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Mayakovsky, V. (Editor-in-chief), Rodchenko, A., et al.
Magazine LEF ["LEVY FRONT"] ("Left Front") No. 3 (7) 1925.
Moscow-Leningrad: GIZ, 1925.
The last issue of LEF in partial covers. Text in Russian. Tall 8vo (9-1/4 x 6) Softcover. Cover design by A. Rodchenko. 1,500 copies only. Among the contributors: Kruchenykh, Tretyakov, Shklovsky, Lavinsky, Zelinsky, Kirsanov. In this issue was published the famous Mayakovsky's poem "Vladimir Il'ich Lenin. [Mayakovsky, Vladimir (1893-1930): The most famous Soviet poet, one of the founders of Russian Futurism. - Rodchenko, Alexander (1891-1956): the famous artist and photographer of Russian Avant-garde. Graphic artist, designer, painter, theater artist. Posters, books, photography, etc. Constructivist. Member of OBMOKhU, "October". Exhibited in 1922 (Berlin) with Archipenko, Chagall, Gabo, Kandinsky, Lissitzky, Malevich, Popova, Puni (Pougny), Tatlin, et al. - Cover of this magazine was reproduced in in S. Compton's book on Russian Avant-garde and in "Typographies et Photomontages Constructivistes en U. R. S. S."]

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Bobrinsky, A. A., Count.
NARODNIYE RUSSKIYE DEREBIANNIYE IZDELIYA ("Russian Folk Wooden Wares"). Issue XII of.
Moscow, 1914.
Text in Russian. Folio size (16" x 12") Portfolio. Eight pages of description and 34 (of 37) plates. (No. 164-200, missing 178, 181 & 183). [Rare]

Now part of the item 01627R


Rodchenko, et al.) Mayakovsky, Vladimir (Editor-in-chief)
NOVY LEF ("New FEF"). Magazine of the Left Front of Arts. No. 1
Moscow: GIZ, 1927

The very first issue.

Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Illustrated with photographs and movie stills. 3000 copies only. Disbound, trimmed, no rear cover. Content should outweigh flaws.

Editor-in-chief: Vladimir Mayakovsky.
Cover by Aleksandr Rodchenko (Constructivism).
Artists: Anton Lavinsky, Aleksandr Rodchenko, Varvara Stepanova,

Authors: Boris Arvatov, Nikolay Aseev, Osip Brik, Vitaly Zhemchuzhny, Semen Kirsanov, Boris Kushner, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Petr Neznamov, Boris Pasternak, Victor Pertsov, Sergey Tretyakov, Victor Shklovsky, et al.

Movies by Dziga Vertov, Eduard Tisse, Sergey Eisenstein, et al.

MOMA Cat. No. 715 & 759, Getty Cat. No. 593, British Library Cat. No. 278.

Rare. Not in NYPL.

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Antiquarian Book Trading Company of P. Shibanov
KATALOG REDKIKH I ZAMECHATEL'NYKH KNIG... ("Catalogue of Rare and Remarkable Books...") And similar ones. 12 Catalogues
Moscow, 1886-1894

Twelve catalogues.

Text in Russian. 6-3/4" x 4-1/2" to 10" x 6-3/4" Softcovers. 40 to 126 pp. in each catalogue.

Rare.

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Shifrin, Nisson (?)
Advertising for Theater Performance 'SOROCHINSKAYA YARMARKA' ("Sorochintsy Fair")
Moscow, [1930's]

Advertising for Nemirovich-Danchenko theater's performance of opera by Modest Mussorgsky after Nikolay Gogol'.
Artist of the opera: Nisson Shifrin.

Design with elements of Constructivism.

Size in inches: 4" x 13-3/8" unfolded

Size in centimeters: 10 x 34 cm

Text in Russian. 3000 copies only.

Rare

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Chaikov, Lissitzky, Tyshler, et al.)
EVREYSKAYA KHUDOZHESTVENNAYA VYSTAVKA ("Jewish Art Exhibition"). Catalogue
Kiev: Kultur-Liga, 1920

Catalogue of a group exhibition of Jewish sculpture, graphics and drawings.
Organizers: Issachar Ryback, Boris Aronson, et al.
Cover by Iosif Chaykov.
Among the artists: Alexander Tyshler, Isaac Rabichev, Lazar' (El) Lissitsky, Nisson Shifrin, et al.

