The viaLibri website requires cookies to work properly. You can find more information in our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Displayed below are some selected recent viaLibri matches for books published in 1952

        Parigi 1615. Lettera sulla stranezza della moda e dei costumi parigini. Illustrata da litografie originali di Fabrizio Clerici e tradotta in francese da Jacques Audiberti.

      Roma 1952 - pp. 54, a ff. sciolti su velin Zerkall a bordi intonsi, con num. e grandi litogr. in b/n, Rara e ricercata ediz. di 100 esempl. numer. e firm. dal celebre artista surrealista ed impressa al torchio di P. Fornasetti a Milano. Manca allo Jentsch. bross. alla francese con bella copert. in litogr. orig. a col., frontesp. a due col., testo italiano e francese.

      [Bookseller: Studio bibliografico LE MUSE]
 1.   Check availability:     IberLibro     Link/Print  


      A Paris, Chez Pierre Bricage 1952 - Lithographies de Théo Van Elsen. Couverture, frontispice, 8 titres, 11 hors texte, 16 dans le texte et 1 dessin original en couleurs dédicacé. (Complet & Contrôlé) Édition tirée à 60 exemplaires et quelques exemplaires nominatifs. Celui-ci n°52 est enrichi d'un dessin original en couleurs avec envoi dédicacé de l'artiste sur la page de garde. A Paris, Chez Pierre Bricage 1952. Pages volantes sous couverture rempliée illustrée. Chemise avec titre au dos et étui toilés. Très bon état. Format in-4°(34x27). Edition illustrée Dédicacé par l'illustrateur

      [Bookseller: EURL Livres et Collections]
 2.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


      1952 - HOOVER, Herbert. THE MEMOIRS OF HERBERT HOOVER: THE CABINET AND THE PRESIDENCY 1920-1933. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1952. First edition. Warmly inscribed by Hoover to former Massachusetts Governor Christian Herter on front flyleaf. xii + [2] + 405 pp. 8vo., blue cloth stamped in gilt. Minor shelfwear to heel and crown, else fine; in a worn dust jacket with light soil and nicks and small closed tears at edges, front flap price-clipped, some tape reinforcement to reverse. Very good overall, with a nice association.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company, inc.o ABAA]
 3.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


      New York, Harcourt, Brace and Co. 1952. - 252pp. 8vo. Original cloth in price-clipped dustwrapper, short tear to upper panel, minor wear to extremities. An otherwise very good copy. . First US edition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Grant's Bookshop]
 4.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        Elogios al Santíssimo Sacramento, a la Cruz Santíssima, y a la Purissima Virgen María Señora Nuestra. Al Serenissimo Señor Infante, y Cardenal de España, por. / Edición presentada (y dirigida) por Antonio Perez Gomez

      - EDICION LIMITADA Y NUMERADA.- Valencia: La Fonte que Mana y Corre, (Talleres de Tipografía Moderna), 1952.- [2 h.] + 8 h., 60 folios de la reedición + [1 h.]: Portada facsímil de la original; 4º (24,6 cm.); Excelente impresión sobre papel de hilo verjurado; Magnífica encuadernación en Plena Piel Chagrén verde intenso, rueda dorada en tapas, lomo dorado y con 5 nervios, cabeza pintada, consrva las cubiertas originales.- (La Fonte que Mana y Corre).- Es una reedición de la que fué impresa en "Madrid, En la Imprenta del Reyno, Año de 1630". Ha sido compuesta a mano en los Talleres de la Tipografía Moderna con caracteres Bodoni, especialmente hecha para bibliófilos, bajo el cuidado de María Amparo y Vicente Soler. Ha sido dirigida por Antonio Pérez Gómez. Edición limitada de 209 ejemplares sobre papel de hilo ahuesado, verjurado, SIENDO ESTE EL Nº 58, además otros seis marcados de I al VI, y diez sobre papel Royal Annam, marcados de A a J.- RARISIMA EDICION DE BIBLIOFILO, MAGISTRALMENTE ENCUADERNADA Y EN IMPECABLE ESTADO. Libro en español [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB]
 5.   Check availability:     IberLibro     Link/Print  

