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Sand and Foam, A Book of Aphorisms
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Sand and Foam, A Book of Aphorisms

by GIBRAN, Kahlil

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1926. First Edition. Kahlil Gibran dustjacket art and illustrations. Collection of aphorisms, poems, and parables by this Syrian philosopher. Near Fine in better than Good dustjacket, some chipping at front flap edge (with some partial splitting), some shallow loss at top front panel, chip at mid spine and loss at top spine end.
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Fédération Français des Éclaireuses Collection (French Federation of Girl Scouts) Manuscript...
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Fédération Français des Éclaireuses Collection (French Federation of Girl Scouts) Manuscript Journals and printed booklets, Possibly Occupied France

by FRENCH GIRL SCOUTS

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[ Marseille ], 1945. Collection of two handwritten books and several printed books associated with the Fédération Français des Éclaireuses (French Federation of Girl Scouts) dated between the years of 1943-1947 and originating in the Marseille area in the South of France. Two handwritten books: 3e Compagnie [Rise] III Section Sainte Victoire, Clan des Liévres Carnet de Chants (Hare Clan Songbook) - Handwritten book of songs containing three "tomes" of French songs (some dated 1945) and one small bundle of music pages with songs written in English. The slip cover is hand-sewn in blue and white striped lightweight cotton stitched with white thread. The inner structure of the book appears to be handmade as well in a patterned fabric. The tomes are attached to the book with blue cotton cord. There is cord forming a tie closure as well. A hidden pocket in the front slip cover contains a small card with a handwritten note reading [translated] "Thank you for your help and your affectionate [illegible],… Read More
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Penhally [SIGNED AND INSCRIBED TO AUTHOR'S COUSIN]
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Penhally [SIGNED AND INSCRIBED TO AUTHOR'S COUSIN]

by GORDON, Caroline

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1931. First Edition. Carl W. Bertsch dustjacket art. Southern author's first novel. "The talented wife of Allen Tate has built this novel upon the vicissitudes of a house and family during one century of American life. As the tide of the Civil War rolls over the old mansion, two cousins, representing the opposing family groups, are rivals for the same girl. Lee's surrender finds the family sadly shattered but the mansion unchanged. Then, in the rise of the New South, the family's final destiny unfolds". This copy nicely signed and inscribed by Gordon to her cousin Alice Lee in 1931 at front endpaper. Very Good, some spotting to cloth, in Good dustjacket, nickel sized chip at top spine end, some clear tape at spine ends and flap corners, modest wear and darkening
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Orient Express
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Orient Express

by GREENE, Graham

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Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1933. First American Edition (stated). Lazarnick Studio designed dustjacket art. Uncommon American edition of author's first major success. 'Five people linked by the sole accident of their imprisonment together on the train. The brilliant and wealthy young Jewish fruit merchant; Dr. Richard John with his English passport and his strange accent. Coral Musker, cold and hungry and desperately poor; Josef Grunlich, a murderer with the police of Austria snarling on his trail; and Mabel Warren, a crack English journalist [and lesbian] who scented something strange'. Basis for the 1934 Fox Film directed by Paul Martin and starring Heather Angle, Norman Foster and Ralph Morgan. Almost Near Fine in Very Good price-clipped dustjacket (but with the word 'price' still visible), some tiny chips at spine ends and flap corners, edges with modest wear and short closed tears.
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Bound For Glory
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Bound For Glory

by GUTHRIE, Woody

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New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., 1943. First Edition stated. Original tall octavo cloth, in illustrated dustjacket. 'In telling the story of his life, Woody Guthrie has told the story of America's working millions'. Very Good or Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket (with original $3.00 price), couple of small edge chips, top rear flap corner with square inch sized chip.
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Bound For Glory
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Bound For Glory

by GUTHRIE, Woody

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New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., 1943. First Edition stated. Original tall octavo cloth, in illustrated dustjacket. 'In telling the story of his life, Woody Guthrie has told the story of America's working millions'. Very Good, cover corners very mildly bumped, in nearly Very Good dustjacket (with original $3.00 price), some chipping at top spine end, lower spine end with inch deep chip which rounds to the rear panel.
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