I bought this book in 1987 in the closing-down sale of the old Feldheim book store on East Broadway, New York. I have other copies of the Jewish Year Book, from the very first one in 1896, but this is one of the most useful. The earlier Jewish Year Books had plenty of information about the older established Jewish community in London, and immensely valuable information about communities in the “provinces” of Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester etc., not to mention Aberdeen, Falmouth, Grimsby, Tredegar and so on.
However, the Federation of Synagogues had not really co-operated. In 1925 Julius Jung, a son of the Federation Chief Rabbi Meir Jung, became Secretary and a couple of years later Councillor Morry Davis became President.
For the 1932 Jewish Yearbook (which means that the data was compiled in 1931), Julius Jung supplied a complete list of Federation Synagogues and Synagogue officials.
For those interested in Rabbanim, here is Rabbi Desler at the Artillery Lane Synagogue, Rabbi Zinober in Clapton, Rabbi Hyman at Great Alie Street, Rabbi Levene at the Jubilee Street Great Synagogue, Rabbi Dr. Newman in Notting Hill, Rabbi Gutnick on Old Castle Street, Rabbi Dr. Kirzner at the Stamford Hill Beth Hamedrash and Rabbi G. (Yedidya) Rosenberg (great-great uncle of my daughter-in-law) over at Woolwich and Plumstead.
I have written about this before on my website www.jeffreymaynard.com (on which see the bottom of the home page), however, here, as a useful reference, is a scan of the complete list