New York: Ferlag Amerika, 1912. Hardbound. Octavo, brown cloth with white lettering, printed paper covered boards, 60, 16, 20, 16, 110, 16 pp., cover illustration by Zuni Me'od. Text is in Yiddish. Fiction and poetry by David Ignatoff, Walt Whitman, Reuben Iceland, Zishe Landau, Mani Leib, J. Opatoshu and Haim.....
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Berkeley, California: The Judah L. Magnes Memorial Museum, 1978. Softbound. Oblong royal octavo, stapled paper covers, 16 pp., b/w illustrations. Shukman, a Polish Jew who fled the Nazi's into the Soviet Union, came to the US in 1974. Much of his earlier work had to be left behind. This exhibit.....
New York: Sotheby's, 1996. Quarto, stiff wraps, 128 pp., b/w illustrations, 364 items, many but not all illustratred.
Boca Raton, Florida: Shalom Goldberg, 2001. Softbound. Quarto, clear plastic covers, black plastic comb binding, 90 single-sided pp., color illustrations throughout, price list included.
San Francisco: Jewish Community Museum, 1984. First Edition. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 32 pp., b/w and color illustrations including photos of all of the models illustrating the plans entered in the competition. Preface by Helaine Fortgang. "Some Thoughts About the Sukkah Competition," Mark Goldstein, Statements by the participants, Joan Brown.....
Berkeley, California: Judah L. Magnes Museum, 2000. First Edition. Softbound. Squarish, octavo, black paper covers, 64 pp., color illustrations throughout. Introduction by Fred Astren.
Lea, Massachusetts and New York, New York: Council for Creative Projects, 1997. Softbound. Octavo, glossy six page pamphlet with color illustrations.
Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, nd c. 1992. Softbound. Quarto, fifteen sheets laid in to a folding portfolio with two sheet containing an introdcution by the curator, Elly Dlin in English and Hebrew. Text in Hebrew and English.
Jerusalem: Hadassah - Hebrew University Medical Center, 1962. Softbound. Small octavo, twelve color postcard in a paper folio with 12 pp., stapled paper pamphlet laid-in on the windows. Pamphlet is entitled "The Jerusalem Windows," and was prepared by Miriam Freund and Kyle R. Morris.
Jerusalem: 1994. Softbound. Quarto, paper covers, 120 pp., b/w photos. In English.
Oakland, California: The Sohlman Art Gallery, 1978. Softbound. Oblong quarto, stapled paper covers, 20 pp., duotone illustrations.
Boston: Pucker Safrai Gallery, 1968. Softbound. Oblong octavo, stapled paper covers, 20 pp., b/w drawings. Foreword by Dov J. Safrai. An exhibit of contemporary Israeli art which was presented for sale at the Magnes Museum to the public and organized by the Sarai Gallery in Israel incooperation with the Pucker.....
Warsaw: Yidishe Gezelshaft tsu Farshpreytn Kunst, 1931. Softbound. Duodecimo, stapled paper covers, 12 pp., 4 b/w plates. Text is in Yiddish. Not a very well known artist, but a few works have turned up at auction in the past few years.
Chernovitz, Romania: Farlag "Kultur" bay der Yidisher Kultur-federatsye far Rumenye, Bukavine, Besarabye un Transilvanye, 1921. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers with small chips to the rear covers, 98 pp., two illustrated plates by "Lerner," yellowed paper. Text is in Yiddish.
Sherman Oaks, CA: Blazer Communications for Ralphs [Supermarkets], c. 2010. Softbound. Duodecimo, stapled paper covers, 64 pp., illustrated throughout in color. Text is in Hebrew. A facsimile of a modern illuminated Haggadah.
Haif: National Maritime Museum, Summer, 1996. Softbound. Oblong royal octavo, glossy stapled paper covers, 48 pp., b/w and color illustrations. In English and Hebrew. Prefaces by Dr. Joseph Ringel and Michael U. Ben-Eli.
New York: Crossroad, 1987. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, viii, 247 pp., b/w photos, index.
Boston, Mass. Pucker Gallery, 2010. Softbound. Royal octavo, glossy paper covers, 36 pp., color illustrations throughout, Samuel Bak biography.
Israel: Ha-Va'ad ha-artsi le-ma'an ha-hayal ha-Yehudi, 1950s. Hardbound. Small duodecimo, worn and soiled paper covers, 31 pp., b/w drawings by Arie Aroch. In Hebrew.
New York: Response, 1997. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 232 pp., b/w illustrations. Articles are: Holocaust Tourism in New York," Pamela Brown, "The Berlin Monument Debate," Katharine von Ankum, "Raymond Federman'a Holocaust Fiction," Vincent A. O'Keefe, "Lawrence Langer and 'The Holocaust Experience,'" Gary Weissman, "Survivors as Storytellers," Stephane Gerson, "Reznikoff's 'Holocaust,'.....
Artist's Colony, Safed: Meron, 1962. Hardbound. Folio, portfolio, blue cloth spine, paper covered boards with brown lettering and a paste-down illustration on the front cover, nine plates tipped onto cards, 8 pp., stapled paper pamphlet with an introduction by Sh. Shalom. Text is in Hebrew and English.
New York: Response, 1997. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 96 pp. Fiction and Poetry Editor, Pearl R. Gluck. Articles are "Trauma in Tel Aviv," David R. Adler, "Surviving Success: Jewish-American Fiction After Alienation," Andrew Furman, "Bearing the Weight: A Plea for Jewish Literacy," Alyssa P. Quint, "The Difficulty of Orthodox Fiction,".....
New York: B.L.D. Limited, 1981. Hardbound. Quarto, glossy paper covered boards, 96 pp., b/w and color photos, list of major exhibitions and events. An out of series copy of the edition of 252 which were distributed with two signed and numbered silk-screen prints By Agam, not included here.
Leipzig: Buchverlag Der Morgen, 1981 . Zweite Auflage. Hardbound. Quarto in dust jacket, 96 pp., color illustrations by Anatoli Lwowitsch Kaplan. Text is translated into German from the original Yiddish by Jürgen Rennert/ With an afterword by Hans Marquardt. "Sieben Reproduktionen nach Farblithographien von Anatoli Lwowitsch Kaplan."