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Sinclair LewisDodsworth
$13.90
Publisher: The Modern Library , 1947
The Modern Library 1947; 1947. 377 pages. Pictorial DJ with red spine on green cloth boards. Dark grey to top of text block. Inscription to pastedown. Light tanning to text pages, light foxing to text block. Light rubbing to edges of boards and spine. Small water mark to top of from and rear. Light tanning and foxing to DJ. Chips to corners and ends of spine. Small tears in places. GOOD Hardcover; Good
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LEWIS, SINCLAIRSam Dodsworth - (Dodsworth) Translated Into French by Jeannine Antoine Goldet
$95.00
Publisher: Librarie Plon, 1931
Paris: Librarie Plon, 1931. First Edition - French. Paperbound. Signed and inscribed by the books translator, Jeannine Antoine Goldet, to French novelist, Paul Morand, with a warm inscription. Morand was an admirer of Lewis and wrote the preface to the First French Edition of Babbitt. Very good in printed wrappers. 436 pages First edition. Signed.
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LEWIS, SINCLAIRTyped Contract from the Samuel Goldwyn Studios Producer of the Film, Dodsworth
$125.00
Publisher: 2 pages, quarto
Los Angeles: 2 pages, quarto, November 18, 1942. An interesting document detailing the terms of allowing the Motion Picture Relief Fund to do a radio broadcast adaptation of Sinclair Lewis’ novel, Dodsworth, based on the screenplay of their 1936 film production of the novel. This contract is signed by M.A. Ezzell, Vice-President of the Samuel Goldwyn Studios, and accepted and signed by Huntly Gordon of the Motion Picture Relief Fund. The radio version was for Screen Guild Theater and their...
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Lewis, SinclairTyped Contract Signed ("Sinclair Lewis") with The Theatre Guild, Inc , for a radio broadcast of the play version of DODSWORTH
$600.00
1946
New York, 1946. Carbon copy on onionskin paper 1-1/2 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Fine. Contract for Radio Broadcast of Dodsworth Granting Lewis, in exchange for $750 to the Theatre Guild the right to produce a broadcast (sponsored by U.S. Steel Corp) of the play version of Dodsworth. Signed by Lewis as well as the representatives of The Theatre Guild. Signed.
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LEWIS, SINCLAIR & SIDNEY HOWARDSinclair Lewis’ Dodsworth - Dramatized by Sidney Howard With Comments by Sidney Howard and Sinclair Lewis on the Art of Dramatization
$4,500.00
Publisher: Harcourt Brace, 1934
New York: Harcourt Brace, 1934. First Edition. Special presentation edition signed by the authors Sinclair Lewis and Sidney Howard. This issue was made in a tiny quantity specifically for members of the original Broadway production with a special printed page which reads “To Jo Mielziner for helping to turn ‘Dodsworth’ from a manuscript into a play with gratitude of [hand signed in ink] Sinclair Lewis and [hand signed in ink] Sidney Howard. New York - September 1934.” Illustrated...
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Lewis, SinclairDodsworth
$1,750.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace and Company, New York, 1929
First Edition. Hardcover. Used - Very Good Very Good in Good jacket. Octavo 5.5" x 8.5" [JRS-H]. Signed by the author on the fly leaf. 377 pp. Hardcover, bound in blue cloth with dustjacket. Moderate shelf-wear, the jacket chipped along the edges with a split along the front fold and old tape stains; retaining price of $2.50 and without reviews on the front flap, indicating a first state. First Edition
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LEWIS, SINCLAIRSam Dodsworth - (Dodsworth). Translated Into French by Jeannine Antoine Goldet
$95.00
Publisher: Librarie Plon, 1931
Paris: Librarie Plon, 1931. First Edition - French. Paperbound. Signed and inscribed by the books translator, Jeannine Antoine Goldet, to French novelist, Paul Morand, with a warm inscription. Morand was an admirer of Lewis and wrote the preface to the First French Edition of Babbitt. Very good in printed wrappers. 436 pages First edition. Signed.
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LEWIS, SINCLAIRTyped Contract from the Samuel Goldwyn Studios Producer of the Film, Dodsworth
$125.00
Publisher: 2 pages, quarto
Los Angeles: 2 pages, quarto, November 18, 1942. An interesting document detailing the terms of allowing the Motion Picture Relief Fund to do a radio broadcast adaptation of Sinclair Lewis’ novel, Dodsworth, based on the screenplay of their 1936 film production of the novel. This contract is signed by M.A. Ezzell, Vice-President of the Samuel Goldwyn Studios, and accepted and signed by Huntly Gordon of the Motion Picture Relief Fund. The radio version was for Screen Guild Theater and their...
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Lewis, SinclairTyped Contract Signed ("Sinclair Lewis") with The Theatre Guild, Inc., for a radio broadcast of the play version of DODSWORTH
$600.00
1946
New York, 1946. Carbon copy on onionskin paper 1-1/2 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Fine. Contract for Radio Broadcast of Dodsworth Granting Lewis, in exchange for $750 to the Theatre Guild the right to produce a broadcast (sponsored by U.S. Steel Corp) of the play version of Dodsworth. Signed by Lewis as well as the representatives of The Theatre Guild. Signed.
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LEWIS, SinclairDodsworth
$3,466.58
Publisher: New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company,, 1929
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1929. A Novel. Octavo. Original blue boards, titles to spine and upper board in orange. Spine faded, ends and corners rubbed, slight fading to boards with a few marks. A very good copy, internally fresh. First edition, first printing. Presentation copy inscribed on the front free endpaper by the author to the poet and writer Vita Sackville-West and her diplomat husband Harold Nicolson, "Dear Vita + Harold, all our love, Sinclair Lewis". First edition....
