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    Time April 15 1974 Richard Nixon on Cover (Tax Scandal), Watergate/Impeachment Hearings, Patty Hearst, Pop Art, The Conversation/Francis Ford Coppola, The Sugarland Express/Steven Spielberg, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance/Robert Persig

    USA: Time-Life. Paperback. B0032IKO6C 104 pages. Features: Devastation in Tornado Alley - Xenia, OH, Louisville, etc.; Nixon and the IRS; Two-page color-photo ad for Zenith's new Allegro speakers; News from the House Judiciary Committee investigating Watergate; The President's brothers, F. Donald and Edward; Trial of United Mineworkers President W.A. (Tony) Boyle for murder; Color-photo ad for the Cabrice Classic by Chevrolet features formal couple in back seat; Patty Hearst chooses to side with her captors, the S.L.A.; With the end of the Apollo program Cape Canaveral is a ghost town of gantries; The nuclear energy debate; Passing of Georges Pompidou; Israel looks back in anger at being unprepared for the October war; Violence in Northern Ireland; Ferdinand Marcos - one man's mission; Japanese tourists pray for war dead on Leyte; China condemns U.S. activity in Cambodia; Article and colour photos of Henry and Nancy Kissinger on their Acapulco honeymoon; Article and color photos of the QE2 broken down and adrift near Bermuda; Operation Auntie Fannie at Manhattan's Sotheby Parke Bernet Galleries; Color ad for the Volvo 164; Indicted financier Robert Vesco; Hank Aaron keeps hitting home runs; The Toronto Northmen of the W.F.L. attempt to lure Larry Csonka, Jim Kiick and Paul Warfield - article with photo; The delicate subject of inequality; Color photo of Dr. John C. Fletcher in Toyota Corona ad; Honda Civic ad shows its excellent fuel consumption compared to the competition; The Instant Nostalgia of Pop Art - article with color examples by Robert Rauschenberg Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol and Jasper Johns; Photo of Isabel Rittenhouse in Kelly Girl ad; American Electric Power System full-page ad with ilustration of Arab shutting the oil spiggot... again; Sebring-Vanguard, Inc. of Sebring, FL has build four electric car prototypes of the Citicar - article with photo; Excellent Camaro ad features attractive red car; Major review, with photos, of Robert Pirsig and his book Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance; Communes barred at Belle Terr, Long Island; Ballantine's whisky ad inside back cover features illustration inspired by film The Great Gatsby; and much more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1974. First Edition.


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    Shattered Crystals by Kanner, Mia Amalia and Eve Rosenzweig Kugler

    New York - London - Jerusalem: C.I.S. Publishers. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. (1997). No edition noted. Hardcover. 1-56062-317-9 . A volume in The Holocaust Diaries ... a collection of distinguished memoirs of survivors whose faith was tested in the fiercest crucible in history, true heroes who emerged stronger than before and rebuilt a new Jewish world on the ashes of the old. Blue paper boards, black cloth spine, gilt lettering to front cover and spine.Blue dust jacket with illustration to front panel. Presentation inscription to front free endpaper penned and signed by author Kugler with printed annotation by author Kanner. Business card of author Kugler laid in. ; 6-1/4" x 9-1/4"; 412 pp; Signed by Author; A nicely preserved copy, boards rubbed along bottom edge, no other wear of note, unmarked within apart from noted inscription in jacket with only the slightest of rubbing. .


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    The Hidden Treasures of the Ancient Qabalah - Volume (Vol.) I (One/1), The Transmutation of Passion Into Power by Gewurz, Elias

    Chicago: Yogi Publication Society. Hardcover. 128 pages. Presents information presented before the Krotona Lodge of the Theosophical Society in 1915. The only date printed in this book is 1918 but this copy appears too fresh to have been printed then so we offer it as a reprint. Binding tight. Moderate wear. Decorative rubber stamp upon front free endpaper, otherwise contents clean and unmarked. A quality copy. . Good. 1918. Reprint.


