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This key may be considered a virtual bibliography for it includes all the unpublished records, documents, source collections, and works to which my notes refer with some frequency. Omitted here are works and manuscripts cited only once. All term papers unless otherwise marked are in the AJAr.

Abrahams, Hebraic Bookland

Israel Abrahams, By-Paths in Hebraic Bookland (Phila., 1920).


Appleton’s Cyclopaedia of American Biography.

ADL Story

The ADL Story, etc. (pamphlet, n.p., n.d.), copy in Marcus Collections.

Adler, Creed and Deed

Felix Adler, Creed and Deed (N.Y., 1877).

Adler, I Have Considered the Days

Cyrus Adler, I Have Considered the Days (Phila., 1941).

Adler, Jacob H. Schiff

Cyrus, Adler, Jacob H. Schiff: His Life and Letters (2 vols., Garden City, N.Y., 1928).

Adler, JTS Semi-Centennial Volume

Cyrus Adler (ed.), The Jewish Theological Seminary of America Semi-Centennial Volume (N.Y., 1939).

Adler, Kansas City

Frank J. Adler, Roots in a Moving Stream: The Centennial History of Congregation B’nai Jehudah of Kansas City, 1870-1970 (Kansas City, Mo., 1972).

Adler, Selected Letters

Ira Robinson (ed.), Cyrus Adler Selected Letters (2 vols., Phila., 1985).

Adler & Connolly, Buffalo

Selig Adler and Thomas E. Connolly, From Ararat to Suburbia: The History of the Jewish Community of Buffalo (Phila., 1960).

Adolph Huebsch: A Memorial

Rev. Dr. Adolph Huebsch, Late Rabbi of the Ahaweth Chesed Congregation, New York. A Memorial (N.Y., 1885).


The American Hebrew.

Ahlstrom, Relig. Hist. of Am. People

Sidney E. Ahlstrom, A Religious History of the American People (New Haven, 1972).


The American Israelite [until 1874: The Israelite].


American Jewish Archives (publication).


American Jewish Archives (institution), Cincinnati.


American Jewish Historical Quarterly.


American Jewish Historical Society, Waltham, Mass.


American Jewish Year Book.

Allen, “Reform Judaism”

Daniel Allen, “Reform Judaism as Reflected in the Proceedings of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1897-1910” (HUC term paper, n.d.).

American Jews’ Annual

The American Jews’ Annual (Cincinnati, Chicago, and N.Y., 5645-57 A.M. [1884-1897]).

American State Papers (1949)

American State Papers and Related Documents on Freedom in Religion (Washington, D.C., 1949).


The Americana.

Analyticus, Jews Are Like That

Analyticus, Jews Are Like That! (N.Y., 1928).

Annes, “Joseph Krauskopf”

Charles Annes, “The Life and Works of Joseph Krauskopf” (rabbinical thesis, HUC, 1954).

Apple, “Pennsylvania Jewry”

James Apple, “A Study of Pennsylvania Jewry as reflected in the Occident, 1850-1861, inclusive” (HUC term paper, n.d.).


The Asmonean.

Auerbach, “Nebraska”

Ella F. Auerbach, “Jewish Settlement in Nebraska, General Survey” (n.p., n.d.), typescript, copy in Marcus Collections.

Auerback, “San Francisco Jewry”

Norman Auerback, “A Study of San Francisco Jewry as Reflected in The Weekly Gleaner, 1857-1861” (HUC term paper, 1971).


Allgemeine Zeitung des Judenthums.

B. & B., JOUS

Joseph L. Blau and Salo W. Baron (eds.), The Jews of the United States, 1790-1840: A Documentary History (3 vols., N.Y., 1963).

Baltzell, Protestant Establishment

E. Digby Baltzell, The Protestant Establishment (N.Y., 1964).

Bamberger, Judaism

Bernard J. Bamberger, The Story of Judaism (N.Y., 1957).

Baron Festschrift

Joseph L. Blau, et al., Essays on Jewish Life and Thought Presented in Honor of Salo Wittmayer Baron (N.Y., 1959).

Baruch, My Own Story

Bernard M. Baruch, My Own Story (N.Y., 1957).

Baruch, The Public Years

Bernard M. Baruch, The Public Years (N.Y., 1960).


Joseph R. Rosenbloom, A Biographical Dictionary of Early American Jews: Colonial Times through 1800 (Lexington, Ky., 1960).

Beard, Rise of Am. Civilization

Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard, The Rise of American Civilization (2 vols., N.Y., 1927).

Beerman, “Rebecca Gratz”

Leonard I. Beerman, “Rebecca Gratz - An Analysis of the Life and Activity of the Foremost Jewess of the Nineteenth Century as Reflected in Hitherto Unpublished Source Materials” (rabbinical thesis, HUC, 1949).

Beifield, “Founding of UAHC”

Martin P. Beifield, Jr., “The Founding of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations” (HUC term paper, 1969).

