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us: Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion



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    • us: HUC-JIR
    • us: Hibru yunyon ḳoleg'/ha-Makhon le madaʻe ha-Yahadut
    • us: היבר יוניון קולג׳־מכון למדעי היהדות
    • us: היברו יוניון קולג׳
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    • found: Harry M. Orlinsky volume, 1982: series t.p. (Hebrew Union College/Jewish Institute of Religion) added series t.p. (Hibru yunyon ḳoleg'/ha-Makhon le-madaʻe ha-Yahadut)
    • found: Its Ḳesher, Oct. 1998: t.p. (Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion; HUC-JIR)
    • found: Ltr. to LC/CPSO from Rabbi David Ellenson, Pres. Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Dec. 23, 2002 (official designation for each of the four sites of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion should be 1) Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Cincinnati Campus; 2) Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Jerusalem Campus; 3) Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Los Angeles Campus; 4) Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. New York Campus)
    • found: Ltr. to LC/CPSO from A.D. Satin, Cataloging and Classification, Klau Library, Cincinnati, Dec. 26, 2002 (Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion without any place specific additions remains as the heading for materials emanating from the College-Institute as a whole)
    • found: Wikipedia WWW, July 29, 2009 (The Jewish Institute of Religion was an educational establishment created by Rabbi Stephen S. Wise to train rabbis in Reform Judaism in 1922 in New York City. It was merged with the Hebrew Union College in 1950; HUC was founded in 1875 under the leadership of Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise in Cincinnati, Ohio. A second campus in New York City was created through a merger with the rival Reform Jewish Institute of Religion in 1950 and additional campuses were added in Los Angeles, California, in 1954 and Jerusalem in 1963)
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