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31302. Abrahams, Robert D., 1905-. Sound of Bow bells: the story of Sir David Salomons. Illustrated by Dan Dickas. New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy / Jewish Publication Society, 1962, stated First Printing, 148pp., very good dust-jacket, very good blue hardcover, SIGNED simply by Robert D. Abrahams on half-title, $30
Designed by Leda Glassman. Covenant books, 14. Young adult historical retelling of the story of Sir David Salomons, 1797-1873 and the struggle of Jews for access to public offices in 19th century England. Illustrated endpapers and drawings at head of each chapter.

25248. Abramov, S. Zalman, 1908-. Perpetual dilemma : Jewish religion in the Jewish State. Foreword by W. Gunther Plaut. Rutherford, N.J. : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1979, 2d printing, 459pp., very good dust-jacket, very good black cloth, $12
Abramov was born in Minsk, Russia, emigrated to Palestine in 1920, but was educated in the US. Later a lawyer in private practice, and member of the Knesset from 1959. ISBN 0838616879

21916. Agus, Jacob B., 1911-1986. Jewish identity in an age of ideologies. New York: Frederick Ungar Pub. Co., 1978, xi, 463pp. 22 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good light blue cloth, $19
Author was Rabbi at a conservative synagogue in Baltimore. ISBN 0804450188

3283. Albright, William Foxwell. Archaeology and the religion of Israel. The Ayer lectures of the Colgate-Rochester Divinity School, 1941. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1956, 4th ed., xii, 246pp. . 24 cm., very good blue cloth, library stamp on front endpaper, pocket removed roughly from rear endpaper. Binding clean, contents clean, previous owner's stamp, $15

22780. Albright, William Foxwell. The Biblical Period from Abraham to Ezra. An Historical Survey. New York and Evanston: Harper & Row, 1963, 120pp., sewn PAPERBACK, very good, previous owner's name on title page, $12
Harper Torchbooks. The Cloister Library, TB102.

26678. Aleichem, Sholem, 1859-1916. Tevye’s daughters. Translated by Frances Butwin, illustrations by Ben Shahn. New York, Crown Publishers, 1949, xvii, 302 p. 22 cm., good blue cloth, but front cover slightly soiled, $7.5
"De luxe illustrated edition." (Has several line drawings by Shahn, no more).

16556. Alexander, Hartley Burr, 1873-1939. The Hebrew Contribution to the Americanism of the Future. New York: The Menorah Press, 1923, 40pp., small stapled PAPERBACK, very good, slight cover wear, $15
The Menorah Pamphlets, No. 1. First Annual Zunz Memorial Lecture, reprinted from the Menorah Journal Feb/April, 1920.

21535. Alfasi, Yitzchak. Jewish Frankfurt. Translated and edited by Rabbi Avraham Yaakov Finkel. Lakewood, N.J.: C.I.S., 1993, 108pp., very good sewn paperback, $10
The ancient community - Persecution and expulsion - Defensive barricades - Difficult times - Rabbi Naftali Katz and the great fire - The Pnei Yehoshua and his successors - The Napoleonic period - The revival of orthodoxy - Jewish contributions to the city - Destruction and defiant renewal. ISBN 1560622148

30764. American Jewish Archives. American Jewish Archives. Volume 23, no. 1, April 1971. Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion, 1971, 122pp., sewn PAPERBACK, very good, $12
Complete issue of the journal, contains frontispiece photo of Nelson Glueck (1900-1971) and short obituary notice. Zosa Szajkowski, Double Jeopardy. The Abrams Case of 1919 - Joan Zlotnick, Abraham Cahan - Early Days: the Story of Sarah Thal - Herbert W. Kline, The Jew that Shakespeare Drew? - Richard M. Stern, Arnold Ehrlich: a Personal Recollection (Ehrlich 1848-1919) - Gerald Stanley, Merchandising in the Southwest. The Mark I. Jacobs Company of Tucson, 1867-1875.

32981. American Jewish Committee. The American Jewish Committee. Thirty-Second Annual Report. New York: no publisher or printer noted, 1939, 127pp., small sewn PAPERBACK, very good, $25
Includes Thirty-Second Annual Meeting summaries, Annual Report of the Executive Committee on Germany (21-24), Italy, Czecho-Slovakia, Hungary, Roumania, Poland, Danzig, Palestine, Latin-American Countries, Refugee Problem, United States - Office Report, Address by Cyrus Adler, List of corporate members, List of Contributors.

32977. American Jewish Committee. The American Jewish Committee. Twenty-Eighth Annual Report. New York: printed by The Academy Press, 1935, 185pp., small sewn PAPERBACK, very good, light cover wear, $25
Includes section on The Jewish Situation in Germany Today (27-36), reports on other "centers of interest abroad" including Austria, Poland, Danzig, Saar Basin, Switzerland, Roumania, Latvia, South Africa, Latin American Countries, Canada, Salonica, Russia - Domestic Matters (US), List of corporate members, sustaining members and contributors.

32978. American Jewish Committee. The American Jewish Committee. Twenty-Ninth Annual Report. New York: printed by The Academy Press, 1936, 171pp., small sewn PAPERBACK, very good, $25
Includes section on The Jewish Situation in Germany Today (25-36), reports on other "centers of interest abroad" including Austria, Poland, Danzig, Saar Basin, Berne Protocols Trial, Poland, Palestine - Activities of the Committee, Report of the Executive Committee, Address by Joseph M. Proskauer, List of corporate members, sustaining members and contributors.

32980. American Jewish Committee. The American Jewish Committee. Thirty-First Annual Report. New York: no publisher or printer noted, 1938, 173pp., small sewn PAPERBACK, very good, $25
Includes Thirty-First Annual Meeting summaries, Annual Report of the Executive Committee on Germany (38-40), Poland, Roumania, Mexico, United States - Office Report, Address by Cyrus Adler, Address by Sol M. Stroock, List of corporate members, List of Contributors.

32982. American Jewish Committee. The American Jewish Committee. Thirty-Third Annual Report. New York: no publisher or printer noted, 1940, 111pp., small sewn PAPERBACK, very good, $25
Includes Thirty-Third Annual Meeting summaries, Annual Report of the Executive Committee on Poland (19-23), Germany (23-24), Other Countries, Refugees, Palestine, Minorities Problem, United States - Office Report, List of corporate members, List of Contributors.

32979. American Jewish Committee. The American Jewish Committee. Thirtieth Annual Report. New York: printed by The Academy Press, 1937, 153pp., small sewn PAPERBACK, very good, $25
Includes section on The Jewish Situation in Germany Today (25-32), Petition to League of Nations, Jewish Situation in Poland, Roumania, Other Countries, Palestine - Domestic Activities of the Committee, List of corporate members, sustaining members and contributors.

33227. Antler, Joyce. You never call! you never write! : a history of the Jewish mother. Oxford, New York : Oxford University Press, 2007, xii, 321pp., very good dust-jacket, slight wear, very good hardcover, slight indentations on cover, nicely INSCRIBED by Joyce Antler to a friend over 5-lines. $25
. ISBN 9780195147872

32850. Asch, Sholem, 1880-1957. In the beginning. Translated by Caroline Cunningham, drawings by Eleanor Klemm. New York, G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1935, second impression, 120pp., worn dust-jacket with chip and tear along cover near bottom of spine, very good dark red cloth, $9
Originally published as "Kleine Geschichten aus der Bibel", which was adapted from the Yiddish and translated into German by Helene Sokolow.

8041. Baeck, Leo, 1873-1956. This People Israel: The Meaning of Jewish Existence. Translated with introduction by Albert H. Friedlander. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1964, stated First Edition, 403pp., good black half-cloth with brown boards somewhat faded, $20
designed by Ernst Reichl. Translated from Dieses Volk: jüdische Existenz.

14450. Baeck, Leo, 1873-1956. The essence of Judaism. New York: Schocken Books, 1948, revised edition, 288pp., very good blue cloth but with red ink marginal notation and underlined phrase on page 31 only, previous owner's gift inscription: Phil: For the New Year - Dan Dec. 1948, $20
This rendition by Irving Howe is based on the translation from the German by Victor Grubenwieser and Leonard Pearl (Macmillan / London, 1936).

22997. Baer, S.. Sefer Breshit / Liber Genesis. Textum Masoreticum accuratissime expressit, e fontibus masorae varie illustravit notis criticis confirmavit S. Baer. Praefatus est edendi operis adjutor Fr. Delitzsch. Lipsiae: Tauchnitz, 1869, viii, 96pp., worn blue cloth, ex-library copy with stamps, $30
Preface in Latin, text in Hebrew.

20340. Bar-Am, Micha / Alon, Azariah. Al pene Sinai / Across Sinai. Introduction by Yohanan Aharoni, photographs by Bar-Am and Alon. [Tel-Aviv, 1957]: General Federation of Labour in Israel, Hakibutz Hameduchad Publishing House, 1957, xv, 77pp., very good black half-cloth, though corners of boards bumped, with dramatic photo illustration cover of jeeps driving through a stone canyon, previous owner's inscription, $125
Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs by Bar-Am and Alon. Introduction text in English, main text and descriptions in Hebrew.

9828. Bar-David, Molly Lyons, 1910-. My promised land. New York: Putnam's, 1953, 307pp., worn dust-jacket with a few tears, slightly worn blue cloth, $12
The story of a Jerusalem housewife. Bar-David was born in Canada, emigrated to Palestine in 1936 and was a journalist and popular author who wrote on life in Israel and on Jewish cooking.

18137. Barnabé d'Alsace, 1850-1923. Capharnaüm et Bethsaide: suivi d'une étude sur l'âge de la synagogue de Tell Houm. Paris: A. Picard, 1921, xv, 295pp., [4] leaves of plates: ill., maps . 23 cm, very good private black half-cloth, ex-library copy with spine title in white ink, stamps, rear pocket, otherwise neat, clean copy, nicely INSCRIBED on half-title by Meistermann to Edouard Bleke. $110

8447. Baron, Salo, 1895-1989, (contributor). Jerusalem. City, Holy and Eternal. Published in Commemoration of the Trimillenial Anniversary of the City of Jerusalem. New York: Hemisphere Publications, 1954, 63 plates, 31pp., large 28cm, very good tan cloth with gold decorations, $17
Valuable photographs of people, market places, architecture, religion, daily life.

2373. Baron, Salo Wittmayer, 1895-1989. Steeled by adversity: essays and addresses on American Jewish life. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1971, stated First Edition, xi, 729 p. 22 cm., worn dust-jacket, very good gray cloth, previous owner's stamp, $9

2368. Barth, Aron, 1890-1957. The modern Jew faces eternal problems. Translated from Hebrew. Jerusalem: Religious Section of the Youth and Hechalutz Dept. of the Zionist Organization., 1956, 288 p. 21 cm., badly torn dust-jacket, very good green cloth, some foxing, $6
Translation of Dorenu mul sheelot ha-netsah.

31661. Barzilay, Isaac, 1915-. Between reason and faith. Anti-rationalism in Italian Jewish thought 1250-1650. The Hague, Paris, Mouton, 1967, 248pp., very good dust-jacket, minor scuffing on rear blank panel, very good green cloth, $45
Publications in Near and Middle East studies, Columbia University. Series A, 10. Chapters on Isaac Abravanel, Joseph Ya'aves, Joseph Ibn Yahya, Judah Moscato, Azariah Figo, Judah del Bene, and others.

21242. Baumgard, Herbert M., 1920-. Judaism and prayer. Growing towards God. New York, Union of American Hebrew Congregations [1964], xii, 113pp. 20 cm, very good small hardcover, $6
Series: Issues of faith. Author was educated at University of Virginia and at Columbia ; ordained rabbi at Hebrew Union College in New York; later Rabbi at Temple Beth Am, Miami, Florida.

22383. Beit-Hallahmi, Benjamin. Original sins: reflections on the history of Zionism and Israel. NY: Olive Branch Press, 1993, stated First American Edition, 227pp., sewn PAPERBACK, corner worn, some ink underlining on a few pages, reading copy, previous owner's name, $6
First published in 1991. ISBN 1566561310

12182. Bellow, Saul. To Jerusalem and back: a personal account. New York: Viking Press, 1976, 1976, 182pp. . 24 cm, very good dust-jacket worn around edges with a few minor tears, very good blue half-cloth, $6
. ISBN 0670717290

4739. Belth, Nathan C.. A Promise to Keep. New York: Times Books, 1979, 305pp., PAPERBACK, good used copy, worn cover, $3
. ISBN 0812908147

31626. Ben-Sasson, H. H. / Ettinger, S.. Jewish society through the ages. Edited by H.H. Ben-Sasson and S. Ettinger. London: Vallentine, Mitchell, 1971, 352pp., dust-jacket worn around edges, very good red cloth, previous owner's name, $25
Originally published by UNESCO as a special issue of the Journal of World History. CONTRIBUTORS: Ben-Zion Dinur, R. J. Zwi Werblowsky, Hayim Tadmor, Yitzhak F. Baer, Menahem Stern, David G. Flusser, E. E. Urbach, Shmuel Safrai, S. D. Goitein, I. Twersky, H. H. Ben-Sasson, Haim Beinart, Cecil Roth, S. Ettinger, Jacob Katz, Moshe Mishkinsky, Lloyd P. Gartner, S. N. Eisenstadt. ISBN 085303141X

32146. Benjamin of Tudela. The Itinerary of Benjamin of Tudela. Travels in the Middle Ages. Introductions by Michael A. Signer, Marcus Nathan Adler, A. Asher. Malibu, California: Joseph Simon, Pangloss Press, 1993, 3d printing, 169pp., very good dust-jacket, very good brown cloth, $15
. ISBN 0934710074

17239. Bentwich, Joseph Solomon, 1902-. Education in Israel. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1965, xiii, 204pp. , [8]pp. of plates : ill. . 23 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good cloth, previous owner's name: Israel Scheffler, $9
International library of sociology and social reconstruction. History and current state of educational system as of 1965.

