Bibliography of

North American Jewish Community Books



  1. A guide to Jewish history sources in the History Library of the Western Reserve Historical Society – compiled by John J. Grabowski, Lucinda K. Arnold; edited by Kermit J. Pike, Cleveland, OH, The Society, 1983
  2. A journal of the early years of Masada, Young Men's Zionist Organization of America: 1928-1933 –Joseph M. Papo. Cleveland, OH, The Organization, 1994
  3. Congregation Ohev Tzedek-Shaarei Torah: 50th anniversary, 1925-1975 – Youngstown, OH, The Congregation, 1975
  4. German-Jewish orthodoxy in an immigrant synagogue: Cincinnati's New Hope Congregation and the ambiguities of ethnic religion – Benny Kraut. New York, NY, M. Wiener Pub., 1988
  5. Guide to Jewish Cleveland: a service of the Cleveland Jewish news & the Jewish Information Service of the Jewish Community Federation – Cleveland, OH, The Federation, 197-
  6. History of the Jews of Cleveland – Lloyd P. Gartner, Cleveland, OH, Western Reserve Historical Society in cooperation with the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland, 1987
  7. History of the Jews of Greater Youngstown, 1865-1990 – Irving E. Ozer, 1994
  8. Inside looking out: the Cleveland Jewish Orphan Asylum, 1868-1924 – Gary Edward Polster. Kent, OH, Kent State University Press, 1990
  9. Jewish families in Greater Cleveland – Howard Whipple Green., Cleveland, OH, Cleveland Health Council, 1939
  10. Jewish farmer in America: the unknown chronicle – Jacob L. Ornstein-Galicia. Lewiston, NY, E. Mellen Press, 1992
  11. Jews and Judaism in a Midwestern Community Columbus – Marc Lee Raphael, Ohio Historical Society 1979
  12. 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
  13. Merging traditions: Jewish life in Cleveland: a contemporary narrative, 1945-1975, a pictorial record, 1839-1975 – Sidney Z. Vincent and Judah Rubinstein, Cleveland, OH, Western Reserve Historical Society, 1978
  14. Mt. Vernon Avenue - Jewish Businesses in a Changing Neighborhood - 1918-1999
  15. Papa was a farmer – Brenda Weisberg Meckler; with illustrations by Marcia Erickson. Chapel Hill, NC, Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill; Dallas, TX, Taylor Pub. Co., 1988
  16. Sephardic life in Cincinnati, 1906-1976: a synopsis – Isaac Yerushalmi. Cincinnati, OH, Sephardic Beth Shalom Congregation, 1976
  17. Temple Israel - 1865-1953 – Summit Co, no date or place
  18. The Jews of Cincinnati – Jonathan D. Sarna and Nancy H. Klein, Cincinnati, OH, Center for Study of the American Jewish Experience, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, 1989
  19. The time of My Life – Maurice (M. D. ) Portman
  20. The Western journal of Isaac Mayer Wise, 1877 – edited by William M. Kramer; foreword by Glenn S. Dumke; pref. by Moses Rischin. Berkeley, CA, Western Jewish History Center, Magnes Museum, 1974