3 edition of Ephraim Deinard found in the catalog.
by Library of Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, Ohio
Written in English
|Statement||by Simcha Berkowitz.|
|LC Classifications||Hebr Fiche 103|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||2008582751|
A century ago, New York philanthropist Jacob H. Schiff purchased an initial collection of nea Hebrew books and pamphlets from bibliophile and book dealer Ephraim Deinard for the Library of Congress. This gift formed the nucleus of what is today one of the world’s greatest collections of Hebraic materials and Judaica, comprising some , items. Ephraim Deinard () was one of the greatest Hebrew "bookmen" of all time. He was a bookseller, bibliographer, publicist, polemicist, historian, memoirist, author, editor, and publisher, all rolled into one.. Deinard produced some 70 volumes whose subjects range from Jewish history and antiquities (especially of the Crimea, Russia, America, and The Holy Land), to treatises against.
It remained with the book dealer for a time, then was sold to a famous collector, Ephraim Deinard, whose nea books and pamphlets were eventually sold, in various stages, to the Library of Congress between and In Stern's estimation, since Jewish printing began in the late 15th century, more than 4, editions of the. Coins of the Jews, a book about the history of Jewish coinage with illustrations, pictures and a plate of Alphabet by Samuel Raffaeli (Raffalovich) and a preface "Torah MiZion" by the publisher Ephraim Deinard. Printed by Halevi Zuckerman (picture of illustrations and coins: Levy & Co.), Jerusalem, Hebrew and English. The first Hebrew book recording the history of Eretz-Israeli coins.
Physical Description Only edition. 16 pp. front wrapper bound in, quarto, mm., light age staining, wide margins. A very good copy bound in later boards. Detail Description Anti-Zionist (new) and related polemic. Ephraim Deinard, (–), bibliographer and Hebrew author was born in Sasmakken, Latvia, Deinard wandered in his youth, collecting ancient manuscripts and books in many. His chief enemy, Ephraim Deinard, emerges from Meir’s summary as a very unattractive character, yet worthy of a biography of his own. Meir undermines aspects of Dan’s argument that rely on Deinard, whose polemics against Rodkinson were probably no more accurate than his attacks on other notable figures like Hillel Zeitlin or Eliezer ben.
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Catalogue of the old Hebrew manuscripts and printed books of the library of the Hon. Mayer Sulzberger of Philadelphia. Ephraim Deinard, (–), bibliographer and Hebrew author was born in Sasmakken, Latvia, Deinard wandered in his youth, collecting ancient manuscripts and books in many countries, and then established a bookshop in Odessa.
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It is A Prospectus of the Library of Ephraim Deinard, A list of Jewish antiquities depicting the "History of Religion" on Exhibit at the Smithsonian Institute. I apologize but I know nothing about the contents of any of these books, the photos will have to suffice.
"Ephraim Deinard (–) was one of the greatest Hebrew "bookmen" of all time. He was a bookseller, bibliographer, publicist, polemicist, historian, memoirist, author, editor, and. Some of the expected authors are there, Krochmal, Sholem Aleichem, Ephraim Deinard, Bialik, Levinson but also many authors which not be expected.
Some of these include R. Abraham Isaac Kook, R. Yehuda Aryeh De Modena, and R. Haim Hirschensohn. Somehow, Joseph Klasuner's book on Jesus, titled ישו הנוצרי makes a showing more than once as.
DEINARD, EPHRAIM (–), bibliographer and Hebrew author. Born in Sasmakken, Latvia, Deinard wandered in his youth, collecting ancient manuscripts and books in many countries, and then established a bookshop in Odessa.
In he tried unsuccessfully to found an. Harvard University has acquired the library of Ephraim Deinard, father-in-law of Rabbi Mendel Silber, both of New Orleans.
One of the largest, most complete and most valuable collections of Hebrew. (–) Jewish bookseller, bibliographer, and ting from Latvia to the US inDeinard was essential in building many Jewish book collections.
He. The short answer, of course, is that it entered the Library of Congress as part of the “ Deinard Collection,” Deinard being Ephraim Deinard (), that nigh legendary book-seller who traveled the world in search of the rare and unusual, and whose collections, thanks to the generosity of Jewish philanthropist Jacob H.
Schiff (), became the basis for the Library’s nascent Hebraic Section in The Ephraim Deinard Collection: In andJacob H. Schiff, a New York financier and philanthropist purchased two Hebraic collections for the Library of Congress that had been assembled by book seller and bibliographer Ephraim Deinard.
Two additional collections were acquired from Deinard in and Its beginnings can be traced to Jacob H. Schiff’s gift in of nea books and pamphlets from the private collection of Ephraim Deinard, a well-known bibliographer and bookseller. The first Deinard Collection included material from more than localities and spanned four and a half centuries.
Ephraim Deinard (–) was one of the greatest Hebrew "bookmen" of all time. He was a bookseller, bibliographer, publicist, polemicist, historian, memoirist, author, editor, and. Bookseller, bibliographer, publicist, polemicist, historian, and memoirist, Latvian-born Ephraim Deinard () was one of the greatest Hebrew bookmen of all time, and played a significant role in the building of nearly every major Hebraica research collection in America early in the 20th century.
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An elegy on the Herzl's death induring the publication of the book. Ephraim Deinard , bibliographer, historian, and polemicist. One of the greatest bibliographers of the modern age. Known as a provocative author who wrote indiscriminately and with no inhibitions in criticism of people widely regarded as authority figures.
The next large Judaica collection was acquired in with the purchase of a torah case and Sukkah ornaments from Ephraim Deinard, bibliophile, Hebrew author and independent book dealer.
A native of Latvia, Deinard immigrated to the United States in ByDeinard had amassed a large collection of Judaica from Europe and the Middle East.According to Ephraim Deinard, most novellae never traveled across the Atlantic: “Nearly all of the books that were printed in America have remained there, and they have never been seen in .Many scholars translate this as "Ephraim".
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