Topic: War Literature [x]
Bookseller: William Reese Company [x]
[Spanish Civil War]: Association Internationale des Écrivains pour la Défense de la Culture
[ Paris]: 1937.
Oblong quarto purely typographic broadside, 27 x 21 cm. Printed on recto only. Old vertical crease, slight tanning at lower edge, but unusually nice. An more
Dunsany, [Edward Plunkett], Lord
Dublin: The Talbot Press, 1918.
Cloth and gray boards, stamped in red and black. Spine a little rubbed, boards and text stock a little darkened, as usual, but a good more
Dunsany, [Edward Plunkett], Lord
Boston: Little, Brown and Co, 1918.
Plum cloth, lettered in gilt. Gilding a bit dull, but a very good copy, without dust jacket. With the bookplate of John Quinn. First US more
Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley, et al.
New York: New Century Publishers, 1953.
95,pp. Octavo. Printed wrappers. Light rubbing to wrapper and crease along upper joint, very good. The statements were made in the course of the trial more
Colum, Padraic, and Edward J. O'Brien [eds]
Boston: Small, Maynard & Co, 1916.
Printed green boards. Extremities lightly rubbed and nicked, light foxing to endsheets, 1916 ink gift inscription; a good copy. First edition of this selection from more
New York: Irish Northern Aid IPOW Committee, 1981.
28pp. Pictorial wrappers. Illustrations. Introduction by Gerry Adams. First US edition. Light rubbing to black wrappers, very good. more
[Casement, Roger]: Reid, B. L.
New Haven & London: Yale University Press, 1976.
xix,,532pp. Large, thick octavo. Portrait, photos. First edition. Ink ownership inscription in corner of free endsheet, otherwise fine in price- clipped dust jacket. A substantial more
[Anti-Discrimination - World War II]
Washington, DC: War Manpower Commission / GPO, 1942.
Oblong folio photolithographed broadside (28 x 40"; 72 x 102 cm). Folded, as issued, Very slight tanning at the folds on the blank verso, but more
"Brooks's, S. James Street. SW1 (as from The Goring Hotel, SW.1.,": 1945.
One page, on octavo lettersheet of Brooks's letterhead. Folded for mailing, but very good. With envelope. Marsh (1872-1953), politician, translator, literary patron and sponsor of more
Renn, Ludwig [ pseud. of A.F.V. von Golssenau]
Vienna & Berlin: Agis-Verlag, 1930.
Plain wrappers. Some tanning and foxing early and late, but a good copy in worn dust jacket missing a large section at the top edge more
[ Spanish Civil War]: Gannes, Harry, and Theodore Repard
London: Gollancz, 1936.
Limp printed cloth wrappers. First Left Book Club edition. Wraps a bit handsoiled, but a good copy, with ephemera laid in. more
London: Skeffington & Son, Ltd, 1918.
12mo. Boards. Minor foxing, trace of removal of bookseller's (?) sticker from corner of front pastedown, otherwise a fine copy in dust jacket of a more
[Spanish Civil War]: Alberti, Rafael
[Madrid & Barcelona: Sindicato de Professionales de la Bellas Artes / Indus Gráficas Seix y Barral, 1937.
Folded leaflet. (17.5 x 12.5 cm) on stiff card, with pictorial top panel. Very near fine. A separate printing of Alberti's poem, "Vosotros no Caisteis" more
Harwood. H. C.
London: Constable & Co, 1924.
Medium blue cloth, decorated and lettered in red. Some darkening, but a very good copy, in quite spine-tanned dust jacket with a couple tiny chips more
[Spanish Civil War]: Muste, John M.
Seattle & London: Univ. of Washington Press, 1966.
Cloth. First edition. Ink name in corner of free endsheet, otherwise about fine in price- clipped dust jacket. more
[Spanish Civil War]: Norman [Schmidt], James
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1960.
Decorated medium brown cloth. First edition. Fine, in near fine, slightly tanned dust jacket. A novel of the Spanish war by a journalist and combatant more
Brown, Earl, and G.R. Leighton
New York: Public Affairs Committee, 1942.
Printed wrappers. First edition, published as Public Affairs Pamphlet #71. Fine. more
New York: Century, 1913.
Grey cloth, lettered in gilt, decorated in black. Frontis. First edition, BAL's printing 1 (presumed priority), binding 1. A couple tiny spots to upper board, more
New York: Stone & Kimball, 1897.
Small octavo. Green cloth, decorated in red, top edge plain, others untrimmed. Frontis and two plates (two of them by I.W. Taber). Spine extremities frayed, more
New York: Covici-Friede, 1928.
Red cloth, paper spine label. Illustrations. A dull but sound copy. First U.S. edition, translation unattributed, illustrated with woodcuts by Roger VanGinderrael, and with an more