own words, "long, fine, and controlled." The artist's use of a surgical syringe to eject fine lines of paint was a hallmark of this series. After the Saetas, Zobel began a series called Serie Negra or Series in Black influenced by Chinese Calligraphy. The Serie Negra was started in 1959 in Madrid and continued for four years. He founded the Museo de Arte Abstracto Espanol at Casa Colgadas in the town of Cuenca, Spain in 1963. The museum was expanded in 1978, and in 1980 Zobel donated its collection to the Fundacion Juan March, which then incorporated it into its own collection. Zobel was a mentor and collector who aided the careers of Spanish modernist painters including Antonio Lorenzo, Eusebio Sempere, Martin Chirino Lopez, Antonio Saura and many others. In the late 60s and early 70s, Zobel was working on a series of paintings called Dialogos that were his abstracted variations on paintings he admired in museums. He also made a series of paintings inspired by Cuenca's River Jucar. After suffering a stroke that left him slightly impaired, he created a series called "Las Orillas" that elaborated on the theme of rivers. In 1983, King Juan Carlos of Spain bestowed upon Zobel the Medalla de Oro al Merito en las Bellas Artes. Zobel died of a heart attack in Rome, Italy on June 2, 1984. In 2003, a retrospective traveling exhibit in honor of Zobel were held in Cuenca and Seville. On May 21, 2006, he was posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Merit by the Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo for his contributions in the arts. On May 24, 2008, Zobel's work titled Noche Clara was sold at Christie's in Hong Kong was sold for PHP 6,000,000, making it the most expensive Philippine artwork. (Wikipedia)

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        The Art and Technique of Color Photography. A Treasury of Color Photographs by the Staff Photographers of Vogue, House & Garden, Glamour and others. Introduction by Aline B. Louchheim.

      . New York: Simon and Schuster 1951. Richly illustr. in black/white and colour. 4to. XIV + 225 pp. Publisher's halfcloth. * With photographs by Balkin, Beaton, Blumnefeld, Cassidy, Coffin, and many others..

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        Requiem for a Nun

      New York: Random House,, [1951]. Octavo. Original green and black cloth lettered in gilt. With the dust jacket. Spine of dust jacket only lightly sunned. An excellent copy. First edition, first printing. A sequel to Sanctuary (1931) and written as a play with prose parts preceding each act. The striking dust jacket design is by E. McKnight Kauffer.

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        Portfolio: The Annual of the Graphic Arts. Vol. I, no. 3

      Cincinnati, Ohio: Zebra Press, 1951 - Vol. 3, the last published, includes features on Ben Shahn, Stereoscopy (w/ 3D glasses), Henri Cartier-Bresson, and calligraphy and French marbled paper (w/ tipped-in examples of each) Folio. Lavishly illustrated in color and black and white, with various paper stocks and inserts, 3-D glasses included. Some loss to french fold dust jacket at spine. Internally fine. Heller, MERZ TO EMIGRE, pp. 134-9 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Introduzione allo studio dell'entomologia.

      Edizioni Agricole,, Bologna, 1951 - Due volumi di cm. 28,5, pp. xxiii (1) 950; xvi (2) 1332. Con molte centinaia di illustrazioni nel testo. Solida ed elegante legatura editoriale in piena tela con titoli in oro impressi a piatti e dorsi. Minime fioriture, esemplare genuino ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Opera di assoluto riferimento in materia. Così suddivisa: volume I, "Organizzazione - Sviluppo - Vita Apterigoti ed Esopterigoti"; volume II, "Endopterigoti". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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 ... (Truncated)

      Macdonald, London 1951-1969, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, 1st EditionFull Book Title: 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 waA first edition set of Williamson's celebrated semi-autobiographical sequence of fifteen novels which explore the fortunes of one family during the first half of the twentieth century. Original publisher?s cloth. Several top edges lightly spotted and dust marked, with just a hint of partial browning to the endpapers of two volumes. Former owner gift inscription neatly inked to the front endpaper of one volume, and former owner details inked to the front pastedown of another. A lovely crisp set in the original James Broom-Lynne-designed dust wrappers, two of which are price clipped, and several of which exhibit a few nicks, chips and tears although there is no significant loss to any. A very nice example of an increasingly scarce set - a Burgess Ninety-Nine.

