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C'H'CRF III Schrittes gehen die grollen Men-
,len .,rdCh die Geschichte, wie rinnender
J. .S b.-r fhe8en die namenlosen Geschlechter
|l.+.. 15 Stundenglas der Zeit. Und hinab-
toircts.l ,r, die Jahrtausende der Vergangen-
1 hor I'. wir durch das eint6nige Rieseln in
rht.TrotI.em Gleichklang den Futschritt der
a..ser .hhen, h6ren wirihreStimmeneinander
:,r,1,r e-..ander tr6sten in der furchtbaren
Od hre[ Einsamikeit, die sie Zeit ihres Lebens
imnghb und mitleidslos mit ihnen dutch die
SWelt .noi und sie abschlol von der freudigen
SGemeinschaft des unzahlbaren menschlichen
SStaubes, der, nur ihrer Fulspur Form zu geben
bestimmt, in seinen Tagen sich groin ged(inkt.
Firsten und Dichter, Bettler und Feldherren.
Weise und Prediger waren sie die Pfeiler
der Welt, denmitig auf den Hohen der Throne,
stoz in der Tiefe des Elends. Einige hundert
nut ihresgleichen zahlt die Geschichte viel-
leicht tausend; aber in ihrer Fuslpur vor-
warts drangt der lbrigen Menschheit namenlose Menge. Hinabhorchend aber in die Ver-
gangenheit will es bald deutlich werden, dal auch diese wenigen Auserwihlten in ihrer
schreckensvollen Einsamkeit nur Mitlaufer gewesen sind, Wegebahner wohl abet
Wegebahner fur ihnen selbst nicht bewulte Zwecke; Staub vom Staube nur wie die Milli-
arden hinter ihnen, scharferem Blicke langsam mit den Namenlosen zusammennielend.
Und noch scharfere Blicke magen sehen, wie auch diese ihres Zweckes unbewuflten Wege-
bahner nur willenlos nachtwandelnd die Lichtbahn verfolgen, die einiger nie wankender
Leuchttirme Glanz mit grellem Scheinwerfer durch die graue R&tselwelt wirft eines
nut ihnen ahnungsvoll bekannten Zieles Richtung weisend. Und wean wit in der Ge-
schichte doch noch etwa tausend Namen zu finden verm6chten, deren Trager Oroles
vollbrachten and within Wirkendes schufen, so werden wit keine hundert, keine zehn
unter den grolen Toten linden, von denen wir sagen kinnten, ddB sie ein neues Liht
in den Schatten der Welt warfen, einen neuen Weg wiesen in die Nahe des ewig uner-
reichbaren Zieles. Und diese Wenigen, dutch lahrtuusende offenbar voneinander getrennt,
sind uns nur wie schwebende Schatten sichtbar; Nebel der Zeiten umw6lkt sie und
wir wissen nur wenig jiber Zeit und Ort und Weise ihres Lebens. Nur dal sie alle in Ur-
zeiten der Menschheit gelebt haben, daB dutch sie zum ersten Male die grolen Ideen aus-
gesprochen warden, die dann ihre eigenen Wege gingen bis auf diesen Tag. Oft m6chten
wir sie fiir lange nachher erfundene Sagengestalten halten aber immer wieder sagt uns
ein dumpfes und ungenaues, aber untriigliches Oeffihl, daB dies nicht so sein kann: dal
nicht von Marchengesch6pfen so grolles Licht ausstrahlen konnte, sondern nur von wirklich
lebenden, wirklich leuchtenden Mannern, die, wirklich wie die Welt, der sie Oesetze gaben,
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To heal and not to harm,
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To bless and not to curse,
To serve You, O God of freedom.


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The Lord has done great things for us,
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Restore us once again, O God,
Like sudden floodstreams in the desert.
Then those who sow in tears,
Will reap in joy.
Though he go weeping,
As he carries the seed,
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With song and with laughter.

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Friends, let us say Grace.

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The name of the Eternal be blessed from now unto eternity.

