The American Sephardi: Journal of The Sephardic Studies Program of Yeshiva University. Autumn 1971-5732, Volume V, No. 1-2, Double Issue.

New York: Yeshiva University, 1971. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, frontispiece photo, 149 pp., b/w photos and illustrations. Very Good. Item #47435

Articles are "A Hollander Interviews Rabbi Dr. David de Sola Pool on Thanksgiving Day, 1928," A. van Son, "The Historical Significance of Sephardic Judaism in 17th Century Amsterdam," Richard H. Popkin, "The Merger of the Sephardic and Ashkenazic Congregations of Venice," Abraham A. Piattelli, "'Leha Dodi': Hispanic Origin and Spanish Translations," H.P. Salomon, "A 'Grandee' from Quebec, Abraham Joseph (1815-1886)," Annette R. Wolff, "The 'Real' Ladino," Haim Vidal Sephiha, "What's in A Name," editors, "Sephardi Terminology," H.P. Salomon, "Shahar Abekesha" - Selomoh Ibn Gabirol, translated by Israel Zangwill, "Me'am Lo'ez," the language Corner, "Sephardic Philately," editors, "The Triumph of 'Shearith Israel," Rev. Dr. Louis C. Gerstein, "A Lyrical Excursion into Sephardic Gastronomy," Rev. Abraham Lopes Cardozo, "The Restoration of the Temple Service: A Sephardic Approach," Rev. Harris Guedalia, "'Progress,: Seattle's Sephardic Monthly," Rev. Marc D. Angel.

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