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        Two autograph letters signed to papermaker Thomas Balston, with related correspondence

      [London], 1957. Both 5½" x 7½": The first: "Dear Balston: As you perceive my pen runs smoothly and pleasantly on these excellent sheets of Mould made 1948 vintage. I am grateful to you - even though by giving me the paper you take away my excuse for being in arrears with my correspondence. Yours, Stanley Morison." A pencil note by Thomas Balston in the corner reads: "Sent him [i.e. Morison] Hugh's letter & specimens about Retree." Four typed letters from Hugh [Balston?] are included in this offering, each written to "Cousin Tom" [Balston] regarding Stanley Morison's detailed needs regarding paper: The first letter states: "I am sending you a roll containing about one dozen sheets of our paper in various substances from Large 28 down to Large 11. Normally these people seem to like the very thin paper, but perhaps he may prefer something heavier." In a second letter he writes: "I am glad Mr. Morison is pleased with our specimens...These were all Large Post size and we do not make all these weights in Foolscap...If he does not mind cut edges we can let him have the equivalent of Large 17 in Blue Wove and Cream Wove." Cousin Tom replies (a carbon letter only): "Stanley Morison would like to have 2000 Foolscap sheets, preferably of the Wove II but, if that is not available, of the Wove 17...He likes the colour of the specimen sheets, but would not object to the paper having some tint in it." Hugh writes back to Cousin Tom: "We can supply Mr.Morison with 2,000 sheets of Large Cream Wove 11 and we could cut this to Foolscap size although he would have to pay for the full sheet...There would of course be some waste involved and in view of this perhaps you would prefer to take Retree quality." In the last letter, Hugh notes: "I would rather have Mr. Morison's approval of a sample as I did not mention in my last letter that when this paper is cut quarto the watermark will only appear in two sheets...Finally, you have not given me any instruictiions about the deckle edge." To all this, Morison replies in his second letter:"Without hesitation I accept Cousin Hugh's Retree...Writing on it will make me feel like a Prince of the Holy Roman Empire. I shall be content with it untrimmed." Previous folds; near fine.

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        Fifty-Two Drawings

      George Rainbird, London., 1957. First edition. Large folio. 15 pages of text followed by 50 plates, 13 of which are in colour, printed in photo-litho offset by Van Leer of Amsterdam on Royal Maastricht Cartridge. Frontispiece self-portrait of the artist, printed from the original lithograph by The Curwen Press. Bound by Zaehnsdorf in Japanese vellum-backed brown paper boards. Reproduction of a drawing pasted on upper cover, which is repeated on the half-title. The text is printed on Abbey Mills Suede Text Antique Laid. The book was designed and produced by George Rainbird and Ruari McLean. Number 130 of 150 copies signed by the artist and David Cecil. Also on the colophon page is a presentation inscription: "To S. Jennings Esq., who in 1929 laid the foundation and is, therefore, as much responsible for the production of this book as I am. - R. St. G. Moody - Binder 1961".Prelims just a little spotted. Two corners just a little grazed. Very good indeed in publisher's cloth slipcase which is rubbed and marked.

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        T.S. Eliot Signed Photograph.

      Photograph portrait of Eliot and his wife, Valerie, taken in London, 1957. Inscribed by Eliot to his sister, "For Marian from Tom + Valerie." Also, signed by the photographer. The photograph measures 6.5 inches by 8.5 inches. Matted and framed. The entire piece measures 8 inches by 11 inches. In fine condition. Photographs of Eliot signed and inscribed are rare. T.S. Eliot was an essayist, publisher, playwright, literary and social critic, and "one of the twentieth century's major poets". Eliot attracted widespread attention for his poem "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" (1915), which was seen as a masterpiece of the Modernist movement. It was followed by some of the best-known poems in the English language, including The Waste Land (1922), "The Hollow Men" (1925), "Ash Wednesday" (1930), and Four Quartets (1943).[4] He was also known for his seven plays, particularly Murder in the Cathedral (1935) and The Cocktail Party (1949). He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1948, "for his outstanding, pioneer contribution to present-day poetry."

