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M
i ch a e l
G
old
G o l d , M i c h a e l ,
Jews without money
, woodcuts by Howard
Simon. New York, Liveright Publishing Corp., 1935. 309 p.
The autobiography of a radical reared on the East Side of New York, a
tale of Jewish poverty
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show that not every Jew is a millionaire, and that
the majority belong to the working-class. The author’s mother is the
heroine of this book which has been translated into several languages.
J
o s e ph
G
ol d b e r g e r
P a r s o n s , R o b e r t P e r c i v a l ,
Trail to light; a biography of Joseph
Goldberger.
Indianapolis, The Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1943. 353 p.
The life of the discoverer of the cause of pellagra, who served in the United
States Public Health Service for thirty years.
R
a ymo n d
L
e s l i e
G
oldman
G o l d m a n , R a y m o n d L e s l i e ,
Even the night.
New York, The
Macmillan Co., 1947. 196. p.
The autobiography of a writer who was stricken with infantile paralysis at
the age of four and has not allowed himself to be conquered by physical
handicaps or personal tragedy. An expansion of
The Good Fight
, published,
New York, Coward-McCann Inc., 1935. 194 p.
S
am u e l
G
omper s
G o m p e r s , S a m u e l ,
Seventy years of life and labor; an autobiography
,
with a new introduction by Matthew Woll. New York,
E. P. Dutton & Co., 1925. 2 v., 557 p., 629 p.
The autobiography of the founder of the American Federation of Labor.
H a r v e y , R o w l a n d H i l l ,
Samuel Gompers: champion of the
toiling masses.
Stanford University, Stanford University
Press; London, Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press,
1935. 376 p.
G
u s t a v
G
otthe il
G o t t h e i l , R i c h a r d J a m e s H o r a t i o ,
The life of Gustav Gottheil;
memoir of a priest in Israel.
Williamsport, Pa., The Bayard
Press, 1936. 509 p.
The life of an American Reform rabbi by his son.
R
e becca
G
ratz
O s t e r w e i s , R o l l i n G u s t a v ,
Rebecca Gratz; a study in charm
, with
an introduction by A. S. W. Rosenbach; foreword by David