Beifield, “Joseph Krauskopf”

Martin P. Beifield, “Joseph Krauskopf, 1887-1903” (rabbinical thesis, HUC, 1975).

Benjamin, Three Years

I. J. Benjamin, Three Years in America, 1859-1862 (2 vols., Phila., 1956).

Bentwich, Solomon Schechter

Norman Bentwich, Solomon Schechter (Phila., 1938).

Berkowitz, Judaism on the Social Question

H. Berkowitz, Judaism on the Social Question (N.Y., 1888).

Berkowitz, The Beloved Rabbi

Max D. Berkowitz, The Beloved Rabbi: An Account of the Life and Works of Henry Berkowitz (N.Y., 1932).

Berkson, Theories of Americanization

Isaac B. Berkson, Theories of Americanization, etc. (N.Y., 1920).

Berman, “Presidencies of Kohler and Schechter”

Howard Allen Berman, “His Majesty’s Loyal Opponents: A Comparative Study of the Presidencies of Kaufmann Kohler and Solomon Schechter” (rabbinical thesis, HUC, 1974).

Berman, Shehitah

Jeremiah J. Berman, Shehitah: A Study in the Cultural and Social Life of the Jewish People (N.Y., 1941).

Bernheimer, Russian Jew in the U.S.

Charles S. Bernheimer, The Russian Jew in the United States (Phila., 1905).

Besser, “Mercantile Club of Philadelphia”

Saul Besser, “A Study of the Mercantile Club of Philadelphia from 1853-1896” (HUC term paper, 1961).

Beth Ahabah, Richmond

Edward N. Calisch, The Light Burns On: Centennial Anniversary, Beth Ahabah (Richmond, Va., 1941).

Binder, Jewish Music

Abraham W. Binder, The Jewish Music Movement in America (N.Y., 1975).

Biog. Ency. of Ohio

Biographical Encyclopaedia of Ohio of the Nineteenth Century (Cincinnati, 1876).

Biographical Directory of the American Congress

Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-1971 (Washington, D.C., 1971).

Birmingham, “Our Crowd”

Stephen Birmingham, “Our Crowd”: The Great Jewish Families of New York (N.Y., 1967).

Bisgyer, This is B’nai B’rith

Maurice Bisgyer, This is B’nai B’rith: A Book of Facts (Washington, D.C., 1947-48).

Blank, “Programs of Local B’nai B’rith Societies”

William Blank, “The Programs, Activities, Goals, and Accomplishments of Local B’nai B’rith Societies, etc.” (HUC term paper, 1974).

Blau (ed.), Cornerstones

Joseph L. Blau (ed.), Cornerstones of Religious Freedom in America (Boston, 1950).

Blau, Judaism in America

Joseph L. Blau, Judaism in America: From Curiosity to Third Faith (Chicago, 1976).

Blau, Modern Varieties of Judaism

Joseph L. Blau, Modern Varieties of Judaism (N.Y., 1966).

Bloch, Of Making Many Books

Joshua Bloch, Of Making Many Books, etc. (Phila., 1953).

Bloch Memoirs

Edward Bloch’s memoirs, AJAr.

Blood, Joseph Krauskopf

William W. Blood, Apostle of Reason: A Biography of Joseph Krauskopf (Phila., 1973).

Blum, Baltimore

Isidor Blum, The Jews of Baltimore, etc. (Baltimore, 1910).

Bob, “San Francisco”

Steven Bob, “The Jews of San Francisco” (HUC term paper, 1974).

Bogen, Jewish Philanthropy

Boris D. Bogen, Jewish Philanthropy, etc. (N.Y., 1917).

Brandes & Douglas, Immigrants to Freedom

Joseph Brandes and Martin Douglas, Immigrants to Freedom: Jewish Communities in Rural New Jersey since 1882 (Phila., 1971).

Breck, Colorado

Allen duPont Breck, The Centennial History of the Jews of Colorado, 1859-1959 (Denver, 1960).

Brener, Lancaster

David Brener, The Jews of Lancaster, Pennsylvania: A Story With Two Beginnings (Lancaster, Pa., 1979).

Brickner, “Jew. Com. of Cin.”

Barrett R. Brickner, “Jewish Community of Cincinnati: Historical and Descriptive, 1817-1933” (Ph.D. diss., University of Cincinnati, 1933).

Brief, “Jewish Chautauqua Society”

Neil Brief, “A Short History of the Jewish Chautauqua Society of America (1893-1960)” (HUC term paper, n.d.).

Brown, “Day-to-Day Activities of a Jewish Fraternity”

Jonathan M. Brown, “The Day-to-Day Activities of a Jewish Fraternity as Reflected in the Minute Books of several B’nai B’rith Lodges, 1870-1890” (HUC term paper, 1964).

Brownstein, “Philadelphia”

Marc Brownstein, “Jewish Life in Philadelphia as reflected in the Jewish Exponent, October 1888 - December 1892” (HUC term paper, n.d.).

