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Group of two Banquet Journals, Young Israel of Brooklyn 1938; 1941

Only Edition - No copy NLI or Major Collections

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  • Lot Number 53909
  • Title (English) Group of two Banquet Journals,
  • Note Only Editions
  • Author Young Israel of Brooklyn
  • City Brooklyn
  • Publisher Young Israel of Brooklyn
  • Publication Date 1938; 1941
  • Estimated Price - Low 300
  • Estimated Price - High 600

  • Item # 2486207
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Physical Description:

Only editions, quarto, 275:215 mm. not paginated approximately 50 pp. each. Very good copies, gloss paper, wide margins, bound in original wrappers.

No copy NLI or Major Collections


Detailed Description:   

Only editions of two banquet journals of the Young Israel of Brooklyn's dinners held at the Knapp Mansion, located at 554 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn.

Young Israel is a synagogue-based Orthodox Judaism organization in the United States with a network of affiliated "Young Israel" synagogues. Young Israel was founded in 1912, in its earliest form, by a group of 15 young Jews on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Their goal was to make Orthodox Judaism more relevant to young Americanized Jews at a time when a significant Jewish education was rare, and most Orthodox institutions were Yiddish-speaking and oriented to an older, European Jewish demographic.

Today, Young Israel continues to promote Orthodox involvement of modern American Jews, while also advocating for the issues most relevant to its members, including support for Israel and Religious Zionism.


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