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Memo 1 PROJECTS IN DESIGN [Buy it!]

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Szukalski Stanislaw  2500.00 Biblio J.B. Muns, Fine Arts Books  Chicago: UP, 1929. Hardcover. Very Good. Ltd. to 150 copies numbered. Gilt cover/spine. a.e.g. 161 plates. Printed by Lakside Pr., Chicago. Some toning on end papaers per usual. Published without a dust jacket. Includes an original illus. tipped in as frontispiece, signed by the author/artist, a Polish sculpltor who died in the 1990's. 1929. UP US  
Memo 2 Projects in Design Sculpture and Architecture[Buy it!]

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Stanislaw Szukalski  1250.00 Amazon Amazon Marketplace  COLLECTIBLE, The University of Chicago Press 1929 Hardcover  
Memo 3 Projects in Design Sculpture and Architecture[Buy it!]

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Stanislaw Szukalski  129.85 Amazon Amazon Marketplace  USED, The University of Chicago Press 1929 Hardcover  
Memo 4 PROJECTS IN DESIGN[Buy it!]

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SZUKALSKI, STANISLAW (ROGER A. CRANE)  300.00 Abebooks Aah Rare Chicago  [publisher: THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS, CHICAGO, IL] First Edition 53 + (162) PAGES OF B/W PLATES. WATER AND RING STAINS ON FRONT COVER CLOTH. THE COVERS ARE DAMP STAINED AT THE TOP. THE INTERIOR TEXT AND PLATES ARE IN VERY GOOD AND TIGHT CONDITION. ALL EDGES ARE GILT. SZUKALSKI WAS A "BOHEMIAM" POLISH ARTIST WHO WAS PART OF THE CHICAGO LITERARY RENAISSANCE GROUP ALONG WITH BEN HECHT, CARL SANDBURG, MAXWELL BODENHEIM AND MARGARET ANDERSON DURING THE 1920'S IN CHICAGO. HE RETURNED TO POLAND AND PRODUCED MANY SCULPTURES THAT WERE HOUSED IN A NATIONAL MUSEUM. MOST OF HIS SCULPTURE WORKS WERE DESTROYED DURING WORLD WAR II IN POLAND. A FEW OF HIS SCULPTURES CAN BE FOUND IN CHICASGOLAND CEMETARIES. Size: 10 7/8" X 12 1/4" [Glenview, IL, U.S.A.]  
Memo 5 Projects in Design[Buy it!]

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Szukalski, Stanislaw  500.00 Abebooks Darren Winston, Bookseller, IOBA, SNEAB  First Edition Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, (1929). First Edition. Folio. Slight sunning to spine and a few small stains to front cover--otherwise a lovely copy. [Sharon, CT, U.S.A.]  
Memo 6 Projects in Design; Sculpture and Architecture [Buy it!]

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Szukalski Stanislaw  450.00 Biblio Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB  Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1929. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good+. First edition, 1929, hardcover, squarish quarto, unpaginated, illustrated in b&w. Book VG+ with some light general soil, binding tight, previous owner's signature to front flyleaf, otherwise text is clean bright and unmarked. No DJ. Stanislaw Szukalski (1893-1987) was a Polish-born painter and sculptor. He also developed the pseudoscientific-historical theory of Zermatism, positing that all human culture was derived from post-deluge Easter Island and that mankind was locked in an eternal struggle with the Sons of Yeti ("Yetinsyny"), the offspring of Yeti and humans. He illustrated this theory in his works. 1929. The University of Chicago Press US  
Memo 7 Projects in Design; Sculpture and Architecture[Buy it!]

