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J EWI SH BOOK ANNUAL
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L
e s l a u
, W
o l f
.
Falasha anthology. Translated from Ethiopic sources with an
introduction. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1951. 222 p.
A study of the Falasha Jews of Abyssinia and an English translation of
some of their folklore and prayers.
L
e v it a n
, T
in a
.
The Firsts of American Jewish history. New York, Charuth
Press, 1952. 172 p.
An illustrated account of “firsts” in the history of the Jews in the United
States.
L
ic h t e n f e l d
, J
u l iu s
.
A pharmacist’s memoirs: fifty years of Ukrainczk’s Brighton
pharmacy. New York, Exposition Press, 1952. 108 p.
The experiences of a Jewish pharmacist who practiced in the Brighton
Beach section of Brooklyn.
L
o e w e n s t e in
, R
u dol ph
M. Christians and Jews: a psychoanalytic study. New
York, International Universities Press, 1951. 224 p.
A study of neurosis in relation to modern knowledge of group psychology.
M
a ch t
, D
a v id
.
The heart and the blood in the Bible. Baltimore, 1951. 79 p.
An attempt to explain the causes of the death of several individuals in the
Bible.
M
ac
I
v e r
, R
o b er t
M .
Report on the Jewish community relations agencies.
New York, National Community Relations Advisory Council, 1951. 261 p.
A survey of the national Jewish organizations and their programs with
statements of views of the participating agencies and the statement adopted
by NCRAC.
M
ackay
, A
la sta ir
I. Farming and gardening in the Bible. Emmans, Pa., Rodale
Press, 1951. 280 p.
Biblical references to agriculture and plant life collected and analyzed
M
a g n in
, E
dgar
F. How to live a rich and fuller life. New York, Prentice-Hall,
1951. 186 p.
Popular spiritual essays by a well known rabbi and communal leader.
M
a im o n id e s
, M
o s e s
.
The Code of Maimonides: book twelve, the book of acquisi-
tion. Translated by Isaac Klein. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1951.
335 p.
This volume of Jewish law covers the law of sales, gifts, neighbors, agents
and partners and the law of slaves.
-------- . Epistle to Yemen. Iggeret Teman. Edited by Abraham S. Halkin.
Translated by Boaz Cohen. New York, American Academy for Jewish
Research, 1952. 131 p.
The responsum of Maimonides in the Arabic original and the three Hebrew
versions edited from manuscripts.
M
arc u s
, J
acob
R
a d e r
.
Early American Jewry: v. 1. The Jews of New York,
New England and Canada, 1649-1749. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication
Society, 1951. 301 p.
The story of the earliest Jewish settlers and pioneers based on letters as well
as documentary sources.
M
argolis
, M
ax
L
eopold
. Max Leopold Margolis: scholar and teacher (a memor-
ial). Philadelphia, Dropsie College Alumni Association,
1952. 124
p.
The contribution of Prof. Margolis to biblical research and Septuagint
studies together with a bibliography of his writings prepared by his former
students.
M
arq uard t
, M
a r t h a
.
Paul Ehrlich. New York, Henry Schuman, 1951. 255 p.
A new biography of the famous Jewish physician and scientist.
M
eadow s
, L
eon
R. Moses and other biblical poems. New York, Exposition
Press, 1952. 64 p.
M
en d e l so h n
,
S.
F
e l ix
.
The merry heart: wit and wisdom from Jewish folklore.
New York, Bookman, 1951. 260 p.
An anthology of Jewish humor for the American reader.
M
ontgom ery
, J
am es
A
lan
.
The Books of Kings. New York, Scribner, 1952.
575 p.
The latest volume in the series of the International Critical Commentary
contains a full bibliography. Edited by Henry S. Gehman.