Pool, David de Sola

(1885-1970)
   American rabbi, communal leader and historian. He was born in London. After moving to the US he became minister of Congregation Shearith Israel in New York in 1907. He wrote studies in the fields of American Jewish history, religion, education and Zionism, and edited and translated liturgical works.

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