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H
e n r y
M
o n s k y
M o n s k y , M r s . H e n r y a n d M a u r i c e B i s g y e r ,
Henry Monsky;
the man and his work.
New York, Crown Publishers, 1947.
164 p.
The story of the late president of B’nai B’rith by his widow and his close
associate.
H
e n r y
M
o r g e n t h a u
M o r g e n t h a u , H e n r y ,
A ll in a life-time.
Garden City, N. Y.,
Doubleday, Page & Co., 1922. 454 p.
The autobiography of the American ambassador to Turkey and financier.
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Ambassador Morgenthau s story
,
formerly American
ambassador to Turkey.
Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday,
Page & Co., 1918. 407 p.
His public activities.
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I was sent to Athens
, in collaboration with French Strother;
illustrations from photographs. Garden City, N. Y., Double-
day, Doran & Co., 1929. 327 p.
His Near East relief mission in behalf of Greek refugees after World War I.
M
a u d
N
a t h a n
N a t h a n , M a u d ,
Once upon a time and today.
New York, G. P.
Putnam’s Sons, 1933. 327 p.
The autobiography of a social worker, active in civic reform, women's
suffrage and in the Consumers’ League.
M
ord eca i
M
a n u e l
N
oah
G o l d b e r g , I s a a c ,
Major Noah; American-Jewish pioneer.
Phila-
delphia, The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1936.
316 p.
The biography of an American consul, playwright, editor, politician and
communal worker.
M a k o v e r , A b r a h a m
B.,
Mordecai M. Noah
,
his life and workfrom
the Jewish viewpoint.
New York, Bloch Publishing Co.,
1917. 96 p.
J
o s h u a
A
b r ah am
N
orton
L a n e , A l l e n S t a n l e y ,
Emperor Norton the mad monarch of
America.
Caldwell, Idaho, The Caxton Printers, 1939. 286 p.
The biography of a quaint character, of English-Jewish parentage who in
California, in 1859, appointed himself Emperor of the United States of
North America, Norton I.