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Reprinted from 'The Psychoanalytic Review', Vol. XVI, No. 2, April, 1927. Pages 238-245 of referenced periodical bound in a saddle-stitched cover and rebound, with tape, onto a sturdy, brown paperboard cover; the pages and interior covers are lightly bent; text is clean, but toning lightly; text is in English, with some German. No date given for the rebind. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box E.
Ann Arbor, Michigan: Roger Jackson, Publisher, 1993. US Printing. 8vo. VG-/ - no DJ. light brown paper wraps, stapled binding, lightly read and very slim in size. b/w frontispiece faces title page. very clean copy, skimmed and neatly cornered. 17 pp. in length with some unpaginated rear sheets. Shelved in Netdesk office, ephemera box D.
Birmingham, England: Mitchells & Butlers Ltd., 1929. Reprint; Large Quarto; G+/no-DJ; Spine is dark burgundy leather, edge worn, material loss to crown of spine, blind stamped block letter title; Boards are dark leather, edge worn, bumping to corners, green discoloration due to age in areas, back paste down has a large mark, boards are beginning to separate from text block; Text block is age toned, many of the tipped in photos are creased at corners, and partly detaching from pages, general signs of handling, content is clear, binding is intact but sensitive; pp 120 Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera Box G.
circa 1915-1947. The following original draft drawings and paintings by Marco Montedoro are being offered as a collection. They include original graphite, pen and ink, and watercolor paintings on paper and artist's board spanning the career of Marco Montedoro as a set and costume designer. The archive is a comprehensive representation of his professional career in Europe and the United States. Before he died, Montedoro gave his collection to his close friend Hella Arensen (ne Aronson), a German Jewish newspaper artist who emigrated from pre-war Nazi Germany to New York. Since Montedoro's death, the collection has remained in the Aronson family. Most images are signed by Montedoro, with an average size of 11" x 14", and are in varying condition. A full photographic gallery of this collection is available upon request. Montedoro's family of musicians considered him a child prodigy and sent him in his teens to Paris to study drawing and painting. He worked as an artist in Paris until 1913, when he became the artistic director of the Berlin Metropole. During WWI, he designed posters for Italian theaters and cinemas. Following the war, Montedoro returned to Paris to design costumes for the Palace, Ambassadeurs, Moulin Rouge, and Folies Bergère, including a 1927 sow featuring Josephine Baker. During this period he also designed productions in Milan, Berlin, London, St. Petersburg, and Poland. In 1930, Montedoro relocated to New York City and designed for the Schuberts, including the 1941-1942 Broadway production of La Vie Parisienne. From 1932-1947, Montedoro worked alongside Vincinte Minelli designing sets and costumes for Radio City Music Hall, where Montedoro became head designer. Montedoro's genius is featured om Angelo Luerti's 2006 book 'Non Solo Erté - Not Only Erté, Costume Design for the Paris Music Hall 1918-1940.
Boston: Redding & Co., 1886. Small Booklet; Fair-/no-DJ paperback; Fragile Condition; Covers are fragile with cracking along edges of front, rear cover is missing, age toned; Text block is lightly age toned with light pencil on pp 11, slight staining toward head edge of text of first few pages; pp 128. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera Box I.
Chicago: Rand McNally and Company, 1950. 12mo; VG/no-DJ; spine light blue, blank; boards strong, minor stains on covers (none large or central), no tears or bumping, some minor wear at spine head and tail, minimal other edgewear; textblock clean, minor age tone, minimal wear, free of writing or highlighting/underlining, color illustrations, no pagination. Shelve Netdesk office, Ephemera Box G.
Washington, D.C. Washington Writers' Publishing House, 1990. 10mo; pp 65; G/paperback; gray/teal spine with ivory text; covers show slight sunning to exterior; minor wear to edges; text block shows light wear to exterior edges; interior clean; frontispiece; illustrated; inscribed by author Shelved ephemera box J.
Helsinki: Suomalaisen Tiedeakatemian, 1952. Octavo; fair/wraps; tan spine with black text; tan covers age-toned, frayed at top and bottom of spine, as well as bottom-right corner of front cover; note in ink, top right corner of front cover; Ex library stamps: rear of title page, p.39 and p.69; text block age-toned; illus.: reproductions; 90pp. TEXT IN ENGLISH, FRENCH, LATIN. Shelved in Ephemera Box B in Netdesk office.
New York, NY: New Netherlands Coin Company, Inc., 1953. US Printing. thin 8vo. VG-/ - no DJ. off white wraps 8vo with stapled binding, panels are a thin white, lightly edgeworn with navy border around centered navy titles and lettering. contents include plates with series of images. plates I - IV precede the bid sheet, items for sale and plates V -VI part of final sheets in the rear. a touch thumbed, no marks nor writing. 57 pp. under clear protective sleeve. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box F.
Oak Park, IL: Obol International, 1970. Unchanged Reprint of the 1919 edition. petite 8vo. VG/ - no DJ. crimson red softcover with stapled binding, no titles. softcover front in large black characters, text-filled rear. skimmed off white textblock, 45 pp, and plates VI and VII are final sheets with grayscale coin images. neat and in above average shape. complete in 113 pp. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box F.
New York, NY: Boy Scouts of America, 1941. US Printing, A Wartime Book. small 8vo. VG-/ - no DJ. cracked spine, stapled binding with blue lettering on black and brown cover and solid brown rear. heavy abrading and stress has cracked the spine, no titles. creasing, tiny nicks and chips affect this thumbed pamphlet. the interior has writing and names of prior owners. includes photos among the interior sheets. 120 delicate sheets within, sheet corners intact. as is. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box G.