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    Invisibly Wounded by Rubenstein, Norman

    England: Hyperion Books. Hardcover. 1870360001 220 pages. Signature and inscription of author's son David upon front free endpaper else clean and unmarked. Author was 25 years old when he returned from being a prisoner-of-war... The scars he received as a POW were never completely to leave him; the horrors that he had seen and endured haunted him both mentally and physically throughout his life." - from dust jacket. Author passed away in 1984, truly one of the Invisibly Wounded survivors of the war. Light wear to book and dust jacket which is now in an archival-grade Brodart cover. Closed half-inch tear to dust jacket at top of spine. Nice copy. . Very Good. 1989. First Edition.


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    The Union Haggadah - Home Service for Passover by Contributors, Multiple

    USA: The Central Conference of American Rabbis. Hardcover. 162 pages. Printed upon glossy stock. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding tight. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1923.


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    The Jews in the Roman World by Grant, Michael; Grant, Michael

    New York, New York, U.S.A.: Macmillan Pub Co. Hardcover. 0684133407 347 pages. Index. Extensive endnotes. Maps and plan. "To study the Jews in the Roman world is one of the best ways of making close contact with that world, because although the ancient Romans and the Greeks have gone for ever, the Jews are still with us; in them, continuity between ancient and modern life exists for everyone to see." - from Introduction. Somewhat above-average wear with partial lean to spine. Few markings to contents. A sound working copy. . Fair. 1973. First Printing.


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    The Volunteer by Ross, Michael

    Canada: Skyhorse Pub Co Inc. Hardcover. 0771017405 278 pages. "The astonishing story of the author's immersion into Israeli society and of his career spying for his adoptive country... The riveting story of his covert fight against a myriad of threats, and of the inner workings of one of the world's most ruthless and efficient secret societies." - from dust jacket. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. Appears unread. A high quality copy. . Fine. 2007. First Printing.


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    Two Worlds by David Daiches

    Paperback. New. A striking memoir of religious and cultural tolerance being made available again in the year of the author's 100th anniversary.


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    The New York Times Magazine, April (Apr.), 1967 - Nelson Rockefeller Cover Photos by Murray, William Cotter; Baldwin, James; Rockefeller, Nelson A.; Blum, Sam; Worsthorne, Peregrine; Honan, William H.; Peterson, Patricia; Kramer, Rita; Claiborne, C.; Plumb, B

    New York: The New York Times. Paperback. 160 pages. Features: Many gorgeous color fashion ads; Nice Jade East bamboo-theme ad; Longines watch ad celebrates their centennial; One-page Carrier ad shows terrible smog in Manhattan; Don Smith - The Bearded, Sockless Radical of Moo U. (Iowa State University); Negroes are Anti-Semitic Because They're Anti-White; Governor Nelson Rockefeller Lectures on Art; The Great TV Commercial War; Anti-Americanism is Now Non-U; Master Slacks ad features lady roller derby team; Springmaid color-photo centerfold features sultry Sally Gates; Futurists Who Live in The Year 2000 - Frederik Pohl, Harvey S. Perloff, Anatole France, H.G. Wells, and Daniel Bell; Magnificent seven-page color-photo ad section features multiple variants of the Pontiac Firebird; The Career Child; Full of Tricks - photos of an apartment designed by Hugh and Tiziana Hardy; Nice "Jewish Cowboy" ad by Manischewitz; and more. Above-average external wear. Covers almost loose. Library stamp upon front cover. A worthy vintage copy. . Fair. 1967. First Edition.


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    A Dissenting Democracy: The Israeli Movement 'Peace Now' (Israeli History, Politics and Society) by Norell, Magnus

    U.S.A.: Routledge. Hardcover. 0714653500 160 pages. Index. Glossary of political parties. Bibliography and references. Extensive footnotes. Signed and inscribed by author atop front free endpaper. "... Gets under the skin of politics in Israel. Ostensibly the history of "Peace Now", this book unfolds the complexity of Israeli political institutions and reveals the diversity and divisions within Israeli society." - from dust jacket. Gift greetings upon front free endpaper. Moderate wear. Minor lean to spine. Dust jacket now preserved in archival-grade Brodart. A sound copy. . Good. 2002. First Edition.


