Munich: U.S. Military Government, 1949. Paper. 31 pp. There is no English "synopsis" wrapper on this issue. If there were, it would begin with the following description: "HEUTE ('Today') is an official magazine of U.S. Military Government in Germany. Its purpose is to acquaint the German people with the American concept of pictorial journalism -- to inform them about America, the rest of the world and their own reconstruction. Edited by a small staff of Americans, HEUTE virtually pays for itself, except for a few War Department salaries and certain essential Army supplies and services. HEUTE is published in Munich twice a month in an edition of 750,000." Front cover is a full-page, b/w photo of a beautiful girl on a flying trapeze. Front cover...
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San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1994. Soft Cover. First Edition. 119 pp. Color, b/w ills. Multicolored cover shows various designs front & back. Black spine lettered in red and white. Small black remainder mark lower edge. Crisp and clean. "Includes an array of posters, packaging, trademarks, letterheads, and advertising ephemera ..... many of which have never been published in the U.S. before." Fine.
New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1930. Hard Cover. First Edition. First Printing. 441 pp. Green cloth covered boards with paper title label pasted to spine. Previous owner's name in ink on first free endpaper, small address label attached to front pastedown. Very Good.
Buchandlung: Schlatz'schen, 1907. Charcoal Boards. First. 167 pp. B/w ills. 2 fold-out maps accented in color. Gray wraps titled on front in bright gilt. Aged at edges and on spine, which has title inked on. Binding tight. Map of southwestern Germany printed on verso front cover, extended and folded to form extended ep. Ink p.o. verso frontis. Back cover has 16x20" fold-out map of city in excellent condition - one small closed tear to margin. A delightful guidebook full of pictures of a pretty little village in Germany pre-WW I. Text in German. Contents aged but tight and clean. Very Good Plus.
Leipzig: Seeman, 1903. Wraps. First Edition. 114 pp. + 4 pp. pub ads. 8vo. B/w ills & photos. "Beriihmte Kunststatten Nr. 19" Green wraps have crosshatch pattern stamped all over. Front cover lettered in gilt and decorated with black. Gilt title on spine. Spine is chipped at both ends, less than half an inch at heel, and half of that at head. Lower corner of back cover is chipped - not much. All edges tinted red. Verso front cover has an ink p.o., a small bookstore stamp, and a label with writing blacked out. On the t.p. is a stamp of the Deutscher Klub Lausanne. Text entirely in old German script. Apparently a survey and history of art and architecture in Danzig. Clean and tight...
New York, NY: Random House, 1991. Hard Cover. First Edition. First Printing. Dust jacket has light scuffing from shelf wear. Slight lean to text block, previous owner's name and address in ink on first free endpaper, neat underlining throughout. Very Good / Very Good.
Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia, 1987. Hard Cover. First Edition. First Printing. 320 pp. Clean, crisp copy. Fine / Fine.
Berlin, Germany: Deutsche Rundschau Newspaper. Hard Cover. First Edition. 108 pp. Ca. 1934. B/w ills - photo reprods. "This is How the World Sees Us - Germany as it is Portrayed by the Foreign Press." Orange cover w/ blue lettering is slightly faded. Top edge dusty, else fine. German text plus occasional English. Many illustrations from media worldwide. Fascinating look at pre-war Germany. Very Good.