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L
eopold
I
n f e l d
I n f e l d , L e o p o l d ,
Quest, the evolution of a scientist.
New York,
Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1941. 342 p.
I he autobiography of a teacher of applied mathematics at the University of
Toronto who was born in Cracow.
J
u l i u s
I
saac s
I s a a c s , J u l i u s ,
Oath of devotion
,
the autobiography of Julius
Isaacs.
New York, E. P. Dutton & Co., 1949. 337 p.
The life of a New York City magistrate.
I
s r a e l
I
s s e r
K
a sov ich
K a s o v i c h , I s r a e l I s s e r ,
The days of our years; personal and
general reminiscences {1859-1929);
translated by Maximilian
Hurwitz. New York, The Jordan Publishing Co., 1929.
358 p.
An autobiography translated from the Yiddish that throws sidelights on
Jewish life in Russia and in this country. It is a source book for students of
Americanization, Zionism, Jewish education, farming, life and manners,
during the second half of the 19th century and the first quarter of the
20th.
M o r r i s
N.
K e r t z e r
K e r t z e r , M o r r i s
N.,
With an H on my dog tag
, illustrated by
Lazio Matulay. New York, Behrman House, 1947. 197 p.
The experiences of an American Jewish chaplain who served in Europe.
G
eorge
A
l e x a n d e r
K
oh u t
K o h u t , R e b e k a h ( B e t t e l h e i m ) ,
His father s house; the story of
George Alexander Kohut.
New Haven, published for the
Alexander Kohut Memorial Foundation, Yale University
Press, London, Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press,
1938. 246 p.
The story of an author, educator and student of American Jewish history.
R
e b e k a h
K
o h u t
K o h u t , R e b e k a h ( B e t t e l h e i m ) ,
My portion {an autobiography
),
with an introduction by Henrietta Szold. New York, Thomas
Seltzer ,1925. 301 p.
י
The autobiography of an eminent American Jewess.
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