Boston: Lee and Shepard Publishers, 1894. Hardbound. Octavo, tan clth with black lettering, 365 pp. A novel of Jewish life in NewYork by a non-Jewish American author with a long history of anti-Black racism.
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Frankfurt und Leipzig: Zu finden ben Johann Paul Kraußen, Buchhandlern, 1729. Later edition (after editions in 1603, 1604, 1614, 1622, 1641, 1643, 1661, 1680). Hardbound. 16mo, full leather with raised bands and some surface wear, fold-our frontispiece engraving, , double-page title-page printed in red and black, 16 pp., secondary illustrated.....
Philadelphia: Printed by Adam Waldie, 5590 . First English Language Edition. Hardbound. Octavo, lightly soiled brown cloth with the remnants of a paper label on the spine, viii, 139 pp. A nice copy internally. Translated from the German of J. Jhlson, teacher oof an Isralitisch School at Frankfurt on the.....
Albany: B.D. Packard, 1812. Hardbound. 16mo, full brown leather with a maroon leather label with gold lettering on the spine, front board is loosened, 384, 28 pp., light foxing and mild toning. In a red cloth covered slipcase. With a few pges on the "Black Jews" of Cochin, India.
Tel Aviv: "Sinai" 1950s. Hardbound. 16mo, brown cloth with brown cloth panel mounted on the front board with gold lettering and framing a gold tineted pressed metal panel illustrating the Tower of David in the Old City of Jerusalem, color frontispiece illustration, 46 pp., color illustrations. Text is in Hebrew.....
New York: Bene Yidish Farlag, 1973. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 26, 14 pp. Text is in Yiddish and English.
Burbank, CA: DC Comics, 2015. Softbound. Royal octavo, stapled paper covers, 28 pp., color illustrations throughout by Sonny Liew, Ibrahim Moustafa, Lee Lougridge and Nick J. Napolitano.
Erfurt: Gebr. Richters Verlaganstalt, 1937. Hardbound. Narrow 32mo, tan paper covered boards with red lettering and black illustrations on the front board, 164 pp., drawings by Paul Neu in red and black. Text is in German.
Krotoschin: B.L. Monasch, 1851. Fünfte Ausgabe. Hardbound. Duodecimo, edgeworn brown leather spine, marbled paper covered boards, 440, 34 pp. Text is in Hebrew and German. With "Shir Ha-Yehud" for each day of the holiday, at the rear.
Napa, CA: Edwin V. Glaser Rare Books, 1990s? Softbound. Quarto, stapled paper covers, 32 pp. b/w photos, yellowed paper. Text is in Yiddish.
Lovanii: Typografii Akademica, 1978. Hardbound. 16mo, wrippled vellum boards, 72 pp., lacking the rear free endpaper.
Moscow: Pravda, 1962. Hardbound. Small folio in dust jacket with wear to ths pien and slight loss at the spine ends, 84 pp., b/w photos and drawings throughout. In a thin cardboard slipcase. Text is in Russian. With the April, 13, 1961 issue of Pravda laid-in.
Brooklyn, New York: Haside Braslav, c. 1980. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 64 pp., b/w photos. Yexy is in Hebrew.
Chicago: J. Rachlis, 1947. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 8 pp. (^ in Yiddish and two in English). Text is in Yiddish except as noted.
Hanover: 1615. Hardbound. Octavo, lacking the boards and endpapers, 414, 20 pp., index. A binding copy. Text is in Latin. Dating has confused some catalogers. The date supplied on the title-page is written as CCCLXXV or 375. This is the Hebrew Year (lacking the assumed 5000 usually not written in.....
London: "Hasefer" 1924. Hardbound. Octavo, red cloth with gold lettering, spine roughly worn, 114 pp. Translations from the Hebrew by Reginald V. Feldman, Helena Frank, Nina Salomon and Others. Inscription by by Bialik in Hebrew on the half-title page to Hayah Zilberman dated in 1926.
No place: Nopublisher, No date. Softbound. Oblong 32mo, stapled paper coveres, 8 single-sided pp. A bit gruesome in the end.
San Francisco: Congregation Keneseth Israel, [March, 1945]. Softbound. Small broadsheet, folded once vertically, printed on one side and with postage and address on the rear. Keneseth Israel is a San Francisco Orthodox congregation barely hanging on today. It was never a particularly large congregation, but it had a strong voice.....
New York: Di Sholem-Aleykhem Folks Institut, 1931. Softbound. Royal octavo, red cloth with black lettering and illustration, original wraps bound-in, 31, 31, 31, 31, 31, 31, 31, 31, 31 pp. , b/w drawings. In Yiddish.
[Odessa]: 1920. Softbound. Large broadsheet, folded once horizontally slightly off skew, thick coarse purple paper mostly sunned to gray. Text is in Yiddish. Rare.
Warsaw: Natan Shriaftnisser, 1876. Softbound. Octavo, worn black leather spine, roughly worn marbled paper covered boards with loss at the open corners, 82 pp., delicate paper. Text is in Hebrew.
New York: New York World's Fair 1964-1965 Corporation, 1965. Softbound. Royal octavo, stapled paper covers, 32 pp., color photos throughout.
New York: Manhattan Post Card Company, 1964. Softbound. Royal octavo, stapled paper covers, 32 pp., color photos throughout.
Philadelphia: Printed byAnn Corchran, For Mathew Carey, 1811. Hardbound. 32mo, brown leather, lacking the rear board and with the front board off, frontispeice portrait, 166 pp. A binding copy.
Paris: J.F. Bassompierre, 1764. Hardbound. 16mo, quarter leather lacking the backstrip, soiled pink marbled paper covered boards, title-page printed in black and red, frontispiece illustration, xvi, 216 pp., index. With a chip to the thrid leaf with mild loss of text. Text is in French.