22847. Bentwich, Norman. The Jews in our Time. Baltimore: Penguin Books, 1960, 175pp., small sewn paperback, good but old copy, light wear around edges, previous owner's inscription, $6
Pelican Book, A468.

30805. Berenbaum, Michael, 1945-. The vision of the void : theological reflections on the works of Elie Wiesel. Middletown, Connecticut : Wesleyan University Press, 1979, 220pp., very good gray cloth, light wear to spine, nicely INSCRIBED by Michael in english and hebrew to Rabbi and Mrs. Wind. $30
. ISBN 0819550302

27472. Berghahn, Klaus L. / Hermand, Jost. Goethe in German-Jewish culture. Edited by Klaus L. Berghahn and Jost Hermand. Rochester, NY : Camden House, 2001, xiii, 190pp., very good dust-jacket, very good black cloth, $24
. ISBN 1571133232

30620. Bialik, Hayyim Nahman, 1873-1934. A Bialik treasury : selections from the works of Hayyim Nahman Bialik. Edited with introduction and notes by Rabbi Jacob E. Segal. New York : National Academy for Adult Jewish studies under the auspices of the Jewish theological Seminary of America, no date, around 1941, "This is a preliminary edition", xiv, 122pp., large PAPERBACK, good copy, text clean, but front cover complete but badly torn, spine tape torn, rear cover chipped, stamp on bottom foredge: Bureau of Jewish Education, $20
Text printed in reproduced typeface, text in English.

33136. Birnbaum, Pierre. Paths of emancipation : Jews, states, and citizenship. Edited by Pierre Birnbaum and Ira Katznelson. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1995, x, 308pp., PAPERBACK, good clean copy, but mild fold-mark on cover, one corner bumped, $9
Includes Werner Mosse on Jewish emancipation in Germany - further chapters on Holland, France, England, US, Italy, Turkey, Russia. ISBN 0691034613

17618. Blasi, Joseph R.. The communal future: the kibbutz and the utopian dilemma. Norwood, Pa.: Norwood Editions, 1978, 431pp., 26 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good large red cloth, INSCRIBED by Blasi to Israel Scheffler. $30
Kibbutz, communal society, and alternative social policy series, vol. 1. ISBN 0848234251

22606. Blau, Joseph L., 1909-1986. Judaism in America. From Curiousity to Third Faith. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1976, 156pp., very good price-clipped dust-jacket, very good white cloth, $7.5
Columbia University historian of American and Jewish philosophy. ISBN 0226057275

22879. Blumenfeld, Samuel M., 1901-1972. Master of Troyes. A study of Rashi, the educator. Foreword by Chaim Tchernowitz. New York, Published for the Jewish Institute of Religion [by] Behrman House, 1946, xii, 208pp. 24 cm, very good blue cloth, previous owner's stamp: Rabbit Eliot H. Somers, nicely INSCRIBED in english to Pat and Elliott and signed by Blumenfeld in Hebrew. $75
Originally Blumenfeld's dissertation at the institute of religion done under Tchernowitz.

22371. Brody, Leslie. Daughters of kings: growing up as a Jewish woman in America. Edited by Leslie Brody. Boston: Faber and Faber, 1997, xvii, 230pp. 24 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good black hardcover, fresh copy, $12
jacket design by Julie Metz. . ISBN 0571199194

29855. Brown, Jonathan M. / Kutler, Laurence. Nelson Glueck : biblical archaeologist and president of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College Press, distribution by Wayne State University Press, 2006, 269pp., very good dust-jacket, slight wear, very good yellow cloth, includes DVD in rear pocket, $12
Glueck was in Germany from 1923 to 1927 to study for his doctorate in Jena, like many other graduates of Hebrew Union College. ISBN 087820119X

24780. Buber, Martin, 1878-1965. At the Turning. Three Addresses on Judaism. New York: Farrar, Straus and Young, later printing, 62pp., very good gray cloth, but some light foxing on endpapers, $12
Judaism and Civilization - The Silent Question - The Dialogue Between Heaven and Earth.

20638. Buber, Martin, 1878-1965. Two types of faith. Translated by Norman P. Goldhawk. New York: Harper Torchbooks edition, 177pp. 23 cm, PAPERBACK, very good, but with remainder hole-punch in cover and first few pages, cover design by Miriam Schottland, $9

1937. Buber, Martin, 1878-1965. Two Types of Faith. Translated from the German manuscript by Norman P. Goldhawk, M.A.. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1951, 177pp., very good black cloth, slight wear, $30

31009. Buhle, Paul, 1944-. From the Lower East Side to Hollywood: Jews in American popular culture. London . New York: Verso, 2004, ix, 304pp., very good dust-jacket, very good black half-cloth, hardcover, BUT two words lightly circled in ink on page 19, $7
. ISBN 1859845983

22788. Bulawko, Henry. Anthologie de l'humour juif et israélien. Dessins de Shemuel Katz. Paris: Editions Bibliophane, 1988, 144pp., PAPERBACK, very good, $12
. ISBN 2869700075

23035. Cargas, Harry James, ed.. Telling the Tale: A Tribute to Elie Wiesel on the Occasion of his 65th birthday. Essays, Reflections, and Poems. St. Louis: Time Being Books, 1993, stated First Printing, 169pp., PAPERBACK, very good, front endpaper clipped, $9
18 essays by various authors, inlcuding Wiesel.

17260. Chazan, Barry, ed.. Studies in Jewish education, volume one. Jerusalem: Magnes Press, Hebrew University, 1983, Hebrew section, plus 239pp., PAPERBACK, very good sewn paper wraps, $13
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Melton Centre for Jewish Education in the Diaspora. Contributors include Barry Chazan, Yehuda Wurtzel, Brian bullivant, David Schoem, Solomon Schimmel, Jonathan Cohen, Michael Rosenak, Raphael Arzt, Ronald Kronish, Walter I. Ackerman, Shlomo Haramati, Steven Copeland, Oded Schremer.

9096. Choucroun, I. M. (Isaac Marc). Le Judaisme a raison. Paris: Sefer, 1955, 160pp., worn paper wraps, small tear at top of spine, $15

21439. Cohen, Arthur A., 1928-1986. Martin Buber. New York, Hillary House, 1957, 110pp. 19cm, very good dust-jacket, very good small blue cloth, previous owner's stamp, $20
Series: Studies in modern European literature and thought , edited by Erich Heller. Printed in Great Britain.

21262. Cohen, Arthur A., 1928-1986. The natural and the supernatural Jew: an historical and theological introduction. New York: Pantheon Books, 1962, xii, 326pp. 22 cm, worn dust-jacket with a few tears, very good blue cloth, $10

12655. Cohen, Arthur A., 1928-1986. In the days of Simon Stern. A novel. New York, Random House [1973], stated First Edition, 464pp. 22 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good brown cloth, $12

27439. Cohen, Morris R., 1880-1947. Reflections of a wondering Jew. Boston : Beacon Press, 1950, viii, 168pp., worn and chipped dust-jacket, very good red cloth, $12
Includes short essays on Yiddish, Philosophies of Jewish History, The Jew in Science, book reviews of: Freud, Moses and Monotheism - Powell, Spinoza and Religion - and books by Parkes, Lewisohn, Bloom, Frumkin, Hoschander, Strickland Kenyon.

31702. Cohn, Norman, 1915-2007. Warrant for genocide: the myth of the Jewish world-conspiracy and the Protocols of the elders of Zion. New York and Evanston: Harper & Row, Harper Torchbooks, 1969, 303pp., PAPERBACK, good lightly used copy, light wear to cover and rear endpaper, remainder stripe on top edge, $12
With 3-page foreword by Cohn to the Torchbook edition. TB1484.

20351. Cohn, Emil Bernhard, 1881-1948. Stories and fantasies from the Jewish past. Translated from the German manuscript by Charles Reznikoff. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1951, 262pp. 22 cm, torn dust-jacket missing lower half of spine, covers and flaps intact, very good gray cloth, $25

17192. Commission on Jewish Education in North America. A time to act = 'Et la-'asot : the report of the Commission on Jewish Education in North America: November 1990, Heshvan 5751. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1991, 97pp. : ill. . 24 cm, PAPERBACK, very good, but note in ink on page 38, $6
. ISBN 0819181048

22220. Cone, Molly. Stories of Jewish Symbols. Design and Illustration by Siegmund Forst. New York: Bloch, 1963, 80pp., very good illustrated paper-covered hardcover, $25
Amusingly hokey early 1960s illustrations and short explanations of the standard religious and cultural symbols, aimed at young adults.

31620. Dan, Joseph, 1935-. Jewish mysticism and Jewish ethics. Seattle : University of Washington Press, 1986, xi, 133pp., dust-jacket with 4cm tear at bottom of front cover near spine, good black cloth, faded at bottom of front cover, minor wear, previous owner's blind-stamp and name, $7.5
The Samuel and Althea Stroum lectures in Jewish studies. The author has been: "Gershom Scholem Professor of Kabbalah in the Department of Jewish thought at The Hebrew University, has written extensively on the history of Jewish mysticism". ISBN 0295962658

33981. Daube, David, 1909-1999. The New Testament and Rabbinic Judaism. Peabody, Massachusetts: Hendrickson Publishers, no date, around 1994, 1994, reprinted, xviii, 460pp., PAPERBACK, very good, light wear to corners of cover, $35
First published in 1956. ISBN 1565631412

27120. Davies, Martin L.. Identity or history? : Marcus Herz and the end of the enlightenment. Detroit : Wayne State University Press, 1995, xiv, 344 p. ; 24 cm., very good dust-jacket, very good blue cloth, $15
. ISBN 0814324347

18017. Davis, Moshe, 1916-. "Israel Friedlaender's Minute Book of the ACHAVAH Club (1909-1912)". Reprinted from Mordecai M Kaplan Jubilee Volume. New York: Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1953, 157-213pp., good gray sewn paper wraps, top edge of wrapper chipped, INSCRIBED by Moshe Davis for Sally Wolfinsohn (top edge of her name chipped). $25

22377. Davis, Mac, 1905-. Jews fight too!. Illustrated by Howard Simon. With an introduction by Honorable James M. Curley. New York, Jordon Publishing Co., 1945, 221pp., good red cloth, worn at top of spine, a few pencil marks in text, illustrations on many pages, previous owner's name, $12
Stories of Jewish-American soldiers in World War II, includes list of honors and awards, chapter on Warsaw ghetto.

31705. Diamond, Malcolm L.. Martin Buber: Jewish existentialist. New York and Evanston: Harper & Row, Harper Torchbooks, 1968, ix, 240pp., PAPERBACK, good used copy, light cover wear and small bruise to and tiny tear to edge of last few pages and rear cover, remainder strip on foredge and previous owner's name, $9
Cover design by Emanuel Schongut. TB840. On rear cover Ernst Simon is quoted calling this "by far the best English book on Buber.".

31814. Dimant, Devorah, ed.. The Dead Sea scrolls : forty years of research. Edited by Devorah Dimant and Uriel Rappaport. Leiden, New York : E.J. Brill / Jerusalem : Magnes Press, 1992, viii, 370pp., very good black cloth, light scuffing to covers, $125
Studies on the texts of the desert of Judah, vol. 10. ISBN 9004096795

32775. Dobroszycki, Lucjan. Image before my eyes : a photographic history of Jewish life in Poland, 1864-1939. by Lucjan Dobroszycki and Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett. New York : Schocken Books, 1977, xviii, 269pp., 32cm., good dust-jacket slight edgewear, good large white cloth but front and rear cover are slightly warped, lengthy gift inscription by previous owner on half-title, $15
Published in cooperation with YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. An exhibition of the photographs was held at the Jewish Museum in 1976. ISBN 0805236074

3880. Edelheit, Joseph A., ed.. The Life of covenant : the challenge of contemporary Judaism: essays in honor of Herman E. Schaalman. Chicago: SCJ, 1986, xvii, 263 p. : port. ; 24 cm., very good dust-jacket, very good cloth, $22
. ISBN 0935982221

9823. Efron, Benjamin, ed.. Currents and trends in contemporary Jewish thought. New York: Ktav Publishing House, 1965, vii, 311pp. . 24 cm., dust-jacket worn around edges with a few minor tears, very good green cloth, $25

17283. Eisenstadt, S. N.. Israeli society. New York: Basic Books, 1967, ix, 451pp. 24 cm, very good dust-jacket, frayed around edges, very good cloth, a few very minor notations in ink in margins, $10
Publication series in the history of Zionism and the Yishuv.

