AJYB

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AJYBAmerican Jewish Year Book
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Gurock, Orthodox Jews in America, 149; AJYB 37 (1935-36): 327; 42 (1940- 41): 562.
Sarna, American Judaism: A History (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004), 160; AJYB 31 (1929): 120, 306.
Orthodox rabbis were divided among the Assembly of Hebrew Orthodox Rabbis of America and Canada, with 125 members; the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of United States and Canada [Agudath Ha-Rabbonim] with 500 members; and the Rabbinical Council of America with 250 members; see AJYB 46 (1944-45): 428, 430, 459, 462.
Laski, June 7, 1933, AAJC-MWP; Minutes of Executive Committee, June 5, 1933, AAJC; documents relevant to Bernheim case in AJYB 35 (1933-34): 74-101; M.
Crozier, February 24, 1935, AAJC-MWP; AJYB 37 (1935-36): 142.
AJYB 38 (1936-37): 118; Waldman, Nor By Power, 52-56; Minutes of Executive Committee, September 1, 1933, AAJC; Minutes of Committee on Policy, October 18, 1933, Minutes of Executive Committee and Emergency Advisory Council, November 1, 1933, AAJC; Naomi W.
AJYB 39 (1937-38): 801-4; Minutes of Executive Committee, April 1, 1936, AAJC; Waldman, Nor By Power, 56-57; M.
1878 is from Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Statist" of the Jews of the United States (Philadelphia, 1880), and Jewish population data for 1927 is from AJYB 30 (1928-29): 180-96.
On Petersburg, see Ginsberg, History of the Jews of Petersburg, 65-6; and AJYB 9 (1907-08): 420.
On Wilmington, see AJYB 9 (1907-08): 348; and "North Carolina," UJE, 8:238.
See AJYB 9 (1907-08): 37-44; LeMaster, Corner of the Tapestry, 72; Ginsberg, History of the Jews of Petersburg, 79-80; and "North Carolina," UJE, 8:238.