After Sarah Schenirer’s 1935 death, the administration of the school called for a biography to be written. Although this book is not identified as this biography, it appeared the next year. It recounts the story of Schenirer’s life and the history of the movement, and lists the major faculty and administrators: The Board of Directors included Rabbi Aaron Levin of Rzeszów, Agudah President Jakob Rosenheim in London, President Itshe Meir Levin in Warsaw. The Board of Trustees constitutes: Senator M. Deutscher, Rabbi M. Klingberg, A. Kurzman, Asher Spira, the Seminary Director Yehudah Leib Orlean, E. Panzer, J. Bialer (all of them in Krakow), as well as Rabbi W. S. Jakobsohn in Vienna (the successor of Dr. Deutschlander at the Keren Hatorah after his death); Rabbi Tuvia Horowitz in Sanok, K. Pappenheim in Vienna, Alexander Zysha Friedman, Editor A. M. Rogow of Warsaw, Editor Eliezer Gershon Friedenson, Directer Neta Berliner, Meir Heitner (office manager). The book also included a number of rabbinic approbations of Bais Yaakov, from the Chofetz Chayim, the Gerer Rebbe, Rabbi Mordekhai Friedman of Sadagóra (Przemyśl),Jakób Rosenheim (President of the World Agudath Israel), Dr. Nathan Birnbaum, Rabbi Dr. Josef Carlebach of Hamburg – Altona, J. Hr. Ciechanowski (Polish Ambassador in Washington), Rabbi Dr. J. H. Hertz (Chief Rabbi of England), Rabbi Dr. Leo Jung of New York, Cyrus Adler (President of the Joint Distribution Committee), Flora Sasson of London, and Arnold Zweig, the German writer who moved to Palestine in the 1930s.