Text in Ukrainian, Russian and Yiddish. Stapled brochure in pre-attached glassine dust jacket. Artists' addresses.

Reproduced in "Tradition and Revolution" (see pp. 54) and 222).

Extremely Rare, especially with DJ. Not in MOMA. Not in Getty. Not in British Library. Not in NYPL.
WorldCat shows no copies worldwide.

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Bezymensky, A.; M. Semenko.
POSTRIL (The Gunshot). Poetical comedy.
Kharkov: D.V.U., 1930.
Text in Ukrainian. SC. 7-1/4 x 5 in. Constructivist cover by N. Sobol'. Book design by G. Sinegub. 3000 copies. This translation is more work by Semenko than by Bezymensky. [Bezymensky, Aleksandr (1898-19??): well-known Russian Soviet poet. Participated in Russian Revolution. Proletkul't. Patriotic poetry (Komsomol, Lenin, satirical poetry). Follower of Mayakovsky. Semenko, Myhail' (1892-1937): Ukrainian Soviet poet. Futurist, founder and theorist of Ukrainian avant-garde literature. For more information see the book by O. Ilnytzkyj 'Ukrainian Futurism'. Sobol', Naum (1898-1967): Ukrainian artist. Avant-garde, then AkhChU. Worked for theater. Movie posters. Exhibited from 1918, 1n 1927 (Kharkov) with Ermilov, Mane-Katz, Tatlin, etc. Sinegub G: Ukrainian graphic artist. Exhibited in 1928 (Kiev) with Favorsky, etc.]

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Terentiev I.]
TRAKTAT O SPLOSHNOM NEPRILICHII (Treatise on Utter Indecency).
41 Degree, [Tiflis, 1920.]
1st edition. Text in Russian. SC. 8-3/4 x 6 in. 15 pp. Typographical design and cover by I. Terentiev.

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Efros N.
TEATR 'LETUCHAIA MYSH'' (Theater 'The Bat'). Review of 10-years artistic activity of the first Russian theater-cabaret. First Edition.
Petrograd: 'Solntse Rossii', [1918].
Text in Russian. Card covers. 12' x 9-1/2'. 48 pp. + 29 plates. Profusely illustrated (1 to 2 illustrations on each page besides the plates). Cover (light-brown color, beautifully composed) and book ornamentation by S. Chekhonin. 'The Bat' was the famous Russian Theater of Miniatures: the first theater-cabaret. Founded by Nikita Baliev in 1908, existed until 1920. [Baliev, Nikita (1886?-1936): Well-known Russian actor. Especially known as director and master of ceremonies of founded by him first Russian Theater-cabaret 'The Bat'. Emigrated with his theater in 1920. Performed in Paris, New York. Died in U.S. Chekhonin, Sergei (1878-1936 Germany): Well-known Russian and Soviet artist. Painter, graphic artist. Posters, porcelain, bookplates, agitprop. 'World of Art', 'Dom Iskusstv', 'Obshchina Khudozhnikov', AKhRR. Exhibited in 1922 (Berlin) with Archipenko, Chagall, Dobuzhinsky, Exter, Filonov, Gabo, Kandinsky, Lissitzky, Malevich, Popova, Puni (Pougny), Rodchenko, Rozanova, Stenberg, Stepanova, Tatlin, etc.]

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Group of the authors.
Ts.G.A.L.I. PUTEVODITEL'. ISKUSSTVO. ('Central State Archive of Literature and Art of USSR. Guide. ART'.)
Moscow: G.A.U., 1959.
Text in Russian. HB. 9' x 6'. 445 pp.

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Group of authors.
Ts.G.A.L.I. PUTEVODITEL'. ('Central State Archive of Literature and Art of USSR. Guide. Issue No. 5. 1972-1977 arrivals.)
Moscow: G.A.U., 1982.
Text in Russian. HB. 2000 copies only. 8-3/4' x 6-1/4'. 497 pp. Among the archives: Aseev, Benois, Blok, Grabar', Dovzhenko, Zabolotsky, Kamensky, Kassil', Koonen, Kruchenykh, Kuleshov, Mikhoels, Pasternak, Prokofiev, Punin, Remizov, Roslavetz, Sel'vinsky, Tairov, Tarasenkov, Khlebnikov, Shostakovich, and many other important names. In the index there are listed such names as Mayakovsky, Meyerhold, Malevich, Lissitzky, Rodchenko, Boris Grigoriev, at al.

