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        The Cat in the Hat

      Random House, 1957. State: This is variant 3 with shiny, glazed paper boards & "195/195" on DJ front flap, 61 pages. Moderate wear along edges - mainly spine & corners, name on front paste down marked out, FFEP soiled/foxed along fore edge, rear eps soiled//foxed along edges, gift inscription on top margin copyright page, light spotty discoloration shows on white areas of rear panel. DJ worn with small chips at spine/corners, fine creases, moderate spotty discoloration shows on white of rear panel. The dust jacket on this book has been protected with an archival quality cover. Book comes with custom made clamshell box .. First Edition. Hardcover. Good +/Good.

      [Bookseller: The Bookbums at Ish Kabibble Books]
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        How the Grinch Stole Christmas

      New York: Random House, 1957 - SEUSS, DR. HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS. NY:Random House (1957). 4to, glazed pict. bds, Fine in sl. worn dw. First ed. based on price and ads. Wonderful illustrations by Seuss. Nice copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Jungle Song

      Bankok: (Frederic Prokosch). 1957. First. First edition. Batik self-wrappers with gold foil label. 12mo. Fine. One of 44 copies, this copy letter "C" is one of ten lettered copies in browned patterned paper. Inscribed by the author on the front fly with a Christmas greeting. In original mailing envelope hand-addressed by Prokosch (on which an old ink bookseller's description and price appears). A brief poem, one of the author's rare "butterfly books". Prokosch was an American novelist of remarkable promise who later fell under a cloud for manufacturing some spurious "rare first editions", which he did while experimenting with the handpress he used to manufacture the butterfly books. Additionally he reprinted some of the books between 1978-1980, but the provenance of this book, and the owner's notes that accompany the book indicate that it was obtained in the 1950s. His reputation has suffered despite the fact that his books were both a critical and popular success at the time of publication. OCLC locates five copies. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        9 eigenh. Briefe mit U. und 1 eh. Postkarte mit U.

      Murnau, 3. III. 1950 bis 7. III. 1957. - 22 SS. Meist folio und die Karte. Gelocht. An den Kunsthändler Alex Vömel in Düsseldorf wegen Ausstellungen ihrer Werke. „[.] Soeben bekomme ich überraschend nett einen Brief von Herrn u. Frau Vogts. Sie kennen Frau Vogts von früher als Frau Dr. Walter Cohen. Er, der Regierungsrat hat in Basel mich auf der Ausstell[ un]g ‘Der Bl[aue] Reiter’ wiederentdeckt u. beide fragen interessiert [.] nach dem Verbleib des Bildnisses, das ich 1932 von Fr. C. malte. Die beiden werden verblüfft sein, wenn ich Ihnen jetzt meinen Katalog schicke, in dem das Bild steht, u. wenn sie erfahren, daß es gerade jetzt in ihrer alten Stadt ausgestellt ist. Sie wollen das Bild gern erwerben [.]" (3. III. 1950). - „[.] Es war sehr schade, daß die ‘Straße in’s Gebirge’ auch bei der Ausstellung in Krefeld gefehlt hat. Wir hatten doch verabredet, daß das Bild dorthin käme u. Sie hatten es dort auch schon angekündigt. Was können es für Schwierigkeiten gewesen sein, daß es schliesslich doch nicht abgegangen ist? Der Verkauf ist nicht zustande gekommen, u. wie ich aus Aachen höre, hat der Interessent die Kaufabsicht aufgegeben [.]" (29. VII. 1950). – „[.] Holzschnitte von den Nabis haben wir nicht, wohl aber einige von Kandinsky, von denen wir aber nichts zu veräußern beabsichtigten. Immerhin wäre es interessant zu erfahren, wie hoch solche vorabstrakten Arbeiten bewertet werden [.]" (10. VI. 1951). - „[.] Ich habe jetzt viele Bilder in meiner Kollektion, die nach der Münchner Ausstellung soeben auf weitere Turnee geht, u. habe verschiedene Bilder auf andren Ausstellungen, so daß mein disponibler Vorrat schon knapper wird. Trotzdem kann ich Ihnen ein paar voll repräsentable Bilder schicken: 1. Mädchen mit Zöpfen, 1909 / 2. Sie und Weiher, 1932 / 3. Heiteres Blumenbild, 1949. 4. Rosa Zinerarie 1952 [.]" (3. VII. 1952). - „[.] Wenn Sie nichts verkauft haben, will ich Ihnen gern eine Zuwendung machen, u. bin damit einverstanden, daß Sie den ‘Brunnen in Stockholm’ bekommen [.]" (7. III. 1957). - Beiliegend ein gedrucktes Billett mit U.; Dank für Glückwünsche zu ihrem 80. Geburtstag (ebenfalls gelocht).

