Sermon, Rabbi I. Levinthal, Brooklyn Jewish Center, Parashat Ṿa-yishlaḥ. December 30, 1961
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|Title:||Sermon, Rabbi I. Levinthal, Brooklyn Jewish Center, Parashat Ṿa-yishlaḥ. December 30, 1961.|
Levinthal, Israel Herbert, 1888-1982
Brooklyn Jewish Center (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.) Sound recording SR43
|Type of Resource:||sound recording-nonmusical|
|Place of Publication:||Cranberry Township, PA|
|Extent:||1 mp3 file (27:17 min.).|
|Abstract/Description:||Sermon on Dinah and its impact on Jacob. Dinah adopted too many local fashions and customs. Transitions to Jews adopting the custom of celebrating the New Year as Americans, which is fine because it is a secular celebration. He stresses the importance of comporting oneself as a Jew, and being mindful of which customs we adopt, e.g. getting drunk is not fitting for a Jew.|
Recordings of: Brooklyn Jewish Center Sermon.
Digitized from 7" open reel, 3 and 3/4 (3.75) ips, half track, mono. Side B is Blank; High Amount of Hum on Tape.
Original audio time: 27:14 minutes.
Stock brand: Scotch.
Digitizer also photographed the box information.
Digitization funded by Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO).
Please cite as: Brooklyn Jewish Center, Brooklyn, N.Y. Records, The Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York, N.Y., ARC.1989.01, (Box 51).
English, Hebrew and Yiddish.
Former Shelfmark: S43.
Bible. Genesis, XXXIV
Jewish sermons, American
Jews -- Cultural assimilation -- United States
|Held by:||Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary|
|Restrictions on Access:||Access to original audio materials restricted.|
|Is Part Of:||Audio Visual Resources.|