London: The Jewish Historical Society, 1934. First edition. Softcover. g+ to vg. Quarto. ix, 11-27 (1)pp., 4 plates. Original cream wraps with black lettering on cover. Documentation and narration of the Jewish Historical Society of England's visit to Lincoln with a delegation of nearly 80 members. In his foreword Gustave Tuck calls the visit one of the most successful functions in the history of the society. The foreword also makes reference to and condemns, in unison with Lincoln city officials and ministers, the "Jew-baiting organ, Der Stürmer, reviving the infamous allegation that Jews are in the practice of committing Ritual Murder. The pamphlet is illustrated with four full page b/w photographs, two of them showing the delegation of the society, another the Jew' Court in Lincoln, and a fourth the monumental doorway to the house of Bellassez the Jewess, Steep Hill, Lincoln. Contains a chronological summary of the Jews of Lincoln in the Middle Ages at rear. Wraps with light wear along edges and slightly browned along edges. Wraps and interior in overall good+ to very good condition. (Inventory #: 40695)
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