      [Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH]
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        PALATINA - 1957-1966 tutto il pubblicato (con importanti scritti di PIER PAOLO PASOLINI, C.E. GADDA, ANTONIO DELFINI), Parma, La Nazionale, 1957

      - cm.17 x cm.23,5 , br., pp.100-120 per fasc.- tutti in ottime condizioni con le copertine conservate. Rivista trimestrale di lettere ed arti, diretta dal grande critico Roberto Tassi, aveva nella redazione nomi come Attilio Bertolucci , Gian Carlo Artoni, Giorgio Cusatelli , Francesco Squarcia e Giuseppe Tonna, poi in seguito anche Gian Carlo Conti e Mario Lavagetto. La splendida rivista è una autorevole prova di come sia sottile il confine tra letteratura ed arte, specialmente a questi livelli ! .Il periodico apri' in modo illuminato ad altri scrittori e letterati come Delfini, Pasolini, D'Arzo, Gadda, Banti, Sereni, Citati e tantissimi altri, senza trascurare stranieri come Leo Spitzer, Michel Butor, Jean Starobinski ecc., divenendo un sicuro punto di riferimento per la cultura italiana degli anni 60. Per anni è stata, indebitamente, considerata una rivista a carattere locale, ma il tempo ha reso giustizia. Dal Fac.n. 1 del genn - marzo 1957 al fasc. n. 33 del genn-marzo 1966- In tutto sono 29 fascicoli perchè alcuni sono a numerazione doppia.

      [Bookseller: Ferraguti service s.a.s. - Rivisteria]
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        Achter glas.

      Amsterdam, Uitgeverij v/h C. de Boer Jr., 1957 - Amsterdam, Uitgeverij v/h C. de Boer Jr., 1957. Gilt lettered cloth-covered boards (hardcover) with photo-pictorial dustjacket, 29,8 x 24,2 cms., (96) pp., throughout illustrated (84 photogravures), two reproductions of colour linocuts executed by Georgette Apol, accompanying text in Dutch, photo-illustrated endpapers. Apart from some minimal discoloration on front dustjacket a very fine copy, hardly to be found. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE TASTE OF ASHES

      New York: Simon and Schuster,. 1957. Octavo,. cloth-backed boards.. Text paper tanned, a very good plus copy in about near fine dust. jacket with a touch of shelf wear and rubbing at edges. (#126391). First edition. Signed inscription by Browne to a mystery bookseller; "For - - / whom I tolerate only because / he's a bookseller / Howard Browne / 4 /16 / 88." Signed again on the title page by Browne. A short typed note dated 1982 from Browne declining an invitation to BoucherCon and saying he is working on a new book, PORK CITY (published by St. Martin's Press in 1988) is laid in. The next to last Paul Pine novel, this one published under his own name, thought by some the best of the series. Pronzini and Muller, 1001 Midnights: The Aficionado's Guide to Mystery and Detective Fiction, pp. 96- 7. Pederson (ed), St. James Guide to Crime & Mystery Writers (4th edition), pp. 116-17.

      [Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.]
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        The Taste of Ashes

      New York: Simon and Schuster. 1957. First. First edition. Pages browned, as always, else near fine in a very good dustwrapper with a couple of small nicks and tears. Inscribed by the author: "For Tom and Juanita. Best always, Howard." The recipient was Thomas Wakefield Blackburn, an author of western novels, and a writer for both film and television (Sugarfoot, Maverick, The Virginian, Daniel Boone, and Davy Crockett among others). Hardboiled detective Paul Pine is called upon to save an old lady from a blackmailer. Fourth and final Paul Pine mystery written by the author using his real name (he wrote three other Pine mysteries as John Evans) and considered by many to be in a class with Raymond Chandler's later works. Very scarce signed. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Dali on Modern Art [Inscribed by Dali]

      NY: Dial Press, 1957. Paperback. Very good. First Edition. Near fine hardback in a near fine and much nicer than usually seen example of the jacket. Elaborately inscribed on the half title with a small sketch of two people(?) drawn on the facing blank. Possibly a review copy as the publisher's name is stamped in ink on the bottom of the front free endpaper.

