Chicago, Illinois: "Dorenu" - A Hebrew Illustrated Monthly, 1935. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 64 pp. Text is in Hebrew.
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Jerusalem: Va'ad Ha-Lashon Ha-Ivrit Ba-Erets Yisra'el, 1958. Softbound. 16mo, stapled paper covers, 35 pp. Text is in Hebrew.
Burlingame, CA: Historicana, no date. Softbound. Quarto, stapled paper covers, 40 pp, b/w photos. Ninety Three items.
Forest Hills, NY: Schlock Rock, Inc., 1992. Softbound. Small octavo, paper covers wth a white plastic comb binding, 72 pp.
New York: Jewish Publication Society of America for the Jewish Welfare Board, National Organization of Y.M.H.A.'s, Y.W.H.A.'s and Jewish Community Centers, 1943 . Revised and reprinted. Softbound. Small octavo, paper covers, 105 pp., glossary of Hebrew and Yiddish terms related to Jewish Customs and Ceremonies.
Pavia, Italy: Pavia University Press, Editoria Scientifica, 2011. Softbound. Royal octavos, paper covers, x, 150 pp. + iv, 174/174 pp. + 175-175 - 352/352 pp. The text in the first volume is in Italian. The contents of the second volume's two parts are in Hebrew. Transcriptions of both the Hebrew.....
Tel Aviv: Sifriyat Ha-Poalim, 1988. Hardbound. Octavo, glossy paper covered boards, xvi, 566 pp., b/w illustrations, notes, index.
Santa Monica, California: Western States Jewish History Association, 1990. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 193-288 pp., b/w photos. Articles are "The Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Arizona Territory, Annual Reports, 1871 and 1872," Herman Bendell, "The Pioneer of the Soft Drink Industry in Western Canada," Stern, "The Kinderman Family of San Bernadino.....
New York: 1981. Hardbound. Octavo in worn dust jacket with minor chipping, soiled endpapers, 610 pp. Inscription on the endpaper by Vigoda.
Warsaw: Farlag "Kultur-Lige" 1924. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers with chipping and loss tothe spine, 245-400, viii pp. Text is in Yiddish. Articles are "The Evil Eye," R. Liliental, "The Beginning of Old Yiddish," I. Shipper, "Isserlin's Yiddish," Kh. Lunski, "Note to Lunski's Article," M. Weinreich, "Gender of Nouns in Yiddish,".....
New York: Jewish Theological Seminary of America, c. 1957. Softbound. Duodecimo, paper covers, 63 pp., notes. Originally printed as a publication of the Herbert H. and Edith A. Lehman Institute of Ethics of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. "Amos versus Amaziah" was first delivered as an address at a......
Jerusalem: Makhon le-hantsahat Yahadut Galitsyah, 1978. Hardbound. Quartos in edgeworn and torn dust jacket, map endpapers, 890 columns two to the page, b/w photos, indexes. Text is in Hebrew with indexes of names in Hebrew, Yiddish and English. Introduction is by the Kalover Rebbe Shlita and by the author.
Jerusalem: Sifriyat Eliner, 1997/8. Hardbound. Octavo, glossy paper covered boards, 300 pp. Text is in Hebrew. Edited by Shelomoh Shmidt.
Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1989. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, xxxviii,154 pp. Foreword by Harold Bloom. With a new Preface and Postscript by the Author.
London: Chapman & Hall, 1869. Third Edition. Hardbound. Octavo, brown cloth with gold lettering and ornament, fraying at the spine ends, endpapers cracked at the hinges, 112 pp., in-text illustrations and many full-page plates incuding one fold-out.
Jerusalem: Ha-Mahlakah le-hinukh ve-le-tarbut be-gulah shel ha-histadrut ha-tsiyonit ha-olamit, 1967. Softbound. Duodecimo, paper covers, 60 pp., b/w photos. In Hebrew. Edited and abridged by David Hardan.
New York: Judiea Publishing Corporation, Publishers of The Jewish Examiner, American-Jewish Weekly, 1941. Hardbound. Octavo, tan cloth with black lettering, xvi, 208 pp., four b/w drawings. Signed by the author on the half-title page.
New York: International Universities Press, 1946. Hardbound. Octavo in mildly edgeworn dust jacket, xxviii, 140 pp., bibliography. With a Preface by Gordon Allport. Articles are "Sociological Background of the Psychoanalytic Approach," Max Horkheimer, "Elements of a Psychoanalytic Theory of Anti-Semeitisdm," Otto Fenichel, "Anti-Semitism and Mass Psychopathology," Ernst Simmel. "On Some.....
London: Published for the Litman Library by Oxford University Press, 1985. Hardbound. Octavo, red cloth with gold lettering, viii, 272 pp., notes, index, ink-stamps and a bookplate. Edited and with a preface by David Goldstein.
Washington, D.C: The Micah Press, 1970. Softbound. Duodecimo, paper covers, viii, 56 pp.
Jerusalem: Feldheim Publishers, 1990. First Edition. Octavo in dust jacket, 307 pp. Based on the masterwork of Jewish History, Dorot Harishonim by Rabbi Yitzhak Eizik Halevy. Researched and Annoatated by Ben Zion Sobel.
[New York]: . Softbound. Duodecimo, stapled paper covers, 64 pp. Translated into Yiddish by A. Aisen. With a foreword by Abraham Reizen and a short bioography of Whitman by the translator.
New York: 1936. Hardbound. Octavo, blue cloth with the lettering scuffed off, xvi, 352 pp. Text is in Hebrew.
Los Angeles, CA: The University of Judaism, 1972. Softbound. Octavo, stapled wraps, vi, 54 pp.
Brooklyn, NY: Kehot Publication Society, 1988. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, viii, 451 - 814 pp.