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W i l l i a m s , B e r y l ( M r s . S a m u e l E p s t e i n ) ,
Lillian Wald; angel
of Henry Street
, illustrated by Edd Ashe. New York, Julian
Messner, 1949. 216 p.
A biography for young people.
L o u i s W
a l dm an
W a l d m a n , L o u i s ,
Labor lawyer.
New
Y o r k , E . P .
Dutton & Co.,
1944. 394 p.
The autobiography of a labor leader and lawyer.
J
o s e ph
W
ec h s b e r g
W e c h s b e r g , J o s e p h ,
Homecoming.
New York, Alfred A. Knopf,
1946. 118 p.
An American citizen who left Moravska-Ostrava, Czechoslovakia, in 1938
and returned to it seven years later, describes what he found there.
A
l fr e d
A . W
e i n s t e i n
W e i n s t e i n , A l f r e d A b r a h a m ,
Barbed-wire surgeon.
New York,
The Macmillan Co., 1948. 310 p.
A surgeon’s experiences as a Japanese prisoner of war for forty months.
I
saac
M
a y e r
W
i se
M a y , M a x B e n j a m i n ,
Isaac Mayer Wise
,
thefounder of American
Judaism; a biography.
New York and London, G. P. Putnam’s
Sons, 1916. 415 p.
The biography of the founder of the Hebrew Union College.
W i l a n s k y , D e n a ,
Sinai to Cincinnati; lay views on the writings
of Isaac M. Wise
,
founder of reform Judaism in America.
New York, Renaissance Book Co., 1937. 351 p.
W i s e , I s a a c M a y e r ,
Reminiscences
, translated from the German
and edited by David Philipson. New York, Central
Synagogue of New York, 1945. 359 p. (an earlier edition
appeared in Cincinnati, published by Leo Wise & Co.,
1901.)
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Selected writings of Isaac M. Wise; with a biography
, by
the editors, D. Philipson and L. Grossmann. Published under
the auspices of the Alumnal Association of the Hebrew Union
College. Cincinnati, The R. Clarke Co., 1900. 419 p.