Answering myself so the question doesn't linger on the open queue.
From the Library of Congress
Dear Mr. Bolker:
It appears to be referring to the 1938 edition. See the following
WorldCat bibliographic record:
Title: ... Mathematical snapshots.
Author(s): Steinhaus, Hugo, 1887-1972.
Irvine, Charles, ; translator.
Bardach, M., ; translator.
Ward, A. J., ; editor.
Publication: New York, Leipzig G.F. Stechert & Co.
Description: 135,  pages illustrations (some color) maps, diagrams 25 cm
Standard No: National Library: CAT10911707 LCCN: a 43-2402
Descriptor: Mathematical recreations.
Genre/Form: Puzzles and games.
Puzzles and games.
Note(s): At head of title: H. Steinhaus.
Copyright date on verse of t.p. covered by label.
Printed in Poland.
"The photographs in this book were made by Miss W. Diamond,
the anaglypha were executed by Mr. F. Otto, the drawings by Messrs.
Engelstein and Grünberg, the bioscope by Mr. Engelstein,
the nets to the maps were constructed by Miss Halicka ...
The English translation ... by Mr. Ch. Irvine and Mr. M. Barbach
has been revised by Mr. A.J. Ward."--Page .
Illustrative material in pocket; movable scale and net for map laid in.
Includes bibliographical references.
Class Descriptors: LC: QA95; Dewey: 510.45; NAL: 325
Other Titles: Translation of Kalejdoskop matematyczny
Document Type: Book
Accession No: OCLC: 1469216
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