        EAST OF EDEN

      Heinemann London 1952 - 1st British Edition. First state of the true first regular edition, with the incorrect version of "bite" instead of "bight" on line 23, page 244. This copy of the book is in frankly brilliant condition because the talented and sensitive book binder, Andrew Sims, has taken what was always regarded as a cheap and disappointing piece of book production and given it a fabulous Fine Binding. It is in full red leather, with gilt titling, five raised bands, and stunning hand marbled endpapers. The text block has been gilded on all three edges. This transforms the original tatty book into a resplendent heirloom standard volume, as befits this wonderful novel. "The subject is the only one man has ever used as his theme - the existence, the balance, the battle, and the victory in the permanent war between wisdom and ignorance, light and darkness - good and evil." (John Steinbeck). This novel was made into the fine Elia Kazan movie, which established its young star, James Dean, as a brilliant and hugely iconic actor. Utterly collectable. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: THE BOOKSNIFFER]
 6.   Check availability:     IberLibro     Link/Print  

        From Major Jordan's Diaries *Signed and Inscribed By Author to Radio Personality Mary Margaret McBride*

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. Hardcover. 284 pages. Index. Photo illustrated endpapers. Black and white photographic plates. "This startling story, never revealed in its entiretly before, is told with full documentation by Major Jordan, who served as liaison officer with the Russians at Great Falls, Montana - the staging base for Russian Lend-Lease supplies... Documents the two known shipments of uranium; explains how engraving plates from the U.S. Treasury were made available to Russia with the help of Harry Dexter White... This book could well be titled 'How We Helped Russia and How the Russians Helped Themselves'." - from dust jacket. Unmarked book bears moderate wear and sound binding. Average wear to dust jacket which is now preserved in a glossy new archival-grade Brodart cover. Quality copy of this important record. . Good. 1952. First Edition.

 7.   Check availability:     IOBABooks     Link/Print  

        Small archive of correspondence

      First. Three Typed Letters Signed, and one Autograph Letter Signed, all from James T. Farrell to Eleanor Anderson, the widow of author Sherwood Anderson, dated between 1952 and 1954. The holograph letter is on cheap paper and is quite browned and has a few small chips, the others are fine. Friendly letters, on a variety of subjects including Sherwood Anderson, a UAW convention, Farrell's essays and other incidentals. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
 8.   Check availability:     IOBABooks     Link/Print  

        Sonatina in G Major. For Anne Field

      No place, Christmas, , 1952. Folio. Pp 6. White wove paper lined in six double staves, with plain front wrapper titled in ink by Burgess. Wire stitched. Housed in a blue cloth ribbon tied chemise by The Chelsea Bindery titles to front gilt. Worn at fold with old repair newly conserved. Some signs of damp in a small area slightly effecting three of four notes. Some further edge wear. Holograph music manuscript comprising the complete Sonatina written by Burgess as a Christmas gift to his first wife. Titled and annotated by him and signed at the end with the rare complete form of his signature John Burgess Wilson. Burgess famously wanted more than anything to be considered a composer and the present score comes some 6 years before his first published work of fiction. He wrote two books on music including his "Musical Autobiography" This Man And Music in which he boasts of his greatest work the "unplayable" Guitar concerto. Manuscript versions of his compositions are very scarce indeed - only one has appeared at auction in the past 35 years. We cannot imagine a more personally motivated example as this.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
 9.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  

        Typescript]: First Draft of Final Version of Camino Real [with Revisions]

      1952 - Carbon typescript. Quarto. 140pp. Sheets bradbound in the blue "Liebling-Wood" folder of Williams's agent, Audrey Wood. The light blue wrappers moderately worn with tears at the extremities, very good plus. A drama that was expanded from Williams's one-act play, *Ten Blocks on the Camino Real*, after Elia Kazan showed interest in the original story. It debuted on March 15, 1953, and was the first of Williams's plays to feature fantasy elements with a story that follows various literary characters, such as Don Quixote and Casanova, trying to escape an isolated and unidentified Spanish town. This copy, which is divided into 14 blocks instead of the 16 of the final published version, includes a note at the bottom of the first page that reads: "This draft to be kept 'under cover' - only for Audrey Wood, Kazan, and possible producer. T.W."This first draft of the final version but with 23 pages of inserts and revisions scattered throughout the play, most notable are four pages affecting character interaction in the final scene, but retaining the original final draft ending. This version was produced around the time of a November 17, 1952 letter from Kazan to Williams outlining his thoughts on the play. It still includes are the characters Mr. Big and Miss Small but none of the additional lines for the Kilroy character, as suggested by Kazan and played by Eli Wallach, or Esmeralda's prayer in the final scene that sums up the play's message and showcases Williams at his most poetic.Unfortunately, none of these changes worked because the play received some of the worst reviews of Williams's career. One of the harshest comments came from *New York Herald Tribune* theater critic Walter Kerr who said "Williams is our greatest playwright and this is his worst play." Needless to say, the play did not do well, running for only eight weeks and 60 performances. A revival was produced in 1970 by director Jules Irving with Al Pacino, Jessica Tandy, and Susan Tyrrell with similar results. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
 10.   Check availability:     IberLibro     Link/Print  

