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L
o u i s e
W
a t e rm a n
W
i s e
W i s e , J a m e s W a t e r m a n ,
Legend of Louise; the life story of Mrs.
Stephen S. JVise.
New York, Jewish Opinion Publishing
Corporation, 1949. 96 p.
The biography of an artist, social worker, translator and founder o f the
Free Synagogue Child Adoption Committee, friend of the refugees, written
by her son.
S
imon
W
olf
W o l f , S im o n ,
The presidents I have known from 1860-1918.
Washington, D. C., Press of B.
S.
Adams, 1918. 459 p.
Memoirs of a lawyer and Jewish communal leader.
F
r a n c e s
L . W
olf f
W o l f f , F r a n c e s L o u i s a
(Nathan),
Four generations; my life and
memories of New York fo r over eighty years.
New York
[printed by the Colonial Press of Clinton, Mass.], 1939. 192 p.
The autobiography of the daughter of Benjamin and Emily Grace Nathan,
with data on the Nathan, Hendricks, Wolff families.
H. W0L0FSKY
W o l o f s k y , H a r r y [ H i r s h e l ] ,
Journey of my life [a book of
memories
], translated by
A .
M. Klein. Montreal, Eagle
Publishing Co., 1945 [actually published in 1946]. 181 p.
The autobiography of a Canadian Jewish journalist of Polish Chassidic
background who arrived in Canada in 1900. Fragmentary, sketchy chapters
dealing with the development of Jewish communal life there.
A
dol ph
Z
u k o r
I r w i n , W i l l ,
The house that shadows built.
Garden City, N. Y.,
Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1928. 293 p.
The biography of the movie producer Adolph Zukor.
M
i r i am
S
h om e r
Z
u n s e r
Z u n s e r , M i r i a m S h o m e r ,
Yesterday.
New York, Stackpole Sons,
1939. 271 p.
The story of the changes that took place in the life of the author's family
during three generations, which began in Russia. The biography of her
father, a folk singer, and the changes that took place in this country are
high-lighted.