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        Alice in Wonderland. A Punchout Book.

      Racine, Wisconsin: Whitman Publishing Co., 1951 - Folio. Original illustrated printed wraps. Mild wear to extremities, an excellent copy. First edition, first printing. An obscure Disney title which features 8 pages of colour punch outs featuring scenes from the Disney animated film.

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        Principles and Problems of Theory Construction in Psychology

      Stapled Paper - which circulated between Feigls colleagues and fellow philosophers. This paper attached with a note from Georg (Berry) to Henry (Aiken): "This is the Feigl paper I mentioned. Since this is my only copy, could i have it back eventually - no hurry. George" - Handwritten information: "Published in Current Trends in Psychological Theory - University of Pittsburgh Press, 1951. From the library of Henry David Aiken.. [1951]. 4°. 21 pages. Stapled Paper - which circulated between Feigls colleagues and fellow philosophers. This paper attached with a note from Georg (Berry) to Henry (Aiken): "This is the Feigl paper I mentioned. Since this is my only copy, could i have it back eventually - no hurry. George" - Handwritten information: "Published in Current Trends in Psychological Theory - University of Pittsburgh Press, 1951. From the library of Henry David Aiken. Herbert Feigl (December 14, 1902 ?- June 1, 1988) was an Austrian philosopher and a member of the Vienna Circle. The son of a weaver, Feigl was born in Reichenberg (Liberec), Bohemia, and matriculated at the University of Vienna in 1922. He studied physics and philosophy under Moritz Schlick, the founder of the Vienna Circle, and received his doctorate in 1927 for the essay "Chance and Law: An Epistemological Analysis of the Roles of Probability and Induction in the Natural Sciences." He published his first book, Theory and Experience in Physics, in 1929. He became an active member in the Vienna Circle during this time: he was one of the few Circle members (along with Schlick and Friedrich Waismann) to have extensive conversations with Ludwig Wittgenstein and Karl Popper. In 1930, on an International Rockefeller Scholarship at Harvard University, Feigl met the physicist Percy Williams Bridgman, the philosopher Willard Van Orman Quine, and the psychologist Stanley Smith Stevens, all of whom he saw as kindred spirits. In a 1931 paper with Albert Blumberg, "Logical Positivism: A New European Movement," he argued for logical positivism to be re-named "logical empiricism" based upon certain realist differences between contemporary philosophy of science and the older positivist movement. In 1931, Feigl married Maria Kaspar and emigrated with her to the United States, settling in Iowa to take up a position in the philosophy department at the University of Iowa. His son, Eric Otto, was born in 1933. In 1940, he accepted a position as professor of philosophy at the University of Minnesota, where he remained for 31 years. His close professional and personal relationship with Wilfrid Sellars produced many different collaborative projects, including the textbook Readings in Philosophical Analysis and the journal Philosophical Studies, which he and Sellars founded in 1949. In 1953, with a grant from the Hill Foundation, he established the Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science. He was appointed Regents Professor of the University of Minnesota in 1967. He believed that empiricism is the only adequate philosophy for experimental science. Though he became a philosopher instead of a chemist, he never lost the perspective, and the scientific commonsense, of a practical scientist. He was, in the paradigmatic sense, a philosopher of science. Feigl retired in 1971 and died of cancer on June 1, 1988 in Minneapolis. (Wikipedia)

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        Donna al telaio

      1951 1951 - Litografia a colori (due bruni, ocra e verde), mm.485x346. Timbro a secco dell'Editore Guilde Internationale de la Gravure. Es. 199/200, firmato in basso a sinistra 'Campigli'.

