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20 hrs. 40 min.: Our Flight in the Friendship
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20 hrs. 40 min.: Our Flight in the Friendship

by Earhart, Amelia

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New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1928. First edition. about Fine/Very Good. An about Fine copy of the book, sharp, square and unread and with the gilt bright. In a Very Good dust jacket that has several small chips and tears. Rare in the dust jacket. Amelia Earhart crafted a thrilling narrative for her first published work in 1928, detailing her first flight across the Atlantic with William Stultz. Combining actual log entries made during the voyage with childhood memories and her early interest in flight, Earhart's tale ends with a broader discussion of women and aviation, breaking ground for the women's rights movement in the mid 30's. She would later make the first female solo flight across the Atlantic and then disappear in the Pacific during her attempted first female circumnavigation of the globe. Named one of National Geographic's "100 greatest adventure books of all time." "Isolation breeds distrust and differences of outlook. Anything which tends to annihilate distance destroys isolation, and… Read more
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Friendship album lasting 64 years and tracing a woman's life from Kentucky to Colorado
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Friendship album lasting 64 years and tracing a woman's life from Kentucky to Colorado

by [Women's Social History] [Travel] Laura L. Earl

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Kentucky, Wisconsin, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Ohio, Wyoming, Michigan, South Dakota, Colorado, 1924. Red leather sheep over card, ornately stamped in gilt. Album measures 8 x 9.75 inches and is comprised of 108 manuscript pages in a variety of hands, with multiple entries per page. Also includes two pasted-in newspaper clippings and a series of loosely inserted ephemera (two obituary clippings for the book's owner, five calling cards, a church bulletin, a gown ad, an envelope with a death notice of a friend, and a car rental flyer from Oklahoma). Tracing the life of Laura Nethers nee Earl from her girlhood and marriage to her old age. Obituaries and census records show that Laura was a resident of Colorado Springs for 56 years, following her family's move from the South through the Western US.The inscription to the first page of the album reveals it to be a gift: "1860. A Christmas gift from father. Covington KY." Above this is the ownership stamp of Laura L. Earl. Little did Laura know, the… Read more
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Practical Education (in 2 vols.)
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Practical Education (in 2 vols.)

by Edgeworth, Maria

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London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1798. First edition. Near Fine. Two volumes bound in quarter sheep over cloth with gilt to spines. Some gentle rubbing to extremities. Previous owner's signature to front endpaper of Volume I. Scattered foxing to preliminaries of both copies; pencil marginal note and offsetting from inserted newsclip on Edgeworth to pages 2-3. Collates [x], [2], 385, [1, blank]; 387-775, [20]: complete, containing both titles and half titles as well as the three plates (of which two are folding). An overall pleasing copy of this cornerstone work on education.A contemporary and correspondent of such luminaries as Anna Laetitia Barbauld and Jane Marcet, Maria Edgeworth made her name as an advocate for women's education. Beginning with Letters for Literary Ladies three years earlier, Edgeworth began to write about the need to train girls into a lifelong love of learning. But it was in Practical Education, a collaboration with her father, that her views on methods of education were most… Read more
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Sinbad the Sailor and Other Stories from Arabian Nights
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Sinbad the Sailor and Other Stories from Arabian Nights

by [Edmund Dulac, illustrator]

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London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1918. Later edition. Re-Issue Wartime Trade Edition (issued December 1918). Publisher's wartime binding of blue-gray papered boards with white parchment spine and corner tips. Spine with original dark blue morocco label lettered in gilt. Top edge gilt, others uncut. A near fine copy in the scarce white paper dust jacket, lettered in black on the spine. Collating [ii], vi, 7-221, [2], [1, blank]. Twenty-three color plates mounted on cream stock with decorative border, captioned tissue guards. All text leaves with title-page border design printed in tan and black."In some of the pictures for this book Dulac continues with the Chinese style developed for Princess Badoura the year before. In others, he reduces the scale and adds a richness of detail to create an effect similar to that seen in Perian and Indian miniature art. The pictures are generally serious but Dulac's ever-present humor creeps in" (Hughey). In this sense, a beautiful encapsulation of the illustrator's… Read more
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Edmund Dulac's Fairy-Book. Fairy Tales of the Allied Nations
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Edmund Dulac's Fairy-Book. Fairy Tales of the Allied Nations

by [Edmund Dulac, illustrator]