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Szukalski, Stanislaw  455.00 Alibris Caliban Book Shop via Alibris  Chicago The University of Chicago Press 1929 First edition Hardcover Very Good+ First edition, 1929, hardcover, squarish quarto, unpaginated, illustrated in b&w. Book VG+ with some light general soil, binding tight, previous owner"s signature to front flyleaf, otherwise text is clean bright and unmarked. No DJ. Stanislaw Szukalski (1893-1987) was a Polish-born painter and sculptor. He also developed the pseudoscientific-historical theory of Zermatism, positing that all human culture was derived from post-deluge Easter Island and that mankind was locked in an eternal struggle with the Sons of Yeti ("Yetinsyny"), the offspring of Yeti and humans. He illustrated this theory in his works.  
Memo 8 Projects in Design; Sculpture and Architecture[Buy it!]

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Szukalski, Stanislaw  450.00 Abebooks Caliban Books Pittsburgh PA, ABAA  [publisher: The University of Chicago Press, Chicago] First Edition First edition, 1929, hardcover, squarish quarto, unpaginated, illustrated in b&w. Book VG+ with some light general soil, binding tight, previous owner's signature to front flyleaf, otherwise text is clean bright and unmarked. No DJ. Stanislaw Szukalski (1893-1987) was a Polish-born painter and sculptor. He also developed the pseudoscientific-historical theory of Zermatism, positing that all human culture was derived from post-deluge Easter Island and that mankind was locked in an eternal struggle with the Sons of Yeti ("Yetinsyny"), the offspring of Yeti and humans. He illustrated this theory in his works. [Pittsburgh, PA, U.S.A.]  
Memo 9 Sculpture And Architecture Projects In Design [Buy it!]

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Szukalski Stanislaus  2400.00 Biblio Royoung bookseller, Inc.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1929. First edition. Hardcover. Orig. orange cloth spine and blue cloth, front cover and spine lettered in gilt. Age. Fine in original nicked glassine.. 53 pages in text. Limited edition, copy 46 of 150 with original woodblock designed, printed and signed by Szukalski, the book set by hand in Bodoni, and printed by the Lakeside Press. Abundantly illustrated with his designs, many with letterpress text. Szukalski immigrated to the United States in his teens, where he joined the arts scene in Chicago and became a vital part of the "Chicago Renaissance." He later, in 1940 moved to Los Angeles where he lived in poverty, taking odd jobs in film studios, designing scenery, occasionally sculpting and drawing. In the introduction his moving tribute to American jazz adumbrates his philosophical stance relative to art and culture. Bright, almost as new copy with the original glassine dust wrapper intact, but frayed. 1929. University of Chicago Press US  
Memo 10 Sculpture And Architecture Projects In Design[Buy it!]

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Szukalski, Stanislaus  2400.00 Abebooks Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA  [publisher: University of Chicago Press, Chicago] First Edition 53 pages in text. Limited edition, copy 46 of 150 with original woodblock designed, printed and signed by Szukalski, the book set by hand in Bodoni, and printed by the Lakeside Press. Abundantly illustrated with his designs, many with letterpress text. Szukalski immigrated to the United States in his teens, where he joined the arts scene in Chicago and became a vital part of the "Chicago Renaissance." He later, in 1940 moved to Los Angeles where he lived in poverty, taking odd jobs in film studios, designing scenery, occasionally sculpting and drawing. In the introduction his moving tribute to American jazz adumbrates his philosophical stance relative to art and culture. Bright, almost as new copy with the original glassine dust wrapper intact, but frayed. Orig. orange cloth spine and blue cloth, front cover and spine lettered in gilt. Age. Fine in original nicked glassine. [Ardsley, NY, U.S.A.]  
Memo 11 Sculpture and Architecture Projects in Design[Buy it!]

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Szukalski, Stanislaus  2400.00 Alibris Royoung Bookseller, Inc. via Alibris  Chicago University of Chicago Press 1929 First edition Hardcover Orig. orange cloth spine and blue cloth, front cover and spine lettered in gilt. Age. Fine in original nicked glassine. 53 pages in text. Limited edition, copy 46 of 150 with original woodblock designed, printed and signed by Szukalski, the book set by hand in Bodoni, and printed by the Lakeside Press. Abundantly illustrated with his designs, many with letterpress text. Szukalski immigrated to the United States in his teens, where he joined the arts scene in Chicago and became a vital part of the "Chicago Renaissance." He later, in 1940 moved to Los Angeles where he lived in poverty, taking odd jobs in film studios, designing scenery, occasionally sculpting and drawing. In the introduction his moving tribute to American jazz adumbrates his philosophical stance relative to art and culture. Bright, almost as new copy with the original glassine dust wrapper intact, but frayed.  
Memo 12 SZUKALSKI PROJECTS IN DESIGN [Buy it!]