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Let us praise God of Whose bounty we have partaken.

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Let us praise Him of Whose bounty we have
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e ca m bright monlight night, as an Arab would uy, ien Gods lantn s in
sky."
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LOS SUCESOS DE COTITO
Fotograffas publicadas en el mes de agosto de 1941, en la revista
"Carteles" de La Habana, Cuba. Todos los datos fueron enviados a
travis del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores, siguiendo instruccio-
nes del Preidente Arnulfo Arias para tratar de distorsionar Ia verdad
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Los pescados
cupan un lugar muy important en la
alimentaci6n jud. Fnalmente, cuando se
habla de comda judia, lo primero en que se
piensa es en gefilte fish, y no hay featividad
udla en la que no sea la estrella del mend.
Pero tambinn figure la carpa preparada en
un caldo bien hervido y transformado en
gelatina, a la manera polaca. En una mesa de
sa) no puede faltar )amds el pescado.


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11/2 kg de fileesdelisa y boga
2 cebolas
3 huevos
saly pimiena a gusto
1/4 de taza de soda fra
I pica de azducar
2 culharadas de haina de mat
I cucharadia deal
aceite para untar

Pique 2 vcs los filetes junto con las cbolla.
Agreglos huevos sa, pimint, el agua y una opia
azucar Mezcle ben has0 a obtlner una masa homog-
nea. Agregue la harin de m.atA meclando iempre.
Unt unmolde refracario sfuera poiblecn fora de
pescado)lycoloquedentro la en a.Codneabao ma-
ria en una caerola con agua hirviendo, cuidando que el
gua nocubra la asadera. Agregue al agua I ccharadi-
tade sal. Tape la cacero y cocineal vapor durante3 ho
ras Agregne nms agua hirviendo durante a cocci6n, si
(u necesario. Deje enfriar y desmolde el pescado n
una fete grande. Corte en rebanadas en el moment
deservir. Sira con ren.


Gefilte fish 2

1 /2kg deboga y rucha
2 huevos
2 bolls picadas
3 zaahonas
2 cucharadas de hanna dem tzn
1/2 cucharada de azdcar
1/2 ltaa.. de agu fr
11/2 litros de agua
sal y pimienta egra

Cor el pescado postas y squele la espi-
nas. Coloqueen un cacerola la cabea, asespina, 2 ta-
ande agua, alypimientagra y cocaine a fueg ode-
rado. Doe lacebolla.Luego pique os filetesdepesado
yagrguiels lascebolias yadoradas. Alada lohuevo.,
el azcar, laharina de mtz, agua fria, saly pimtenta ne-
gr. Mclde h ia obtener una maa honoge na y aga
bolas, que deben colocars en la cacrola oe la cabe-
a y las espi Incrpore tas anahoris y ocineapo-
momd.nte una hora y media. Condente a gusto y
cone tra media hora. Saquelasbolacon espumade-
ra,disp6ngalasenuna uentey decocon rodaasdei-
mn y perejil.

Gefilte fish 3


1 kg. de files de merluza
3 huevos durs
2 cebollas

4 papasmedianashervidas
4 huevoscrudos
saly pimienta a gusto
Scucharada de azcar
2 cebolla grande coradas en rodajas
2 ramas deapio
4 zanahoras
pizcadepaprika

Piqueel pscado, los huevosdurosylasbo-
llas. Mel con ias papas y pase todo porla prcesado-
rnoporla mquinadepicar.Agregueloshuevoscudos,
sal ypimienta. Mezclebienydeiedesansar2 horas
Coloque en una cacea grande las cebollas
en odaps, el api y condimen con sal y pimienta, al-
car y 1 pizca de paprika. Llene de agua hasta la miad.
Deje hervir durnte 10 minutos. Forme alb6ndigas con
el pescado y col6quelas cu.idadosamenteen la .ceroa
Sira calente con irin,


