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1 AMBERG, GEORGE Ballet: The Emergence of an American Art
New York Mentor - New American Library 1949 
First Edition - Paperback. Signed and inscribed by the author George Amberg to his publisher: “For Kurt Enoch, In grateful appreciation of an exceptionally fine job of book production, George Amberg, 1949”. Illustrated. Slight tanning to the pages as usual, else a very good bright copy with a hint of handling. From the library of Dr. Kurt Enoch (1895-1982) who was a noted German publisher, forced to flee the Nazis, landing in New York in 1940. In 1948, Dr. Enoch co-founded and became President of New American Library - Signet Books which became one of the successful and acclaimed post-war publishing houses. Enoch went on to become one of the most highly regarded figures in American book publishing. Publisher #M42 
Price: 60.00 USD
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2 HARRIS, LEON The Russian Ballet School
New York Atheneum 1970 
First Edition. The dedication copy inscribed by Leon Harris to the book's dedicatee, his literary agent Dorothy Olding of Harold Ober Associates, inscribed by the author on the dedication page, upon which is printed “for Dorothy Olding with love” beneath which Harris adds “and gratitude, Leon. 20 October 1970.” Quarto. Illustrated throughout with photographs by Leon Harris. Fine in a fine dust jacket. A glimpse behind the scenes of the two most famous Russian classical ballet schools, the Kirov and the Bolshoi, where talented young dancers begin their training under the age of ten and continue with eight years of extensive and demanding education until graduation. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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3 PANOVA, GALINA & VALERY PANOV Original Autograph Postcard Signed by Ballet Dancer Galina Panova
5 1/4” x 3 1/2” n.d. 
Original autograph postcard signed by the world-famous prima ballerina, Galina Panova, with a black & white photograph by Jennie Walton of Ms. Panova and her husband, ballet star, Valery Panov, in a head and shoulders length dramatic pose. The text addresses various productions in which they were performing in Europe, including ‘Cinderella.' Fine. Galina Panova and Valery Panov are both Russian emigre dancers who were once members of the Kirov Ballet. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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