A Treasury of Jewish Letters: Letters from the Famous and the Humble - Vol. 1

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Grateful acknowledgment is made and special thanks are due to the following authors, translators, holders of copyrights and publishers for permission to use their publications (indicated below and in the Bibliography), for the reproduction of letters and other material listed in the Bibliography:
William Foxwell Albright:
1. The Oldest Hebrew Letters: the Lachish Ostraca, in the Bulletin of the American School of Oriental Research, 1938.
2. A re-examination of the Lachish Letters, ibid., 1939.
3. The Lachish Letters after five years, ibid., 1941.
George Allen & Unwin, London: The Correspondence of Spinoza, translated and edited by A. Wolf.
Behrman House Inc., New York: The Memoirs of Glückel of Hameln, translated with Introduction and Notes by Marvin Lowenthal.
The Clarendon Press, Oxford:
1. Aramaic Papyri of the Fifth Century B.C., edited with translation and notes by A. Cowley.
2. The Jews in Egypt and Palestine under the Fatimid Caliphs, by Jacob Mann .
Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning, Philadelphia:
1. 'Jewish Quarterly Review':
a. Hartwig Hirschfeld, The Arabic Portion of the Cairo Genizah, O.S. XVI, 1904.
b. L. M. Simmons, The Letter of Consolation of Maimun ben Joseph, O.S. II, 1890.
c. Moses Maimonides, A Letter to the Jews of South Arabia, entitled 'The Inspired Hope,' translated by Sabato Morais, N.S. XXV, 1934-35.
d. Joseph Ezobi's Silver Bowl, translated by J. Friedmann, O.S. VIII, 1895
e. E. N. Adler, A Letter of Menasseh ben Israel, O.S. XVI, 1904.
f. Testament of Leb Norden, O.S. IV, 1892.
g. S. Schechter, An unknown Khazar Document, N.S. III.
2. The Life and Works of Moses Hayyim Luzzatto, by Simon Ginzburg.
Henry George Farmer: Maimonides on Listening to Music, from the Responsa of Moses ben Maimon, Medieval-Jewish Tracts on Music, Bearsden, 1941.

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