Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1984. Hard Cover. First Edition. Edited and with introduction, notes and original translations by Robert V. Daniels, Published for the University of Vermont by the University Press of New England. Book is in fine condition showing very little wear. Fine.
New York: International Puublishers. Hard Cover. First Edition. 149 pp. B/w photo ills. ND; postscript dated 1934. Spine & front cover have transparent title labels affixed, black lettering. Touches of wear and creasing to corners and spine ends. Ink number on ffep. Clean and tight text block, with two fold-out maps at end. Very Good / Very Good.
New York: The MacMillan Company, 1968. Hard Cover. First Edition. First Printing. 442 pp. Light wear and scuffing to dust jacket, now in mylar cover. Brown cloth covered boards with light scuffing; rear board, lower left corner has a coffee or water stain that has also effected the corner of dust jacket and tips of the last 100 pages of text. Very Good / Very Good.
New York: Jonathan Cape AND hARRISON sMITH, 1931. Hard Cover. Third Edition. 369 pp. B/w ills. Cover is patterned in a design of diamonds and arcs front and back.. Top edges tinted black. Spine aged a bit at ends. Endpapers repeat the cover pattern, now in black and white. Dark Harbor Library Bookplate on front pastedown, card pocket at rear. Contents clean and tight. A Russian-born writer looks at post-Revolution Russia and compares it with American society and growth. Very Good.
New York: International Publishers, 1932. Hard Cover. First Edition. First US Edition. 340, 350 pp. Subtitles: "The Revolution of 1917: From the July Days to the October Revolution." Red covers ruled in black, with Lenin profile center front cover. Black lettering on spines. Small white labels w/numbers at heel of spines. Spine ends creased. Upper edges soiled. Ink numbers on ffeps match spine labels. Contents clean and tight, somewhat aged. Volume XXI from the "Collected Works of V.I. Lenin...completely revised, edited and annotated. The only edition authorized by the V.I. Lenin Institute, Moscow." Translated from the Russian by Moissaye J. Olgin. Very Good.
New York: International Publishers. Hard Cover. First Edition. 72 pp. B/w maps photos. Nd; ca. 1931. Cover lettered front and spine in red. At lower end of spine is numbered paper label, covered with some transparent substance which has dribbled on to front. Cover unworn. Same # is marked on ffep in black marker. Pages carelessly opened, else inside is fine. Very Good.
New York: International Publishers, 1936. Tan Cloth. 255 pp. Cover lettered on spine in red, with small numbered sticker on heel of spine. Cover lightly soiled. Translated from the French manuscript by Emile Burns. Author is "General Secretary of the French Communist Party and Member of the Chamber of Deputies, representing the Seine Division." Stamped on ffep "Workers Book Shop....Brooklyn, N.Y...." Ink # also on ffep, and a pocket pasted on rear paste-down. Book shop stamp also on first page of text block. Otherwise, book is clean and tight, though aged. Near Very Good.