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Select Bibliography of Material in the National Library of Australia Relating to Jewish life in Australia

Manuscripts:

AUTHOR Benjamin, Samuel.
TITLE Legal papers [manuscript] 1848-1909
DATE 1848-1909.
DESCRIPT'N 1 cm. (1 folder)
SUMMARY Indenture, deed of covenant, correspondence and schedule of legal fees concerning the grant in 1848 of a piece of land in Goulburn by Benjamin and Moses to the Goulburn Hebrew Association for the purpose of a Jewish burial ground.
MS 5889

AUTHOR Benstock, Michael.
TITLE An evaluation of the treatment of selected duplicate narratives by traditional Jewish commentators and exegetes [manuscript]
DATE 1977.
DESCRIPT'N 305 leaves ; 30 cm.
NOTES 1. Thesis (M.A.Hons)--Dept. of Semitic Studies, University of Sydney, 1977.
MS 5650

AUTHOR Bullivant, Brian M. (Brian Milton)
TITLE Competing values and traditions in an Orthodox Jewish day school a study of enculturation dissonance. [manuscript] :
DATE 1975.
DESCRIPT'N xxiii, 570 leaves : ill., tables ; 28 cm.
NOTES 1. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Monash University, 1975.
MS 5042

AUTHOR Foster, A. G. (Arthur G.)
TITLE Tombstone inscriptions [manuscript] 1901
DATE 1901.
DESCRIPT'N 340 p.
SUMMARY 1. Tombstone inscriptions of the Roman Catholic, Jewish, Presbyterian, Congregational and Wesleyan Sections of the Sandhills Cemetery, Devonshire Street, Sydney. Original manuscript, 1901. Two vols. in one, by A. G. Foster. 2. Epitaph book of Church of England section of Devonshire Street Cemetery: compiled, with notes and index, by A. G. Foster. Two vols. 1901. Original manuscript with transcript introduction by C. H. Bertie.
ACCESS Available for reference. Not for loan.
MS 1839

AUTHOR Goldschmidt, V. M. (Victor Moritz), 1888-1947.
TITLE Correspondence, [manuscript] 1935-1945
DATE 1937-1945
SUMMARY Correspondence between Goldschmidt and John Shearer, a lecturer in Physics at the University of Western Australia. The Letters deal mainly with the political situation in Germany and the Treatment of Jewish academics under the Nazi regime.
BIOG NOTE 1. Professor of Mineralogy, Universities of Gottingen (1929-1935) Oslo (1936-1946).
ACCESS Available for reference. Not for loan.
MS 3839

AUTHOR Isaacs, Isaac, Sir, 1855-1948.
TITLE Papers, [manuscript] 1883-1969
DATE 1883-1969.
DESCRIPT'N 1 m. 30 cm.
SUMMARY Correspondence, letters to his family, especially to his daughter, Marjorie Cohen, 1934-1947. Xerox copies of correspondence between Edmund Barton and S.W. Griffith, between Isaacs and Julius Stone and general correspondence, 1883-1947. Papers relating to the Jewish controversy with Julius Stone, notes on Isaacs made by Zelman Cowen. Newspaper cuttings, ca. 1893-1947. Family papers. Photographs. Notebooks. Visitor's book from Government House, Canberra, 1931-1935. Publications. (Colelction includes his uniform)
BIOG NOTE 1. Graduated L.L.M., 1880. Made a Q.C. in1899. Elected to Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1892. Made Solicitor-general, 1893, Attorney-general, 1905-1906. 1906-1930, Justice of the High Court. Governor-general of Australia, 1931-1936.
INDEX/LIST Descriptive list available (18 p.).
MS 2755

AUTHOR Keesing, Nancy, 1923-1993.
TITLE Papers, [manuscript] 1942-1976
DATE 1942-1976.
DESCRIPT'N 2.38 m. (16 boxes)
SUMMARY The collection consists of correspondence; letters from Keesing's children; manuscripts of poems, short stories (many unfinished) and reviews; correspondence, photocopies and drafts relating to her book Australian postwar novelists; translations of Hebrew poetry; correspondence and drafts of an article on David Martin, correspondence with Norman Lindsay; files on The Captain Cook Bicentenary Literary Competition, The N.S.W. Branch of the English Association, the Adelaide Festival of Arts, Southerly and the University of Adelaide Dept. of Adult Education and material connected with her work for the Australian Society of Authors. There is also a card index to the correspondence with the collection.
MS 5378

AUTHOR Mann, Helena.
TITLE Papers, [manuscript] 1939-1945
DATE 1939-1945.
SUMMARY Copies of letters, printed material, articles and newspaper clippings concerning the Jewish Holocaust Centre and the German Concentration Camps.
MS 7128.
ACCESS Available for reference. Not for loan.

AUTHOR Marcus, Alex.
TITLE Papers, [manuscript] [ca. 1934-ca. 1960]
DATE [ca. 1934-ca. 1960].
SUMMARY Two folders of radio talks by J.P. Marcus on the Tivoli Theatre in Adelaide. Autograph album of Martin Marcus which includes personalities mentioned in the Tivoli talks. Other radio broadcasts made in World War II include one by Graham Kingsford Smith. These are mainly about theatre events, personalities and naval battles during the war years. One folder of family history notes about the Jewish family of Philip Kauffmann. This includes details of the Jewish community mainly in Adelaide. There is a photocopy of a photograph of Teresa Kauffmann wearing an ornate wig to symbolise her membership in the Jewish community. Twenty-eight cm of radio talks and plays by Royston Marcus, three cuttings books dated 1934, 1936-1937 and 1938 about the theatre, and obituary of William Morris Hughes. The 1938 cutting book, includes a program for a play 'Love Me Sailor' based on Robert Close's famous novel. This consignment includes a collection of Royal Australian Air Force radio programmes.
BIOG NOTE 1. Martin Marcus was associated with the theatre and for many years was manager for Harry Rickard, the theatre entrepreneur. Martin Marcus died in 1927. J.P. Marcus (ca. 1896-1963), radio broadcaster during World War II was keen on the theatre and sport (rowing). Alex Marcus, a historian, is Martin Marcus' grandson.
ACCESS Available for reference. Not for loan.
MS 6688

AUTHOR Marks, Percy J. (Percy Joseph)
TITLE Albums of paper money and treasury notes [manuscript] 1822-1873
DATE 1822-1873.
SUMMARY One volume of paper money and treasury notes from Levuka and Noumea. Also included are notes on early Fijian paper currency read before the Australian Numismatic Society by P.J. Marks (undated). One volume of paper money from Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania), including a letter from W. S. Weigh & Son, enclosing I.O.U.'s for various amounts.
MS 3622

AUTHOR Marks, Percy J. (Percy Joseph)
TITLE [Cash book], [manuscript] [1942]
DATE 1942.
SUMMARY Cash book of investments of Percy Marks as at 15th July, 1942.
MS 647

AUTHOR Marks, Percy J. (Percy Joseph)
TITLE [Certificate of membership of Young Men's Federal Convention] [manuscript]
DATE 1897.
SUMMARY Certificate stating Marks is a duly accredited member of the Convention.
MS 647

AUTHOR Marks, Percy J. (Percy Joseph)
TITLE Papers [manuscript] [ca. 1850]-1941
DATE [ca. 1850]-1941.
SUMMARY The collection is composed of the following items: 1. Various newspaper clippings (ca. 1930s) dealing with Australian currency and the Union Bank of Australia. 2. Book by Coleman P. Hyman, published in 1893, entitled: "An account of the coins, coinages and currency of Australasia". Interspersed between the book's pages are newspaper articles and examples of early Australian private and bank notes. 3. Photographs and glass negatives of early Australian notes and currency. 4. Album entitled: "Early Australian paper currency notes (originals and photographs) exhibited by Percy J. Marks" and the manuscript "Australian paper currencies" by Marks (NLA has 3 copies of the latter). 5. Correspondence to and from various publishing houses pertaining to the publication of his manuscript. Also present are various other letters. 6. Box of medals (most from N.S.W. and Great Britain, some dating from 1878 to the First World War) and commemorative coins (one celebrating the opening of the first Federal Parliament in 1901 by the Duke and Duchess of York and another, the opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge).
MS 1537

AUTHOR Monash, John, Sir, 1865-1931.
TITLE Papers [manuscript] 1876-1934
DATE 1876-1934.
DESCRIPT'N 35.42 m. (253 boxes) + 37 fol. packages.
SUMMARY Correspondence, diaries, notebooks, drafts of manuscripts, subject files, press cuttings, pamphlets, souvenirs, printed items, photographs, glass slides and other memorabilia relating to all aspects of Sir John's life and career. There is juvenilia and items dating from his school and university days. The correspondents include Victory Moss (whom he married), J. T. N. Anderson (business partner), Mathilda Monash (sister) and other members of the Monash Family, J. Gibson (business), Walter Rosenhain, Clara Stockfeld, Eva Blashki, Rose Blashki, Minnie Blashki, Jeanette Krakowski, Ada Krakowski, Kitty Lunday, Amy and Evie Corrie and Rose Schield.
BIOG NOTE 1. Soldier, engineer, administrator. Working copy of official biography by Geoffrey Serle is held in Manuscript Section for use by staff and readers. A lengthy entry on Monash is also provided in Volume 10 of the "Australian dictionary of biography".
MS 1884

AUTHOR Munz, Sylvia, 1933-
TITLE Australian autobiography the Jewish migrant childhood experience in the pre and post World War II period / [microform] : Sylvia Munz.
PLACE Clayton, Vic. :.
DATE [19--]
PUBLISHER Monash University,.
DESCRIPT'N 2 microfiches.
Minor thesis, National Centre for Australian Studies.
McG 5571

AUTHOR Rich, Ruby, 1888-1988.
TITLE Papers, [manuscript] 1906-1984
DATE 1906-1984., 15.4 m. (110 boxes).
SUMMARY Correspondence, manuscript, minutes, speeches, broacasts, cuttings, publications, mainly relating to Ruby Rich's involvement in numerous women's, Jewish, cultural and international organisations. They include the Australian Federation of Women Voters, International Alliance of Women, Women's International Zionist Organisation, United Nations Commission on Status of Women, Racial Hygiene Centre, Family Plannning Association of New South Wales, International Planned Parenthood Federation, Judge Rainbow Memorial Appeal Fund, United Nations Association of Australia, Commonwealth Countries' League, Australia-Israel Society for Cultural Exchange and Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Correspondents include her sister Vera Wild and Bessie Rischbieth, Edith Hedger, Julia Rapke, Constance Davey and Maurice Schalit.
BIOG NOTE 1. Born in Walgett, N.S.W., grew up in Sydney and was a concert pianist in Sydney and London. Joined Feminist Club in Sydney in 1923 and in next 50 years was member and office-holder in numerous feminist, family planning, peace, international and Jewish organisations. Married Dr Maurice Schalit.
INDEX/LIST Descriptive list (5 p.) available.
ACCESS Available for reference. Not for loan..
MS 7493