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oi las cebollas radladas y la
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2kg de pns(ado (ddor ad -hn aobol ) taob ,er-unam compact
3cebohlas cacerolagmnde spongala
cabezasy cspi-azosrodejas
pere,.apo ritas Cubracon bastateagu
2y-mas mientaypongaalfuegohast
20o vnayaa fonnando alb6ndig
1/4detaadearinade mtzi p esado o y vulala co p
ai y piono la sto cncuidado endlaguahirvi
afaugole o .semniapado s
1pim cadeaacan sa gelatinopa m teC
Ui ie el pescado y quitee today la pil cn de
cuchillo., omenando oM la cabe- y has la cola. sin
rompmnla Lave bien lap y dda ec. Piqu la calr
ydeje aparte la cabez y las esona.
Dotrelas c laop~Iad aconoa pocodepere-
il picado. Me2cle con el pescado, Ai la Ihanri de
mautlasyemaslasallapimnta. yel.azuca Rellene
lapielconesamne2a ysaleporfuera.Coloqueelpesca-
doenuoMacerolgran de,forradaconlasespinas,laca-
beza, una eboBa e rodapjs, hojas de apio y de pre
Cubra con agua hirvindo y cone durante do horas
sintapar, hataqueseconsu mlaad del aga. Coi-
queelpescadoen una uenlteycbralo conla sa que
qued6 mlamcaola S odeaafadadosyenasyal- -
guna rodaas de li6n a la salsa coada. Deje her
Cuando espase retie y srva caene sobr el pescado.
C Eosod pnynnaachnqndmnyo o bo he Gefilte fish 6
dha. al honc


Gefilte fish 5

11/2 kg. dedrado, boga y trocha
1/2 kg. de meruza
salypienta agusto
3huevos
2 cucharads de haina de matno
2 cbollas ralladas
I cucharadiade rcar
1/2 klg de -szaslos
verduritas a gusto

Umpire y lave bien tospescados, sepae la
ne reseron ndo la piel. lascabe-as y los espnazos Pique


s huevos, LOS condime-
harina de mat. Mnzda
medo vao de agua, has-
peronomuydura..E una
c ra delas cdeboldas.as
de nanahoras y las verdu-
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aqu hierva Mientras an-
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4 cucharadas de harina de mat
2cucharadias deal
I cucharadita de ankar
1 cucharada de accie
Slitro d agua

Quitlapiel,la cabezaylasespinsdelpesca-
do Sal con la sal gres y de desansar en la helade-
radurantevariashoras Enjuagu Coloque la cabza,la
piety las nesuep eno acrolagrandeya greguel,
Snhaboria, i1 cebolla y la rama deoapio. Cubra con agua.
De comar a go lento durante 30 nutos y cule.
Muta ea pescado, aszarnahors y las cbollasmnttamtes.
Coloqueesa prepara6n en bol yagregue losdemls
ingredientes.menoselcaldoybatahastaqueresulteuna
pastaesponosa ytiema. Formealbndigas.Codneenel
caldo de prl e 25 a 30 minuto- Agregue agua s
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CONGREGATION SCHAARAI ZEDEK

1894-1994
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HISTORY OF CONGREGATION SCHAARAI ZEDEK

"As Chairman of the Board of Directors, may I
take this opportunity to thank all of the past Offi-
cers and Members of the Board, for their splendid
work and assistance they have given, and all oth-
ers who have helped to make this Temple a real
House of God.
"In conclusion, I desire to say that these recol-
lections of the History of Congregation Schaarai
Zedek are the permanent legacies of events car-
ried down in the stream of time, as I recall the
organization of the Congregation more than forty
years ago, and since that time having witnessed its
joys and sorrows, its trials and vicissitudes, I can
look at the past with the satisfaction of our
achievements, and at the same time look forward
to greater accomplishments, but we must stand
ready to apply ourselves to the greater tasks, and
not rest content with what has been achieved.
Let us be reminded that our triumphs are not
behind, but before us; let us all be united and
work in harmony and let the goal of our ambition
be the continued upbuilding of our Congregation
with the spirit of right, of humanity, and brotherly
love ever present."


