Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Contributions||Wiernik, Peter, 1865-1936., Wiernik, Bertha, 1884-1951.|
|LC Classifications||CD3409.N5 Y476 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||91114024|
Writer and translator Bertha Wiernik, the younger sister of American journalist and essayist Peter Wiernik by nineteen years, was born to Hirsch Wolf and Sarah Rachel (Milchiger) Wiernik in Vilna, Lithuania, on Ma Her father was a maggid [itinerant preacher], and her mother was a merchant. Wiernik arrived in the United States in. Similar Items. An inventory to the Peter Wiernik and Bertha Wiernik collection (): records of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee () Published: () Panorama of ancient letters; four and a half centuries of Hebraica and Judaica; bibliographical notes and descriptions of 1, rare books and manuscripts, forming a part of the Mitchell M. Kaplan collection. An inventory to the Peter Wiernik and Bertha Wiernik collection, Records of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, : Yeshiva University: Libros en Format: Encuadernación desconocida, A Century of Hebraica at the Library of Congress A Century of Hebraica at the Library of Congress T H E J E W I S H Q U A R T E R LY R E V I E W, Vol. , No. 1 (Winter ) BRAD SABIN HILL George Washington University, Washington, D.C. Words Like Sapphires: Years of Hebraica at the Library of Congress,
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