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First trade edition
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London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1916. First trade edition. Original tan cloth pictorially stamped in gilt, blue and black to form a design of two leaping horses and scroll frame for gilt lettering (reproducing the design on the title-page) on front cover and spine. Decorative endpapers. Original color printed dust jacket with a reproduction of the color plate facing page 16 in the book. Spine of dust jacket with minimal tape strengthening at foot and lower edge of front fold. Large quarto (10 3/4 x 8 3/8 inches; 273 x 213 mm.). [11], [1, blank], 169, [1], [1, blank], [1, printer's imprint] pp. Fifteen color plates, mounted on stiff cream paper, framed with wide gilt bands and with descriptive letterpress in black. A fine copy in a near fine dust jacket."The tales of this book, both written and illustrated by Dulac, were drawn from the folklore of Russia, England, Flanders, Belgium, Italy, France, Ireland, Serbia and Japan. Dulac was able to employ the full scope of his versatility in creating a… Read more
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Contes des Mille et Une Nuits
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Contes des Mille et Une Nuits

by [Edmund Dulac, illustrator]

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First trade edition
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Paris: L'Edition d'art H. Piazza et Cie. 4 Rue Jacob, 1907. First trade edition. Contemporary three-quarter red morocco over cockerel boards, rules in gilt. Spine with five raised bands, decoratively tooled and lettered in gilt in compartments. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Cockerel endpapers. Original front wrapper printed in gold and blue bound in at front. Fifty full-color plates with captioned tissue guards, mounted on cream-colored stock. Minimal rubbing to joints, otherwise a Near Fine copy. Originally published as Stories From the Arabian Nights (1907). Here translated into French from the original Arabic by Hadji-Mazem. The Leicester Galleries commissioned from Dulac the fifty water colours, retaining the copyrights, and, with Hodder and Stoughton, brought out the book. It was an overnight sensation that unequivocally established Dulac's reputation."The Arabian Nights illustrations caught the attention of all the contemporary reviewers. The October Bookman published Dulac's portrait with the… Read more
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La Princesse Badourah
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La Princesse Badourah

by [Edmund Dulac, illustrator]

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First edition in French
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Paris: L'Édition D'Art H. Piazza, 1914. First edition in French. Limited to 500 numbered copies signed by the artist, this being copy 347. A handsomely restrained binding, ca. 1914, by Georges Levitsky (stamp-signed) in three-quarter antelope brown morocco with gilt rules over marbled paper boards. Original wrappers preserved. Ten mounted color plates within decorative borders. Housed in the binder's morocco- edged custom slipcase. A superb and very Fine copy.With decorations not found in the English language editions, including nine designs of a different small tree in an urn on pages preceding each chapter; decorated initials at start of each chapter; seven tailpieces; two surrounds for for letterpress on limitation and colophon. The binder, Ukraine-born (1885) and trained, Georges Levitsky emigrated to Paris in 1907 and set up his own shop in 1910. His clients included King Albert I of Belgium and King Alexander I of Serbia, producing what would evolve into a "dynamic and resourceful" style… Read more
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A Practical Cookery Book for Use in Day and Evening Schools
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A Practical Cookery Book for Use in Day and Evening Schools

by [Cookery] [Education]

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London and Manchester: John Haywood, 1903. First edition. Near Fine. Original pictorial boards with cloth to spine. 76 pages. Faint toning to edges of covers but surprisingly clean overall. Early ownership signature of "Sarah Askworth...1906" to the verso of the front cover and overlaid with tape. Lightly toned throughout, but otherwise unmarked without the signs of kitchen use common in such books. Scarce in trade, OCLC reports no copies of the present work at institutions. "Around the year 1900 there was a concern about the physical state of the people of Britain. Even though there had been tremendous efforts in the late 19th century to provide better public health, housing, and education, many children were still no more healthy than they had been back in the 1840s. The new Liberal government elected in 1906 passed various measures to try to deal with this problem....and they gave permission for schools to offer meals to their pupils" (National Archives). Efforts to consider the link between… Read more
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Second Annual Announcement and Catalogue of Students of the Female Medical College of...
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Second Annual Announcement and Catalogue of Students of the Female Medical College of Pennsylvania...For the Session 1851

by [Women in Medicine] [Women's Education]

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Philadelphia: G.S. Harris, 1851. First edition. Very Good +. Original blue printed paper wraps printed to front. Some chipping and creasing to edges, but overall intact and undamaged despite being quite delicate. Light scattered foxing throughout. Ownership signature of the college's original dean, N.R. Mosely struck out at the top of the Faculty list on page 4; pencil ticks next to the names of several students listed in the catalogue on page 6. Exceptionally rare, OCLC lists copies of this Announcement at only 2 institutions.Only one year after Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell graduated valedictorian and became the first female M.D. in the U.S., the Female Medical College of Pennsylvania opened its doors. Located in Philadelphia, it was the only the second school to open with the mission of training women in medicine -- having been preceded by the New England Female Medical College two years earlier in 1848. Founded by Quaker, abolitionist and Underground Railroad activists who believed that women could… Read more
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Mozart: His Character, His Work [Cosway style binding]
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Mozart: His Character, His Work [Cosway style binding]

by Einstein, Alfred [trans. Arthur Mendel & Nathan Broder]