"TO DO JUSTLY,

TO LOVE MERCY,

.ND TO WALK HUMBLY WITH THY GOD."

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1937 1987


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Kaplan and Sidney M. Lefkowitz
along with Cantor Marton. Center
President Joseph Hackel, Temple
President Julian Benjamin and Mrs.
Nathan Dwoskin, president of the
Ladies Hebrew Sheltering Aid
Society, also spoke.
Noting the trailblazing geriatric
programming fostered by Sidney
Entman, the Jewish Community
Council's
Commentator
Shoppers who decided to go to J.C. reported on the
Penney's instead of attending River increasing need
Garden's grand opening on that fateful orexpded fedl-
day could take advantage of a sale offer- cities nd medical
ing "women's finer quality services: "since
rayon-and-cotton dresses"for the tidy openingits doors
sum of$2.60. last March, Rver


Garden has gone a long way toward
meeting a specific need...and it's
going father An expansion program
providing for a new building con-
taining complete infirmaryfacilities
is being launched immediately."
The Home's administration and
Board, according to the Commentator,
"look forward to making the insti-
tution not only a center of recre-
ational, social and religious activity,
but also a medical centerfor the tmat-
ment of illness common to persons
of advanced age."






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PAGE 1

Treasures from the Isser & Rae Price Library of Judaica

PAGE 2

History of the Price Library of Judaica With holdings of over 90,000 volumes, the Isser and Rae Price Library of Judaica at the University of Florida, is considered the foremost Jewish studies research collection in the southeastern United States. In terms of many of its scarce late 19th to early 20th century imprints, it ranks among the top 20 academic libraries in the world. Furthermore, many thousands of its titles in Hebrew and Yiddish are held by less than 10 libraries in the United States. The Library was built on the core collection of Rabbi Leonard C. Mishkin of Chicago which, at the time of its acquisition in 1977, was the largest personal library of Judaica and Hebraica in the United States. The range and depth of Mishkin's collection was described by Harvard Bibliographer Charles Berlin as "superb". The UF Libraries received the first National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant awarded to a United States Research Library in order to partially underwrite Rabbi Leonard C. Florida Quality Improvement Funds.

PAGE 3

Formally dedicated in March 1981, the Library was named for Isser and Rae Price, whose sons, Jack and Samuel Price of Jacksonville, Florida, established a fund to support sustained development of its collections. The Price family gift was the largest single gift ever made to the libraries at that time, and it was the first time that a special collection in the University Library had been endowed.

PAGE 4

Scarce Imprints The Isser and Rae Price Library of Judaica owns a large collection of scarce imprints, mostly from the late 19 th to early 20 th century. In this regard, the Price Library ranks among the top 20 academic Judaica research libraries in the world.

PAGE 5

Birnbaum, Uriel Moses Ein biblischer Zyklus in fu nfzig Bildern 1924

PAGE 8

Kvitko, Leib Foyglen 1983

PAGE 9

Bereshit 1926

PAGE 10

Raskin, Saul Between God and man : Hebrew rhapsody in 100 drawings 1959

PAGE 13

Oyf dem leydns eg Home -through the "vale of tears." 1949?

PAGE 15

Haggadot The Price Library of Judaica holds hundreds of Haggadot for Passover. In addition to rare and special editions like the ones in this case, the Library holds a wide range of specimens from around the world and from many time periods.

PAGE 16

drawings by Leonard Baskin A Passover Haggadah 1974 copy includes personal annotations of the Price family

PAGE 20

Agam, Yaakov The Agam Haggadah 1993

PAGE 23

Abravanel, Isaac Seder Hagadah shel Pesa 1712

PAGE 25

Ephemera The Price Library of Judaica boasts a range of hard to find and unusual ephemeral materials, including pamphlets, catalogs, calendars, reports etc.,

PAGE 26

Matmor, Yoram Deganyah : ma azeh nisyoni 1951

PAGE 27

Chagy, Berel Hebrew Liturgy Cantor

PAGE 28

Duda, Eugeniusz Old Jewish postcards from Marek Sosenko's collection 1998

PAGE 29

(Twelve) from the Soviet underground. Catalog of an exhibition held at the Judah L. Magnes Museum, Berkeley, CA 1976.