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Group of authors.
Ts.G.A.L.I. PUTEVODITEL'. ('Central State Archive of Literature and Art of USSR. Guide. Issue No. 3. 1962-1966 arrivals.)
Moscow: G.A.U., 1968.
Text in Russian. HB. 2000 copies only. 8-3/4' x 6-1/4'. 484 pp. Among the archives: Bunin, Guro, Dovzhenko, Kamensky, Kustodiev, Lissitzky, Meyerhold, Petrov-Vodkin, Rerikh, Tairov, Tatlin, Filonov, Shostakovich, Averchenko, Evreinov, Sergei Makovsky, Osorgin, and many other important names. In the index there are listed such names as Mayakovsky, Malevich, Rodchenko, Goncharova, Larionov, Boris Grigoriev, Burliuk, Khardjiev, at al.

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Bilibine) Rimsky-Korsakov N.; Bel'sky V. (after Pushkin A.).
Sheet Music ZOLOTOI PETUSHOK ('The Golden Cockerel'). A Fable. Opera. First Edition.
Moscow: Jurgenson, 1908.
Text in Russian and French. (French text by de M. D. Calvocoressi). Hardcover. 11-3/4' x 9-1/4'. 206 pp. Beautifully designed cover by I. Bilibin. [Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolai (1844-1908): One of the greatest Russian composers. Pushkin, Aleksandr (1779-1837): the most famous Russian poet. Bilibin or Bilibine, Ivan (1876-1942): the famous Russian artist. Graphics and theater, book illustrations. Studied under Repin. Member of 'World of Art' with Bakst, Somov, Benois. Was often using traditional Russian folk motifs. Participated in many exhibitions.]

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Various authors.
PERED VAMI, BAGDADSKIE NEBESA ("To You, Bagdadi's Skies"). Memoirs. First Edition.
Tbilisi: Merani, 1973.
Text in Russian. Cloth in DJ. 8-7/8 x 6-7/8. 317 pp. Illustrated. Memoirs pertaining to Mayakovsky's relation to Georgia. Among the contributors famous writers and artists (futurists, etc.): Shklovsky, Gamrekeli, Gudiashvili, Kamensky, Zdanevich, Katanian, et al. [Mayakovsky, Vladimir (1893-1930): The most famous Soviet poet, one of the founders of Russian Futurism. Bagdadi: village in Georgia where Mayakovsky was born.]

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Kuz'min, Nikolai.
DAVNO I NEDAVNO ("Long Time Ago and Recently").
Moscow: "Sovetsky Khudozhnik", 1982.
1st edition. Text in Russian. Cloth stamped in black. 8vo. 482, (XXIII) pp. Illustrated. Memoirs of Nikolai Kuz'min with Chronology, List of exhibitions, List of books illustrated, Bibliography, Index (Annenkov, Bakst, Benois, Vrubel', Boris Grigoriev, Dobuzhinsky, Diagilev, Korovin, Malevich, Mayakovsky, Meyerhold, Pasternak, Roerich, Somov, Tatlin, Feshin, Filonov, Chekhonin, et al.) [Kuz'min, Nikolai (1890-1983): Well-known Russian and Soviet graphic artist. Member of group "13". Exhibited in 1929 (Switzerland) with Al'tman, Klutsis, Telingater; in 1932 (Konigsberg) with Favorsky, Rodchenko, Stepanova; etc.]

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Mayakovsky, V.) Katanian V. (Intro).
Exhibition Catalog: VLADIMIR VLADIMIROVICH MAYAKOVSKY. Painting. Graphics. Drawings.
Moscow: State Library-Museum of V. V. Mayakovsky, 1963.
Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. 8 x 5-1/4. 13, I pp. Constructivist cover by I. Vulokh. Mayakovsky as an artist: Paintings, ROSTA Windows, Drawings, Costume design (Meyerhold Theater), Lubok, Posters, Advertising, Illustrations.

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Tretiakov [Tretyakov], Sergei.
SVANETIYA.
Moscow: Pabochaya Moskva, 1928.
Text in Russian. Stapled wraps (Constructivist design). [Tretiakov, Sergei (1892-1939): Russian Soviet writer, play-writer and literature critic. Futurist, member of LEF ('Left Front"): the most important association of Soviet mid-1920's Avant-garde writers (Mayakovsky), artists and photographers (Rodchenko), architects (Lavinsky) and others. One of the founders of the futurist group "Tvorchestvo" on the Soviet Far East c. 1919. Worked with V. Meyerhold and S. Eisenstein.]

