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The tombstone inscriptions on the graves of the Chatham Square Cemetery
of Congregation Shearith Israel with genealogical and biographical accounts
o f the lives of the people buried there.
Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research, v. 21. New York,
Bloch, 1952. 137 p.
Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research, v. 22. New York,
Bloch, 1953. 150 p.
Rabbinical Assembly of America proceedings, v. 15. 51st annual convention,
June 19-June 21, 1951. Kiamesha Lake, N. Y., The Assembly, 1952. 272 p.
Rabbinical Council of America Holiday and Sabbath sermons. Edited by Leon D.
Stitskin. New York, Rabbinical Council Press, 1952. 380 p.
Sermons in English by American orthodox rabbis.
Rabbinical Council Manual of holiday and Sabbath sermons. 5714-1953. Edited
by Solomon J. Sharfman. New York, Rabbinical Council Press, 1953. 429 p.
R a b i n o v i t c h , I s r a e l .
Of Jewish music: ancient and modern. Translated by
A. M. Klein. Montreal, Book Center, 1952. 321 p.
Essays on Jewish music in biblical, talmudic and modern times.
R a i s i n , J a c o b
S. Gentile reactions to Jewish ideals. New York, Philosophical
Library, 1953. 876 p.
R a w i d o w i c z , S im o n ,
ed. Pinkas Chicago. Chicago, College of Jewish Studies,
1952. 320 p.
Studies in Hebrew and English giving a communal record of Jewish life in
Chicago together with a bibliography of Hebrew books and the Jewish press
of Chicago.
R e i c h e r t , I r v i n g F r e d e r i c k .
Judaism and the American Jew: selected sermons
and addresses. San Francisco, Grabhorn Press, 1953. 245 p.
R e i f e n b e r g , A d o l f .
Israel’s history in coins: from the Maccabees to the Roman
conquest. New York, East & West Library, 1953. 46 p.
R e i t l i n g e r , G e r a l d .
The final solution: the attempt to exterminate the Jews
o f
Europe, 1939-1945. New York, Beechhurst, 1953. 622 p.
A full account of Hitler’s plan to destroy the Jewish people reconstructed
from the secret files of the Germans.
R i c h m a n , J a c o b .
Jewish wit and wisdom. New York, Pardes, 1952. 404 p.
A collection of anecdotes and Jewish folklore.
R i e g e r , E l i e z e r .
Modern Hebrew. New York, Philosophical Library, 1953.
156 p.
A method for teaching the Hebrew language.
R i v k i n , E l l i s .
Leon de Modena and the Kol Sakhal. Cincinnati, Hebrew Union
College, 1952. 144 p.
An examination of the tract and its authorship.
R o s e n b a u m , J e a n e t t e
W. Myer Myers, goldsmith: 1723-1795. Philadelphia,
Jewish Publication Society, 1954. 141 p.
An illustrated biography of a Jewish craftsman during the colonial era in
R o s e n b e r g , S t u a r t
E. The Jewish community in Rochester: 1843-1925. New
York, Columbia University Press, 1954. 312 p.
A history of the social, cultural and economic development of a provincial
American community, based on the records of the religious groups.
R o s e n z w e i g , F r a n z .
Understanding the sick and the healthy: a view of world,
man and God. New York, Noonday Press, 1953. 106 p.
An allegory about reason in its relation to the world, man and God.
R o s s e l l , W i l l i a m
H. A handbook of Aramaic magical texts. Ringwood, N. J.,
Shelton College, 1953. 153 p. (Shelton Semitic Series, No. 2)
R o t h , C e c i l .
Benjamin Disraeli: Earl of Beaconsfield. New York, Philosophical
Library, 1952. 172 p.
The Jewish element of Disraeli’s achievements and his interest in the
restoration of the Jewish state in Palestine.
--------- . Personalities and events in Jewish history. Philadelphia, Jewish Publica-
tion Society, 1953. 332 p.
Essays that range over the course of Jewish history and culture, touching
upon many facets of European Jewish life in the past centuries.