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Lectures, selected papers, addresses, by Cyrus Adler; collected and published by his colleagues and friends on the occasion of his seventieth birthday September 13, 1933. With a bibliography.

Author/Creator:
Adler, Cyrus, 1863-1940.
Publication:
Philadelphia, Priv. print., 1933.
Format/Description:
Book
3 p. ℓ., 445 p. 24 cm.
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Subjects:
Jews -- Civilization.
Jews -- Biography.
Jews in the United States.
Contents:
Samuel Pierpont Langley.
Jefferson as a man of science.
The Jefferson Bible.
Moses Aaron Dropsie.
Solomon Schechter.
Israel Zangwill.
Oscar S. Straus.
Louis Marshall.
The living past.
The Semitic seminary of Johns Hopkins university.
East and West.
The American philosophical society.
The American Jewish historical society.
The American Jewish committee.
An account of the origin of the Jewish welfare board.
A university of Jewish studies.
The Seminary
its history and its aims.
The standpoint of the Seminary.
The Seminary library.
Judaism in a hostile world.
Hebrew and cognate learning in America.
A critical edition of the works of Maimonides.
Service to Judaism.
American Jewry and Palestinian Jewry.
The Passfield white paper.
The Jewish agency for Palestine.
Albert Einstein.
The flowering of many centuries of Jewish endeavor.
A pragmatic basis for good will.
The American religious scene.
Notes:
"A bibliography of the writings and addresses of Cyrus Adler, 1882-1933, by Edward D. Coleman ... and Dr. Joseph Reider ...": p. [363]-445.
Contributor:
Reider, Joseph, 1884-
Coleman, Edward Davidson, 1891-
OCLC:
2809279