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Tretiakov [Tretyakov], Sergei.
PROTIVOGAZY ("Gas-masks"). Melodrama.
Moscow: Vserossiisky Proletkul't, 1924.
First (and the only) edition. Text in Russian. Stapled wraps (Design with constructivist elements). 5000 copies only. [Tretiakov, Sergei (1892-1939): Russian Soviet writer, play-writer and literature critic. Futurist, member of LEF ('Left Front"): the most important association of Soviet mid-1920's avant-garde writers (Mayakovsky), artists and photographers (Rodchenko), architects (Lavinsky) and others. One of the founders of the futurist group "Tvorchestvo" on the Soviet Far East c. 1919. Worked with V. Meyerhold and S. Eisenstein]

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Khanzhonkov, A. A.
PERVYE GODY RUSSKOI KINEMATOGRAFII [KINOPROMYSHLENNOSTI] ("First Yeas of Russian Cinematography [On the cover: Cinema Industry]). Memoirs.
Moscow-Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1937.
First (and the only) edition. Text in Russian. Cloth decorated to front and spine. Illustrated. Cover design by S. Kovan'ko. 2000 copies only. [Khanzhonkov, Aleksandr (1877-1945): First major Russian cinema organizer and businessman.]

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Pilniak (Pinnyak), Boris.
BYLIYO ("Long Forgotten")
Revel': Bibliofil, 1922.
First Edition? Text in Russian. Soft cover.

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Group of authors.
OT STAROGO K NOVOMY ("From Old to New"). Play.
Kharkov: Molodoi Rabochiy, 1923.
First (and the only) Edition. Text in Russian. Soft Cover. Illustrated. Constructivist cover. Artist V. Koronin. 5000 copies only.

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Tolstoy, Alexey.
PUTESHESTVIE V DRUGOI MIR ("Journey to Another World"). First Edition.
Leningrad: GIKhL, 1932.
Text in Russian. Soft cover. Constructivist cover. [Alexey Tolstoy: Famous Soviet writer.]

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Radlov, Sergey.
DESIAT' LET V TEATRE ("Ten Years in the Theater").
Leningrad: "Priboy", 1929.
First (and the only) Edition. Text in Russian. Softcover. 329 pp. Illustrated with plates. Constructivist cover design by V. Khodasevich. 3000 copies only. [Radlov, Sergey - well-known Russian theater critic. Khodasevich, Valentina (1894-1970) Well-known Russian and soviet avant-garde painter and theater decorator. Studied under Van Dongen. Worked with Tatlin, Kamensky, Burliuk, Mayakovsky. Exhibited on Union of Youth and Knave of Diamonds exhibitions]

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Roerich, Nicholas.
TYPED LETTER, SIGNED.
Naggar, Kulu, Punjab, Br. India. 1931.
1 leaf, 2 sides, Oct. 20th 1931. In envelope with stamp removed. Letter on heavier stock, with embossed gilt seal.

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Roerich, Nicholas.
TYPED LETTER, SIGNED.
Naggar, Kulu, Punjab, Br. India. 1931.
1 leaf, 1 side, Sept. 24th 1931. In envelope with addressee's name only (hand-delivered?). Letter on heavier stock, with embossed gilt seal.

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Eikhenbaum B., Tynianov, Y., Shklovsky, V., et al. Edited by B. Eikhenbaum.
POETIKA KINO ("Poetics of the Cinema"). [Collection of Articles]
Moscow-Leningrad: Kinopechat', 1927.
First (and the only) edition. Text in Russian. Soft cover. 3500 copies only. [Shklovsky, Victor (1893-?): Well-known Soviet writer and literary critic. Was close to Futurism, Mayakovsky, Khlebnikov, Kruchenykh. One of the founders of Formalism in literary criticism (OPOYAZ) with Brik, Eichenbaum, et al. - Eikhenbaum, Boris (1886-1959): well-known Soviet historian of literature.]

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Smirnov, Mikhail.
POTOK ("The Stream"). Poetry. First Edition.
Moscow: Federatsiya, 1930.
Text in Russian. Softcover. Constructivist cover by B. Titov. 3000 copies only. [Titov, Boris: well-known book designer and illustrator. Worked with Al'tman. Exhibited in 1927 (Leipzig) with Lissitzky; in 1928 (Cologne) with Klutsis, Telingater; in 1931 (Paris) with Popova, etc.]