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        The 5 Great Rules of Selling

      MCGRAW HILL 1957 - signed by the author, inscription on front free endpage To James B. Morgan dated July 1959, Revised and Enlarged Edition, cloth cover has shelf wear along all edges, stain to front cover, corners bumped,dust jacket is torn long top and bottom and along spine, creased, book is clean and tight internally DATE PUBLISHED: 1957 EDITION: SECOND PRINTIN 337 [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        All That Fall

      New York: Grove Press, 1957. Number 10 of a specially bound, limited edition of 25 numbered copies. Signed by Beckett on the limitation page. 59 pages. Lightly sunned along spine and edges of boards. Corners rubbed and lightly bumped. Limitation page tipped-in creating visible brown stain along flattened gutter. Barking Dog Books and Art LLC has been an independent bookseller online since 2002. Orders are processed promptly, carefully packed, and shipped with delivery confirmation.. Signed by Author. Limited Edition - Numbered. Half-cloth. Very Good -/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Original Supplemental Agreement to Winston Churchill's publication contract for A History of the English-Speaking Peoples, signed by Churchill on 18 January 1957 and witnessed and countersigned by Churchill's trusted solicitor, Anthony Moir

      London: Cassell and Company Ltd., 1957. This is an original typed, signed, and witnessed “Supplemental Agreement” to Winston S. Churchill's contract for publication of A History of the English-Speaking Peoples, Churchill's last major published work. The document is printed on a single sheet of heavy stock measuring 17 x 11 inches, folded to make four 8.5 x 11 inch panels, the first three bordered with double red printed rules. Churchill and his solicitor, Anthony F. Moir, both signed the recto of the first panel. Printed text in four lines reads: “SIGNED SEALED AND DELIVERED by the | above-named The Right Hon. Sir | Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill | in the presence of:” Directly to the right, Churchill signed in black “Winston L. S. Churchill”. A .75 inch transparent circular red wax seal overlays the final two letters of his signature. Directly below the printed text is the blue ink signature of “Anthony F. Moir” and three further lines in his hand thus: “10 Pall Mall. | London SW1. | Solicitor”. The third page (recto of the second, folded panel) is blank apart from the printed red border rules. The fourth page (verso of the second panel) serves as the document's title and cover page. It is printed on the right side of a centered, vertical fold in six lines, each underscored in red and hand-dated in blue ink “18th January” beside the typed “1956” which is hand-corrected to read “1957”. Churchill's printed name and honorifics are above “Cassell & Co. Ltd.” in turn above “Supplemental Agreement”. The printed text of the supplemental agreement fills the first panel and contains three provisions. Provision “(a)” references “Clause 10” of the Principal Agreement and a preceding Supplemental Agreement of 17 January 1956. Provision “(b)” specifies that “the Publishers shall dispatch proofs of the Third and Fourth Volumes of “A History of the English-Speaking Peoples… as soon after the thirty first day of January… as the printers can provide them”. The final provision “(c)” merely clarifies that the balance of the Principal Agreement remains “in full force and effect”. At the upper left corner of the typed Supplemental Agreement is an embossed “Ten Shillings” revenue stamp. Cryptic pencil notation “1768” appears at the upper right margin. Fittingly, it appears that Churchill signed this document while at La Pausa, the French Riviera villa owned by Churchill's longtime literary agent and friend Emery Reves, acquired by Reves in 1953 with proceeds earned from foreign language rights of Churchill's The Second World War. The terms of this Supplemental Agreement appear to have been met and the proofs swiftly delivered by the publisher; from La Pausa, Churchill wrote to his wife, Clementine, on 3 February 1957: "I have been so hunted with winding up these proofs of the book..." Churchill consulted the solicitor Anthony Forbes Moir (1903-1967) of Fladgate & Co. in 1945 regarding legal and contractual preparations for publication of his war memoirs. Churchill thereafter relied upon and trusted Moir's counsel for the final two decades of his life. Moir helped make Churchill's post-war literary output - particularly the six-volume The Second World War and the four-volume A History of the English-Speaking Peoples - not just a bestselling literary capstone to Churchill's long writing career, but an incredibly lucrative foundation for his family. Moir further helped assuage Churchill's worries about his family's financial future when, in 1949, Moir (with Leslie Graham-Dixon) helped arrange that "for the first time, an author had been allowed to set his annual literary income into a Trust Fund without it being counted as income as each payment was made by the publishers." (Gilbert, VIII, p.461) "Moir's work for Churchill was comprehensive." (Gilbert, VII, p.801-2). It was to Moir that Churchill confided in December 1959 that he wanted to be buried not at his beloved Chartwell, but at Bladon, next to his father and mother. (Lord Moran diary, 16 December 1959)

