Sephardic Jews : history, religion and people / Ron D. Hart.
Ron Duncan Hart 1941- authorBook
The legends of the Jews / by Louis Ginzberg
translated from the German manuscript by Henrietta Szold.
Szold, Henrietta, 1860-1945
Cohen, Boaz, 1899-1968
Jewish Publication Society of America
Philadelphia : Jewish Publication Society of America
Volume 7 index.
Copy 1(S) of v. 4 was: 53 B 941.
Copies 1-2 of v. 6 were: 23 V 14224.
v. 4. Bible times and characters from Joshua to Esther. 1936, c1913.
v. 6. Notes to volumes III and IV: from Moses in the wilderness to Esther. 1939, c1928.
v. 7. Index by Boaz Cohen. 1938.
2 v. (v. 4, 6)
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