2102. Elbogen, Ismar, 1874-1943. A Century of Jewish Life. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1944, xliii, 814pp., very good red cloth, previous owner's stamp on title page: Brandeis University, Lown Graduate Center, $35

33085. Endelman, Todd M.. The Jews of Britain, 1656 to 2000. Berkeley : University of California Press, 2002, xii, 347pp., PAPERBACK, good copy but a few pages bumped and wrinkled at top corner, cover worn around edges, $12
Jewish communities in the modern world, 3. ISBN 0520227204

4838. Erlich, Henryk. Henryk Erlich and Victor Alter : two heroes and martyrs for Jewish socialism. Translated from the Yiddish with notes by Samuel A. Portnoy. Hoboken, N.J.: Ktav ; New York, N.Y.: Jewish Labor Bund, 1990, viii, 386pp., good dust-jacket with a few minor tears around the edges, very good blue cloth, $20
Revised translation of: Henrik Erlikh un Viktor Alter. Errata slip glued to front endpaper. ISBN 088125357X

31721. Federbush, Simon, ed.. Maimonides. His Teachings and Personality. Essays on the Occasion of the 750th Anniversary of his Death. New York: The Cultural Department of the World Jewish Congress and the Torah Culture Department of the Jewish Agency, 1956, 73, 157pp., good but worn blue cloth, tear at bottom of pages 63-65 but only affecting the margin, previous owner's label, $20
English and Hebrew sections paginated separately. Essays in English on Maimonides by I. Herzog, Salo Baron, Israel Goldstein, Abraham I. Katsh, Simon Federbush, Israel S. Elfenbein, I. K. Mikliszanski, A. R. Malachi, Zevi Tabory - Essays in Hebrew by J. L. Maimon, J. Rosenthal, J. Wolfsberg, S. Federbush, S. K. Mirsky, J. K. Mikliszanski, I. J. Dinstag, I. Stollman, W. Blattberg, S. Z. Kahane.

2378. Feuer, Leon I.. Why a Jewish State?. Introduction by Abba Hillel Silver. New York: Richard R. Smith, 1942, 94pp., worn dust-jacket torn at top of spine, very good red cloth, $6

17881. Finkelstein, Louis, 1895-, ed.. Rab Saadia gaon: studies in his honor. Edited by Louis Finkelstein. New York: Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1944, xi pp. , 191pp., good but faded green cloth, worn at top of spine, $17
Preface. - Foreword: The philosopher: architect of peace. On the significance of Rab Saadia Gaon, by Louis Finklestein. - Rab Saadia Gaon, by Alexander Marx. - Saadia Gaon, by R. P. McKeon. - Freedom: address for Saadia celebration, by A. H. Compton. - Saadia's exegesis and polemics, by A. S. Halkin. - Saadia as a philosopher of Judaism, by Ben Zion Bokser. - Saadia in the light of today, by Robert Goris. - Appendices: I. Selected bibliography of Rab Saadia Gaon (p. 185-191) by Boaz Cohen. - II. Hymn by Frederick Jacobi: words by Saadia Gaon (882-942), for men's chorus. - III. Program of the assemby commemorating the life and works of Rabbi Saadia gaon (882-942) held at the Jewish theological seminary of America, March 24, 1942. - IV. Program of the convocation to commemorate the life and works of Rab Saadia gaon (882-942), held at Mandel hall of the University of Chicago, April 20, 1942.

33538. Fisher, Krystyna, ed.. A brief encounter with archives. New York City : YIVO Institute for Jewish Research at the Center for Jewish History, 2005, 127pp., tall PAPERBACK, good copy but top of front cover bumped, $18
Catalog accompanying an exhibition at the Center for Jewish History in New York City to celebrate the 80th anniversary of YIVO’s founding. Densely illustrated colorful catalog of archival documents, photos, artwork, posters etc. illustrating Jewish history.

18091. Fox, Seymour / Scheffler, Israel. Jewish Education and Jewish Continuity: Prospects and Limitations. Jerusalem: The Mandel Institute, 1998, no date, around, 22pp., very good stapled paper wraps, $11

1579. Fraenkel, Josef. Theodor Herzl: a Biography. London: Ararat Publishing Society Limited, 1946, 153pp., illustrated dust-jacket, good stiff green paper wraps, $30

18876. Franck, Adolphe, 1809-1893. The kabbalah. The religious philosophy of the Hebrews. Translated from the French. New York: Bell Publishing, 1967, no date, around, 224pp. 21 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good purple hardcover, but with neat but heavy pencil underlining on about 15 pages, still very usable copy, previous owner's name, $7.5
Translation of La kabbale. ISBN 0517226413

9816. Frank, Waldo, 1889-1967. The Jew in our day. Introduction by Reinhold Niebuhr. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1944, 2d printing, viii, 199pp. 21 cm., dust-jacket worn around edges with a few chips and tears, very good small black cloth, $20
Consists of essays individually written and published. Includes substantial 12-page introduction by Niebuhr.

4795. Freedman, Maurice, ed.. A Minority in Britain: Social Studies of the Anglo-Jewish Community. London: Vallentine, Mitchell, and Co., 1955, 279pp., badly torn, folded dust-jacket, very good blue cloth, $9
Contains essays by James Parkes, Hannah Neustatter, Howard M. Brotz, and Maurice Freedman on the history, demographics, and culture of the Anglo-Jewish community.

2685. Friedlander, Albert H., 1927-2004. Leo Baeck: Teacher of Theresienstadt. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1968, stated First Edition, 294 p. 24 cm., wrinkled dust-jacket with minor wear, black half-cloth with white boards, $19
A revised German edition was published in 1973 under the title: Leo Baeck: Leben und Lehre. The author (as of 1987): "Dean and Senior Lecturer at the Leo Baeck College (London) and rabbi of the Westminster Synagogue in London, was educated at the University of Chicago and the Hebrew Union College (Cincinnati).".

17898. Gal, Allon. David Ben-Gurion and the American alignment for a Jewish state. Jerusalem: Magnes Press. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1991, 280pp. 23 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good blue cloth, nicely INSCRIBED by Gal to friends. $15
Translation of: Da_id Ben-Guryon - li-_erat medinah Yehudit. ISBN 025332534X

20890. Gay, Ruth. Unfinished people: Eastern European Jews encounter America. New York: W. W. Norton, 1996, stated First Edition, 310pp. 24 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good brown cloth, publisher's press release laid in, $12
. ISBN 0393039919

22378. Gilboa, Jehoshua A.. A language silenced: the suppression of Hebrew literature and culture in the Soviet Union. Rutherford [N.J.]: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press / London: Associated University Presses, 1982, 320pp., good dust-jacket, worn at top and bottom of spine, very good black cloth, $16
. ISBN 0838630723

14731. Ginzberg, Eli, 1911-2002. Agenda for American Jews. New York, King's Crown Press, 1950, x, 90pp. 23 cm, good blue cloth, red and black pencil marks on a number of pages, pen marks on several pages, lacks front endpaper, reading copy only, $6

33139. Goldy, Robert G.. The emergence of Jewish theology in America. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1990, viii, 149pp., very good dust-jacket, very good beige cloth, light wear, some light foxing on top foredge, briefly INSCRIBED by Bob. $19
Director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation and visiting assistant professor of philosophy at Miami university of Ohio: "a very helpful intellectual history of the contributions four thinkers made to the development of this New Theology [Will Herberg's phrase] after World War II: Herberg, Abraham Joshua Heschel, Emil Fackenheim, and Joseph Soloveitchik" (Peter Ochs). ISBN 025332601X

33819. Gordis, Robert, ed.. Judaism. A Quarterly Journal. Twenty Years Cumulative Index of Judaism, 1952-1971. New York: American Jewish Congress, 1972, 62pp., stapled PAPERBACK, very good, $20
Index of Authors, Articles by Subject, Books Reviewed.

27241. Gordon, Haim. The other Martin Buber : recollections of his contemporaries. Athens, Ohio : Ohio University Press, 1988, xiii, 186pp., fair dust-jacket, worn and scuffed, very good black half-cloth, $17
Designed by Laury A. Egan. 40 interviews with family and contemporaries. Includes: Samuel Eisenstadt, Ernst Simon, Shalom ben Chorin, Werner Kraft among many others. ISBN 0821409077

12653. Gottheil, Richard J. H., 1862-1936. Zionism. Philadelphia: The Jewish publication society of America, 1914, 258pp. front., plates (1 double) ports. 22 cm, blue cloth, a bit worn, titles faded, previous owner's name, $15
Movements in Judaism. Includes chapters on pre-Herzlites, colonization of Palestine, Leon Pinsker and auto-emancipation, the Jewish Congress, Zionist theory, Ahad Ha-Am and the philosophy of Jewish history, Zionism and the western Jews. - Gottheil was born in England but lived in the US from youth and was educated in both the US and in Germany (Ph.D. Leipzig, 1904); vigorously active in both Jewish scholarly research and in the Zionist political movement.

3445. Gottschalk, Max / Abraham G. Duker. Jews in the post-war world. New York: The Dryden Press, 1945, xiv, 224pp., dust-jacket worn around edges with a few chips and tears, very good tan cloth, $18
Gottschalk was a former Belgian government official, in exile in the US and a Prof. of International Law at the Ecole Libre des Hautes Etudes.

Digitale Bibliothek 44. Graetz, Heinrich, 1817-1891. Geschichte der Juden - cd-rom. Digitale Bibliothek, volume 44. Berlin: DirectMedia, 2002, , text in German, cd-rom, $29
Digitale Bibliothek 44.Geschichte der Juden. Von den ältesten Zeiten bis zur Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts. First published 1853-1875 and a standard possession of middle class German-Jewish homes. Multi-volume study of Jewish social and cultural as well as religious history. ISBN 3898531449. Out of print in this form / beim Verlag vergriffen. ISBN 3898531449

4787. Greenberg, Hayim. The Inner Eye: Selected Essays. 5pp. foreword by Marie Syrkin. New York: Jewish Frontier Association, 1953, 393pp., very good gray cloth, previous owner's name on title page, $12
Russian Zionist, 1889-1953, Journalist in Germany, 1921-24, then emigrated to US..32 essays on Jewish history, Zionism, Socialism and the Soviet Union, and American Jewish culture.

17935. Greenstone, Julius H., 1873-1955. The Messiah idea in Jewish history. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1906, 347pp. 20 cm, very good small brown cloth, worn at top and bottom of spine, $25

22374. Grove, Andrew S.. Swimming across: a memoir. New York, NY: Warner Books, 2001, stated First Printing, viii, 290pp., very good dust-jacket, very good hardcover, fresh copy, $7.5
Life in Hungary under Nazi occupation, communism, escape to West. ISBN 0446528595

22991. Groves, P. R. C.. Flying over Egypt, Sinai, and Palestine. Looking down upon the Holy Land during an air journey of two and a half hours from Cairo to Jerusalem. Brigadier General P. R. c. Groves and Major J. R. McCrindle. from National Geographic Magazine, September, 1926, 313-356pp., private half-cloth binding of a National Geographic article, private library spine label, $15
With 49 photographs, many in color, of which however only 10 are aerial photographs by Groves.

23906. Grunwald, Clara, 1877-1943. "Und doch gefällt mir das Leben" : die Briefe der Clara Grunwald 1941-1943. Herausgegeben von Egon Larsen. Mannheim : Persona Verlag, 1985, 105pp., small PAPERBACK, very good, $35
Substantial introduction by Larsen, followed by Grunwald's letters, documenting her work with children under Nazi persecution. "Die Lehrerin Clara Grunwald (1877-1943) war eine Vorkämpferin der Montessori-Pädagogik in Deutschland. Auf ihre Initiative wurde 1924 im Berliner Arbeiterviertel Wedding das erste »Volkskinderhaus« gegründet. Nach dem Entzug der Lehrberechtigung durch die NS-Behörden 1933 widmete sie sich der Beratung junger Juden bei der Auswanderung. Ab 1941 arbeitete sie im landwirtschaftlichen Umschulungsheim Neuendorf. Als 1943 die Belegschaft deportiert wurde, schloß sie sich dem Transport der von ihr betreuten Kinder nach Auschwitz an, obwohl sie wegen ihres Alters die Chance hatte, in Theresienstadt zu überleben.". ISBN 3924652031

21800. Guttmann, Julius, 1880-1950. Philosophies of Judaism. The history of Jewish philosophy from Biblical times to Franz Rosenzweig. Introduction by R. J. Zwi Werblowsky. Translated by David W. Silverman. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1964], stated First Edition, x, 464pp. 24 cm, good dust-jacket, chipped at top of spine, slight wear, very good gray cloth, $14
designer Ernst Reichl. Translated from the original Hebrew edition, making use of the German edition as well.

3454. Ha-am, Ahad, 1856-1927. Selected essays. Translated from Hebrew by Leon Simon. Philadelphia: The Jewish publication society of America, 1912, 347pp. 21 cm., good green cloth, small tear at top of spine, some wear to edges, front hinge wobbly, $9
Ascher Ginzberg, born in Ukraine, emigrated to Palestine and became Ahad Ha-am: advanced cultural zionism without a Jewish state. Volume includes substantial 29pp introduction to Ahad Ha'am by the translator, Leon Simon. CONTENTS: Preface - Introduction - Sacred and Profane - Justice and Mercy - Positive and Negative - Anticipations and Survivals - Past and Future - Two Masters - Imitation and Assimilation - Priest and Prophet - Flesh and Spirit - Many Inventions - Slavery in Freedom - Some Consolation - Ancestor Worship - The Transvaluation of Values - A New Savior - The Spiritual Revival - Moses - Index.