AUTHOR Sitsky, Larry, 1934-
TITLE Papers, [manuscript] 1912-1998
DATE 1912-1998.
DESCRIPT'N 12.04 m. (86 boxes) + 38 folio items.
SUMMARY Correspondence and copies of scores including "Petra", "12 Magical Preludes", "Bagatelles for Petra", "A Whitman Cycle", "Fall of the House of Usher", piano reduction, "Footprints in the Snow", and "Fiery tales: a comic opera in one act", with libretto by Gwen Harwood, 1975.
ACCESS Partly restricted.
MS 5630

AUTHOR Stedman, S.
TITLE Papers, [manuscript] 1920-1979
DATE 1920-1979.
SUMMARY Drafts of addresses, short stories, plays and articles, together with a folder of family photographs. Also included is a collection of papers delivered by Stedman and others to the Adult Jewish Study Circle (1973-1979). Publications and correspondence.
BIOG NOTE 1. Solomon Stedman (1893-1979) was born a Russian Jew in Siberia and came to Australia in 1913 at age of 19. His chief interest became the history of the Jewish people and the history of Russia and he wrote chiefly of this in his long career as a writer.
INDEX/LIST Descriptive list (3 p.) available.
ACCESS Available for reference. Not for loan.
MS 6408

AUTHOR Stone, Julius, 1907-1985.
TITLE Papers, [manuscript]. 1929-1991
DATE 1929-1991.
DESCRIPT'N 47.88 m. (342 boxes)
SUMMARY Correspondence, reports, drafts of his works, lecture material, broadcasts, reviews, cuttings and photographs relating to law, international affairs, politics and education.
BIOG NOTE Professor of Law, University of N.S.W. and Visiting Professor at Hastings College of Law, San Francisco; Challis Prof. of International Law and Jurisprudence at Sydney University 1942-1972; author of a number of books and numerous articles on law and international relations.
ACCESS Partly restricted.
MS 5166

ORGANIS'N Hay Internment Camp.
TITLE Records, [manuscript]. 1940-1941
SUMMARY Papers kept by Rabbi L. A. Falk who visited internees at Hay in December 1940. They consist of magazines produced by the internees, submissions to Chief Justice Jordan and to the United Kingdom High Commissioner by the internees and to the Jewish Welfare Society by Rabbi Falk, a notebook kept by Rabbi Falk, an exercise book entitled Camp 8 giving years of birth, nationalities, etc for 943 internees, correspondence mainly to or from Falk, list of Talmudical students and two illustrated concert programs, watercolour of the Hay camp painted by Theodore Engel (1941) and pencil drawing 10 November, 1938 by H. Rothe (1940).
BIOG NOTE 1. The Hay Internment Camp held over 1,000 aliens of German and Austrian origin aged between 16 and 70 who had been moved from various internment camps in England. Most had travelled to Australia on the ship Dunera.
ACCESS Available for reference.
INDEXED IN Guide to collections of manuscripts relating to Australia ; D285
MS 5392.

ORGANIS'N Universitah ha-`Ivrit bi-Yerushalayim. Makhon le-Yahadut zemanenu. Mador le-ti`ud be-`al-peh.
TITLE Hebrew University contemporary Jewry oral history collection. Part 3, Zionism and Israel : transcripts of memoirs [microform]
SERIES 1. The New York times oral history program
PLACE Jerusalem :.
DATE 1977.
PUBLISHER Hebrew University of Jerusalem in cooperation with Microfilming Corporation of America,.
DESCRIPT'N 9 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
CONTENTS Part I. Jewish communities. -- pt. 2. World War II. The Holocaust resistance and rescue. -- pt. 2A. World Jewry and the state of Israel during the Yom Kippur War. pt. 3. Zionism and Israel. A. The antecedents of the State of Israel (106 memoirs). B. The history of the Yishuv (133 memoirs). C. Youth movements (121 memoirs). D. Culture and education (32 memoirs). E. Biographical projects and interviews (27 memoirs).
SUMMARY Oral history interviews were begun in 1960 by members of the Oral History Division of the Hebrew University's Institute of Contemporary Jewry. Their purpose was to preserve the history of world Jewry and Israel as remembered by the people who shaped that history.
INDEX/LIST Hardcopy guide to the collection: New York Times Oral History Program. Oral history guide no. 2: a bibliographic listing of the memoirs in the micropublished collections, pp. 52-63.
Mfm 1454


Oral history materials:

AUTHOR Brasch, R. (Rudolph), 1912-
TITLE [Conversation with Rudolph Brasch] [sound recording] / [interviewer : Hazel de Berg].
SERIES 1. Hazel de Berg collection
DATE 1974 May 20.
SUMMARY Rabbi Brasch speaks of his publications ; about his inter-faith work ; his arrival and ecumenical work in Australia ; Brasch explains the value integral to liberal Judaism ; Rabbi Brasch recalls his childhood and studies ; his interest and investigations into the origin of religious systems
ORAL DeB 768-770

AUTHOR Cigler, B. (Beryl), 1923-
TITLE Interview with Florence Beryl Cigler, linguist and educationalist, from 1991 Member of the Order of Australia for her services in education, particularly the teaching of English as a second language [sound recording] / interviewer, Barry York.
DATE 1998.
DESCRIPT'N 4 digital audio tapes
SUMMARY Cigler speaks of her family background and education in Melbourne during the Depression, left school very early due to poliomylitis, how her parents sold meat at the Victoria Market and then moved to a farm in Oakleigh, how when they moved to St. Kilda she was enthused by the local Jewish community contrasting with an unhappy home life, how in 1948 she lost a lung to tuberculosis, how she met Michael Cigler and later married him in 1955, how she assisted her husband with his tertiary studies, began teaching migrants English without educational qualifications in the 1960s, how she gained her Masters in linguistics while living in Britain in the early 1970s, her appointment in 1974 as research officer for the Migrant Project of the Australia an Council of Educational Research, her professional relationship with Mary Fisher leading to a lectureship at Mercy College (Ascot Vale) and introducing a Graduate Diploma in Multicultural Studies, how she continued her work in multicultural and linguistic education until she retired in 1988 along with her husband, how in 1985 she and her husband published the textbook "Australia : a land of immigrants" despite many tribulations, how she returned to Mercy College in 1989 on a sessional basis to establish a fee-based college for teaching migrants English, the loss of her husband to cancer later followed by her mother in 1992.
ACCESS Access open for research; written permission required for public use during the lifetime of the interviewee.
ORAL TRC 3760

AUTHOR Cohen, Judith J., 1926-
TITLE Interview with the Hon. Judith Cohen, solicitor [sound recording] / Interviewer: Ruth Campbell.
SERIES 1. Law in Australian society oral history project
DATE 1995.
DESCRIPT'N 3 digital audio tapes (241 min.) ; 2 7/8 x 2 1/8 in.
SUMMARY Cohen speaks on her Jewish family background, childhood and schooling, family encouragement, arts/law at Sydney University, difficulties facing women lawyers post-World War II, memorable class members and lecturers, early experience of law, boat cruise to Europe, meeting husband and moving to Melbourne, her husband Sam Cohen, Alf Conlon's think tank, Sam's legal and political careers and Jewish activities, 1950s Labor Party split, period off work with small children, her return to work, Diploma of Education and teaching experience, death of her husband, return to her law career, appointment to the Arbitration Commission, the importance of positive discrimination, issues raised during her period as a Commissioner (introduction of maternity leave, parental leave and part-time work, bringing nurses into a uniform federal award, superannuation), working in the Northern Territory, various appointments, the General Insurance Claims Review Panel, her pioneering position, contemporary women lawyers, the problems associated with megafirms, the role of alternative dispute resolution, the differences between being a lawyer and a judge, Doc Evatt, Arthur Calwell, Bill Hayden, meeting Harold Wilson, Anthony Mason and her travels.
BIOG NOTE 1. Judith Cohen (nee Selig) has had a distinguished law career, incl. Deputy President of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission, and is currently the Chair of the General Insurance Claims Review Panel. She also generously supported her husband (Samuel Cohen) in his legal and political careers.
ORAL TRC 3384

AUTHOR Cohen, Lysbeth, 1926-
TITLE [Conversation with Lysbeth Cohen] [sound recording] / [interviewer : Hazel de Berg]
SERIES 1. Hazel de Berg collection
DATE 1975 Jun. 20.
DESCRIPT'N 2 cassettes (ca. 75 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Cohen speaks of her work during World War II, in the pathology department of Crown St. Hospital ; organising and cross matching blood doners during this period - the forerunner to the Red Cross Blood Bank ; beginning writing and broadcasting for the A.B.C. ; her research on Dr. Margaret Harper who was responsible for baby health centres as we know them today in Australia ; writing "Coronary wife" ; research for her book "Elizabeth Macquarie" ; writing profiles of women of interest for "The Australian Jewish Times".
NOTES 1. Transcript available (26 p.)ACCESS Some restriction on access.
ORAL DeB 841-842

AUTHOR Dowse, Sara, 1938-
TITLE Interview with Sara Dowse, writer [sound recording] / interviewer, Ann Turner.
DATE 1997-1998.
DESCRIPT'N 3 sound discs (CD) + 2 digital audio tapes (ca. 265 min.) +etranscript (74 leaves)
SUMMARY Dowse talks about coming to Australia from America in 1958 and adjusting to the Australian way of life. She talks about combining motherhood with doing a degree at Sydney University, coming to Canberra in the 1960's and working as the Canberra field editor for the publishing firm Thomas Nelson. In 1974 she headed the Office of Women's Affairs, Dept. Of Prime Minister and Cabinet and resigned in 1977. Dowse discusses some of her works such as "West Block", "Sapphires", "Silver City" and "Schemetime", her membership of Seven Writers and working as an interviewer for the National Library's Oral History Program and as an interviewer of people in the publishing world. She also talks about her political experiences, her Jewish background, difficulties in working at home as a writer and her current work.
NOTES 1. Transcript available (typescript, 74 leaves)
ORAL TRC 3663

