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Simhat Torah
1970.004
Painting
Yeshiva University Museum
shoes
1977.159
shoes
Yeshiva University Museum
Prayer Book
1984.022
Manuscript
Yeshiva University Museum
Photograph of doctor
1986.094
Photograph
Yeshiva University Museum
Spice container
1987.111
Spice Container
Yeshiva University Museum
Schlomo Molcho performed by Displaced Persons produced by Alexander Bardini
1989.058
Poster
Yeshiva University Museum
Jaffa
1992.192
Postcard
Yeshiva University Museum
Passover Meals; Food Marketing Leaflet 5
1994.006
Yeshiva University Museum
Torah binder (wimpel) of Moshe the son of Natan
1994.144
Torah binder
Yeshiva University Museum
Father's Inheritance
1994.403
playbill
Yeshiva University Museum
Spindle whorl
1994.566
spindle whorl
Yeshiva University Museum
Juglet
1994.620
juglet
Yeshiva University Museum
Mizrah
1995.254
papercut
Yeshiva University Museum
Scrap: man blowing the shofar
1997.187
Scrap
Yeshiva University Museum
Advertisement for slihot and High Holiday services chanted by Cantor Max Baron
1997.383
Yeshiva University Museum
Bob keepsake
1997.814
Yeshiva University Museum
Testimony regarding Jaques Neumann's employment by Samuel Taussig & Sohne
1998.102
Yeshiva University Museum
Sigmund Sonnenschein portrait
1998.198
Photograph
Yeshiva University Museum
Confirmation invitation of Abraham Goldstein
2002.064
Document
Yeshiva University Museum
Fire Island Summertime
2006.113
Painting
Yeshiva University Museum
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