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        Clotilde tra Due Guerre

      LONGANESI & C, 1957. ITALIANO 0,52 Volume n. 107 della collana. Legatura editoriale cartonata con titolo in oro su tassello al dorso, copertina rigida con segni di umidità e di uso, parziale distacco dei piatti, dedica al foglio di guardia anteriore che presenta mancanze e tracce di fioritura, taglio di testa colorato, pagine ben conservate lievemente brunite ai margini USATO

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        On the Road

      Viking Press, 1957. Hardcover. Very Good. Viking Press, New York 1957. First Edition / First Printing. Stated Published in 1957 by the Viking Press, no additional printings. Black cloth boards with white lettering. Book Condition: Very Good, shelf wear, pencil and reviewing in pencil. Comes with a piece of the rear flap.

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        Auf der Erde und in der Hölle. Gedichte.

      Salzburg: Otto Müller, 1957 - 125 S. Erste Ausgabe des Erstlingswerkes. (Wilpert/Gühring II, 1.) Sehr gut erhalten. - Bernhard begann wie viele Anfänger mit Gedichten, blieb damit aber weitgehend isoliert. Immerhin meinte Zuckmayer, dass sie "die Merkmale großer moderner Dichtung" tragen. --- Bei Neukunden sowie Lieferungen außerhalb Deutschlands behalten wir uns vor, gegen Vorauskasse zu liefern. --- Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 19 x 11 cm. Originalkunststoffbroschur im Schuber. [Attributes: First Edition]

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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.

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        Recollections of the Civil War 1861-1865

      [Lynbrook, New York: Harley Bronson Cooper, 1957. Unpublished. Paper print photograph portrait inserted. Typescript, 171 pp., rectos only. 1 vols. 4to. Black buckram, some pencil annotations in margins. Fine. Unpublished. Paper print photograph portrait inserted. Typescript, 171 pp., rectos only. 1 vols. 4to. Richly detailed narrative account of the Civil War experiences of Irving Bronson [born ca. 1843], 107th New York Volunteers, Company C, from his enlistment at Elmira 29 July 1862 through his mustering out in June 1865. These reminiscences were addressed as letters to his nephew, circa 1906 (from internal evidence). Bronson was promoted to first lieutenant in April 1863 after Chancellorsville, and was in effective command of his company for more than a year although his rank of captain was not recognized. He was at Spanglers Spring during Gettysburg and listened to the Union response to Pickett's charge ("a long continuous discharge of musketry") but did not take part. He saw action during the campaign for Atlanta, from Resaca (15 May 1864) through the taking of the city (22 July); the siege of Savannah; the northward march chasing Joe Wheeler through the Carolinas, including the capture through bluffing of Chesterfield Court House, and the battle for Averysboro; at Goldsboro, N.C., they learned of the Fall of Richmond, and the regiment was at Smithfield when news of the surrender reached them. Barrels of applejack were broached in celebration, cut short when they learned of Lincoln's assassination. Bronson described parades in Washington and seeing Grant receive Sherman (who refused to shake hands with Stanton). The company returned to Elmira in early June 1865. The narrative includes much detail on foraging, night riding after bushwhackers, personalities in the company, burning out the house of a Rebel congressman, looting, and Bronson signing ("the two-handed alphabet") to the children of an asylum for the deaf they entered after the end of hostilities. This typescript includes a transcript of a letter from historian Bruce Catton at American Heritage noting that he read the memoir with interest; a copy of the typescript is recorded in the Bruce Catton Papers at the Citadel. UNPUBLISHED.

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        Neue Österreichische Biographie ab 1815. Große Österreicher. Bde. 1-20.