Burder, History of All Religions

William Burder, A History of All Religions, etc. (Phila., 1872).

By Myself I’m A Book

By Myself I’m A Book! An Oral History of the Immigrant Jewish Experience in Pittsburgh (NCJW, Waltham, Mass., 1972).

Byars, B. and M. Gratz

William Vincent Byars, B. and M. Gratz: Merchants in Philadelphia, etc., 1754-1798 (Jefferson City, Mo., 1916).

Cahn, Baltimore

Louis F. Cahn, The History of Oheb Shalom, 1853-1953 (Baltimore, 1953).

Carter, Jews in Early Utah

Kate B. Carter, Jews in Early Utah (Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Lesson for April, n.p., 1952).

Caughey, California

John Walton Caughey, California (N.Y., 1953).

CCAR Journal

Central Conference of American Rabbis Journal.


Central Conference of American Rabbis Yearbook.

Changing Patterns

Dixon Wecter, et al., Changing Patterns in American Civilization (Phila., 1949).

Chomsky, Hebrew

William Chomsky, Hebrew: The Eternal Language (Phila., 1957).

Chyet, Lives and Voices

Stanley F. Chyet (ed.), Lives and Voices (Phila., 1972).

Cist, Sketches

Charles Cist, Sketches and Statistics of Cincinnati in 1859 (Cincinnati, 1859).

Cleland & Dumke, California

Robert Glass Cleland and Glenn S. Dumke, From Wilderness to Empire: A History of California (N.Y., 1959).

Cleland & Putnam, Isaias W. Hellman

Robert Glass Cleland and Frank B. Putnam, Isaias W. Hellman and the Farmers and Merchants Bank (San Marino, Calif., 1965).

Clothing Workers of Chicago

Leo Woldman (ed.), The Clothing Workers of Chicago, 1910-1922 (Chicago, 1922).

Cogdell, “American Reform Judaism”

Gaston D. Cogdell, “American Reform Judaism as Reflected in the Proceedings of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1898-1903” (HUC term paper, n.d.).

Cohen, American Jewish Committee

Naomi W. Cohen, A History of the American Jewish Committee, 1906-1966 (Phila., 1972).

Cohen, Jews in the Making of America

George Cohen, The Jews in the Making of America (Boston, 1924).

Cohn, Warrant for Genocide

Norman Cohn, Warrant for Genocide, etc. (N.Y., 1969).

Cole, Handbook

Donald B. Cole, Handbook of American History (N.Y., 1968).

Cole, Irrepressible Conflict

Arthur Charles Cole, The Irrepressible Conflict, 1850-1865 (N.Y., 1934).

Coleman, Jew in English Drama

Edward D. Coleman (comp.), The Jew in English Drama (N.Y., 1943).

Colton, “American Jewry, 1901-1910”

Lawrence M. Colton, “American Jewry From the Vantage Point of the London Jewish Chronicle for the Years 1901-1910” (HUC term paper, 1965).

Commager, American Mind

Henry Steele Commager, The American Mind: An Interpretation of American Thought and Character Since the 1880’s (New Haven, 1950).

Commager (ed.), Living Ideas

Henry Steele Commager (ed.), Living Ideas in America (N.Y., 1951).

Coney Island and the Jews

Coney Island and the Jews (N.Y.?, 1879?).

Congress Weekly

Congress Weekly: A Review of Jewish Interests.

Constitution of Cincinnati Phoenix Club

Constitution und Neben-Gesetze der Gesellschaft Phoenix (Cincinnati, 1873).

Constitution of Phoenix Club of Detroit

Constitution and By-Laws of the Phoenix Social Club of Detroit (Detroit, 1884).

Constitution of the Jewish Hospital Association of Philadelphia

Constitution and By-Laws of the Jewish Hospital Association of Philadelphia (Phila., 1866).

Corning, Dict. of Oregon History

Howard McKinley Corning, Dictionary of Oregon History, etc. (Portland, Or., 1956).

Cowen, Memories of an American Jew

Philip Cowen, Memories of an American Jew (N.Y., 1932).

Cubberley, Public Education

Elwood P. Cubberley, Public Education in the United States (rev. ed., Cambridge, Mass., 1947).

Cunz, The Maryland Germans

Dieter Cunz, The Maryland Germans: A History (Princeton, N.J., 1948).

Curti et al., American History

Merle Curti et al., An American History (2 vols., N.Y., 1950).

Curti, American Thought

Merle Curti, The Growth of American Thought (N.Y., 1943).


Dictionary of American Biography.

DAH (1942)

Dictionary of American History (N.Y., 1942).

Dana, Beth Israel Hospital

Herman Dana, The Early Days of Beth Israel Hospital, 1911-1920 (privately printed, n.p., 1950).

Davis, Conservative Judaism

Moshe Davis, The Emergence of Conservative Judaism: The Historical School in 19th Century America (Phila., 1963).

Davis, “History of Jew. Center Movement”

Maurice Davis, “A History of the Jewish Center Movement in America” (rabbinical thesis, HUC, 1949).