        The Illustrated Man

      Rupert Hart-Davis, London 1952 - Red hardback with silver print on spine. Minor bumping to edges of spine and top outside corner of front board. PO's library stamp on ffep (in blue ink). Half-title page has author signature with personalized inscription: "For Charlotte Tufts! Best From Ray Bradbury" (This book was purchased from the estate of Mrs. Tufts who I knew personally). Pages are tight; clean/unmarked. 192 pages. DJ is a light blue with black and white illustration. Title of book is at top of front DJ and is in white and black with author's name in black at bottom of front DJ. Small pieces missing from top and bottom ends of spine. Fading/browning to spine. Bumping along top edges of DJ. Jackst design by John Minton. DJ not price clipped (IIs. 6d. net). Though not stated, this appears to be a First UK Edition. Very Good/Fair grading is probably lower than actual condition, but I try to be conservative on a book of this price. Pictures available on request. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Village Books]
 11.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        Three Bear Witness

      Secker and Warburg 1952 - A mint copy of the variant yellow cloth with red lettering ,in a mint wrapper ,a wonderful copy [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dick Neal Fine Books]
 12.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  



      [Bookseller: JOHN LUTSCHAK BOOKS]
 13.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        Manuscript archive for his final novel, TIME AND TIME AGAIN

      [Long Beach, Ca, ca. 1952-3] - Hilton's last novel, TIME AND TIME AGAIN, was published in the UK and the US in 1953, the year prior to his premature death while resident in California. The archive includes the following: a) a lot of working typescript drafts on various stocks, very heavily revised and corrected throughout in ink, totaling some five hundred or more leaves, quarto, paginated variously in different sequences, with scores of lettered and numbered inserts, representing preliminary drafts of the work through its conclusion, often featuring multiple variant drafts of certain sections; b) another contiguous typescript, 341 numbered leaves, plus many lettered inserts, more lightly worked over in ink by the author, but occasionally bearing substantial revisions and deletions; c) a relatively clean carbon typescript of the first part only, 158 leaves, bearing only a handful of corrections, bradbound in term-binder, with label, and author's handwritten name and address on title leaf; d) two sets of galleys: one set of long, untrimmed galleys, denoted the author's duplicate set, and a set of roughly trimmed page proofs, with the author's occasional corrections or revisions 4to. A substantial archive, consisting of heavily corrected original and carbon typescripts, clean typescripts, and two sets of galleys (one corrected) as below. In grey cloth drop box with black leather label [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
 14.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        Harry Truman Presidential Appointment

      1952 - Signed Presidential appointment to a UN agency for Palestinian relief. February 21, 1952 [23"x19"] Presidential Appointment".Edwin A. Locke, Jr of New York Representative of the United States of America on the Advisory Commission of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East."Harry S. Truman (1884-1972), Thirty-third President of the United States. A Missouri native, Truman was first elected to public office in 1922, winning a judge's seat of the Jackson County Court. After serving several terms, Truman was elected to the Senate in 1934, and in 1940 gained national attention for his chairmanship of the Senate Special Committee to Investigate the National Defense Program, which was eventually nicknamed "The Truman Committee." Truman continued his political rise in 1944; he was elected Vice-President as FDR's running mate. After only 82 days in the White House, Truman was thrust into the Presidency when FDR died unexpectedly. His inheritance was a world at war. Germany had surrendered, but Japan refused to give up the battle. Truman, in a desperate move to avoid having to invade the Japanese mainland, ordered the deployment of two atomic bombs. They were dropped on August 6 and August 9, 1945. Japan surrendered on August 14, 1945. As President, Truman waged an undeclared war on the Soviet Union, drafting the "Truman Doctrine", which proclaimed the United States' willingness to provide aid to countries resisting communism. And the Marshall Plan sought to strengthen the European economy in the hopes that this, too, would prevent the spread of Soviet influence. He also brought United States troops into the Korean War (1950-1953). In addition to his cold war activities, Truman's administration expanded the New Deal, and promoted Civil Rights initiatives.