AUTHOR Goldberg, Alan H., 1940-
TITLE Interview with the Honourable Justice Alan Goldberg, judge [sound recording] / interviewer, Ruth Campbell.
SERIES 1. Law in Australian society oral history project
DATE 1998.
DESCRIPT'N 1 digital audio tape (ca. 60 min.) + transcript (34 leaves)
SUMMARY Goldberg talks about his family background, observance of Jewish traditions, school and university life. After being awarded a Fulbright travel scholarship and a scholarship to Yale University, he went to Yale University in 1963 for a year and he discusses the teaching staff and his experiences at Yale. Goldberg discusses his early working life. By the early 70s he was specialising in equity commercial company work. He then talks about particular cases that he was involved in, his appointment to the Federal Court and changes that he has seen made to the law since he began practising.
NOTES 1. Transcript available (typescript, 34 leaves)
ACCESS Access open for research; written permission required for public use during the lifetime of the interviewee.
ORAL TRC 3677

AUTHOR Green, Gwen, 1900-
TITLE [Interview with Gwen Green] [sound recording] / Interviewer : Brenda Factor.
SERIES 1. NSW Bicentennial Oral History Collection.
DATE 1987 July 12.
DESCRIPT'N 2 cassettes (ca. 90 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Born at Orange, NSW, Green speaks of her parents' and grandparents' backgrounds ; brothers and sisters ; childhood memories ; moving to Sydney ; school ; leaving school to become mothers helper ; her career plans whilst at school ; studying at the Sydney Conservatorium ; family's attitude to education ; father's employment ; family home at Randwick ; mothers domestic help ; family life and Jewishness ; the Great Synagogue ; rabbis ; relatives ; Jewish customs, celebrations, meals ; her social life ; recreation ; family outings ; Jewish community ; World War I ; conscription ; 1917 general strike ; Armistice Day ; feminism ; fathers attitude to his daughters' working ; marriage ; her husband ; their idealism of country life ; moving to the country ; her children ; anti-semitism ; being only Jews in the district ; lifestyle in Leeton ; affect of Depression on the community of Leeton.
ORAL TRC 2301 INT.79
NOTES 1. Transcript available.

 

AUTHOR Hertzberg, Reuben, 1914-
TITLE [Interview with Reuben Hertzberg, ophthalmologist] [sound recording] / [Interviewer: Barbara Blackman]
DATE 1984.
DESCRIPT'N 5 cassettes (ca. 450 min.) ; 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Dr Hertzberg discusses his family, schooling, university days in medicine; early medical experiences; army service in Israel and Australia; entry into ophthalmology; advances in ophthalmology; prominent figures in ophthalmology including Fred Hollows; work with returned servicemen; work for societies; work in private practice and in hospitals; research into Rubella and cataracts in children; the writing of medical papers; views on community attitudes to doctors; visits overseas as visiting lecturer, and his Jewish faith.
NOTES 1. Transcript available (typescript, 191 p.)
ORAL TRC 1673

 

AUTHOR Inglis, Amirah, 1926-
TITLE [Interview with Amirah Inglis, author, school teacher and former member of the Communist Party] [sound recording] / [Interviewer: Peter Biskup]
DATE 1990.
DESCRIPT'N 2 tape reels (ca. 102 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, stereo ; 10 in.
SUMMARY Inglis speaks of her family background of Polish Jews; visiting Poland in 1970s; her father's communist beliefs; her Jewish identity; her autobiography; her early interest in Communism; her relationship with the Communist Party; her husband's expulsion from the Communist Party; leaving the Communist Party; living in Papua New Guinea; ASIO; reflects on her years in the Communist Party; and talks about her writing.
ACCESS Written permission required for research and public use.
ORAL TRC 2617

 

AUTHOR Karpin, Sam, 1905-
TITLE [Interview with Sam Karpin] [sound recording] / Interviewer : Brenda Factor.
SERIES 1. NSW Bicentennial Oral History Collection.
DATE 1987 July 26.
DESCRIPT'N 2 cassettes (ca. 90 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Born in London, Karpin speaks of his parents background in London, and Russia ; fathers profession ; grandparents background ; memories of London ; family deciding to come to Australia ; memories of the trip and arriving in 1910 ; Jewish immigrants and Jewish organisations in Australia ; growing up in Bankstown ; school ; family home ; attitudes to girls in the family ; Jewish students at Sydney Boys High School ; failing Latin and being unable to study law ; experiences working as a newspaper reporter ; recreation in the Jewish community ; Jewish war memorial ; politics ; teaching ; memories of the Armistice of World War I ; general strike 1917 ; influenza epidemic ; medical care during his youth ; meeting wife ; wife's background ; leaving teaching ; starting a clothing business.
NOTES 1. Transcript available: 2 v. (25 p. ; 13 p.)
ORAL TRC 2301 INT.81

 

AUTHOR Keesing, Nancy, 1923-1993.
TITLE [Conversation with Nancy Keesing] / [sound recording] / [interviewer : Hazel de Berg]
DATE 1960.
DESCRIPT'N 1 cassette : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Keesing speaks about her collaboration with Douglas Stewart in editing "Australian bush ballads" and "Old bush songs" ; Keesing reads two poems titled "Lady and Cockatoo" and "Gypsie
NOTES Transcript available (4 p.)
ORAL DeB 81

 

AUTHOR Keesing, Nancy, 1923-1993.
ORAL DeB 343-345
TITLE [Conversation with Nancy Keesing] [sound recording] / [interviewer: Hazel de Berg]
DATE 1967 Dec.8.
DESCRIPT'N 2 cassettes (ca. 81 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Keesing speaks of her early years; her schooling; writing poetry; the various jobs held; the Lyre Bird Writers; researching in the "Bulletin" for bush ballads; how she writes poetry; the themes her poems. Keesing reads two of her poems: "Revelation" and "Children".
NOTES Transcript available (27 p.)
ORAL DeB 343-345

 

AUTHOR Keesing, Nancy, 1923-1993.
TITLE [Poetry reading by Nancy Keesing] [sound recording] / [recorded by : Hazel de Berg]
DATE [1959?]
DESCRIPT'N 1 cassette : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Keesing reads the following poems: "From Circular Quay" and "Gypsies"
ORAL DeB 245

 

AUTHOR Lazarus, Peter, 1892-
TITLE [Interview with Peter Lazarus] [sound recording] / Interviewer : Brenda Factor.
SERIES 1. NSW Bicentennial Oral History Collection.
DATE 1987 Sept. 9.
DESCRIPT'N 2 cassettes (ca. 75 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Born in Russia, Lazarus speaks of his family background ; father establishing himself in Australia and then sending for wife and 5 children ; his brothers and sisters ; memories of life in Russia ; coming to Australia when 6 ; settling in country NSW ; religion ; trying to keep Jewish customs in Australia ; family life ; learning English ; various general stores owned by father ; relatives ; working in relatives' shops in Cobargo and Walcha NSW ; moving to Sydney ; working for various Sydney department stores; lifestyle, work, conditions ; various business interests ; meeting his wife ; marriage ; moving to Cobargo, returning to Sydney ; opening various stores in Sydney ; the Depression ; vague memories of Boer War ; influenza epidemic 1919 ; social life in Sydney ; Jewish organisations ; sport and recreation.
NOTES 1. Transcript available : 2 v. (27 p., 8 p.)
ORAL TRC 2301 INT.149

 

AUTHOR Markus, Andrew.
TITLE Labor and immigration, 1943-1949 [sound recording] / Andrew Markus.
DATE 4 Sept. 1981.
DESCRIPT'N tape reel : 7 1/2 ips., 2 track stereo ; 7 in.
SUMMARY Dr Markus speaks of the Australian population being fundamentally British in the 1930s; Australia's insularity and xenophobia; J. Lyng's view of racial groups; assisted passages for British immigrants; limits on Jewish migrants; Attlee and the Dominions' migration requirements; acceptance of Maltese immigrants; reports of the interdepartmental committee; Cabinet attitude to migration; issues during the war; Ward's attack on the immigration policy; child migration; Calwell and population growth; fall in shipping capacity of migrants; Jewish migrants; motives behind the labor government's immigration policy; Calwell's negotiations for transport and bilateral agreements; International Refugee Organization and the change in the country's ethnic composition; terms of entry; transit centres; establishment of the Immigration Advisory Council; press attitude to the immigration issue; selection teams; employers and immigration; Dept. of Labour and National Service guidelines on migrant employment; contract labour; struggle in the union movement between the right and communists.
NOTES 1. Transcript: (25 p.). Includes Supplement: notes, Cabinet submission quotations, extract from: Script of Interview broadcast over United Nations Radio on 10 October, 1949 / Kingsley, Galleghan, Rucker.
BIOG NOTE 1. Dr Markus is a Lecturer in History and Politics, Riverina College of Advanced Education.
ORAL TRC 1096

AUTHOR Marks, Rachel, 1903-
TITLE [Interview with Rachel Marks] [sound recording] / Interviewer : Brenda Factor.
SERIES 1. NSW Bicentennial Oral History Collection.
DATE 1987 Oct. 10.
DESCRIPT'N 2 cassettes (ca. 90 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Born in Condobolin, NSW, Marks speaks of her family background ; moving to Sydney and living in Pyrmont ; local community ; school memories ; parents' backgrounds ; father's background in Russia, establishing himself in Australia, his involvement with politician Billy Hughes ; childhood memories of life in Sydney ; recreation ; attending the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, her musical abilities and performances ; meeting husband ; her upbringing ; father's business ; family life, Jewish customs ; religion ; being Jewish in a non-Jewish community ; attending the Great Synagogue ; mother's role in family ; local migrants food ; social life ; memories of World War I ; family home and household appliances ; reading material ; memories of travelling to U.S. and Britain, lifestyle there ; returning during the war ; husband's background; her children ; general attitudes to Jews.
NOTES Transcript available.
ORAL TRC 2301 INT.150

AUTHOR Merkel, Ron, 1941-
TITLE Interview with the Honourable Justice Ron Merkel, judge [sound recording] / interviewer, Ruth Campbell.
SERIES 1. Law in Australian society oral history project
DATE 1998.
DESCRIPT'N 1 digital audio tape (ca. 60 min.) + transcript (26 leaves)
SUMMARY Merkel talks about his parents, Jewish background, childhood and early education, university life and overseas travel. He then discusses his early work experiences firstly with a law firm then at the Bar. He was involved in civil liberties work including the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service and took silk in 1982. Merkel talks about his position on the Bench of the Federal Court and the changes he has seen over the years in the legal profession.
NOTES 1. Transcript available (typescript, 26 leaves)
ACCESS Written permission required for research use and public use during the lifetime of the interviewee.
ORAL TRC 3676