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Mallory Bookseller. ABAA]
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        Humphrey Bogart

      Los Angeles: The Seiler Press. 1957. First. First edition. 12mo. Tipped-in frontispiece portrait of Bogart. Fine, issued without dustwrapper. Text of Huston's eulogy for Bogart, read at the Memorial Services in Beverly Hills, January 17, 1957. Huston collaborated with Bogart on several notable films including the classics The Maltese Falcon, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, Key Largo, and The African Queen. Very scarce. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        ENCOUNTER (Magazine). May 1957 - May 1986,

      London.: Encounter Ltd., 1957. ... THIS IS FOR 311 VOLUMES... May 1957, Vol. VIII No. 5; Jan. 1958 Vol. X No. 1- Dec. 1958 Vol. XI No. 6; March 1959 Vol. XII No. 3 - March 1961 Vol. XVI No. 3; Aug. 1961 Vol. XVII No. 2; March 1962 Vol. XVIII No. 3 - June 1965 Vol. XXIV No. 6; Aug. 1965 Vol. XXV No. 2 - Oct. 1966 Vol. XXVII No. 4; Dec. 1966 Vol. XXVII No. 6 - Jan. 1967 Vol XXVIII No. 1; March 1967 Vol. XXVIII No. 3 - Oct. 1967 Vol. XXIX No. 4; Dec. 1967 Vol. XXIX No. 6 - March 1968 Vol. XXX No. 3; May 1968 Vol. XXX No. 5 - June 1972 Vol. XXXVIII No. 6; Aug. 1972 Vol. XXXIX No. 2 - Sept/Oct 1985 Vol. LXV No. 3; Jan 1986 Vol. LXVI No. 1 - May 1986 Vol. LXVI No. 5... "'Encounter' was a literary magazine founded in 1953 and was a largely Anglo-American intellectual and cultural journal, originally associated with the anti-Stalinist left. The magazine received covert funding from the Central Intelligence Agency."... Some issues have foxing to wrappers, however the majority are in very good condition... Additional shipping and handling will apply for weight... From a former University Professor's collection.... Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Designing Woman (Original poster)

      Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], Beverly Hills, CA 1957 - American one sheet film poster for the witty 1950s romantic comedy, "Designing Woman," directed by Vincente Minnelli, written for the screen by George Wells, and starring Gregory Peck and Lauren Bacall. Style B, with striking original illustration of Bacall and Peck by Kapulick. Folded, 27 x 41 inches (105 x 89 centimeters). Fine condition, with only a couple of tiny pinholes at the corners to note.

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        Signed Check Payable to Empire Office Furniture Company

      New York. Very Good. 1957. First. Typescript. 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Signed by Author .

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        Kwartalnik geologiczny = [Geological quarterly] TOM 1: No. 2 (1957) // TOM 3: No. 2 (1959) // TOM 5: No. 3 (1961) // TOM 6 No. 1-4 (1962) // TOM 7 No. 1-4 (1963) //TOM 8 No. 1-4 (1964) //TOM 9 No. 1-4 (1965) // TOM 10 No. 1-4 (1966) // TOM 15 No. 1-4 (1971) //TOM 16 No. 3, 4 (1972) //

      Wydawn Geologiczne 1957-1972, Warszawa - original Broschuren, gr.-8°, Bibliothekstempel / bibliotheekstempel / cachet de bibliothèque / librarystamp; Einzelbände ggf. Einzelhefte auf Anfrage pl 14000 Buch

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        Memory and her Nine Daughters The Muses/a Pretext for Printing cast Into the mould of a dialogue in Four chapters (limited and inscribed)

      George Wittenborn/inc., New York 1957 - Two hundred and fifty-two copies have been printed at the hand press by carolyn hammer, victor hammer has set the pages. This is copy number 203. This has been inscribed for R.C. Riebel (my grandfather) signed from VICTOR HAMMER 28.V. 58 Lexington, Ky. Beautiful cream paper covered boards with printing in red and black. Spine printing: hammer: 4 dialogues in red. Fabulous hand made paper with untrimmed edged and front and back endpapers unopened. Dust jacket is cream with black wood cut design of A diagram of measurements and Auxiliar lines of theThe front wall of the Chapel in KolBsheim - to front cover and back cover with black printing discussing Victor Hammer. Original price of $9.50 on inside flap of D.J. 107 pages. The same woodcut is before the first page in the book. Both dust jacket and book are in FINE condition. I would be happy to send more detailed photographs on request. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Laura's Rare Books]
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        L'éperon d'argent - Illustré de deux dessins originaux et 76 eaux-fortes de Jacqes DESPIERRE