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        The Day Of The Triffids

      Michael Joseph London 1951 - This is a superb fine binding first edition. Leather spine, wraparound and corner pieces in dark green, with a matching green buckram. The rebind is heirloom quality. Cream end papers. Five raised spine bands. Gilt titling. A beautiful craftsman made example of book binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mythologie de crève-coeur

      Imp. Almadinah 1951 - - Imp. Almadinah, Port-Louis 1951, 15x21cm, broché. - Édition originale imprimée à 100 exemplaires. Envoi de l'auteur à Robert Kanters. Une trace de pliure transversale sur le premier plat s'amenuisant au fil des pages suivantes, sinon agréable exemplaire. Rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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      New York: Doubleday & Company. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1951. 1st Edition; 1st Printing. Hardcover. This book is in Very Good+ to Very Good++ condition and has a Very Good+ dust jacket. The book and its contents are in clean, bright condition. There is one small rubbed and bumped spot to the bottom spine end of the book cover. The text pages are clean and bright. There is some toning to the front endpapers and the top edge of the text block has foxing and toning. The dust jacket has some edge wear, nicking and rubbing, especially to the spine joints. There is some light sunning / fading to the spine of the dust jacket. and there is one smallish semi-closed edge tear to the bottom rear edge. The rear cover of the dust jacket has a couple of small spots of foxing as well. The dust jacket features the likeness of William Boyd who portrayed Hopalong Cassidy on both the big and little screens (along with radio). This book, along with three others were written by Louis L'Amour under the pseudonym Tex Burns -- while L'Amour refused to acknowledge authorship of this group of books, he couldn't get away from the fans who saw through the pseudonym to the quality writing that drove the books. These pseudonymous books were the first four hardback novels published by L'Amour. .

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        Florentine Codex: General History of the Things of New Spain

      Santa Fe: The School of American Research and The University of Utah. 1951-1963. First. Limited edition, this is one of a thousand copies. Quartos. Incomplete set containing nine books of 10 volumes. Lacking volumes one, six and thirteen. Salmon cloth, brown stamped letters on front boards and spines. Light dampstain on front boards of volumes two and three, page fine edges lightly foxed, else still very good. Volumes present are: Book 2: The Ceremonies, Book 3: The Origins of the Gods, Books 4 and 5: The Soothsayers and The Omens, Book 7: The Sun, Moon, and Stars, and the Binding of the Years, Book 8: Kings and Lords, Book 9: The Merchants, Book 10: The People, Book 11: Earthly Things, and Book 12: The Conquest of Mexico. Foreword laid in volumes four and five. "Monographs of The School of American Research: Number 14, Parts 3-6, 8-13." .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Ginger Pye.

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1951 - Octavo. Original yellow and blue cloth boards. With the dust jacket. Light wear to ends of spine in the dust jacket with mild toning to rear panel and spine, gentle wear to flap folds, shallow chipping to ends of spine. A very attractive copy. Black and white illustrations throughout by the author. First edition, first printing. The 1952 Newbery Medal winner for excellence in American children's literature. A heart warming story of two children and the puppy they love.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        The Exploration of Space

      New York: Harper and Brothers. (1951). First. First American edition. An about very good copy lacking the dustwrapper. Inscribed by Arthur C. Clarke to his protege, one-time secretary, and longtime friend Ian Macauley, who was the dedicatee of his first hardcover novel (Islands in the Sky): "To Ian, wishing you the very best of luck. Arthur C. Clarke, Atlanta, 10 June '52." Macauley was an award-winning New York Times journalist, who also edited Clarke's book of collected essays, Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds! (2000). Clarke wrote the last chapter of Childhood's End while visiting Macauley in Atlanta in 1952, where he was reportedly greatly influenced by their discussions. A splendid association copy of this non-fiction work. .

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      Sidgwick and Jackson Limited [1951], London - Octavo, boards. Signed by Clarke on the front free endpaper. The author's second SF book. Some foxing to top edge, endpapers and prelims, a very good to nearly fine copy in a bright nearly fine dust jacket with some mild shelf wear to corners and spine ends, with a little dust soiling to rear panel. (13924) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB]
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        Le Taro Sacerdotal

      Paris: Henri Durville fils, [1951]. All cards uniformly near fine, laid in very good wrappers, and housed in near fine stamped chemise, with splitting at the gutters.. First edition. Octavo sheets loose in boards and wrapper. Comprised of 22 large lithograph cards, many hand colored. Esoteric and alchemical artwork weaves the comical and the sinister in this beautiful deck of tarot majors. Each card (excepting an inky and silent La Morte) is beautifully hand lettered in French with mordant captions reminiscent of Edward Gorey. Final card for Le Monde reads "Si tu as compris, tu n'as pas / besoin de mes explications; / si tu n'as pas compris, tu / ne comprendras jamais." Translated: "If you have understood, you do not need my explanations; if you have not understood, you will never understand." OCLC locates only two copies.