PAGE 31

Ausubel, Nathan Jewish culture in America : weapon for Jewish survival and progress 1948

PAGE 32

Periodicals & Series One of the key collecting strengths of the Price Library of Judaica is the range and depth of its periodicals. The Library has over 500 current titles and an equal number of discontinued titles, many of which are now scarce.

PAGE 33

Di prese : yoyvl numer Buenos Aires, Argentina 1928 The hardcopy of this jubilee edition is held by the Price Library of Judaica and New York Public Library.

PAGE 34

Subbota St. Petersburg, Russia 1913 A Jewish Russian literary magazine. The Price Library of Judaica has the only copy in libraries worldwide (WorldCat).

PAGE 35

Yedaam Journal of the Israel Folklore Society Tel Aviv, Israel 2009

PAGE 36

Zeglen Buenos Aires, Argentina 1925

PAGE 37

Festschriften & Memorial Books formed the core collection of the Price Library of Judaica was its large and important selection of festschriften (jubilee volumes) and memorial books (yizkor books or yizker buchen). The Library actively continues to acquire such volumes.

PAGE 38

Eckstein, A. (Adolf) Festschrift zur Einweihung der neuen Synagoge in Bamberg 1910 This book commemorates the dedication of the synagogue in 1910. The synagogue was burned to the ground during Kristallnacht (the infamous Nazi attack on Jewish property in Germany, November 9, 1938).

PAGE 40

Sefer yizkor li kehilat Ogustov 1966

PAGE 41

Augustow is a district town in the Bialystok province of Poland. There were five synagogues in Augustow by the beginning of the 20 th century; Isser Price and his family were among the c.2,000 Jewish residents in the early part of the century. Nearly all of the Jews living in Augustow perished during the Holocaust.

PAGE 45

Extermination of Jews in the Rzeszw Region : album of remembrance 2009

PAGE 46

Land of Israel Studies A range of titles dealing with the wide subject area covered by Land of Israel Studies. These titles cover pre 1948 Palestine as well as modern day Israel. The Price Library of Judaica is rich in such resources.

PAGE 47

Feasts & Festivals in Israel 1951

PAGE 49

Israel Reborn 1951

PAGE 50

Picturesque Palestine, Sinai, and Egypt Ed. Colonel Wilson ; assisted by the most eminent Palestine explorers, etc. ; with numerous engravings on steel and wood from original drawings by Harry Fenn and J. D. Woodward. 1881 1884

PAGE 51

Joselevich, Moiss Jornadas pioneras: apuntes para una historia del movimiento jalutziano de Amrica Latina 1957

PAGE 53

Latin American & Caribbean Jewry A selection of titles pertaining to and produced by Jews living in Latin America & the Caribbean. These books are just a few of the extremely large and diverse selection of materials on this subject held in the Price Library of Judaica.

PAGE 54

Hassan, Aristides Ivan Holocausto en Panama

PAGE 55

Behar, Ruth photographs by Humberto Mayol An island called home : returning to Jewish Cuba 2007

PAGE 56

Lerner, Ira T. Mexican Jewry in the land of the Aztecs : a guide 1965

PAGE 58

La cocina juda en las fiestas 1990

PAGE 59

Florida Materials pertaining to the Jews of Florida: their history and cultural life. The Price Library of Judaica is a regional center of excellence for such resources.

