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1 Hemingway, Ernest For Whom the Bell Tolls [DJ]
New York Charles Scribner's Sons 1940 1st Edition Hardcover Very Good Good Book 
New York: Charles Scribners Sons. Published 1940. No edition stated, lacks 'A'. Beige cloth hardcover with good dust jacket. 471 pp. Possible book club copy with small black dot on back cover. Very good condition with tight and bright covers; Black lettering on red title panel on spine bright and colorful; cloth binding clean. Dust jacket chipped and worn on edges, with sunning on spine. Internally some light foxing present on first few pages. Overall a clean and bright book. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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2 Hemingway, Ernest My Pal the Gorilla Gargantua" in Ken Magazine Vol 2 No 2 July 28, 1938
Chicago Ken, Inc. 1938 Soft cover Good Magazine 
Chicago: Ken, Inc. Published July 28th, 1938. Magazine titled, "Austrians In All But Name". Measures 13-1/2" tall x 10-5/8" wide. 86 pp. with lots of articles, ads, illustrations and photos. Contains the Hemingway article, "Good Generals Hug the Line" (Hanneman #C 302). Among other things, generally about 'gut-shooting' West African gorillas and the Louis - Schmeling title fight. This is the first and only appearance of this article, including other topics highlighted by Ken (anti-nazi, anti-fascist, etc). Magazine in fair condition with flaws noted: bottom and top corners have faint creases; thumb creases toward center front edge; light pink moisture staining on inner back cover. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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3 Hemingway, Ernest Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, Volume 21, October 1922 - March 1923 [Ernest Hemingway Early Poetry]
Chicago Poetry Magazine 1923 Hardcover Good Book 
Chicago: Poetry, A Magazine of Verse. Published October 1922-March 1923. Volume 21, issues #1-6. Olive green cloth binding hardcover, measures 7-1/4" x 5-1/2". 348 pp. with 22 pages of ads bound in rear. Front and back covers (wrappers) of bound magazines are removed, but March 1923 bound in back of book. Overall 6-month contents page included. Contains six very early Hemingway poems, found within the collection titled "Wanderings" - "Mitrailliatrice", "Oily Weather", "Roosevelt", "Riparto D'Assalto", "Champs d'Honneur", and "Chapter Heading" (Hanneman #C 121). This is an extremely early (and rare) magazine appearance by Hemingway. These six poems make up six of the ten poems featured in his first published work, THREE STORIES & TEN POEMS. This collection of poems was published six months BEFORE the first and only limited edition publishing of TSTP in Paris by Contact Publishing - 300 copies of TSTP was published in July, 1923. A biographical note, on page 231 of Poetry Magazine, states "Ernest M. Hemingway, a young Chicago poet now abroad, who will soon issue his first book of verse." The acknowledgment found on p. [xi] of TSTP states: "Five of these poems were first printed in Poetry A Magazine of Verse." This is incorrect. Six of the poems were printed. In this offered bound magazine, "Mitraigiatrice" (July printing of TSTP) was spelled "Mitrailliatrice" (January printing, Poetry Magazine). This particular copy is an interesting ex-library copy, from the University of Chicago - just under 18 miles from Hem's boyhood home in Oak Park, IL, or 10 miles from where he lived just after marrying Hadley (1st wife). Hem moved away just 13 months before this volume was published and resided in the Univ of Chicago library. Cloth binding in good condition with minimum wear visible. Ex-library copy from University of Chicago, with typical library label, withdrawn stamps, removed rear card sleeve and info on title and copyright pages. Spine darkened with age but still readable; extreme cover margins, fore and bottom page block edges, and extreme page margins are also darkened. Removed labels to outer lower spine, and rear panel - both removed but have 'shadow' outlines. Slight rubbing to corners and head & tail of spine. Pages are unmarked and clean. Pages 221-233 are loose from text block, but attached. Page 231 detached and laid in. 