      Les Bibliophiles Franco-Suisses, Paris 1957 - - PRESENTATION : Deux volumes in-4 en feuilles sous étuis et chemises. - ILLUSTRATION : Par Jacques DESPIERRE : Deux dessins originaux au crayon et à l'encre, signés & Deux menus, illustrés chacun d'une gravure à l'eau-forte & 74 gravures à l'eau-forte au fil de l'ouvrage. - TIRAGE : Tirage limité à 125 exemplaires numérotés. - DIMENSIONS : deux volumes 26 x 34cm. - PAPIER : Vélin BFK Rives. - ETAT : Excellent, étuis un peu frottés. AUTRES PHOTOS SUR DEMANDE [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        PECHEURS DES QUATRE MERS

      1957 - broché in-quarto à l'italienne (paperback oblong in-quarto), dos crème légèrement abîmé (white spine - lightly damaged), première de couverture rempliée - très légèrement défraîchie - ornée d'une petite illustration en couleurs par (front cover - very lightly faded - illustrated in colours by) Jacques Nathan, tranches lisses (smooth edges), illustrations in et hors-texte - en couleurs et en noir - réalisées avec des Encres Lorilleux - de Albert Brenet - Marin-Marie - Mathurin Méheut (bandeaux et culs-de-lampes - headpieces and tailpieces), 308 pages, 1957 à Nantes Edité par l'Imprimerie Moderne Beuchet et Vanden Brugge, édition originale (original edition), bon état ( good condition) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Medicine and the Navy 1200-1900. Introduction by Sir Henry Dale. NEAR FINE SET IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPERS

      Livingstone, 1957[-1963]. 4 vols., 8vo., First Edition, with 3 frontispiece and numerous plates and charts (a number folding), neat signature on front free endpapers, faint tape marks on free endpapers of two volumes; navy cloth, backstrips blocked and lettered in gilt and red, a near fine set in unclipped dustwrapper, the wrappers sunned as usual at backstrips. Vol. I: 1200-1649; Vol. II: 1649-1714; Vo1. III: 1714-1815; Vol. IV: 1815-1900. Lovely set of the standard reference. COMPLETE SETS ARE VERY SCARCE, ESPECIALLY IN THIS CONDITION. . Catalogs: naval: to 1914.

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        El Fantasma.

      Sociedad de Bibliofilos Argentinos (1957), Buenos Aires - 66 pp. 4to. Loose quires in printed wrappers within blue paper-covered board portfolio and with original blue slip case. Illus. with 4 lithographs and 2 in text drawings. Frontis lithograph signed by the illustrator. No. 6 of 92 numbered copies (of a run of 100) printed on Charter Eggshell paper by Francisco A. Colombo. Raúl Veroni (1913-1992), Argentine artist and printer, illustrated a large number of books, especially works of poetry. Jorge Roberto Payró (1867-1928) was an Argentine writer and journalist who wrote this story, The Ghost, under a pseudonym, Pago Chico. Colombo Fine Printing 270. Colombo: L'art du livre 265. A fine copy in original glassine covered wrappers in a fine portfolio, in lightly rubbed slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        If All Men Were Beggars

      London: MacGibbon & Kee. 1957. First. First English edition. Translated by P.D. Cummins. Top corners bumped, else very good in near fine dustwrapper with a little age-toning, and a couple small nicks and tears. Author's fourth book, like the first three, set among the lowly of Egypt. Very nicely Inscribed by the author in French to American expatriate author James Jones and his wife Gloria. Although Cossery did a limited and signed edition of another title in 1981, we have never seen an inscribed copy of one of his books, let alone with such a nice association. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        Atlas Shrugged

      New York: Random House, 1957 First edition, first printing. Publisher's green cloth, with the author's initials stamped to the front board in gilt, spine stamped in black and gilt; in the original pictorial dust jacket designed by George Salter, with an illustration of a train track and railway underpass to the front panel, lettered in white and pink, photograph of the author by Phyllis Cerf to the rear panel. Fine book; unclipped dust jacket, with some light wear and rubbing to the extremities, bright and unfaded spine, tiny nick to the front hinge, fresh panels. A superb copy. Atlas Shrugged is Ayn Rand's fourth and last novel, and it is also her longest book. Set in a fictional dystopian future, Atlas Shrugged paints a picture of what the United States would look like if its best skilled workers, in refusal of being taxed, simply stopped doing their jobs. The title comes from the mythological figure of the Titans named Atlas, who was charged by the gods to hold up the sky and is often depicted as carrying the weight of the world on his shoulders. Of all Rand's novels, Atlas Shrugged is the most infused with her personal philosophical system called Objectivism, which she would later outline in her 1961 For the New Intellectual.. Illus. by Salter, George. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Dust Jacket Included.

