- Author:Sydelle Kramer,Jenny Masur
- Publisher:Beacon Press (MA) (December 22, 1977)
- Pages:174 pages
- Subcategory:Family Relationships
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Kramer, Sydelle, and Jenny Masur, eds. Jewish Grandmothers (1976). Secondary Sources-Books. Baum, Charlotte, Paula Hyman, and Sonya Michel. The Jewish Woman in America (1976). Marcus, Jacob Rader, ed. The American Jewish Woman: A Documentary History (1981). Prostitution and Prejudice: The Jewish Fight Against White Slavery, 1870–1939 (1983).
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Sydelle Kramer and Jenny Masur. Jewish grandmothers Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Stephanie'slist from stephanie dahl. stuff from Joe Schmoe. Are you sure you want to remove Jewish grandmothers from your list? Jewish grandmothers. Rothman, S. The watchmaker. Soskin, R. The hungry child. How they came, the passage to America: Moscowitz, P. The child immigrant. Govsky, K. Getting here the hard way. How they fared: Sharrow, A. The radical in exile.
Kramer, Sydelle, and Jenny Masur. Jewish Grandmothers: A Vibrant Generation of Women. Letter to Louis Ginsberg, 10 July 1954. Collection of the New York Public Library. The Big Book of Jewish Humor. Boston: Beacon, 1976. Novak, William, and Moshe Waldoks, eds. New York: Harper, 1981. A Bintel Brief: Sixty Years of Letters From the Lower East Side to the Jewish Daily Forward.