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De groote verbittering : herinneringen aan mijn vader by Wim Walraven Jr1
Nescio by Thijs Wierema1.2
H. van Brakel, ing. B.O.W. : oorspronkelijke roman by P.A. Daum3
Theo Thijssen by Rob Grootendorst4
George David by G. & E. Prezcier5
Kanalje en Opstandige liedjes by Jacob de Haan6
De Houten Pomp : A.R. caricaturistisch weekblad, 1922-1930 by Koos van Weringh7
Joop Waasdorp zestig jaar by Joop Waasdorp8
Mary Dorna, 1891-1971 by Toke van Helmond9
'Nummer elf' ̈ by P. A. Daum10
De Engelbewaarder nummer 11 by Eddy Mielen11
Mina Kruseman, 1839-1922 : portret van een militante feministe en pacifiste by Mina Kruseman12
Carry van Bruggen (1881-1932) by Carry van Bruggen13
Sicco Roorda van Eysinga : zijn eigen vijand by Hans Vervoort14
Jan Arends (1925-1974) by Jan Arends15
Joseph Roth in Nederland by Jacobus van Weringh16
Henri Hartog : schrijver van zwart Schiedam by Jan Noordegraaf17
Pierre Kemp : man in het zwart, heer van het groen by Rob Molin18
Uiterst links : journalistiek werk 1887-1896 by Alexander Cohen19
Frans Coenen by Jan Fontijn20
J. K. Rensburg, 1870-1943 : een joodse graalzoeker by Jaap Meijer21
Uiterst rechts : journalistiek werk 1906-1920 by Alexander Cohen22
Jacob Israël de Haan : correspondent in Palestina, 1919-1924 by Jacob Israël de Haan23
Bob Hanf, 1894-1944 : waarin opgenomen Christiaan Philippus' Mijmeringen over de nachtzijde van het leven by Toke van Helmond24
Rob Nieuwenhuys : leven tussen twee vaderlanden by P.J. Koets25
De Engelbewaarder nummer 21 t/m 26, 1975 - 19821 t/m 26
Omtrent "De avonden" by Wim Wennekesextra-uitgave
Onze taal als een bare schat : Jacob Israël de Haan en het Hebreeuws by Jaap Meijerextra-uitgave
Vaderland in den vreemde : joodse balladen uit Groningerland by Saul van Messel extra-uitgave
Engelbewaarder winterboek by Arie van Tilwinterboek 1978
Engelbewaarder Winterboek 1979 by Jet Greebewinterboek 1979

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