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        ALWAYS COMES EVENING: THE COLLECTED POEMS OF ROBERT E. HOWARD COMPILED BY GLENN LORD

      Sauk City, WI: Arkham House: Publishers, 1957. First edition. A fine copy in a very good to nearly fine dust jacket with light rubbing to black ink of the jacket. (21748). Octavo, illustration by Frank Utpatel, cloth. Inscribed by Glenn Lord on the title page: "A compilation of some of / Two-Gun's best verse / Glenn Lord." A collection of Howard's poetry compiled by Glenn Lord. Published by Arkham House, subsidized by Lord. 636 copies printed.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        John F. Kennedy Signed Inaugural Address.

      Life Magazine's souvenir edition commemorating Kennedy's inauguration. Boldly inscribed by Kennedy, "For Mr. Joseph Clark with very best wishes, John Kennedy. The recipient, Joseph Clark was a United States Senator from Pennsylvania from 1957 to 1969. He worked with Kennedy in the Senate, and continued to their push for civil rights, highlighting the issue as a major part of Kennedy's presidential campaign. Endorsing new legislation--to extend voting rights, end discrimination in education and housing, and establish the Fair Employment Practices Commission, among other things--Kennedy announced during his campaign that Clark and Congressman Emanuel Celler had agreed to prepare a comprehensive civil rights bill 'embodying the commitments of the Democratic platform,' to be introduced early in the next congressional session. One of the key issues in Kennedy's campaign, which helped him win the presidency in 1960. Matted and framed with the printed text of Kennedy's inaugural speech, a portrait of Kennedy giving his speech. The entire piece measures 27 inches by 34 inches. Rare and desirable, especially with such an association. After three years working together in the Senate, John F. Kennedy and his liberal Democratic colleague from Pennsylvania, Joseph S. Clark, Jr., continued their push for civil rights, highlighting the issue as a major part of Kennedy's presidential campaign. Endorsing new legislation--to extend voting rights, end discrimination in education and housing, and establish the Fair Employment Practices Commission, among other things--Kennedy announced during his campaign that Clark and Congressman Emanuel Celler had agreed to prepare a comprehensive civil rights bill 'embodying the commitments of the Democratic platform,' to be introduced early in the next congressional session. One of the key issues in Kennedy's campaign, it helped him win the presidency in 1960.

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        Rundschau Deutsches Schneiderfachblatt. Die große Fachzeitschrift für das Herren-Schneiderhandwerk. Jahrgänge 1957, 58, 59,60,62,63,64,65,66,67,68,69,70,71,72 und 1973 zusammen 16 Jahrgänge. Jahrgang 1961 fehlt.

      Rundschau-Verlagsgesellschaft, Otto G. Königer KG., München 23, Ohmstraße 15, 1957 bis 1973. zusammen ca 1000 Seiten mit zahlreichen Abbildungen und Schnitten sowie einige farbige Abbildungen. Halbleinen, Band 1962 weicht ab und zwar brauner Kunstlederrücken. Dieses Fachblatt scheint seit dem Jahr 1882 zu existieren. vermutlich aber nicht in diesem Umfang. Die Einbände sind vorwiegend in grünem Kunstlederrücken eingebunden, Ausnahmen sind hier die Jahrgänge 1962 (Brauner Kunstlederrücken) und die Jahrgänge 1957 und 1958, diese in grünem Halbleinen mit aufgeklebten Titelschild. Insgesamt befinden sich die Ausgaben in einem ordentlichen Erhaltungszustand. Die Seiten mit den Abbildungen auf Kunstdruckpapier können gelegentlich leicht miteinander behaftet sein (vorsichtig anöffnen damit es zu keinen Beschädigungen kommt). Die Zeitschrift beschäftigt sich selbstverständlich auch mit Damenmode. Es tauchen im Internet nur ganz wenige komplette Jahrgänge auf, vorzugsweise nur einzelne Monatshefte. So zusammenhängend wird man diese Zeitschrift wohl kaum noch erwerben können. Im letzten Heft des Jahrgangs 1957 befinden sich auf einigen Seiten unten Tintenflecken. Absolut selten! Die Bücher werden innerhalb Deutschlands wegen des Gewichts auf mehrere Pakete verteilt und versichert versendet. Versand innerhalb Deutschlands ist im Preis inklusive, Gewicht ca 35 Kilogramm. Kosten für den Versand ins Ausland nur auf Anfrage. GR3/2 Versand D: 500,01 EUR

      [Bookseller: Schübula]
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        DANDELION WINE..

      Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1957. First edition. Some offsetting to end papers, a nearly fine copy in a very good or somewhat better price clipped dust jacket which has some mild rubbing to corner tips and spine ends and a touch along the top edge, a small closed tear to front panel at spine fold and some mild foxing along rear flap fold.. Octavo. cloth. "A bucolic evocation of Bradbury's youth through rose-colored glasses. Though not strictly fantastic, this poetic blend of nostalgia and ever-so-slightly macabre happenings defines the author's view of the past as a country of the bizarre and the wonderful, and is central to Bradbury's fantasy world." - Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 4A-44. Pringle, Modern Fantasy: The Hundred Best Novels 19.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        THE ALEXANDRIA QUARTET: Justine, Balthazar, Mountolive and Clea

      London:: Faber and Faber,. (1957-60).. First edition of each of the four volumes comprising his most critically acclaimed work. JUSTINE shows light foxing to page edges but is otherwise near fine in very good or better dust jacket with slight toning to spine, light soiling and tanning and tiny chips at spine tips; BALTHAZAR shows faint spotting along inner hinges but is otherwise bright and fine in very good to near fine dust jacket slightly darkened on spine and toned on edges and with few tiny corner chips; MOUNTOLIVE shows light scattered foxing to page edges and endpapers, otherwise near fine in like dust jacket with touch of rubbing, slight tanning to spine and tips nicked; CLEA shows moderate foxing to endpapers most noticeably on front pastedown but is only lightly foxed on page edges, otherwise bright and fine in near fine dust jacket with touch of light soiling and slightly sunned. Note: Ownership signature of "Harry Blackmer, Paris, 1960" on front pastesdown of CLEA. Presumably the same Blackmer in the 1932 Supreme Court decision that recognized a state's right to retain jurisdiction over its citizens abroad (Blackmer v. United States, 284 U.S. 421). Blackmer was found guilty of contempt for refusing to appear when subpoenaed as a witness for the U.S. in a criminal trial related to the Teapot Dome Scandal. Altogether a very good to near fine set. .

      [Bookseller: Quill & Brush]
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        Dorothy Canfield Fisher Collection

      1957. No binding. Dorothy Canfield Fisher was an educational reformer, social activist, and best-selling American author in the early decades of the twentieth century. She strongly supported women's rights, racial equality, and lifelong education. Eleanor Roosevelt named her one of the ten most influential women in the United States. In addition to bringing the Montessori method of child-rearing to the U.S., she presided over the country's first adult education program and shaped literary tastes by serving as a member of the Book of the Month Club selection committee from 1925 to 1951. The Dorothy Canfield Fisher Children's Book Award since 1957 is awarded annually for new American children's books whose winner is chosen by the vote of Vermort child readers Dorothy Canfield Fisher Collection consists of 24 items covering primarily for 1926 to 1957; 13 letters (5 ASL, 4 TSL, 1 TL), 2 signed calling cards, 2 signed notes, and 7 photos (1 signed) as follows: • ALS from Paris to [Sven?] Hedin, [1916?], re Colonel Jampton's spiels, Beer (editor) of the Figaro, reviews in the Brooklyn Eagle of Fellow Captains (1916) (co-authored with Sarah N. Cleghorn). • ALS to E.B. Griffith, 30 June 1939, with envelope • ALS to Mr. Tupper, n.d., re a review of one of her books in the Washington Post ("There are not two themes, I protest, just one theme-the portrayal of a man of integrity and strength…."). • 2 ALS, both short letters to Mrs. Ashton, re her daughter's piano teacher, in reference to her daughter Sally. • TLS, dated 21 April 1941, to Mrs. Ashton, re her daughter's piano teacher, in reference to her daughter Sally. • TLS, with envelope, to Helen Watson of the Columbus School for Girls, Columbus, Ohio, 16 February 1926, about placing a young boy in pre-school in France. Canfield Fisher refers Watson to Mlle A. Fanta, who is an elderly lady with great educational experience in France. This letter also with a handwritten note from Canfield Fisher along the left border stating that Fanta may know of a young lady that would take the boy out to play. • TLS to Mr. Hartwell, 15 April 1941, that she looks forward to reading his article on the relations of employers and employees in the Public Opinion Quarterly. • TLS to Mr. Jackson, 8 May 1941, re Council of Democracy, differing levels of literacy, and the "City of Man" statement. • TLS to Mr. Agar, 27 April 1942, re using her name as a sponsor and Dorothy Thompson speaking at the event. • TLS to "Gertrude", 30 March ?, re Kappa reunion at Ohio State University. • TLS to Anna Melissa Graves (writer, teacher, world traveler, and internationalist), 22 May 1953, re the work of the Philadelphia Women's League for Peace and Freedom; she's reading the proofs of Vermont Tradition. • TLS to Father Patrick Hannon, 11 March 1957, with envelope, sending him a book by the novelist G.B. Stern. • TL carbon copy undated and unsigned, presummed from Griffith (28 June 1939), re how she can see the constellation of Orion in June as she states in her book Seasoned Timber when it is a winter constellation.  • 2 signed notes, "For a British reader with cordial greetings", and on her calling card, re [Mrs. Aston's] patience with Sally. • 2 Dorothy Canfield Fisher signatures, each on a card stock, n.d. • 7 black and white photos, one of a young looking Canfield Fisher, n.d., Culver Pictures Inc.; Canfield Fisher, 17 April 1939, another at her writing desk, Canfield Fisher with reference to Seasoned Timber, her standing on a wooden bridge, Baltimore Sun, photo signed of Canfield Fisher wearing a black coat, n.d. Collection is on consignment with LDRB.