21622. Hapgood, Hutchins, 1869-1944. The spirit of the ghetto. Edited by Moses Rischin. Cambridge, Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1967, 2d printing, xl, 315pp., very good dust-jacket, very good green cloth, $12
The John Harvard library. Reproduced from the original edition of 1902.

22575. Hapgood, Hutchins, 1869-1944. The spirit of the ghetto: studies of the Jewish quarter of New York. With drawings from life by Jacob Epstein, edited by Harry Golden. NY: Funk & Wagnalls, xiv, 300pp. illus. 21 cm, very good cloth with illustrated cover, previous owner's inscription, $11
designed by Adrianne Onderdonk. .

17899. Hapgood, Hutchins, 1869-1944. The spirit of the ghetto. Edited by Moses Rischin. Cambridge, Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1967, 2d printing, xl, 315pp. illus. 22 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good green cloth, $15
The John Harvard library. First published in 1902 as The Spirit of the Ghetto. Studies of the Jewish Quarter in New York, with drawings from life by Jacob Epstein.

22878. Hartman, David, 1931-. Maimonides: Torah and philosophic quest. Foreword by Shlomo Pines. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1976, stated First Edition, xv, 296pp. 22 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good blue cloth, $12
The author (1987 information): was "a student of Rabbi J. B. Soloveitchik, received his rabbinic ordination in 1953 and his doctorate in philosophy from McGill University. Following his aliyah in 1971, he founded in Jerusalem the Shalom Hartman Institute of which he is director.". ISBN 0827600895

14712. Hebrew Union College. Hebrew Union College annual, volume 63. Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College, 1992, 144pp., very good brown cloth, $15
Contributors: Gary A. Anderson, Louis H. Feldman, Richard Kalmin, David N. Myers (The Evolution of the Akademie für die Wissenschaft des Judentums, 1919-1934), Maaravi Perez, Yaron Harel. Myers' essay deals with the changes in conception of the Akademie from its early days under Franz Rosenzweig to its later structure under Täubler and Guttmann.

28757. Hentschke, Richard. Sonderdruck: "Ammonitische Grenzfestungen südwestlich von 'amman". Sonderdruck aus Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins, Bd. 76, 1960. Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins, 1960, 103-123pp., PAPERBACK, very good offprint, $12
Includes 4 photographs, map, numerous diagrams.

28756. Hentschke, Richard. Satzung und Setzender : ein Beitrag zur israelitischen Rechtsterminologie. Stuttgart : W. Kohlhammer, 1963, 116pp., sewn PAPERBACK, very good, $25
Beiträge zur Wissenschaft vom Alten und Neuen Testament ; 5. Folge, Heft 3. Habilitationsschrift--Münster, 1958/59.

17325. Herman, Simon N., 1912-. Jewish identity: a social psychological perspective. Foreword by Herbert C. Kelman. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage Publications, 1977, stated First Printing, 263pp., 22 cm, PAPERBACK, very good, previous owner's name: Israel Scheffler, $6
Sage library of social research.

17576. Herman, Simon N., 1912-. Israelis and Jews. The continuity of an identity. New York, Random House [1970], stated First Edition, viii, 331pp. 22 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good brown cloth, previous owner's name: Israel Scheffler, $12
Contemporary Jewish civilization series.

17545. Herman, Simon N., 1912-. American students in Israel. Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell University Press [1970], viii, 236pp. 22 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good blue cloth, previous owner's name: Israel Scheffler, $7.5

31792. Hertzberg, Arthur. The French Enlightenment and the Jews. New York, Columbia University Press, JPS, 1968, viii, 420pp., dust-jacket worn and chipped around edges, very good dark red cloth, previous owner's blind-stamp on title page, $11
The author was a student of Salo W. Baron, and Rabbi in New Jersey.

3459. Herzl, Theodor, 1860-1904. The Jewish state: an attempt at a modern solution of the Jewish question. New York: Scopus Pub. Co, 1943, 111pp. . 20 cm., good small blue cloth, cover soiled, spine faded, previous owner's stamp, $7.5
This translation of Der Judenstaat is based on the revised version by Israel Cohen of the translation by Sylvie d'Avigdor - cf. p [3].

34179. Heschel, Abraham Joshua, 1907-1972. Man's quest for God. Studies in prayer and symbolism. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1967, later printing, xiv, 151pp., PAPERBACK, very good, $7.5
The Scribner Library, SL127.

33082. Homolka, Walter / Friedlander, Albert H.. The gate to perfection : the idea of peace in Jewish thought. With a preface by Elie Wiesel. Providence : Berghahn Books, 1994, xv, 128pp., very good dust-jacket, very good green cloth, $12
. ISBN 1571810188

28917. Horn, Dara, 1977-. In the image: a novel. New York : W.W. Norton, 2002, 278pp., very good dust-jacket, very good brown half-cloth, $7.5
Novel by a Harvard graduate student in Comparative Literature, studying Hebrew and Yiddish. About Vienna native Bill Landsmann, an elderly Jewish refugee in a New Jersey suburb who collects slides with images from the Bible. The challenges of assimilation in Amsterdam, Austria, New York. ISBN 0393051064

14233. Ireland, Philip W., ed.. The Near East. Problems and Prospects. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1945, 2d impression, 265pp., very good small brown cloth, previous owner's bookplate, $18
Contributors include: Count Sforza, H. A. R. Gibb, Salow W. Baron, Charles K. Webster, Quincy Wright.

28478. Ish-Kishor, Sulamith. Friday Night Stories. Series II. Adapted for children by Sulamith Ish-Kishor. New York: The Women's League of the United Synagogue of America, 1928, 2d printing, 32pp., small stapled PAPERBACK, very good, $12
Adapted for children by Sulamith Ish-Kishor from Louis Ginzberg, The Legends of the Jews. Translated from the German manuscript by Henrietta Szold. Includes: The Field of Brotherly Love - In Noah's Ark - The Leviathan and the Fox. Frontispiece illustration, black and weight drawing, by Mitchell Loeb.

28436. Ish-Kishor, Sulamith. Jews to Remember. Illustrated by Kyra Markham. New York: Hebrew Publishing Company, 1941, 127pp., good dust-jacket, price-clipped, light wear around edges, very good orange cloth, previous owner's gift inscription, $7.5
Short biographies for young adult readers, illustrated with simple black and white drawings. Moses, David the King, Jeremiah, Judas the Maccabee, Bar Kochba, Hillel, Jehudah Ha-Levi, Moses Maimonides, Baruch Spinoza, Haym Salomon, Heinrich Heine, Benjamin Disraeli, Felix Mendelssohn, Sarah Bernhardt, Albert Abraham Michelson, Louis D. Brandeis, Sigmund Freud, Theodor Herzl, Sholom Aleichem, Chayim Nahman Bialik, Ernest Bloch, Albert Einstein, Jacob Epstein.

25324. Israel Philatelist. The Israel philatelist. Journal of the Society of Israel Philatelists. Volumes 20-22, Oct. 1968-Aug. 1971. Cleveland: Vista Graphics, 1982, reprinted, about 860pp., large PAPERBACK, very good, with fold mark on front cover, $35

21234. Jacob Rader Marcus Center. American Jewish archives Journal. 50th Anniversary. Volume L, Numbers 1 & 2 (1998). Cincinnati, Ohio: The Jacob Rader Marcus Center, 1998, 212pp., PAPERBACK, very good, $13
Essays on the work of Jacob Rader Marcus, on Rabbi Samuel Freuder, on The Menorah Journal 1945-1950.

12652. Jacobs, Joseph, ed.. American Jewish year book 5676. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 559pp., very good small black cloth, slight wear to spine, $12
Contains Henrietta Szold, "Recent Jewish Progress in Palestine," (this title also printed on front cover), pp.25-158, which was also published separately.

17020. Janowsky, Oscar I., ed.. The Education of American Jewish teachers. Edited by Oscar I. Janowsky. With a foreword by Abram Leon Sachar. Boston: Beacon Press, 1967, xvii, 352pp. : ill. . 21 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good black half-cloth, $7.5
Published for the Philip W. Lown Center for Contemporary Jewish studies. Contributors include Ackerman, Band, Ben-Horin, Blumenfield, Chanover, Dinin, Dushkin, Eisenberg, Ettenberg, Seymour Fox, Goelman, Goldin, Grinstein, Hurwich, Janowsky, Jick, Rivlin, Schiff, Schoolman, Segal, Silberschlag, Skaist, Winer.

23115. Jansen, Michael E.. The battle of Beirut: why Israel invaded Lebanon. Boston: South End Press, 1983, 142pp., PAPERBACK, very good, $7
. ISBN 0896081737

21550. Jerusalem. Steimatzky's Pictorial Map. Jerusalem. 1955. Jerusalem, Steimatzky publishing co., 1955, , very good fold out map in illustrated paper wrap, $35

18167. Johnson, Frederick Ernest, 1884-, ed.. Patterns of ethics in America today. New York, Institute for Religious and Social Studies. distributed by Harper [1960], 167pp. 21 cm., very good dust-jacket, very good small cloth, $25
Religion and civilization series. Ethics of Judaism, by M.J. Routtenberg. - Ethics of Roman Catholicism, by J.P. Fitzpatrick. - Ethics of Protestantism, by A.T. Mollegen. - The ethical culture movement, by J. Nathanson. - Rational ethics, by L. Bryson. - Ethical frontiers, by W. G. Muelder. Companion vol. to the author's Patterns of faith.

30619. Joseph, Samuel, 1881-. Jewish immigration to the United States from 1881 to 1910. New York : Columbia University, 1914, 209pp., ex-library, original covers bound in, simple library cloth tape spine with title handwritten, stiff boards, spine call number, good solid copy, stamp on bottom foredge: Bureau of Jewish Education, $12
Instructor in the Commercial High School, Brooklyn New York. Studies in history, economics and public law ; v. 59, no. 4 = whole no. 145. With substantial sections on immigration from Russia, Roumania, and Austria-Hungary including discussion of local conditions.

20783. Kahana, Kalman, 1910-. The case for Jewish civil law in the Jewish State. London, Soncino Press, 1960, 120pp. 23 cm, very good dust-jacket, chipped at top of spine, very good red cloth, $40
Series: Books of enduring worth.

33219. Kaplan, Edward K., 1942-. Spiritual radical : Abraham Joshua Heschel in America, 1940-1972. New Haven : Yale University Press, 2007, xiv, 530pp., very good red hardcover, $35
The second volume of his biography of Jewish scholar and activist Abraham Heschel. Covers: Cincinnati : the war years -- Rescuing the American soul -- Spiritual radical -- Apostle to the Gentiles -- Final years. ISBN 9780300115406

9788. Kent, Charles Foster. The founders and rulers of united Israel from the death of Moses to the division of the Hebrew kingdom. New York: Charles Scribner, 1913, later printing, xii, 238pp., very good small red cloth, $19
Series: Historical Bible. 2. First published in 1908.

30646. Kessler, Harry L.. Creative dramatics for Young Judaea clubs. New York: National Young Judaea, The American Zionist Youth Commission, 1944, 48pp., very good ex-library copy in simple hardcover binding with cloth tape spine, original wrappers bound in, reproduced typescript text clean and well-preserved, stamp on foredges: Bureau of Jewish Education, $75
Leader's Council Series, Volume 1. January 1944. Foreword by Aharon Kessler: "Harry Kessler, who wrote this booklet at the request of Young Judaea, is now serving in the U. S. Army. Priior to entering the service, he was director of the Far Rockaway Jewish Center, N.Y., and dramatic director of the Central Jewish Institute, N.Y. He also directed productions at the Provincetown Playhouse, N.Y. One of his outstanding achievements was the creation of The Theater Unit and Dramatic Workshop in Long Island, N.Y. Many of the ideas presented in this booklet were developed and used in this Workshop.".

25915. Kipnis, Levin / Tchernovitz, Yemima. Gan-Gani. Let us Play in Israel. Compiled and translated from the Hebrew by Leslie Daiken. Drawings and Illustrations by Isa Hershkovitz. Tel-Aviv: N. Tversky Publishing House, Ltd., 1957, 161pp., very good blue 1/4 cloth with yellow illustrated boards, but with previous owner's childlike label across the menorah on front cover, $19
Songs, poems, and games for each Jewish holiday; each holiday is introduced by a colorful picture, other drawings in black and white. Some songs and games are in Hebrew and English. Text generally in English.

17138. Kleinberger, Aharon F., 1920-. Society, schools, and progress in Israel. Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press [1969], stated First Edition, xv, 337pp. 20 cm, very good cloth, a few minor marks in ink in margins, previous owner's name: Israel Scheffler, $7.5
The Commonwealth and international library. Education and educational research.