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    The Chosen People, January (Jan.) 1972 - Hollywood Beth Sar Shaloom Center Opens by Fuchs, Daniel; Mogensen, Mogens; Rubin, Clara; Klayman, Martin; Cohen, Rev. Raymond; Urbach, Eliezer; Heydt, H.; Miller, Althea; Feinberg, C.L

    New York: American Board of Missions to the Jews, Inc.. Paperback. 20 pages. 9 x 6". Reproductions of black and white photos. A monthly publication intended as a medium of information concerning the Jews, Israel and the work of the American Board of Missions to the Jews, Inc. Features: Salutation by Daniel Fuchs discusses the Aswan Dam in light of Ezekiel 29; Q & A; Jewish News; Incidents from the Field; Hollywood Beth Sar Shalom Center Opens; Mission Work in Denver; Israel in the Spotlight - Chapter 13 (cont'd); and more. Printed upon glossy stock. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1972. First Edition.


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    Centennial of Vancouver Jewish life, 1886-1986 (Publications of the Jewish Historical Society of British Columbia) by Leonoff, Cyril Edel

    Canada: Jewish Historical Society of British Columbia. Paperback. 0969126859 30 pages. Bibliography. Black and white reproductions of archival photos. An engaging look at one-hundred years of early Jewish life in Vancouver, B.C.. Light wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1986. Reprint.


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    Shoah. by LANZMANN Claude -

    Milano, Rizzoli, 1987, 8vo brossura con copertina illustrata a colori, pp. 239.


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    JEWS IN SPAIN & PORTUGAL. A Bibliography (Reference Library of Social Science) by Singerman, Robert

    USA: Garland. Hardcover. 0824010892 364 pages. Extensive index. Over 5,000 entries. "...An attempt to bring under bibliographical control a wide range of published materials pertaining to the Jewish presence in Spain and Portugal from antiquity to the present day." - from Introduction. Clean and bright with very light wear. Binding tight. Library markings are primarily to interior of book. A sound copy of this important work. . Very Good. 1975. First Edition.


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    When?: A prophetical novel of the very near future by Ben Judah, H

    Canada: distributed by British Israel Association of Greater Vancouver ;. Paperback. B0007JFTFK 160 pages. "Its sole object is to bring to the notice of the public the source of our economic, financial, health, and other troubles. Do not let the reader be deceived into believing that this book is anti-Semitic. Actually it is just the opposite, the writer himself being of Semitic Judah, and therefore wishing to point out that there are two types of so-called Jews, the real Semitic Jew and the Ashkenazim so-called Jew who is a convert to Judaism only, ostensibly by religion, but not by blood." - from preface. Unmarked with light wear. Tight and square. A quality copy. . Very Good. 1944. First Edition.


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    Anti-Semitism in British Society, 1876-1939 by Holmes, Colin

    UK: Hodder & Stoughton Educational. Hardcover. 0713161892 328 pages. Extensive footnotes. Select bibliography. Index of persons. Index of places. Index of subject. "The first detailed study of anti-semitism, as an ideology, among the British. Concentrates on the crucial period between 1876 and 1939 when, against a background of Jewish immigration, war or the threat of war, and social and economic unrest, hostility towards the Jewish community reached its peak." - from dust jacket. Moderate wear. Binding tight. Unmarked. Front free endpaper removed. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade cover. A sound copy of this excellent reference. . Good. 1979. First Edition.


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    The New York Times Magazine, January (Jan.) 3, 1971: San Francisco - Porn Capital of America by Maliver, Bruce L.; Lipset, Seymour M.; Murray, William; Dale, Edwin L. Jr.; al, Et

    New York: The New York Times. Paperback. 56 pages. Features: Encounter Groupers Up Against the Wall - a psychologist says it is not for everyone; Is it Anti-Zionism oor Anti-Semitism? - article with reproductions of interesting contemporary graphic items; San Francisco - The Porn Capital of America - photo illustrated article with photos of Jim Mitchell, Alex de Renzy, Davey Rosenberg and Arlene Elster; Stop Raising Wages to Stop Inflation; Tasteful Mainstream ladies' swimwear ad; Beautiful Knit Row centerfold ad features models in alpine meadow; Photos of Long Island Victorian home redesigned by Karl Springer. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this vintage issue. . Good. 1971. First Edition.


