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Through Their Eyes: Memories of Berkeley Hillel (SIGNED)

Frank, Ida

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ISBN 10: 094337653X / ISBN 13: 9780943376530
Published by Judah L. Magnes Museum; Berkeley, 1994
Condition: Fine Soft cover
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Judah L. Magnes Museum. Berkeley, CA. 1994. SIGNED First Edition Softbound in FINE Condition. SIGNED on dedication page: "All The Best-- Ida Frank," otherwise INTERIOR PRISTINE: clean, tight, bright. NOT inscribed or personalized. Suitable for gifting or collection. IDA FRANK (1916-1998), a retired social worker, wrote this book, a spinoff of her earlier book, "Vera Greenfeld: A Journey from Gadyach to Berkeley," a biography of the Ukrainian immigrant who founded the California Alliance of Jewish Women, a group instrumental in forming Berkeley Hillel. Book chronicles 66 years in the life of the college institution. ILLUSTRATED w/ black & white photos, Glossary & Index. Carefully shipped in secure parcel. Bookseller Inventory # 509575

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Title: Through Their Eyes: Memories of Berkeley ...

Publisher: Judah L. Magnes Museum; Berkeley

Publication Date: 1994

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Through these extensive interviews, author Ida Frank tells the history of Berkeley Hillel as remembered by the persons who have helped to make it what it is today. Since its beginnings in 1928, Berkeley Hillel has been a major focal point of Jewish student life on the University of California campus at Berkeley. The relatively calm student life of the 1930's and 1940's, the turbulence of the 1960's, and the challenge and variety of Jewish student life in more recent years-- all are recalled by rabbis, students, and community supporters who have been essential to Hillel's development. A study of the of the organization's new Reuthlinger Center building rounds out these recollections. The book is enriched by photographs of historic documents and Hillel leaders participants. Ida Frank is a retired Berkeley social worker active in Jewish and community affairs. She has previously published Vera Greenfeld: A Journey from Gadyach to Berkeley (1988), Magnes Museum)

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