Building Jerusalem: Jewish Architecture in Britain. Sharman Kadish, edited an.

Building Jerusalem: Jewish Architecture in Britain.

London: Vallentine Mitchell, 1996. Softbound. Quarto, glossy paper covers, xvi, 231 pp., b/w photos, drawings and plans, index. Very Good. Item #55246
ISBN: 0853033099

Articles are "Between Europe and the New World: Britain's Place in Synagogue Architecture," Carol Herselle Krinsky, "Building Jerusalem in the 'Islands of the Sea': The Archaeology of Medieval Anglo-Jewry," Raphael M.J. Isserlin, "Compromising Traditions in Eighteenth-Century London: The Architecture of the Great Synagogue, Duke's Place," Clarence Epstein, "Synagogue Bodies: Building Policy and Conservation Issues," Edward Jamilly, "'Eden in Albion': A History of the 'Mikveh' in Britain," Kadish, "Jewish Cemeteries in the West of England," Bernard Susser, "'Four Per Cent Philanthropy': Social Architecture foe East London Jewry, 1850-1914," Lesley Fraser, "'All Manner of Workmanship': Interior Decoration in British Synagogues," Jamilly, "Alternative Uses for 'Redundant' Synagogues," Stephen Rosenberg.

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