      [Bookseller: Seth Kaller Inc.]
 15.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        The War Speeches of the Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill, three volume set

      Cassell and Company Ltd., London 1952 - This is a full, first edition, first printing set of the three-volume "definitive" edition of Churchill's war speeches. During his long public life, Winston Churchill played many roles worthy of historical note - member of Parliament for more than half a century, distinguished soldier and war correspondent, author of scores of books, ardent social reformer, combative cold warrior, Nobel Prize winner. But more than anything else, it was Winston Churchill's leadership during the Second World War that made him a preeminent historical figure. His soaring and defiant oratory sustained his countrymen and inspired the free world during the greatest war the world has ever known. Of Churchill, Edward R. Murrow said: "He mobilized the English language and sent it into battle." Between 1941 and 1946, Churchill's war speeches were published in seven individual volumes. In 1952, during Churchill's second premiership, the publisher reissued the War Speeches as a new, three-volume edition. This edition is, in many ways, superior to the original seven wartime editions in both aesthetics and content. Gone is the cheap economy paper of the wartime editions. The binding is a heavy navy cloth with attractive, uniform dust jackets. Further, the books measure a substantial 10 x 6.25 inches. New speeches are added, as is a very helpful index. Some of the original speeches considered peripheral are eliminated while others are retitled and chronological dates are replaced with brief transitional or introductory notes. These sets have become quite scarce in the original dust jackets. Here is a very good first printing set in very good plus first printing dust jackets. The dust jackets are entirely complete. We note no losses or tears and the front flaps are unclipped, still retaining their original prices. Wear is trivial, confined to extremities. What prevents our grading these dust jackets as fine is slight toning of the spines and modest spotting, most evident at the flap folds. The dust jackets are protected in removable, archival quality clear covers. The books beneath are in very good condition. The navy blue cloth bindings are square, tight, and clean with nicely rounded spines, bright gilt, and sharp corners. The only exterior flaw noted is a faint (hardly noticeable) suggestion of some mottling of the covers - likely resulting from the same spotting that affects the dust jackets. The contents are bright and tight. Spotting appears confined to the endpapers, prelims and page edges. The sole previous ownership marks we find are a small previous owner name and address sticker affixed to the upper left pastedown of each volume. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A263.1(I-III).a, Woods/ICS A136(a.1), Langworth p.303 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Churchill Book Collector, IOBA]
 16.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        Blumenstillleben. Farblithographie. 1952. Unten rechts in Bleistift signiert.

      . 47,5 : 35,5 auf Bütten 50 : 38,7 cm..

      [Bookseller: Gerhard Zähringer Antiquariat und Galeri]
 17.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

        Arsenal V Newcastle United 1952 (f.a. Cup Final) Football Programme

      1952 - Official programme for the 1952 FA Cup Final between Arsenal and Newcastle United. Signed in ink to the centrepages by the full Newcastle United team - Mitchell, G.Robledo, Milburn, Foulkes, Walker, E.Robledo, Brennan, Harvey, McMichael, Simpson and Cowell. Spine sl split with and rusting around the staples. Vertical fold down the middle, corners sl dog-eared. Score added in ink to front cover. Signatures clean and bright. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Sportspages]
 18.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


      Farrar Starus and Young, New York 1952 - Shaw, Artie. THE TROUBLE WITH CINDERELLA. [An Outline of Identity]. Presentation Copy. New York: Farrar, Straus and Young, 1952. Inscribed. 8vo., 394pp. First Edition of Artie Shaw's iconic autobiography, "The Trouble With Cinderella." Gilt-stamped black cloth. A very good or better example in the extremely uncommon original dustwrapper that has a bit of neat archival restoration primarily at the extemities of the spine [some old clear tape on the verso]. Very neatly inscribed on the front free endpaper in blue-black fountain pen: "For Larry - Don't you see? That's the whole idea of the goddamn show! Sincerely, Artie Shaw, 1/14/53." Larry was Larry Lowenstein, a famous public relations persona of the early days of television & radio, & the author of "Famous People Who Knew Me." He represented such personalities as Arthur Godfrey, Dinah Shore, Joyce Brothers & others. "Shaw was a jazz clarinetist, composer & one of the greatest Big-Bandleaders of the 1940s. His song "Begin the Beguine " was wildly successful & became a symbol of the Swing era. He was the first white bandleader to hire a full-time black female singer when he hired Billie Holiday in 1938. Shaw was eccentric & intellectual, & had a tumultuous personal life which included eight marriages, including Ava Gardner, Evelyn Keyes & Lana Turner. A difficult man, he wrote this candid & witty autobiography, concluding that the trouble with Cinderella is that nobody ever lives happily ever after." A terrific copy in a custom TBCL gilt-labled slipcase in fine condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
 19.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