22214. Klemig, Roland, ed.. Jews in Germany under Prussian Rule. Berlin: Bildarchiv Preussischer Kulturbesitz, 1984, unpaginated, about 200pp., large PAPERBACK, good used copy, but cover is quite scratched and scuffed, small tear at bottom of spine, previous owner's name, $10
Richly illustrated history, text translated from German. ISBN 3880530173

20975. Klemperer, Victor, 1881-1960. I will bear witness: a diary of the Nazi years, 1933-1941. Translated by Martin Chalmers. New York: Random House, 1998, 519pp., very good black hardcover, $9
. ISBN 0679456961

25406. Klionsky, Marion, 1902-. A Labor of Love. Introduction by Mr. Isidore Friedland. Self-published, 1982, 181pp., large PAPERBACK, very good copy, sliight wear, but spine bumped at bottom, nicely INSCRIBED by the author on her 80th birthday. $25
A collection of essays on Jewish themes, and local history, first published in The Reporter,1974-1981.

8737. Kohler, Kaufmann. Studies, addresses, and personal papers. New York: Alumni Association of the Hebrew Union College, 1931, viii, 600pp. 25 cm., large blue cloth, worn at top of spine, rear hinge a bit wobbly, otherwise very good, INSCRIBED by Johanna Kohler, to whom the book is also dedicated.. $75
"The second volume published by the Alumni Association of the Hebrew Union College in memory of the late Dr. Kaufmann Kohler." - Preface. "A supplemental bibliography of Dr. Kaufmann Kohler": pp. 565-577.

32966. Kornfeld, Joseph Saul, 1876-1943. Judaism and international peace. Cincinnati : Union of American Hebrew Congregations, no date, around 1947, 22pp., small stapled PAPERBACK, very good, $10
Rabbi, Collingwood Avenue Temple, Toledo, Ohio. Popular studies in Judaism, 17.

17902. Kugelmass, Jack. The miracle of Intervale Avenue: the story of a Jewish congregation in the South Bronx. New York: Schocken Books, 1986, vi, 231pp. : ill. 24 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good brown cloth, $12
. ISBN 0805240101

3229. Lehrmann, Chanan. L'élément juif dans la littérature francaise. Zürich: Editions "Die Gestaltung, 1941, 2. Edition, 263pp. facsim. 22 cm., paper wraps, spine darkened, edges of cover soiled, otherwise very good, SIGNED by author on front endpaper. $45

33800. Leibowitz, Yeshayahu, 1903-1994. Judaism, human values, and the Jewish state. Edited by Eliezer Goldman. Translated by Eliezer Goldman and others. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1995, later printing, xxxiv, 291pp., PAPERBACK, very good, $15
Translated by Eliezer Goldman and Yoram Navon, and by Zvi Jacobson, Gershon Levi, and Raphael Levy. ISBN 0674487761

33138. Leo Baeck Institute. Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook, 43, 1998. Edited by J. A. S. Grenville. London : Secker & Warburg, Published for the Institute, 1998, x, 518pp., very good dust-jacket, light wear, very good blue cloth, $40
Includes F. L. Carsten, From Berlin to London (pp. 339-349). Other topics include: Hermann Cohen, Kaufmann Kohler, Samson Raphael Hirsch, Salomon Neumann and Treitschke, Ernst Lissauer, Hermann Sinsheimer. ISBN 0436220784

32962. Leo Baeck Institute. Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook, 21, 1976. Edited by Robert Weltsch. London : Secker & Warburg, Published for the Institute, 1976, xviii, 379pp., very good dust-jacket, light wear, very good blue cloth, previous owner's bookplate: Siegumnd & Hilde Stapelfeld, $15
. ISBN 0436244292

32961. Leo Baeck Institute. Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook, 35, 1990. Edited by Arnold Paucker. London : Secker & Warburg, Published for the Institute, 1990, xxiv, 616pp., very good dust-jacket, light wear, very good blue cloth, $15
. ISBN 0436255499

32960. Leo Baeck Institute. Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook, 42, 1997. Edited by J. A. S. Grenville. London : Secker & Warburg, Published for the Institute, 1997, x, 501pp., very good dust-jacket, very good blue cloth, $30
. ISBN 04326204649

32293. Leser, Norbert, 1933-, Hrsg.. Theodor Herzl und das Wien des Fin de siècle. Wien : Böhlau, 1987, 199pp., PAPERBACK, very good, but paper torn in margin of pages 77-80 with no loss of text, previous owner's gift bookplate, $45
Schriftenreihe des Ludwig Boltzmann-Instituts für Neuere Österreichische Geistesgeschichte ; Bd. 5. Theodor Herzl und der Staat Israel / Alex Bein - Der zeitgeschichtliche Hintergrund des Wien und Österreich im Fin de siècle / Norbert Leser - Messianische Elemente im Denken und Wirken Theodor Herzls / Jacob Allerhand - Theodor Herzl, Georg von Schönerer und der Antisemitismus / Ruth Burstyn - Die Rezeption Herzls in der jüdischen Welt / Harry Zohn - Moderne Erben der Makkabäer / Julius H. Schoeps - Theodor Herzl als Literat / Johannes Wachten - Theodor Herzl und Karl Kraus / Nike Wagner - Anstelle eines Nachworts / Benno Weiser-Varon. ISBN 3205063554

30877. Lévinas, Emmanuel, 1905-1995. Du sacré au saint : cinq nouvelles lectures talmudiques. Paris: Minuit, 1981, later printing, 182pp., sewn PAPERBACK, very good, previous owner's name, $22
. ISBN 270730168X

3343. Levine, Hillel / Harmon, Lawrence. The death of an American Jewish community: a tragedy of good intentions. New York: Free Press. Toronto: Maxwell Macmillan Canada. New York: Maxwell Macmillan International, 1992, later printing, xiii, 370pp., dust-jacket with minor wear, very good black cloth, title and half-title page with light fold marks, $13
. ISBN 0029138655

8446. Lewisohn, Ludwig, 1882-1955, ed.. Among the Nations. Three Tales and a Play about Jews. By Somerset Maugham, Jacques de Lacretelle, John Galsworthy, Thomas Mann. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1948, later printing, 270pp., dust-jacket, front cover scuffed, edge-wear, minor tears, green cloth with minor wear, $7.5
Includes Thomas Mann, Tamar.

24954. Lewy, Arieh, ed.. Decision Oriented Evaluation in Education. The Case of Israel. Philadelphia, Rehovot: International Science Services, 1981, 214pp., large PAPERBACK, very good but with private library borrower's card and pocket inside rear cover, otherwise clean with only slight wear, $25
9 different contributors. ISBN 0866890130

1972. Lewy, Hans, 1901-1945, ed.. Philo: Philosophical Writings: Selections. Edited by Hans Lewy. Oxford: East and West Library, published by Phaidon Press, 1946, 112pp., very good red cloth, slight cover wear, $20
25pp. Introduction by Lewy; biographical note on him, pp. 110-12 by Moshe Schwabe, Prof. of Classics, Hebrew Univ., Jerusalem.

21724. Liptzin, Solomon, 1901-1995. Generation of decision: Jewish rejuvenation in America. New York: Bloch Pub. Co., 1958, 307pp. 23 cm, dust-jacket worn around edges with a few chips and tears, very good light blue cloth, $12
Review clipping from Seattle Transcript laid in. Includes chapters on the Yiddish enclave, jewish self-hatred, the legend of the heroic jew, the generation of decision. Author was Comp. Lit. Professor at City College in New York, specializing in German and Austrian literature.

20523. Loewenberg, Robert J., 1938-. An American Idol. Emerson and the "Jewish idea". Lanham, MD : University Press of America, 1984, x, 138pp., 23 cm, PAPERBACK, very good, $12
. ISBN 0819139564

12650. Loewenstein, Rudolph M.. Christians and Jews, a psychoanalytic study. Translated from the French by Vera Damman. New York, International Universities Press, later printing, 224pp. 23 cm, worn dust-jacket, very good blue cloth, previous owner's name, $19

31677. Löwy, Moritz, 1849-1908, Hrsg.. Drei Abhandlungen von Josef b. Jehuda, dem Schüler Maimûni’s: 1. Ueber den Nothwendig-Existirenden, 2. Ueber den Modus des Hervorgehns der Dinge aus ihm, 3. Ueber die Schöpfung der Welt. reprinted, unknown publisher, no date, probably around 1978, 1978, xvi, 41, 16pp., very good blue cloth, $85
Originally: Berlin, B. Baer, 1879. Zum ersten Mal herausgegeben, übersetzt und erläutert von Moritz Löwy - originally an 1879 Leipzig dissertation. Main text in German, with 16pp. addition in Hebrew.

18165. MacIver, Robert M., 1882-1970, ed.. New horizons in creative thinking: a survey and forecast. New York, Institute for Religious and Social Studies. distributed by Harper [1954], x, 159pp. 21 cm., very good dust-jacket, very good small cloth, $25
Religion and civilization series. Human ideals and the cosmic,view, by H. Shapley. - Philosophy and the art of living, by G. Boas. - The arts and contemporary life, by A. Hofstadter. - New horizons in the novel, by W. G. Rogers. - New horizons for poetry, by M. Cane. - New movements in recent literature, by O. J. Campbell. - New horizons in music, by H. D. Cowell. - New horizons in painting, by B. Shahn. - What has theater to offer? by W. Kerr. - Actualities and possibilities in television, by R. Saudek. - New art and old morals, by W. G. Constable. - New art and old morals: another view, by J. Ferren. - New horizons in human relations, by H. D. Lasswell.

18166. MacIver, Robert M., 1882-1970, ed.. Unity and difference in American life, a series of addresses and discussions. New York, London, Pub. by Institute for Religious & Social Studies, distributed by Harper & Brothers [1947], 5pp. l., 3-168pp. 21 cm., very good dust-jacket, very good small cloth, $25
Religion and civilization series. The common ground: Three paths to the common good, by Louis Finkelstein. The rise of an American culture, by Allan Nevins. What common ground has America won? By L.K. Frank. -- The dividing issues: The racial issue, by E.F. Frazier. The ethnic issue, by Vilhjalmur Stefansson. The economic issue, by Eli Ginzberg. The religious issue, by R.W. Sockman. -- What can we do about them: What the schools can do, by C.R. Miller. What the press can do, by G.W. Johnson. What business can do, by E.L. Bernays. What the courts can do, by W.H. Hamilton. What we all can do, by R.M. MacIver.

17753. MacIver, Robert M., 1882-1970, ed.. Moments of personal discovery. New York, Institute for Religious and Social Studies. distributed by Harper [1952], ix, 170pp. 21 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good brown cloth, $19
Religion and civilization series. A Publication of the Institute for Religious and Social Studies. What a poem did to me, by D. Moore. -- Ants, galaxies, and men, by H. Shapley. -- The neurosis wears a mask, by L.S. Kubie. -- Out of the things I read, by M. Mead. -- Persons, places, and things by P. Weiss. -- The road to understanding, by L. Bryson. -- The sum of it all, by J.M. Proskauer. -- There really is a God, by H.E. Fosdick. -- How to live creatively as a Jew, by M.M. Kaplan. -- A philosopher meditates on discovery, by R. McKeon. -- Thinkers who influenced me, by H. Taylor. -- Arnold Toynbee kindles a light, by D. Auchincloss. -- Sometimes a miracle hapens, by W.G. Constable.

18168. MacIver, R. M., ed.. Discrimination and National Welfare, a series of addresses and discussions. New York, Institute for Religious and Social Studies. distributed by Harper [1949], 135pp., very good dust-jacket, very good small cloth, $25
Religion and civilization series. Contributors: MacIver, Ira De a. Reid, Elmo Roper, Robert C. Weaer, Theodore Brameld, Milton R. Konvitz, Herbert R. Northrup, John LaFarge, Roger N. Baldwin, Adolf A. Berle, jr., Robert K. Merton.

12641. Marcus, Jacob R., 1896-1995. The rise and destiny of the German Jew. Cincinnati, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1934, xvi, 365pp. 24 cm, dust-jacket worn around edges with a few chips and tears, very good black cloth, extravagantly designed with signets representing judaism, a Jew being burned at the stake, industry, and a swastika witha question mark across it, $19
Second issue, without "Introduction" by E. Gamoran, and without "Topics for study, discussion, and papers.".

31257. Marcus, Jacob R., 1896-1995. The dynamics of American Jewish history : Jacob Rader Marcus’s essays on American Jewry. Edited, with introductions and notes, by Gary Phillip Zola. Hanover : University Press of New England for Brandeis University Press, 2004, xxxi, 192pp., very good dust-jacket, very good green half-cloth, $9
Brandeis series in American Jewish history, culture, and life. Includes biographical essay by Jonathan Sarna, interview with Marcus (1981), 11 essays by Marcus dating from 1916-1989, and a full bibliography. Essays included: America: Spiritual Center of Jewry (1916) - the Jewish Soldier (1918) - Lost: Judaism in the AEF (1919) - Zionism and the American Jew (1933) - Mass Migrations of Jews (1940) - New Literary Responsibilities (1941) - The Program of the American Jewish Archives (1948) - Three Hundred Years in America (1955) - Pedagogue's Progresss (1957) - Genesis: College Beginnings (1978) - Testament (1989). ISBN 1584653434

3134. Maritain, Jacques, 1882-1973. Antisemitism. London: G. Bles, the Centenary Press, 1939, 56pp. . 23 cm., worn dust-jacket, red cloth, some foxing on endpapers, $25
"The development of a lecture given in Paris on February 5th, 1938 underthe auspices of the Groupes chretiente and delivered with some additions in NewYork on December 14, 1938 under the auspices of the National Conference of Jewsand Christians."--Foreword. American edition has title: A Christian looks atthe Jewish question.

