Berlin: Yiddish Literature Publishing, 1924. Hardcover. 4to. 3pp. Original green quarter cloth over grayish powder blue paper covered boards with printed cover plate. Printers symbol on title page. Contains 21 prints of early Chagall paintings and drawings. Text in Yiddish. Pencil marks and child's drawings on inside front and back covers, not affecting text. Sunning, age wear and scuffing on boards. Boards slightly bowed and starting. Corners bumped. A number of torn pages. Overall in fair condition. fair. Item #8078
Boris Aronson was a Russian-American set designer, who worked both in Yiddish theater and Broadway, where he won numerous Tony Awards.
Writing on the cover; possibly “Moshe” (the name of the owner of the book?)
Inside page: “Sarah Beckerman.”.