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LOT 19:

(AMERICAN JUDAICA)Group of 20 volumes, comprising: Speeches, Sermons, and Essays from the Classical Reform Movement.

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Group of 20 volumes, comprising: Speeches, Sermons, and Essays from the Classical Reform Movement.

1. David Philipson. A Holiday Sheaf: Sermons for New Year’s Day and the Day of Atonement. Cincinnati, (1900). Inscribed: “Complements of the author.” 2. David Philipson. Five Lectures on Cuneiform Discovers. Cincinnati, 1889. 3. Congregation Bene Israel. Dr. Philipson’s Jubilee, 1888-1938. Cincinnati, 1938. 4. Abraham J. Feldman. We Jews, and Other Addresses. Hartford, 1927. Inscribed: “With author’s compliments.” 5. Abraham J. Feldman. “Our Message to the Future.” Hartford, 1933. 6. Kaufmann Kohler. Memorial Address in Honor of Jacob H. Schiff. (Cincinnati), 1921. 7. Kaufmann Kohler. Guide for Instruction in Judaism. New York, 1900. 8. Joseph Krauskopf. Jesus--Man or God? Cincinnati, 1911. Signed by William Rosenau. 9. Joseph Krauskopf. Sunday Lectures Delivered Before the Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel. Philadelphia, n.d. 10. Israel Bettan. The Truth Seeker: His Temper and Method. (Cincinnati), 1924. 11. Bernhard Deutsch. The Theory of Oral Tradition. Cincinnati, 1896. 12. David Starr Jordan and Stephen S. Wise. Two sermons from the Free Synagogue Pulpit. New York, 1915. 13. Leo Franklin. “Our Fallen Heroes,” a Sermon. Detroit, 1899. 14. Joseph Stolz. In the Dark, a Sermon. (Chicago), 1911. 15. Judah Magnes. Amnesty for Political Prisoners. New York, 1919. 16. Israel I. Mattuck. The Use of Armistice Day. (London), 1931. 17. Harry Mayer. The Truth About the Russian Government and the Ritual Murder Trial. Kansas City, 1913. 18. Henry Berkowitz. Judaism on the Social Question. New York, 1888. 19. Multiple authors. A Historic Jewish Banquet in the City of New York. New York, 1901. 20. Multiple authors. Jew and Gentile, a Report of a Conference of Israelites and Christians Regarding Their Mutual Relations and Welfare. Cincinnati, (1890).
Ex-library, most library bound. Various sizes.
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