      Amalthea., Wien, 1957 - Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen (Porträts). Gr.8vo. Sprache: deu, Gewicht: 8000g. Olwd., 8 Bde mit Orig.-Umschlag. Sehr gut erhaltene Ausgabe, lediglich Bd. 18 mit Feuchtigspuren: Einband mit Feuchtigkeitsrand, hintere Vorsätze und Umschlag wellig, ansonsten innen sauber und gut. Teilweise Nachdruck Kraus Reprint Nendeln/Liechtenstein. 1970. (1923 ff.).

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      Grove Press 1957 - Samuel Beckett's study on Proust, in a special edition of 200 numbered copies published by Grove Press, this one being #70. Signed by Beckett. In near fine condition, there is a bookplate on the inside of the front cover. There is a small stain of some sort on the front endpaper, otherwise the book is pretty flawless. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Turn of the Tide Triumph in the West

      Two volumes. Portrait frontispiece to each volume, maps, cartographic endpapers to the second volume. First editions. 8vo., cloth, dust jackets, that to the second volume price-clipped. London, Collins.

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      Dall' Oglio Editore, 1957. ITALIANO 0,76 Legatura editoriale in cartoncino rigido telato, con titolo in oro al dorso in tassello nero e illustrazione con motivi dorati al piatto. Sovracoperta in plastica trasparente, con alette, col titolo stampato. Pagine in buono stato con leggere bruniture ai tagli. Numerose tavole illustrate in nero, fuori testo. USATO

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        Schiff nach Europa. Synthetischer Roman, geschrieben 1954-1956. Optisch organisiert von Karl Gerstner.

      Verlag Arthur Niggli,., Teufen, 1957 - 212 (4) Seiten, Orig.-Leinen mit Orig.-Umschlag, Groß-8°. - Umschlag gering gebräunt, minimal 'gerändert'; sehr gutes Exemplar ! Kommentar: *Erste Ausgabe. - Markus Kutter schrieb den "synthetischen Roman", eine Art Gesellschaftsstudie einer Schiffsreise von New York nach Genua auf dem später gesunkenen Atlantikliner Andrea Doria. - - 1957 als eines der schönsten Schweizer Bücher ausgezeichnet. - 'Schiff nach Europa' ist ein Typografieklassiker des 20. Jahrhunderts. - [AKZIDENZ-GROTESK]

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        CAT IN THE HAT

      - SEUSS,DR. THE CAT IN THE HAT. NY:Random Hse. (1957). 8vo, flat paper over boards (not glazed paper), 61p., Fine in dw with price intact (dw has small paper restoration on spine, some soil, closed tear and fraying). 1st edition of Seuss's first reader (correct binding paper and price). The original price of this book is the cause of considerable confusion. This first reader was originally published at $2.00. When the publishers decided to make a series of beginning readers, they priced all of them at $1.95 and lowered the price of this title to conform, thus the price of this book went down instead of up as time went by. Illustrated in bright color throughout. In addition to becoming a household name, the Cat In The Hat is extremely important in the history of education and children's literature. At the same time that it was amusing, it was bringing the basic concepts of reading to tens of thousands of little children who were learning without being "taught". It was a marked departure from the boring Dick and Jane type reader. The challenge of writing an entire book using only 220 different words and making the book enjoyable was enormous. Teachers began to use this book in their classrooms and it was not long before the Cat In The Hat became an American icon. First editions of this title are extremely scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Cat in the Hat

      New York: Random House, Inc.,, 1957. Octavo. Original pictorial blue boards, pictorial endpapers. With the dust jacket. Ownership signature to front free endpaper. A very good copy in the bright jacket with a little chipping to spine ends and tips, extremities rubbed and creased. First edition, first issue, with the price listed on the dust jacket as 200/200 and the boards not laminated as in later issues.