21378. Marton, Kati. A death in Jerusalem. New York: Pantheon Books, 1994, stated First Edition, xiii, 321pp., [16]pp. of plates: ill., maps . 25 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good blue half-cloth, $7.5
The assassination by Jewish extremists of the first Arab-Israeli peacemaker. ISBN 0679420835

8449. Marx, Alexander, 1878-1953. Essays in Jewish Biography. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1947, 298pp., fair dust-jacket, torn with no loss of text, very good brown cloth, $13
1878.Elberfeld-1953.NY; Marx studied in Königsberg and Berlin (Univ. and Rabbinical seminary); from 1903 he was director of the Jewish Theological Seminary library and professor of history. Published and edited many works on Jewish history in both English and German. Biographical essays included here deal with: Saadia Gaon, Rabbenu Gershom, Rashi, Maimonides, Moritz Steinschneider, David Hoffmann, Mayer Sulzberger, Solomon Schechter, Joseph Jacobs, Henry Malter, Max Leopold Margolis, and Israel Friedlaender; covering a forgotten period in Judaic studies, between Eastern and Central Europe and the US in the late 19th century.

23994. Mathews, Basil. The Jew and the World Ferment. New York: Friendship Press, 1935, 186pp., good but worn black cloth, front endpaper scuffed, crayon drawing on endpaper and one page of index, $12

32294. Mattenklott, Gert, 1942-. Jüdische Intelligenz in deutschen Briefen : 1619-1988. Frankfurt am Main : Frankfurter Bund für Volksbildung, 1988, 275pp., small sewn PAPERBACK, very good, $30
Letters with shorter and longer introductions and comments by the editor, pp. 5-197 / Gespräch mit Boehlich, pp. 198-218 / Gespräch mit Silvia Schlenstedt, pp. 219-239 / Gespräch mit Peter Lilienthal, pp. 240-271. Aus der Reihe Zerstörung - Verlust - Erinnerung. Essays & Materialien, hrsg. in 16 Einzelbänden von Peter Hahn im Auftrag der Stadt Frankfurt am Main aus Anlaß des 50. Jahrestages der Pogrom-Nacht vom 9. November 1938. ISBN 3927269115

26828. Melcher, Peter. Weissensee : ein Friedhof als Spiegelbild jüdischer Geschichte in Berlin. Berlin: Haude & Spener, 1987, Sonderausgabe, 131pp., PAPERBACK, very good, $14
Illustrated throughout with photos. ISBN 3775902988

29808. Meyer, Michael A., 1937-. The origins of the modern Jew : Jewish identity and European culture in Germany, 1749-1824. Detroit : Wayne State University Press, 1984, 4th printing, 249pp., PAPERBACK, very good, $9
Cover design by Joanne E. Kinney. WB32. ISBN 0814314708

32964. Meyer, Martin Abraham, 1879-1923. Jew and non-Jew. Cincinnati : Union of American Hebrew Congregations, no date, around 1947, 35pp., small stapled PAPERBACK, very good, $10
Popular studies in Judaism, 3. Meyer: Late Rabbi Temple Emanu El, San Francisco.

20524. Meyerowitz, Rael, 1953-. Transferring to America: Jewish interpretations of American dreams. Albany, NY : State University of New York Press, 1995, xviii, 302pp., 24 cm, large PAPERBACK, very good, fold-mark on rear bottom corner of cover, INSCRIBED on half-title by the author: Rael. $10
SUNY series in psychoanalysis and culture. Deals with Stanley Cavell, Harold Bloom, and Sacvan Bercovitch. CONTENTS: Introduction: The Tactics of Cultural Integration - Sources of Assistance: French Theory and Psychoanalysis - Prospects of Culture: Interpreting American Dreams - Wrest(l)ing Authority: The Agonism of Harold Bloom - Finding Acknowledgment: The Inheritance of Stanley Cavell - Identifying Rhetorics: The Acculturation of Sacvan Bercovitch - Conclusion. ISBN 0791426084

28449. Milhaud, Jean, 1898-. Tel Aviv : la colline du printemps - (un voyage en Israël). Paris-Genève: Jeheber, 1958, 154pp., sewn PAPERBACK, very good with printed cover, separate dust-jacket is quite worn around edges, nicely INSCRIBED by Jean Milhaud on half-title to Madam Edna Miller. $45
Milhaud, son of the famous mathematician, traveled to Israel in 1957. He reports on Kibbutz life, Histadruth, Safed, Haifa, Jerusalem, the Dead Sea. Text in French. Includes photos.

24751. Mindlin, Murray, ed.. Explorations; an annual on Jewish themes. Edited by Murray Mindlin and Chaim Bermant. Chicago, Quadrangle Books, 1968, 305pp., very good dust-jacket, very good brown cloth, $25
22 contributors including survivors Ilselotte Themal, Kurt Lindenberg - Walter Kaufmann, Desert-born god and Judgment (poems).

21597. Mulhall, Johon W.. America and the Founding of Israel. An Investigation of the Morality of America's Role. Los Angeles: Deshon Press, 1995, 270pp., PAPERBACK, very good, $7
. ISBN 0964515709

26105. Munk, Max. Extra dimension; a new approach to the Torah. With a foreword by Leo Jung. Jerusalem, Rubin Mass, 1964, 78pp., very good dust-jacket, a bit light-faded around edges, cover lightly scuffed, very good blue cloth, INSCRIBED card glued to front endpaper, from "the author"; substantial 2pp handwritten letter from Munk explaining the book laid in.. $75
This copy was given by Munk to "Martin", an old student of Munk's in London at the wedding of Samson Raphael Grunfeld, Judith Rosenbaum's eldest son, Sept. 10, 1968 - which has been noted in ink on the front pastedown. Later, Munk sent a card with a brief inscription to be glued into the book, along with a two-page letter, both of which have been glued in. - Judith Grunfeld-Rosenbaum: author of book on Jewish children evacuated to Sheffield England in WWII. - Raphael Samson Grunfeld: author of book on Ner eyal: guide to laws of Shabbat.

27091. Nachama, Andreas, Hrsg.. Jüdische Lebenswelten. Herausgegeben von Andreas Nachama, Gereon Sievernich (Bd. 2). Berliner Festspiele. Frankfurt am Main : Jüdischer Verlag : Suhrkamp, 1991, 406, 755pp., large sewn PAPERBACK volumes, two volumes, very good, but spine of volume two with wear lines from previous reading, still quite solid, $45
Bd. I: Katalog / herausgegeben von Andreas Nachama, Gereon Sievernich --Bd. II: Essays / herausgegeben von Andreas Nachama, Julius H. Schoeps, Edward van Voolen. "Aus Anlass der Ausstellung 'Jüdische Lebenswelten' im Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin, 12. Januar-26. April 1992" - ISBN 363354058X - 3633540571. ISBN 363354058X

19531. Neiman, David. Marriage and Ancillary Domestic Relations. Newtown Branch, Mass.: Little Acorns Press, 1994, 176pp., PAPERBACK, very good, $9
Part I. Patriarcha Law - Babylonian Law - Biblical marriage - Bride Purchase, Adoption - Surrogate Motherhood - Inheritance, Alimony - Child Support.

4635. Neumark, David, 1866-1924. Essays in Jewish Philosophy. no city: Published by the Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1929, 376pp., very good black cloth, previous owner's name, $75
Printed in Austria by Adollf Holzhausen's Successors. Includes bibliography of Neumark's works. CONTENTS: The Philosophyh of Judaism and how it should be taught - The Beauty of Japhet in the Tents of Shem - Spirit - Dualism in Religion and Ethics - Individual Authority in Judaism - Hebraism - Reform Jews and Nationalists - The Principles of Judaism - Saadya's Philosophy - Jehuda Hallevi's Philosophy - Crescas and Spinoza - Historical and systematic Relations of Judaism to Kant - Bibliography of Professor David Neumark.

17044. Neusner, Jacob, 1932-. Major Trends in Formative Judaism. Second Series. Texts, Contents, and Contexts. Chico, Calif.: Scholars Press, 1984, 152pp., PAPERBACK, very good, $7.5
Brown Judaic studies, no. 61. ISBN 0891307273

17039. Neusner, Jacob, 1932-. From Mishnah to Scripture: the problem of the unattributed saying with special reference to the division of purities. Chico, Calif.: Scholars Press, 1984, 126pp., 24 cm, PAPERBACK, very good, $9
Brown Judaic studies, no. 67. ISBN 0891307494

17726. Newman, Shirley. An Introduction to Kings, Later Prophets, and Writings. Illustrated by Brom Hoban. New York: Behrman House, 1981, 160pp., large PAPERBACK, very good, INSCRIBED by the author. $15

16015. Newman, Robert David. Let them Remember. A Novel of the Final Exodus. Quincy, Mass.: The Abraham Press, 1980, stated First Edition, 318pp., PAPERBACK, very good, INSCRIBED at length by the author Newman. $35

27116. Niewyk, Donald L., 1940-. Socialist, anti-Semite, and Jew; German social democracy confronts the problem of anti-Semitism, 1918-1933. Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press, 1971, x, 254 p. 23 cm., very good dust-jacket, very good red cloth, $25
The author thanks his mentor John L. Snell from Tulane, as well as a number of German exiles he was able to consult: Hans A. Schmitt, Rudolf Callmann, Rudolf Coper, Ernst Fraenkel, Ernest Hamburger, Wilhelm Hoegner, Carl Landauer, and others. ISBN 0807105317

8966. Oesterreicher, John M. / Anne Sinai, ed.. Jerusalem. New York: John Day, 1974, xvi, 302pp. illus. 24 cm., very good dust-jacket with a few minor tears around the edges, very good tan cloth, a few lines underlined in pen in chapter 9 by Menashe Harel only, $18
20 chapters by various authors on history and current status, as of 1974. Oesterreicher contributes an introduction and final chapter.

23662. Oliver, Roy. The wanderer and the way : the Hebrew tradition in the writings of Martin Buber. Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, 1968, xiii, 168pp., very good dust-jacket, worn at top and bottom of spine, very good red cloth, $18

32299. Oliver, Roy. The wanderer and the way : the Hebrew tradition in the writings of Martin Buber. Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, 1968, xiii, 168pp., worn but good dust-jacket, a bit scuffed, very good red cloth but with some light foxing on top foredge, $7.5
British journalist Oliver, author of books on Gandhi, European famine, Norwegian resistance against the Nazis, and Shakespeare "uses an imaginative and unusual approach to develop his portrait of Martin Buber. He devotes each chapter to a Biblical archetype - Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Psalmist, Isaiah, and Servant. He moves from Buber's response to each as a Biblical human figure, to the Hasidic material in which Buber traces the same theme, and finally to its contemporary expression in the I-Thou philosophy" (jacket text).

12625. Olsvanger, Immanuel, 1888-1961, ed.. Röyte pomerantsen. New York, Schocken Books [1948], 2d printing, xiv, 201, [4]pp. 21 cm, dust-jacket torn around edges, broadly price-clipped across some of flap text, very good small red cloth, previous owner's name, $12
Yiddish text transcribed. "Most of the stories ... were originally published by the author, with a different transliteration, in Rosinkes mit Mandlen ... Basle, 1921, (2nd ed., 1931), and in Reyte Pomeranzen .. Berlin, 1935".

4527. Oz, Amos. In the Land of Israel. Translated by Maurie Goldberg-Bartura. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich - A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book, 1983, 1st ed. of this translation, 257pp., dust-jacket, black half-cloth, $7

17752. Panko, Stephen M.. Martin Buber. Waco, Tex.: Word Books, 1976, 135pp., worn dust-jacket, very good gray hardcover, $12
Makers of the modern theological mind. ISBN 0876804709

21259. Peretz, Isaac Leib, 1851-1915. Selected stories. Edited with an introduction by Irving Howe and Eliezer Greenberg. New York, Schocken Books [1974], 159pp. port. 21 cm, very good red cloth, slight wear from previous reading, $9
Berl the tailor. -- The magician. -- Thou shalt not covet. -- The hermit and the bear. -- If not higher. -- Three gifts. -- The Shabbes-goy. -- A pinch of snuff. -- Motl Prince. -- Bontsha the silent. -- Joy beyond measure. -- Between two peaks. -- Neilah in Gehenna. -- Devotion without end. -- A musician dies. -- Venus and Shulamith. -- The poor boy. -- Travel pictures. Translated from Yiddish. ISBN 0805235418

24011. Perutz, Leo, 1882-1957. The Marquis of Bolibar. Translated from the German by John Brownjohn. NY: Arcade Publishiing, Little Brown, 1989, ix, 182pp., very good dust-jacket, very good blue half-cloth, previous owner's inscription, $10
. ISBN 1559700157

22584. Pinson, Koppel S., 1904-1961, ed.. Essays on antisemitism. Edited by Koppel S. Pinson. New York, Conference on Jewish relations, 1942, xi, 202pp. incl. tables. 26 cm, good blue cloth, with very slight discoloration at top edge of last few pages, marred by white paint marks outline on front cover, $18
Jewish social studies. Publications, no. 2.

