Nightingale: The Story Since 1840
Tymsder Publishing, 2001. First edition in dust jacket. In the 1820's and '30s the London Jewish community was distressed by the number of destitute Jews living on the streets or in the workhouses. To deal with the problem groups of Jewish East Enders established three charities that later merged and became 'Nightingale'. 112 pp. 250 x 180 mm (9¾ x 7 inches). Marcus Roberts is a researcher in to Anglo-Jewish history, and has been widely published.
Condition: Fine dust jacket and fine book. This copy bears the following dedication to the FFEP: Presented to Ms Fay Weldon CBE by Nightingale at the Guildhall Dinner 22nd October 2001.