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        L'homme revolte.

      Paris, Gallimard, 1951.. In-12, cartonnage editeur polychrome d'apres la maquette de Mario Prassinos, 382 p., (1) f. d'acheve d'imprimer. Edition originale de premier tirage, acheve d'imprimer du 18 octobre 1951. (Huret, 'Cartonnages NRF', n°100). Un des 1550 exemplaires sur Alfama des papeteries du marais (n°1666), relies d'apres la maquette de Mario Prassinos. Dos legerement jauni. Tres bon exemplaire, tres frais, sans rousseurs..

      [Bookseller: Librairie Hatchuel]
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        The Catcher in the Rye

      Little, Brown and Company, Boston 1951 - First Edition, First Printing with "FIRST EDITION" printed on the copyright page. Later editions do not state "First Edition" on the copyright page. A beautiful First Issue dustjacket with minor wear near the top spine and minor discoloration to the flaps. The book is in wonderful shape. The binding is tight with the gold lettering on the spine present. There is NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A sharp copy with the original dustjacket. Includes a custom clamshell slipcase for presentation. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Quintessential Rare Books, LLC]
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        Floral Still Life

      1951. Oil on board, Signed and dated. 14 x 11 inches.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Hessisches Jahrbuch für Landesgeschichte. Herausgegeben von der Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Historischen Kommissionen in Darmstadt, Frankfurt, Marburg und Wiesbaden. - Bände 1 - 62 (1951-2012), samt 3 Beiheften.

      Marburg: Selbstverlag der Herausgeber 1951-2012.. Insgesamt 65 Bände. (62 Jahrbücher sowie 3 Beihefte zu Band 1-10: Verzeichnis der Aufsätze und Besprechungen; Inhaltsverzeichnis der Bände 1-20 [und] Beiheft zu Band 41/1991). Mit zahlreichen photographischen Abbildungen im Text und auf Tafeln sowie Karten und Plänen. Gr. 8° (22,5 -25 cm). 48 Orig.-Broschuren. [Softcover / Paperback]. 17 Orig.-Pappbände. [Hardcover / fest gebunden].. "Im Zusammenwirken mit der Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Historischen Kommissionen in Darmstadt, Frankfurt, Marburg und Wiesbaden gibt das Landesamt seit 1963 das 1951 gegründete "Hessische Jahrbuch für Landesgeschichte" heraus. Die Zeitschrift enthält wissenschaftliche Beiträge zur hessischen und zur vergleichenden Landesgeschichte, Rezensionen mit Hinweisen auf Fachveröffentlichungen sowie die jährlichen Tätigkeitsberichte der Historischen Kommission für Hessen, der Hessischen Historischen Kommission Darmstadt, der Historischen Kommission für Nassau und des Landesamtes. Die Schriftleitung, an der seit 1996 Prof. Dr. Winfried Speitkamp beteiligt ist, liegt zusammen mit den redaktionellen und organisatorischen Aufgaben beim Landesamt." (Quelle: - Einbände der Broschuren teils etwas gebräunt und mit kleineren Lesefalten in den Rücken. Wenige Bände mit einigen Anstreichungen und Anmerkungen in Bleistift, teils auch in Buntstiften und Kugelschreiber. - Insgesamt sauberes und gutes Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Kretzer - www.bibliotheca-th]
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        Boris Petrovsky's Photo Album] Dr. Borisz Petrovszkij professzor elvtársnak szeretettel a Dolgozók Világlapja szerkeszt?sége. [To Professor Comrade Boris Petrovsky From the Editorial Staff of the "Dolgozók Világlapja" (World-Magazine of the Workers).]