AUTHOR Morris, Ernest, 1901-
TITLE [Interview with Ernest Morris] [sound recording] / Interviewer : Brenda Factor.
SERIES 1. NSW Bicentennial Oral History Collection.
DATE 1987 Mar. 21.
DESCRIPT'N 2 cassettes (ca. 90 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Born at Surry Hills, Sydney, Morris speaks of his parents' background as Polish immigrants ; grandparents ; fathers employment ; home in Surry Hills ; moving around NSW ; memories of schools ; childhood ; Jewish customs of family ; family roles ; Jewish community ; employment ; brothers and sisters ; family life ; celebrations ; anti-Semitism ; meeting his wife ; recreation ; social life ; the Great Synagogue in Sydney ; wife's background ; working as an auctioneer ; World War I ; strike of 1917 ; flu epidemic ; horse racing and leisure activities ; his children.
Transcript available: 2 v. (28 p., 12 p.)
ORAL TRC 2301 INT.33

AUTHOR Nossal, G. J. V. (Gustav Joseph Victor), Sir, 1931-
TITLE Interview with Sir Gustav Nossal, immunologist and Director of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne [sound recording] / Interviewer: Ann Moyal.
DATE 1993 Apr. 30.
DESCRIPT'N 2 tape reels : 7 1/2 ips, 2 track, stereo ; 10 in.
SUMMARY Sir Gustav Nossal speaks of his career and achievements and as Director of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. He describes his Catholic-Jewish ancestry; school years at St Aloysius College; medical studies at Sydney University; working association with Macfarlane Burnet and Josh Lederberg; interest in immunology; advances in experimental technology; women in science; appointment as Director of WEHIMR at thirty-four; membership of the WHO, Advisory Committee on Medical Research and its program of research into tropical diseases; being President of the International Union of Immunology; medical research funding; his books Antibodies and immunity, Medical science and human goals, Reshaping life; use of animals in experiments; scientific ethics and the misuse of knowledge; selling research results to pharmaceutical companies; gene therapy; his involvement in science policy, the Australian Science and Technology Council and the Prime Minister's Science and Engineering Advisory Council.
NOTES 1. Transcript available (typescript, 53 leaves), Edited version of interview published in: Portraits in science / compiled...by Ann Moyal. [Canberra]: National Library of Australia, c1994.
ORAL TRC 2932

AUTHOR Porush, Israel, 1907-
TITLE [Conversation with Rabbi Dr Israel Porush] [sound recording] / [interviewer : Hazel de Berg].
SERIES 1. Hazel de Berg collection
DATE 1974 Nov. 29.
DESCRIPT'N 1 cassette (ca. 45 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Rabbi Porush speaks of his ancestors ; of his Rabbinic and mathematical studies ; his involvement and work on the translation of the Talmud into English ; Rabbi Porush speaks of the history of the Great Synagague in Sydney ; about Judaism in Australia and challenges that face the Jewish Community ; his work in Australia ; his publications.
NOTES 1. Transcript available (15 p.)
ACCESS Access conditions to be determined on application.
ORAL DeB 800

AUTHOR Rossen, Flora, 1894-
TITLE [Interview with Flora Rossen] [sound recording] / Interviewer : Brenda Factor
SERIES 1. NSW Bicentennial Oral History Collection.
DATE 1987 Feb. 14.
DESCRIPT'N 2 cassettes (ca. 120 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Born in Sterling, Scotland, Rossen speaks of her family background ; coming to Australia in 1912 ; school in Glasgow ; parent's occupations ; family ; relatives ; parent's background in Russia ; Jewish customs of the family in Scotland and Australia ; Jewish community in Glasgow ; anti-Semitism ; living arrangements in Scotland and Australia ; family life ; Passover celebrations ; family business and employment in Australia ; lifestyle in Australia ; her father building a synagogue in Bankstown, NSW ; meeting husband ; husband's background ; getting married ; moving to Grenfell, NSW ; her employment ; optical work ; birth of son ; husband's death ; running business ; raising her son ; re-marriage ; Jews in the community and helping Jewish immigrants ; travelling to the U.S. in 1937 ; Jews in Australia compared with Scotland.
NOTES 1. Transcript available : 2 v. (31 p., 22 p.)
ORAL TRC 2301 INT.14

AUTHOR Reston, Marj, 1905-
TITLE [Interview with Marj Reston] [sound recording] / Interviewer : Brenda Factor.
SERIES 1. NSW Bicentennial Oral History Collection.
DATE 1987 Aug. 3.
DESCRIPT'N 2 cassettes (ca. 80 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Born in Woollahra, Sydney, Reston speaks of her brothers and sisters ; parents' background ; school at Paddington ; childhood memories ; father's employment ; family home in Paddington ; relatives living in family home ; family recreation ; Jewish traditions in family ; the Great Synagogue ; childhood games ; family life ; tailoress apprenticeship, work, experiences and conditions ; father going to war, life during World War I ; social life ; being a member of a local Jewish choir ; family health ; employment as a tailoress ; marriage in 1950 ; religion ; sports interests ; 1917 general strike ; family values ; the Depression.
NOTES 1. Transcript available.
ORAL TRC 2301 INT.118

AUTHOR Snider, Ruth, 1907-
TITLE [Interview with Ruth Snider] [sound recording] / Interviewer : Brenda Factor.
SERIES 1. NSW Bicentennial Oral History Collection.
DATE 1987 Sept. 3.
DESCRIPT'N 2 cassettes (ca. 90 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Born in Sydney , Snider speaks of her parents' background ; family background ; childhood memories ; school ; anti-Semitism ; living in the Haymarket area of Sydney ; her Jewish background ; Jewish customs of family ; mother handing over housekeeping money and responsibilities at age 15 ; studying at the Conservatorium ; her hearing problem ; meeting husband ; women studying ; her grandfather and founding of the Great Synagogue ; relatives ; social life ; recreation ; mother's imprisionment in Germany during World War 1 ; politics ; husbands involvement with theatres in Sydney ; the Depression ; her home ; family life ; her wedding
NOTES 1. Transcript available: 2 v. (34 p., 10 p.)
ORAL TRC 2301 INT.119

AUTHOR Stern, Barry, 1932-
TITLE [Interview with Barry Stern, owner of Stern Galleries, Sydney] [sound recording] / [Interviewer: Barbara Blackman]
DATE 1986.
DESCRIPT'N 3 cassettes (ca. 270 min.) ; 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Stern speaks about his Jewish family background; his childhood in Sydney; anti-semitism; World War II; working as a theatre and art critic; Stern Galleries; Poetry Society of New South Wales; art scene in Sydney in 1960s; his work as a gallery owner and art dealer; Australian painters; his private collection; art framing; and other Australian art collectors.
NOTES 1. Transcript unavailable.
ACCESS Access to be determined.
ORAL TRC 2132

AUTHOR Symonds, Queenie, 1896-
TITLE [Interview with Queenie Symonds] [sound recording] / Interviewer : Brenda Factor.
SERIES 1. NSW Bicentennial Oral History Collection.
DATE 1987 Mar. 2.
DESCRIPT'N 2 cassettes (ca. 75 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Born in Eden, NSW, Symonds speaks of her family background ; parents' background ; lifestyle in Eden ; Jewsish customs ; the family moving to Sydney when she was 11 ; childhood memories ; family life, home and living conditions ; family shops in Eden and Sydney ; courtship and marriage ; her brothers and sisters ; her daughter travelling to Palestine after World War II ; her schooling ; family maids ; her husband's background ; kosher foods; employment in shoe shop ; social life before marriage ; picnics and recreation ; trip overseas with husband ; husband's employment; memories of World War I ; her children ; forming the first Council of Jewish women ; council activities, its purpose ; Jewish immigrants.
NOTES 1. Transcript available: 2 v. (31 p., 6 p.)
ORAL TRC 2301 Int. 198

AUTHOR Tofler, Joe, 1903-
TITLE [Interview with Joe Tofler] [sound recording] / Interviewer : Brenda Factor.
SERIES 1. NSW Bicentennial Oral History Collection.
DATE 1987 July 19.
DESCRIPT'N 2 cassettes (ca. 90 min.) : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Born in Redfern, Sydney, Tofler speaks of his parent's background in Poland, London and Australia ; mother's employment ; family life ; father's employment ; local community in Sydney ; Jewish education, customs, meals, celebrations, family life ; the Jewish community ; his brothers and sisters ; Kosher home ; family roles; family outings ; recreation ; school ; employment ; becoming a jeweller ; work conditions ; being a working class family ; anti-semitism ; World War I ; affect on community ; Armistice Day ; 1917 General Strike ; health ; social life ; Jewish social group ; meeting wife ; wife's background ; wedding ; married life at Maroubra ; Great Synagogue ; local Chinese community ; immigrants ; wife's involvement with Council of Jewish Women ; her meeting Jewish immigrants at the wharves ; Australian attitude to Jewish immigration.
NOTES 1. Transcript available: 2 v. (36 p., 17 p.)
ORAL TRC 2301 INT.80

AUTHOR Troy, Abe, 1904-
TITLE [Interview with Abe Troy] [sound recording] / [Interviewer : Louise Hoffman]
SERIES 1. Australia 1938 Oral History Project
PUBLISHER 1983 Feb. 14..
DESCRIPT'N 2 cassettes (ca. 180 min) : 1 7/8 ips.
SUMMARY Troy speaks of his childhood and family background in Riga-Latvia ; the position of Jews in Tsarist Russia ; his education ; immigration to Australia ; the voyage ; experiences as an immigrant settling in Australia ; employment experiences ; the Jewish community.
NOTES. Recorded by the Australia 1938 Oral History Project as research for the book Australians 1938 from the series Australians, a historical library.
ORAL TRC 2404 Int. No. 6038

AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Interview with Judah Waten, Australian writer and socialist [sound recording] / Interviewer: Suzanne Lunney.
DATE 1975.
DESCRIPT'N 1 tape reel : 1 7/8 ips ; 5 in.
SUMMARY Waten describes his Russian-Jewish family background; their emigration to Australia, 1914; West Australian Jewish community; anti-Semitism; early political awareness; anti-conscriptionists; reading interests; local Carnegie Library; familiarity with Jewish stories, Tolstoy & other Russian authors; taking up writing; home life; Christian Brothers' College Perth; early formation of political views; family move to Melbourne, 1926; University High School first novels; joining Communist movement; the Depression reflected in his writing; reliance on memory; move to England, 1931-33; writing for The Unemployed Worker; temporary cessation in writing; jail term in Wormwood Scrubs for political activities; belief in revolution; miscellaneous jobs; views about WW2, 1917 Revolution; journalism; practising writing; short story form; the novel as a work of art; Shares in Murder; beginning of The Unbending; novel planning; characterisation; writing pattern; revision; unfinished novels; writers & despair; research; writing in first, third person; titles; political views & writing; reticence in portrayal of sexual situations; political novelists; development as a writer; getting published; criticism of his work; overseas translations; contemporary Australian literature; Patrick White; Australian drama; literary societies; politics & drama; the novel; future plans; autobiography in writing.
NOTES 1. Transcript available (typescript, 52 leaves)
ACCESS Open access.
ORAL TRC 344