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LEWIS, SINCLAIR & SIDNEY HOWARDSinclair Lewis’ Dodsworth - Dramatized by Sidney Howard. With Comments by Sidney Howard and Sinclair Lewis on the Art of Dramatization
$4,500.00
Publisher: Harcourt Brace, 1934
New York: Harcourt Brace, 1934. First Edition. Special presentation edition signed by the authors Sinclair Lewis and Sidney Howard. This issue was made in a tiny quantity specifically for members of the original Broadway production with a special printed page which reads “To Jo Mielziner for helping to turn ‘Dodsworth’ from a manuscript into a play with gratitude of [hand signed in ink] Sinclair Lewis and [hand signed in ink] Sidney Howard. New York - September 1934.” Illustrated...
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Sidney And Sinclair Lewis HowardSinclair Lewis's Dodsworth With Comments By Sidney Howard and Sinclair Lewis on the Art of Dramatization (Signed)
$280.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Harcourt Brace, 1934
Used - Like New, Usually ships in 1-2 business days, Hard Cover First Trade Edition, First pri Inscribed by Sidney Howard in October, 1934! FINE BOOK, CLEAN AND TIGHT, IN VERY GOOD+ DJ WITH ORIGINAL $2.50 PRICE, LIGHT EDGEWEAR, AND SMALL CHIP AND WRINKLES AT TOP OF REAR PANEL. Uncommon signed trade ediiton.
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Lewis, SinclairDODSWORTH
$67.50
Hardcover
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace and Company, New York, 1934
Used - Acceptable. Tan cloth covered boards with orange titles on front cover, bottom corners bumped. Old dampstain affects both covers and spine but not book body. Faded titles on sunned spine. Book body clean, lightly illustrated, gutters split. Signed by author Walter Huston on the front free end paper. Signed By Actor
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LEWIS, SINCLAIRSam Dodsworth - (Dodsworth). Translated Into French by Jeannine Antoine Goldet
$95.00
Softcover
Publisher: Paris Librarie Plon 1931, 1931
Used. First Edition - French. Paperbound. Signed and inscribed by the books translator, Jeannine Antoine Goldet, to French novelist, Paul Morand, with a warm inscription. Morand was an admirer of Lewis and wrote the preface to the First French Edition of Babbitt. Very good in printed wrappers. 436 pages
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LEWIS, SINCLAIR]Typed Contract from the Samuel Goldwyn Studios Producer of the Film, Dodsworth
$125.00
Publisher: Los Angeles 2 pages, quarto November 18, 1942, 1942
Used. An interesting document detailing the terms of allowing the Motion Picture Relief Fund to do a radio broadcast adaptation of Sinclair LewisÕ novel, Dodsworth, based on the screenplay of their 1936 film production of the novel. This contract is signed by M.A. Ezzell, Vice-President of the Samuel Goldwyn Studios, and accepted and signed by Huntly Gordon of the Motion Picture Relief Fund. The radio version was for Screen Guild Theater and their version of Dodsworth was aired February 2,...
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HOWARD, SIDNEY AND SINCLAIR LEWISSinclair Lewis's Dodsworth with Comments by Sidney Howard and Sinclair Lewis on the Art of Dramatization (signed)
$275.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Harcourt Brace, New York, 1934
Used. Inscribed by Sidney Howard in October, 1934! FINE BOOK, CLEAN AND TIGHT, IN VERY GOOD+ DJ WITH ORIGINAL $2.50 PRICE, LIGHT EDGEWEAR, AND SMALL CHIP AND WRINKLES AT TOP OF REAR PANEL. Uncommon signed trade ediiton.; includes dustjacket
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Lewis, Sinclair)Typed Contract Signed ("Sinclair Lewis") with The Theatre Guild, Inc., for a radio broadcast of the play version of DODSWORTH
$600.00
Publisher: New York, 1946
Used - Fine. Contract for Radio Broadcast of Dodsworth Granting Lewis, in exchange for $750 to the Theatre Guild the right to produce a broadcast (sponsored by U.S. Steel Corp) of the play version of Dodsworth. Signed by Lewis as well as the representatives of The Theatre Guild. Carbon copy on onionskin paper 1-1/2 pp. 1 vols. 4to (AMERICAN)
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LEWIS, Sinclair.Dodsworth. A Novel.
$3,467.55
Publisher: New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1929, 1929
Used. Octavo. Original blue boards, titles to spine and upper board in orange. Spine faded, ends and corners rubbed, slight fading to boards with a few marks. A very good copy, internally fresh. First edition, first printing. Presentation copy inscribed on the front free endpaper by the author to the poet and writer Vita Sackville-West and her diplomat husband Harold Nicolson, "Dear Vita + Harold, all our love, Sinclair Lewis". (BOOKS AUTOGRAPHS & SIGNED INSCRIBED, OR WITH LETTER LITERATURE AMERICAN MODERN)
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LEWIS, SINCLAIR & SIDNEY HOWARDSinclair LewisÕ Dodsworth - Dramatized by Sidney Howard. With Comments by Sidney Howard and Sinclair Lewis on the Art of Dramatization
$4,500.00
Hardcover
Publisher: New York Harcourt Brace 1934, 1934
Used. First Edition. Special presentation edition signed by the authors Sinclair Lewis and Sidney Howard. This issue was made in a tiny quantity specifically for members of the original Broadway production with a special printed page which reads ÒTo Jo Mielziner for helping to turn ÔDodsworthÕ from a manuscript into a play with gratitude of [hand signed in ink] Sinclair Lewis and [hand signed in ink] Sidney Howard. New York - September 1934.Ó Illustrated with photographs from the production....
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