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Vienna: 1933. A.L.S. "Adler", oblong 8vo, one page, personal letterhead, Wien, July 13th, 1933, to his former student and trusted assistant Lisa Norton, in full: "I am glad to know of your visit to Vienna and I hope to see you soon. I myself shall stay till September here. Perhaps you would like to live in the Pension High Life - Wien - 1 Rosenbursengasse - a clean and noble place near to my home. My address shall be the.....
New York: Carleton, 1862. A Romance. 8vo, original plum cloth, stamped in gilt & blind. N.Y.: Carleton, 1862. First Edition. Later issue, with "Thackeray" spelled correctly, and the publisher's name on the front cover. A scarce book, Chapters 11-14 constituting from the first short detective story by an American to appear in book form after Poe's 1845 "Tales". Early ownership signature. BAL 257.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1944. Contributions by Zilboorg, Shryock, Sigerist, Overholser, Malamud and others. Illustrated. 649 pages. Very thick 4to, two-toned cloth; boards just a bit bumped and dust soiled. New York: Columbia University Press, 1944. A very good copy. Inscribed by Zilboorg on front endpaper.