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of the Franks Family (1733-1748).
Waltham, Mass.: American
Jewish Historical Society, 1968. xxxv+171 pp. illus. $10.00.
The life style and concerns of a Colonial Jewish family in New
York is vividly portrayed through its surviving correspondence.
L a ik in , B en jam in
Memoirs of a Practical Dreamer: From a Russian
Sh tetl to an American Suburb.
Translated from the original Yid­
dish by Murray Kass and Moshe Starkman. New York: Bloch,
1971. 359 pp. illus. $6.00.
The autobiography of a Russian Jewish immigrant, a business­
man active in Yiddish cultural work and Zionism.
M ey e r , L ew is .
Mostly Mama.
Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1971.
216 pp. $5.95.
Memoirs of a Jewish family in Oklahoma.
R e z n ik o f f , C h a r l e s .
Family Chronicle.
New York: Universe Books,
1971. 311 pp. $5.95.
The story of a family’s experiences in the needle trade.
R u sk a y , Soph ie .
Horsecars and Cobblestones.
South Brunswick: A. S.
Barnes [1973] 240 pp. illus. $4.95.
Reminiscences of a childhood in New York at the turn of the
Sandberg , Sara .
My Sister Goldie.
Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1968.
viii+202 pp. $1.49.
The story of a Jewish family in New York City which has moved
from Harlem to the West Side.
S c a r r , Ja cob .
L isten My Children: A Grandfather's Legacy.
phia: Dorrance, 1972. 274 pp. $5.95.
The author tells his life story, a childhood in the Ukraine, im­
migration to America, experiences in a variety of jobs around
Newark, N.J., and his eventual purchase of a chicken farm.
W ig o d e r , D e v o r a h .
H op e is My House.
Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-
Hall, 1966. 282 pp. $5.95.
The autobiography of a Catholic convert to Judaism.