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      - A biography of Arthur Upfield. With an Introduction by Detective Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte. Pp. [xii]+238, frontispiece, plus 12 plates; red cloth, spine lettered in gilt, slightly soiled and a trifle flecked, edges lightly rubbed; dust wrapper, designed by Desmond Skirrow, edges lightly rubbed and split, the back panel slightly soiled and silverfished; tiny splits to bottom edge of half-title page and frontispiece, a couple of small marginal damp stains, pp. 219/220 slightly creased, a little light foxing; Heinemann, London, 1957. First (and only) edition. Loder p. 230. *Inscribed by Jessica Hawke on the title page: 'For Joyce Meyers, on the happy occasion of our meeting Jessica Hawke' [and by Upfield] 'and Arthur W. Upfield May 1957'. Described on the dust wrapper as written by Jessica Hawke 'in collaboration with Arthur Upfield'; actually written in full by Upfield. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Russian literature, a complete library. Eine russische Bibliothek

      about 650 titles. circa 650 Titel Mostly cloth bound. Good, some annotations in pencil and the name on the front fly. Guter Zustand, einige Bleistiftanmerkungen und Name auf Vorsatz. The library consists mostly of complete of Russlian literature, nearly all classics of the 19th and 20th century listed below. The list is not complete, the attached image shows only a part of the library. The shelfs are not part of this offer. Important: The here mentioned shipping costs are not exact. Please contact us for additonal shipping costs, the vary from EUR 150 for destinations in Germany, EUR 250 for destinations in the EU. International destinations upon request. Die Bibliothek besteht hauptsächlich aus folgenden Gesamtausgaben. Die Auflistung ist unvollständig. Die Abbildung zeigt circa 1/3 der Bände. Die Regale sind nicht Teil des Angebotes. Auf Wunsch bauen wir Ihnen die Bibliothek auf. (nur in Europa). Bitte kontaktieren Sie uns wegen der Versandkosten. Die hier in den online Datenbanken genannten Versandkosten gelten nicht, diese fallen zusätzlich an, für Deutschland EUR 150,-, EU Raum EUR 250. Internationale Versandkosten auf Anfrage. reserved until the opening of the FRANKFURT RARE BOOK FAIR OCTOBER 11th. Afanas'ev, A.N. Russische Märchen. Fairy tales 3 vol. volumes Moskva. 1957 Aksakov, S.T. complete works, sobranie soc. 4 vol. / vols Moskva. 1955/1956 Aldanov, Moskva works in single volumes . 7 vol. Paris, Char'kov and others .,1952-1998 Avvakum works 1 volume. Moskva 1959 Babel', I.E selected works 1 vol. Moskva 1957 Batjukov, K.N. works 1 vol. Moskva 1955 Belyj, A. works in single vols. 13 vol. Munchen (W. Fink: 7), Moskva and others., 1964-1996 B Berberova, N.N. works in . 11 vol. Moskva, Munchen (W. Fink) and others., 1972-2000 Boborykin, P.D. works 3 vol. Moskva 1993 Brjusov, V.Ja. Sobranie soc. 7 vol. Moskva 1973-1975 Bulgakov, M. A. works in single vols. 6 vol. Frankf., Munchen, 1968-1983 Bunin, I.A. Sobranie soc. 9 vol. Moskva 1965-1967 C Cechov, A.P. Sobranie soc. 12 vol. Moskva 1960-1964 letters 3 vol. Moskva 1996 Chlebnikov, V.V. Works 1 vol. Moskva 1986 Chodasevic, V.F. works in single vols. 7 vol. N.Y., Paris, Moskva and others.,1954-1996 Cvetaeva, M. I. works in single vols. 9 vol. Moskva, L., Munchen (W. Fink), Prag, 1965-2004 D Dostoevskij, F.Moskva Sobranie soc. 10 vol. Moskva 1956-1958 Tagebuch eines Schriftst. Diary of a writer. 