Dresden: Verlag der Jahresschau Deutscher Arbeit Dresden, 1929. First edition. Softcover. g- to vg. Octavo. 176, 32pp., 8 photographic plates, 7 fold outs, Original illustrated wraps with green lettering on cover, protected by modern mylar. Frontispiece photograph of Hindenburg. "Jahresschau Deutscher Arbeit Dresden" was an annual exhibition starting in 1921. It was a new type of exhibition, different from the traditional presentation of art, with the goal to present high quality content in special areas of industry and crafts according to economic trends created by special needs relating to the impact of the war. Contains various contributions, e.g. "Development of the Annual Exhibitions from 1922-1929," by city council member Dr. Krüger, another on "The German Homeland as Experience," by O. Seyffert, on the "Necessity and Objective of German Tourism Advertising," and many others relating to different modes of travel. State official Dr. Hans Maier on the "Cultural Significance of Hiking" with other contributions on youth hostels, respectively contemporary demands of youth as well as a preview of the 1930 exhibition on hygiene. Contains listings of executive committee members, honorary committee members as well as the core organizers and other related staff. This is followed by a guide to the exhibition, including participating companies, and list of advertisers and actual ads. Seven fold outs with maps of the various exhibition halls at rear. Illustrated with 8 full page b/w photographs of exhibition sites. Text in German, Gothic script. Wraps with light wear along edges, clight creasing and very lightly rubbed. Wraps in overall good+, interior in very good condition. (Inventory #: 41383)
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