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Dinah Julia Emanuel Levi

Dinah Julia Levi (also: 'Di J.', 1839-1924) originally from Linwood, Pennsylvania, was the daughter of Dr. Manley Emanuel, and the wife of the lawyer Joseph C. Levi. In 1869, she sang at the consecration of Congregation Shaarei Tefilah in Manhattan. Two of her personal prayers, upon arising and before sleep, were included in an anthology of private private prayer arranged by her daughter, Annie Josephine in 1900, Meditations of the Heart.

A Bedtime Prayer at Night, by Dinah Julia Levi (1900)

Contributed on: 24 Apr 2023 by Aharon N. Varady (editing/transcription) | Dinah Julia Emanuel Levi |

This untitled “evening mediation,” a bedtime prayer, was written by Dinah Julia Levi née Emanuel and included by her daughter, Annie Josephine Levi, in her anthology of teḥinot in English, Meditations of the Heart (1900), pp. 74-75. . . .


A Waking Prayer in the Morning, by Dinah Julia Levi (1900)

Contributed on: 24 Apr 2023 by Aharon N. Varady (editing/transcription) | Dinah Julia Emanuel Levi |

This untitled “morning mediation,” a waking prayer, was written by Dinah Julia Levi née Emanuel and included by her daughter, Annie Josephine Levi, in her anthology of teḥinot in English, Meditations of the Heart (1900), pp. 56-57. . . .