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        DANDELION WINE .

      Garden City: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1957 - Octavo, cloth. First edition. Signed by Bradbury. "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. Former owner's stamp to bottom edge of text block, several wrinkles to cloth at lower edge of spine panel, lower corner tips rubbed, some light soiling to rear cover, a very good copy in very good dust jacket with light wear at head and tail of the spine panel and corner tips, some rubbing along front spine fold, several small nicks and abrasions to lower edge of spine panel, and light dust soiling to rear panel. (#89127) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        THE HUNGER AND OTHER STORIES

      Putnam 1957 - Authors first book; boldly signed by Beaumont on front free end paper. Barest trace of wear to about 1" at bottom edge of fragile paper covered boards else FINE in FINE dust jacket. Books signed by Beaumont are rarely encountered. Digital pics of any of our books available on request. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Sun and Shadow

      Kenneth J Carpenter: Quenian Press, Berkeley 1957 - One of about ninety copies (the limitation unstated) of this delicate chapbook, the first separate edition of a story that had earlier appeared in THE GOLDEN APPLES OF THE SUN (1953). SUN AND SHADOW was the first consciously artistic treatment of Bradbury's work by a small press. Yet, intended in the spirit of ephemera (a gift "for members of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco and other friends"), it steers clear of the stale sense of "manufactured rarity" that hangs around many of Bradbury's later limited editions, which often seem to be limited just for the sake of being so. The soft paper wraps are slightly rumpled; still near fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: William Miglore]
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        Atlas Shrugged (First Edition | Dust Jacket)

      Random House, New York 1957 - FIRST EDITION, first printing, 8vo. With priced clipped DJ, with 10/57 on front flap and back flap with the address of the publisher that reads: "Random House, Inc. 457 Madison Avenue, New York 22, New York". Blue-green topstain, cream colored endpapers. Pagination to 1168, blank page, and two pages of text 'About the Author'. Previous owner's name stamped in ink on first page, priced clipped DJ. DH with wear, small tears and losses. Overall an EXCELLENT book in an VERY GOOD brodart protected dust jacket. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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.

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        Portraitphotographie mit eigenh. U.

      München, 1957.. 240:180 mm. Leichte Knickspuren.. Ausdrucksstarkes Brustbild in Dirigierpose. Photographie: F. Timpe, München. - Strawinsky dirigierte am 4.10.1957 bei einem "Musica Viva"-Sonderkonzert im Deutschen Museum, eigene Werke, darunter "Concert in D für Streichorchester" (1946) u. "Apollon Musagete" Ballett in zwei Teilen (neue Fassung 1947).

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        CRITERIO, mensile di cultura, societ? e politica (diretto da Carlo Ragghianti)- 1957-1958 TUTTO IL PUBBLICATO, Venezia, Neri Pozza, 1957

      - 15 x 22, brossura gialla, pagine variabili. L'interessante periodico edito da Neri Pozza, viaggia quasi in parallelo al famoso MONDO di Pannunzio, avendo però importanti protagonisti anche del mondo artistico, coordinati dal grande direttore RAGGHIANTI. Ecco alcuni dei collaboratori : Carlo Antoni, Franco Cingano, Carlo Falcoiini,Max Ascoli, Giorgio Melchiori, Benvenuto Terracini, Raffaello Fraachini, Antonio Russi, Luigi Salvatorelli, Giuseppe Raimondi, Enzo Tafgliacozzo, Umberto Morra, Leo Valiani, Franco R izzo. Massimo Salvadori, Vittorio Stella, Agostino Lombardo, Mario Corsi, Giovanni Ferrara, Mario Tobino, e tanti altri. La rivista operò dal numero 1 del gennaio 1957, al numero 5-6 del maggio -giugno 1968. Prima annata (dal num. 1 al num. 12 pp. 1000 Seconda annata dal num. 1 al n. 5-6 pp. 428 Presentiamo una versione tutta a fascicoli sciolti e lìaltra in tre volumi con rilegatura editoriale in tela gialla e cop. originali gialle conservate. TUTTO IL PUBBLICATO Entrambe prezzo identico a euro

