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Geschichte des Deutschen Volkes von 1648 bis zur Gegenwart (History of the German Volts from 1648 to the present)
1986.110
Book
Yeshiva University Museum
El
1988.388
Photograph
Yeshiva University Museum
Ostseebad Brunshaupten i. M. Strand mit Landungsbruecke
1991.158
Postcard
Yeshiva University Museum
Vase presented by Mayors of 5 towns of Aragon to Dr. Lamm
1992.126
vase
Yeshiva University Museum
Israel Independence Day
1994.109
Poster
Yeshiva University Museum
scribe writing Torah wearing
1995.175
Drawing
Yeshiva University Museum
Lieder des Ghetto (Songs of the Ghetto)
1996.023
Yeshiva University Museum
skullcap
1996.252
skullcap
Yeshiva University Museum
Poem about the giving of the Torah
1997.320
Yeshiva University Museum
Record of marriage of Herry Wilenchick (?) and Sarah Lipshitz performed by Max Baron
1997.373
Yeshiva University Museum
Bible Gardens at Beth Israel Memorial Park
1997.819
Pamphlet
Yeshiva University Museum
Condolence note on death
1998.138
Yeshiva University Museum
Reishit Tefilah - My Book of Prayer
1998.923
Book
Yeshiva University Museum
Letter to Joseph Lyon
2000.475
Document
Yeshiva University Museum
UNITY ELEMENTS
2002.107
Mixed media
Yeshiva University Museum
Firenze - Tempio Israelitico
2003.066
Postcard
Yeshiva University Museum
Letter from F. J. Kormis of Buxton to Samuel Friedenberg of New York, regarding plaques
2003.086
Letter
Yeshiva University Museum
Sketch
2004.015
Yeshiva University Museum
Citadel of Zion
2004.087
Decorative textile
Yeshiva University Museum
Prayer shawl
2005.131
Prayer shawl
Yeshiva University Museum
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