Catalog Record: Lost love : the untold story of Henrietta Szold : unpublished diary and letters | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Lost love : the untold story of Henrietta Szold : unpublished diary and letters / [edited and translated by] Baila Round Shargel.

Main Author: Szold, Henrietta, 1860-1945.
Related Names: Ginzberg, Louis 1873-1953., Shargel, Baila Round.
Language(s): English
Published: Philadelphia : Jewish Publication Society, c1997.
Subjects: Szold, Henrietta, > 1860-1945 > Diaries.
Ginzberg, Louis, > 1873-1953 > Correspondence.
Szold, Henrietta, > 1860-1945 > Correspondence.
Unrequited love.
Jewish scholars > United States > Correspondence.
Jewish women > United States > Correspondence.
Note: Includes selections from the author's diary (1903-1908) and an exchange of letters with Louis Ginzberg.
Physical Description: xii, 382, [16] p. plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN: 082760629X
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