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Works Cited "A Brief History of the JTSA."


  • Jewish Theological Seminary of America Homepage. Online. World-Wide Web. 26 Mar. 1997.

  • A short history of the development of the JTSA supplied on their homepage at
    http://www.JTSA.edu.
  • Freudenheim, Tom L., Illuminated Hebrew Manuscripts, 1993, 2-13.

  • This is the Introduction to a catologue listing the manuscripts on display at a 1993 exhibition of the JTSA's manuscripts collection. The pamphlet is without publisher or date of publication.
  • "JTSA Library: A History." Jewish Theological Seminary of America Homepage. Online. World-Wide Web. 26 Mar. 1997.

  • A history of the development of the library at the JTSA and of the building up of the manuscript collection. Supplied at the JTSA homepage, at:
    http://www.JTSA.edu/library/library/history.html.
  • Special Collections: Jewish Theological Seminary of America. New York, [1990]. 28-31.

  • This is the JTSA's own pamphlet on the library holdings there. No place of publication or publisher is noted. The date (1990), is assumed due to the fact that I have the last two catalogs published and the last one was in released in 1996.
  • Weeren-Griek, Hans van, Illuminated Hebrew Manuscripts. , 1993. 1.

  • This is the preface from a pamphlet handed out at a 1993 exhibition of the JTSA's manuscript and rare book collection. The pamphlet is without publisher or place of publication.
  • Weiner, Rickey, ed. The Library: Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Michael Goldberg Assosciates: New York, 1996.

  • This is a pamphlet distributed freely at the JTSA library.
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Site Author: Aaron Herman, Project for "Introduction to Medieval History", Fordham University, Spring 1997

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