Boston: State Street Trust Company of Boston in Commemoration of its Fiftieth Anniversary, 1941. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers with a crease to the front cover, frontispiece illustration, viii, 102 pp., b/w illustrations.
New York: The Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. 1945. Softbound. 64mo, stapled paper covers, 20 pp.
Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1958. Softbound. Small octavo, paper covers with flaps, 116 pp., photo-illustrations. Translated from the Russian by W. Perelman.
Tel Aviv: Hotsaat Y.L. Perets, 1974. Hardbound. Octavo, foxed paper covered boards, 156 pp., some pen at the edges of a few pages. Text is in Yiddish.
San Francisco: A.L Bancroft & Company, Publishers, Booksellers and Stationers, 1873. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo, soiled red publishers cloth with gold lettering and black frame, frontispiece drawing, 379 pp., b/w drawings.
Krotoschin: Gedruckt bei B.L. Monasch, 1839. Hardbound. Duodecimo, half black cloth with a chipped paper spine label, black paper covered boards, ii, 468 pp. Text is in Hebrew and Judeo-German.
Krotoschin: B.L. Monasch, 1852. Hardbound. Duodecimo, half black cloth with a chipped paper spine label, black paper covered boards, 440, 34 pp. Text is Hebrew and Judeo-German. With "Shir Ha-Yehud" for each day of the holiday, at the rear.
Camden, New Jersey: C. Howard Hunt Pen Company, 1941. 14th Edition, Fifth Printing. Softbound. Octavo, worn stapled paper covers, 88 pp., illustrated with lettering throughout, index.
London: Geoffrey Cumberlege, 1953. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper coves with some wear to the edges, 119-138 pp. From the Proceedings of the British Academy, Volume XXXIX.
Krotoschin: Verlag von B.L. Monasch, 1859. Achte Ausgabe. Hardbound. Duodecimo, half brown leather with gold lettering, roughly worn along the spine, edgeworn paper covered boards, 360, 34 pp. Text is in Hebrew with German translation below and instructions in Teitsch.
Sulzbach: Be-vet uve-dafus Hayim Frank madfis, 1841. Hardbound. Duodecimo, mildly worn brown quarter leather with a black leather spine label with faded gold lettering, 32, 248, 24 pp., foxing particularly to the last few pages. Text is in Hebrew with commentary in Judeo-German.
New York: Sing Out! 1964. Softbound. Small octavo, stapled paper covers with minor wear, 100 pp., b/w photos, music.
New York: Sing Out! 1963. Softbound. Small octavo, stapled paper covers with minor wear, 92 pp., b/w photos, music.
Hollister, California: Reprinted from the Evening Free Lance, 1924. Second Edition. Softbound. Small octavo, foxed paper covers, 112 pp. The diary was not published until the 1920s. The original manuscript is still exists.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, September, 1904. Hardbound. Octavo in lightly soiled orange cloth with gold lettering and designs, color frontispiece illustration, xiv, 191 pp., eight additional duotone illustrations, in-text illustrations throughout, illustrated frames for most pages. A nice turn-of-the-century edition. Not a first by any means, but of the period.
Lodz: Farlag "Dos Naye Lebn" 1947. Softbound. Duodecimo, paper covers, 96 pp. Text is in Yiddish. "Klayne Bibliothek" No. 6.
New York: Farlag "Yidish Amerike" 1959. Hardbound. Octavo, tan cloth, 194 pp. Text is in Yiddish. Inscribed by the author on the free front endpaper.
New York: Critics Circle Group, 1939. Hardbound. Small octavo in roughly edgeworn dust jacket with some short tears, 252 pp. Translated from the Russian by Louise Luke Hiler.
San Francisco: A.M. Robertson, 1922. Hardbound. Small octavo, green cloth with gold lettering, minor wear to the spine, front endpaper cracked at the hinge, frontispiece photo, xii, 454 pp., b/w photos.
Warsaw: Farlag Yidish Bukh, 1966. Hardbound. Royal octavo in roughly edgeworn and rumpled dust jacket, 471 pp., b/w photos, index. Text is in Yiddish. With biographical entries and poems for every day of the year.
Gateshead, England: Gateshead Jewish Religious Publications Committee, 1951. Hardbound. Duodecimo, blue cloth with gold lettering and minor wear to the spine, iv, 30, 8 pp., index, with "Supplement to Care of Children on the Sabbath.", minor pen.
New York: The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, 1942. Softbound. Octavo, mildly edgeworn paper covers, 205 pp.
Baltimore: No Publisher, 1950s. Hardbound. Octavo, blue cloth with gold lettering, 120 pp., previous owner's ink-stamps on the endpapers. Text is in Hebrew and English.
New York: Bloch Publishing Co., Inc. 1939. Hardbound. Small octavo, black cloth with faded gold lettering, xiv, 220 pp., glossary, notes in Hebrew, mildly yellowe paper. Text is in English with Hebrew.
New York: The Society for the Advancement of Judaism, 1990. Softbound. Quarto, stapled paper covers, 32 pp. Articles are "Galut in Israel," Jacob J. Staub, "The Artist as Jew, Jew As Artist," Richard A. Siegel, "Darius Milhaud: The Musician and The Jew," Evelyn Mehlman, "Protecting Jewish Creativity," Judith Kaplan Eisenstein...