      February 5, 1951, Budapest - A unique album with 30 black and white original photographs on 18 album card leaves, separated with tracing paper. In red leatherette binding. This photo album was supposedly given as a farewell gift to Boris Vasilyevich Petrovsky (1908-2004) the Soviet surgeon, who worked in Hungary between 1949-1951. He made several contributions in many fields of surgery and was the minister of health in the Soviet Union for fifteen years (1965-1980). The majority of the photographs were taken during a surgery, the others are showing Petrovsky examining his patients. A unique album with 30 black and white original photographs on 18 album card leaves, separated with tracing paper

      [Bookseller: Földvári Books]
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        Green Is the Grass

      Bombay and Calcutta: Asia Publishing House. 1951. First. First edition. Fine in very near fine, price-clipped dustwrapper. Nicely Inscribed by the author at a later date: "To Stanley who guards my most guilty secret(s) from Dom, some years after 24-9-64." Poet's very scarce first book, about cricket, written when he was thirteen, seldom found signed. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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      Gnome Press 1951-53, New York - Octavo, cloth and boards. All first bindings (Currey "A" bindings). Foundation is near fine, some dustiness to top edge, in a very good to very good plus dust jacket, slight wear with slight loss to corners, light rubbing to edges and spine folds, loss to lower spine edge up to 1/4" deep, two very shallow chips to upper spine at each corner. Front panel is quite bright and attractive. Foundation and Empire is near fine, some dustiness to top edge, some of the usual rubbing to bottom board edges, dust jacket is very good plus to near fine, mild age darkening to spine panel, some light rubbing to front foldover, a bit to spine ends, neatly repaired tear to upper front panel which has been internally tape re-enforced, light soiling to rear panel. Second Foundation is about near fine, rubbing to lower edge and some to upper board edge. Dust jacket is very good plus, some light age toning to spine panel, light edge wear to spine ends with two tiny closed tear to base, light edge wear to corners, two closed tears to rear panel (upper and lower), some dust soiling to rear panel. Some foxing to flaps and interior of dust jacket. Still a very decent collectible set. (8184) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB]
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      William Heinemann Ltd. London.,1951. FIRST EDITION. 3 VOLUMES. 8vo. (8.1 x 5.7 inches). Fine set in recent leather bindings of full red morocco, spines with five raised bands, the compartments ruled, lettered and decorated in gilt. Top edges gilt. A finely bound clean, bright, clean set of this important collection. Surprisingly uncommon in this 1951 first printing.:

      [Bookseller: Paul Foster Books]
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        Menu from a Dinner in Honour of The Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill on his Admission to the Honorary Freedom of the City of Sheffield, 16th April 1951, signed by both Winston and Clementine Churchill

      Sheffield, 1951. Near fine. This item comes from the personal collection of Churchill?'s bibliographer, Ronald I. Cohen. This is an original menu card signed by Winston Churchill and his wife, Clementine, from a 16 April 1951 dinner in Sheffield honouring Winston Churchill on his admission to the Honorary Freedom of the City of Sheffield. Having done so much to win the war, Churchill faced frustration of his postwar plans when his wartime government fell to Labour in the General Election of July 1945. Churchill would remain Leader of the Opposition until the British General Election of October 1951, when the Conservatives won 321 seats to Labour?'s 295, returning Churchill to Downing Street at the age of 77. He would remain Prime Minister until April 1955. Mid-April 1951 found Churchill hard at work on completion of the final volumes of his war memoirs and arguing with Clementine over the presence of Churchill?'s proof-reader, C. C. Wood, in a small studio room at their Hyde Park Gate home which Clementine wanted to reclaim. In the House of Commons, deliberations and political theatre were underway concerning the seventh budget introduced since Labour had come to power. Churchill spoke in the House of Commons on the budget and economy on 10 April and was preparing to speak in the House on defence on 19 April. On the 11th of April, Churchill had sent President Truman a telegram about the President?'s dismissal of General MacArthur: ?"...your action in asserting the authority of the civil power over military commanders, however able or distinguished, will receive universal approval in England.?" Only half a year thereafter, Churchill would return to the premiership. He would, however, lose the battle for the continued presence of Mr. Wood, who eventually agreed to work from home rather than at Hyde Park Gate, despite Churchill?'s emphatic protestations to Clementine (?"I will not have him turned out now... We are at the crisis of the book - I use him on the book every hour of the day.?"). Apparently the Wood issue was not enough to disturb marital comity. On Monday, 16th April, 1951 Winston and Clementine attended a dinner at Town Hall in Sheffield in honour of Churchill being admitted to the Honorary Freedom of the City. Here is an original menu from that dinner, signed on the blank verso by both Winston and Clementine Churchill. The menu measures 8 x 4.5 inches, and is printed in gilt and black on cream card stock with the gilt embossed arms of Sheffield. Condition is near-fine. The card is complete with no creases or tears. We note trivial wear at the corners and very light overall soiling. Both signatures, inked in blue, remain bright and clear, Clementine?'s larger and just above that of Winston. The menu is protected within an archival mylar sleeve.