      [Bookseller: Ferraguti service s.a.s. - Rivisteria]
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        PROGRESS FILMPROGRAMM. Konvolut von 72 Kinderfilmprogrammen

      Berlin Progress-Filmvertrieb, 1957-1970.. (ca. 20 x 14,5 cm). In Priv. HLwd.-Mappe. Sehr guter Zustand; Nicht gelocht!; Teilweise Postadresse auf Umschlag gestempelt.. Aus dem Inhalt: 1958: M1 Zauber der Natur. K2 Bruder und Schwester. M3 Hier lebte lenin. M4 Unsichtbaren Feinden auf der Spur. K5 Abenteuer in Bamsdorf. K10 Fiete im Netz. K11 Vom Käptn Spatz bis zum naschhaften Entchen. K13 Das gefiederte Geschenk. K16 Die Schneesturmhexe. K17 der kleine Bärenführer. K18 Die Gefangenen der Pantherschlucht. M19 Im Stillen Ozean. M18 Unter heißer Sonne. M22 Zirkusartisten. 23 Schwanensee. M25 Arena der Freundschaft. K26 Der Wunderbogen. K27 Die Schneekönigin. K28 Die zwölf Monate. K30 Der Schatz unter der Palme. K31 Ein bunter Bilderbogen. K32: Abenteuer des gestiefelten Katers. K33 Rauch über der Insel. K34 Der Kapitän der alten Schildkröte. Wie der Maulwurf zu seinem Höschen kam. Der Torwart wohnt in unserer Strasse. 1959: 1 Der Weg nach Tibet. K3 Fuchs und Igel. K4 Natürlich die Nelli! K5 Ein ungewöhnlicher Tag. K6 Über uns die blaue Fahne. K8 Das Feuerzeug. K10 Pinocchios Abenteuer. K11 Sechse kommen durch die ganze Welt. K12 Kutasek und Kutilka auf dem Jahrmarkt. K13 Claudia. K14 Der kleine Kuno. M16 Von Mensch zu Mensch. M17 Asien- Kontinent der Zukunft. K18 Sendetürme im Kinderland. K19 Alltag im Zirkus. K20 Freundchen. K21 Vom mutigen Hans. Wir fahren nach Peking. K24 Der kleine Detektiv. Der verlorene Ball. K27 Sombrero. Galavorstellung. 1960: M2 Ein Sommernachtstraum. M3 Warum der Bär keinen Schwanz hat. K5 Die Achatmurmel. K6 Der neue Fimmel. K8 Von kleinen und großen Tieren. K9 Vom Ungarland zum Eismeer. K11 Rund um die Welt. K23 Auf Dschungelpfaden. K31 Die Heinzelmännchen. K5 Der blinde Vogel. K6 Ferien mit Minka. K7 Der graue Räuber. K9 Das zauberhafte Auto. K11 Ferientage. K12 Die zwei Monddiebe. 1965: K1 Oktoberfreunde. K2 Ein Ferientag voller Abenteuer. K3 Reise in den Traum. K4 Jens und der Kasper. K5 Wer reitet auf dem Pferd? K6 Bummi im Zoo. K7 Der Fußballkapitän. K8 Die Armee der Bachstelze. K9 Der glückliche Zwerg. K10 Achtung, in der Stadt ist ein Zauberer! K11 Das Märchen von der alten Straßenbahn. K12 Die Post. K13 Jugend im Sturm. K14 König Drosselbart. K15 Vom faulen Töpfer und dem fleißigen Wäscher. K16 Wer fährt zur Ausstellung? K17 Der Hund und der Kater. K18 Abenteuer im Zauberwald. K19 Schiffe und Häfen. 1967: K1 Schrubbi, der Bazillenschreck. K2 Das Versteck auf dem Meeresgrund. K3 Madeleine in Odessa. K4 Die Ferien des Bonifazius. K5 Die Stadt der Meister. K6 Tanz für Susanne. K7 Freunde vom Werbellinsee. K8 Früh fliegen die Adler. K9 Die Sache mit dem Kühlschrank. K10 Kurs liegt an. K12 Gut Wind, blauer Vogel! K15 Das Waldhaus. K16 Flash, der Schäferhund. K17 Die Geschichte vom kleinen Muck. K18 Feuer Wasser und Posaunen. 1969: K1 Das erste Abenteuer. K2 Anjutas Weg. K3 Die Giraffe im Fenster. K4 Auf dem Kriegswagen des Feldherrn Zizka. K5 Das Piratenschiff. K6 Die wilden Schwäne. K7 Die Schatzinsel. K8 Die Jungen aus Bungala. K9 Unser Drache Kasimir. K10 Schahin der Falke. 1970: K1 Schneeburgen. K2 Von einem, der auszog, das Gruseln zu lernen. K3 Die Adler Tschapajews. K4 Der Gardinentraum. K5 Die Rakete von Bummelsburg. K6 Die Uhr des Kapitäns Enrico. K7 Es geschah in der Aufklärung. K8 Wir und der Vulkan. K9 Das Schloß hinterm Regenbogen. K10 Im Land der nicht gemachten Schulaufgaben. K11 Die sieben Raben. K12 Der Zauberer. K13 Ein uraltes Märchen. K14 Tischlein, deck dich. In diesem Umfang und Zustand selten auf dem Markt zu finden!

