JERUSALEM (Jun. 17)
The Hebrew University has just published part two of the bibliographical work, “Hebrew Printing in the East,” by Abraham Yaari. Special chapters in the new volume are devoted to Hebrew printing in India, Iraq, Calcutta, Bombay, Madras and Baghdad. The author describes the history of Hebrew printing in these places and lists 625 works in Hebrew letters, most of which have not hitherto been recorded biblicgraphically.