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"THE LOST NOVEL": In Scribner's Magazine, Volume LXXXIV, No. 3. Sherwood Anderson. "THE LOST NOVEL": In Scribner's Magazine, Volume LXXXIV, No. 3.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, September, 1928. First edition. First appearance of this story by Sherwood Anderson. Paperwraps lightly worn on overhanging edges, front cover splitting at hinge (about 5"), otherwise very good.

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THE ABYSS: In The Smith Magazine. Charles Baudelaire, Leslie H. Whitten. THE ABYSS: In The Smith Magazine.
New York: The Smith, 1970. First edition. Baudelaire poem translated by Whitten. Featured as a special issue of The Smith Magazine, number 8. Fine in white stapled paperwraps with just light tanning along the spine.

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THE ANTI-PHILISTINE: "Castigare Ridendo" Ambrose Bierce. THE ANTI-PHILISTINE: "Castigare Ridendo".
(London: John & Horace Cowley, 1897). First edition. In the publisher's original pale-green cloth lettered in black and with illustration by Will M.Bradley stamped in red and black on front and rear covers; "Volume 1" at base of both board blacked out. Illustrated with "supplemental" photographs of contributors Gertrude Atherton, Stanley Waterloo, and Bret Harte. The short-lived magazine described by its publishers as "A Monthly Magazine & Review of Belles-Lettres [and] Also a Periodical of Protest." This volume collects the only four issues -- June through September. Includes several pieces by Bierce which, according to Starrett, previously appeared in other magazines. Also includes Eugene Field, Joaquin Miller, Francis Saltus, et al, as well as notes, reviews and opinions. Bound without the wrappers, as issued. Overall aging to covers, which are a little rubbed, corners bumped, publisher's name on spine rubbed but still just barely legible, otherwise about very good.

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MIDNIGHT TRAIN: in ARGOSY WEEKLY- Volume 306, Number 2. Blochman L. G. MIDNIGHT TRAIN: in ARGOSY WEEKLY- Volume 306, Number 2.
New York: Frank A. Munsey Co. March 8, 1941. First edition. Also includes "Jeopardy's Jewel" by H. Bedford-Jones; Arthur Leo Zagat, E. Hoffman Price, et al. Good in somewhat soiled pictorial paperwraps with shallow chipping and cover detached but complete.

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MURDER GOES TO SEA: in ARGOSY WEEKLY- Volume 306, Number 3. Allan R. Bosworth. MURDER GOES TO SEA: in ARGOSY WEEKLY- Volume 306, Number 3.
New York: Frank A. Munsey Co. March 15, 1941. First edition. Part one of five parts. Also includes the short novel HIS HONOR IS MISSING by Theodore Roscoe. Very good in pictorial paperwraps with shallow chipping.

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THE RED WHITE AND BLACK: A PATRIOTIC DEMONSTRATION. Bradley Burg, Eric Bentley. THE RED WHITE AND BLACK: A PATRIOTIC DEMONSTRATION.
New York: Liberation, 1970. First edition. Volume 15, No. 3 of Liberation Magazine, devoted entirely to Eric Bentley's satirical play but featuring some of Bradley Burg's music written for the play. White, stapled paperwraps printed in black and red. Touch of soiling and rubbing, else fine. SIGNED by Bentley on the front cover.

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CARSON OF VENUS: in ARGOSY - Volume 278, Number 6. Edgar Rice Burroughs. CARSON OF VENUS: in ARGOSY - Volume 278, Number 6.
New York: Frank A. Munsey Company, January 15, 1938. First edition. Part two of six parts. Also includes the first of six parts of LONDON SKIES ARE FALLING DOWN by Garnett Radcliffe, which is featured in the cover art. Very good in pictorial paperwraps with light water stains.

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TARZAN AND THE CITY OF GOLD: in ARGOSY - Volume 229, Number 1. Edgar Rice Burroughs. TARZAN AND THE CITY OF GOLD: in ARGOSY - Volume 229, Number 1.
New York: Frank A. Munsey Company, April 16, 1932. First edition. Conclusion of six parts. Also includes the first of five parts of THE INSECT INVASION by Ray Cumming, which is featured in the cover art by Robert A. Graef. Very good in bright pictorial paperwraps with water stains.

