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Judaica Americana: A Bibliography of Publications to 1900. 2 vols. Robert Singerman.
Volume 1 – Chronological File 1676 to 1889.
Volume 2 – Chronological File 1890 to 1900, Union List of Nineteenth Century Jewish Serials Published in the United States, Index.
XZ 6363 U5 S58
Provides library locations for items listed.
A History and Guide to Judaic Bibliography. Shimeon Brisman.
XZ 6366 B8 1977 v.1
Detailed description of bibliographies related to Judaism.
A History and Guide to Judaic Encyclopedias and Lexicons. Shimeon Brisman.
XZ 6366 B8 1977 v.2
Detailed information on encyclopedias and lexicons published worldwide.
Jewish Reference Sources: A Selective, Annotated Bibliographic Guide. Charles Cutter and Mica Falk Oppenheipm.
XZ 6366 C87 1982
Sources are listed by type and by subject.
International Bibliography of Jewish History and Thought. Jonathan Kaplan.
XZ 6366 K34 1984
Lists general works by historical period.
Jewish Serials of the World: A Research Bibliography of Secondary Sources. Robert Singerman.
XZ 6366 S526 1986
Arranged geographically, includes supplement.
Jewish Mysticism: An Annotated Bibliography on the Kabbalah in English. Sheila A. Spector.
XZ 6371 C2 S67 1984
Provides information on essays, articles, and books.
American Jewish History: A Bibliographical Guide. Jeffrey S. Gurock.
XZ 6373 U5 G87 1983
A descriptive bibliography with recommendations for basic readings.
Judaica Americana: An Annotated Bibliography of Publications from 1960 to 1990. 2 vol. Nathan M. Kaganoff.
XZ 6373 U5 K34 1995
This source compiles bibliographies originally published in American Jewish History , the quarterly publication of the American Jewish Historical Society.
Jewish Heritage in America: An Annotated Bibliography. Sharad Karkhanis.
XZ 6373 U5 K37 1988
Books and articles published from 1925 – 1987.
The Jewish Experience: A Guide to Manuscript Sources in the Library of Congress. Gary J. Kohn.
XZ 6373 U5 K64 1986
Manuscript collections listed by subject, person or organization.