      [Bookseller: Lord Durham Rare Books (IOBA)]
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        Cat in the Hat

      Random House--Modern Library 1957 - Random House. 1957. First edition. First printing. Hardcover. Near fine condition. Dust jacket in good condition. 61 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peacock Publishing e.g. Judith Simmons]
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        The Green Odyssey

      Ballantine Books, New York 1957 - 152 Pp. Beige Boards Stamped In Green Ian Ballantine's File Copy, Never Sold Or Circulated, Direct From The Publisher's Library, With "Production Dept" In Red Pencil On Front Pastedown. Book Is Fine, Unread, Faintly Foxed On Top Edge. Dj Is Bright, Slight Fading On Around Spine. Not Price Clipped [$2.75], Slight Edge Wear With 1/16" Loss At Top Rear Flap Fold, 1/8" Closed Tear At Top Of Rear Panel, Slight Fading To Green Color, Surface Of All Panels Bright And Glossy Although There Is A Faint Damp Stain Along The Front And Back Flap Folds, Small Line Of Rubbing Extending About Two Inches Along Front Spine Edge. An Unsophisticated Copy With No Restoration. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books, Pasadena, Member IOBA]
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        Tröger, Fritz. - "Baumgruppe".

      - Mischtechnik / Pastellkreide & Feder, in Sepia & schwarzer Tusche, auf Karton, 1957. Von Fritz Tröger. 70,7 x 50,0 cm (Darstellung / Blatt). In Bleistift signiert, datiert und nummeriert unten rechts. Verso Sammlerstempel. - Exponat der IV. Deutschen Kunstausstellung in Dresden 1958. - Blattrand rückseitig mit Kleberesten einer älteren Montierung. Geringfügig gewellt. Insgesamt noch guter Zustand. Fritz Tröger (1894 Dresden - 1978 Dresden). Deutscher Maler und Grafiker. Namhafter Vertreter der Neuen Sachlichkeit. 1915-18 Studium an der Kunstgewerbeschule in Dresden bei Paul Rößler und Margarete Junge. 1918-24 Studium an der Dresdner Akademie bei Max Feldbauer, Otto Gussmann und Otto Hettner. Danach Studienreisen nach Italien, Spanien, Portugal, Österreich und nach Böhmen. Mitglied der "Dresdner Sezession 1932", ab 1945 Mitglied der Dresdner Künstlergemeinschaft "Das Ufer". 1954 Sonderausstellung im Albertinum in Dresden. Tröger schuf Bildnisse, Landschaften und Industriedarstellungen in Öl, Pastell und Keramik. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: GALERIE HIMMEL]
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        SUN AND SHADOW

      Berkeley: [The Quenian Press], 1957.. Small octavo, decorated wrappers, sewn. First separate edition. Limited to 90 copies. Printed by Kenneth J. Carpenter for members of the Roxburghe Club and for other friends. Short story first published in REPORTER, 17 March 1953 and collected in THE GOLDEN APPLES OF THE SUN (1953). Nolan, p. 134. A fine copy. Bradbury's scarcest authorized publication. (#151280)

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        THE HAWK IN THE RAIN [SIGNED]

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1957. First edition. Octavo, 52pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Bumping and shelf-wear. Dust jacket is encased in a protective mylar covering. Heavy foxing to dust jacket; lighter foxing to boards, text block and endpapers. Light soiling to rear panel of jacket. Sunning, rubbing, and chipping to spine of jacket. Spine cracked. Some signatures loosening. Previous owner's name and address to front paste-down endpaper. Light crease to half-title page. Good copy only. Signed and dated (20th Oct. 57) by Ted Hughes on the front free end page. "The Hawk in the Rain" is Hughes' first book.Shelve:CASE #0Spine is brown with black text. Dupont.

      [Bookseller: Second Story Books ]
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        The Hawk in the Rain.

