The Stratford Company of Boston and the “Jewish Tribune” of New York City are offering jointly a prize of $2,000 for the best novel on a Jewish subject to be submitted on or before January 15, 1930.
The contest is open to all Jewish writers. Rules for the contest may be obtained from the Stratford Company, Publishers, 289 Congress Street, Boston, Mass.
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