Davis, Rodeph Shalom

Edward Davis, The History of Rodeph Shalom Congregation, 1802-1926 (Phila., 1926).

Davis & Meyer, American Jewish History

Moshe Davis and Isidore S. Meyer, The Writing of American Jewish History (N.Y., 1957).


Die Deborah.

Dedication of the Jewish Hospital of Philadelphia

Dedication of the Jewish Hospital of Philadelphia, Tuesday, May 28, 1867 (Phila., 1867).

De Haas, Louis D. Brandeis

Jacob De Haas, Louis D. Brandeis (N.Y., 1929).

Deutsch-Amerikanisches Conversations-Lexicon

Alexander J. Schem, Deutsch-Amerikanisches Conservations-Lexicon, u.s.w. (11 vols., N.Y., 1869-74).

Dilliard, Mr. Justice Brandeis

Irving Dilliard (ed.), Mr. Justice Brandeis (St. Louis, 1941).

Dinnerstein, Antisemitism in the U.S.

Leonard Dinnerstein (ed.), Antisemitism in the United States (N.Y., 1971).

Dinnerstein, Leo Frank Case

Leonard Dinnerstein, The Leo Frank Case (N.Y., 1968).

Drachman, Neo-Hebraic Literature

Bernard Drachman, Neo-Hebraic Literature in America (N.Y., 1901?).

Drachman, The Unfailing Light

Bernard Drachman, The Unfailing Light (N.Y., 1948).

Dushkin, Jew. Ed. in NYC

Alexander M. Dushkin, Jewish Education in New York City (N.Y., 1918).

E. & L., Richmond

Herbert T. Ezekiel and Gaston Lichtenstein, The History of the Jews of Richmond from 1769 to 1917 (Richmond, Va., 1917).


Richard B. Morris (ed.), Encyclopedia of American History (N.Y., 1953).

Eaton, An Hour With the American Hebrew

Herbert N. Eaton, An Hour With the American Hebrew, etc. (N.Y., 1879).

Edidin, Jewish Community

Ben M. Edidin, Jewish Community Life in America (N.Y., 1947).

Ehrenfried, Boston

Albert Ehrenfried, A Chronicle of Boston Jewry: From the Colonial Settlement to 1900 (Sherman Oaks, Ca., 1963).


Essays in American Jewish History, etc. (Cincinnati, 1958).

Eichhorn, “Christianizing America’s Jews”

David Max Eichhorn, “Christianizing America’s Jews” (typescript, 2 vols., 1938), copy in Marcus Collections.

Eichhorn, “Creedal Formulations”

Jonathan Eichhorn, “Attempts at Creedal Formulations in American Reform Judaism” (rabbinical thesis, HUC, 1962).

Eichhorn, Evangelizing

David Max Eichhorn, Evangelizing the American Jew (Middle Village, N.Y., 1978).

Einhorn Memorial Volume

Kaufmann Kohler (ed.), David Einhorn Memorial Volume, etc. (N.Y., 1911).

Eisenberg, Eyewitnesses to American Jewish History

Azriel Eisenberg (ed.), Eyewitnesses to American Jewish History: Part IV, The American Jew (N.Y., 1982).

Eisenberg, et al., Eyewitnesses to Jewish History

Azriel Eisenberg, et al., Eyewitnesses to Jewish History from 586 B.C.E. to 1967 (N.Y., 1973).

Eisenstadt, Hakme Yisrael be-Amerika

Ben Zion Eisenstadt, Hakme Yisrael be-Amerika (Yiddish, N.Y., 1903).

Eisenstein, Zikhronothai

Judah David Eisenstein, Ozar Zikhronothai: Autobiography and Memoirs (Yiddish, N.Y., 1929).


Encyclopaedia Judaica.

Elbogen, Cent. of Jewish Life

Ismar Elbogen, A Century of Jewish Life (Phila., 1944).

Eliassof, German-American Jews

Herman Eliassof, German-American Jews (Chicago, 1915).

Ellis, Am. Catholicism

John Tracy Ellis, American Catholicism (2nd revised edition, Chicago, 1969).

Elovitz, Birmingham

Mark H. Elovitz, A Century of Jewish Life in Dixie: The Birmingham Experience (Birmingham, 1974).

Elzas, Jews of S.C.

Barnett A. Elzas, The Jews of South Carolina (Phila., 1905).


Moral and Spiritual Foundations for the World of Tomorrow: The Centenary . . . of Congregation Emanu-El, etc. (N.Y., 1945).

Enelow (ed.), Yahvism and Other Discourses

H.G. Enelow (ed.), Yahvism and Other Discourses by the Late Rabbi Adolph Moses (Louisville, 1903).


Encyclopedia of Zionism and Israel.

Erie Temple

The Temple. . . Erie, Pennsylvania, etc. (Erie, Pa., 1930).


Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences (N.Y., 1949).