      London: Faber and Faber, 1957 - Octavo. Original blue cloth, yellow lettered spine. With the dust jacket. Spine of jacket toned and a little rubbed, a few chips at head and tail, touch of foxing to front and back panels, scattered light foxing internally. First edition, first impression of Ted Hughes's first book. With the author's article on The Hawk in the Rain written for the Poetry Book Society Bulletin (September 1957, No. 15) loosely inserted. Sagar & Tabor A1; the Poetry Society Bulletin C31. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        HEMATITE: HIBBING HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK 1957 [With Photo of Robert Zimmerman/Bob Dylan]

      Hibbing High School, Hibbing, MN 1957 - Quarto; G/No jacket; Cream spine with no lettering; Hibbing High School yearbook from 1957, featuring sophomore photo of Robert Zimmerman (Bob Dylan) on page 69. Some staining to the front, rear and spine; Pages toned; No writing/marking; 159 pages. SHELVE CASE #5. Dupont. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Second Story Books, ABAA]
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        MEDITATIONS IN AN EMERGENCY

      New York: Grove Press, 1957. First edition. Paperback. Very Good + in Wraps. 8vo. Original stiff printed wraps. Near fine or better with trivial hints of toning. Binding tight, appearing all but unread. A superior copy. First edition of O'Hara's third collection of verse, and first full-length. One of approx. 900 copies. [Smith A3a].

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller]
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        Coup de Grâce

      New York: Farrar, Strauss and Cudahy, 1957. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/fine. 1st American edition. A contemporary, signed, inscription from Yourcenar, fills the front free endpaper with a long quotation. Fine in fine dustjacket. Marguerite Yourcenar is under appreciated but will ambush you like identity theft. In Coup de Grâce a Prussian officer murders the woman who loves him because he loves her brother, in line with the central figures throughout her fiction, men torn between their passions and society's demands, during key moments of history. After WW II, she lived in France and the U. S. with her partner, Grace Frick, who translated this book into English. In 1950 they moved to Maine, and in 1980 (go Margot) Yourcenar became the first woman elected to the Academie Française (all customs were once eccentricities), that elitist society, created by Cardinal Richelieu in 1634 (the very Richelieu from The Three Musketeers), limited to 40 constituents entrusted with guarding French culture and to which admission is only upon the death of a sitting member (you can write your own joke here)_______________.

      [Bookseller: Biblioctopus]
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        Joseph de Maistre, textes choisis et présentés par E.M. Cioran

      - Editions du Rocher, Paris 1957, 14x19cm, broché. - Edizione per il quale non è stato redatto grandi carte, una copia del servizio stampa. autografo Firmato di EM Cioran a Padre Ignatius Lepp Reverendo. Leggermente indietro e marginalmente insolated come spesso, una nota con la penna rossa dedicatario dei margini di pagina 25, completa copia del suo Blurb. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale pour laquelle il n'a pas été tiré de grands papiers, un des exemplaires du service de presse. Envoi autographe signé de E.M. Cioran au révérend père Ignace Lepp. Dos légèrement et marginalement insolé comme souvent, une annotation au stylo bille rouge du dédicataire en marge de la page 25, exemplaire complet de son prière d'insérer.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet]
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        ANNALI DELLA SCUOLA NORMALE SUPERIORE DI PISA Serie II Vol XXVI

      PISA: SCUOLA NORMALE SUPERIORE DI PISA, 1957. BROSSURA. BUONO. 21 28. I II USATO

      [Bookseller: Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBab]
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        The Cat in the Hat

      New York: Random House, 1957. Younger and Hirsch condition 2. No price on DJ, single signature binding, unglazed boards. No inscriptions/markings in text block. Tail of upper board showing wear, both lower corners bumped. DJ 1/4" chip on bottom tail, shelf wear with cracking to lower right corner of jacket. Covered in Mylar. Very good + / very good.

      [Bookseller: Liberty Book Store]
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        On the Road.