      266 Páginas. EDICION DEL AUTOR., Orense 1952 - LIBRO MUY RARO. Size: 4º.ilustrado [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA CLIO]
 20.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        Archive of Autograph Material

      1952-1958. First. A small group of three Autograph Letters Signed and one Photograph Postcard Signed from Georgia O'Keeffe, with two original mailing envelopes. All the correspondence is to Eleanor Anderson, the fourth and final wife of the author Sherwood Anderson, who was busily engaged in compiling her late husband's letters for publication and had extensive correspondence with many of his friends and colleagues. Overall near fine or better with the letters folded from mailing. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
 21.   Check availability:     IOBABooks     Link/Print  

        Framed Photograph Signed]: Alexander of Tunis (Harold Rupert Leofric George Alexander, 1st Earl Alexander of Tunis)

      1952 - Original silver gelatin print. Measures approximately 10" x 13". In a wood and glass frame measuring approximately 12" x 15.5", with a small brass heraldic arms fastened to the top of the frame. Signed by Karsh in pencil and Alexander of Tunis in ink. Overall dampstain to the margins not affecting the image, Alexander's ink signature is partially faded, else good in a good frame with scattered surface scratches to the wood. A famous photograph of Field Marshal Harold Rupert Leofric George Alexander, a prominent British military commander in both World Wars, and the 17th Governor General of Canada. Taken by Karsh in 1952, when Alexander was named 1st Earl of Tunis. Alexander of Tunis rose to prominence during the First World War, receiving numerous honors and decorations; in the Second World War he commanded the 15th Army Group in Sicily and Italy, and was made Supreme Allied Commander of the Mediterranean. A scarce photograph likely from the family estate, as the custom wood frame and arms matches that used to frame Karsh's photograph of Margaret Alexander of Tunis from 1947.

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
 22.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        Typed Letter, signed ("F. LL. W. Frank!") to Lewis Mumford

      n.p. [Spring Green, Wisconsin], february 20, 1952 - An affectionate, conversational, and at times pointed, letter to Wright's friend and champion, architectural critic Lewis Mumford. Wright playfully addresses Mumford as "Llewis" and begins the letter with high praise: "I can't tell you how good it was to be with you again in spirit as well as the bodily presence which is essentially the same vital Llewis. The amazing comprehension, as of the earlier days of our friendship, is still vibrant. You were never so much the critic as the creative writer, champion of cultural causes - Llewis. Little good our journalistic sort of critics do our Causes. Even less harm they do to evil ones than good to noble ones because radio, press, and print crawl with them like flies on a window pane. So goes everything we have - prolix but not prolific. We are getting too enormous for a Democracy. Unless we create for ourselves our own eddy in some swirl of the backwater we are washed out and away with the current into internationalism and the commonplace." The rest of the letter concerns various offers that Wright has received from editors interested in publishing his writing, with the noted irony that he was offered more for his work in the early days of his career, when the magazine industry was more robust - " - I guess the magazines are not far from [dead]? Except for advertising." 8vo. 2 pp. typed on oblong Taliesen stationery, with some ink corrections. Prior fold, paperclip stain, else fine in custom red cloth folding box [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
 23.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


      np: NP. 1952. "1 drawing. Accompanying was a letter describing the genealogy of the drawing, ""The ""Nights of Horror"" series was drawn by a gifted artist, whom it was my good luck to meet in person in 1952 and who graciously sold me his original drawings, some of which were even inspired by my suggestions. Naturally I spent a small fortune for those drawings, but I have always felt very happy to own them during the past 18 years."" Despite the curious note, the art does not resemble the work of Joe Schuster, co-creator of Superman, who drew the Nights of Horror serials depicted in Craig Yoe's 2008 book Secret Identity." 5"" X 8"", ink and gouache on paper. Very good.