34169. Polonsky, Antony, ed.. Polin. A journal of Polish-Jewish studies. Volume 2. Oxford : Basil Blackwell for the Institute for Polish-Jewish Studies, 1987, ix, 484pp., good dust-jacket with chip at lower front corner, good brown cloth, BUT one corner dented with cloth rubbed off, dent at top of front panel near spine, ink notation on title page appears to be a call number, $20

30865. Rabinowicz, Harry M., 1919-. The legacy of Polish Jewry. New York, Thomas Yoseloff, 1965, 256pp., good dust-jacket, worn around edges, very good blue cloth, previous owner's name label, $15

28351. Rigg, Bryan Mark, 1971-. Rescued from the Reich : how one of Hitler’s soldiers saved the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Foreword by Paula E. Hyman. New Haven : Yale University Press, 2004, xvii, 284pp., PAPERBACK, very good, $7.5
A fantastic story involving part-Jewish soldiers in the German secret service, an ambitious religious movement and their supporters and critics in the US. Entertaining, full of new historical elements for most readers; unfortunately the book is also absurdly repetitive and poorly edited, could easily be 50 pages shorter. The author must be praised for his even-handed treatment of a messianic religious movement and for discussing questions most are afraid to touch even in private discussion. ISBN 0300115318

35466. Rodrigue, Aron, 1957-. De l’instruction à l’émancipation : les enseignants de l’Alliance israélite universelle et les juifs d’Orient, 1860-1939. Traduit de l’anglais par Jacqueline Carnaud. Paris : Calmann-Lévy, 1989, 236pp., PAPERBACK, very good, light wear, previous owner's label, briefly INSCRIBED by Aron. $17
Collection "Diaspora". Rodrigue's work originated with a 1985 Harvard dissertation on the subject. Here he thanks Bernard Lewis, Simon Schama and Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi for their help. ISBN 2702117570

30372. Roskies, David G., 1948-. Against the apocalypse : responses to catastrophe in modern Jewish culture. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1984, viii, 374pp., dust-jacket torn and chipped, tape repair on reverse, very good red cloth, $12
. ISBN 0674009150

30357. Rotenstreich, Nathan, 1914-1993. Jewish Philosophy in Modern Times: From Mendelssohn to Rosenzweig. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1968, stated First Edition, 282pp., dust-jacket with chips and tears around edges, very good blue cloth, slight wear, $14
Jacket design by Allan Peckolick. Chapters on Mendelssohn, Luzzatto, Moritz Lazarus, Hermann Cohen, S. Formstecher, S. Hirsch, N. Krochmal, S. L. Steinheim and Franz Rosenzweig, Rav Kook, A. D. Gordon.

31883. Roth, Henry, 1906-. Call it sleep. With an introduction by Alfred Kazin and an afterword by Hana Wirth-Nesher. New York : Noonday Press, 1995, 8th printing, xx, 462pp., PAPERBACK, good clean lightly used copy with minor fold mark on front cover, light wear, $8.46
. ISBN 0374522928

30750. Roth, Walter, 1929-. Looking backward : true stories from Chicago’s Jewish past. Chicago, IL : Academy Chicago Publishers, 2002, xiii, 273pp., very good dust-jacket, slight wear, very good black hardcover, $10
Includes a section on the Robert Adler Papers: Refugee Affidavits (77-85) on helping refugees from Germany get to the US after 1933. Other chapters on Meites' History of the Jews of Chicago, Lazarus Silverman, the Columbian Exposition, Julius Rosenwald, Adolf Kraus and Russian Jews, Blood Libel, Kristallnacht haunts Chicago, Reverend William Blackstone, Rabbi Bernhard Felsenthal, Leon Zolotkoff, Aaron Aaronsohn, Camp Avodah, Shmarya Levin, Nachum Sokolow, Einstein and Weizmann, Bialik, Clarence Darrow, Peter Bergson and the Irgun, Ben Hecht, Rosa Sonnenschein, Sol Bloom, Jacob Loeb, Edna Ferber, Maxwell Bodenheim, Meyer Levin, Dora Feldman McDonald, Davey Miller, Ben Reitman, Kingfish Levinsky, Moe Berg. ISBN 0897335139

16493. Roth, Joseph, 1894-1939. Wandering Jews. Translated by Michael Hoffmann. New York: Norton, 2001, 146pp., very good dust-jacket, very good small illustrated black half-cloth, fresh copy, $12
. ISBN 0393049019

12497. Rothgiesser, Ruben. The ship of hope. Translated from the German by Felix N. Gerson. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1944, 2d impression, x, 144 p. plates. 19 cm., worn gray cloth, cover scuffed, light wear, printed dedication to Erich Gompertz, $15
Translation of Das Knabenschiff.

30800. Rubenstein, Richard L., 1924-. After Auschwitz: Radical Theology and Contemporary Judaism. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1966, later printing, 287pp., dust-jacket worn and chipped around edges, good brown cloth, front board a bit warped, newspaper report on Rubinstein laid in, leaving offsetting on inscription page: Rubinstein calls for godless Judaism, INSCRIBED by Richard L. Rubinstein to a Connecticut synagogue. $25

4518. Rubenstein, Richard L., 1924-. After Auschwitz: Radical Theology and Contemporary Judaism. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1966, 287pp., dust-jacket missing small corner of back inside flap, brown cloth, SIGNED by Rubenstein. $25

15767. Rubenstein, Richard L., 1924-. The Religious Imagination. A Study in Psychoanalysis and Jewish Theology. Boston: Beacon Press, 1968, later printing, 246pp., PAPERBACK, very good copy, $6

3352. Sankowsky, Shoshanna Harris. Short history of Zionism. New York: Avukah, American Student Zionist Federation, 1939, Third edition, revised, 88pp. illus. (map) diagrs. 24 cm., gray illustrated stapled paper wraps, fold mark across front cover, $12

4454. Schlotzhauer, Inge. Das Philanthropin 1804-1942: Die Schule der Israelitischen Gemeinde in Frankfurt am Main. Fr./M.: Verlag Waldemar Kramer, 1990, 132pp., very good illustrated hardcover, $17
. ISBN 3782903986

2465. Schocken, Salman. Important Hebrew books from the library of the late Salman Schocken. Monday 6th December 1993. London: Sotheby's, 1993, 101pp., large red PAPERBACK, corners worn. Auction catalog, 268 items, illustrated, $30

7550. Scholem, Gershom, 1897-1982. Judaica II. Fr/M: Suhrkamp, 1970, Erste Auflage, 226pp., very good small blue hardcover, Pappband, previous owner's name, $25
On the myth of Jewish-German conversation, on Israel and the diaspora, the Golem of Prague, S. J. Agnon, Martin Buber on judaism, Walter Benjamin.

34177. Scholem, Gershom G., ed.. Zohar. The Book of Splendor. Selected and Edited by Gershom G. Scholem. New York: Schocken Books, 1974, 7th printing, 125pp., PAPERBACK, very good used copy, small 3cm tear along edge of rear cover along top of spine, previous owner's name, $7
Cover design by Janet Halverson, Wood engravings by Hans Burgkmair. . ISBN 0805200452

3273. Schulman, Elias. A history of Jewish education in the Soviet Union. New York: Ktav Pub. House, 1971, viii, 184pp. 24 cm., good red cloth, foxing on top foredge, cover scratched, $12
With chapters on Yiddish schools, their theoretical basis, history, and fate during the revolution, under Bolshevism, their decline, and the "final liquidation" of the schools in World War II. ISBN 0870681451

7294. Schwab, Hermann. A World in Ruins. History, Life and Work of German Jewry. Translated by Charles Fullman. Leipzig: Edward Goldston, 1946, 315pp., very good blue cloth, $30

27757. Schwartz, Sheila, ed.. Danzig 1939, treasures of a destroyed community. Detroit : Published by Wayne State University Press for the Jewish Museum, New York, 1980, 141pp., large PAPERBACK, good usable copy but lower right corner pages and rear cover are wavy, reading copy, previous owner's name, $7.5
Preface by Joy Ungerleider-Mayerson ; essays, by Günter Grass, Gershon Bacon, Joseph Gutmann, Elizabeth Cats. Catalogue by Vivian B. Mann, Joseph Gutmann. Exhibition of ceremonial objects removed from Danzig in 1939 and now housed in the Jewish Museum. ISBN 081431662X

30636. Selig, Harris L.. Links to eternity : Jewish holidays and festivals. Homiletical essays. New York : Bloch Publishing Company, 5717, 1957, 389pp., very good blue cloth, simple typed bookplate label reads: Gift of Foster Foundation, Leominster, Massachusetts, INSCRIBED : With best wishes / Harris L. Selig. $17
Chapters on: Rosh Hashana, Shabbath Shuvah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Shabbath Chol Hamoed Sukkot, Hoshana Rabbah, Shmini Atzeret and Simhat Torah, Hunakah, Purim, Parshath Shekalim, Parshath Zachor, Parshath Parah, Parshath Hachodesh, Shabbath Hagadol, Passover, Shabbath Chol Hamoed Pesach, Last Days of Passover, Shavuot.

17895. Shaked, Gershon, 1929-. The shadows within: essays on modern Jewish writers. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1987, stated First Edition, xii, 198pp., very good dust-jacket, very good cloth, $17
Kafka, Wassermann, Zweig-Roth correspondence, German-Jewish and American Jewish literature, Israeli Culture, Hebrew Literature, Bialik, Agnon, Saul Friedländer. ISBN 0827602952

30810. Cohen, Burton I. / Shapiro, Alexander M.. Studies in Jewish education and Judaica in honor of Louis Newman = [Li-lemod ule-lamed]. Edited by Alexander M. Shapiro and Burton I. Cohen. New York : Ktav Publishing House, 1984, xiii, 219pp., dust-jacket with small chip at bottom of front panel, very good blue cloth, $15
In English; one article in Hebrew. Essays by Alexander M. Shapiro, Mordecai Newman, Shuly Rubin Schwartz, Burton I. Cohen, Steven C. Lorch, Saul P. Wachs, Daniel J. Margolis, Sheldon A. Dorph, Joseph Lukinsky, Arthur S. Elstein, David L. Lieber, Nahum M. Sarna, Nahum M. Waldman, Jeffrey H. Tigay, Moshe Greenberg. ISBN 0881250384

23033. Shapiro, Alexander. A People Reborn. A Personal Journal of Three Pilgrimages to the State of Israel. Translated and edited by Nahum Guttman. New York: National Committee for Labor Israel, 1959, 293pp., very good hardcover, $15
Visits in 1949, 1951, 1953. Additional material: David Pinski: "When Americans visit Israel.".

25355. Shepherd, Naomi. Teddy Kollek, mayor of Jerusalem. New York : Harper & Row, 1988, stated First U.S. Edition, xi, 175pp., very good dust-jacket, very good black cloth, $15
With a section of photos. ISBN 0060390840

4525. Silver, Abba Hillel. The World Crisis and Jewish Survival: A Group of Essays. New York: Richard R. Smith, 1941, 221pp., dust-jacket, blue cloth, SIGNED by Abba Hillel Silver. $35

33468. Singer, Isaac Bashevis, 1904-1991. The Manor. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1967, later printing, 442pp., dust-jacket worn around edges, very good red cloth, light wear, $7

33513. Singer, Isaac Bashevis, 1904-1991. The collected stories of Isaac Bashevis Singer. New York : Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1982, later printing, viii, 610pp., dust-jacket worn and frayed around edges, very good green cloth, $6
Probably a book club issue as there is a publisher's square indentation on the corner of the rear cover. ISBN 0374126313

20513. Sinsheimer, Hermann, 1883-1950. Shylock, the history of a character. Foreword by John Middleton Murry. New York, Benjamin Blom, 1963, reprinted, 146pp., very good sewn paper wraps, rear cover a bit scuffed, $15
Prometheus Book Club Edition.

28123. Smith, Anna Deavere. Fires in the mirror : Crown Heights, Brooklyn, and other identities. With a foreword by Cornel West. New York : Anchor Books/Doubleday, 1993, stated first Anchor books edition, lx, 141pp., PAPERBACK, very good, slight wear, illustrated throughout, $5
Artistic exploration of Black-Jewish conflict in Brooklyn, 1991. ISBN 0385470142

22796. Stein, Edith, 1891-1942. Life in a Jewish Family, 1891-1916. An Autobiography. Translated by Josephine Koeppel, O.C.D.. Washington: ICS Publications, 1986, 548pp., PAPERBACK, very good, slight wear, ink notation on rear page, $12
Collected Works of Edith Stein, volume 1. ISBN 0935216049

12642. Steinberg, Milton, 1903-1950. A partisan guide to the Jewish problem. Indianapolis, New York, The Bobbs-Merrill Company [1945], later printing, 308pp. 22 cm, dust-jacket worn around edges with a few minor tears, very good red cloth, some foxing, $12

2371. Steiner, M. J.. Inside Pan-Arabia. Chicago: Packard & Co. Hendricks House, 1947, xv, 237 p. map, 22 cm., worn dust-jacket with a few tears, very good tan cloth, foxing to endpapers, previous owner's name, $12
The Jewish-Arab problem. A study of "Arabian civilization." "Selected bibliography": p. 219-223. "In addition to this book, Dr. Steiner has also written various articles and essays in English, Hebrew, Polish and German.".

