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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POOL, DAVID DE SOLA — (1885–1970), U.S. rabbi, civic and communal leader, and historian. Pool, who was born in London, pursued his rabbinic studies, first at Jews College, London, and then at the Hildesheimer Rabbinical Seminary in Berlin. Pool went to the U.S. in… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
David de Sola Pool — (Hebrew: דוד די סולה פול) de Sola Pool (unknown date). Position Rabbi Synagogue … Wikipedia
SOLA, ABRAHAM DE — (1825–1882), rabbi and ḥazzan. Born in London, de Sola was the sixth child of the renowned Dutch ḥazzan David Aaron de sola , leader of the English Sephardim. Abraham graduated from London Jews College, where he was a student of the Oriental… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
de Sola Pool — The name de Sola Pool may refer to: David de Sola Pool (1885–1970), spiritual leader of the Sephardic Congregation Shearith Israel in New York City; father of Ithiel Ithiel de Sola Pool (1917–1984), pioneer in the development of social science;… … Wikipedia
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