Price: 650.00 USD
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4 Ernest Hemingway, William Faulkner Scribner's Magazine Vol 93. Jan - June, 1933
New York Scribner's 1933 1st Edition Hardcover Good Book Edward Shenton 
New York: Scribner's Magazine. Bound 6-month volume containing January - June, 1933 (Volume 93). Tan cloth binding with green paper boards. Lacks front & back covers, but contains contents pages and advertisements for the six month volume. This 6-month volume contains three well-known short stories of Ernest Hemingway, later published in 'Winner Takes Nothing': 'A Clean, Well-Lighted Place' - Hanneman #C205, 'Give Us a Prescription, Doctor' (later changed to 'The Gambler, the Nun, and the Radio') - Hanneman #C208, and 'Homage to Switzerland' - Hanneman #C206. Also includes William Faulkner's short story, 'There Was A Queen'', including others. Illustrations by Edward Shenton. Overall, magazine is in good condition with sturdy previous library bound buckram binding; previous library label attached to inner back cover. Contains some usual internal library markings. 
Price: 44.99 USD
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5 Groth, John; Hemingway, Ernest (introduction) Studio: Europe [Signed by Author]
New York Vanguard Press 1945 1st Edition Hardcover Very Good Poor Book Groth, John Signed by Author(s)
New York: Vanguard Press. Published October, 1945. 1st edition. Dark blue cloth hardcover with dust jacket, measures 9-3/4" x 7". Numerous illustrations present by the author. Signed with inscription by John Groth on front free endpaper. Studio: Europe is the author's impressions of World War II in both word and illustration. Groth was a war correspondent for the Chicago Sun, and his first story was the liberation of Paris. Groth was a very popular magazine illustrator, found in many of the same Esquire Magazines Hemingway was writing short stories and essays during the 1930's. Hemingway wrote the introduction for the artist - author John Groth's book; Groth also writes of Hemingway, during WWII in chapter 12 "Schloss' Hemingway", as well as a drawing of Hemingway. Book in very good condition, with flaws noted: Price clipped dust jacket in fair condition - chipped and torn edges, and 1/2" closed tear on top and bottom. DJ now enclosed in a Bro-dart crystal clear archival dust jacket cover. Book clean and tight, with slightly bumped lower corners. Signature on free endpaper has old, clear tape over top and yellowing part of signature. Could be removed with a trained hand. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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6 Strong, L.A.G. [Hemingway, Ernest] [Frost, Robert] The Best Poems of 1923
Boston Small, Maynard & Co 1924 1st Edition Hardcover Very Good Book 
Boston: Small, Maynard & Co, 1924. First Edition. Dark blue cloth, stamped in gold title on cover and spine in no dust jacket. Measures 6-1/2" tall x 4-5/16" wide. 228 pp. (Hanneman #B2) An early contribution and first hardcover book containing a Hemingway poem, printed only nine months after Three Stories and Ten Poems, in April 1924. Contains Hemingway's, "Chapter Heading", reprinted from Poetry, A Magazine of Verse, January 1923. Also contains Robert Frost's "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening", as well as Wallace Stevens and Edna St. Vincent Millay. Book in very good condition, with flaws noted: Corners and spine ends lightly rubbed. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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7 Strong, L.A.G. [Hemingway, Ernest] [Frost, Robert] The Best Poems of 1923
Boston Small, Maynard & Co 1924 1st Edition Hardcover Fine Fine Book 
Boston: Small, Maynard & Co, 1924. First Edition. Dark blue cloth, stamped in gold title on cover and spine in no dust jacket. Measures 6-1/2" tall x 4-5/16" wide. 228 pp. (Hanneman #B2) An early contribution and first hardcover book containing a Hemingway poem, printed only nine months after Three Stories and Ten Poems, in April 1924. Contains Hemingway's, "Chapter Heading", reprinted from Poetry, A Magazine of Verse, January 1923. Also contains Robert Frost's "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening", as well as Wallace Stevens and Edna St. Vincent Millay. Book in good condition, with flaws noted: Ex-library copy; lacks the ultra-rare gray dust jacket. Front cover has 4" tear at hinge; library card pocket removed from inside cover; inner hinge cracked and chipped. One library ink stamp on title page, and one number written above copyright page. 
