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Abstract

The Shavzin-Carsch Collection of Cincinnati’s Isaac M. Wise Temple is a special collection devoted to historically significant American Jewish children’s literature. As of this writing, there are over seven hundred volumes in the collection, including early children’s books published by the Jewish Publication Society, titles listed in early juvenile bibliographies of the Jewish Book Annual, and books cited in key retrospective articles on Jewish children’s literature. This paper describes the collection, and relates how it came to be established, its potential uses to researchers, and future issues to be considered in its expansion.

Author Biography & Related Information

Andrea Rapp is temple librarian at the Isaac M. Wise Temple in Cincinnati, Ohio. She holds a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in History from Northwestern University and a Master’s in Library Science from the University of Minnesota.

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