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SZUKALSKI STANISLAW. Szukalski Stanislaw & Roger A. Crane  660.00 Biblio Arcana: Books on the Arts  (SZUKALSKI, STANISLAW). Szukalski, Stanislaw & Roger A. Crane. SZUKALSKI - PROJECTS IN DESIGN. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1929. First Edition. Large 4to. Gilt-Embossed Buckram. Artist Monograph. Good +/No Jacket. np (ca. 200pp), profusely illustrated in b&w. Full edge gilt with decorative endpapers. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. This is the massive 1929 monograph on the noted idiosyncratic Polish-American artist Stanislav Szukalski. An internally most handsome example whose gilt edges and cover embossing are still bright. The blue buckram covers show some wear and small scratches, mild bumps to the foredge tips, and some grime and slight discoloration along the spine. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 021384 1929. The University of Chicago Press US  
Memo 13 SZUKALSKI - PROJECTS IN DESIGN[Buy it!]

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STANISLAW). Szukalski, Stanislaw & Roger A. Crane (SZUKALSKI  690.00 Amazon Amazon Marketplace  COLLECTIBLE, The University of Chicago Press 1929 Hardcover  
Memo 14 SZUKALSKI - PROJECTS IN DESIGN[Buy it!]

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SZUKALSKI, STANISLAW). Szukalski, Stanislaw & Roger A. Crane  660.00 Abebooks Arcana: Books on the Arts  [publisher: The University of Chicago Press, Chicago] First Edition np (ca. 200pp), profusely illustrated in b&w. Full edge gilt with decorative endpapers. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. This is the massive 1929 monograph on the noted idiosyncratic Polish-American artist Stanislav Szukalski. An internally most handsome example whose gilt edges and cover embossing are still bright. The blue buckram covers show some wear and small scratches, mild bumps to the foredge tips, and some grime and slight discoloration along the spine. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. [Culver City, CA, U.S.A.]  
Memo 15 SZUKALSKI : PROJECTS IN DESIGN : Sculpture and Architecture [Buy it!]

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Szukalski Stanislaw & Roger A. Crane  390.00 Biblio Plum Books  Chicago:: University of Chicago,, 1929. Ex-Library/no dust jacket. Hardcover,ex-library, minimal but usual library marks, gilt edges,blue boards with gilt design,beautiful endpapers, boards worn, worn through at corners, pages clean, tight but for library marks. 1929. University of Chicago, US  
Memo 16 SZUKALSKI : PROJECTS IN DESIGN : Sculpture and Architecture[Buy it!]

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Szukalski, Stanislaw & Roger A. Crane  390.00 Abebooks Plum Books  [publisher: University of Chicago,, Chicago:] Ex-Library/no dust jacket Hardcover,ex-library, minimal but usual library marks, gilt edges,blue boards with gilt design,beautiful endpapers, boards worn, worn through at corners, pages clean, tight but for library marks. [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]  
Memo 17 Szukalski Projects in Design: Sculpture and Architecture [Buy it!]

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Szukalski Stanislaw  500.00 Biblio Burnside Rare Books, ABAA  Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1929. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, trade issue. 53pp. + illustrations. Original blue cloth with gilt lettering and edges. Very Good with light staining to cloth, internally clean and sturdily bound. A nice copy. 1929. The University of Chicago Press US  
Memo 18 Szukalski Projects in Design: Sculpture and Architecture[Buy it!]