AUTHOR Zwicky, Fay, 1933-
TITLE [Conversation with Fay Zwicky] [sound recording] / [interviewer : Hazel de Berg]
DATE 1976 Mar. 7.
SUMMARY Zwicky speaks of her family background and studies ; her career as a pianist ; she describes the content of some of her poems and short stories. Zwicky reads the poems : "For Anna", "Summer pogrom", "To a seahorse", "Fungus epidemic".
ORAL DeB 915

ORAL TRC 344
TITLE [Folkloric recording : Yemenite and Israeli songs] [sound recording]
SERIES 1. Norm O'Connor folklore collection
DATE [196-?]
DESCRIPT'N 1 tape reel (ca. 27 min.) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, half track mono ; 7 in.
CONTENTS Singing: 1. Zeharia Ben Ezra, a Yemenite song about coming to Israel, sung twice accompanied by drum, 2. Israeli lullaby, with drum, 3. Give us wine, with drum, 4. Back home, with drum, 5. When Moses hit the rock, with drum, 6. A love song about a shepherd and shepherdess, 7. lullaby, 8. Israeli lullaby, 9. When Moses hit the rock, with drum and chorus of adults and children. Side 2 of tape contains guitar and other music recorded from radio. This side has not been copied / preserved.
ORAL TRC 2539/003


Music:

AUTHOR Bischofswerder, Boaz.
TITLE Mi Addir, and, Sheva B'rochoth with the accompaniment of the piano or organ /[music] :Boaz Bischofswerder.
PUBLISHER Sydney :Archive of Australian Judaica,c1996.
DESCRIPT'N 1 score ([23] leaves) ; 30 cm.
CONTENTS 1) J'hi Scholom B'chelech / Melodie von Felix Bischofswerder ; bearbeitet von Boaz Bischofswerder.
MUS NL m 783.2421587 B621

AUTHOR Moss, Lewis.TITLE Adon gnolam a Hebrew hymn for four voices with an accompaniment for the organ, harmonium, or piano forte /[music] :composed by Lewis Moss.
PUBLISHER Sydney :L. Moss, Music & Musical Instrument Importer,[188-?]
DESCRIPT'N 1 close score (5 p.) ; 36 cm.
NOTE(S) 1) Words in Hebrew (romanized) and English.
MUS N mb 783.954 M913

AUTHOR Nathan, Isaac, 1792-1864.
TITLE The Aboriginal father a native song of the Maneroo tribe /[music] :versified from the original words ... by Mrs E.H. Dunlop ; the melody as sung by the Aborigines ... by I. Nathan. PUBLISHER Sydney :T. Bluett,[1844?]
MUS N JAF mb 784.3061 N274

AUTHOR Nathan, Isaac, 1792-1864.
TITLE The Aboriginal mother[music] /poet Mrs. E.H. Dunlop ; composer I. Nathan.
PUBLISHER [Sydney :.s.n.,between 1838 and 1845]
MUS N mb 783.242 N274

AUTHOR Nathan, Isaac, 1792-1864.
UNIF TITLE Selection of Hebrew melodies. No. 3.
TITLE A selection of Hebrew melodies. No. 3 ancient and modern /[music] :newly arranged, harmonized, corrected and revised with appropriate symphonies and accompaniments by I. Nathan ; the poetry written expressly for the work by Lord Byron.
PUBLISHER [London] :M.A. Fentum for the Proprietor,[between 1835 and 1844]
MUS N JAF m 784.306 N274

AUTHOR Phillips, Nat, ca. 1883-1932.
TITLE Rachel Cohen[music] /written and composed by Nat Phillips ; arranged by Walter Whyte.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :L.F. Collin,c1921.
MUS Snell N mba 782.9 P562

AUTHOR Rene, Roy, 1892-1954.
TITLE Vaudeville, Civic Theatre, Haymarket, Sydney, 1935 : programs. {Performers include Roy Rene, Sadie Gale, Mike Connors and Queenie Paul in Insanitites of 1935}
Petherick Reading Room PROMPT FILE

AUTHOR Sitsky, Larry.
TITLE Larry Sitsky's rhythms, chords & elbows piano compositions from his Century collection /[music] :edited by Ben Thorn.
PUBLISHER Sydney :Currency Press,c1997.
Petherick Reading Room MUS N m 786.2182 S623
(and many other works by Larry Sitsky)


Pictorial materials:

ARTIST Carmichael, John, 1803-1857.
TITLE Council Chambers, Free Hospital, Prisoners Hospital; Jews Synagogue; Hyde Park Barracks [picture] / [John Carmichael]
PLACE Sydney :.
DATE 1838]
PUBLISHER Pub'd by J. Maclehose,.
DESCRIPT'N 1 print : engraving ; 9.7 x 17.3 cm
PIC U1115 NK1477 LOC NL shelv

ARTIST Fuks, Suzon.
TITLE Jewish ceremonies[picture] : interiors of the Great Synagogue, Rabbinical Court / Suzon Fuks.
DATE 1996-1998.
DESCRIPT'N 21 phtotographs : gelatin silver ; sheet 40.3 x 30.5 cm. and smaller.
SUMMARY 1. The Great Synagogue, collective Bat Mitsvah -- 2. The Great Synagogue Senior Citizens' Group -- 3. The Great Synagogue office -- 4.The Great Synagogue registers -- 5. The Great Synagogue, morning service -- 6. The Great Synagogue , morning service -- 7. The Great Synagogue, morning service -- 8. Office of theRabbinical Court, Beth Din -- 9. The Rabbinical Court, Beth Din -- 10. The Rabbinical Court, Beth Din, scribe -- 11. Parramatta Synagogue, Sunday Hebrew School -- 12. Sabbath Dinner starts by lighting the candles -- 13. Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashana, Tashlich Ceremony -- 14. Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashana, blowing the shofar -- 15. Succoth, festival of shelters -- 16. Succoth, festival of shelters -- 17 Succoth, festival of shelters -- 18. Traveller's prayer -- 19. Chanukkah, festival of lights -- 20. Chanukkah, festival of lights
PIC/3096 LOC Drawer P53

ARTIST Govett, William Romaine, 1807-1848.
TITLE The prophet Ezra [picture] / W.R.G.
DATE 1843.
DESCRIPT'N 1 drawing : pen ; 29 x 23 cm.
After an engraving by Sir George Hayter. In: Album of William Romaine Govett. Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK5991/24.

PIC T2328 NK5991/24 LOC NL sh

ARTIST Mansell, F.
TITLE The Jews' Synagogue, Sydney [picture] / J. Fowles delt.; Mansell sc.
PLACE [Sydney :.
DATE 1849]
PUBLISHER J. Fowles,.
DESCRIPT'N 1 print : engraving ; 14.7 x 23 cm.
PIC S1875 LOC F4766

TITLE: Portrait of Isaac Nathan, Australia's first composer.
PUBLISHER/DATE: [ca. 1820].
PIC R9054 Con1431 (Also on Images1)

TITLE [Postcards of five Victorian synagogues] [picture]
PLACE Melbourne :.
DATE [1988?]
PUBLISHER Australian Jewish Historical Association (Victoria),.
DESCRIPT'N 5 reproduction prints ; 9.3 x 13.7 cm.
NOTES 1. Images are vignettes reproduced form an illuminated address presented to Sir Benjamin Benjamin in 1889. 2. The synagogues are: Ballarat, East Melbourne, Geelong, Sandhurst, Melbourne

ARTIST Shaw, Adela.
TITLE [SS. Johan de Witt] [picture] / Adela Shaw.
DATE [1967?]
DESCRIPT'N 1 painting : oil on board ; 43.2 x 58.5 cm. (s.m.) on mount 66.9 x84.4 cm.
NOTES The framed painting is mounted on card with signatures of passengers, and of the Calwell family, inscribed. Jewish emigrants from Europe travelled to Australia in this vessel. This painting came to the National Library as part of the Calwell Collection (MS 4738)
PIC R11277 LOC OPD 18


Journals and newspapers:

Nq 305.8924094 AIJ
TITLE AIJA survey.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :AIJA,1986-
NOTE(S) 1) "A publication of the Australian Institute of Jewish Affairs".

Nq 305.8924094 CAS
ORGANIS`N Archive of Australian Judaica.
TITLE Casual bulletin /University of Sydney, Archive of Australian Judaica.
PUBLISHER Sydney :The Archive,1983-

Call number: various
Monograph (Archive of Australian Judaica)
TITLE Monograph /Archive of Australian Judaica.
PUBLISHER [Sydney] :The Archive,[1985]-

Nq 296.05 AUS
TITLE A.U.J.S. alternative news service /Australasian Union of Jewish Students.
PUBLISHER Sydney :A.U.J.S.,[1976]-

mfm NX388
TITLE The Australasian hebrew [microform]
PUBLISHER Balgowlah, N.S.W. :W. & F. Pascoe,1986.
DESCRIPT'N 1 microfilm reel ; ill.
NOTE(S) Microreproduction. Originally published irregularly weekly: Sydney : Little and Co. for the proprietors, [1895-1896]. - Parallel title in hebrew: ha-`Ivri. --Numbering commences with v. 2, no. 1 (Friday, May 22nd, 1896)
LIFE DATES [Vol. 1, no. 1] (Nov. 22, 1895)-v. 2, no. 26 (Friday, Nov.

Nq 305.8924094 AUS
TITLE Australia & New Zealand Jewish year book.
PUBLISHER Balaclava, Vic. :B'nai B'rith District 21,[1985]-1988.

mfm NX386
TITLE The Australian Israelite = Ha-Isra'eli.[microform]
PUBLISHER Balgowlah, N.S.W. :W. & F. Pascoe,1986.
DESCRIPT'N 1 microfilm reel.
NOTE(S) Originally published weekly: Melbourne : Walker, May & Co for the proprietors, [1871]-<18-->. - "A weekly journal of literature, religion, and record, devoted to the interests of judaism and the jewish community in Australia and New Zealand.

mfm NX389
TITLE The Australian jewish chronicle[microform]
PUBLISHER Balgowlah, N.S.W. :W. & F. Pascoe.
DESCRIPT'N microfilm reels : ill., ports.
NOTE(S) Microreproduction. Originally published weekly: Sydney : Australian Jewish Chronicle, 1922- Subsequently subtitled: Official organ of Australian Zionists

Nq 305.696094 AUS
TITLE Australian Jewish democrat : a journal of independent Jewish thought.
PUBLISHER Fairfield, Vic. :Australian Jewish Democratic Society,1990-

N 909.0974924 AUS
TITLE Australian Jewish forum.
PUBLISHER Crows Nest, NSW :[Committee of the Australian Jewish Forum],1941-

Newspaper/Microcopy NX374, mfmNX 338
TITLE The Australian Jewish herald.
PUBLISHER South Melbourne :Andersons' Printing and Publishing Co. Pty Ltd.,1935-1968.