Essex Story

The Essex Story: A History of the Jewish Community in Essex County, New Jersey (Newark, 1955).

Everybody’s Business

Everybody’s Business: The Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland, 50th Anniversary Issue, November 1953, pp.5 ff., copy in Marcus Collections.

Facts About Fictions

Facts About Fictions Concerning the Jew (Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, Chicago, n.d.).

Faulkner, Social Justice

Harold Underwood Faulkner, The Quest for Social Justice, 1898-1914 (N.Y., 1931).

Faust, German Element

Albert Bernhardt Faust, The German Element in the United States (2 vols., N.Y., 1927).

Feibelman, New Orleans

Julian B. Feibelman, A Social and Economic Study of the New Orleans Jewish Community (Phila., 1941).

Fein, Baltimore

Isaac M. Fein, The Making of an American Jewish Community: The History of Baltimore Jewry from 1773 to 1920 (Phila., 1971).

Feingold, Zion in America

Henry L. Feingold, Zion in America (N.Y., 1974).

Feldman, Jew. Experience in Western Pa.

Jacob S. Feldman, The Jewish Experience in Western Pennsylvania: A History, 1755-1945 (Phila., 1968).

Felsenthal, Bernhard Felsenthal

Emma Felsenthal, Bernhard Felsenthal: Teacher in Israel (N.Y., 1924).

Felsenthal, Chicago Sinai Congregation

B. Felsenthal, The Beginnings of the Chicago Sinai Congregation (Chicago, 1898).

Felsenthal, Das Schulwesen

B. Felsenthal, Judisches Schulwesen in Amerika (Chicago, 1866).

Feuer, “Harry Austryn Wolfson”

Lewis S. Feuer, “Recollections of Harry Austryn Wolfson,” MS, Horace Kallen Collection, AJAr.

Fiedler, Jew in the American Novel

Leslie A. Fiedler, The Jew in the American Novel (pamphlet, N.Y., 1959).

Fields, “Cincinnati”

Harvey Fields, “A Description of the Cincinnati Jewish Community from 1895 - 1899, etc.” (HUC term paper, 1961).

Fierman, “Jewish Education”

Floyd Sidney Fierman, “Efforts Toward Reform in American Jewish Education Prior to 1881” (Ph.D. diss., U. of Pittsburgh, 1949).

Fierman, “Religious Factors”

Morton C. Fierman, “Religious Factors in the Literature of Jewish Social Welfare” (rabbinical thesis, HUC, 1941).

Fierman, “Some Higher Educational Efforts”

Floyd Sidney Fierman, “Some Higher Educational Efforts among Jews in America Prior to 1881” (typescript, Pittsburgh, 1949).

Fifty Years of Jewish Philanthropy in Greater Boston, 1895-1945

Fifty Years of Jewish Philanthropy in Greater Boston, 1895-1945 (Boston, 1945).

Fifty Years of Social Service in N.Y.

Fifty Years of Social Service, etc. (N.Y., 1926?).

Fifty Years’ Work of the H.E.S.

Fifty Years’ Work of the Hebrew Education Society of Philadelphia, 1848-1898 (Phila., 1899).

Fink, CCAR on Church and State

Joseph L. Fink, Summary of C.C.A.R. Opinion on Church and State as Embodied in Resolutions Adopted at Conferences Through the Years (CCAR, n.p., 1948).

Finkelstein, The Jews (1949)

Louis Finkelstein (ed.), The Jews: Their History, Culture, and Religion (4 vols., Phila., 1949).

Finkelstein, The Jews (1960)

Louis Finkelstein (ed.), The Jews: Their History, Culture, and Religion (3d ed., 2 vols., N.Y., 1960).

First Annual Report of the U.H.C. of Chicago, 1888-89

First Annual Report of the United Hebrew Charities of Chicago for the Year 1888-89 (Chicago, 1889).

First Fifty Years of the NCJW

The First Fifty Years: A History of the National Council of Jewish Women, 1893-1943 (n.p., 1943).

Fischlowitz, Saint Louis YMHA

Ruth Fischlowitz, The “Y” Story, 1880-1964 (St. Louis?, 1964?).

Fish, Common Man

Carl Russell Fish, The Rise of the Common Man (N.Y., 1927).

Fishberg, The Jews

Maurice Fishberg, The Jews: A Study of Race and Environment (N.Y., 1911).

Fleishaker, “Illinois-Iowa Jewish Community”

Oscar Fleishaker, “The Illinois-Iowa Jewish Community on the Banks of the Mississippi River” (Ph.D. diss., Yeshiva U., 1957).

Folb, “B’nai B’rith”

Howard M. Folb, “Goals, Functions, Ideals and Accomplishments of the B’nai B’rith as Reflected in the Menorah, 1886-1890” (HUC term paper, 1967).

Frank, Nashville

Fedora S. Frank, Five Families and Eight Young Men (Nashville and her Jewry, 1850-1861) (Nashville, 1962).

