Bibliography of

North American Jewish Community Books

Illinois

 

  1. A guide to Jewish Chicago (including Illinois and Northern Indiana) Manuel Silver, Chicago, IL, 1974
  2. A Jewish-Chicago records survey: guide to the records of the Jewish community institutions of West Rogers Park, Chicago, Illinois Irwin M. Berent and Joy Liljegren, Chicago, IL, Asher Library, Spertus College of Judaica, 1984
  3. Bridges to an American city: a guide to Chicago's Landsmanshaften, 1870 to 1990 Sidney Sorkin. New York, NY, P. Lang, 1993
  4. Chicago and its Jews; a cultural history Philip Pollack Bregstone, with an introduction by Julian W. Mack. Chicago, IL, Priv. pub. 1933
  5. Guide to Jewish Chicago, American Jewish Congress editor, Manuel Silver, assit. editor, Rivian Flack, Chicago, IL, The Congress, 1976
  6. History of the Jews of Chicago edited by Hyman L. Meites; new introduction by James R. Grossman; foreword by Thomas R. Meites and Jerome B. Meites. Chicago, IL, Chicago Jewish Historical Society, Wellington Pub, 1990
  7. Marriage ceremonial book with marriage records, 1899-1919, Contains marriages at Kalamazoo and Grand Junction, Michigan, 1899; Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1902-1904; Bloomington, Taylorville and Chicago, Illinois, 1905-1907; Cincinnati, Ohio, 1908; New York, 1908-1909, 1919 Leo Mannheimer, Salt Lake City, UT, Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977
  8. Maxwell Street: survival in a bazaar Ira Berkow; special photos. by Walter Iooss, Jr, Garden City, NY, Doubleday, 1977
  9. Rodfei Zedek: the first hundred years Carole Krucoff; foreword by Ralph Simon, Chicago, IL, Congregation Rodfei Zedek, 1976
  10. The Illinois-Iowa Jewish community on the banks of the Mississippi river Oscar Fleishaker. 1957
  11. The Jews of Chicago: from shtetl to suburb by Irving Cutler, Urbana, IL, University of Illinois Press, 1996
  12. The Sentinel's history of Chicago Jewry, 1911-1961 Chicago, IL, 1961? Related Titles: History of Chicago Jewry, 1911-1961
  13. The South Side: the racial transformation of an American neighborhood Louis Rosen, Chicago, IL, Ivan R. Dee, 1999