Bread Givers

References

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  8. ^ "Jews Donating Textile Shops To Kin Abroad". Women's Wear Daily. Societies. 4 October 1929.
  9. ^ "Turbulent Folkways of the Ghetto in a New Novel". ProQuest Database: The New York Times Book Review. Doubleday, Page & Co. 13 September 1925.
  10. ^ Butcher, Fanny (19 September 1925). ""Bread Givers" Paints Vivid Ghetto". Chicago Daily Tribune. ProQuest Historical Newspapers.

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