Title: Israel. A Frank Appraisal.
Publisher: Frank McCaffrey Publishers, Seattle
Publication Date: 1959
8.5" x 5.5". 141pp. Blue cloth, in dust wrapper. Lightly musty from storage, else near fine condition. VG+ jacket with some light soiling and wear. With many black & white photo illustrations. This copy signed and inscribed by the author to James and Theresa Stevens. Seattle author James Stevens is best known for popularizing the Paul Bunyan legends. Rabbi Raphael Levine served as chief rabbi and rabbi emeritus at the Temple de Hirsch in Seattle for 42 years. He was a prominent community leader who built communication and understanding between nationalities, races, and religions, and he received many humanitarian awards. He co-founded Camp Brotherhood, an ecumenical conference center near Mount Vernon and he authored several books. His life encompassed Czarist Russia, the immigrant experience, the London Blitz, the civil rights movement, and the ecumenical movement. The Seattle-King County Association of Realtors named Rabbi Levine First Citizen of 1976. Bookseller Inventory # 22103
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