Glasgow: The Mariscat Press, 1982. First Edition, Limited Edition. Octavo; VG; softcover; tan spine with staples; covers have minor soiling, minor rubbing on spine head edge, spine sun toned; text block clean; signed on front interior; First Edition, Limited Edition; 14pp Shelved Netdesk office, Ephemera Box B.
Washington, D.C. National Park Service, 1956. Revised Edition. Octavo; VG-/no-DJ paperback; no spine (staples on spine); covers sturdy (thin cardstock), mostly clean, two fingerprints (in ink) on front cover, one streak of stain on front cover, couple of pencil marks on back cover, edges sunned, no tears; textblock clean, minimal age tone, no writing/underlining. pp. 48 Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box G.
Cleveland: Fairbanks, Benedict & Co., 1861. Booklet [5x8]; pp 48; G/paperback; light blue covers has light toning to exterior edges; intact panels; text block shows light toning to exterior edges; minor chip to fore edge of title page; three numbers stamped to verso of title page; previous owner's name stamped to title page; some pencil inside; tight binding;.
New York, NY: The American Numismatic Society, 1959. German Printing. 8vo. VG/ - no DJ. light tan softcover with tiny black lettering. covers, spine ends and volume corners are lightly handled. clean ivory sheets, skimmed with 71 pp. and 9 b/w plates of coin images and details. slim volume edges, all sides, ivory no writing inside and out. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box F.
Kingston upon Hull: Kingston upon Hull City Council, 1980. Oblong Octavo; VG/no DJ wraps. Beige saddle-stiched spine with no text. Wraps age-toned and rubbing along corners/edges, two different price stickers on the front and rear covers; Interior clean. Pamphlet is part of the Amy Johnson Festival and was promoted by the English Tourist Board. Shelved in Ephemera Box B.
1952/1980. Three items signed by William Nolan. A napkin folded to 8 1/2 x 4 inches, with a drawing by Nolan of a Bear, signed and dated 5/31/80.; A copy of the Ray Bradbury Review, 1952, inscribed by Nolan on the inside of front cover. There is one closed tear on the front cover along tail of spine extending 3 inches into the cover. In stapled paperback wrappers.; The Manuscript copy of Nolan's Short Story 'The Trees of Yesterday', with TLS cover letter dated 'Oct. 20, '80'. The manuscript has substantial writing, highlighting, and underlining.; LP consignment; shelved case 8.
Framingham, MA: Old America Company, 1924. revised edition; illustrated with more than fifteen hundred examples. Thick, large quarto in black hardcovers with gold letters; VG; moderate soiling and fraying on corners and spine edges; binding strong; gutters dusty; external edges sunned; paper slightly faded; pp. 716; plates in black and white interspersed throughout; includes ephemera about Mr. Nutting and a letter signed by him in 1932; shelved in Room 13; please contact us for shipping costs.
Dublin, Ireland: The Stationery Office, 1961. Reprint from the Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. thin 8vo. VG/ - no DJ. skinny wraps spine with yellow toning and no titles. discoloration light and on covers both, light blue and main title centered on wraps front. prior owner name on the tile page. ivory stock includes small drawings/ figures with appendix, and several tables facing b/w plates I - IV in the rearmost section. 47 pp. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box F.
New York: Hurst and Company, Publishers, c.1900. Small octavo; fair-/wraps; gray spine with faded red text; covers, shelf worn, with stains; front corners are torn away; animal (?) damage to several pages of rear section, lower edges; text block, clean but severely age-toned; binding remains strong; 209pp. Three stories included in this book: 'The Shoplifter', 'The Song of the Swan', and 'Aunt Ursala's Misfortune'. Offered as is, age-toning. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box E.
1944. Narrow Quarto (4"x9"): G-/noDJ wraps: Brown spine with black text: Covers are faded and darkened with age, some chipping along the spine, small crease on front in center, small tear on back lower corner: Stapled spine, covers are slightly separating at top: Textblock is very dark with age, first 2 and last 2 pages are slightly torn out of staples, foxing: 175 pp. Shelve Ephemera Box G.
Austria: IIASA / International Instiute for Applied Systems Analysis, May 1976. RR-76-3. 8vo. VG+/ - no DJ. very thin wraps softcover. solid navy spine, delicate but smooth with just ivory code at tail end. bright blue and white, partially illustrated softcover front. prior owner's name stamp on title page. barely skimmed, neatly cornered and minimal wear overall. 76 pp. Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box E.
Eureka, California: Hearse Press, 1958. Number 53 of 150 Copies. SCARCE: copy number 53 out of 150. Octavo; VG/no-DJ paperback; spine bound with staples, white covers; covers sturdy, small age-tone stain on front cover, otherwise clean, minimal wear, no marks or stains; textblock very clean, no writing/markings, no underlining. Shelve Ephemera Box G.
Paris: Editions Du Belvedere, 1947. Text in French; Octavo; VG-/no-DJ paperback; Thin yellow spine with black text. Covers have general shelf wear, edge wear, apart from that, binding strong; Textblock has foxing to fore edge and pages, pencil marks on discographie pages, otherwise, free of underlining/highlighting; pp 107. Shelve in Netdesk office, Ephemera box A.
Idaho: Signal-American Printers, 1955. First Edition. Octavo; VG-/no-DJ paperback; spine slate w/no txt, creasing at joints, spine fraying slightly w/creasing, wear at edges; covers show signs of creasing & curling but still firm, clean; binding somewhat loose at front but strong; pages have minor curling, prev owner wrote in free front page, some pen markings on pages, slight wear and staining, warping from possible water damage, discoloration from aging, in fairly great condition as is, autographed on title page by author. 65pp Shelved in Netdesk office, Ephemera box B.