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Solomon Goldman

Solomon Goldman

Solomon Goldman (August 18, 1893 - March 14, 1953) was an American Conservative rabbi. A noted orator, community leader and scholar, he was especially known for helping to popularize the cause of Zionism in the United States. Goldman is also recalled as being "the first Conservative rabbi [to] call women up to recite Torah blessings" for aliyyot.


תפלות ושירים | Songs of My People, compiled and edited by Harry Coopersmith with Prayers & Readings, selected and arranged by Rabbi Solomon Goldman (1938)

Contributed on: 09 Nov 2019 by Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) | Solomon Goldman | Harry Coopersmith |

Rabbi Solomon Goldman’s collection of prayers and readings including a siddur for Sabbath and Festivals accompanying a songster compiled by Harry Coopersmith. . . .

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