2 vol. Moskva 2004 E Erenburg, I.G. Romane und Novellen 1 vol. SPb. 2001 F Fonvizin, D.I. Sobranie soc. 2 vol. Moskva/L. 1959 G Garin, V. M. works 1 vol. Moskva 1955 Gazdanov, G. Sobranie soc. 3 vol. Moskva 1997 Gercen, A.I. Tales etc. in single vols. 3 vol. Moskva and Minsk 1956/1957 Gippius, Z.N. works in single vols. 8 vol. Munchen (W. Fink) 1971-1978 Gogol', N.V. Sobranie soc. 6 vol. Moskva 1959 Goncarov, I.A. works in single vols. 9 vol. Moskva 1952-2001 Gor'kij, Moskva works in single vols. 5 vol. Berlin, Moskva, 1925-2008 Gornung, B. works 2 vol. Moskva 2001 Griboldov, A.S. works 1 vol. Moskva/L. 1959 Grigorovic, D.V. Selected works 1 vol. Moskva 1955 I Ivanov, G.V. Sobranie soc. 3 vol. Moskva 1994 J Jazykov, N. works and Briefe 1 vol. Moskva/L. 1959 K Karamzin, N.M. Selected works 2 vol. Moskva/L. 1964 Klenovskij, D.I. Verse 1 vol. Munchen 1967 Konevskoj, I.I. works 1 vol. Munchen (W. Fink) 1971 Korolenko, V.G. Novells and Short tales. 2 vol. Moskva 1960 Krucenych, A.E. Auswahl 1 vol. Munchen (W. Fink) 1973 Kuprin, A.I. works in single vols. 4 vol. Moskva 1998-2003 Kuzmin, M. A. Selected Prose 1 vol. SPb. 1994 Kuz'mina-Karavaeva (Mat' Marija), L.P. Poems and prose 1 vol. SPb. 2001 L Lermontov, MoskvaJand Sobranie soc. 4 vol. Moskva 1957/1958 Leskov, N.S. Sobranie soc. 13 vol. Moskva 1956-1958 Lomonosov, M. V. works 1 vol. Moskva 1957 M Majakovskij, V.V. works 3 vol. Moskva 1965 Mandel'tam, N.Ja. Mementos 3 vol. N.Y., Paris, Moskva, 1970-2006 Mandel'tam, O.E. works in single vols. 2 vol. Moskva 1973 and 2001 Muratov, P.P. Roman and novels 1 vol. Moskva 1997 Murav'ev, A.N. works and Briefe 1 vol. Irkutsk 1986N Nekrasov, N.A. works 3 vol. Moskva 1959 O Ocup, N.A. Selected works. 1 vol. SPb. 1994 P Pasternak, B.L. works in single vols. 5 vol. Moskva, L., Rom, 1960-1990 Pil'njak, B.A. works in single vols. 6 vol. Moskva (W. Fink) and others 966-1973 Prutkov, K.P." works 1 vol. Moskva 1959 Pukin, A.S. Collected works 10 vol. Moskva (A.n.) 1956-1958 R Radicev, A.N. Selected works 1 vol. Moskva 1959 Rasputin, V.G. Sobranie soc. 3 vol. Moskva 1994 Remizov, A.M. works 8 vol. Munchen (W. Fink) 1971 Rozanov, V.V. Selected works. 1 vol. Munchen 1970 S evcenko, T. works 3 vol. K. 1961 Slepcov, V.A. Selected works 1 vol. L. 1970 melev, I.S. Romane, Nov., Aufs. 1 vol. Moskva 1996 Sologub, F. works in single vols. 3 vol. Letchworth., Munchen (W. Fink), L., 1966-1975 T Tjutcev, F.I. Gedichte and Briefe 1 vol. Moskva 1957 Tolstoj, A.K. Sobranie soc. 5 vol. Moskva 2001 Tolstoj, L.N. Sobranie soc. 20 vol. Moskva 1960-1965 Turgenev, I.S. Sobranie soc. 10 vol. Moskva 1961-1962 V Venevitinov, D.V. Selected works 1 vol. Moskva 1956 Voloin, MoskvaA. Auswahl 1 vol. Minsk 1993 Z Zocenko, MoskvaMoskva Sobranie soc. 4 vol. Moskva 2002 ukovskij, V.A. Sobranie soc. 4 vol. Moskva/L. 1959/60 Several poem editions 86 vols., 26 Bibl. Poeta (large series) and 10 (small series)

