Judaica Press

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Judaica Press
Country of originUnited States
Publication typesBooks
Official websitewww.judaicapress.com

Judaica Press is an Orthodox Jewish publishing house founded in New York City in 1963 by S. Goldman, and then taken over by his son Jack Goldman in response to the growing demand for books of scholarship in the English-speaking Jewish world. In addition to undertaking the now ubiquitous Judaica Press Mikraoth Gedoloth Nach (Prophets and Writings of the Tanakh-Hebrew Bible) series, Goldman immediately went about acquiring the rights to some of the major works of Jewish scholarship at the time: The Blackman Mishnayoth set, the Hirsch Humash set, and the Jastrow Dictionary of Talmudic Aramaic words.

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