We present observations of 40 asteroids taken mostly from Table Mountain Observatory, mostly from 1982, but with a few observations from late 1981 and early 1983. Several new or substantially revised periods are reported. Perhaps most interesting are observations of two asteroids, 288 Glauke and 3288 Seleucus, which are in "tumbling," or nonprincipal axis rotation, states. Glauke has the longest rotation period known, ∼1200 h. Absolute photometry was performed on most objects, allowing us to derive phase relations and absolute magnitudes. For objects where these results are superior to previous values, we have revised the IRAS albedos using our absolute magnitude ( H) values.