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Szukalski, Stanislaw  500.00 Alibris Burnside Rare Books via Alibris  The University of Chicago Press 1929 First Edition Hardcover Very Good First edition, trade issue. 53pp. + illustrations. Original blue cloth with gilt lettering and edges. Very Good with light staining to cloth, internally clean and sturdily bound. A nice copy.  
Memo 19 Szukalski Projects in Design: Sculpture and Architecture[Buy it!]

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Szukalski, Stanislaw  500.00 Abebooks Burnside Rare Books, ABAA  [publisher: The University of Chicago Press] First Edition First edition, trade issue. 53pp. + illustrations. Original blue cloth with gilt lettering and edges. Very Good with light staining to cloth, internally clean and sturdily bound. A nice copy. [Portland, OR, U.S.A.]  
Memo 20 Szukalski Projects in Design; Sculpture and Architecture.[Buy it!]

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Stanislaw Szukalski  666.45 AmazonUK AmazonUK  USED, University of Chicago Press 1929 Hardcover
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Memo 21 Szukalski-Projects in Design[Buy it!]

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(Szukalski, Stanislaw). Szukalski, Stanislaw & Roger A. Crane  720.00 Alibris Arcana: Books on the Arts via Alibris  Chicago The University of Chicago Press 1929 First Edition Hardcover (SZUKALSKI, STANISLAW). Szukalski, Stanislaw & Roger A. Crane. SZUKALSKI-PROJECTS IN DESIGN. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1929. First Edition. Large 4to. Gilt-Embossed Buckram. Artist Monograph. Good +/No Jacket. np (ca. 200pp), profusely illustrated in b&w. Full edge gilt with decorative endpapers. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. This is the massive 1929 monograph on the noted idiosyncratic Polish-American artist Stanislav Szukalski. An internally most handsome example whose gilt edges and cover embossing are still bright. The blue buckram covers show some wear and small scratches, mild bumps to the foredge tips, and some grime and slight discoloration along the spine. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value-we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 021384.  
Memo 22 SZUKALSKI. PROJECTS IN DESIGN. Sculpture and Architecture. Limited Edition Containing an Original Woodblock Print Signed by the Artist. [Buy it!]

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Szukalski Stanislaw  2000.00 Biblio Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1929. Book. Very good+ condition. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s). First Edition. Oblong quarto (4to). 53 pages of introductory text, followed by over 160 black & white plates. Orange and blue hardcover cloth binding with minimal rubbing to the extremities and minimal sunning to boards; protected in custom stiff archival mylar. Number 48 of 150 copies containing a woodblock print, designed, printed, and signed by the author for this edition. Pencil signed woodblock print has two light creases; it is titled "Song of Warning and Annunciation." Stanislaw Szukalski (1895-1987).. 1929. University of Chicago Press US  
Memo 23 SZUKALSKI. PROJECTS IN DESIGN. Sculpture and Architecture. Limited Edition Containing an Original Woodblock Print, Signed by the Artist.[Buy it!]

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Stanislaw Szukalski  2000.00 Amazon Amazon Marketplace  USED, University of Chicago Press 1929 Hardcover  
Memo 24 SZUKALSKI. PROJECTS IN DESIGN. Sculpture and Architecture. Limited Edition Containing an Original Woodblock Print, Signed by the Artist.[Buy it!]

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Szukalski, Stanislaw  2000.00 Abebooks Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA  [publisher: University of Chicago Press, Chicago] First Edition 53 pages of introductory text, followed by over 160 black & white plates. Orange and blue hardcover cloth binding with minimal rubbing to the extremities and minimal sunning to boards; protected in custom stiff archival mylar. Number 48 of 150 copies containing a woodblock print, designed, printed, and signed by the author for this edition. Pencil signed woodblock print has two light creases; it is titled "Song of Warning and Annunciation." Stanislaw Szukalski (1895-1987). [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]  
Memo 25 SZUKALSKI. PROJECTS IN DESIGN. Sculpture and Architecture. Limited Edition Containing an Original Woodblock Print, Signed by the Artist.[Buy it!]

