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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
services and more.
New York, SBS, 1980. 271 p. Paperbound.
Includes over 300 illustrations.
The Samuel Friedland lectures 1975 -1980 .
New York, Jewish Theological
Seminary o f America, 1980. 105 p. Paperbound.
Six lectures on social, historical and religious themes.
S
chum a ch
, M
u r ra y
.
The diamond people.
New York, W.W. Norton, 1981.
255 p.
Describes the diamond industry centered at 47th St. in Manhat­
tan.
S
hu lm an
, A
braham
.
Adventures of a Yiddish lecturer.
New York, Pilgrim
Press, 1980. 156 p.
Personal experiences.
S
tra ss feld
, S
haron
and
S
tra ss feld
, M
ic h a e l
,
eds.
The thirdJewish catalog:
creating community.
Phila., Jewish Publication Society o f America,
1980. 416 p. Paperbound.
Studies in Sephardic culture: the David N. Barocas memorial volume.
New
York, Sepher-Hermon, 1980. 178 p.
Includes studies in Judeo-Spanish proverbs, the Sephardic com­
munity o f New York, Spanish-Jewish dialect. Also a Ladino-English
dictionary.
Testimonial and warning: reflections on a pattern of behaviour.
Dollard des
Ormeaux, Que., Dawn Publishing, 1980. 176 p. Paperbound.
Centennial edition o f the Canadian Jewish Herald.
V
orspan
, A
l b e r t
.
Great Jewish debates and dilemmas: Jewish perspectives in
conflict in the eighties.
New York, Union o f American Hebrew Con­
gregations, 1980. 221 p. Paperbound.
W
o h lg el ern t er
, M
a u r ic e
,
ed
.History, religion, and spiritual democracy: essays
in honor of Joseph L. Blau.
New York, Columbia University Press,
1980. 375 p.
Essays in four areas o f Blau’s scholastic interests: philosophy o f
religion, history and philosophy o f Judaism, American philosophy,
social philosophy.
Who's who in American Jewry, 1980 edition: incorporating the directory of
American Jewish institutions.
Los Angeles, CA., Standard Who’s Who,
1980. 726 p.