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The story of the four American chaplains who were drowned when the
troopship Dorchester was sunk. Rabbi Alexander D. Goode was one.
T i c h y , H e n r i e t t a .
Biblical influences in English literature: a survey of studies.
Ann Arbor, Michigan, Edwards Bros., 1953. 54 p.
A useful bibliographical guide.
T o l b e r t , F r a n k
X. Neiman-Marcus, Texas! New York, Holt, 1953. 180 p.
The story of an American Jewish family and a famous department store.
W a l d m a n , M o r r i s
D. Nor by power. New York, International Universities
Press, 1953. 473 p.
The autobiography of a leading American Jewish social worker who directed
the American Jewish Committee.
W a n e f s k y , D a v i d .
The prophets speak to us anew. New York, Philosophical
Library, 1952. 232 p.
Summaries of the main teachings of the Hebrew prophets.
W a r s a w , P h i l i p
(Pincas, Dov, pseud.). Genesis, mother of sciences. Chicago,
1953. 402 p.
A
symbolic interpretation of the creation story in the Book of Genesis.
W a r s e n , A l l e n A .
Jewish communal institutions in Detroit. Detroit, 1952. 125 p.
A guide to the services and programs of Jewish agencies in Detroit.
W a t o n , H a r r y .
The key to the Bible. New York, Spinoza Institute of America,
1952. 96 p.
The author has sought to interpret the Bible in terms of mathematics.
W a t t e r s , L e o n L .
The pioneer Jews of Utah. New York, American Jewish
Historical Society, 1952. 199 p.
A documented story of the Jews who settled in the Great Salt Lake area,
their institutions and their relationships with the Mormon community.
W a x m a n , M e y e r .
A handbook of Judaism as professed and practiced through the
ages. 2nd ed. enlarged. Chicago, 111., L. M. Stein, 1953. 210 p.
W e b e r , M a x .
Ancient Judaism. Glencoe,
111.,
Free Press,
1 952 . 4 8 4 p .
Trans-
lated and edited by Hans H. Gerth and Don Martindale.
A sociological study of the Biblical and post-exilic Jewish community.
W e i n t r o b , M o r r i s .
Moments of reflection. New York, Exposition, 1953. 112 p.
Poems by a Jewish physician with a group of poems “On Israel and Ger-
many.”
W e i s s e r , A l b e r t
T. The modern renaissance of Jewish music. New York, Bloch,
1953. 175 p.
Musical events and figures in Eastern Europe and America.
W e l c h , A d am
C. Kings and prophets of Israel. New York, Philosophical Library,
1953. 264 p.
Lectures on Moses, Saul, David, Amos, Hosea and Isaiah, outlining the
historical background of their times.
--------- . Prophet and priest in old Israel. New York, Macmillan, 1953. 160 p.
W i e n e r , N o r b e r t .
Ex-prodigy; my childhood and youth. New York, Simon &
Schuster, 1953. 309 p.
The son of Prof. Leo Wiener, historian of Yiddish literature, describes his
home life and his days as a student at Harvard College, as well as his Jewish
relationships.
W i s e , J u d a h
L. On this
d a y .
New York, Bloch, 1954. 64
p .
Bar Mitzvah addresses for use by candidates for Bar Mitzvah.
W izn i tz e r , A r n o ld . The records o f the earliest Jewish community in the New
World. New York, American Jewish Historical Society,
1954. 108
p.
The history of the Jews in Brazil traced to the first settlers.
YIVO Annual of Jewish Social Science, v. 7. Edited by Koppel S. Pinson. New
York, Yiddish Scientific Institute, 1952. 304 p.
YIVO Annual of Jewish Social Science, v. 8. Edited by Koppel S. Pinson. New
York, Yiddish Scientific Institute, 1953. 303 p.
This volume consists of studies on the epoch of the Jewish catastrophe,
1933-1945.
Z o l l i , E u g e n i o ( I s r a e l ) .
Before the dawn: autobiographical reflections. New
York, Sheed & Ward, 1954. 209 p.
Confessions of a convert who lived in Italy under Fascism.