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americanjewisharchives.org. Retrieved 2020-07-24. "A Finding Aid to the Malcolm H. Stern Papers. 1882-1994". collections.americanjewisharchives.org. Retrieved
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Crystal Globe, ca. 1907 Woman's who's who of America (1914): 864. Malcolm H. Stern, First American Jewish Families (Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American
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Ornish, Pioneer Jewish Texans (Dallas: Texas Heritage Press, 1989). Malcolm H. Stern, First American Jewish Families: 600 Genealogies, 1654-1988, 3rd edn
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maint: discouraged parameter (link) Samuel Proctor; Louis Schmier; Malcolm H. Stern (1984). Jews of the South: Selected Essays from the Southern Jewish
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University Press. 2004. p. 105. ISBN 0-19-861372-5.Article by Edgar Samuel. Malcolm H Stern (1 December 2019). "Some Notes on the Jews of Nevis" (PDF). American
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continued his traditions in many ways. His great nephew was Rabbi Malcolm H. Stern, who became an assistant rabbi at KI, published First American Jewish
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Press. Westport, Connecticut. ed: Kerry M. Olitzky, Lance J. Sussman, Malcolm H. Stern. (1993). ISBN 0-313-24628-9. Beyond the Catskills: Jewish Life in Binghamton