PAGE 60

Bramson, Seth L'chaim! : the history of the Jewish community of greater Miami 2008

PAGE 61

Congregation Schaarai Zedek, 1894 1994. 1994

PAGE 63

Levenson, Claire B. Temple Israel of Tallahassee, Florida, 1937 1987 1987

PAGE 64

Miami Beach Jewish omnibus Issued by: Jewish Cultural Club

PAGE 65

The Rev. Benjamin Safer was the first Rabbi to the orthodox Jewish community of Jacksonville, Florida. Born and raised in Lithuania, the son of a learned scholar and scribe, Benjamin Safer moved to the United States at the beginning of the 20 th century at the request of the Jacksonville community. In addition to his rabbinical duties, Safer also acted as the community cantor, kosher butcher and mohel. Price Library of Judaica by his grandson, Edwin Safer.

PAGE 66

Oppenheimer, Dawson Keepers of the Fifth Commandment : the River Garden story : a fifty year history of River Garden Hebrew Home for the Aged 1946 1996 1996

PAGE 67

Additional items online in the University of Florida Digital Collections within the Judaica Digital Collection http://ufdc.ufl.edu/judaica (copyright www.facsimile editions.com)



PAGE 1

Treasures from the Isser & Rae Price Library of Judaica

PAGE 2

History of the Price Library of Judaica With holdings of over 90,000 volumes, the Isser and Rae Price Library of Judaica at the University of Florida, is considered the foremost Jewish studies research collection in the southeastern United States. In terms of many of its scarce late 19th to early 20th century imprints, it ranks among the top 20 academic libraries in the world. Furthermore, many thousands of its titles in Hebrew and Yiddish are held by less than 10 libraries in the United States. The Library was built on the core collection of Rabbi Leonard C. Mishkin of Chicago which, at the time of its acquisition in 1977, was the largest personal library of Judaica and Hebraica in the United States. The range and depth of Mishkin's collection was described by Harvard Bibliographer Charles Berlin as "superb". The UF Libraries received the first National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant awarded to a United States Research Library in order to partially underwrite Rabbi Leonard C. Florida Quality Improvement Funds.

PAGE 3

Formally dedicated in March 1981, the Library was named for Isser and Rae Price, whose sons, Jack and Samuel Price of Jacksonville, Florida, established a fund to support sustained development of its collections. The Price family gift was the largest single gift ever made to the libraries at that time, and it was the first time that a special collection in the University Library had been endowed.

PAGE 4

Scarce Imprints The Isser and Rae Price Library of Judaica owns a large collection of scarce imprints, mostly from the late 19 th to early 20 th century. In this regard, the Price Library ranks among the top 20 academic Judaica research libraries in the world.

PAGE 5

Birnbaum, Uriel Moses Ein biblischer Zyklus in nfzig Bildern 1924

PAGE 8

Kvitko, Leib Foyglen 1983

PAGE 9

Bereshit 1926

PAGE 10

Raskin, Saul Between God and man : Hebrew rhapsody in 100 drawings 1959

PAGE 13

Home -through the "vale of tears." 1949?

PAGE 15

Haggadot The Price Library of Judaica holds hundreds of Haggadot for Passover. In addition to rare and special editions like the ones in this case, the Library holds a wide range of specimens from around the world and from many time periods.

PAGE 16

drawings by Leonard Baskin A Passover Haggadah 1974 copy includes personal annotations of the Price family

PAGE 20

Agam, Yaakov The Agam Haggadah 1993

PAGE 23

Abravanel, Isaac 1712

PAGE 25

Ephemera The Price Library of Judaica boasts a range of hard to find and unusual ephemeral materials, including pamphlets, catalogs, calendars, reports etc.,

PAGE 26

Matmor, Yoram 1951

PAGE 27

Chagy, Berel Hebrew Liturgy Cantor

PAGE 28

Duda, Eugeniusz Old Jewish postcards from Marek Sosenko's collection 1998

PAGE 29

(Twelve) from the Soviet underground. Catalog of an exhibition held at the Judah L. Magnes Museum, Berkeley, CA 1976.

PAGE 31

Ausubel, Nathan Jewish culture in America : weapon for Jewish survival and progress 1948

PAGE 32

Periodicals & Series One of the key collecting strengths of the Price Library of Judaica is the range and depth of its periodicals. The Library has over 500 current titles and an equal number of discontinued titles, many of which are now scarce.