Frank, Nashville Jewry, 1861-1901

Fedora Small Frank, Beginnings on Market Street (Nashville and her Jewry, 1861-1901) (Nashville, 1976).

Franklin, Beth El

Leo M. Franklin, An Outline History of Congregation Beth El, Detroit, Michigan, etc. (Detroit, 1940).

Fraser, “Sidney Hillman”

Steven Clark Fraser, “Sidney Hillman and the Origins of the ‘New Unionism’, 1890-1933” (Ph.D. diss, Rutgers U., 1983).

Freehling, “Immigration Policy of U.S.”

Allen Isaac Freehling, “The American Jewish Community’s Reaction to the Fluctuating Immigration Policy of the United States Congress” (rabbinical thesis, HUC, 1967).

Freehof & Kavaler, J. Leonard Levy

Solomon B. Freehof and Vigdor W. Kavaler, J. Leonard Levy: Prophetic Voice (n.p., 1970).

Freyer, “Jewish Messenger”

Bruce M. Freyer, “Jewish Religious and Communal Life in America During the Post-Civil War Period, 1866-1870 . . . in the Jewish Messenger” (HUC term paper, 1963).

Friedman, Pilgrims

Lee M. Friedman, Pilgrims in a New Land (Phila., 1948).

Friedman, Pioneers

Lee M. Friedman, Jewish Pioneers and Patriots (Phila., 1942).

Friedman, What is Conservative Judaism

Theodore Friedman, What is Conservative Judaism? (N.Y., n.d.).

Friedman & Gordis, Jewish Life in America

Theodore Friedman and Robert Gordis (eds.), Jewish Life in America (N.Y., 1955).

Fuchs, Political Behavior

Lawrence H. Fuchs, The Political Behavior of American Jews (Glencoe, Ill., 1956).

Furnas, The Americans

J.C. Furnas, The Americans, etc. (N.Y., 1969).

Gabriel, American Democratic Thought

Ralph Henry Gabriel, The Course of American Democratic Thought (N.Y., 1940).

Gan, “Documentary Source Book”

Robert T. Gan, “A Documentary Source Book for Jewish-Christian Relations in the United States, 1865-1914” (rabbinical thesis, HUC, 1967).

Gannes, Central Community Agencies

Abraham P. Gannes, Central Community Agencies for Jewish Education (Phila., 1954).

Gartner, Cleveland

Lloyd P. Gartner, History of the Jews of Cleveland (Cleveland, 1978).

Gartner, Jew. Ed. in U.S.

Lloyd P. Gartner (ed.), Jewish Education in the United States: A Documentary History (N.Y., 1969).

Gaustad, Relig. Hist. of America

Edwin Scott Gaustad, A Religious History of America (N.Y., 1966).

Gershon, “History of Am. Ref. Jud.”

Philip S. Gershon, “A History of American Reform Judaism, 1885-1900” (rabbinical thesis, HUC, 1955).


Georgia Historical Quarterly.

Ginsberg, Jews of Virginia

Louis Ginsberg, Chapters on the Jews of Virginia, 1658-1900 (Petersburg, Va., 1969).

Ginsberg, Petersburg

Louis Ginsberg, History of the Jews of Petersburg, 1789-1950 (Petersburg, Va., 1954).

Glanz, Alaska

Rudolf Glanz, The Jews in American Alaska (1867-1880) (N.Y., 1953).

Glanz, California

Rudolf Glanz, The Jews of California: From the Discovery of Gold until 1880 (N.Y., 1960).

Glanz, Milieu

Rudolf Glanz, Jews in Relation to the Cultural Milieu of the Germans in America up to the Eighteen Eighties (N.Y., 1947).

Glanz, Studies

Rudolf Glanz, Studies in Judaica Americana (N.Y., 1970).

Glanz, The German Jew in America

Rudolf Glanz, The German Jew in America: An Annotated Bibliography, etc. (Cincinnati, 1969).

Glazer, Jews of Iowa

Simon Glazer, The Jews of Iowa, etc. (Des Moines, 1904).

Godchaux, Godchaux Family

Paul L. Godchaux, Jr. (comp.), The Godchaux Family of New Orleans (New Orleans?, 1971).

Goldberg, “Hist. of Am. Jew. Ed.”

Martin L. Goldberg, “History of American Jewish Education, 1840-1860” (M.A. thesis, HUC, 1953).

Goldberg, Major Noah

Isaac Goldberg, Major Noah: American-Jewish Pioneer (Phila., 1936).

Golden, Jewish Roots in the Carolinas

Harry L. Golden, Jewish Roots in the Carolinas (Greensboro, N.C., 1955).

Golden & Rywell, Jews in American History

Harry L. Golden & Martin Rywell, Jews in American History (n.p., 1950).

Goldman, “Conservative Movement”

Harvey S. Goldman, “The Conservative Movement, 1891-1900,” typescript, copy in Marcus Collections.

Goldman, Giants of Faith

Alex J. Goldman, Giants of Faith: Great American Rabbis (N.Y., 1964).

