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CUMULATIVE INDEX
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Judaica in the
Encyclopedia Britannica,
by Sefton D. Temkin. 33:91-99.
Judaica production o f university
presses, by Salamon Faber. 28:32-40.
Juvenile Book Awards, Jewish: survey
and evaluation, by Marcia Posner.
35:78-91.
Juvenile books, Jewish, by Sophia N.
Cedarbaum. 26:171-176; by Ruth C.
Kanner. 27:148-154; 28:195-200; by
Hilda B. Wagner. 29:142-146;
30:127-132; by Fannie Chipman.
31:137-140; by Deborah Brodie.
32:118-121; 33:194-199; 34:143-
148; by Nettie Frishman and Marcia
Posner. 35:192-200; by Marcia
Posner. 36:163-168; 37:196-204;
38:192-197; 39:202-208; 40:276-
280.
JWB Jewish Book Council, by Philip
Goodman. 26:243-250; 27:222-225;
28:268-272; 29:212-218; 30:199-
209; 31:202-210; 32:187-194;
33:270-276; 34:223-233; by Sidney
B. Hoenig. 35:264-268; by Sharon
M. Strassfeld. 36:226-229. 37:258-
261; by Ruth S. Frank. 38:255-258;
39:265-267; 40:276-280.
JWB Jewish Book Council and its An­
nual, by Philip E. Miller. 40:269-275.
Kabak, Aharon A.: the heroic quest, by
Norman Tarnor. 40:120-126.
Kabakoff, Jacob. Israel Efros, poet-
philosopher: on the occasion of his
80th birthday. 28:105-109; Eliezer
ben Yehuda and the Hebrew re­
birth: oc the occasion of the 50th an­
niversary o f his death. 29:67-72;
Simon Halkin — man of letters: on
the occasion of his 75th birthday.
31:62-66; Abraham Shlonsky
(1900-1973) — poet of modernism.
32:15-21; The Centenary of the First
book of Hebrew-Yiddish poetry in
America. 34:26-31; Introduction.
35:1-4; 36:1-5; 37:1-5; 38:1-5;
39:1-6; 40:1-6; On Dov Sadan (H).
35:74-77; The American
Hameassef.
38:42-46.
Kaganoff, Nathan M. Library of the
American Jewish Historical Society.
28:72-78; Selected books on Ameri­
can Jewish history. 33:51-63;
Selected books on American Jewish
biography. 33:64-71; American He­
brew books (H). 36:169-180;
37:205-213; 38:198-212; 39:209-
224; 40:220-231.
Kalechofsky, Roberta. Latin American
Jewish writers. 39:51-60.
Kallen, Horace Meyer, by Meir Ben-
Horin. 39:119-131.
Kanner, Ruth C. Jewish juvenile books.
27:148-154; 28:195-200.
Kaplan, Mordecai, at 100, a tribute, by
Mel Scult. 38:106-116.
Karp, Abraham J. America’s pioneer
prayer books. 34:15-25; America
discovers the East European Jewish
immigrant. 38:18-32.
Katsh, Abraham I. Zalman Shazar:
1890-1974. 33:129-136.
Katz, Aleph: in memoriam (Y), by
Yudel Mark. 27:84-89.
Kiev, I. Edward. American Jewish
non-fiction books. 26:135-162;
27:121-143; 28:161-188; 29:112-
136; 30:105-122; 31:104-129;
32:87-111; 33:159-189.
Kirjath Sepher,
fifty years, by G. Kressel.
32:59-64.
Klein, A.M. (1909-1973): a memorial
tribute, by A. Alan Steinbach.
31:71-77.
Klein, Isaac. Professor Louis Ginzberg:
on the occasion o f the 100th anniver­
sary of his birth. 30:90-94.
Klein, Rose. Jewish characters in early
American fiction. 35:108-118.
Kling, Adina. American Jewish fiction
books. 36:160-162.
Knox, Israel. Abraham Reisen: 1876-
1953. 33:122-128.
Kressel, Getzel. Abraham M. Lunz (H).
26:94-99;
Ha-Shahar:
on its 100th
anniversary (H). 27:100-105; Uni­
versity presses_in Israel (H). 31:29-
36; Fifty years of
Kirjath Sepher
(H).
32:59-64; 400 years of Hebrew print­
ing in Palestine (H). 34:82-87; Max
Raisin — the first Hebrew historian
of American Jewry (H). 38:80-85;
The Am Oved Publishing house (H).
40:67-75.
Kressel Collection at Oxford, by
George Mandel. 40:132-138.
Kressel, Getzel, by Zvulun Ravid.