Berlin, B. Cassirer, 1912. Cloth, 8vo, viii, 721 pages. 25 cm. In German with some Hebrew. SUBJECT(S): Jews. Philosophy, Jewish. This is Leo & Moses' Jung's copy, with their extensive margin notes, names, bookplate (Moses Jung), etc. Leo Jung was "one of the best-known spokesmen of neo-Orthodoxy in America." He was a board member of the Joint from 1928 on, appointed chair of the New York State Advisory Board for Kashrut Law Enforcement in 1935. "Jung was at one time identified with the Agudath Israel organziation, and was a member of it ssupreme council until 1929. He withdrew on account of its refusal to cooperate in the Jewish Agency for Palestine, of whose first counciel he became a member….Jung started the Jewish Library in 1928….His brother Moses (1891-1960) was….a prolific writer…[who] published several books on Jewish law, history, and education." (EJ, 1971, 10:471-2). Edgewear to boards, binding slightly loose. Good Condition. (RAB-60-1). Bookseller Inventory #
Title: JUDAICA: FESTSCHRIFT ZU HERMANN COHENS ...
Book Description 1912. Berlin, B. Cassirer, 1912. Cloth, 8vo, viii, 721 pages. 25 cm. In German with some Hebrew. SUBJECT(S): Jews. Philosophy, Jewish. Ex-library with usual markings. Wear to spine with tape used to hold it in place. Good Condition. (RAB-60-1). Bookseller Inventory # 36472