      New York: Viking Press,, 1957. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine and front cover in white, top edge red. With the dust jacket. Housed in a custom blue morocco-backed black cloth folding-case. Minor wear at extremities; an excellent copy in the jacket with slight creasing to extremities and small chip to head of rear panel. First edition, first printing. A highly important presentation copy, inscribed by the author to John Montgomery with a drawing by Kerouac of the ghost of the Susquehanna, relating to both On the Road and The Dharma Bums. Montgomery was a Berkeley librarian who, according to Gerald Nocosial, "fascinated Jack with his scholarly non sequiturs." In October 1955, the poet Gary Snyder and Montgomery fitted Kerouac up with hiking gear and the three of them hiked up the 12,000-foot ridge of Matterhorn Mountain in Yosemite. This episode was to be transformed by Kerouac in to a key event in his celebrated novel, The Dharma Bums. In the novel, Montgomery is depicted as Henry Morley and Snyder, Japhy Ryder. Kerouac described the three men's expedition as "all completely serious, all completely hallucinated, all completely happy". Kerouac's evocative drawing depicts the Ghost of the Susquehanna, described in chapter 14 of part one of On the Road. "It was the night of the Ghost of the Susquehanna. The Ghost was a shrivelled little old man with a paper satchel who claimed he was headed for 'Canady.' He walked very fast, commanding me to follow, and said there was a bridge up ahead we could cross... as far as I could see he was just a semi-respectable walking hobo of some kind who had covered the entire Eastern Wilderness on foot... We were bums together. We walked seven miles along the mournful Susquehanna. It is a terrifying river. It has bushy cliffs on both sides that lean like hairy ghosts over the unknown waters. Inky night covers all... I thought all the wilderness of America was in the West till the Ghost of the Susquehanna showed me different..." While the Ghost undoubtedly has its origins in a hobo Kerouac encountered in western Pennsylvania, the vision is also inspired by a recurring nightmare, which Kerouac related to Allen Ginsburg and others in the late 1940s. He dreamed repeatedly of being pursued by a "Hooded Wayfarer without a Name." Kerouac came to believe that the hooded figure was merely his own self wearing a shroud. The first draft of On the Road to contain a scene approximating his dreams of the shrouded stranger was produced in 1951. Provenance: John McVey Montgomery (1919–1992); sold by him c.1988 via a Californian book dealer to Ken Lopez and Tom Congalton; subsequently in the noted Kerouac collection of Airick Kredell (1950–2004); sold in 2004 by Skyline Books to a private collector in London.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Atlas Shrugged

      New York: Random House Inc, 1957. Book. Fine. Hardcover. A First Edition, First Printing. Beautifully rebound in full black morocco, spine with raised bands, gilt decorated compartments, top edge gilt. Text pages extremely fresh, a fine copy in a very handsome full leather binding..

      [Bookseller: James Graham, Bookseller]
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        FROM RUSSIA, WITH LOVE

      Cape: London, 1957. First printing. Black boards. Page edges very lightly yellowed, with light mottling to top page edges, tidy ink owner name on front free endpaper; else fine, corners sharp. The dust jacket spine is a bit yellowed, with a bit of rubbing to the folds and tiny nicks and chips to corners; yellowing to front flap fold; small tear to upper inner corner of front panel; rear panel is yellowed and rippled from damp, including a tide mark in bottom margin; in all VG minus, flap price (13s6d) intact. As there are no damp marks on the rear cover of the book, I feel sure this jacket was supplied from another copy. The fifth James Bond novel, the one in which he battles SMERSH. Basis of the 1964 film classic starring Sean Connery, Robert Shaw, and Lotte Leyna. Considered by many to be the best of Bond, movie and book. Also, the first of the Chopping dust jackets. An interesting footnote: the actual first printing sheets were found unsatisfactory by Cape, who sold them all to Foyle's Book Club. Thus, this Cape first was actually made from second printing sheets. But no matter, it is this edition everyone wants. Binding: Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Steven Temple Books]
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        Golda Meir

      c. 1957-1965. Exceedingly rare Autograph Letter Signed <i>"<b>Golda</b>"</i> as Israeli Foreign Minister, on her 3.75" x 2" business card imprinted in Hebrew <i>"Golda Meir/Foreign Minister."</i> In Hebrew, translated. To Baruch (Zuckerman). In full <i>"<b>Dear Baruch, I am very sorry that I will not be able to attend your birthday, along with your whole family. A thrombosis in my leg has put me in the hospital. Had I come I would have asked for permission to say what is in my heart. I will wait for another opportunity and for now I will only send you my best wishes and many returns. I send my love to you, Nina and the girls.</b>"</i> <br><br>As Golda Meir served as Israeli Foreign Minister from July 1956 to January 1966 and Baruch Zuckerman's birthday was June 26th, this letter must have been written between 1957 and 1965. When she announced her retirement as Foreign Minister, Meir cited her health problems as part of the reason, so the letter, penned from her hospital bed, was most probably written in the early 1960s. It is in fine condition with an indiscernible mid-vertical fold. <br><br>Autograph Letters Signed of Golda Meir are virtually unobtainable. In the last 27 years, while Meir Typed Letters Signed have appeared at major auction houses from time to time, not one ALS has ever been offered for sale. This one, written to an early Zionist leader, is one of exceptional Israeli historical association.<br><br>Baruch Zuckerman (1887-1970) emigrated from Poland to the United States in 1904 and, inspired by Herzl, founded the Poale Zion Publishing Association in New York which published the works of leading Zionists who sought to establish a Jewish homeland in Palestine. Poale Zion (Hebrew for Workers of Zion) was a movement of Marxist Zionist workers circles founded in various Russian cities around 1900 and in New York City in 1903. He was executive director of the People's Relief Committee from 1915 to 1924 when it disbanded, and accompanied Herbert Hoover and investment banker Herbert Lehman to Poland to bring food and clothing to those in need. <br><br>After World War I, Poale Zion in Palestine was merged by David Ben-Gurion into the Achdut Ha'avoda party which eventually became Mapai of which Golda Meir was a member and later secretary-general. Zuckerman, leader of the American Poale Zion, was one of the founders and officers of the American Jewish Congress and president of the Labor Zionist Organization of America which Meir joined in 1915. After Nina and Baruch Zuckerman and their daughters moved to Jerusalem in 1932, their house became a meeting place for the leaders of the Zionist Movement. Golda Meir had to go back to America with her two children because her daughter Sara had kidney trouble for which suitable treatment was not available in Palestine. Her husband Morris Meyerson, who stayed behind, moved in with the Zuckermans. "Everyone thought Morris Meyerson was our father because our father was never home," recalls Baruch's younger daughter Nomi. In 1937, Nomi Zuckerman graduated high school and went to study at a teacher's seminary in Tel Aviv. Golda Meir had already returned so Nomi moved in with Golda's family and helped to run the household, "although," recalled Nomi, "Golda baked the Shabbat cake." While his wife and daughters remained in Palestine, Baruch Zuckerman's many activities as an emissary precluded him from residing in Israel until his retirement in 1956. <br><br>

