New York: Payson & Clarke, 1928. First edition. End papers and title page are torn near bottom; 85 pages.
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Shiraz: Learned Society of Pars, 1958. First edition. Numerous illustrations; Translated by R.N. Sharp; 110 pages plus many pages of photographs.
Tehran: College of Translation, N.D., c. 1971. Translated by Abbas and Manoochehr Aryanpur; Persian text collected by Parviz Niloofari;.
New York: Horace Liveright, N.D., c. 1928. Probably a later impression; Forty illustrations and a fold out map of Persia.
Boston: Ilex Foundation, 2013. Second edition. 126 pages.
New Delhi: Indian Council for Cultural Relations, 1972. Second revised. English transaltion wit original Persian on facing pages; 505 pages.
London: Oxford University, 1923. First edition. CCLIV in the World's Classics Series; 210 pages.
New York: George Braziller, 1979. First printing. 168 pages.
Detroit: Information Coordinators, 1972. First printing. Detroit Monographs in Musicology, Number 2; 84 pages.
Washington: The Archaeological Society, 1933. Articles on Luxor and Armageddon by James Henry Breasted, The Vienna painters by A.S. Levetus, The Turfan Expedition in Chinese Turkestan by A. von Le Coq and poetry by Mae Wallace McCastline and Margaret Tod Ritter; 42 illustrations, 46 pages.
Washington: The Archaeological Society, 1931. Articles on Excavations at Eleusis by K. Kourouniotes, art of Catherine Morris Wright by Harvey M. Watts, restoration of the Spanish Governors' Palace in San Antonio by Harvey P. Smith and excavations of the Galaz Ruin, Mimbres Valley, New Mexico by Bruce Bryan 56 illustrations, 48 pages.
Reno: Tractus, 1996. 285 pages.
Tucson: Omen, 1973. 331 pages.