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      Arkham House, Sauk City 1951 - Octavo, jacket art by Frank Utpatel, cloth. 563 copies printed. Poetry. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket with a touch of rubbing to the front panel and a touch of age toning to spine lettering. Wandrei library label laid in. (15589) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr, Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB]
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        Selected Specimens of the Chinese Bronze Collection in the Hakkaku Art Museum; Hakkuku Kikkin Senshu

      Kobe, Japan: Hakkaku Art Museum, 1951. Presumed first and only printing. Published 1951. This book has primary text in Japanese and secondary text in English. Dark blue buckram spine, with crisp gilt-stamped lettering, and mushroom-colored boards with crisp blind-stamped image to rear board depicting a family crest of three oak leaves. Unbumped spine head and tail, with sharp corners. Immensely clean binding. 10.25 x 7.25 inches. With 17 numbered pages of text plus full-page plates of 55 objects in the collection (of 60 objects perhaps discussed in the volume), including four tipped-in color plates and the remainder B&W plates (item 18 has two full-page plates). A page of detailed commentary, in Japanese and in English, appears opposite each plate. An exceptionally clean copy, and very tight. Either unread or very gently read. With the original, plain-paper dust jacket, with black titling to the spine. The DJ is substantially chipped along the top and bottom edges. DJ now encased in a clear Mylar DJ protector. A Near Fine copy in a Good DJ. Extremely scarce in any condition. The Hakkaku Art Museum in Kobe, Japan contains a significant collection of old Chinese art, including archaic Chinese bronzes. The original collection was that of Jihei Kano, the museum's founder. He became expert in the art of the Nara period in Japan and, consequently, in the relics of the Sui and T'ang Dynasties of China. Mr. Kano began collecting early in the 20th century when a great number of the ancient tombs of the T'ang Dynasty were excavated at Lo-Lang (also known as Lo-Yang) in present-day North Korea. During that ancient dynasty Lo-Lang was under Chinese control. Many of the gold, silver and bronze objects first collected by Mr. Kano were documented in the 1930 publication, Hakkaku-Cho. He subsequently acquired relics from Yin Dynasty tombs. In 1935, to preserve his treasures, he established the Hakkaku Art Museum. To commemorate the opening of the museum, he published Hakkaku Kikkinshu (Hakkaku Collection for Bronzes). In the years after opening the museum Mr. Kano added relics from the Yin and Chou Dynasties as well as from the Period of the Warring States. To commemorate his 90th birthday in 1951 he selected 60 objects from his collection and published them in the present volume. The objects illustrated mainly are old bronzes of the Yin Dynasty and applied art objects of the T'ang Dynasty. The Hakkaku Art Museum also contains a welath of objects from the period of the Warring States, the middle of the Chou Dynasty, and the Han and Six Dynasties.. First Edition. Buckram. Near Fine/Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Marilyn Monroe : Home Town Story (1951) Original Photograph

      Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1951, Paperback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionThe photograph is in a very good condition, slighty dulled and faded as with age. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved overall. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 1 pages; Original publicity photograph from 'Home Town Story' (1951), an American drama film directed by Arthur Pierson and starring Jeffrey Lynn, Donald Crisp, and Alan Hale, Jr.. The film features Marilyn Monroe in a small, early role. The film was backed by General Motors to promote their perceived virtues of big business. 25 x 20cm. Subjects: Marilyn Monroe -- Movie memorabilia -- Early photographs -- Actors and actresses -- United States -- Hollywood -- Film and cinema.

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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.; 1433.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Himmel]
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