Re: Cecil Roth vital records catalogue #general
Harold Pollins <pollins@...>
Your request is somewhat obscurely phrased and I thought at first you weretoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
talking of demographic statistics, not known as a Roth speciality. You
might try searching the bibliography of Roth's publications in Remember
the Days: Essays in Honour of Cecil Roth, edited by J.M. Shaftesley, 1966.
This details, at pages 352-387, the 572 published writings of his, from
1920 up to that date. Since he was so prolific and did not die for another
4 years the actual list is longer.