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    Moneylending (Money Lending) in Great Britain - Small Loan Series by Orchard, Dorothy Johnson; May, Geoffrey

    New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Hardcover. 185 pages. Index. Bibliographical Note. "Shows the devices whereby the enterprise of moneylending has adapted itself to its changing legal, economic, and social environments." - from Introduction. Prior owner's name and date neatly written atop front free endpaper otherwise contents clean, bright and unmarked. Binding tight. Moderate external wear. Bright and handsome gilt lettering upon navy blue backstrip and front board. A well-preserved copy of this informative work. . Good. 1933. First Edition.


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    The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April (Apr.) 10, 1926 - Open-Door Immigration? by Thompson, Huston; Dillon, Philip R.; Watson, K.; Dunn, H.H.; Neil, Dudge Henry; Ford, Henry; MacDonald, Paul; Black, F.L.; Lowdermilk, Inez M.; De Young, Dirk P.; Arnold, George

    Dearborn, Michigan: The Dearborn Publishing Co.. Paperback. 32 pages. Features: Fascinating news bits inside front cover; Woodrow Wilson Was Best and Worst Copy - his passion for accuracy conflicted with newspapermen who ignored serious things to ask him 'what he ate for breakfast' - part 3; Housekeeping in Our Paris Flat - how two Americans fared in the French Capital and "Got to Love Passy"; ; Never Separated a Single Family - open-door immigration specialists slander the United States Government - Rabbi Stephen Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress, urges passage of the most liberal of all the liberalizing measures - the Perlman bill; Life and Death on the Screen - A.C. Pillsbury films bacteria and pollen in action - motion pictures of flower fertilization; What's the Matter With Jim? - the story of a boy who would only work when he thought it play; Mr. Ford's Page - interesting thoughts on the forces involved with prohibition; Editorials - major criticism of the World Court and claim that in Michigan a list of Americans targetted for assassination by communists has been found; Golf - Can You Pick the Champions? - Americans will attempt to capture leading British honors - article with photos of Glenna Collett, Francis Ouimet, Macdonald Smith, Walter Hagen, Watts Gunn, Long Jim Barnes, Bobby Jones and Robert Gardner; Lincoln's Murder - Amazing Man Hunt - John Surratt and Papal Zouave accused of the crime, who leaped for liberty over a hundred-foot precipice - article with photos of John Surratt, John Wilkes Booth and Mrs. Mary Surratt; What it Costs the Chinese to Worship Their Ancestors - wonderful photo-illustrated article; Is America a Nation of Coffee-Bibbers? - Its people drink upward of forty billions of cups of this seductive beverage each year, consuming more than half of World's Production; Union of Irish and Jews in recent 'propaganda' plays - Abie's Irish Rose, Kosher Kitty Kelly; Great Writers Who Have Failed as Novelists; Seeking to Know What the Earth is Made of - the work of Professor Stjepan Mohorovicic and others; When the Broker Breaks the Law; A Dance a Week - The Lancers, a graceful square dance - first two figures, with piano sheet music (to be continued); Oregon State Agricultural College at Corvallis, Oregon offers course in the guardianship of a real baby; The Jolly Old Pedagogue; Back cover features illustration of and quotation by Henry Thoreau. Small chip from fore-edge of front cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1926. First Edition.