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        [Photo Album]: Indiana Sorority Girls at Hanover College

      Hanover, Indiana, 1957. Very Good. Small octavo measuring 4.25" x 6.5". Cream leather over stiff paper boards with "Snaps" stamped in silver on the front board and a AO? decal affixed on the front. Contains 56 black and white silver gelatin photographs measuring 3.5" x 3.5" with captions. Very good album with rubbing, cracks on the joint, and edgwear with fine photographs.A charming, well captioned, album capturing Alpha Omicron Pi sorority life at Hanover College in the early years of the Cold War. Created by a member of the fall 1956 pledge class, it shows activities such as pledge meetings, decorating for Christmas, turnabout day, lineups, slumber parties, formals, treasure hunts, and more. The girls are seen in party dresses, costumes, silly hats, and college sweatshirts paired with tongue-in- cheek captions. She writes, "God! It's too early for this!;" "look ma! I'm a pinup;" and "you crazy kids." The final page shows a blonde woman, possibly the compiler, with the caption "Model Pledge."A nice collection of 1950s sorority photographs.

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        Atlas Shrugged (First Printing In Dust Jacket)

      New York: Random House, 1957. First Edition, First Printing [stated] 1st Printing. Green Cloth. As New/Near Fine Dustjacket. 1168 Pp + 2 Pp "About The Author" At End. First Edition, As New Without A Trace Of Wear Or Bumping, Spine Gilt Brilliant, No Bending Of Binding Or Backstrip, No Discoloration To Publisher's Green Color On Top Edge Of Page Block. Dj With Slight Rubbing, Mostly At Tips And Along Top Edge Of Spine. No Names Or Marks Or Bookplates Or Spots Or Stains.

      [Bookseller: Arroyo Seco Books]
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        Atlas Shrugged

      Random House 1957 - Random House, New York 1957. First Edition / First Printing. Stated First Printing, no additional printings. Blue cloth binding. First State jacket priced at $6.95 and dated 10/57. Book Condition: Very Good+, shelf wear, owner inscription at the endpaper. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, shelf wear, short tears. Wrapped in a new removable mylar cover. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      NY: Random House, 1957. 8vo., green cloth in dust jacket; 1168 pages. First Edition, first printing (so stated) with the dark-green top stain & with the "10/57" code at the bottom corner of the front flap dust jacket. Very Good (small name stamped to front endpaper; covers nice with contents clean & tight, all hinges tight); bit of edge wear (with few small tears & creases but with no chips; price-clipped) d/j. $500.00.

      [Bookseller: Antic Hay Books]
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        Death at the Strike

      London: Heinemann, 1957. A first edition, first printing published by Heinemann in 1957. A very good book (one small line to the page block foot), without inscriptions. A small rubbed patch to the front board and a little rubbing to the corners. In a very good+ unclipped wrapper. The wrapper was designed by 'BB' (Denys Watkins-Pitchford) and is scarce in its own right. "Nathaniel Ironsides Goss takes a short fishing trip to the West Country, and on his first night hooks, not the record-breaking carp he hopes for, but what seems to be a drowning man." The third in a series of three thrillers starring Nathaniel Goss and based on sporting situations.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        Encyclopedia Britannica - 1957 - 24 Volume Complete Set

      William Benton, Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc, 1957-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. Complete 26 volume set. 24 volumes + 2 additional year book volumes for 1957 and 1958. Publisher's red cloth with gold thistle on front. Hardcover. Good binding and cover. Clean, unmarked pages. This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US.

      [Bookseller: SequiturBooks]
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        D'un château l'autre

      - Gallimard, Paris 1957, 14x20,5cm, broché. - Edizione su carta comune con il corretto colophon del 4 giugno 1957 18 ° edizione di falsa dichiarazione. autografo Firmato di Louis-Ferdinand Celine Renee: "... onore e ricordo di una serata molto bella ..." - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale sur papier courant comportant le bon achevé d'imprimer du 4 Juin 1957, fausse mention de 18ème édition. Envoi autographe signé de Louis-Ferdinand Céline à Renée : "... hommage et souvenir d'une très aimable soirée..." Agréable exemplaire.  

      [Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet]
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        The Hundred and One Dalmatians - SIGNED by both Illustrators

      New York: Viking, 1957. A first edition, first printing published by Viking in 1957. A near fine book signed to Morag Gait from both illustrators, additionally signed on the title page by both illustrators. In a good+ unclipped wrapper with some internal tape repairs. Some rubbing and creasing to the spine and corners. Rare signed by the illustrators - the famous dust wrapper.