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        The Shakespearean Ciphers Examined: An Analysis of Cryptographic Systems Used as Evidence That Some Author Other Than William Shakespeare Wrote the Plays Commonly Attributed to Him

      Cambridge: at the University Press. 1957. First. First edition. Owner's name front pastedown and a little rubbing on the boards else near fine in fine dustwrapper. Signed by both of the authors. The Friedmans were instrumental in breaking the Japanese naval code during WWII. .

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        Arp [Signed by Hans Arp]

      Paris: Collection Prisme, 1957. Paperback. Very good. Wraps just slightly darkened, otherwise very good in publiher's glassine jacket that has a couple of small closed tears. Signed by Arp in pencil four times on the title page. Housed in a custom clamshell case.

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        Groom's Dream.

      [Northampton, Massachusetts: Grecourt Review, 1957] - Octavo. Original white wrappers. An excellent copy. First edition, sole printing, of the poem that would be retitled "A Dream of Horses" in the collection Lupercal. This is one of a small number of copies off-printed from the Grecourt Review for the use of the publisher and author. Sagar & Tabor write that "The Grecourt Review, like many other periodicals, provided contributors with offprints. They are identical with the magazine texts and of no bibliographical interest". We disagree. Sagar & Tabor C33. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Guerre révolutionnaire et arme psychologique

      Ministère de la Defénse Nationale, Service d'Action Psychologique et d'Information 1957 - Brochure multigraphiée in-4, 26 feuillets agrafés, sous couverture muette bleue. Brillant officier, Charles Lacheroy (1906-2005) a une solide carrière d’officier colonial : sert au 5e bataillon de tirailleurs sénégalais en Afrique occidentale française de 1928 à 1930, au Levant dans les rangs des Méharistes, au Maroc en 1940, en Tunisie et en Mauritanie, devient chef du 4e Bureau de l’état-major du général Salan à Dakar, débarque en Italie en juillet 1944, est affecté à la 9e division d’infanterie coloniale ; après-guerre, placé à la tête du bataillon autonome de Côte d’Ivoire, est nommé à Paris en 1950 à la Section d’études et d’information des troupes coloniales pour la préparation des jeunes officiers devant servir en outre-mer. En 1951, à sa demande, il part combattre en Indochine. De retour à Paris, il est nommé Chef du Service d'Action Psychologique et d'Information de la Défense Nationale. Plus tard, démissionnaire de l’armée, il sera l’un des organisateurs d’un coup d’état contre De Gaulle, condamné à mort par contumace et poussé à l’exil et à la clandestinité, puis amnistié en 1968. C’est son expérience en Indochine qui va lui servir de base à l’élaboration de la théorie de la guerre révolutionnaire dont il est le principal promoteur. Avant de partir en Indochine, son supérieur lui avait pourtant dit : « Vous n’avez plus rien à apprendre là-bas. Rien à apprendre sur le plan stratégique car vous aurez affaire à une stratégie de fourmis qui est complètement dépassée dans les guerres modernes. Rien à apprendre sur le plan de la tactique car vous aurez affaire à une tactique périmée qui s’apparente davantage aux guerres de 70 et 14-18, qu’à celle de 39-45 pourtant déjà si périmée – rien même à apprendre sur le plan de l’emploi des armes car c’est un pays où on les emploie à contre-sens. » Lacheroy a fort peu écrit, notamment sur les conditions qui ont présidé à l’élaboration de sa pensée stratégique en ce domaine. En tant que Chef du Service d’Action Psychologique, il a tenu de nombreuses conférences. Maîtrisant parfaitement son sujet, il prenait le plus souvent la parole sans l’aide de notes. C’est notamment le cas de la conférence du 2 juillet 1957 sur "Guerre révolutionnaire et Arme psychologique", tenue devant 3000 officiers de réserve de la 1ère Région Militaire, dans le grand amphithéâtre de la Sorbonne. Elle fut enregistrée à l’aide d’une bande magnétique et, pour répondre à de nombreuses demandes, retranscrite dans la foulée et multigraphiée pour les officiers. C’est donc un document précieux, au caractère spontané et au style souvent direct, et dont peu d’exemplaires ont subsisté. Lacheroy conclut ainsi : « Nous sommes de nombreux officiers à penser que nous n’aurons peut-être pas de guerre atomique, que nous n‘aurons peut-être pas de guerre conventionnelles, mais des guerres révolutionnaires, hélas, nous en aurons beaucoup, nous en avons déjà ; nous ne faisons que cela. Alors, on voudrait bien que ça ne se termine pas toujours à Genève ! » Quelques passages ont été soulignés au crayon gras de couleurs. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Three Page Typed Letter Signed to John R. Pierce, "the father of the communications satellite"

