Potash and Perlmutter: Their Copartnership Ventures and Adventures

Montague GLASS (1877 - 1934)

Montague Glass was a lawyer who eventually abandoned the practice of law to write full time. He wrote a series of stories in the New York Post about a pair of popular characters in the predominantly Jewish garment trade. Many of the plots were derived from trade problems he saw as a lawyer. This is the first book of the collected stories; his Potash and Perlmutter stories were also made into stage plays and even movies that were very popular in their time. - Summary by ToddHW

Genre(s): Culture & Heritage, Humorous Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Chapter 1 Lynne T
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Play 02 Chapter 2 MaryAnn
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Play 03 Chapter 3 MaryAnn
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Play 04 Chapter 4 Pamela Nagami
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Play 05 Chapter 5 Pamela Nagami
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Play 06 Chapter 6 Lynne T
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Play 07 Chapter 7 Linda Johnson
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Play 08 Chapter 8 realisticspeakers
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Play 09 Chapter 9 Linda Johnson
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