Jewish Historical Studies, Volume 18 – 1953/55

Edited by -- Sarah Cohen, M.A., Ph.D

  • Don Pacifico (A.M. Hyamson)
  • Jacob Waley 1818-1873 (B.B. Benas)
  • Jewish history and archives (Sir H. Jenkinson)
  • Some English examples of medieval representation of Church and Synagogue (L. Edwards)
  • Israel Zangwill (J. Leftwich)
  • Francis Town of Bond Street (1738-1826) and his family, with further notes on early Anglo-Jewish artists (A. Rubens)
  • Anglo-Jewish silver (A.G. Grimwade)
  • Anglo-Jewish architects and architecture in 18th and 19th centuries (E. Jamilly)
  • 18th century Anglo-Jewry in and around Richmond, Surrey (Rachel Daiches-Dubens)
  • Portuguese Jews in Jacobean London (E.R. Samuel)
  • Anglo-Jewry and development of American Jewish Life 1775-1850 (J.J. Neusner)
  • Sir George Jessel (1824-1883) (I. Finestein)
  • Medieval sources for Anglo-Jewish history: the Problem of Publication (Sir H. Jenkinson)
  • Memorial Addresses: Albert Montefiore Hyamson (C. Roth); Redcliffe Nathan Salaman (J.W. Parkes)
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