      [Bookseller: Alta-Glamour Inc.]
 24.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  

        Typed Letter Signed to Earl B. Dickerson

      1952. Two page Typed Letter Signed with handwritten emendations in the text, to Earl B. Dickerson, urging him to run with Vincent Hallinan on the Progressive Party ticket for Vice-President of the United States. On his official letterhead: "Color and Democracy Colonies and Peace" as Vice-Chairman, Council on African Affairs, dated Feb. 12, 1952. Quarto. Housed in a dark red quarter morocco and cloth clamshell case. Earl Dickerson was the first African-American graduate from the University of Chicago and a leading figure in the Civil Rights Movement who sat beside Martin Luther King, Jr. during his famous "I Have a Dream" speech. Dickerson was greatly influenced by The Souls of Black Folk in his youth, and he eventually met W.E.B. Du Bois through their mutual involvement in the NAACP. In this letter Du Bois attempts to convince Dickerson to run for Vice-President on the Progressive Party ticket, and Du Bois also anticipates the social movements of the 1960s. It is worth noting that the only published monograph on Dickerson's life, Earl B. Dickerson: A Voice for Freedom and Equality, makes no mention of Dickerson being considered for the Progressive Party's Vice-Presidential nomination. This is an important and otherwise unknown aspect of Dickerson's career as a political activist. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
 25.   Check availability:     IOBABooks     Link/Print  

        VERVE. Revue artistique et litteraire. Vol. VII, No. 27 et 28., (Ce double numero de Verve a ete acheve d imprimer le 15 Janvier 1953 par Draeger pour la typographie et l'heliogravure et par Mourlot por la lithographie).

      Paris, Editions de la Revue Verve 1952 - 153 S. mit etlichen (teils doppelseitigen) Lithographien (von Georges Braque, Henri Matisse, Henri Laurens, Alberto Giacometti, Andre Masson, Fernand Leger, Miro, Bores, Gromaire, Marc Chagall), Einband stark fleckig, gebräunt und berieben, Papierbezug des Rückens mit Einrissen und im unteren Bereich mit Klebeband überklebt, Seiten / Tafeln teils aus der Bindung gelöst, von den 8 im Inhaltsverzeichnis angegebenen Marc Chagall - Lithographien sind nur 5 vorhanden, alle übrigen Lithographien vollständig, Text in Französisch, Papier altersbedingt etwas gebräunt, alter Zollstempel auf Innendeckel, innen ansonsten gut erhalten, / original hardcover (no dustjacket), binding (covers / spine) stained, browned and rubbed, spine partially damaged and taped, some pages / plates loose, 3 Marc Chagall-lithographs are missing (there should be 8, but there are only 5), all other lithographs complete, paper slightly browned, stamp on paste down, text in French, Sprache: fr Gewicht in Gramm: 1700 Fol., illustrierter Original-Pappband (ohne Schutzumschlag), [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Hagena & Schulte GbR]
 26.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


      Washington DC 1952 - One page typed letter on Hoover's Office Of The Director letterhead dated August 15, 1952. The letter is to an admirer from Fresno, California and says "Thank you very much for your note of Agust 7, 1952. Your thoughtful comments are indeed kind, and I am most grateful for your remarks concerning my administration of the FBI. I am pleased to know that you enjoyed the movie regarding the Bureau's work, and sincerely appreciate your offer of assistance. Sincerely yours, J. Edgar Hoover". Hoover has signed in blue ink. Fine Condition John Edgar Hoover was the first director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.) and served in that post from the time he was 29 years old until his death at the age of 77. Hoover began working in U.S. government service in 1913, first at the Library of Congress, then at the Justice Department. During World War I Hoover worked for the Bureau of Investigation, keeping statistical records of immigrants for the Alien Enemy Bureau. A vigorous anti-communist, Hoover quickly moved up the ranks in the postwar period, and by 1924 was appointed Director of the Bureau of Investigation (later called the Federal Bureau of Investigation). He held the post until 1972, an administration that lasted from President Coolidge to President Nixon. Hoover had a reputation for hyper vigilance in the face of crime and political subversion, and the F.B.I. grew to become known as an incorruptible force who kept files on just about everybody, from gangsters and spies to pop culture figures including John Lennon, Martin Luther King, Jr., Marilyn Monroe and Eldridge Cleaver. Hoover has been a controversial figure since his death, and there has been much speculation about his personal life, family background and dictatorial rule over the Bureau; given his political power over five decades, he is a central figure in the history of scandal and U.S. politics. Copyright © 1998-2013 by Who2?, LLC. All rights reserved. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Legends In History]
 27.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons,. [1952]. Octavo,. cloth.. A fine copy in fine first printing dust jacket (priced $2.50 on the. front flap) with touch of rubbing to spine ends. A brilliant,. virtually like new copy of one of the more elusive Heinlein books. written for young adults published during the 1950s. (#129693). First edition. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 5-63.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
 28.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  

        Let It Come Down

      New York: Random House, 1952. Book. Nearly Very Good. Signed by Paul Bowles. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. crayon price marks on the verso of the rear free endpaper.

