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Lipson, Louis

Published by Cosde Publications (1940)

Used Hardcover

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From: Heroes Bookshop (Niagara Falls, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Cosde Publications, 1940. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Second Revised Editon. this copy is tight and the interior is clean of any markings.Internal spiral binding. Blue cloth lettered yellow. 50 plates. Seller Inventory # 0041969

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Louis Lipson

Published by Cosde Publications (1941)

Used Hardcover

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About this Item: Cosde Publications, 1941. Hard Cover. Condition: Fair. No Jacket. this copy has a broken back cover.spiral binding a the first end page has come loose, the text is intact and clean of marks, just needs to be taped at the back spine edge and it will be intact and ready for use, Seller Inventory # 0041970

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Louis Lipson.

Published by Lipson's School of Costume Designing, Los Angeles, CA (1950)

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From: Black Cat Hill Books (Oregon City, OR, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Lipson's School of Costume Designing, Los Angeles, CA, 1950. Hardcover. Third Edition [1950], revised.. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Good: Shows significant indications of use: moderate wear to extremities; some soiling; rubbing. Binding remains secure, with the plastic combs intact; text clean. Overall, remains a clean, sturdy, presentable copy, but showing some wear. NOT a Remainder. NOT a Book-Club Edition. NOT an Ex-Library copy. Illustrated with black & white drawings. Folio. 222pp. Third Edition [1950], Revised & Enlarged. Hardcover: Plastic Comb Binding inside the protective boards. INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Seller Inventory # 23327

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Lipson, Louis [signed By the author] ; Founder and Director : Lipson's School of Costume Designing, Los Angeles California

Published by Louis Lipson, 1941 Second Revised Edition Stated (1941)

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From: GREAT PACIFIC BOOKS (Ventura, CA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Louis Lipson, 1941 Second Revised Edition Stated, 1941. 3: Cloth/Embossed Hardcover. Condition: A: Book: Good or Better Cond. 1. [illustrated with Black and White drawings] (illustrator). I've had this book so long, I've avoided listing it, simply because it is so strange. I believe it came from an estate in Santa Barbara California and must have once belonged to Danny Kaye, the famous Hollywood actor. The book, starting at page one has penciled text, in an accounting manner, as if one were calculating one's net worth or costs involved. The numbers are rather large. Page three, also penciled in over the text are the words or lyrics to Gilbert and Sullivan's Modern Major General. Which is a movie made by Danny Kaye. Page 5 is penciled over with more accounting and names, and details about jewelry, etc. Page 7 hase some misc. scribbles and notes, remember these are all penciled in over the text of the book, as if the book were a writing pad. Page 9 has anothe accounting list and a sort of poetry about pain. Page 11 continues in between the lines of the text with more poetry, and continues on into page 12. Page 13 has more accounting some of which is hard to read. Page 15 reads: Claim Genie didn't fill out correct form 1040, 100,000,000, worksite, ??, strike, goons, band in ?? Jewelry store 500,000. Then the poetry begins again on page 21, their sort of a ranting "You're a regular wreck, with a crick in your neck, and no wonder you snore, for your heads on the floor, and you're needles and pins, from your soles to your shins, your flesh is a creep, and your left legs asleep, you've a cramp in your toe, and a fly in your nose. There's some fluff in your lung, and a feverish tongue, and a thirst thats intense, and a general sense, that you haven't been sleeping in clover, darkness has passed and its daylight at last, the night has been long, ditto ditto my song, and thank goodness they're both of them over." Page 23 is more accounting with goons, band in van, well, black stuff, bat at vases. I must say it doesn't make a lot of sence. Page 25 says black stuff from well 50,000. Page 26 looks as if it was grafittied by someone else, in blue pen. Page 27 has another more intense list of accounting details and then was crossed out and revised several times. Nothing again till page 37 with some light scribbled notes, page 43 and 47 have these same light notes that are hard to decipher. Then page has some harsh words / obsenities about Motif. Page 65 has more accounting notes about pool, boys, carnations, jewelry. Page 66 has some more notes, upside down. Then the rest of the book is un marked. 95 pages. All of this strange text is written over an exciting book about fashion design and costuming with lessons for illustrating fashion, from head to toe. Especially featured is fashions and styles of the 1940s, there is a large frontice photo of Lipson. I have no way of knowing if this is infact Danny Kaye's book, but it looks to me like he was making notes about financing something. figuring out what kind of money. There some detailed poetry, most likely original. Some one who know's more about Kaye may find this to be very very very intriquing. Weird or wonderful. you decide. Size: S: Some Edge Wear, Normal for Age of Book. Signed by Author. Fashion Illustration. Seller Inventory # 5010185

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