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    Collier's Magazine, October 19, 1946 - Our Occupation Forces in Germany / Reducing Auto Casualties in Detroit by O'Rourke, Frank; Weidman, Jerome; Kersh, Gerald; Schweitzer, Gertrude; Ross, Robert M.; Hotchner, A.E.; Velie, Lester; Morgan, Edward P.; McCracken, Lawrence; Phillips, Robert Becker Jr.; Shane, Ted; Schendel, Gordon; Connolly, Vera; Ybarra, T.R

    USA: The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company. Paperback. 114 pages. Articles: Rampageous Reuther - an intimate appraisal of the United Auto Workers' (UAW) Walter Reuther; Heels Among the Heroes - there are too many Peck's bad boys in our occupation forces - article with nice photos of Americans serving in Germany; Stop, Look and Live! - Detroit's successful campaign to reduce auto casualties; Lady Killers - Lady Roller Derby participants - article with great color photos of Gerry Murray, Evalyn Karran and others; Circus Opera - Elephants trumpet and horses galumph when Salmaggi stages Aida; Lethal Lullaby - facts to know if you take sleeping pills; Big Tin God - the saga of Simon Patino of Bolivia and his vast Gold and Tin mining empire; Interesting back page editorial on Britain's Palestine problem. Fiction: The Hard Way Home; A Sense of Echelon; Clock Without Hands; What a Man Wants; Love is Kind of Fragile; Trouble on the Autobahn. Ads include: Studebaker trucks; Listerine; Ethyl; Shell agricultural research; Admiral phonographs; Philco phonographs - with Bing Crosby photo; Life Savers; Buick (nice 2-page photo Ford cars; Anso film; Camel cigarettes with photo of hospital intern and caption "More doctors smoke Camels than any other cigarette; Gillette razor ad features caricature of footbal player Steve Van-Buren ad); Rare full-page color ad for Wurlitzer Juke Boxes; GE light bulbs - with photo of George Burns and Gracie Allen; Clicquot Club sparkling water; Good Year (color centerfold); Garod radios; Mission Orange beverage; Carole Landis is featured for Dupont; Spertt Portable Sunlamps - with color photos; Dodge cars; Schlitz beer; "The Best Years of Our Lives" movie starring Fredric March and Myrna Loy; RCA Victor phonographs; Oregon tourism - with photos; Lucky Strike cigarette ad on back cover shows farmer holding huge golden leaf. Somewhat above-average external wear. Cover pulling from one staple. A worthy vintage copy. . Fair. 1946. First Edition.


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    National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1934 - Travel for the Average Man / Modernizing Palestine by Barnes, N.; Smith, W.; Cunningham, L.; Hardy, H.; Battey, G Jr.; Shepstone, H.; Watson, R

    Winnipeg: National Home Monthly / Stovel. Paperback. 56 pages. Features: Colour Imperial (Oil) ad inside front cover features old-style gas pumps and bottled oil; Editorial topics include Preserving Balance, The Limit of Freedom, The Limit of Socialism, The Impasse, Adult Education, and Strong Medicine; Nice one-page ad for Waterman's pens features photo of artist Howard Chandler Christy; Travel for the Average Man - article which touches on the tough economic times of the day; Rain Before Seven (short story); Echo of Erin (short story); Modernizing the Land of the Master - great photo-illustrated article on Palestine; The Man Who Lived in Twilight (short story); The Native Returns - photo-illustrated article on Robert Watson's return to the place of his rural Scotland boyhood; One-page Pond's ad features photo of Mrs. Henry Field of Chicago; The Birth of a Novel (fiction); Nice one-page illustrated Ford car ad shows stylish coupe and traffic cop; Movie News includes photos of Margaret Sullavan, Douglas Montgomery, Rosemary Ames, W.C. Fields, Bing Crosby, Miriam Hopkins, Lionel Barrymore, Otto Kruger, Una Merkek, Harold Lloyd, Hugh Williams, Helen Twelvetrees, and more; Interesting one-page Lux ad features photo of gagged man; Palmolive ad includes photo of Gladys Swarthout; One-page ad features several Heinz food products; Two-page General Motors of canada ad says "Progress out of the Common Sense of Canadian Motorists"; Legal article; Investment news; Half-page Canadian National photo-ad features budget vacations in Eastern Canada; Cooking article; World Sayings; Chipso ad inside back cover includes colour photo of Mrs. R.L. Pine and her family, plus her black dishwasher Birdie (Bertha); and more. Above-average wear and soiling. Covers detached but present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. . Fair. 1934. First Edition.