      [Bookseller: Brooklyn Books]
 29.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  

        Praxis der Biologie im Unterricht der Schulen - (später) Praxis der Naturwissenschaften. Zeitschrift für den Experimenellen Unterricht. 1952 bis 1970, Jahrgänge 1 bis 19 komplett in 18 Bänden.

      Frankenberg / Eder und Köln. Aulis Verlag 1952 bis 1970,. insgesamt 221 Hefte (1. Jahrgang 1952 bis 19. Jahrgang 1970) Biologie und 120 Hefte Chemie (1958 - 1967). Hefte sind Jahrgangs-weise professionell in zwei Ausführungen (siehe Bild) gebunden, Halbleinen bzw. Leinen-Einband mit geprägtem Titel / Rücken, beigebunden jeweils die Register. Die Jahrgänge 17/ 1968 bis 19/ 1970 sind zur Bindung vorbereitet, Buch-Umschläge sind gefertigt und bedruckt, Hefte aber noch nicht eingebunden. Den Bänden von 1958 bis 1967 sind auch jeweils die 12 Ausgabe Chemie beigebunden. Im ganzen eine komplette Sammlung der ersten 19 Jahrgänge der populären Lernmittel-Reihe. So nirgends angeboten, rar! zusammen über 10 kg schwer! Bücher sind gut erhalten, in den ersten Bänden Besitzervermerke auf den Vorsätzen und einige wenige Anstreichungen.; 1. Auflage..

      [Bookseller: Adalbert Gregor Schmidt Versandantiquari]
 30.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

        Studio Frankfurt. Eine Buchreihe in Der Frankfurter Verlagsanstalt. 12 Bände.,

      Frankfurter Verlagsanstalt, Frankfurt - 12 Bände, so vollständig, meist Erstauflagen. Sehr ordentliche, farbig gestaltete Broschuren mit intakten Bindungen, 2 Bde. mit sehr kleinen Altersspuren, Schiebeschnitt nicht rein, ansonsten sauber und gut. Buchblöcke einwandfrei, durchgehend sauber, insgesamt 2 winzige Fleckchen. 1) 1952. Ruth Landshoff-Yorck: Das Ungeheuer Zärtlichkeit. 6 Geschichten, z. T. EA, 90 Seiten. 2) 1952. Richard Ott: Das amerikanische Tagebuch des Richard Ott. EA, ganzseitiges Foto des Autors als Frontispiz, 90 Seiten. 3) 1952. Schneider-Lengyel: September-Phase. Lyrik. EA. 81 Seiten, 3 Bl. plus 9 einseitig bedruckte Tafeln (Aufnahmen präkolumbianischer Kunst). 4) 1952. Ernst Schnabel: Ein Tag wie morgen. Feature. Drama. EA. 55 Seiten. 5). 1952. Heinrich Böll: Nicht nur zur Weihnachtszeit. EA. Erzählung mit Illustrationen von Henry Meyer-Brockmann. 57 Seiten. 6) 1953. Arno Schmidt:. 2 Prosastudien. Inhalt: Die Umsiedler (Kurzformen zur Wiedergabe mehrfacher räumlicher Verschiebung der Handelnden bei festgehaltener Einheit der Zeit). Alexander oder was ist die Wahrheit? EA. 71 Seiten. 7) 1953. Carl H. Eickert: Der kluge Portugiese oder Übergänge. 16 Bruchstücke / Meditationen- Begegnung Kulturen Ostasiens. EA. 61 Seiten. 8) 1953. Wolfgang Weyrauch: Bericht an die Regierung. EA. Untergang Hitlers in Berliner U-Bahnschächten. EA. 106 Seiten. 9) 1953. Milo Dor - Reinhard Federmann: Der unterirdische Strom. EA. Studie über (Wiener) Träume in der Mitte des Jahrhunderts. Ein Versuch. 53 Seiten. 10) 1953. Werner Helwig: Der Brigant Guiliano. EA. Kriminal-Affäre. Foto als Frontispiz, 53 Seiten plus 7 einseitig bedruckte Tafeln mit authentischen Abbildungen. 11) 1953. Wolfgang Hildesheimer - Hans-Werner Henze: Das Ende einer Welt. Funkoper. EA. Oper als Bericht - Musik Henze. 68 Seiten mit zahlreichen Skizzen, Zeichnungen und Noten. 12) 1953. Ingeborg Bachmann: Die gestundete Zeit. Gedichte EA in Buchform. Lyrik. 61 Seiten. Inlandporto Euro 5,50. 1,65 Kg., 10 x 16 Cm. Gewicht in Gramm: 1650 Jeweils 1. (deutsche) Auflage Illustrierte Broschuren Sehr Ordentlich