N 296.05 AUS
TITLE Australian Jewish Historical Society /Australian Jewish Historical Society.
PUBLISHER Sydney :The Society,1939-1985.
LIFE DATES 1) Vol. 1, pt. 1 (5700-1939)-v. 9, pt. 8 (5746-1985)

Newspaper/Microcopy NX 376
UNIF TITLE Australian Jewish news (Sydney ed.)
TITLE The Australian Jewish news.
EDITION Sydney ed.
PUBLISHER Darlinghurst, N.S.W. :Australian Jewish Press,1990-

Newspaper/Microcopy NX 1418
UNIF TITLE Australian Jewish news (Queensland ed.)
TITLE The Australian Jewish news.
PUBLISHER Darlinghurst, N.S.W. :Australian Jewish News,1992-1992

Newspaper/Microcopy NX375, mfm NX 863
TITLE The Australian Jewish news
EDITION Melbourne ed.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Australian Jewish News,1935-

N 296.05 AUS
TITLE Australian Jewish outlook.
PUBLISHER Perth, W.A. :The Outlook Publishing Co.,1947-1948.
LIFE DATES 1) Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1947)-v. 2, no. 4 (Sept. 1948)

Newspaper/Microcopy NX239
TITLE The Australian Jewish post.
PUBLISHER St. Kilda, Vic. :Australian Jewish Post,[1966]-

Newspaper/Microcopy McN 1067
TITLE Australian Jewish review[microform]
PUBLISHER North Carlton, Vic. :Nova Micrographic Services,1992.

NX 376
TITLE The Australian Jewish times.
PUBLISHER Sydney :Charter Press,1953-1990.
LIFE DATES 1) Vol. 60, no. 16 (Oct. 16, 1953)-v. 95, no.26 (Apr. 6, 1990)
LATERTITLE 1) Australian Jewish news (Sydney ed.)

mfm NX306
TITLE The Australian Jewish times [microform]
PUBLISHER Milson's Point, N.S.W. :W. & F. Pascoe,1983.
DESCRIPT'N 15 microfilm reels. ; 4 in.
NOTE(S) Microreproduction of original published: Sydney : Charter Press.
LIFE DATES 1) Vol. 60, no. 16 (Oct. 16, 1953)-

Nq 296.05 NEW
TITLE The Australian Jewish woman's newsletter.
PUBLISHER Bellevue Hill, N.S.W. :[Australian Jewish Woman's Newsletter],1988-

N 296.07 MEN
TITLE Australian journal of Jewish studies.
PUBLISHER Camberwell, Victoria, Australia :Australian Association for Jewish Studies,1991-

JAF Drawer
TITLE Australian life.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :[Australier Leben],1931-1933.
DESCRIPT'N v. ; 33 cm.
NOTE(S) Text in Hebrew.
LIFE DATES 1) No. 1 (Jan. 16, 1931)-Oct. 27, 1933.

TITLE The A.Z.A. life : official publication of Aleph Zadik Aleph Melbourne.
PUBLISHER Melbourne,The Organization,1960-1963.
NOTE(S) Beginning with v. 4 (1962) issued by Aleph Zadik Aleph, no. 1295, B'nai B'rith Girls no. 1100, Aleph Zadik Aleph no.1244, and B'nai B'rith Girls no. 1048.

N 296.05 BBB
TITLE B B bulletin : official publication of B'nai B'rith Sydney Lodge No. 1546.
PUBLISHER Darlinghurst [N.S.W.] :E.L. Trebitsch,1953-
DESCRIPT'N v. ; 23-29 cm.
NOTE(S) "In conjunction with Women's Chapter No. 494, Young Women's Chapter No. 236 and Young Men's Chapter No. 76", [1967?]- : "official publication of B'nai B'rith in Australia and New Zealand"

N 296.0994 AUS
UNIF TITLE Bulletin (Australian Zionist Youth Council)
TITLE Bulletin /Australian Zionist Youth Council Education Committee.
PUBLISHER Sydney :The Committee.
(June/July 1950)

mfm N 209
TITLE The Bridge[microform].
PUBLISHER Sydney :Australian Jewish Quarterly Foundation,1964-
LIFE DATES 1) Vol. 1 (autumn 1964)-

N 296 LIN
TITLE Bulletin. /North Shore Synagogue.
PUBLISHER Lindfield, N.S.W. :The Synagogue.
Vol. 6, no. 11- (Dec. 1958/Jan. 1959-)

N 296 WOR
TITLE Bulletin /World Jewish Congress (Australian Section).
PUBLISHER Sydney :The Section,1942-1947.
LIFE DATES 1) No. 1 (June 1942)-no. 12 (June 1947).

Nq 296.06 TEM
TITLE Congregational and community news.
PUBLISHER Mount Lawley, W.A. :Temple David Congregation,[1996]-
Vol. 1, issue 1-

Nq 050.9175924 EMU
TITLE Enumin.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Bnei Akiva of Victoria.
Vol. 3, no. 8; v. 4, no. 2; v. 4, no. 5; v. 5, no. 1-v. 5, no. 2 (Nov. 1967; Apr. 1968; Sept. 1968; Mar. 1969-Apr. 1969)

Nq 305.8924094 GEN
UNIF TITLE Generation (Melbourne, Vic.)
TITLE Generation : a journal of Australian Jewish life, thought and community.
PUBLISHER Melbourne, Vic. :Generation Journal Inc.,1990-

N 296.05 SYD
TITLE The Great Synagogue congregational journal.
PUBLISHER Sydney :The Synagogue,
LATERTITLE 1) Great Synagogue journal
Vol. 23, no. 6-v. 23, no. 17 (June 1967-July/Aug. 1967)

mfmN 335
TITLE The Great Synagogue journal[microform]
PUBLISHER Sydney, N.S.W. :The Synagogue.
NOTE(S) 1) Description based on: Vol. 24, no. 1 (Oct./Nov. 1967)
REPRO NOTE Microfilm. North Carlton, Vic. : Nova Micrographic Services, 1992. 35 mm.
FORMERTITL 1) Great Synagogue congregational journal
Vol. 1, no. 1- v. 40, no. 5üSept. 1944-Sept. 1984

N 296.05 SYD
TITLE The Great Synagogue journal.
PUBLISHER Sydney :The Synagogue,
DESCRIPT'N v. : ill. ; 25-30 cm.
Vol. 24, no 1- (Oct./Nov. 1967-)

N 369.4089924094 HAB
TITLE Habonim.
PUBLISHER Sydney :Australian Habonim Zionist Youth Organisation.
No. 3 (May/June 1947)

Nef 301.452960945 HAK
TITLE Hakesher.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Sephardi Association of Victoria,1971-
LIFE DATES 1) Vol. 1, no. 1 (July/Aug. 1971)-

Nq 301.451924094 HAM
TITLE Hamakasher /Bnei Akiva.
PUBLISHER Caulfield, Vic. :Bnei Akiva.
Vol. 1, no. 2-v. 1, no. 4; v. 1, no. 6-[v.1, no. 7] (Mar. 1970-June 1970; Aug. 1970-Sept. 1970)

mfm NX 760
TITLE The Hebrew standard of Australasia[microform]
PUBLISHER Sydney :Harris & Son,1895-1953.
LIFE DATES 1) Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 1, 1895)-v. 60, no. 15 (Oct. 9, 1953)
LATERTITLE 1) Australian Jewish times Vol. 1, no. 1-v. 60, no. 15 Nov. 1, 1895-Oct. 9, 1953 [imperfect]

Nq 296.05 JEW
TITLE The Jewish communal opinion.
PUBLISHER Perth [W.A.] :Communal Opinion.
Vol. 1, no. 9 (June 1914)

N 305.8924094 J59
TITLE Jewish life in Australia
PUBLISHER [Melbourne?] :Federation of Australian Jewish Welfare Societies,[197-?](South Melbourne : Alfred Ruskin Publications)

N 296.05 AUS
TITLE Journal /Australian Jewish Historical Society.
PUBLISHER Sydney, N.S.W. :The Society,1986-

N 301.451924094 KIV
TITLE Kivun /Australasian Union of Jewish Students.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :The Union,1979-

Nq 929.1088296 KOS
TITLE The kosher koala : newsletter of the Australian Jewish Genealogical Society.
PUBLISHER Sydney, NSW, Australia :The Society,[1993-
Vol. 1, no. 1- Sept. 1993

N 367.94 LAN
UNIF TITLE Landsman (Melbourne, Vic.)
TITLE Der Landsman.
PUBLISHER Melburn :Aroysgegebn fun Federaln rat fun Poylishn Yidntum in Oystralye : Federatsye fun di landsmanshaftn in Melburn,1964-

N 301.451924 MAK
TITLE Makor.
PUBLISHER Perth [W.A.] :West Australian Jewish Students Society.
(May 1969-May 1974)

N 296.07 MEN
TITLE Menorah : Australian journal of Jewish studies.
PUBLISHER Underdale, S. Aust. :Australian Association for Jewish Studies,1987-1990.

