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Jewish life in art and tradition
Hebrew version of commentary: Reʼi ha-ḥayim ba-omanut uva-masoret ha-yehudit / Yehuda Leib Bialer.
|Statement||commentary by Yehuda L. Bialer and Estelle Fink ; photography by David Harris.|
|Contributions||Bialer, Yehuda Leib, 1896-, Fink, Estelle., Muzeʼon ʻal shem Sir Aiziḳ ṿe-Leidi Ṿolfson be-Hekhal Shelomoh.|
|LC Classifications||BM657.A1 J48 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||199 p. :|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||81186725|
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Jewish life in art and tradition: from the collection of the Sir Isaac and Lady Edith Wolfson Museum, Hechal Shlomo, Jerusalem. [Yehuda Leib Bialer; Estelle Fink; Muzeʼon ʻal shem Sir Aiziḳ ṿe-Ledi Ṿolfson be-Hekhal Shelomoh.;].
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