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clement]
 31.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        The Natural

      New York: Harcourt Brace and Company. (1952). First. First edition. Spine a little faded, near fine in the gray binding (one of three, with no priority) in a very near fine, price-clipped dustwrapper with a couple of tiny tears and nominal rubbing. Inscribed by the author in the year of publication: "For Charles Crow. Cordially Bern. July 1952." Crow was a friend of Malamud's from New York, and advised Malamud when he applied for teaching positions, eventually accepting a position at Oregon State College. Crow's advice to Malamud is quoted in Bernard Malamud: A Writer's Life by Philip Maurice Davis. An especially nice copy of the author's first book, perhaps the classic baseball novel, and basis for the sugarcoated but nevertheless effective Barry Levinson film featuring Robert Redford, Robert Duvall, Glenn Close, and Kim Basinger. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
 32.   Check availability:     IOBABooks     Link/Print  

        DE WERELDZEE (Dutch Version of The Sea Around). Signed.

      Uitgeverij Born, 1952, Assen - [Dutch] Carson, Rachel L. De Wereldzee (The Sea Around US). Assen: Uitgeverij Born, 1952 1e druk 1952. Octavo. Hardcover. SIGNED by author on title page. Illustrated with b&w photographs. Fine in an about very good dustwrapper that is worn & chipped at the head & tail of the spine panel & tips. Rarely encountered signed. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library]
 33.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        Original Dry Point Etching for "Les Fables" De La Fontaine

      Ambroise VOLLARD, Paris 1952 - Origianl dry-point etching on Montval paper by CHAGALL (framed) - SIZE : 15"1/2 x 12" -TITLE : La grenouille qui veurt se faire aussi gros que le boeuf - N° limited to 200 copies (a copy of the justification page will be included) - SIGNATURE : plate signed -Editor edited by Vollard in 1952 -Condition very good [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Artfever]
 34.   Check availability:     IberLibro     Link/Print  

        1952 Improvisations: Artists Equity Masquerade Ball, Hotel Astor, May 15. Spring Fantasia

      New York: Artists Equity Association, New York Chapter. 1952. First. First edition. Thick quarto. Unpaged. Illustrated. Plastic spiral bound illustrated wrappers. Owner's name, age-toning, and small tears on the wrappers, a few pages are a little pulled from the spirals, but overall this is a nice, very good copy. Copy number 1570 of 2000 numbered copies. Very uncommon thick program with illustrations printed rectos only. Consisting almost entirely of ads from New York businesses, illustrated mostly in black and white on colored paper by different artists including Milton Avery, Max Weber, Ben Shahn, Chaim Gross, John Myers, Elias Newman, Alexander Alpert, Raphael Soyer, Isaac Soyer, Moses Soyer, Josef Presser, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Henry Billings, Bertram Goodman, Gerrit Hondius, Lewis Daniel, John Groth, T. Lux Feininger, Reginald Marsh, Leo Lionni, Jack Levine, Jacob Lawrence, Robert Gwathmey, Georges Schreiber, Antonio Frasconi, Sam Adler, Alex Redein, Hans Hoffman, and Clara Klinghoffer. Includes additional color lithographs by Chaim Gross, Adolf Dehn, and Milton Avery. OCLC locates one copy at the Art Institute of Chicago. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
 35.   Check availability:     IOBABooks     Link/Print  


      Home     Wants Manager     Library Search     562 Years   Links     Contact      Search Help      Terms of Service      Privacy     

Copyright © 2018 viaLibri™ Limited. All rights reserved.