More Tales of Manchester Jewry, by Monty Dobkin

More Tales of Manchester Jewry, by Monty Dobkin
Booklet published by Neil Richardson in 1994, 50 pages. A4 size booklet (N8046)

Illustrated throughout with lots of black and white photographs and drawings, this booklet provides a fascinating account of Jews in Manchester, and offers a wonderful insight into both the history of the city, and it's vibrant Jewish community. Chapters include:

Part One
Origins of the Jewish Community in Manchester
The Fairest Towe of all Lancastreshire
Manchester's First Jewish Settlers
The Halliwell Street
The Jews' School
Orthodox and Reform
The Colony grows
Macs and Caps
Immigration from Eastern Europe
Hebrew School, JewishHospital and the Old Home
Cheetham to Hightown and beyond
A World War
Peace and Prosperity
The Thirties
Another War
Peace, at a price
Jewish Yearbook 1907
Part Two
Who Was He?
Joseph Mamlock
Morris Feinmann
Adolph Cassel & Eli Fox
Sir Maurice Pariser
Jack White VC
Good Jews, Good Citizens
Nathan Laski JP
Alderman Abraham Moss
Leslie Lever
Michael Fidler
Sir Sidney Hamburger
Part Three
The first Jewish resident of Prestwich
Manchester's first Jewish Magistrates
Anyone for Tennis?
The Temple Story
Mendel of Manley Hall
The Main Road and the Minor Road
Bury New Road in 1927
The Higher Broughton Story
What's in a Name?
Where was Rydal Mount?
The Whitefield Pioneers
Food, Glorious Food

Condition of the booklet is generally very good. The covers have one or two minor scuffs and blemishes but are clean and bright, the staple spine is tight and intact and all pages are clean, intact, unblemished and tightly bound. Has an old price printed on the front cover and small price sticker on the rear side

Condition New