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Papers, 1871-1893.

Author: Solomon H Sonneschein
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Papers consist of correspondence relating to congregational, educational, rabbinical, scientific, and literary questions as well as personal and family matters. Correspondents include Bernard Felsenthal, Max Heller, Kaufmann Kohler, Alexander Kohut, Joseph Krauskopf, Isaac S. Moses, Morris Newberger, David Philipson, Benjamin Szold, Isaac M. Wise, and Leo Wise.
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Genre/Form: Personal correspondence
Named Person: Bernhard Felsenthal; Max Heller; Kaufmann Kohler; Alexander Kohut; Joseph Krauskopf; Isaac S Moses; David Philipson; Benjamin Szold; Isaac Mayer Wise; Leo Wise; Leo Wise; Isaac Mayer Wise; Benjamin Szold; David Philipson; Isaac S Moses; Joseph Krauskopf; Alexander Kohut; Max Heller; Bernhard Felsenthal
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Solomon H Sonneschein
OCLC Number: 70952519
Language Note: In English, German, and Hebrew.
Notes: This entry replaces MS 67-1024.
Description: .8 linear ft.

Abstract:

Papers consist of correspondence relating to congregational, educational, rabbinical, scientific, and literary questions as well as personal and family matters. Correspondents include Bernard Felsenthal, Max Heller, Kaufmann Kohler, Alexander Kohut, Joseph Krauskopf, Isaac S. Moses, Morris Newberger, David Philipson, Benjamin Szold, Isaac M. Wise, and Leo Wise.

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