40 pages. Softcover, paperbound with staples. Cover has grey borders with a b&w drawing of two buildings, with an arch connecting them, and a barbed wire fence drawn in front of them; the background is faded red, with the title printed at the top. Interior pages are beige, with the text broken into chapters and sub-chapters.
75 pages. Softcover book, bound with paper. Cover is orange with a printed decorative black border surrounding the title. The title and author is also printed on the book's spine. The back cover has a list of books printed by the publisher. Interior pages are beige, consisting of text, broken into chapters.
262 pages; hardcover, cardboard bound. Beige fabric cover with gold embossed title on front cover and spine. Beige pages with black text; consist of b&w photographs and drawings; red thread book mark attached to spine. Narrative: A series of biographies of French-Jewish artists killed by the Nazis.
500+ pages (exact page number is unknown). Cardboard cover, not bound. Cover is beige with black and blue text; a b&w drawing of a person lying down, with their hands covering their face. Interior pages are beige, the first 12 consist only of text. The remaining pages have b&w drawings of different camp scenes, with captions under each. The last 5 drawings are in colour. The book ends with a table of contents of all the included drawings.
b&w, white border. Postcard commemorating the first anniversary of the liberation of Mauthausen concentration camp by the Americans. The front shows a black and white drawing of an American flag being raised by soldiers. A man in a prisoner's uniform waves while he walks by a fat Nazi soldier tangled in a barbed wire fence. A large American flag dominates the scene. The reverse has a caption in six languages, and bears a stylized postage stamp featuring the camp gates. The sender's message is written in blue ink.
Narrative: Donor, Mr. Wehrman, was liberated from Mauthausen concentration camp (Austria) on May 5, 1945.
144 pages; hardcover book, with green, brown and gold detailing; the spine is green with gold lettering and designs. The interior pages are beige, with the edges dyed red. The book consists of text only. Narrative: Little Lord Fauntleroy is the first children's novel written by English playwright and author Frances Hodgson Burnett. It was originally published as a serial in a magazine between November 1885 and October 1886, then as a book by Scribner's in 1886.
124 pages, green hard-cover bound with the title printed in a yellow box. Interior pages are beige, consisting of text and illustrations. The illustrations, a collection of 14 lithographs, were done by artist Frigi Löw.
16 pages. Softcover, bound with card stock and 1 staple at the centre of the spine. Covers atelier manila-coloured with black text. The title is printed at the top, surrounded with a black rectangular border. The back cover has more text, with a logo in the centre showing a large ship with 2 sails. Interior pages are light beige, consisting of text, divided into chapters.
285 pages. Hardcover, cardboard bound with string. Book has a dustjacket that is glossy and divided horizontally into 3 parts: the top is red with white text, the middle has a b&w photo of the Auschwitz barracks, the bottom is yellow with b&w text. The colour blocking and picture continues along the spine and onto the back. The book's cover is red with 3 lines of illustrated barbed wire running horizontally across the front, spine and back; the title is gilded on the spine. The flyleaf has a red and black rectangular piece of cardboard taped to the page with writing on and underneath it (see inscriptions). Interior pages are beige with text divided into chapters. There are 4 pages in the middle of the book that are glossy and contain b&w photos and captions.