Cincinnati: H.U.C. Journal Pub. Co., 1898. paperback. Item #41666
1st edition. Original paper wrappers. 8vo, pp. , 116-184 [70 pages total]. Special issue, “The Isaac M. Wise Number.” Includes cover photograph of Isaac. M. Wise. Singerman S137 “Isaac Mayer Wise was America's outstanding Jew and leading rabbi during the 19th Century. His major achievements were the establishment of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations in 1873, the Hebrew Union College in 1875, and the Central Conference of American Rabbis in 1889.” (JewishVirtualLibrary.org) Contents: Isaac M. Wise,- an Acrostic, by Rabbi Harry Weis; Race-and-Class-Distinctions.- Historically and Psychologically Considered, by Rabbi Joseph Krauskopf; What We Stand For and By, by Rabbi Moses Perez Jacobson; The Economy of Nature- A Suggestion from Psalm VIII, by Rabbi Edward N. Calisch ; American Judaism from the Standpoint of the Constructionist, by Rabbi Charles S. Levi; The Rabbi- His Literary Activity, by Rabbi Clifton Harby Levi; The Foremost Leader in American Judaism- To Whom Belongs the Title?, by Rabbi Samuel Hirschberg; A Danger and a Duty Suggested by the Zionistic Agitation, by Rabbi Leo M. Franklin; The Jews in New England, by Rabbi Charles Fleischer; Editorial Department; Consistency, by Rabbi Abram Simon; A True Conception of Life, by Rabbi George Solomon; A National Jewish Tourist’s Association, by Rabbi Harry Levi; The Defense of the Talmud- A Chapter out of the Life of Isaac M. Wise, by Rabbi Louis Grossmann; Definition, by Rabbi Abram J. Messing; Our Annual Celebration. SUBJECT(S): Universities and colleges -- United States – Periodicals--Jewish college students.: OCLC: 30442230, OCLC lists 10 holdings of the journal worldwide, many incomplete. NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH THE HEBREW UNION COLLEGE ANNUAL OR THE HEBREW UNION COLLEGE MONTHLY, WHICH ARE DIFFERENT JOURNALS. Wrappers have some edgewear, especially at spine. Internally clean copy. Good Condition Overall. Scarce (AMR-68-13-D).