Franklin

Collection, 1891-1932, 1894-1932 (bulk)/ Arangement and description (finding aid) by Arthur Kiron.

Author/Creator:
Margolis, Max Leopold, 1866-1932.
Publication:
1891-1932,
Format/Description:
Archive
14 boxes (23 linear ft.)
Subjects:
Margolis, Max Leopold, 1866-1932.
Gottheil, Richard J. H. (Richard James Horatio), 1862-1936.
Haupt, Paul, 1858-1926.
Jastrow, Morris, 1861-1921.
Marx, Alexander, 1878-1953.
Montgomery, James A. (James Alan), 1866-1949.
Torrey, Charles Cutler, 1863-1956.
Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning.
Hebrew Union College.
Jewish Publication Society of America.
Society of Biblical Literature.
Journal of biblical literature.
Jews -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia.
Biblical scholars.
Form/Genre:
Card indexes.
Clippings.
Letters.
Manuscripts.
Photographs.
Summary:
The collection includes correspondence, clippings, photographs, manuscripts, index cards, and literary publications.
Notes:
The Max Leopold Margolis collection is organized into the following three series: I. Correspondence. II. Literary productions. III. Miscellaneous.
Max Leopold Margolis was born Mordecai Yom Tov Margolis in the village of Merecz in the Russian province of Vilna on October 15, 1866. He received his early Jewish education from his father who was a rabbi. Margolis was sent to live
Margolis began his career as a teacher of Hebrew and Semitic languages at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati. He later accepted the position of secretary of the editorial board for the Jewish Publication Society's proposed new t
Margolis was one of the pioneering figures in the history of critical Jewish Biblical studies in North America. He collaborated with his friend Alexander Marx to write a concise history of the Jewish people. Margolis married Evelyn
Finding Aid/Index:
Unpublished finding aid available in the repository.
Contributor:
Kiron, Arthur.
University of Pennsylvania. Center for Judaic Studies.
OCLC:
249070088
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