Softcover, Providence, R.I. Rhode Island Jewish Historical Association, 1990. Good with No dust jacket as issued.
Binding is fundamentally sound, although the title page, which is present, has detached owing to slight brittleness of binding glue. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have light handling wear. Contents: Grossfield, A theory of American life: formation of secular identity and community among Providence Jews. Ida Katherine Colitz: a Providence Jewish clubwoman's diary. Horvitz and Foster, Jewish farmers in Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts. 200th anniversary of the George Washington letter. Elkin, Jews and the encounter with the New World. Jagolinzer and Weiss, My life in Providence. Horvitz, Harry S. Beck and other Jewish printers. Berstein, The Pawtucket-Central Falls chapter of Hadassah: the first ten years. Goldowsky, Reflections and recollections: my father and the early labor movement in Rhode Island. Goldowsky, Bibliographical notes. Thirty-sixth annual meeting of the association. Necrology. Errata and addenda. Funds and bequests. Life members of the association. ; 9.0" tall; 154 pages.