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Szukalski, Stanislaw  2000.00 Booksandcollectibles Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA  Book Oblong quarto (4to) Hardcover Very good+ condition 53 pages of introductory text, followed by over 160 black & white plates. Orange and blue hardcover cloth binding with minimal rubbing to the extremities and minimal sunning to boards; protected in custom stiff archival mylar. Number 48 of 150 copies containing a woodblock print, designed, printed, and signed by the author for this edition. Pencil signed woodblock print has two light creases; it is titled "Song of Warning and Annunciation." Stanislaw Szukalski (1895-1987). Publisher: University of Chicago Press Chicago 1929 First Edition University of Chicago Press Chicago 1929 First Edition US  
Memo 26 Szukalski. Projects in Design. Sculpture and Architecture. Limited Edition Containing an Original Woodblock Print, Signed By the Artist[Buy it!]

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Szukalski, Stanislaw  2000.00 Alibris Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA) via Alibris  Chicago University of Chicago Press 1929 First Edition Hardcover Very good+ condition Book. Oblong quarto (4to). Signed by Author(s) 53 pages of introductory text, followed by over 160 black & white plates. Orange and blue hardcover cloth binding with minimal rubbing to the extremities and minimal sunning to boards; protected in custom stiff archival mylar. Number 48 of 150 copies containing a woodblock print, designed, printed, and signed by the author for this edition. Pencil signed woodblock print has two light creases; it is titled "Song of Warning and Annunciation." Stanislaw Szukalski (1895-1987).  
Memo 27 SZUKALSKI: PROJECTS IN DESIGN. Sculpture and Architecture [Buy it!]

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SZUKALSKI Stanislaw  2500.00 Biblio Boston Book Company  1929. SZUKALSKI, Stanislaw. SZUKALSKI: PROJECTS IN DESIGN. Sculpture and Architecture. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1929. Limited edition, #25 of 150 copies with original woodblock print signed by the artist. 4to., 10 3/4"x 12". Blue and orange cloth lettered in gilt on front and spine. Edges gilt. Thick protective mylar cover. B/w plates. Light wear to cloth. Slight discoloration to endpapers. Rear endpapers split along seam. Interior clean. Binding tight. Szukalski was a Polish-born artist connected with the "Chicago Renaissance". He is also known for his theory of "Zermatism" that held that "all human culture was derived from post-deluge Eater Island and that humankind was locked in an eternal struggle with the Sons of Yeti, the offspring of Yeti and humans. Just about Fine. 1929. US  
Memo 28 SZUKALSKI: PROJECTS IN DESIGN. Sculpture and Architecture[Buy it!]

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SZUKALSKI, Stanislaw  2500.00 Abebooks Boston Book Company, Inc. ABAA  SZUKALSKI, Stanislaw. SZUKALSKI: PROJECTS IN DESIGN. Sculpture and Architecture. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1929. Limited edition, #25 of 150 copies with original woodblock print signed by the artist. 4to., 10 3/4"x 12". Blue and orange cloth lettered in gilt on front and spine. Edges gilt. Thick protective mylar cover. B/w plates. Light wear to cloth. Slight discoloration to endpapers. Rear endpapers split along seam. Interior clean. Binding tight. Szukalski was a Polish-born artist connected with the "Chicago Renaissance". He is also known for his theory of "Zermatism" that held that "all human culture was derived from post-deluge Eater Island and that humankind was locked in an eternal struggle with the Sons of Yeti, the offspring of Yeti and humans. Just about Fine. [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]  
Memo 29 Szukalski: Projects in Design: Sculpture and Architecture[Buy it!]

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Szukalski, Stanislaw & Roger A. Crane  390.00 Alibris Plum Books via Alibris  Chicago University of Chicago 1929 Hardcover Hardcover, ex-library, minimal but usual library marks, gilt edges, blue boards with gilt design, beautiful endpapers, boards worn, worn through at corners, pages clean, tight but for library marks. INV#D Ex-Library/no dust jacket  
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