PAGE 33

Di prese : yoyvl numer Buenos Aires, Argentina 1928 The hardcopy of this jubilee edition is held by the Price Library of Judaica and New York Public Library.

PAGE 34

Subbota St. Petersburg, Russia 1913 A Jewish Russian literary magazine. The Price Library of Judaica has the only copy in libraries worldwide (WorldCat).

PAGE 35

Yedaam Journal of the Israel Folklore Society Tel Aviv, Israel 2009

PAGE 36

Zeglen Buenos Aires, Argentina 1925

PAGE 37

Festschriften & Memorial Books formed the core collection of the Price Library of Judaica was its large and important selection of festschriften (jubilee volumes) and memorial books (yizkor books or yizker buchen). The Library actively continues to acquire such volumes.

PAGE 38

Eckstein, A. (Adolf) Festschrift zur Einweihung der neuen Synagoge in Bamberg 1910 This book commemorates the dedication of the synagogue in 1910. The synagogue was burned to the ground during Kristallnacht (the infamous Nazi attack on Jewish property in Germany, November 9, 1938).

PAGE 40

Sefer yizkor li kehilat Ogustov 1966

PAGE 41

Augustow is a district town in the Bialystok province of Poland. There were five synagogues in Augustow by the beginning of the 20 th century; Isser Price and his family were among the c.2,000 Jewish residents in the early part of the century. Nearly all of the Jews living in Augustow perished during the Holocaust.

PAGE 45

Extermination of Jews in the Rzeszw Region : album of remembrance 2009

PAGE 46

Land of Israel Studies A range of titles dealing with the wide subject area covered by Land of Israel Studies. These titles cover pre 1948 Palestine as well as modern day Israel. The Price Library of Judaica is rich in such resources.

PAGE 47

Feasts & Festivals in Israel 1951

PAGE 49

Israel Reborn 1951

PAGE 50

Picturesque Palestine, Sinai, and Egypt Ed. Colonel Wilson ; assisted by the most eminent Palestine explorers, etc. ; with numerous engravings on steel and wood from original drawings by Harry Fenn and J. D. Woodward. 1881 1884

PAGE 51

Joselevich, Moiss Jornadas pioneras: apuntes para una historia del movimiento jalutziano de Amrica Latina 1957

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Latin American & Caribbean Jewry A selection of titles pertaining to and produced by Jews living in Latin America & the Caribbean. These books are just a few of the extremely large and diverse selection of materials on this subject held in the Price Library of Judaica.

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Hassan, Aristides Ivan Holocausto en Panama

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Behar, Ruth photographs by Humberto Mayol An island called home : returning to Jewish Cuba 2007

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Lerner, Ira T. Mexican Jewry in the land of the Aztecs : a guide 1965

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La cocina juda en las fiestas 1990

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Florida Materials pertaining to the Jews of Florida: their history and cultural life. The Price Library of Judaica is a regional center of excellence for such resources.

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Bramson, Seth L'chaim! : the history of the Jewish community of greater Miami 2008

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Congregation Schaarai Zedek, 1894 1994. 1994

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Levenson, Claire B. Temple Israel of Tallahassee, Florida, 1937 1987 1987

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Miami Beach Jewish omnibus Issued by: Jewish Cultural Club

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The Rev. Benjamin Safer was the first Rabbi to the orthodox Jewish community of Jacksonville, Florida. Born and raised in Lithuania, the son of a learned scholar and scribe, Benjamin Safer moved to the United States at the beginning of the 20 th century at the request of the Jacksonville community. In addition to his rabbinical duties, Safer also acted as the community cantor, kosher butcher and mohel. Price Library of Judaica by his grandson, Edwin Safer.

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Oppenheimer, Dawson Keepers of the Fifth Commandment : the River Garden story : a fifty year history of River Garden Hebrew Home for the Aged 1946 1996 1996

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