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SCANLAN'S MONTHLY. R. Crumb, Ralph Steadman, A. A. Milne. SCANLAN'S MONTHLY.
New York: Scanlan's Literary House, Inc. 1970. First edition. Volume One, Number Six, August 1970. Magazine cover illustrated by Crumb featuring a mom ripping up a young boys magazine with speech bubble, "This dirty magazine is only about pot and dope smuggling and poon-tang movies. . . So don't hand me any of that crap about Winnie the Pooh" (there's actually an article Winnie the Pooh on p.28). Illustration by Ralph Steadman in the Editorials/Sex section for "A Critic turns on to Poontang Movies" by William S. Pechter (p.68). Near fine in paperwraps with small closed tear and few creases to lower back cover.

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WHO'S WHO IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES: Twentieth Edition, 1952. Joe Dimaggio, John R. Carmichael. WHO'S WHO IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES: Twentieth Edition, 1952.
Chicago: B. E. Callahan, 1952. First edition, twentieth in the series. Baseball photos, biographies and statistics for the year. Featuring Dimaggio and Ford Frick on the front cover. Photo-illustrated, orange and black printed paperwraps. Very good to near fine with light rubbing, pages aging, and tiny nicks to top edge front cover.

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"Boil Some Water --- Lot's of It": In Esquire Magazine. F. Scott Fitzgerald, Chester Himes. "Boil Some Water --- Lot's of It": In Esquire Magazine.
Chicago: Esquire Magazine, 1940. First edition. March issue. First appearance of the story. Also includes an early Himes story, "Marihuana and a Pistol." The barest edge wear, otherwise fine in large perfect-bound pictorial wraps.

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"The Guest in Room Nineteen": In Esquire Magazine. F. Scott Fitzgerald, Morley Callahan, Louis Paul, John Dos Passos. "The Guest in Room Nineteen": In Esquire Magazine.
Chicago: Esquire Magazine, 1937. First edition. October issue. First appearance of the story. Also includes Dos Passos's "Introduction to Civil War," "The Cheat's Remorse" by Callahan, and "Sunday in the Country" by Louis Paul. Minor edge wear, otherwise fine in large, stapled, pictorial wraps.

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"Pat Hobby and Orson Welles": In Esquire Magazine. F. Scott Fitzgerald, Langston Hughes. "Pat Hobby and Orson Welles": In Esquire Magazine.
Chicago: Esquire Magazine, 1940. First edition. May issue. First appearance of the story. Also includes Hughes's poem "Seven Moment's of Love." The barest edge wear, otherwise fine in large perfect-bound pictorial wraps.

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"The Man on the Cliff": In Bestseller Mystery Magazine. Andrew Garve. "The Man on the Cliff": In Bestseller Mystery Magazine.
New York: Mercury Press Inc. 1959. First edition. Bestseller Mystery Magazine, May 1959, Vol. 1, No. 6, Whole No. 215. Features the story "The Man on the Cliff," by Andrew Garve, an abridgement of "Riddle of Samson." Near fine in blue, printed paperwraps with previous owner's identification faintly stamped on the inside of the cover and Table of Contents page. Inside of cover also has light offset and there is a minor amount of wear to the top of the spine.

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"NOTES ON THE NEXT WAR": In Esquire Magazine. Ernest Hemingway, C. S. Forester. "NOTES ON THE NEXT WAR": In Esquire Magazine.
Chicago: Esquire Magazine, 1935. First edition. September issue. First appearance of the story. Also includes Theodore Dreiser's article "Overland Journey," and a short story by C. S. Forester,"To My Darling." Light wear, touch of minor soiling, otherwise fine in perfect-bound, large, pictorial wraps.

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"ON BEING SHOT AGAIN": In Esquire Magazine. Ernest Hemingway, Thomas Wolfe, E. E. Cummings, Ford Madox Ford, Ezra Pound. "ON BEING SHOT AGAIN": In Esquire Magazine.
Chicago: Esquire Magazine, 1935. First edition. An article in the June issue. Also includes an article by Ezra Pound, "Hickory-Old and New"; an article by Ford Madox Ford, "See, The Return!"; an article by e. e. Cummings, "Exit the Boob"; and a story by Thomas Wolfe titled "Arnold Pentland." Light wear, a small pencil notation on the front cover, otherwise fine in perfect-bound, large, pictorial wraps.

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"The Horns of the Bull": In Esquire Magazine. Ernest Hemingway, Jim Tully, Jesse Stuart, F. Scott Fitzgerald. "The Horns of the Bull": In Esquire Magazine.
Chicago: Esquire Magazine, 1936. First edition. June issue. First appearance of the story. Also includes Fitzgerald's satire "The Ants at Princeton." Minor creasing on edges, otherwise fine in large, stapled, pictorial wraps.

