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.
135 pages. Hardcover, cardboard bound. Cover is blue, fabric with the title printed in the centre, in silver, surrounded by a square border. There is a glossy dustjacket that goes over the cover, with a colour illustration of a Jewish uprising. The back of the jacket is blue-grey, with a partial illustration of an arm with a Star of David armband.
Interior pages are glossy, white; they consist of text and coloured illustrations. Narrative: This book is a publication from the exhibit "The Art and Politics of Arthur Szyk", which was created by the United States Holocaust Memorial Centre.
25 pages, unbound. Includes 20 prints of abstract images of life the Holocaust; b&w, done on a large piece of thick paper. A forward was written by Elie Wiesel and an afterward by Naim Kattan. Each print is signed at the bottom right of the print with 121/160 printed in pencil on the bottom left. A piece of textured vellum separates each print from the other. Housed in a hard-bound, textured, folder with flaps opening on each side.
666 pages. Hardcover, cardboard bound with string. Book has a dustjacket that is glossy black with the title and author printed in white; 2 b&w drawings appear under the title. The left drawing is a white outline of Eichmann's head, wearing a hat, with a black background surrounded by a thin white border; the right drawing is a white box with Eichmann's head drawn in black, wearing glasses, drawn behind several thin vertical lines. The spine of the dustjacket is black with white text and the back is white with black text. The book's cover is all black with the title gilded onto the spine. Interior pages are beige with text. Page 10 has a image of a photocopied document.
Ribbon embroidered with green and purple stitching along the border and blue, pink andyellow stitching on the inside, forming a diamond pattern. This pattern is repeated the entire length of the ribbon. A few nails have been inserted at different points along the ribbon. Narrative: Chair cover hand embroidered by Anny (Diamant) Kraus. The orginal owners, Arnost and Anny Kraus were deported to Terezin and later killed. The upholstery had been removed from the chairs und left in the care of a christian friend.
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.
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.
50+ pages (exact number unknown). Softcover, paper bound with staples. Cover is glossy blue with black and white text. At the top centre is a white musical note; at thelower centre is a set of music staffs with notes. The back cover is white with 3 horizontal blue lines, text and 2 b&w photos of a man and a women talking on the telephone. Interior pages are glossy white with black and some blue text, b&w advertisements and b&w photographs. Narrative: This is a booklet of the opera “The Emperor of Atlantis” by Victor Ullman and Peter Keen. The opera was composed while their imprisonment in the concentration camp Terezin (Theresienstadt). The opera was performed in the Frederic Mann Auditorium in Tel Aviv.
574 pages. Hardcover, cardboard bound with fabric tape along the spine. Cover is beige with the title and author printed in green, with a symbol of hammer with monogram HV printed underneath; the title and author are also printed horizontally at the top of the spine; back cover is plain beige. Interior pages are beige with text divided into chapters. The first page has a b&w photo of Theodor Fritsch.
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.