Nq 296.67 AUS
TITLE Newsletter of the Australian Jewish Historical Society.
PUBLISHER Sydney :The Society,1968-
No. 2- (July 1969)-

Nq 296.67099423 SOU
TITLE South Australian jewry.
PUBLISHER Somerton Park, S. Aust. :South Australian Jewry.
No. 147-no. 204; no. 206-no. 488 (Apr. 1973-Feb. 1978; Apr.1978-June 1993)

Np+ 305.6094 S955
TITLE Summaries and supplementary addresses : following on the symposium "Australian Jewry in the next twenty-five years", held in Melbourne on 13th and 14th June 1976 /Executive Council of Australian Jewry.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Executive Council of Australian Jewry,1976.

mfm NX309
TITLE The Sydney Jewish news[microform].
PUBLISHER Sydney :[s.n.],1939-
NOTE(S) English and Hebrew.
LIFE DATES Ceased with Jan. 1973 issue, Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 16, 1939)-
REPRO NOTE 1) Microfilm. v.2:no.15-v.3:no.27

NX452
TITLE Sydney Jewish news.
PUBLISHER Sydney :[s.n.],1939-1973.
NOTE(S) "Incorporating Australier Leben and Australian Jewish news", Includes additional text in Yiddish to April 1940.
LIFE DATES 1) Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 16, 1939)-v. 34, no. 20 (Jan. 19, 1973)
LATERTITLE 1) Australian Jewish times,

Nq 296.05 TEL
UNIF TITLE TELL (Woollahra, N.S.W.)
TITLE TELL /the Congregation of Temple Emanuel.
PUBLISHER Woollahra, N.S.W. :Congregation of Temple Emanuel,1993-

Nq 296.05 TEL
TITLE Tel Emanuel.
PUBLISHER Woollahra, N.S.W. :Congregation of Temple Emanuel,1980-1992.
LIFE DATES 1) Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 1980)-v. 12, no. 2 (Nov./Dec. 1992)

Nq 296.06 TEM
UNIF TITLE Temple David newsletter (1977)
TITLE Temple David newsletter.
PUBLISHER Perth, W.A. :Temple David Congregation,1977-1996.

Nq 296.68 YOU
TITLE Tik la madrich.
PUBLISHER [Melbourne]
NOTE(S) "Issued by Australian Bnei Akivah".

N 296.05 UNI
TITLE Unity : a magazine of Jewish Affairs.
PUBLISHER Sydney :Jewish Unity Association,1948-1951
LIFE DATES 1) Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar./Apr. 1948)-v. 3, no. 4 (July/Aug. 1951)

N 325.256940994 UNZ
TITLE Unzer gedank.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Bund Organisation in Melbourne.
Dec. 1959; Dec. 1964-Dec. 1966; 1967, no. 1 (Apr. 1967)-1971, no. 4

Nq 296.05 VAZ
TITLE The V.A.Z.A.C. life : official publication of Aleph Zadik Aleph and B'nai B'rith Girls.
PUBLISHER Melbourne,The Organization,1963-
LIFE DATES 1) Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1963)-

mfm NX387
TITLE The Voice of Jacob, or, The Hebrews' monthly miscellany [microform]
PUBLISHER Balgowlah, N.S.W. :W. & F. Pascoe,1986.
DESCRIPT'N 1 microfilm reel ; ill.
NOTE(S) Microreproduction. Originally published: Sydney : G. Moss, 1841. - 3 nos. ; ill. - "Private circulation". -Includes material extracted from and, designated the "Sydney edition" of: Voice of Jacob

N 796.0621 WES
TITLE Western Australian Maccabi bulletin.
PUBLISHER Mt. Lawley, W.A. :Western Australian Maccabi.
(June 1971-May 1972)

N 296.05 WES , mfm NX 379
TITLE The Westralian Judean.
PUBLISHER Perth, [W.A.] :[s.n.].,1924-1955.
DESCRIPT'N 28 v. ; 28 cm.
LIFE DATES 1) Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 1, 1924)-v. 1, no. 11 (Sept. 1925) ; New ed., v. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1929)-v. 27, no. 312 (Sept. 1955)

Nq 361.759240994 ZAC
TITLE Zachor : journal of the Australian Association of Jewish Holocaust Survivors and Descendants Inc.
PUBLISHER Darlinghurst, N.S.W. :The Association, Apr. 1996-

McG 3236
TITLE Zionist Federation of Australia and New Zealand and Victorian State Zionist Council records, [microform] 1921-1970
PLACE [Sydney :.
DATE [19--]
PUBLISHER Archive of Australian Judaica],.
DESCRIPT'N 76 microfiches : negative.
SUMMARY Records of the Zionist Federation of Australia and New Zealand, 1929-1969 including minutes, 1958 Mar. 4-1969 Nov. 27 ; plenary sessions, reports to and of conferences, 1929-1952, 1957-1969 ; and reports, 1962 Jan. 27-1968 Apr. 7. Records of the State Zionist Council of Victoria, 1921-69 including minutes, 1921 Sept. 25-1969 Mar. 18 ; Annual Assembly annual reports, 1969-1970 and reports to the Annual Assembly, 1966-1968.


Selected books/publications

NL 361.006094 A552
AUTHOR Andgel, Anne.
TITLE Fifty years of caring : the history of the Australian Jewish Welfare Society, 1936-1986
PUBLISHER Sydney :Australian Jewish Welfare Society and Australian Jewish Historical Society,1988.

N+ 994.004924 A648
AUTHOR Apple, Raymond, 1935-
TITLE The Jews
PUBLISHER West Melbourne, W.A. :Nelson,1981.

Petherick Reading Room BIOG
AUTHOR Brasch, R. (Rudolph), 1912-
TITLE {Biographical cuttings on Rabbi Dr Rudolph Brasch, writer}

NL 994.004924 G629
AUTHOR Golvan, Colin, 1955-
TITLE The distant exodus
PUBLISHER Crows Nest, N.S.W. :ABC Enterprises for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation,1990.

N+ 301.452960946 GOR
AUTHOR Gordon, Max.
TITLE Jews in Van Diemen's Land
PUBLISHER [Hobart?] :Distributed by Ponsford Newman and Benson,1965 (North Clayton, Vic. : Specialty Press).

Nf 994.004924 GUI
TITLE The Guide to Jewish Life in Australia.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Australian Jewish Press,[1991]-1992.
DESCRIPT'N 2 v. : ill., ports. (some col.) ; 35 cm.
LIFE DATES 1) Apr. 1991-1992.
LATERTITLE 1) Guide to Jewish life in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific

Nf 994.004924 GUI
TITLE The guide to Jewish life in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Australian Jewish Press,1993

UA PAM 688
TITLE A guide to Jewish Sydney.
EDITION 2nd. ed.
PUBLISHER Sydney : The Great Synagogue, 1979.

NLp 994.004924 J59
TITLE The Jews of Australia : an introduction.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Australian Institute of Jewish Affairs,1987.

NL 994.004924 K84
AUTHOR Korn, Neer.
TITLE Shades of belonging : conversations with Australian Jews
PUBLISHER East Melbourne :HarperCollins,c1999.

NL 920.00904 K88
AUTHOR Koval, Ramona, 1954-
TITLE One to one /Ramona Koval.
PUBLISHER Sydney :ABC Enterprises for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation,1992.

NL 641.5676 K88
AUTHOR Koval, Ramona, 1954-
TITLE Too many walnuts : Jewish cooking, Jewish cooks /Ramona Koval.
PUBLISHER Port Melbourne :William Heinemann Australia,1993.

N+ 919.406924 L664
AUTHOR Levi, John S., 1934-
TITLE Australian genesis : Jewish convicts and settlers, 1788-1850 by J. S. Levi, G. F. J. Bergman.
PUBLISHERS London :Hale,1974.
Adelaide :Rigby,1974.

Newspaper/Microcopy McG 3688
AUTHOR Levi, J. S. (John Simon), 1934-
TITLE The Jews of Australia, 1788-1830[microform]
PUBLISHER [Clayton, Vic.] :Monash University,[19--]

NL 296.832092 D182L
AUTHOR Levi, J. S. (John Simon), 1934-
TITLE Rabbi Jacob Danglow : 'the uncrowned monarch of Australian Jews'
PUBLISHER Carlton, Vic. :Melbourne University Press,1995.

JAFp REL 512
AUTHOR Marks, Percy J. (Percy Joseph)
TITLE The canon, text and early translations of the Bible : a paper read before the Jewish Literary and Debating Society of Sydney
PUBLISHER [Sydney :Hebrew Standard Office,1906]

Newspaper/Microcopy mcN 1475 item 6091
AUTHOR Marks, Percy J. (Percy Joseph)
TITLE The first synagogue in Australia
PUBLISHER [Sydney? :s.n.,1925?](Sydney : D.S. Ford)

mcN 1475 item 6289
AUTHOR Marks, Percy J. (Percy Joseph)
TITLE The Jewish press of Australia past and present : a paper read before the Jewish Literary and Debating Society of Sydney.
PUBLISHER Sydney :F.W. White,1913.

JAFp SOC 383
AUTHOR Marks, Percy J. (Percy Joseph)
TITLE Shakespeare and the Jews.
PUBLISHER [Sydney :P. Marks?],1916.

NL 994.004924 R979
AUTHOR Rutland, Suzanne D. (Suzanne Dorothy), 1946-
TITLE Edge of the diaspora : two centuries of Jewish settlement in Australia
EDITION Rev. ed.
PUBLISHER Rose Bay, N.S.W. :Brandl & Schlesinger,1997.

Nq+ 016.3058924094 P445
TITLE Periodical publications from the Australian Jewish community : a union list /compiled by Marianne Dacy ; with an introduction by A.D. Crown and M. Dacy.
PUBLISHER [Sydney, N.S.W.] :Archive of Australian Judaica, University of Sydney,1986.

NL 296.092 P853P
AUTHOR Porush, Israel, 1907-
TITLE The journal of an Australian rabbi, or, And thou shalt tell thy grandchildren'
PUBLISHER [Camberwell, Vic.] :Australian Jewish Historical Society - Victoria,1992.

N+ 994.004924 R896
AUTHOR Rubinstein, Hilary L.
TITLE Chosen, the Jews in Australia
PUBLISHER Sydney :Allen & Unwin,1987.

NL 994.004924 R896
AUTHOR Rubinstein, Hilary L.
TITLE The Jews in Australia : a thematic history
PUBLISHER Port Melbourne :William Heinemann Australia,1991.

N+ 305.89240945 R896
AUTHOR Rubinstein, Hilary L.
TITLE The Jews in Victoria 1835 with an appendix by W.D. Rubinstein.
PUBLISHER Sydney :George Allen & Unwin,1986.

Nq 305.8924094 R896
AUTHOR Rubinstein, W. D. (William D.)
TITLE Attitudes of Australian Jewish tertiary students to their Jewish identity
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Australian Institute of Jewish Affairs,1991.

Npf 303.38924 R896
AUTHOR Rubinstein, W. D. (William D.)
TITLE Attitudes and opinions towards Australian Jews and Jewish Affairs : a detailed report on the McNair Anderson survey of March, 1984, Commissioned by the Australian Institute of Jewish Affairs /by W.D. Rubinstein.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Australian Institute of Jewish Affairs,1986.
DESCRIPT'N 52 leaves ; 30 cm.
SERIES 1) Research report (Australian Institute of Jewish Affairs) ;

Npf 324.620994 R896
AUTHOR Rubinstein, W. D. (William D.)
TITLE The demography of the Australian Jewish community
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Australian Institute of Jewish Affairs,1986.

