528 pages, bound hardcover book. Light green cover, dark green spine. No title information on cover or spine. Volume 6 of Gesammelte Schriften (Collected Works). Narrative: Walter Rathenau (1867-1922) was a prominent German-Jewish industralist, author and politician. During the Weimar Period, he served as German Foreign Minister. A moderate liberal, he was a founder of the German Democratic Party and an advocate of assimilation for German Jews. Hated by the far right, Rathenau was assassinated in 1922 by extreme German nationalists. His books were banned in Nazi Germany after 1933 and the mass burning of 'un-German literature'.
Interior group snapshot, Chief Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu [right] and Netanya's Chief Rabbi David Shlush examining book of 16th century writings by Sephardic rabbis, part of the rare book collection of Montreal's Jewish Public Library.
Snapshot of two gentlemen at center and two ladies on either side.
One gentleman with paper in hand, the other gentleman writing something while the others look on, CJA-Overseas Leadership Mission upon receiving immigrants
Group portrait of the Rubenstein family in their garden, possibly Louis Rubenstein and Lazarus Rubenstein, seated second and first from right. Writing on back, "Joe, you may be interested in this snap of the Rubenstein family in their garden. Louis gave it to me about fivty [sic] years ago. Zvi"
Interior, young boy (approx. age 8) leans over rough wooden desk with pencil in hand writing something, he is half reclined on hospital bed wearing a hospital gown, a pile of magazines and jar stand upon the desk, handwriting on back of photo reads, "Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn, Medical Care".