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CONTRIBUTORS AND EDITORS
P
h i l i p
G
o o dm a n
,
director, Jewish education, of the Jewish Center
Division, National Jewish Welfare Board; executive secretary
of the Jewish Book Council of America and the American
Jewish Historical Society; editor of
The Purim Anthology
.
S
olomon
G
r ay z e l
,
editor of the Jewish Publication Society of
America; president of the Jewish Book Council of America;
author of
History of the Jews.
A. M.
H
y am s o n
,
editor of
Jewish Year Book
, London; author of
A History of the Jews in England
,
The Rebirth of an Ancient
People
, and other works.
J
acob
K
a b a k o f f
,
editor, Hebrew books,
In Jewish Bookland.
P.
L
a n d e r
,
Israeli author and poet; staff member of
Haaretz.
I
s idor e
S.
M
e y e r
,
librarian of the American Jewish Historical
Society.
S
h
.
N i g e r ,
co-editor of
Zukunft
;
member of the staff of The
Day;
author of books on Yiddish literature and aesthetics; critic
and publicist.
D
a n i e l
P
e r s k y
,
author of several Hebrew books; columnist of
Hadoar\
humorist, Hebrew philologist.
A
a ro n
P
e c h e n i k
,
editor of
Mizrachi Weg\
contributor to the
Jewish daily press and other periodicals.
D
a n
P
i n e s
,
associate editor of
Davar
; special correspondent to
U. N.; lecturer at the School of Education, New York Uni-
versity.
M
el e ch
R
a v i t c h
,
author of fifteen books of poetry, drama and
literary essays in Yiddish; former secretary of Jewish writers
organization in Warsaw; visited 45 countries on all the con-
tinents during 1931-1941.
M
a u r i c e
S
c h n e p s
,
author of
No Mercy in December.
In prepara-
tion:
Island and the Sea
(Narrative); translation of
The New
Song
by Edmond Fleg.
M
o s h e
S
t a r k m a n
, s t a f f w r i t e r o f
The Day
;
c o - e d i t o r o f
Hemshekh\
a u t h o r o f
Hemshekh Anthologye.
M
e y e r
W
a x m a n
,
professor of Bible, Jewish History and Phi-
losophy at Hebrew Theological College; professor of Rabbinics
at College of Jewish Studies, Chicago.
M
a r k
Z
b o r ow s k i
,
former assistant librarian, Yiddish Scientific
Institute — YIVO.