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Radishchev, Leonid.
SVET I TENI ("Light and Shadows"). Essays. First Edition.
Leningrad: "Krasnaya Gazeta", 1929.
Text in Russian. Softcover. Illustrated Avant-garde cover. [Radishchev, Leonid (1905-?) Russian Soviet writer. Lived in Leningrad.].

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Rodchenko, A.)
CATALOGUE. SECTION URSS. Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes. Union des Republiques Sovietistes Socialistes. First Edition.
Paris, 1925.
Softcover. Text in French. Illustrated cover by A. Rodchenko (Constructivism style). Illustrated. [Rodchenko, Alexander (1891-1956): the famous artist and photographer of Russian Avant-garde. Graphic artist, designer, painter, theater artist. Posters, books, photography, etc. Constructivist. Member of OBMOKhU, "October". Exhibited in 1922 (Berlin) with Archipenko, Chagall, Gabo, Kandinsky, Lissitzky, Malevich, Popova, Puni (Pougny), Tatlin, et al.]

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Bedier, Joseph. Translated by Maksim Ryl'ski.
ROMAN PRO TRISTANA I IZOL'DU ("Romance of Tristan and Iseult")
Kiiv: Siayvo, 1928.
First thus. Softcover. Text in Ukrainian. Illustrated cover by D. 3100 copies only.

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Roerich, Nicholas.
TYPED LETTER, SIGNED.
Himalayas, 1931.
4 leaves. Received by Joseph Earl Schrack on May 25, 1931. [This very important letter was included in Roerich's book "Realm of Light" (NY: Roerich Museum Press, 1931, pp. 244-248) under the title "Sacred Principles" with small alterations made by the author.]

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Arvatov, Boris.
ISKUSSTVO I KLASSY ("Art and Classes"). First Edition.
Moscow: Gosizdat, 1923.
Tall 8vo (9-1/4 x 6-1/4) Softcover. Text in Russian. Constructivist cover. [Arvatov, Boris (1896-1940): one of major theorists of "Productive Art", very popular at that time; then of LEF.

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Bulgakowa, Lydia.
DAS STUDIUM DER PRESSE IN DER USSR. Wissenschaftliches Forschungsinstitut fur Buchkunde.
Leningrad, Institut Knigovedeniya, 1928.
Text in German. Softcover. Constructivist design by N. Ushin (Lissitzky Style). 1000 copies only. [Ushin, Nikolay: Well-known Soviet Avant-garde graphic artist. - Lissitzky, El' (Lazar') (1890-1941): The famous Russian and Soviet avant-garde artist. Graphic art, typography, design, architecture, book design, photography. Studied from Malevich. One of the most prominent artists in Constructivism style, especially in typography. Close to BAUHAUS. "October". Exhibited in 1922 (Berlin) with Exter, Filonov, Gabo, Kandinsky, Klutsis, Popova, Puni (Pougny), Rodchenko, Rozanova, Tatlin; in 1932 (Philadelphia) with Archipenko, Chagall, Goncharova, Larionov, Malevich, Tzadkin, etc.]

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Adamovich, Georgy.
OBLAKA ("Clouds"). Poetry. First Edition. Signed.
Moscow-Petrograd: Altsiona, 1916.
Text in Russian. Softcover. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED by Author. Presentation copy to the famous Russian philosopher and writer Vasily (Vasilij) Rozanov.

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Anonymous.
YUMBO. Children's Book.
Harbin: Zaitsev, n/d (1920's?)
First Edition? Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Illustrated (color).

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Tolstoy, Leo. Ill. by Yu. Vasnetsov.
TRI MEDVEDIA ("Three Bears"). Children's Book.
Moscow: Detgiz, 1959.
Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Illustrated by Yury Vasnetsov.

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Russian Folk Songs. Ill. by Yu. Vasnetsov.
LADUSHKI. Children's Book.
Moscow: Detgiz, 1959.
Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Illustrated by Yury Vasnetsov.

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Teleshev, N. Ill. by Sokolov Asi.
DOMOY ("Homewards"). Children's Book.
Moscow: Mirimanov, 1928.
Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Illustrated by Sokolov Asi.

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Steshenko, O. Ill. by A. Kisil'.
CHAI ("Tea"). Children's Book. First Edition.
Kiev: Kul'tura, n/d (1920's).
Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Profusely illustrated by A. Kisil'.