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"THERE SHE BREACHS!" In Esquire Magazine. Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald. "THERE SHE BREACHS!" In Esquire Magazine.
Chicago: Esquire Magazine, 1936. First edition. An article in the May issue. Also includes "Three Acts of Music" by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Light wear and some soiling on the front otherwise fine in perfect-bound, large, pictorial wraps.

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"The Sights of Whitehead Street: A Key West Letter": In Esquire Magazine. Ernest Hemingway, Morley Callahan, John Collier. "The Sights of Whitehead Street: A Key West Letter": In Esquire Magazine.
Chicago: Esquire Magazine, 1935. First edition. An article in the April issue (first appearance). Also includes Callahan's "Possession" and "The Elephant" by Collier. The barest edge wear, otherwise fine in large, stapled, pictorial wraps.

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"Wings Always Over Africa": In Esquire Magazine. Ernest Hemingway, Ezra Pound, Albert Halper, John Dos Passos. "Wings Always Over Africa": In Esquire Magazine.
Chicago: Esquire Magazine, 1936. First edition. January issue. First appearance of the story. Also includes Dos Passos's "None but the Brave," and "How to Save Business" by Pound. The barest edge wear, otherwise fine in large, stapled, pictorial wraps.

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"Nobody Ever Dies!" in Hearst's International Combined with Cosmopolitan:. Ernest Hemingway. "Nobody Ever Dies!" in Hearst's International Combined with Cosmopolitan:
(New York: Hearst Magazines Inc. 1939). First edition. March 1939 issue featuring the first appearance of Hemingway's short story, "Nobody Ever Dies!" Very good with a few chips and tears to the edge of the cover, wear to the spine ends, and light soiling on the back, but the inside still bright and in excellent condition.

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A HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA: In Life and Letters Magazine. Richard Hughes. A HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA: In Life and Letters Magazine.
(London: Curwen and Sons, 1929). First appearance in print, a slightly abridged version preceding the first edition of the book. Being the whole issue of the monthly journal "Life and Letters" edited by Desmond McCarthy (Volume III, Number 15, August 1929). Basis for the 1965 motion picture starring Anthony Quinn and James Coburn. Small name stamp of John H. Barnes on cover. Tips nicked and covers a little darkened, otherwise near fine.

