Bremen: Joh. Georg Heyse's Verlag, 1861. Hardbound. Duodecimo, quarter green cloth with gold designs and faded gold lettering with wear at the spine ends, edgeworn black paper covered boards, 586 pp. Text is in German. Gleim grew up in an Enlightenment family. She was strongly influenced by Jean Jacques Rousseau...
Warsaw: Yakshvoskis "Populer Visnshaftlekhe Bibliotek" 1931. Hardbound. Octavos, black cloth with gold lettering, soiling to the boards and fraying at the spine ends, 263 + 264-455 + 456-658 pp., yellowed paper. Translated into Yiddish from the Russian by Y. Rapoport. From the second Russian edition.
Warsaw: Farlag "Horev" 1930. Hardbound. Small octavos, brown cloth with gold lettering, 256 + 194 + 192 + 192 + 192 pp., wear to the endpapers. Text is in Yiddish.
New York: Bialystok Jewish Historical Association, Inc.`, 1949. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket with one long tear and several small chips, xxxii, 480 pp., b/w photos, index + octavo in edgeworn dust jacket with a few short trears, xii, 380 pp., index. Text is in Yiddish. Edited by Yudl Mark.
Warsaw: Farlag Goldfarb, 1927. Hardbound. Octavo, black cloth spine with the original paper covers over the boards, 211-357 pp., ink-stamps on the endpapers. Translated into the Yiddish from the English (probably) by Shlomo Sheynberg. The second of three volumes all of which are quite rare.
New York-Los Angeles: Bronzviler Stoler Shriften Komitet, 1933. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo, green cloth with gold lettering, frontispiece photo, 224 pp, soiling to the boards and front endpaper. Text is in Yiddish. An early US imprint of the Marstin Press.
Buenos Aires: Ateneo Literario en el IWO, 1984. Hardbound. Wide duodecimo, tan cloth with gold lettering, 252 pp. Text is in Yiddish.
Buenos Aires: Ateneo Literario en el IWO, 1980. Hardbound. Wide duodecimo, tan cloth with gold lettering, 255 pp. Text is in Yiddish.
New York: 1937. Hardbound. Octavo, black cloth frayed at the head of the spine, 335 + 336-628 pp., b/w photos. In Yiddish. OCLC Number: 35260053.
New York: Hoypt-Farkoyft "Tsiko" Bikher Tsentrale, 1960. Hardbound. Octavo, grey cloth with gold lettering, 240 pp., b/w photos, map. Text is in Yiddish. Inscribed by the author on the half-title page.
Buenos Aires: Bukhgemeinshaft bei der Yidishr Ratzionalistisher Gezelshaft, 1955. Hardbound. Octavo, mildly worn blue cloth with gold letters, 460 pp. Text is in Yiddish.
New York: George Braziller, 1956. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo in roughly worn dust jacket, 462 pp., b/w illustrations, index. Preface by Person. Articles are "The Rise and Impact of Evolutionary Ideas," Robert Scoon, "Evolution in Its Relation to the Philosophy of Nature and the Philosophy of Culture," F.S.C. Northrup, "The...
Jerusalem: Feldheim Publishers, 1988. First Edition. Hardbound. Quarto in dust jacket, xxxviii, 23-350 pp., glossary, index of sources, index of subjects.
West Orange, N.J. Behrman House, Inc., 1982. Softbound. Royal octavo, paper covers, xiv, 129 pp., b/w drawings by Todd Silver, sources. Text is in Hebrew and English. Introduction by Eugene B. Borowitz.
Woodland Hills, California: Western States Jewish History, 2018. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 184 pp., b/w photos. Articles are "Family Is Our Middle Name: 100 Years of San Diego's Jewish Family Service," Joellyn Zollman, "San Diego Jews, World War I and the Growth of Benevolence," Laurel Schwartz, "Letter to the Editor,"...
New York: Stein and Day, Publishers, 1981. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, 728 pp., index. Introduction by Leonard Shapiro.
Jersey City, New Jersey: KTAV Publishing House, Inc., 2012. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, 259 pp.
Bronx, New York: 1959. Hardbound. Quarto, maroon cloth with faded gold lettering, 554 pp. In Hebrew.