      [Bookseller: University Archives]
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        London's Country Village Life.

      London: London Transport, 1957.(). Color lithograph poster. 103 x 64 cm. In painted wood frame. 257/ 266M/ 2500. Printed by Curwin Press, Plaistow. Reproduced in: Green, Underground Art, at page 114.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        Voodoo Island.

      Hollywood, Calif.: United Artists, 1957.(). Color poster. Mounted on linen. One sheet. B condition. Director: Reginald Le Borg. Writing credits: Richard H. Landau. Credited cast: Boris Karloff, Phillip Knight, Beverly Tyler, Sarah Adams. Quite different than Fantasy Island.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        The Alexandria Quartet [Justine/Balthazar/Mountolive/Clea] - a superb set

      Faber, 1957. All first edition, first printings, published by Faber between 1957-60 (with no mention of subsequent printings). Comprising: JUSTINE Published by: Faber and Faber in 1957. Bound in original red boards with gilt/gold lettering to the spine with no inscriptions, marks or stamps whatsoever. A fine book. In a very good+/near fine FIRST ISSUE (later issues had the hand-print mimicking the front cover design to the spine of the dust wrapper and review for 'White Eagles Over Serbia' being the last review on the rear panel). Small creasing to the spine tips with one small internal repair to a closed tear at the top of the spine. Not price clipped showing 15s as called for. Some light chipping to corners and some browning to the spine. BALTHAZAR Published by: Faber and Faber in 1958. Bound in blue boards with gilt/gold lettering to the spine. Tightly bound without inscriptions. A fine book. In a near fine unclipped first issue wrapper. With minor chips to the corners. A little browning to the spine. Not price clipped. MOUNTOLIVE Published by: Faber and Faber in 1958. Bound in yellow boards with gilt/gold lettering to the spine. Tightly bound. A fine book in fine unclipped wrapper (first issue). CLEA Published by: Faber and Faber in 1960. Bound in orange boards with gilt/gold lettering to the spine. Tightly bound. A fine book. In a near unclipped wrapper - a little faded to the spine. A rare set of all four first editions in the Alexandria Quartet and the author's masterpiece.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        ohne Titel

      1957 - Gouache auf Karton, links unten signiert, Größe: 33 x 25 cm, Rahmen: 53 x 45 cm. Die Gouache ist in der K.O. Götz und Rissa Stiftung registriert. Sie wird in das in Vorbereitung befindliche Werkverzeichnis der Arbeiten auf Papier aufgenommen. Wir danken Herrn Joachim Lissmann für freundliche Auskünfte

      [Bookseller: Michael Draheim]
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        On the Road

      New York: The Viking Press, 1957. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, first printing. Fine, with a small scuff to edge of page block and very light wear to cloth at spine ends. White title stamping is very sharp and bright. In a Near Fine first issue dust jacket with publisher's price intact, light rubbing (mainly along the folds), light wear at spine ends, and a thin strip of light offsetting along the bottom edge of the blank verso and fronts of flaps, seemingly from an old-style dust jacket sleeve. A stunning copy of the defining work of the Beat Generation.