Price: 80.00 USD
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8 O'Brien, Edward J. [Hemingway, Ernest] The Best Short Stories of 1926
New York Dodd, Mead & Co. 1926 1st Edition Hardcover Very Good Book 
New York: Dodd, Mead & Co, 1926. First Edition, first printing. Dark blue cloth, stamped in gold title on cover and spine in no dust jacket. Measures 7-3/8" tall x 5" wide. 464 pp. (Hanneman #B4) Hemingway's 'The Undefeated' first printing in book form. Book in good condition, with flaws noted: Front and rear hinges starting. Head/tail of spine and corners bumped and worn. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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9 Hemingway, Ernest The Cardinal Picks A Winner", in Ken Magazine Vol 1 No 3 May 5, 1938
Chicago Ken, Inc. 1938 Soft cover Good Magazine 
Chicago: Ken, Inc. Published May 5th, 1938. Magazine titled, "A Cargo of Innocence". Measures 13-1/2" tall x 10-5/8" wide. 106 pp. with lots of articles, ads, illustrations and photos. Contains the Hemingway article, "The Cardinal Picks a Winner" (Hanneman #C 293). This is the first and only appearance of this article. Numerous full page pictures of Spanish Civil War images, including other topics highlighted by Ken (anti-nazi, anti-fascist, etc). Magazine in good condition with flaws noted: A faint crease across the front center length of the cover, which shows up as a white line on the front color cover; bottom and top corners have faint creases; small white thumb creases dot the cover. Else, spine staples tight and magazine is clean with no interior writing. Pages 53 - 56 (one fold) detached from staple bindings - (the center of magazine), and laid in. Full-page picture pages 51-57 have up to a 1/2" tear on the outer center edge, extending inward. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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10 Hemingway, Ernest The Time Now, The Place Spain" in Ken Magazine Vol 1 No 1 April 7, 1938
Chicago Ken, Inc. 1938 Soft cover Good Magazine 
Chicago: Ken, Inc. Published April 7th, 1938. Magazine titled, "The Coming Moroccan Revolt". Measures 13-1/2" tall x 10-5/8" wide. 138 pp. with lots of articles, ads, illustrations and photos. Contains the Hemingway article, "The Time Now, The Place Spain" (Hanneman #C 283). Hemingway argues that a world war can be averted if Mussolini and Fascism are beaten in Spain. This is the first of 13 articles and one short story that Hem wrote for Ken. The boxed notice was taken directly from a telegram which Hemingway sent to Arnold Gingrich, the editor - the only change was the insertion of the words "contracted and" in the second sentence. This is the first and only appearance of this article, including other topics highlighted by Ken (anti-nazi, anti-fascist, etc). Other highlights of this issue include a George Petty Old Gold Cigarette 'Petty Pinup illustration', as well as an important collection of photos (including 'Migrant Mother' Florence Owens Thompson) documenting the tough economic times (dust bowl era) by Dorthea Lange, an important photojournalist. Magazine in good condition with flaws noted: Bottom and top corners have faint creases; thumb creases toward center front edge; small rubbing to front cover; spine staples tight, although pages 69-72 have come loose from staples and is laid-in. Also, on page 17-18, a small illustration has been cut out from the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad advertisement - this removal also affects a Jameson Irish Whiskey advertisement (page 17). 
Price: 75.00 USD
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11 Hemingway, Ernest United We Fall Upon Ken", in Ken Magazine Vol 1 No 5 June 2, 1938
Chicago Ken, Inc. 1938 Soft cover Good Magazine 
Chicago: Ken, Inc. Published June 2nd, 1938. Magazine titled, "A Measure of Recovery". Measures 13-1/2" tall x 10-5/8" wide. 106 pp. with lots of articles, ads, illustrations and photos. Contains the Hemingway article, "United We Fall Upon KEN" (Hanneman #C 297). Hemingway comments on the letters which he had received urging him to discontinue writing for KEN. This is the first and only appearance of this article, including other topics highlighted by Ken (anti-nazi, anti-fascist, etc). Magazine in good condition with flaws noted: bottom and top corners have faint creases; spine torn at seam up to lowest staple (2 inches) and from top to middle staple (6 inches); spine staples tight and magazine is clean with no interior writing. Previous owner's mailing label on back cover. Some moisture staining on back cover, and throughout magazine along top, fore, and bottom pages. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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12 Hemingway, Ernest ['The Circus'] found within Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Magazine & Program 1953
Harry S Dube 1953 1st Edition Soft cover Very Good Magazine 
No Place: Circus Magazine. Published 1953. Measures 11" tall x 8-3/8" wide. Packed with lots of articles on the Barnum & Bailey Circus, many color ads, illustrations and photos. Contains the Hemingway essay, "The Circus" (Hanneman #C 375). The two page essay on the topic of 'the Circus', includes three large black and white photos. Magazine in very good condition with flaws noted: Light wrinkling to front and back covers at spine. Magazine now in a crystal-clear archival slip. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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