Bais Yaakov Journal Issue 94-95 (1932)

  • Special double-issue celebrating ten years of the Bais Yaakov Journal. A. M. Rogovy writes an essay complimenting the movement, the editor of the journal (Eliezer Gershon Friedensohn), and Sarah Schenirer.
  • Essays on pedagogy, Jewish education, and girls’ education, by Dr. Nathan Birnbaum, R. Shmuel David Laski, R. Tuvye Yehuda Guttentag, Yehuda Leib Orlean, Mordechai Knobelevitch, Shmuel Nadler, Sarah Schenirer, Alexander Zusha Fridman, A. B. Ackermann, Shmuel Ostersetzer, I. L. Gersht, R. Tuvye Horowitz, Miriam Toybe, Yeshayahu Khlodnik, Benjamin Mintz, Dr. Shlomo Birnbaum, Alter Schnur
  • An article by Meir Schwarzman titled “Leah Halpern: The Young Artist”, about Leah, a ceramic artist in Amsterdam. The writer believes it is useful for young women in Eastern Europe to learn about Jewish artists in the West who manage to maintain their traditional Jewish values. 
  • Poems and stories by Eliezer Schindler, A. I. Lipmanowitz, Shmuel Schmidman, and a story by S. Y. Agnon translated into Yiddish. 
  • An essay by Rabbi Dr. Joseph Carlebach titled “The Three Great Prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel”, translated into Yiddish by Shmuel Ostersetzer
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