      Three pages on Campbell's Mountainside, New Jersey stationery, dated 8 January 1957. Signed "John." Lightly folded as mailed, else fine. A fascinating and truly remarkable letter, of approximately 1400 words, with a significant and detailed discussion of rocketry, the possibilities of space travel, and United States scientific research. He discusses the Vanguard rocket, Sputnik, hydrogen bombs, Savannah River, math, Russian superiority in practical rocket constructions, and more. Near the conclusion, Campbell rails against the U.S. scientific establishment: "'Basic Science' John, has oversold itself. We don't need more scientists; we need fewer. Scientists don't need more respect; we'd be better off if scientists had less respect. What we do need is greater respect for the ingenious inventor --- the unpredictable, undependable, unscientific, but remarkably effective innovator." The recipient, John R. Pierce, was a physicist and prolific inventor who was Director of Research at Bell Laboratories. He was frequently referred to as "the father of the communications satellite," leading the team that developed the Telstar satellite, the first active communications satellite to relay phone and television traffic, and which delivered the first live television signals between the U.S. and Europe. He was also an accomplished musician, a pioneer in digital music, and recorded some of the first synthesized music. However, Pierce is probably best known as the man who coined the word "transistor." Under the name J.J. Coupling, he wrote both real science and science-fiction stories for Astounding Science Fiction, a magazine edited by Campbell. Campbell was a physicist, but is better known as one of the most influential editors and practitioners of science-fiction. Isaac Asimov called him "the most powerful force in science fiction ever." As a writer he is most famous for his classic science-fiction story "Who Goes There?" about a shape-shifting alien that invades an Antarctic station, and which was filmed three times as The Thing. A great letter. .

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        AMATE L’ARCHITETTURA (L’Architettura è un cristallo).

      Vitali e Ghianda,, Genova, 1957 - in-8, pp. XVI, 303, bross. edit. con cop. fig. a colori con disegni geometrici di Gio Ponti. Con tavv. Alcune pagine in rosso, verde, grigio, giallo. All’occhietto scherzosa dedica autografa di Gio Ponti. Ottimo esempl. [263]

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        Original pen and ink drawing of Piglet

      Petworth: , 1957. Octavo (177 × 123 mm) headed notepaper of Shepard's house Woodmancote in Lodsworth, near Petworth. Mounted on card, slight mount-burn to the margins, lightly browned, perhaps a little faded, but very good. Autograph letter and original drawing of Piglet, seated on the grass with a dandelion clock; "The Piglet was sitting on the ground at the door of his house blowing happily at a dandelion, and wondering whether it would be this year, next year, some time or never. He had just discovered that it would be never, and was trying to remember what "it" was …" (Winnie-the-Pooh). " To Mr. Gwynne Hughes, 'Since Piglet seems to be your favourite character, I send you his portrait'". Character sketches by Shepard are quite scarce as he famously regretted illustrating Milne's books as he felt that they overshadowed his subsequent career.

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        ELOISE IN PARIS

      - THOMPSON,KAY. ELOISE IN PARIS. NY: Simon & Schuster 1957 (1957). 4to, boards, Fine in dust wrapper. Stated 1st printing. Wonderfully illustrated in color on every page by HILARY KNIGHT. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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