Llipiec-Wrzesien Warsaw: Zydowskiego Instytutu Historycznego w Polsce, 1956. Softbound. Royal octavo, soiled paper covers with wear and bumping to the spine, 120 pp., yellowed paper. In Polish with English, Russian and Yiddish language summaries at the rear. Articles are "Jews in North America," Rafael Mahler, "Polish-Jewish Relations During the II...
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Chicago: Hebrew Theological College, Chicago, 1942. Softbound. Quarto, illustrated paper covers, 260, 32 pp., b/w photos, ads, crease to the rear cover (which carries a Hebrew language title). In English with a Hebrew section in the rear and with a number of ads in the English section at least partially...
Jerusalem: Israeli Publishing Institute, 1966. Hardbound. Quarto, aqua cloth with gold lettering in similarly bound slip-case, 895 pp., b/w photos throughout. Essentially a who's who of world Jewry and their constributions to the State of Israel.
New York: Research Instittue on Peace and Post-War Problems of the American Jewish Committee, 1942. Softbound. Octavos, stapled paper covers, 48pp.
New York: Research Instittue on Peace and Post-War Problems of the American Jewish Committee, 1942. Softbound. Octavos, stapled paper covers, 40 pp.
Los Angeles, California: Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion, California School, 1974. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 22 pp.
Los Angeles, California: Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion, California School, 1975. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 22 pp.
Washington, D.C. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 1999. Softbound. Quarto, stapled paper covers, 38 pp., b/w and color photos, list of the passengers, list of the exhibit donors.
Hoboken, New Jersey: Ktav Publishing House, Inc., 1987. Hardbound. Quarto, stiff paper covers, 116 pp., color borders, b/w photos, nineteen charts - some fold-out, in a pocket at the rear. One of 1500 copies.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, xxii, 196 pp., notes, index.
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1992. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo, black cloth, xx, 161 pp., notes, bibliography, index.
New York: American Jewish Congress, 1965. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 24 pp. Articles are "Ten Days in the USSR: II. Tel Aviv to Moscow," S.L. Schniederman, "Keidansky Asks Protection From the Protectors," Bernard G. Richards, "The Black Jews," Jack Leshinsky, "The Right of Public Protest," A Statement by AJCongress.
New York: Random House, 1993. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers with some curling to the front cover, xviii, 800 pp., bibliography, notes. Advanced Uncorrected Proofs.
New York: Mizrachi Organization of America, 1936. Softbound. Octavo, roughly edgeworn paper covers with a chip to the rear cover about one inch up from the bottom, 289, 83 pp. In Hebrew with an English section at the rear.
New York: The Author, 1982. Softbound. Quarto, 38 loose sheets, bibliography. A possibly unpublished paper for the Colloquium on the History of Polish Jewry at the Max Weinreich Center of YIVO.
New York: American Jewish Committee, 1940. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 227-352 pp. Articles are "On the European Relief Front," Morris C. Troper, "Dr. Cyrus Adler ZTs"L," Sol M. Stroock, "Congress and the Alien," Alan Cranston, "The Jewish Community in Mexico," Solomon Kahan, "The Psychology of the Refugee," Gerhart Saenger, "Denmark's...
New York: American Jewish Committee, 1941. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 459-582 pp. Articles are "Sol M. Strook zts"l," Louis Finkelstein, "A Starement from the Editors," "Pathways to Prejudice," James V. Thompson, "Does Nationalism Menace World Peace," Carlton J. H. Hayes, "Respect for the American Passport," Nathan Pelcovitz and Harry Scheiderman...
Jerusalem: Mehkarim u-sekirot al ha-na'a'sah Ba-Olam Ha-Yehudi, 1971. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 219 pp. Text is in Hebrew.
Moscow - New York - Tel Aviv - Geneva: Dubnow House, 1991. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 120 pp., b/w photos. In Russian. Articles are "A Word from the Editor: Simon Dubnow and European Jewry," "Thoughts about the Eternal People," Simon Dubnow, "The Righteous Man Who Lived in His Faith," Aaron...
New York: Simon & Shuster, 2003. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, xii, 465 pp., b/w photos, condensed filmography, notes, selected bibliography, index.
Armada, Michigan: Farlag - Geltner, 1956. Hardbound. Small octavo, light blue cloth with black lettering, frontispiece photo, 176 pp., b/w photos. In Yiddish with a brief English language preface.
Albany: State University of New York Press, 1987. Hardbound. Octavo, printed paper covered boards with mild wear, x, 352 pp., glossary, contributors, index, small ink-stamps on the edges, soiling to the free front endpaper. Articles are "Introduction: Reflections on the Mutual Relevance of Anthropology and Judaic Studies," Goldberg, "The Laws...
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: Perets-Farlag Ink. 1974. Hardbound. Octavo, yellow cloth with red lettering, color frontispiece photo, 400 pp., b/w and color photos and drawings. Soiled boards. An ex-library copy with ink-stamps on the edges. In Yiddish.