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J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
M
a imon id es
, M
oses
.
The guide of the perplexed. Trans, by Shlomo Pines.
Introductory essay by Leo Strauss. Chicago, University of Chicago, 1963.
792 p.
New English translation from the Judaeo-Arabic of the famous classical
work of Jewish philosophy.
M
a ir
, G
eorge
B. Doctor in Turkey. New York, Roy, 1964. 191 p.
A memoir with portraits of political leaders and simple shopkeepers
in the slums of Istanbul.
M
a lzberg
, B
e n ja m in
.
The mental health of Jews in New York State. Albany,
Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, 1963. 139 p.
A study of first admissions to hospitals for mental disease 1949-1951.
------- . Mental disease among Jews in Canada. Albany, Research Foundation
for Mental Hygiene, 1963. 88 p.
A study of admission to hospitals, 1950-1952.
M
and el
, B
ernard
.
Samuel Gompers. Yellow Spring, Ohio, Antioch, 1963. 566
p .
A biography of the pioneer of the American labor movement who
headed the American Federation of Labor at the turn of the 20th century.
M
a nd elbaum
, B
ernard
.
The wisdom of Solomon Schechter. New York, Burn­
ing Bush, 1964. 137 p.
An introduction to the life and thought of the founder of the United
Synagogue and head of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America with
quotations from Schechter’s works and letters.
M
argalioth
, R
a c h e l
.
The indivisible Isaiah: evidence for the single author­
ship of the prophetic book. New York, Sura Institute, Yeshiva University,
1964. 245 p.
An analysis of the book of Isaiah to prove that the whole book was
written by the prophet himself.
M
a r t y
, M
artin
E.,
D
eddy
, J
ohn
E.
J
r
.,
and
S
ilv erm an
, D
avid
E., eds. The reli­
gious press in America. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1963.
184 p.
The chapter on Jewish magazines was written by Rabbi David W.
Silverman.
M
atz
, M
a ry
J
a n e
.
The many lives of Otto Kahn. New York, Macmillan, 1963.
299 p.
Biography of the Kuhn, Loeb partner who distinguished himself as a
patron of opera and the American theater in the first part of the century.
M
azar
, B
e n ja m in
,
and
D
avis
, M
o sh e
,
eds. The illustrated history of the Jews.
New York, Harper & Row, 1963. 414 p.
A richly illustrated volume from archaeological and documentary
materials.
M
e c k l e r
, D
avid
L. Miracle men: tales of the Baal Shem and his Chasidim.
New York, Bloch, 1964. 312 p. Reprint.
M
enku s
, B
e ld en
, ed . M e e t th e A m e r i c a n J ew . N a sh v i l le , B r o a d m a n ,
1963.
164 p.
An anthology with chapters on the different movements in modern
Judaism.
M
e y e r
, F
ranz
.
Chagall: life and work. New York, Abrams, 1964. 775 p.
The whole of Marc Chagall’s artistic life is covered by his son-in-law,
the head of the Bern Museum. Over 1,250 illustrations and 53 large plates
in full color.