NL 330.99451 R896
AUTHOR Rubinstein, W. D. (William D.)
TITLE The effects of the recession on the Melbourne Jewish community
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Australian Institute of Jewish Affairs,1993

N+ 994.004924 R896
AUTHOR Rubinstein, W. D. (William D.)
TITLE The Jews in Australia
PUBLISHER Melbourne :AE Press,1986.

NL 994.004924 J59
TITLE Jews in the sixth continent /edited by W.D. Rubinstein.
PUBLISHER Sydney :Allen & Unwin,1987

NL 296.0994 R896
AUTHOR Rubinstein, W. D. (William D.)
TITLE Judaism in Australia
PUBLISHER Canberra :Australian Govt. Pub. Service,1995.

NL 909.0492408 R896
AUTHOR Rubinstein, W. D. (William D.)
TITLE Philosemitism : admiration and support for Jews in the English-speaking world, 1840-1939 /W. D. Rubinstein and Hilary Rubinstein.
PUBLISHER Basingstoke :Macmillan,1999.

NL 994.004924 R979
AUTHOR Rutland, Suzanne D. (Suzanne Dorothy), 1946-
TITLE Edge of the Diaspora : two centuries of Jewish settlement in Australia
PUBLISHER Sydney :Collins,1988.

Nq 296.05 SIR
TITLE Sir Isaac Isaacs Aleph Zadik Aleph life : official publication of Aleph Zadik Aleph no. 1473 and B'nai B'rith Girls no. 1331 of the B'nai Brith Youth Organization.
PUBLISHER Melbourne,[19-?].


Judah Waten:

NL 823.3 W324 en
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Alien son /Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER North Ryde, N.S.W. :Sirius,1989, c1952.

920 WAT
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Alien son /Judah Water.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Sun Books,1965.

920 WAT
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Alien son /by Judah L. Waten.
PUBLISHER Sydney :Angus and Robertson,1952.

N A823.3 W324an
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Alien son /by Judah L. Waten.
PUBLISHER Sydney :Angus and Robertson,1953.

NL A823.3 W324al
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Alien son /Judah Waten.
EDITION Picador ed.
PUBLISHER Chippendale, N.S.W. :Pan Macmillan,1993,c1952.

Asian Reading Room OJN 5988 5034
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
UNIF TITLE Alien son. Japanese.
TITLE Iho no musuko : Aru Yudaya-jin imin oyako no monogatari = Alien son /J. Waten ; Ezawa Sokushin yaku.
PUBLISHER Tokyo :Keiso Shobo,1991.

N A823.3 W324bo
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Bottle-O! /[by] Judah Waten ; Illustrated by Walter Mitchell.
PUBLISHER North Melbourne, Vic. :Cassell Australia, 1973, c1972.

NL A823.3 W324al
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Alien son /Judah Waten ; introduced by David Carter.
PUBLISHER North Ryde, N.S.W. :Collins/Angus & Robertson,1990, c1952.

N+ 920 WAT
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Alien son /Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Hawthorn, Vic. :Lloyd O'Neil Pty Ltd,1974.

N A823.3 W324al
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Alien son /Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER South Yarra, Vic. :Currey O'Neil,1981.

N A823.0108 C614
TITLE Classic Australian short stories /selected and introduced by Judah Waten and Stephen Murray-Smith.
PUBLISHER Cheltenham [Vic.] :Kingfisher,1974.

N+ A823.01 W324
TITLE Classic Australian short stories /selected and introduced by Judah Waten and Stephen Murray-Smith.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Wren,1974.

Np+ 994.042 W324
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE The depression years, 1929-1939 /[by] Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Cheshire,1971 [i.e.1972].

NL A823.3 W324di
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Distant land /Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER North Ryde, N.S.W. :Sirius,1989, c1964.

N+ 823A WAT
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Distant land /Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Australasian Book Society,1964.

823A WAT
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Distant land /Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER London :Readers Book Club in association with the Companion Book Club,1966.

N+ A823.3 W324d
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Distant land /[by] Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Gold Star Publications,[1972].

N+ 914.70485 W324
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE From Odessa to Odessa, the journey of an Australian writer /Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Cheshire,1969.

N+ A823.3 W324 <00632944>
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Love and rebellion /[by] Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER South Melbourne, Vic. :Macmillan,1978.

N+ A823.3 W324ve
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Love and rebellion /Judah Waten ; design and illustration Stephen Pascoe.
PUBLISHER Richmond, Vic. :Hodja Educational Resources Co-operative,[1983], c1978.

MS 1691
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Nettie Palmer, [manuscript] 1964 (Judah Waten's speech at Nettie Palmer's funeral.)
DATE 1964
DESCRIPT'N 1 item (3 p.).

N+ A823.3 W324ce
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Scenes of revolutionary life /Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Sydney ; London :Angus & Robertson,1982.

N+ A823.3 WAT
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Season of youth; a novel[by] Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Melbourne,Cheshire[1966]

N+ A823.3 WAT <00633710>
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Season of youth : a novel /[by] Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Hawthorn, Vic. :Gold Star Publications,1972.

823A WAT
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Souchastie v ubiistve : roman.
PUBLISHER Moskva :Izd.-vo. Inostrannoi Lit.-ry,1961.

NL A828.209 W324ju
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
UNIF TITLE Selections. 1998
TITLE Judah Waten : fiction, memoirs, criticism /edited by David Carter.
PUBLISHER St. Lucia, Qld. :University of Queensland Press,1998.

823A WAT
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Shares in murder /Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Australasian Book Society,1957.

N 823A WAT
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
UNIF TITLE Shares in murder. Romanian
TITLE Partasi la crima /Judah Waten ; ^in rom^ineste de Marcel Gaftonsi Valeria Coja.
PUBLISHER Bucuresti :Editura pentru Literatura Universala,1964.

823A WAT
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
UNIF TITLE Shares in murder. Russian
TITLE Souchastie v ubiisva /Perevod s angliiskogo [I. Arkhangel'skoi].
PUBLISHER Moskva :Izd-vo Mir,1965.

N A823.3 W324h
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
UNIF TITLE Shares in murder. German
TITLE Einer weiss mehr /Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Berlin :Das Neue,1962.

Offsite- ABS 114
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
UNIF TITLE Shares in murder. Czech
TITLE Cena za vrazdu /Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Praha :Nase Vojsko,1963.

N+ A823.3 W324
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE So far no further : a novel /by Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Mount Eliza, Vic. :Wren,1971.

N+ A823.3 W324so
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE So far no further : a novel /by Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Gold Star Publications,1972.

N+ 823A WAT
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Time of conflict /Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Sydney :Australasian Book Society,1961.
NOTE(S) Library's copy is signed by the author.

823A WAT Status : *
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE (Time of conflict. Russian ) Burnye gody /Dzhuda Uoten ; perevod s aniliiskoio i V. Rubina ; posleslovie A. Sofronova.
PUBLISHER Moskva :Progress,1964.

823A WAT
TITLE Twenty great Australian stories /complied by J.L. Waten and V.G. O'Connor.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Dolphin,1946.

N+ A823.3 W324u <00632953>
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE The unbending /by Judah Waten.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Gold Star Publications,1972.

823A WAT
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE The unbending /by Judah Waten
PUBLISHER Melbourne [Vic.] :Australasian Book Society,1954.

N A820.9 P176 W324
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE The unbinding.
PUBLISHER Melb. :Australian Book Society,1954.

892.493 BER
AUTHOR Bergner, Herz, 1907-
UNIF TITLE Zwishn himl un waser. English
TITLE Between sky and sea /Herz Bergner ; translated by J.L. Waten.
PUBLISHER Melbourne :Dolphin Publications,1946.

MS 4536
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Papers, [manuscript] 1946-1974
DATE 1946-1974.
DESCRIPT'N 1.76 m. (58 folders) + 5 boxes.
SUMMARY The collection contains correspondence and literary manuscripts. Correspondence includes discussion of Waten's work, other writers and political subjects. The correspondents include Kylie Tennant, K.S. Prichard, Nettie and Vance Palmer, Hal Porter, Beatrice Davis, Geoffrey Dutton, Frank Davison, Elizabeth Harrower, Mary Gilmore, Alan Marshall, T. Inglis Moore, Christina Stead, Kennet Slessor, Manning Clark, Dymphna Cusack, Frank Hardy, Clem Christesen and Nancy Cato, Frank Sargeson, Iris Murdoch and Robert Graves. There are also letters from Waten's daughter Alice written while studying music in Moscow, ltters from publishers, from the Fellowship of Australian Writers, the Shanghai Literature Publishing House and the U.S.S.R. Writers' Union. Literary manuscripts include manuscript and typescript drafts and sketches of Waten's published and unpublished novels and short stories such as "Shares in murder", "Season of youth", "So far no further", "Time of conflict", "Alien son", and "Distant land". Also includes background material for book on the "Depression" and "So far nofurther" and notebooks of articles and reviews relating to literature and politics. Also includes literary drafts including "They thought the world needed changing", notes of meetings and associations

Oral History Section ORAL TRC 344
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE Interview with Judah Waten, Australian writer and socialist [sound recording] / Interviewer: Suzanne Lunney.
DATE 1975.
SUMMARY: Waten describes his Russian-Jewish family background; their emigration to Australia, 1914; West Australian Jewish community; anti-Semitism; early political awareness; anti-conscriptionists; reading interests; local Carnegie Library; familiarity with Jewish stories, Tolstoy & other Russian authors; taking up writing; home life; Christian Brothers' College Perth; early formation of political views; family move to Melbourne, 1926; University High School first novels; joining Communist movement; the Depression reflected in his writing; reliance on memory; move to England,1931-33; writing for The Unemployed Worker; temporary cessation in writing; jail term in Wormwood Scrubs for political activities; belief in revolution; miscellaneous jobs; views about WW2, 1917 Revolution; journalism; practising writing; short story form; the novel as a work of art; Shares in Murder; beginning of The Unbending; novel planning; characterisation; writing pattern; revision; unfinished novels; writers & despair; research; writing in first, third person; titles; political views & writing; reticence in portrayal of sexual situations; political novelists; development as a writer; getting published; criticism of his work; overseas translations; contemporary Australian literature; Patrick White; Australian drama; literary societies; politics & drama; the novel; future plans; autobiography in writing.

Oral History Section ORAL DeB 92
AUTHOR Waten, Judah, 1911-1985.
TITLE [Conversation with Judah Waten] [sound recording] / [interviewer : Hazel de Berg]
SERIES 1. Hazel de Berg collection
DATE 1960 Mar. 13.
SUMMARY Waten speaks about his book "Alien son" ; the similarities between the novel and his own life in Australia ; Waten reads an extract from "Mother".


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