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The Legacy of Rabbi Daniel Silver


Books written by Rabbi Daniel Silver

Silver, Daniel Jeremy. From Abraham to Maimonides. New York: Basic Books, [1974]. Volume 1 in A history of Judaism. BM155.2.H57

In the time of harvest: Essays in honor of Abba Hillel Silver on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Daniel Jeremy Silver, editor. New York: Macmillan Company, 1963. 296 S5876zs

Silver, Daniel Jeremy. Judaism and ethics. [New York] Ktav Pub. House [1970] BJ1279.S55

Silver, Daniel Jeremy. Maimonidean criticism and the Maimonidean controversy 1180-1240. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1965. BM755.M6S5

Silver, Daniel Jeremy. The story of scripture: from oral tradition to written word. New York: Basic Books, c1990. 2 volumes. BS1130.S54

Books purchased from the Silver Fund in Kelvin Smith Library
Gates of the Seasons: a Guide to the Jewish year. Edited by Peter S. Knobel ; with notes by Bennett M. Hermann and Peter S. Knobel. Illustrated by Ismar David. New York : Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1983. BM700 .G35 1983

Man is Not Alone: a Philosophy of Religion. By Abraham Joshua Heschel. New York, Farrar, Straus & Young, 1951. BL51.H476

Ancient Israel. 2nd Ed. By Harry M. Orlinsky. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press 1960. DS121.O7 1960

Megillat Esther: the Masoretic Hebrew text. By Robert Gordis. New York: Rabbinical Assembly, 1974. BS1375.3.G67 1974

Early Jewish Hermeneutic in Palestine. By Daniel Patte. Missoula, Montana: Scholars Press, 1975.

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Why isn't the book on the shelf?
Find out where a book is before you go to the shelf. Search the Case Catalog to see what it says like
- "Check Shelves" (look on the shelves, find it, & check it out);
- "Just Checked In" (ask staff for help, it's nearby, but too soon to be back on the shelves yet);
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Return Case or OhioLINK items to any Case library, yes. Case libraries have different hours, so your book might not get checked in on the day you return it if you use a bookdrop.

Return the CPL@Case-KSL books only to KSL, so the collection is here for you & others. Case libraries are not responsible for returning other local libraries’ books. Returning public library books here will not check them off of your account at those libraries.

What does "Check Shelves" mean?
"Check Shelves" means it is supposed to be on the shelf. If it isn’t there, double-check what the Case Catalog currently says to make sure that nobody else has checked it out or has kept it out too long.
How long does reshelving take?
The times are different, depending on what is being reshelved and what time of semester it is. KSL goal: to reshelve journals within 24 weekday hours, reshelve books within 48 hours. During peak times (end of semester) the time can be longer. Ask staff at the Main Service Desk for help.
How do I reserve a book?
Books are on the shelves for anyone who needs them, and are not reserved for individual use. If our book is checked out, order a copy from the OhioLINK.
Where are the UL Storage Stacks?
KSL has a university center half a mile from KSL, where lesser used or brittle books are kept, and the catalog search screen will display "UL Storage." You can visit the Center during daytime hours, or use an online request form to bring back the item to KSL. The center is now called RRCC (Retrospective Research Collections Center.)
Can I get a book or video on a specific date?
Yes, Case faculty, staff, & students can find out more details and use a convenient online request form for Book a Video or DVD  (KSL’s other collections are available only on a first-come basis for everyone, and cannot be booked ahead of time.)
What does a Book on Order mean? When will it get here?
When the catalog item displays “1 copy ordered for (library name)” the item is already in the library getting the final processing labels, etc., and will soon be on the shelf! Ask staff if there are other copies avaialable in OhioLINK in the meantime, or if you have an urgent need.
What is a PIN?
Your PIN is not assigned, you choose what it is and enter it on the Case Catalog at “View Your Library Record,” following the instructions. A Case Library PIN is a Personal Identification Number that protects your information, just like your bank ATM asks for a similar security PIN.
How do I get a library account & where can I look at it?
Case faculty, staff, and students automatically have online library accounts. You can look at it on the Case Catalog under “View your library record.” Use your library account to renew items on line and keep track of what you have checked out or ordered from OhioLINK or RRCC or Iron Mountain sites. Your Case ID is your library card!

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