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First English language edition
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London: Cassell, 1946. First English language edition. Fine. In an exceptional Cosway style binding by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, with their stamp on their rear turn-in. Full crushed red morocco with five raised bands and gilt rosettes to spine. Boards stamped in gilt with vines and harps. All edges brightly gilt. Royal blue doublures with a fine miniature of Mozart inset under glass at front. Red silk moire endpapers. A beautiful copy containing six half-tone illustrations and examples of Mozart's musical notations. Fine. Einstein was a German-American musicologist and Mozart expert. In addition to serving as an editor of the Köchel catalog, a comprehensive chronology of Mozart's compositions, Einstein also wrote Mozart: His Character, His Work. This important biography not only explores Mozart's life in great detail but also serves as a piece of music criticism: Einstein uses his musicology training as well as extensive knowledge of Mozart's oeuvre to bring the great composer's music to life in this… Read more
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The Writings of George Eliot (in 25 vols)
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The Writings of George Eliot (in 25 vols)

by Eliot, George [Mary Ann Evans]

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First Thus
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Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1907. First Thus. Fine. Large Paper Edition limited to 750 of which this is 183. Finely bound in half crushed morocco over marbled boards with gilt to spines. Top edges brightly gilt. Remaining edges deckled. In all a beautiful and pleasing illustrated set of George Eliot's works, which helped define the novel as a genre and brought women's experiences and inner lives into public dialogue."No writer, not even Milton, is so dense and ample in his range of intellectual reference as George Eliot" (Myers). Defying gender expectations, Mary Ann Evans, writing under the pseudonym George Eliot, became famous for being a prolific writer who shaped the modern novel. Works like The Mill on the Floss, Daniel Deronda, and Middlemarch not only proved Eliot's intellectual dexterity by weaving together cultural references from religion, art, politics, and economics to comment on communities in flux; they also placed in context the rich interior lives of women, and the often agonizing… Read more
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The Waste Land
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The Waste Land

by Eliot, T. S. [Thomas Stearns]

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First Edition
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New York: Boni & Liveright, 1922. First Edition. Flexible covers. Very Good +. A remarkably well preserved copy of T. S. Eliot's magnum opus. A true first state copy with flexible boards and the limitation number in 5 mm font. Number 134 of 1000, approximately 500 of which were offered in the first state flexible boards. Water with the dropped "a" on page 22 and "mountain" spelled correctly on page 41. Very Good+ with slight sunning to the spine rubbing to the boards, but all gilt bright and complete. A small dampstain on the fore-edge of pages 15-26, but overall a very nice copy.Arguably, one of the most important and influential poems written in the 20th century. "Of The Waste Land I will say nothing but that we should read it every April. It is the breviary of post-war disillusion, 'the hope only of empty men', written in Switzerland after a near break-down, pruned of some connecting passages (including a ship-wreck) by Pound, and as Adrienne Monnier wrote of PellĂ©as, hard to listen to without… Read more
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Richard Wright's Blues
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Richard Wright's Blues

by Ellison, Ralph

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Yellow Springs, OH, 1945. First edition. Very Good. In The Antioch Review (V: Summer 1945: 2), pages 198-211. Original printed wrappers with title and selected contents to the front, and adverts to rear wrap. Spine soiled with some chipping to the paper; toning to edges of wraps. Front wrap chipped at upper corner with no paper loss; small closed tear and chipping to top rear wrapper. With the exception of offsetting to pages 198-199, internally clean and unmarked. The first appearance of Ellison's important review of Richard Wright's autobiography Black Boy; it was later re-released as an offprint that occasionally appears on the market. The present format is incredibly scarce. Currently the only copy on the market, it does not appear in the modern auction record.Pre-dating Invisible Man by seven years, Richard Wright's Blues holds an important place among Ellison's early works of literary and social criticism. As a review of Richard Wright's recently released autobiography, it placed Ellison's… Read more
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Invisible Man (Signed First Edition)
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Invisible Man (Signed First Edition)

by Ellison, Ralph

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First edition
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New York: Random House, 1952. First edition. Near Fine/Near Fine. A Near Fine copy, signed by the author on the front free end paper, in a supplied, Near Fine dust jacket (with correct issue points, including original price of $3.50). Book with the spine lettering mostly rubbed off and with some little dings at the extremities. Internally in excellent condition. In a jacket with minor chips and wear at the spine end and corners, but generally presents well. Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man is one of the major novels of the twentieth century. Its unnamed narrator joins a long line of picaresque antiheroes. Additionally, Ellison drew on Dostoevsky, Melville, Kafka, Hemingway, and other experimental writers as well as vernacular forms of culture such as folklore for inspiration. Invisible Man adapts this rich and varied intellectual history to confront the constellation of challenges that Black Americans faced. In an interview with the Paris Review in Spring 1955, Ellison challenged the interviewer's… Read more
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The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks (Inscribed first edition)

