Cincinnati, Ohio: Department of Synagogue and School Extension, 1940. Hardbound. Quarto, green cloth with gold lettering and call letters, 19, 10 single-sided typed pp., with two pp. of musical notation, water-stained, soiled rear endpaper.
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Berkeley: Judah L. Magnes Museum, 1989. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 96 pp., b/w photos, notes, bibliography. The Jews of Rhodes represented a unique sephardi community of long standing. Their history and folkways are recalled here. Their community is no more, another victim of Hitler's reich, but there are still a....
Delanco, New Jersey: The Classics of Medicine Library, 2003. Hardbound. Small octavo, maroon leather with hand-tooled decorations and lettering, aeg, marbled endpapers, frontispiece drawing, xxxii, 261 pp., b/w drawings, index, silk ribbon. A deluxe reissue of the second edition of G & M 6709 with new material for the edition...
Berkeley, CA: Judah L. Magnes Museum, 1992. First Edition. Softbound. Royal octavo, stapled paper covers, 27 pp., b/w portrait, endnotes. 1992 John S. Sills Memorial Lecture. An essay exploring the reasons for Judah Magnes' continuing relevance.
Teetz, Germany: Hentrich & Hentrich, 2004. 2. verbesserte Auflage. Hardbound. Octavo, red cloth with gold lettering, frontispiece photo, xxii, 406 pp., Paucker bibliography, index. Text is in German. "Arnold Paucker - Historiker und Zeitzeuge der deutsch-jüdischen Geschichte. Eine Einführung," Reinhard Rürup.
New York: Shilo Publishing House, 1971-1976. Hardbound. Royal octavos in mildly worn dust jackets, with wear to the endpapers, xvi, 621 pp., index + viii, 648 pp., index + viii, 504 pp., index + viii, 424 pp., index + viii, 437 pp., index, ink-stamps. Translated and Annotated by Rabbi Dr. Charles B. Chavel.
Kansas City, Missouri: The Eyesight and Health Association, 1925. Hardbound. Octavo, black cloth with faded gold lettering, fraying at the head of the spine, 200 pp.
Buenos Aires: Asociacion Industriales de la Madera y del Hierro (Argentina), 1955. Hardbound. Quarto, green cloth with gold lettering, 232, 16 pp., b/w photos, ads, brief introductory section in Spanish at the rear, minor water-rippling at the base of the text block. In Yiddish with a small Spanish language section...
Santiago de Chile: Editorical Sudamericana Chilena, 2000. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers with flaps, xii, 300 pp., references and bibliography. In Spanish.
Woodland Hills, California: Western States Jewish History, 2017. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 96 pp., b/w photos. Articles are "The Times, They are a Changing," David Epsein & Gladys Sturman, "Dr. David Wolf Edelman: The Scrapbook of His Life," edited by David Epstein, "Rudolph & Joseph Schildkraut: A Scrapbook of Their...
Oakland, California: The Author children, 1924/5. Hardbound. Small octavo, black cloth, 110 pp. Text is in Hebrew. Rare.
Tel Aviv: Ha-Kibuts Ha-Meuhad, 2013. Softbound. Small octavo, paper covers, 298 pp. Translated into Hebrew from the English by Elinoar Berger.
New York: The Author, [c. 1917]. Softbound. Duodecimo, stapled paper covers, 8 pp. Reprinted from "The FRA." Undated. Because it discusses the Irish Revolt it can't be dated earlier than 1917. The 1917 date of US entry into World War One seems another logical reason to date the pahmphlet 1917...
New York, New York: American Academy for Jewish Research, 1980. Softbound. Quarto, paper covers, 12, 190 pp. In Hebrew except for the introduction. The Romaniote community was the Jewish community that existed in the Ottoman Empire before the arrival of the Sefardi exile.
Jerusalem: The Israel Museum, 1997. Softbound. Quarto, glossy paper covers, 50, 47 pp., color photos, b/w drawings, notes. Preface to the Second Edition by James S. Snyder. Foreword by Martin Weyl. Introduction by the authors. In English and Hebrew.