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S
uhr
, E
lmer
G
eorge
. The ancient mind and its heritage: vol. 2: exploring
the Hebrew, Hindu, Greek and Chinese cultures. New York, Exposition,
1960. 305
p.
A comparative study of cultures by a professor of classical art and
archaeology at the University of Rochester.
S
track
, H
ermann
L. Introduction to the Talmud and Midrash. Phila­
delphia, Jewish Publication Society; New York, Meridian, 1960. 374 p.
Paperbound reprint.
S
y r k in
, M
a r ie
.
Nachman Syrkin: socialist Zionist. New York, Herzl Press
and Sharon, 1961. 332 p.
A biographical memoir by the daughter of the well known Poale Zion
thinker, with English translations from his selected essays on labor
Zionism.
Talmud. With English translation. New York, R. Bennet, 1959-1961. 39
volumes.
Reduced fascimile of the edition published by the Soncino Press,
London, 1935-1952. Bound together with reproduction of the Talmud
text.
T
ch er ikov er
, V
ictor
A .
and
F
uks
, A
l exan d er
,
eds. Corpus Papyrorum
Judaicarum: vol. II. Cambridge, Harvard University, 1960. 283 p.
This volume covers the early Roman period to the Jewish revolt
115 C.E., with sources for Hellenistic and Graceo-Roman life and in­
stitutions which influenced Jewish history.
T
edesch i
, G
u ido
.
Studies in Israel law. Trans, from 2nd Hebrew edition
by A. Harari. Hackensack, N. J., Rothman, 1961. 303 p.
Omits three articles from the earlier edition which will be included in
a separate volume,
Studies in Private Law.
New material added and
original material revised.
T
e p l it z
, S
a u l
I. Best Jewish sermons of 5719-5720. New York, Jonathan
David, 1960. 177 p.
Selection of sermons preached by leading American rabbis from every
group.
T
homas
, H
e l en
S
h ir l e y
.
Felix Frankfurter: scholar of the bench. Baltimore,
John Hopkins, 1960. 381 p.
An examination of the influence of the Supreme Court justice.
T
homson
, J
ames
G. S. S. The Old Testament view of revelation. Grand
Rapids, Eerdmans, 1960. 107 p.
U
m en
, S
am u e l
.
The nature of Judaism. New York, Philosophical, 1961.
152 p.
Essays on American Jewish community life.
U
nger
, M
e r r ill
F. Famous archaeological discoveries. Grand Rapids, Zon­
dervan, 1960. 79 p. Paperbound reprint.
Union songster: songs and prayers for Jewish youth. New York, Central
Conference of American Rabbis, I960. 448 p.
Intended for use at home, in synagogue, religious school and camp.
U
nsdorfer
,
S. B. The yellow star. New York, Yoseloff, 1961. 200 p.
Memoirs of a boy whose childhood was broken by Nazism and who
grew up in the concentration camps of Auschwitz and Buchenwald.
U
n t e rm e y e r
, S
o ph ie
G
ugg enh e im er
and
W
ill iam so n
, A
l e x
.
Mother is
Minnie. New York, Doubleday, 1960. 213 p.
Anecdotes about the life and work of Mrs. Charles B. Guggenheimer.
U
r is
, L
eon
M .
Exodus revisited. Photography by Dimitrios Harissiadis.
Garden City, Doubleday, 1960. 284 p.
A return, via black and white photographs, to the scenes of the novel,
Exodus,
which depicts the founding of the new nation of Israel.
V
orspan
, A
l b e r t
.
Giants of justice. New York, Crowell, 1960. 260
p .
Lives of 14 Jewish leaders of social justice who, impelled by the social
ideals of their religion, made significant contributions to American
Jewry and civic affairs.