Softcover, Providence, R.I. Rhode Island Jewish Historical Association, 1992. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued.
Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have light handling wear. Contents: Carothers, Marking another anniversary: the diaspora of the Sephardic Jews. Rotenberg, Black-Jewish relations in eighteenth cenury Newport. Kusinitz, The contribution of Newport's colonial Jews to the American way of life. Horvitz and Foster, Summers along lower Narragansett Bay: Narragansett pier and nearby areas. Goldstein, Alone, a Jew is nothing - Jewish community in Providence in the middle to late nineteenth century. Editor emeritus Goldowsky honored by Brown University School of Medicine. Zurier, Sons of Zion Synaogue - memories. Golowsky, 100th anniversary of Tempel Beth-El library. Hurwitz, Amerian Jewish Historical Society turns 100. Men of vision exhibit. Goldowsky, Bibliographical notes. Thirty-eighth annual meeting of the association. Necrology. Errata and addenda. Funds and bequests. Life members of the association. ; 9.0" tall; 158 pages.