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Bianki, Vitaly. Ill. by Morozova.
KHVOSTY ("Tails"). Children's Book.
Moscow-Leningrad: Gosizdat, 1928.
Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Profusely illustrated by Morozova.

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Vengrov, Nathan; N. Shifrin, G. Echeistov, M. Genke.
CHIRIKI PUZYRIKI. Children's Poetry.
Moscow: Gosizdat, 1929.
Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Profusely illustrated by G. Yecheistov, Nisson Shifrin, Maria Genke. Cover by N. Shifrin. [Echeistov or Yecheisov, Georgy (1897-1946): well-known Soviet graphic artist, book illustrator. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian Aavant-garde under Favorsky. Exhibited in 1931 (Paris) with Klutsis, Lissitzky, Popova, Rodchenko, Stepanova; in 1932 (Leningrad) with Kliun, Malevich, Tatlin, Filonov, etc.]

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Gorbunova-Posadova, E. Ill. by A. N. Formozov.
NASHI ZVERKI ("Our Little Wild Animals"). Children's Book.
Moscow: Posrednik, 1928.
Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Illustrated by A. N. Formozov.

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Dmitrieva, N. & K. Lugina. Ill. by I. Yefimov.
LISIY VOROTNIK ("Fox Collar"). Children's Book.
Moscow: Gosizdat, 1929.
Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Profusely illustrated by Ivan Yefimov (Efimov).

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Shtamm, V. Ill.;V. Vatagin; G. Yecheistov.
A CHERVIAKI LETAYUT? ("Do Worms Fly?"). Children's Book. First Edition.
Moscow: Gosizdat, 1928.
Text in Russian. Stapled wraps. Illustrated by V. Vatagin. Cover by G. Yecheistov. [Echeistov or Yecheisov, Georgy (1897-1946): well-known Soviet graphic artist, book illustrator. Studied in VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian avant-garde under Favorsky. Exhibited in 1931 (Paris) with Klutsis, Lissitzky, Popova, Rodchenko, Stepanova; in 1932 (Leningrad) with Kliun, Malevich, Tatlin, Filonov, etc.]

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Marshak, Samuil; Lebedev, Vladimir.
BAGAZH ("The Artist V. Lebedev is Making the Book BAGAZH [Luggage]").
Moscow: Sovetsky Khudozhnik, 1982.
Stapled wraps. Text in Russian. Profusely illustrated. [Illustrations include the reprint of the famous Marshak's book illustrated by Lebedev. - Marshak, Samuil (1886-1964): Famous Russian Soviet poet. Jewish by origin. Especially well-known for his children's poetry and translations into Russian.]

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Bianki, Vitaly; Tyrsa, Nikolay.
SNEZHNAYA KNIGA ("The Snow Book").
Leningrad: "Khudozhnik RSFSR, 1987.
Large 4to (11-1/4 x 8-1/2) Stapled wraps. Text in Russian. Includes short biography of N. Tyrsa. [Reprint of a famous Soviet children's book.]

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Gvozdev, A.; Foregger, N., et al.
RITM I KUL'TURA TANTSA ("Rhythm and Standard [Culture] of Dance"). First Edition.
Leningrad: Academia, 1926.
Softcover. Text in Russian. Illustrated. 3100 copies only. [Gvozdev, Aleksei (1887-1939): Russian Soviet theater and literature critic. Professor. - Foregger, N.: Well-known Avant-garde choreographer.]

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Bostrom, A.; Gorlov, D.
KAK VOLCHIKHA ("How She-wolf Lived"). Story for Children. First Edition.
Moscow-Leningrad: GIZ, 1930.
Stapled wraps. Text in Russian. Cover and illustrations by D. Gorlov.

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Bianki, Vitaly; S. Rakhmanin.
LIAGUSHONOK ("Young Frog"). First Edition.
Moscow-Leningrad: Molodaya Gvardiya, 1929.
Stapled wraps. Text in Russian. Illustrated throughout by S. Rakhmanin.

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Marshak, S.; Laptev, A.
GDE OBEDAL VOROBEY. ("Where Sparrow Had His Dinner"). First edition.
Moscow: Vsekokhudozhnik, 1946.
3-1/4 x 4-3/4 Stapled wraps. Text in Russian. Illustrated throughout by A. Laptev. [Marshak, Samuil (1886-1964): Famous Russian Soviet poet. Jewish by origin. Especially well-known for his children's poetry and his translations into Russian.]

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