Goldmark, Pilgrims of ‘48

Josephine Goldmark, Pilgrims of ‘48, etc. (New Haven, 1930).

Goldstein, Brandeis University

Israel Goldstein, Brandeis University: Chapter of its Founding (N.Y., 1951).

Goldstein, Cent. of Jud. in NYC

Israel Goldstein, A Century of Judaism in New York: B’nai Jeshurun, 1825-1925, etc. (N.Y., 1930).

Goodhart, Five Jewish Lawyers

Arthur L. Goodhart, Five Jewish Lawyers of the Common Law (London, 1949).

Goodman, Documentary Story

Philip Goodman, A Documentary Story of a Century of the Jewish Community Center, 1854-1954 (N.Y., 1953).

Goodman, Essays on Jewish Booklore

Philip Goodman (ed.), Essays on Jewish Booklore (N.Y., 1942).

Goodman, Essays on Jewish Bookplates

Philip Goodman, Illustrated Essays on Jewish Bookplates (N.Y., 1971).

Gottheil, Gustav Gottheil

R.J.H. Gottheil, The Life of Gustav Gottheil: Memoir of a Priest in Israel (Williamsport, Pa., 1936).

Grad, “Congregation Shaarey Zedek”

Eli Grad, “Congregation Shaarey Zedek, Detroit, Michigan, A Centennial History, 1861-1961” (typescript, n.p., n.d.), Marcus Collections.

Graeber & Britt, Jews in a Gentile World

Isacque Graeber & Steuart Henderson Britt, Jews in a Gentile World: The Problem of Anti-Semitism (N.Y., 1942).

Grayzel, Hist. of Contemporary Jews

Solomon Grayzel, A History of the Contemporary Jews, from 1960 to the Present (Phila., 1960).

Greenberg, Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Rose Greenberg, The Chronicle of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, 1830-1975 (n.p., n.d.).

Greenberg, “Care of Jewish Orphans in New Orleans”

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Greenebaum, “Economic Activity of Cincinnati Jewry”

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Gutstein, Chicago

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Handlin, Adventure in Freedom

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Harmonie Club

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H. E., Leiden

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The San Francisco Hebrew.

Hebrew Standard

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Hecht, Epitome of Post-Biblical History

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Heitman, Historical Register

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Hertz, Education of the Jewish Child

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Herzl Year Book

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Hirsh & Doherty, Mount Sinai Hospital

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Holbern, Modern Germany

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Holde, Jews in Music

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Horwich, My First Eighty Years

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Hower, History of Macy’s

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Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati.

HUC Journal

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Hebrew Union College Annual


Hebrew Union College Library, Cincinnati.

Hudson, Am. Prot.

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Hudson, Religion in America

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Idelsohn, Jewish Music

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Isaac Leeser (1806-1868), rabbi of Congregation Mikveh Israel, Phila., 1829-1851, editor of the Occident, 1843-1868.

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Isaiah Israel, Chicago

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Israelites of Louisiana

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Janowsky, American Jew

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Janowsky, Am. Jew. Reappraisal

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The Jewish Encyclopedia.

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Jew. Com. Reg.

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Jewish Education.

Jew. Rev.

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Jewish Chronicle

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Jewish Life

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Jewish People

The Jewish People: Past and Present (4 vols., N.Y., 1946-1955).

Jewish Post and Opinion

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Jewish Times

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Jewish Tribune

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Jewish Journal of Sociology.


Juedisches Lexikon.


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The Journal of American History.

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Joseph, Baron de Hirsch Fund

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JQR o.s. and n.s.

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Jacob Rader Marcus.


Jewish Social Studies.


Jewish Social Service Quarterly.


Jewish Telegraphic Agency - Daily News Bulletin.


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Judaism at the World’s Parliament of Religions

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JWB Circle

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Kagan, Contributions

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Kahl Montgomery

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Kahn, “Liberalism as Reflected in Jewish Preaching”

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Kaplan, Greater Judaism

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Kaplan Jubilee Volume

Mordecai M. Kaplan Jubilee Volume on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday (N.Y., 1953).

Karff, “Anti-Semitism”

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Karpf, Jewish Community Organizations

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Kaul, Radical Reform Judaism

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Kayserling, Christopher Columbus

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Keller, Chronology

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Kempner, Recalled Recollections

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Keneseth Israel, Philadelphia

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Kiev Festschrift

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Kisch, Czechoslovakia

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Klose, Modern Western Civilization

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Koerner, Das Deutsche Element

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Kohler, Jewish Theology

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Kohler, Living Faith

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Korn, Jews & Negro Slavery

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Laski, American Democracy

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Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Learsi, Jews in America

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Levy, Reform Judaism

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Levy, “Vindiciae Judaeorum”

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Lewis, Chicago

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Lewisohn, Up Stream

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Lipman, “Synagogal Philanthropy”

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Lurie, A Heritage Affirmed

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M. & M., History

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Maline, “Day-to-Day Activities of a Jewish Fraternity”