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books]
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        Pete's [Tavern, New York City]

      New York: 1957. Watercolor on Colonial Illustration Board from Sam Flax, 40 East 28th St., NYC. 20 x 30 inches. Signed and dated lower left. Birth: Oct. 22, 1914 Springfield Hampden County Massachusetts, USA Death: Jan. 10, 1994 Monterey, Monterey County California, USA Margaret served in the WAVEs. Pete's at 129 East 18th Street is the Oldest Continuously Operating Bar Restaurant in New York City

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Il variopinto pifferaio di Hàmelin.

      Officina Bodoni, 1957. Cm. 25, pp.26 (4). Con sei tavole f.t. di Tono Zancanaro (due acqueforti e quattro calcografie). Bross. orig. Tiratura di 120 esemplari su carta a mano Magnani. Ottima conservazione. Traduzione di Antenore Foresta. Cfr. Jentsch, p.362 (per l'illustratore)

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        The Ephesian Story. Translated and Introduced by Paul Turner.

      Golden Cockerel Press. 1957. 8vo., original full green morocco, boards with gilt line blocks, spine lettered in gilt. Illustrated with collotype reproductions of 6 brush drawings by Eric Fraser. Spine slightly darkened, otherwise a very good copy. Preserved in original cloth slipcase. Limited edition of 300 numbered copies, this one of 75 specially bound and with an extra suite of the pictures, including one not printed in the book. "To illustrate this sister-volume to Apollonius of Tyre, published the previous year, I turned to Eric Fraser, who of course was not an engraver and had never worked with me before. He made wash drawings on linoleum which we printed over a terracotta tint which we repeated in the canvas of the ordinary bindings. The separate set of drawings accompanying the specials were printed without the terracotta background. These two volumes pleased me much". (Cock- a-hoop 207) From the library of Thomas Yoseloff, the last owner of the Golden Cockerel Press, by family descent, but with no ownership markings.

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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      New York: Alcoholics Anonymous Publishing, Inc, 1957. 1st Printing. INSCRIBED by Wilson on the ffep [dated Dec/65]. Black cloth spine over blue cloth boards. White dust jacket printed in pale blue & lavender. Square & tight. Newspaper offset to front eps. VG+. Jacket spine panel lightly sun-tanned. A few small chips to spine panel crown, and other minor edgewear. Very Good.. ix, [5], 335, [3] pp (including Index). Suite of 17 b/w photographic images on 8 leaves. 8vo. 8-1/2" x 5-7/8"

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        Stierkampf, Szenen aus der Corrida

      Sevilla 1957 - Stenzel, Max. Stierkampf, Szenen aus der Corrida. 13 signierte Bll. Zeichnungen. Tusche und Deckfarben auf Bütten, 2 Bll. dat. (19)57 u. 59. Auf Kartons geheftet, dort 8 Bll. mit eigenh. Ortsangabe Sevilla. Einige Bll. mit durchschlagender Leimspur. Ca. 31 : 50 cm. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Dietrich Schneider-Henn]
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        Philipp Cave

      London, England: Abbé Breuil Publications, 1957. Small folio, 14.5 x 11 inches. Of this edition of Philipp Cave, Vol. II, 1,330 copies have been printed of which 130 have been bound in quarter niger and numbered I-110 and i-xx. This is copy number 101 and is apparently signed by the author/publisher, but not guaranteed. The goatskin leather is medium brown. Crisp gilt-stamped lettering of the author, title and publisher to the spine. The boards bound in a handsome beige linen (or linen-like) fabric. The binding is exceptionally clean; scarcely a hint of soiling. The text was printed by Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co., London and Colchester. The photographs were reproduced by collotype, and the drawings by collotype and hand-stencil process, by Hourdebaigt, Trianon Press (France) and Beaufumé, in Paris. Unbumped spine head and tail and with sharp corners. Deckled fore edge and bottom edge to a handsome effect. Arches pure rag moulded paper. Color frontispiece, with vi and 21 numbered pages of text, and with XXVII plates and with photograph figures a to f and 1 to 17. With original tissue guards present. The book is exceptionally clean, almost crisp. Probably unread or else very gently read. A Fine copy.. First Edition. Quarter-leather. Fine/No Jacket. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Limited Edition.

      [Bookseller: Marc Sena Carrel]
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