THE KU KLUX KLAN AND THE AMERICAN SPIRIT

Grossman, Rudolph

Published by [New York], Men's And The Women's Associations Of Temple Rodeph Sholom,, 1923
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1st Edition. Original Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 3 pages ; 22cm. Sermon preached by Rudolph Grossman, November 10th, 1923 at Temple Rodeph Shalom on the Corner of 63rd Street and Lexington Avenue, New York, on Saturday, November 10th 1923. "The Klu Klux Klan has grown to be a serious menace against which the manhood and the womanhood of America must raise its voice in outspoken and vehement protest , " Grossman preached in 1923, "It is not the Catholic, the Negro, and the Jew alone who are involved in what has come to be a national shame. The honor of Christendom is at stake. " Grossman was born in Vienna. "He was the son of Rabbi Ignatz Grossman and Nettie Rosenbaum Grossman, and was brought to this country in his childhood. In 1889 he was graduated at the head of his class from the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, Ohio After his graduation Dr. Grossman came to New York as associate rabbi of Temple Beth-El. He remained at Temple Beth-El for eight years, and went to Temple Rodeph Sholom in response to a unanimous call Dr. Grossman was president of the Jewish Religious School Union of New York and of the Board of Jewish Ministers and a member of the Commission on Jewish Religious Literature. He had served as vice-president and later as president of the Association of Reform Rabbis of New York." (JTA, 1927) "Congregation Rodeph Sholom is a Reform synagogue in New York City. Founded in 1842 by immigrants from the German lands, it is one of the oldest synagogues in the United States." (Wikipedia, 2016) OCLC lists just 1 copy worldwide (HUC). Hole punched with protective material around holes with no text loss. Creased. Some edgewear. Overall good+ condition. (AMR-49-28). Bookseller Inventory # 37647

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Title: THE KU KLUX KLAN AND THE AMERICAN SPIRIT

Publisher: [New York], Men's And The Women's Associations Of Temple Rodeph Sholom,

Publication Date: 1923

Binding: Paperback

Edition: 1st Edition

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