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Mandel, “New York”

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Marcus, AJW

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Marcus, AJWD

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Marcus, Americanization of Isaac Mayer Wise

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Marcus, CAJ

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Marcus Collections

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Marcus, Communal Sick-Care

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Marcus, EAJ

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Marcus, “Gershom Seixas”

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Marcus, Isaac Mayer Wise and the College He Built

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Marcus, Israel Jacobson

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Marcus, JAL

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Marcus, Jew in the Medieval World

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Marcus, Jewish Americana

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Marcus, Memoirs

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Marcus, Rise and Destiny of the German Jew

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Margolis, Jew. Teacher Training Schools

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Markens, Hebrews

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Marx, Studies in Jewish History

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Mearns, Jewish Background

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Medal of Honor

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Mersand, Traditions in American Literature

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Monatsschrift fuer Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judenthums.

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Midwest Journal

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Minister’s Hand Book

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Morgenstern, As A Mighty Stream

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The Mississippi Valley Historical Review.

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National Archives.


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Edward T. James et al. (eds.), Notable American Women, 1607-1950 (3 vols., Cambridge, Mass., 1971).


The North Carolina Historical Review.

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New York Historical Society, N.Y.


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Palmer, Modern World

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Peskin, Cleveland Judaism

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Philippsborn, Vicksburg

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Philipson, Centenary Papers

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Philipson, Gratz Letters

David Philipson, Letters of Rebecca Gratz (Phila., 1929).

Philipson, Max Lilienthal

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Philipson, My Life

David Philipson, My Life as an American Jew (Cincinnati, 1941).

Philipson, Reform Movement

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Philipson & Grossman, Selected Writings of I.M. Wise

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Pilch, Hist. Jew. Ed.

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Pittsburgh Platform

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Plaut, Reform Judaism

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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography.

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Polier & Wise (eds.), Stephen Wise

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Pollak, Michael Heilprin

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Pollack, Populist Response

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Pope, Cloth. Ind. in NYC

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Postal, This is B’nai B’rith

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Proceedings, JTSA, 1900

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Proceedings of the NCJW, 1896

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Proceedings of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.


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R. & E., Charleston

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The Chicago Reform Advocate.

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Reisen, Leksikon

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Reznikoff, Louis Marshall

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Riis, How the Other Half Lives

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Rhode Island Jewish Historical Notes.

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Rischin, Inventory

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Rosen, “Hebrew Beneficent Society, Cincinnati”

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Rosenberg, Alexandria

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Rosenberg, Rochester

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Rosenthal, Des Moines

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Roth, Bibliotheca

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Rothschild, Atlanta

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Rountree, Strangers in the Land

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Rubenstein, “Dropsie University”

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Rubinger, “Albany Jewry”

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Rudolph, Syracuse

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Runes, Hebrew Impact on Western Civilization

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Russell, Germanic Influence

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Russell, My Diary North and South

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Sachar, Sufferance is the Badge

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Saltzstein, Sinai Hospital, Detroit

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Sangerman, “Jewish Chautauqua Society”

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Sapinsley, “Split Between Reform and Conservative Jewish Movements”

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Sarna, Mordecai Noah

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Schaff, Church and State

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Schappes, JIUS

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Schechter, Seminary Addresses

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Schlesinger, Age of Jackson

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Schlesinger, New Viewpoints

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Schlesinger, Rise of the City

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Schneider, Religion

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Schoener, Portal to America

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Shpall, Louisiana

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Shulman, “Preliminary Studies”

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Silverman, Hartford Jews

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Sitterson, Sugar Country

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Skirball, “Rodeph Shalom”

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Sloan, Jews in America

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Somberg & Roffman, Omaha

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Standard Club of Chicago

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Statistical History of U.S.

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Stealey, 130 Pen Pictures

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Stem, Temple Emanu-El

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Stevens & Glazer, CCAR Resolutions

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Stocker, Jewish Roots in Arizona

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Stokes, Church & State

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Stokes & Pfeffer, Church and State

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Straus, Under Four Administrations

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Suhl, Ernestine Rose

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Sullivan, Our Times

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Swarsensky, Madison

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Sweet, Story of Religion in America

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Swichkow & Gartner, Milwaukee

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Tarbell, Nationalizing of Business

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Tennessee Inventory

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Thompson, Jewish Missions

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Timberlake, Bishop of Broadway

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Uchill, Pioneers

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The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia.

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Urofsky, Mind of One Piece

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Voorsanger, Emanu-El

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W. & W., Philadelphia

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Wallach, “Sinai”

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Watters, Utah

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Wax, Jews of Memphis

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Wechsberg, Merchant Bankers

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Work Projects Administration.


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WWW, 1607-1896

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Yivo Annual of Jewish Social Science.

Yearbook of the Leo Baeck Institute

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Young Israel

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Zarchin, San Francisco

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Zeitschrift fuer die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft.

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