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J EW I S H BOOK A N N U A L
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S
er g e
K
o u s s e v i t z k y
L e i c h t e n t r i t t , H u g o ,
Serge Koussevitzky
,
the Boston Symphony
Orchestra and the new American music.
Cambridge, M'ass.,
Harvard University Press, 1946. 199 p.
The biography of the orchestral conductor.
L o u r i e , A r t h u r ,
Sergei Koussevitzky and his epoch
,
a biographical
chronicle.
New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1931. 253 p.
S m i t h , M o s e s ,
Koussevitzky.
New York, Allen Towne & Heath,
1947. 400 p.
A
dolf
K
rau s
K r a u s , A d o l f ,
Reminiscences and comments; the immigrant
,
the
citizen
י
a public office
,
the Jew.
Chicago, 111., [printed by
Toby Rubovits Inc.], 1925. 244 p.
The autobiography of an immigrant Bohemian Jew, lawyer, editor, public
official, president of the B’nai B’rith, and member of the executive board of
the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
L
ucy
R
o b i n s
L
a ng
L a n g , L u c y R o b i n s ,
Tomorrow is beautiful
, (special labor edition)
with an introduction by William Green. New York, The
Macmillan Co., 1948. 303 p.
The autobiography of one who knew the leaders in American labor.
E
mma
L
a z ar u s
J a c o b , H . E . ,
The world of Emma Lazarus.
New York, Schocken
Books, 1949. 222 p.
A biography of the poetess and essayist.
H
e n r y
M . L
e i p z i g e r
F r a n k e l , M r s . R u t h ( L e i p z i g e r ) ,
Henry M. Leipziger
,
educator
and idealist
, with an introduction by Dr. John
H .
Finley.
New York, The Macmillan Co., 1933. 202 p.
The biography of an educator.
H
a r r i e t
L
a n e
L
ev y
L e v y , H a r r i e t L a n e ,
920 O'Farrell Street
, illustrated by Mallette
Dean. Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday & Co., 1947. 273 p.
Charming reminiscences of life in th^ German-Jewish community in San
Francisco of the late 19th century.