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‘AVODAT HA-KODESH = THE SYNAGOGUE SERVICE [TWO VOLUME SET] by  Henry S Jacobs - Hardcover - 1889 - from Dan Wyman Books (SKU: 31399)

‘AVODAT HA-KODESH = THE SYNAGOGUE SERVICE [TWO VOLUME SET]

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‘AVODAT HA-KODESH = THE SYNAGOGUE SERVICE [TWO VOLUME SET]

by Jacobs, Henry S

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New York; Baltimore: Press Of I. Friedenwald. 1889. Amr4, heb3, liturgy2. (ja) . Quarter Leather. 12mo. [2], 365, [8]; [3], 599, [8] pages. 19 cm. First edition. Hebrew and English on opposite pages. High Holidays Mahzor. Two Volumes: Volume1: New Year's service - Volume 2: Day of Atonement service. ‘Synagogue Service. Arranged for the Congregation b'nai Jeshurun of New York by Henry S. Jacobs, Minister of the Congregation. ’ “Jacobs prepared this Hebrew-English liturgy for his synagogue, Bnai Jeshurun of New York. ” (Goldman, Hebrew Printing in America, entry # 80) . “Henry S. Jacobs was born in 1827 in Kingston, Jamaica. He served there as a rabbi and, after immigrating to America in 1854, in Richmond, Charleston, Augusta, New Orleans and New York (Bnai Jeshurun) . He was the first president of the Board of Jewish Ministers and the vice president of the New York chapter of the Alliance Israelite Universelle. He died in 1893.” (Goldman) . Bound in original quarter leather, with gilt title on spine. Singerman 3802. Subjects: Mahzor (Conservative, Jacobs) . High Holidays. English & Hebrew. Judaism - Liturgy - Texts. Mahzorim - Texts. Fast and feasts - Judaism - Texts. OCLC lists 9 copies. Front hinge starting and leather backstrip detached on volume one; back hinge starting on volume two; otherwise, very clean and fresh. Very good condition. (AMR-39-44) .

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31399
Title
‘AVODAT HA-KODESH = THE SYNAGOGUE SERVICE [TWO VOLUME SET]
Author
Jacobs, Henry S
Book condition
Used
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
New York; Baltimore: Press Of I. Friedenwald
Date published
1889
Keywords
Amr4, heb3, liturgy2. (ja), Judaica Jewish, Jewry Judaism, Juif Juives, Juden Judisch, Joden Judios, JEWS, Religious Religion, Americana Usa, HISTORY
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