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THE UNITED SERVICES COLLEGE CHRONICLE: 16 issues plus "Appendix & 'Tarass Boolba'," each in gilt-lettered, red cloth-covered chemise; 9 with poems and/or prose by Kipling (one also edited by him); one issue with text of speech given by Kipling at the school; the rest with notices of or about Kipling. Rudyard Kipling. THE UNITED SERVICES COLLEGE CHRONICLE: 16 issues plus "Appendix & 'Tarass Boolba'," each in gilt-lettered, red cloth-covered chemise; 9 with poems and/or prose by Kipling (one also edited by him); one issue with text of speech given by Kipling at the school; the rest with notices of or about Kipling.
[Bideford, North Devon: United Services College, 1881 - 1904. The first edition and only edition of each issue. Kipling attended United Services College, a preparatory school at "Westward Ho!" in the village of Bideford, North Devon, from January 1878 to July 1882. (His experiences there formed the background for his 1898 STALKY & CO.) He was appointed editor of the school paper, "The United Services College Chronicle"; issues numbers four to ten, published between June 30 1881 and July 24 1882, appeared under his editorship and contain items by him (many of which he never authorized for re-publication). Kipling left school at sixteen to join his family in Lahore, India, and took a post with the Civil & Military Gazette but occasionally sent poems and stories written for Indian newspapers back to his old school paper. The Chronicles issued after he left school include items attributed to him that were not signed by him by name, leading to much debate as to whether they should be included among his works. [Richards, pp.514-5]. **PLEASE NOTE: we include issues with content attributed to Kipling by F. V. Livingston in her 1927 bibliography that Richards omits in his 2010 work because, though Richards bases his attributions on a bound volume of the Chronicle in which Kipling signed his contributions and omits several Livingston attributions based on corrections Kipling made to a copy of her work, he does concede that Kipling's lack of attribution and/or corrections could have been the result of either faulty memory or the wish to suppress certain items.** The issues included herein are as follows: NO. 7, DEC. 5, 1881: issued under Kipling's editorship; includes "Told in the Dormitory [Part I]" (verse), signed "A****d T******n" and "Waytinge" (verse), unsigned [Richards C7]. Also "Answers to Correspondence" (prose), signed "Ed."; "Literary & Debating Society" (prose), unsigned; and "A rabid effusion, in the style of 'The Hunting of the Snark'..." (verse), unsigned [Livingston VII]. NO. 13, MARCH 25, 1883: Notice of Dunsterville as Caliban (prose), unsigned, most of the text not present due to a flaw in the printing; "Modus Vevendi" (verse) [Livingston XIII]. NO. 16, OCT. 15, 1883: "The Song of the Exiles" (verse), signed "Gigs" [Richards C18]. NO. 27, APRIL 12, 1886: "The City of Delhi Is Hushed and Still" (verse), signed "O.U.S.C." [Livingston XXVII "...probably by Kipling"]. NO. 28, JULY 2, 1886: "The Battle of Assye" (verse), unsigned [Richards C122]. Also a review of the Indian (and only) edition of "Echoes," which prints in entirety the poem "London Town" as well as 19 lines from "The Flight of the Bucket" and 12 from "The Cursing of Stephen" [Livingston XXVIII]. NO. 31, MARCH 7, 1887: "City of Dreadful Night" (prose), signed "R.K." [Richards C72]. NO. 35, DEC. 15, 1887: "Dis Aliter Visum" (verse), signed "R.K. (O.U.S.C.)" [Richards C60]. NO. 36, MARCH 31, 1888: "East and West" (verse), signed "R.K." [Richards C81]. NO. 40, DEC. 17, 1888: "Naboth" (prose), signed "O.U.S.C." [Richards C130]. NO. 45, JULY 14, 1890: Notice of Kipling’s visit, "Rudyard Kipling has been down here for a week this term after an absence of eight years spent nearly wholly in India. He got us a half-holiday." [Livingston XLV]. NO. 47, APRIL 10, 1891: Notice of Kipling, "It is reported that Rudyard Kipling intends to return to India in the Fall." [Livingston XLVII]. NO. 48, JULY 18, 1891: Notice of Kipling's "Finest Story in the World" [Livingston XLVIII]. NO. 55, DEC. 16, 1893: Notice of Kipling's article in the "Youth’s Companion" in the U.S. in which he "is enthusiastic about his old school, and divulges something that doubtless will be new to those in authority." [Livingston LV]. NO. 58, DEC. 17, 1894: Kipling's speech "on behalf of the Old Boys" honoring Headmaster Price upon his retirement, [Richards C599]. NO. 84, DEC. 17, 1904: Mention of Kipling in an article about retired gym teacher Sergeant-Major Schofield, "the Sergeant says that his gymnastic and athletic abilities were not striking, and in STALKY & CO a few facts lie hidden in a mountain of fiction. One amusing episode is worth notice. Kipling always wore spectacles, even in the bath, and it used to be a favourite amusement of his companions to filch them, and Kipling’s plaintive cry would be continually heard from the middle of the bath, 'My gigs gone again Sergeant.'" [Livingston LVXXXV]. Selfwraps; 12 pages each; not stitched or stapled; most with some pages uncut; all with mild to moderate darkening to first and last pages caused by offset from chemise inside covers; No. 28 lacking several pages (347-350 and 355-358 with all Kipling content present); No. 13 with printing error resulting in blank section affecting most of what we presume was "Notice of Dunsterville as Caliban." Chemise covers uniformly near fine to fine. RARE, EARLY KIPLING APPEARANCES IN THE MAGAZINE HE EDITED WHILE IN PREPARATORY SCHOOL.

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"I Always Get the Cuties": In ELLERY QUEEN'S MYSTERY MAGAZINE, Vol. 24, No. 5, Whole No. 132. John D. MacDonald. "I Always Get the Cuties": In ELLERY QUEEN'S MYSTERY MAGAZINE, Vol. 24, No. 5, Whole No. 132.
New York: Mercury Publications, Inc. Nov. 1954. First edition. Also includes stories by Erle Stanley Gardner, Agatha Christie, Jack London, Roald Dahl, et al. Very good with faint foxing on page edges, light soiling and spine edges slightly rubbed.

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THE VESPER SERVICE MURDERS: In Detective Book Magazine. Van Wyck Mason. THE VESPER SERVICE MURDERS: In Detective Book Magazine.
New York: Fiction House, Inc. July, 1931. First edition. The first appearance of his second Hugh North novel in Vol. II, No. 4 of the magazine. Also includes a short story by Walter Wellman, "The Glen Echo Mystery." Good to very good in pictorial paperwraps with over-hanging edges chipped and understandably worn.

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