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An autobiography of the American Jewish immigrant, a former Yeshiva
student, who discovered streptomycin and was awarded the Nobel Prize.
W
e in r e ic h
, U
r i e l
,
ed. The field of Yiddish. New York, Linguistic Circle-
Columbia University, 1955. 317 p.
Studies in the philology and development of the Yiddish language with a
bibliography of translations into English from the Yiddish.
Y
o u n g
, R
o b e r t
.
Analytical concordance to the Bible. New York, Funk &
Wagnalls, 1955. 1280 p.
The revised edition by William B. Stevenson contains an up to date his-
torical-archaeological section by William F. Albright.
Z
e it l i n
, S
o lom o n
.
Maimonides. New York, Bloch, 1955. 234 p.
A revised biography of the Rambam on the occasion of the 750th anniversary
of his death.
YIVO Annual of Jewish social science, v. 9. Edited by Koppel S. Pinson. New
York, Yiddish Scientific Institute, 1954. 398 p.
The volume is devoted to studies on the history of the Jews in the United
States.