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Rabbinical seminaries

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered works on institutions that were first founded in the early 19th century and are intended principally for the training of rabbis in a modern academic setting. Works on institutions devoted principally to talmudic and rabbinic learning, including the training of rabbis, founded from about the 11th century onward are entered under: Yeshivas. Works on academies and assemblages of scholars in Palestine and Babylonia from which the texts of the Mishnah and the Jerusalem and Babylonian Talmuds developed and which were the antecedents of the yeshivas are entered under: Talmudic academies.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Abraham L. Raich , 1980

Identifier: B111.08.0008.0008

A Pueblo native, Raich studied to become a rabbi after thirty years as a statistical engineer for CF&I Steel Corp. He had been a lay leader and cantor and had led congregations when Pueblo was between rabbis.

Dates: 1980

Oral History Interview with Rabbi Samuel Horwitz, 1978 June 15

Identifier: B098.01.0002.00030

Rabbi Samuel Horwitz talks about New York (his birth place), seminary school, experience as a Jewish Chaplin and a Captain in the US Army during WWII. He speaks about his family and Jewish life in Billings, Montana.

Dates: 1978 June 15

The Babylonian Gaonate and Society

Identifier: B429.04.0017.0013

Handwritten paper on "The Babylonian Gaonate and Society" and "Church and Family."

Dates: 1932-1990