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    Two Rothschilds and the Land of Israel by Schama, Simon

    New Brunswick, New Jersey: Alfred A. Knopf. Hardcover. 0394501373 399 pages. Footnotes. Index. Black and white photographic plates. "A pioneering account of one of the most crucial events in modern Jewish history: the part played by Edmond and James de Rothschild in the genesis of the State of Israel." - from dust jacket. Book clean, bright and unmarked with negligible wear. Light wear to price-clipped dust jacket. Small publisher's ink stamp to bottom edge of textblock. A quality copy of this important work. . Fine. 1978. First American Edition.


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    The National Home Monthly Magazine, August (Aug.) 1948 - Tragedy of Israel by Roberts, Leslie; Callaghan, Morley; Skey, Larry; Stewart, Dr. H.; Taylor, S.; Tutt, S.; Rouget, R.; al, Et

    Canada: The National Home Monthly. Paperback. 68 pages. Features: Early morning photos of nostalgic scenes in Vancouver and Victoria, B.C.; Weston's / George Weston Limited one-page ad features the Canadian share owner; Very colourful one-page colour ad for the 1948 Ford Meteor (green); Reconstrukzija (Reconstruction) - excellent photo-illustrated report from Moscow describes daily life for her citizens; I'm a Hermit (short story); Morley Callaghan explains why he prefers town life to the joys of a summer cottage; Article on 1920's Jazz - songs the author would like to see stay; "Poor Little Fellers" (short story); Lawrence Skey, M.P., Criticizes Canada's "Paper Air Force"; Encounter with Cinderella (short story); What is at Stake in Palestine (Israel)? - article by Dr. H.L. Stewart; Remembrance of Things Past - a poem by E.J. Pratt accompanies photos of Old Niagara which are part of an Art Gallery of Toronto exhibit; Half-page Canadian Pacific ad features their vessel the "White Empress"; Quarter-page ad for Thistle brand baby carriages; Photos of summer fair scenes; Gerhard Kennedy looks at women's fashions - with photos; Women - The All-time Flop in Politics! - article with photos of Mrs. Iva Fallis, Miss Agnes Macphail, Mrs. Martha Black, Mrs. Gladys Strum, Mrs. Dorise Nielsen, Mrs. Cora Casselman and Mrs. Cairine Wilson; Lovely one-page colour ad for Frigidaire fridges show mom and son standing in front of loaded fridge; Recipes for preserves; One-page Chevrolet ad features green car; Battle of the Hair-doos - shops hope to regain business lost to home perms; Nice colour Coke ad on back cover includes tennis racquet and ball; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this wonderful vintage issue. . Good. 1948. First Edition.


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    The Polish Jew - His Social and Economic Value by Baskerville, Beatrice C

    New York: The Macmillan Company. Hardcover. 336 pages. "Shows how Slavic indolence has made him (the Polish Jew) the active agent in business and revolution." - from review headline in the New York Times, 19 January, 1907. Tight library binding. Olive-coloured boards with gilt lettering upon backstrip. Several tape repairs to pages. Map of Poland loose but present after title page. Page 95 loose but present. Usual library markings. Moderate wear. A generally sound copy in surprisingly good condition. . Fair. 1906. First Edition.


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    The Chosen People, September (Sept.) 1972 - Obituary of Harry Bucalstein by Fuchs, Daniel; Jacobson, Harry; Klayman, Martin; McCall, Thomas S.; Lapides, Louis; Burgen, Harry J.; Feinberg, John; Feinberg, C

    New York: American Board of Missions to the Jews, Inc.. Paperback. 20 pages. 9 x 6". Reproductions of black and white photos. A monthly publication intended as a medium of information concerning the Jews, Israel and the work of the American Board of Missions to the Jews, Inc. Features: Salutation by Daniel Fuchs presents his observations of negative changes in Jewish family life since he was raised in poverty in Brooklyn; In Memoriam - Harry Bucalstein (one page); Jewish Notes; Q & A; Incidents from the Field - A Russian Jew visits Aedus; Los Angeles Revisited - photo-illustrated article; Israel in the Spotlight - Chapter 13 (cont'd); and more. Printed upon glossy stock. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1972. First Edition.


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