The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks (Inscribed first edition)

by Embury, David

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Garden City: Doubleday & Company, 1948. First edition. about Fine/Very Good +. Warmly inscribed by the author: "To my very good friend and associate, Ernst Lampe. Cordial-ly yours, Dave Embury." A lovely just about Fine copy of the book with a ding to the front lower corner, otherwise clean and square. In a sharp, Very Good + dust jacket with a lightly faded spine and minor wear at the extremities. Embury at 62 years old and a senior tax partner at a prestigious Manhattan law firm, turned his interest in cocktails into one of the essential connoisseur reference guides. Now, along with Thomas' Bar-Tender's Guide and The Savoy Cocktail Book and a handful of others, this book is one of the most sought after mixology books, and one of the most difficult to find in the first edition. No copy appears in the auction record and we can find no copy of the first edition, with or without a jacket (let alone inscribed) on the market. about Fine in Very Good + dust jacket.
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American Wild Flowers in their Native Haunts
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American Wild Flowers in their Native Haunts

by Embury, Emma C.

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New York: D. Appleton & Co, 1845. First edition. Publisher's green morocco binding discreetly rebacked with original spine laid down. Ornately stamped in gilt. All edges brightly gilt. Corners neatly repaired. Contemporary ownership signature of Mrs. H. G. Symme dated March of 1846 and later ownership stamp of E.C. Lyman to verso of front endpaper. Complete, including all 20 hand colored lithographs of wildflowers native to the Eastern seaboard. A scarce blend of botanical illustrations and literature, the present is the only copy currently on the market.A botanical collection authored by a pioneer of women's activist literature should not be taken at face value. Praised in its own time for its vivid plates, and accompanied by scientific designations and descriptions of habitats, American Wild Flowers in actuality treats plantlife as a metaphor for women's experiences. Embury writes in her preface: "Everyone hears of our towering mountains, our mighty rivers, our dense forests, our ocean-like lakes,… Read more
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The Golden Book of St. John Chrysostom, Concerning the Education of Children. Translated out of...
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The Golden Book of St. John Chrysostom, Concerning the Education of Children. Translated out of the Greek

by [Evelyn, John] J.E., Esq

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First edition
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London: B.M. for G. Bedel and T. Collins, 1659. First edition. Twelvemo measuring 90 x 140mm (pages). Collates complete: [48], 90, [6]. Internally a pleasing copy, trimmed a bit close along the header but always retaining the page number and running titles. Small closed tear to lower margin of A6; some light marginal soiling on occasion, not affecting text. Several examples of contemporary ink marginalia and manicules. Finely bound in full red morocco with gilt to spine and boards; all edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Bookplates of John Lawson and Anthony Fair to front pastedown. A scarce and early work on the social education, the present is the only copy on the market. ESTC records 12 copies, with only five of those in North America.Grieving over the loss of his eldest son, famed diarist and social commentator John Evelyn turned to translation and study for consolation. The result of his efforts was The Golden Book, a tract encouraging parents to take a strong hand in their children's educations from… Read more
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Constructions Exposition Universelle 1889
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Constructions Exposition Universelle 1889

by [Paris Exposition Universelle]

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A lovely wooden game made for the 1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris, containing a construction game illustrating six important buildings of the exhibition: Pavilion des Beaux-Arts; Palais de Trocadero; MinistĂ©re de la Guerre; Maison Égyptienne; Panorama Transatlantique, and Fellah, une Rue au Caire (lacking one piece at top).A rare and wonderful 1889 Paris Exposition Universelle game with fifty-three (of fifty-four) original wooden blocks, color chromo-lithographed on upper panels. All contained in the original red paper covered wooden box with the dark red cardboard box lid printed in gold and decoratively bordered in various colors. Near fine.A very rare original game of the famous 1889 World's Exhibition in Paris, which celebrated the 100th anniversary of the storming of the Bastille, an event considered symbolic of the beginning of the French Revolution. The fair included a reconstruction of the Bastille and its surrounding neighborhood, but with the interior courtyard covered with a blue… Read more
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