22404. Steinmetz, Sol. Yiddish and English: a century of Yiddish in America. University, Ala.: University of Alabama Press, 1986, x, 172pp. 23 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good blue cloth, previous owner's name, $10
Includes a Yiddish-English glossary. Much on the influence of Yiddish on english and struggles over inclusion of modern english words in Yiddish. ISBN 0817302581

31618. Stow, Kenneth R.. The "1007 anonymous" and papal sovereignty : Jewish perceptions of the Papacy and papal policy in the High Middle Ages. Cincinnati : Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion, 1984, 89pp., very good brown cloth, $15
Hebrew Union College annual supplements, no. 4. ISBN 0878206035

9827. Sugrue, Thomas. Watch for the morning. The story of Palestine's Jewish pioneers and their battle for the birth of Israel. New York: Harper, 1950, stated First Edition, xiii, 304pp. maps. 22 cm., dust-jacket worn around edges with a few minor tears, very good dark blue cloth, $20

20661. Talmon, J. L.. Israel among the nations. New York, Macmillan, 1971, stated First American edition, 199pp. 21 cm, very good dust-jacket, small tear at top of spine, very good blue cloth, minor coffee stains on four pages, $11
Jews between Revolution and Counter-Revolution - Types of Jewish Self-Awareness: Herzl's 'Jewish State' after Seventy Years - Israel Among the Nations: The Six Day War in Historical Perspective.

14430. Talmon, Yonina, 1923-1966. Family and community in the kibbutz. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1972, xiii, 266pp. 24 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good red cloth, INSCRIBED by the author's husband, Shemaryahu Talmon, to Kurt [H. Wolff and his wife]. $65
Introduction by S. N. Eisenstadt: "a landmark in development of the sociological study of the kibbutz movement". The author was a native of Petah Tikva, in Palestine. Wrote a dissertation under Martin Buber entitled "Mythical and Historical Time in Primitive and Archaic Societies.". ISBN 0674292758

20660. Talmon, J. L.. Israel among the nations. New York, Macmilla, 1971, stated First American edition, 199pp. 21 cm, good, complete dust-jacket, but with tape repair, very good blue cloth, $12
Jews between Revolution and Counter-Revolution - Types of Jewish Self-Awareness: Herzl's 'Jewish State' after Seventy Years - Israel Among the Nations: The Six Day War in Historical Perspective.

20342. Thorbecke, Ellen. Promised land. Described and photographed by Ellen Thorbecke. Introduction by W.J.R. Thorbecke, cover, diagrams and sketches designed by I. David. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1947, probably a later printing, 171pp., very good illustrated paper covered boards with spiral binding, $125
A fascinating book production, with graphic presentation of data, drawings, sketches, calligraphy, maps, photographs. Reminiscent of European book design of the 1930s, experimenting with methods of bringing information to wider audiences through design as well as text.

33566. Twersky, Isadore, ed.. Danzig, between East and West : aspects of modern Jewish history. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University, Center for Jewish Studies and the Harvard Semitic Museum : Distributed by Harvard University Press, 1985, xviii, 172pp., sewn PAPERBACK, good used copy, top corner bumped, old price in ink on rear cover, $12
Harvard Judaic texts and studies, 4. CONTENTS: Israel Bartal, The image of Germany and German Jewry in East European Jewish society during the 19th century - Yerachmiel Cohen, Problems of Western European Jews in the 20th century - Jacob Katz, From ghetto to zionism, mutual influences of East and West - Sid Z. Leiman, R. Israel Lipschutz and the portrait of Moses controversy - Michael A. Meyer, The German model of religious reform and Russian Jewry - Siegbert Prawer, The death of Sigismund Markus - Moshe J. Rosman, Polish Jews in the Gdansk trade in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. ISBN 0674192567

2363. Udin, Sophie, ed.. The Palestine year book. Edited by Sophie Udin. Washington, D.C.: Zionist Organization of America, 1945, 531pp., fair ex-library copy with stamps and markings. One volume only, $15
Map of Palestine in rear pocket. One volume only of the three published [Vol. 1 (July 1944 to July 1945)-v. 3 (Sept. 26, 1946 to Sept. 15,1947)]. Issued by the Zionist Organization of America and the Palestine Foundation Fund. Edited by Sophie A. Udin.

3262. Udin, Sophie A., ed.. Palestine and Zionism. A Three Year Cumulation Jan. 1946 - Dec. 1948. An Author and Subject Index to Books, Pamphlets and Periodicals. New York: New York: Zionist Archives and Library of Palestine Foundation Fund, 1949, 469pp., very good large blue cloth, $25
A Periodical Index.

9097. Union O.S.E.. Mélanges dediés au dr B.A. Tschlenoff à l'occasion de son 80-e anniversaire. Geneva: Imprimerie Dr. J. Weiss, 1947, 224pp. illus., ports. 23 cm., very good yellow paper wraps, some edgewear, $25
Tschlenoff, Boris Arkadievitch, b. 1864. Ukraine . Chapters by 6 different authors on Jewish demographics and WWII, deportees (E. Minkowski), Portugal, Jewish child victims in the war. Union O.S.E.

30758. Vermes, Pamela. Buber. London : Halban, 1988, xi, 116pp., small PAPERBACK, very good, $6
TEXT IN ENGLISH. Author was Literary editor of the Journal of Jewish Studies. ISBN 187001507X

30801. Waagenaar, Sam. The Pope’s Jews. LaSalle, Illinois: Oopen Court / A Library Press Book, 1974, xiv, 487pp., worn and scuffed dust-jacket, very good purple cloth, light wear, $9
Jacket design by Bud Edmundson. A history of the Jews of Rome. ISBN 0912050497

31675. Walfish, Barry, ed.. Jewish History Vol. 6, Nos. 1-2. The Frank Talmage Memorial Volume II. Haifa: Haifa University Press / University Press of New England, 1992, 316pp., PAPERBACK, very good, $45

16740. Wechter, Pinchas, 1900-1952. Ibn Barun's Arabic works on Hebrew grammar and lexicography. Philadelphia: Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning, 1964., xvi, 235pp. 23 cm., sewn PAPERBACK, very good, $12

29024. Weinberg, Henry H., 1935-. The myth of the Jew in France, 1967-1982. With a preface by Robert Wistrich. Oakville ; New York : Mosaic Press, 1987, xv, 181pp., PAPERBACK, very good, slight wear, $9.5
Pierre Aubery praised the rich documentation of the book, its fluid novelistic style, and its discussion of antisemitism in France, on the left and right; along with some criticism of Weinberg's tendency to confuse comments on Israeli politics with antisemitism. To some degree, however, the point is that anti-zionism serves as a mask for anti-semitism. Julien Bauer asks how then it has been possible for Jewish candidates to be elected by general populations in France: how has French antisemitism been incapable of preventing this? (Bauer, CJPS, 1989). ISBN 0889623546

20924. Weiss-Rosmarin, Trude, 1908-. Judaism and Christianity: the differences. New York: Jonathan David, 1965, 5th printing, 158pp., sewn PAPERBACK, good sewn paper wraps, pencil notations or underlining on about 10 pages, previous owner's name, $7.5
First published in 1943.

17173. Wenkart, Henny, ed.. Sarah's daughters sing: a sampler of poems by Jewish women / prepared by the Poetry Project of the Jewish Women's Resource Center, a project of National Council of Jewish Women, New York Section. Edited by Henny Wenkart. Hoboken, N.J.: KTAV Pub. House, 1990, xxiii, 264pp. : ill. . 23 cm, very good dust-jacket, very good cloth, but first blank page cut out, $13

31627. Westheimer, Ruth K., 1928-. Surviving salvation : the Ethiopian Jewish family in transition. With Steven Kaplan. New York : New York University Press, 1992, 1st printing, xiv, 148pp., very good dust-jacket, very good white cloth, $13
Inspired by the PBS Special. ISBN 0814792537

17382. Whitfield, Stephen J., 1942-, ed.. Meditations of a maverick rabbi: selected writings of Albert S. Axelrad: published on the occasion of his 20th anniversary in the rabbinate. Edited by Stephen J. Whitfield . Foreword by Nahum N. Glatzer. Chappaqua, NY: Rossel Books, 1985, xx, 170pp., 23 cm, PAPERBACK, very good, $9
Axelrad: peace and civil rights activist, formerly at Brandeis. ISBN 0940646129

17201. Wilstein Institute. At the crossroads: shaping our Jewish future: essays on the future of the American Jewish community. [Boston]: Wilstein Institute of Jewish Policy Studies, 1995, 130 p, PAPERBACK, very good, $7
Susan and David Wilstein Institute of Jewish Policy Studies (University of Judaism).

27968. Wolf, Horace J., (subject). In Memoriam Horace J. Wolf. Rabbi of Temple B'rith Kodesh and Citizen of Rochester, New York. 1885-1927. Rochester, NY: Leo Hart Co., Printers, 1927, 46pp., very good green cloth, $25
Privately printed, with tributes from the funeral 1927. Contributors include: S. J. Appelbaum, Rabbi Philip Bernstein, Benjamin Goldstein, Algernon Crapsey.

30763. Wurzburger, Walter, ed.. Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought. Volume 11, no. 1, Spring 1970. New York: Rabbincal Council of America, 1970, 112pp., PAPERBACK, very good but with mild fold mark across front cover, $12
Contains interesting review essay by Edith Wyschgorod of Alfred Jospe ed., Moses Mendelsohn, Jerusalem and other Jewish Writings (101-106). Essay contributions by: Sidney B. Hoenig, The Sicarii in Masada - Shubert Spero on Masada - Isaac Boaz Gottlieb, Scientific Method and Biblical Study - Monford Harris, Not one Not Two Not Three - Joseph Grunblatt, Jewish Perspectives on Campus Unrest - C. J. Henoch, The Religious Thought of Nachmanides - J. David Bleich.

14714. Yerushalmi, Yosef Hayim, 1932-. The Lisbon massacre of 1506 and the royal image in the Shebet Yehudah. Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, 1976, xiii, 91pp. : facsims.. 24 cm, very good brown cloth, $35
Hebrew Union College annual. Supplements. no. 1 Appendices (p. 69-91): A. The German accounts. -- B. The Portugese documents.

33144. Yudkin, Marcia, ed.. Foreign Correspondent. George Yudkin's Letters From Israel 1979-1981. Boston: Marcia Yudkin, 1993, 154pp., PAPERBACK, very good, INSCRIBED on title page: In loving and lasting tribute to George / Florence [=wife of George Yudkin]. $75
George Yudkin retired from his law practice in Connecticut in 1979 and moved with his wife to Israel. These are some of his letters back to friends at home "full of wry anecdotes and observations about the daily tribulations and unique fulfillments of living in Israel.".

17516. Zamir, Aviva. Mothers and daughters: interviews with kibbutz women. Edited with the assistance of Cindy Cohen. Norwood, PA: Norwood Editions, 1986, xv, 178pp., 26 cm, very good large black cloth, $36
Kibbutz studies book series, vol. 12.

16479. Zeitlin, Solomon, 1886-1976. The history of the second Jewish commonwealth. Prolegomena. Philadelphia, The Dropsie college for Hebrew and cognate learning, 1933., xii, 78pp. 24 cm., very good brown cloth, INSCRIBED "With the compliments of the author" and with Zeitlin's visiting card laid in. $59

21623. Zeitlin, Joseph, 1906-. Disciples of the wise. The religious and social opinions of American rabbis. New York, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1947, 2d printing, 4pp., xi-xiiipp., 1 ., 233pp. incl. tables. 24 cm, very good blue cloth, $15
Contributions to education, no. 908.

22360. Zhitlowsky, Jaime. Ensayos sobre la nacionalidad Judia. Traduccion del idisch y prologo de Salomon Resnick. Buenos Aires: Ediciones de la F.I.C.H.A., 1931, 196pp., PAPERBACK, very good sewn paper wraps, $35
De la teoria de la nacionalidad - Religion y nacion - Nacionalidad y progreso - Moises Hess, el filosofo, el socialista, el judio - Nacionalismo antiguo y moderno - Cultura "propia" y "ajena" - Nacionalismo progresista ye reaccionario - Genios judios - Max Nordau y el sionismo politico - Job, poema del libre pensamiento judio.

31673. Zinberg, Israel, 1873-1938. A History of Jewish Literature. Volume XI. The Haskalah Movement in Russia. Translated and edited by Bernard Martin. Cincinnati : Hebrew Union College Press, NY: Ktav, 1978, 1978, xxi, 227pp., very good dust-jacket, very good white cloth, previous owner's name, $25
Volume 11 of the 12-volume translation of Zinberg's history, first published in 8 volumes in Vilna 1929-1937 in Yiddish. ISBN 0870684922

31791. Zinberg, Israel, 1873-1938. A History of Jewish Literature. Volume XII. Haskalah at its Zenith. Translated and edited by Bernard Martin. Cincinnati : Hebrew Union College Press, NY: Ktav, 1978, xxiii, 261pp., very good dust-jacket, very good white cloth, previous owner's name, $25
Volume 12 of the 12-volume translation of Zinberg's history, first published in 8 volumes in Vilna 1929-1937 in Yiddish. The amazing story of the loss and rediscovery of the manuscript of this last volume is told in the introduction.