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J EW I S H BOOK ANNUAL
14
F
i n k e l s t e i n
, L
o u i s
,
ed. The Jews: Their history, culture, and religion. New
York, Harper , 1949. 2 v. 1431 p.
Aspects of the record of Jewish civilization contributed by recognized
authorities.
F
l i g h t
, J
o h n
W. &
F
a h s
, S
o p h i a
L. The drama of ancient Israel. Boston, Beacon,
1949. 201 p.
Biblical history for students illustrated with archaeological materials.
F
o r s t e r
, A
r n o l d
.
A measure of freedom. New York, Doubleday, 1950. 256 p.
A documented report of the Anti-Defamation League on prejudice and
intolerance in the United States.
F
r a n k l
, O
sc a r
B
e n j a m i n
.
Theodor Herzl, the Jew and the man. New York,
Storm, 1949. 190 p.
Int imate s tudy of his early life.
F
r e e h o f
, S
o l o m o n
B. Preface to scripture. Cincinnati, Union of American He-
brew Congregations, 1950. 260 p.
Popular scholarly introduction for the s tudy of the Bible.
G
a e r
, J
o s e p h
.
How the great religions began. Rev. ed. New York, Dodd, Mead,
1949. 424 p.
Contains enlarged chapters on Judaism.
G
a s t e r
, T
h e o d o r
H. Thespis. New York, Henry Schuman, 1950. 498 p.
Ritual, myth and drama in the ancient Near Eas t compared with the myth-
ological backgrounds of the Psalms.
G
o l d e n
, H
a r r y
L. &
R
y w e l l
, M
a r t i n
.
Jews in American history. Charlotte,
N. C., Henry Lewis Mart in, 1950. 498 p.
Their contribution to the United States.
G
o l d m a n
, S
o l o m o n
.
In the beginning. New York, Harper , 1949. 892 p.
Commentary on the book of Genesis. The second volume in the au tho r ’s
“ Book of Human Destiny,” a series of selections on biblical influences on
literature.
G
o l d s t e i n
, A
n a t o l e
.
Operation murder. New York, World Jewish Congress,
1949. 39 p.
The record of Nazi extermination squads.
G
o o d h a r t
, A
r t h u r
L. Five Jewish lawyers of the common law. New York, Ox-
ford, 1949. 74 p.
The contributions of Judah P. Benjamin, Jessel, Isaacs, Brandeis and Car-
dozo to legal thought.
G
o r d o n
, A
l b e r t
I. Jews in transition. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota
Press, 1949. 331 p.
A sociological survey of the Jews in Minneapolis.
G
o r d o n
, H
i r s c h
L
o e b
.
The maggid of Caro. New York, Pardes, 1949. 396
p .
The biography of Joseph Caro giving an analysis of auto-hypnosis and
psychical phenomena.
G
o r f i n k l e
, J
o s e p h
I .
Sayings of the Jewish fathers:
Pirke Abot.
New York,
Bloch, 1949. 130 p.
Popular edition and translation of the rabbinic tractate on ethics.
G
r a d e n w i t z
, P
e t e r
.
The music of Israel. New York, Norton, 1949. 334
p .
Its rise and growth through 5000 years.
G
r o s s i n g e r
, J
e n n i e
.
Waldorf in the Catskills as told to Harold Taub. New York,
Sterling Pub. Co., 1950. 256 p.
Memoirs and scenes out of the life of a prominent hostess.
H
a m i l t o n
, E
d i t h
.
Spokesmen for God. The great teachers of the Old Tes tament .
New York, Norton, 1949. 259 p.
The Hebrew prophets and their message for modern man.
Hebrew Union College Annual, v. 22. Cincinnati, 1949. 490 p.
Scholarly studies in Jewish history and literature.
H
e i d e l
, A
l e x a n d e r
.
The Gilgamesh epic and Old Tes tament parallels. Chicago,
University of Chicago, 1949. 269 p.
The Babylonian creation story related to the sources in Genesis.
H
e l l m a n
, G
e o r g e
S., ed. Record of the Oscar S. Straus Memorial Association.
New York, Columbia University Press, 1949. 69 p.
Biography and listing of the Straus papers in the Library of Congress.