Книга: Philipson David «Studies in Jewish literature, issued in honor of Professor Kaufmann Kohler, president, Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio, on the occasion of his seventieth... May the tenth, nineteen hundred and thirteen»

Studies in Jewish literature, issued in honor of Professor Kaufmann Kohler, president, Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio, on the occasion of his seventieth... May the tenth, nineteen hundred and thirteen

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Philipson, David

(1862-1949)
   American Reform rabbi. He was born in Wabash, Indiana and served as a rabbi in Baltimore and Cincinnati. He was president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, and taught at the Hebrew Union College. His writings include The Reform Movement in Judaism, The Jew in English Fiction and My Life as an American Jew.

Источник: Philipson, David

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