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books ]
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        Braque - Espaces: 13 Dessins, Lavis, Aquarelles

      Paris / Greenwich: Au Vent d'Arles / New York Graphic Society, 1957. Limited ed. loose in folder. Very Good. Number 157 of 300 copies. 1957. 13 color plates by Braque, reproduced in pochoir by Daniel Jacomet, plus text. Also includes a linen chemise with color cover design produced especially for this edition. All contents housed in large clamshell slipcase with title label. Plates measure 16 x 19.5 inches (41 x 50 cms). Very Good generally. Occasional foxing to the plates, one or two with heavier spotting, but it is mostly confined to the margins. This is a very large and heavy book that may require extra postage for international orders. A rare and beautiful collection.

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB]
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        TEATRO

      SANSONI, 1957. ITALIANO 1 Notevole Volume con sovraccoperta in carta con piccoli strappi al bordo inferiore e superiore. Dorso stanco. Minimo strappo alla quarta. Coperta in tela color beije con titoli d'oro. Taglio leggermente ingiallito. Testi chiari. Traduzioni del volume dovute a F. Bajocchi, S. Baldi, P. Bardi, E. Cecchi, G. S. Garganò, R. Piccoli, M. Praz, A. Ricci, A. Zanco sotto la direzione di Mario Praz. USATO

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        from the Green Box. Translated and with a preface by George Heard Hamilton.

      New Haven. The Readymade Press. 1957. Auflage: 400 Exemplare. 22 x 14 cm. OPappband mit OUmschlag. Umschlag an der oberen Kante mit wenigen kleinen Fehlstellen und kleinen Läsuren. Sonst noch sehr gutes Exemplar. Begleitbuch zur Edition \"Green Box\" (1934) von Duchamp. Mit 25 ins englische übertragenen Notizen von Marcel Duchamp. Versand D: 3,00 EUR 20. Jahrhundert / 20th Century, Amerika / America, Frankreich / France, Kunst, Konzeptkunst, Künstlerbücher

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Querido - Kunst und Fotograf]
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        Werke). 18 Bände (alles).

      München Winkler-Verlag (-82) 1957 - Mit zahlreichen Tafeln und Textabbildungen nach Zeichnungen von H. K. Browne, George Cattermole, George Cruikshank u. a. 19 x 12 cm. Flexible oliv- bzw. hellgrüne Original-Lederbände (farblich abweichend, nur vereinzelt etwas berieben und fleckig) mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln, Rückenfileten und Deckelmonogrammen sowie Kopfgoldschnitt. (Winkler-Weltliteratur Dünndruckausgabe). (036). Die vollständige Folge in der Ganzlederausgabe. - Mit den Illustrationen der Erstausgabe. - Die Titel der einzelnen Bände lauten: Aufzeichnungen aus Amerika / Bilder aus Italien; Barnaby Rudge; Bleakhaus; Das Geheimnis des Edwin Drood; David Copperfield; Der Raritätenladen; Die Pickwickier; Dombey und Sohn; Eine Geschichte zweier Städte / Harte Zeiten; Grosse Erwartungen; Klein Dorrit; Londoner Skizzen; Martin Chuzzlewit; Master Humphreys Wanduhr (Rückenbeschriftung in anderer Schrifttype); Nicholas Nickleby; Oliver Twist; Unser gemeinsamer Freund; Weihnachtserzählungen. - Von guter Gesamterhaltung. - Komplett, wie hier, in Ganzleder sehr selten! [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Sächsisches Auktionshaus & Antiquariat]
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        Illustrations to the Bible.

      Trianon Press. 1957. Folio, with 9 colour plates and 156 illustrations, Original quarter morocco, a very good copy (issued without a slipcase) Limited to 460 copies,this No. 371. This was the first time that Blake's Biblical illustrations had been brought together. The catalogue raisonné was compiled by Sir Geoffrey Keynes and comprises virtually every Biblical painting by Blake in existence. Bentley, Blake Books, 681

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        Kiss And Kill

      Boardman, 1957. Paperback. Used; Good. Paperback; English language; 8- over 5.75" - 6.75" Tall; good condition. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. All international orders are sent airmail.

      [Bookseller: Sunrise Books Ltd]
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        Promotional Booklet for Jamie and Mardi-Gras Records. Circa 1960

      [No place]. Near Fine. Bradbound printed wrappers. 12.5" x 12.5". Light wear on the wrappers, very good or better; internally fine. Contains 27 inserts that consist of high gloss album cover art and the sleeve art for a few 7" records for music produced by Jamie Records and their "bargain" label Mardi-Gras Records (the cover lists several other small independent companies including Gone Records, Gone Latin, Goldisc, and End Records, most of which were owned or founded by George Goldner between 1957-1962). The first four inserts in the book are for the Duane Eddy album "Have Twangy Guitar Will Travel" and the sleeve art for three 7" records by Eddy, "Detour" (both mono and stereo) and "Yep!" Aside for one more Eddy album, and a few "easy listening" albums, almost all - certainly way more than half - consists of the art for Latin music, almost always identified in the title as "cha cha cha" music, including Joe Cuba and Orchestra, Sonny Rossi and the Concord Hotel Orchestra, La Playa Sextet, Al Castellanos, Johnny Conquet and Orchestra, and Emilio Reyes. Certainly rare, and probably unique documentation and an interesting evocation of Latin music in the early 1960s.

