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Deutsche Israelitische Zeitung
1980.009
Newspaper
Yeshiva University Museum
Die Chemie des taglichen Lebens (The chemistry of daily life)
1986.110
Book
Yeshiva University Museum
Yeshiva Class on East Broadway
1988.299
Photograph
Yeshiva University Museum
Tefillin bag.
1989.014
Yeshiva University Museum
10 Stamps
1989.054
Yeshiva University Museum
[Synagogue interior]
1991.006
Poster
Yeshiva University Museum
Isak Hajm Alkalaj, delegate
1991.132
Photograph
Yeshiva University Museum
Hanukkah lamp
1992.115
Yeshiva University Museum
Response to request for information
1993.687
Yeshiva University Museum
Pin
1994.004
Pin
Yeshiva University Museum
Dress and vest
1994.173
dress
Yeshiva University Museum
Three maps showing development Negev to Kineret
1997.147
Yeshiva University Museum
handwritten Hebrew text on reverse of Franklin Trust Co. deposit slip
1997.307
Yeshiva University Museum
Three-tiered Seder Plate (maquette)
1997.558
Yeshiva University Museum
Young woman fixing hair
1998.481
Prints
Yeshiva University Museum
Alef-Bet en Lingua Ebraica (Lashon Ha-Kodesh)
1998.851
Book
Yeshiva University Museum
Sifriah Le-Kitah Aleph (Library for grade one)
1998.931
Book
Yeshiva University Museum
The Rubaiyat
2000.225
book
Yeshiva University Museum
Passport of Julia Hammershlag
2002.007
passport
Yeshiva University Museum
Untitled [still life]
2006.123
Painting
Yeshiva University Museum
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