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        LA TRADIZIONE MANOSCRITTA DI SENECA TRAGICO ALLA LUCE DELLE TESTIMONIANZE MEDIOEVALI ATTI DELLA ACCADEMIA NAZIONALE DEI LINCEI ANNO CCCLIV. MEMORIE

      ROMA: ACCADEMIA NAZIONALE DEI LINCEI, 1957. BROSSURA. BUONO. 18 27. CLASSE DI SCIENZE MORALI, STORICHE E FILOLOGICHE USATO

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        SHOWCASE COMICS #10 1957-SUPERMAN'S GIRLFRIEND LOIS LANE-2nd solo- VG

      1957 - *2nd solo Lois Lane issue. *Glossy cover, slight spine roll. Condition: VG

      [Bookseller: DTA Collectibles]
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        Letter from a Master Addict to Dangerous Drugs

      (N.-pl.): The British Journal of Addiction, [1957]. First Edition. Trade Paperback Trade Paperback. Fine. Pp. 119-131 (plus a final blank page). Stapled sheets. A letterpress off-print from the British Journal of Addiction, vol. 53, no. 2. Burrough's second separate publication, one of the most widely cited first-hand accounts of drug use. In this letter, written in response to a request from a physician, Burroughs describes the effects of opiates of all sorts, cocaine, marijuana, benzedrene, peyote, Yage, nutmeg, and scopolomine. He also describes various methods used by addicts to break the opiate habit. One of the scarcest and most desireable Burroughs items, often reported to have had a print run of 50 copies, although your humble cataloguer could find no factual basis for this claim. First edition. Stapled very slightly rusted, else fine.

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        THE SELECTED LETTERS OF WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS

      McDowell, Obolensky (1957), New York - Wallace A35. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the poet "For my good friend/Peter Sammartino/with affectionate greetings" in his very shaky hand. Sammartino, as president of Rutgers University, presented an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree to Williams in 1959. Williams contributed a poem to a pamphlet published in 1959 and not noted by Wallace entitled "Dinner in Honor of Dr. Peter Sammartino." Near Fine in moderately worn, Very Good dustwrapper with a small stain on the front [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        The Sound of Waves

      Secker & Warburg, London., 1957. First U.K. edition. Translated by Meredith Weatherby. Octavo. pp [iv], 183. Inscribed on the front free endpaper by the author to Angus Wilson: "To Angus with the author's best wishes Yukio - 23 March 1965". Mishima was a friend of Wilson and stayed at his Suffolk cottage on one of his visits to England. In the bottom margin of the last page is a public library sale stamp which presumably indicates how Wilson came to own the book in the first place. The inscription was no doubt made at the time of the Suffolk visit.Several page corners turned down. Stain to top edge. Very good in good, nicked and slightly rubbed dustwrapper a bit faded at the spine and with a fingernail-size chip at top of front panel.

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        On Poetry and Poets

      London: Faber and Faber, 1957. 8vo. [8], 262 pp. Original blue cloth; printed dust jacket. Closed tear at top of front panel, some light chipping at ends of spine panel. FIRST EDITION. A FINE ASSOCIATION COPY, WITH A REVEALING LETTER BY ELIOT. Louis Untermeyer's copy, with newspaper clippings neatly pinned and laid-in at front and with a TLS from Eliot mounted on the pastedown, 16 August 1961. Eliot replies to the author-editor's request for a submission of a 6-10 page typescript, with an advance of $1,000, intended for children. "I am afraid I cannot run to that length for a script intended for children of 6 to 8. Nor do I believe I could or should try to compose a children's story limited to a vocabulary of 250 words laid down in advance. I have only written verse for children, and I have always maintainted the view, judging from the children of my acquaintance, is correct, that children like long and euphonious words, without understanding them. Indeed, for me as a child, and I am sure for any intelligent child who likes reading the new and unknown words are part of the fun. They may even be words that the child would not use until it is grown up. So I am afraid I cannot be one of your distinguished contributors." Untermeyer and his wife Bryna Ivens Untermeyer created a number of books for young people in the series Golden Treasury of Children's Literature. He edited for the Crowell-Collier Press the Modern Masters for Children Series in the 1960s. It is most likely for this that he solicited a submission from Eliot. Eliot's most famous work for children was 'Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats' [1939]. Gallup A69.

      [Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts]
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