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Page from the passport application of Rabbi Leizer Brandwein (b. 1868), a resident of Stanisławów, materials about the Jews of Ivano-Frankivs’k collected by Rabbi Moishe Leib Kolesnik in Ukraine.

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Nekhame Zlate Golezynski, wife of Rabbi Peysekh; he was head of the Łomża yeshiva, Łomża, Poland, 1923.

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of the oath to Jewish soldiers in the Old Synagogue, Pinsk, 1937: (left to right) Rabbi Yoakhim; Rabbi Aron Walkin, head of the kehilah; Yoysef Shmid, cantor; and Shmuel Gorynowski, gabai (trustee)

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Rabbi Akiva Schreiber greeting Kaiser Franz Josef on the latter's state visit to Bratislava, Austrian Empire (now in Slovakia), 1913.

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Rabbi Immánuel Löw (left) and actor Oszkár Beregi on the bimah of the main synagogue, Szeged, Hungary. Photograph by Bela Liebmann.

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Woman at the tombstone of Yehoshu‘a Falk (ca. 1555–1614), rabbi and author of Sefer me’irat ‘enayim, a commentary on a portion of the Shulḥan ‘arukh, Lwów, ca. 1920s.

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Upper portion of a page from a commentary on Rashi by Rabbi Eliyahu Mizraḥi (1450–1526), published by Yitsḥak ben Aharon Prostitz (Kraków, 1595).

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A rabbi from Ukraine dancing with a new Torah brought from America after the first All-Russia Jewish Congress, Moscow, ca. 1993. Photograph by Karl Schatz.

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Image from a postcard produced by the Mizraḥi Zionist organization to commemorate Rabbi Tsevi Hirsh Kalischer. Illustration by H. Goldberg. Printed by Omanut, Warsaw.

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Rosh Hashanah card from the Va‘ad ha-Yeshivot (Yeshiva Schools Council), with a message from Rabbi Ḥayim Ozer Grodzenski, one of its founders and its longtime leader, Vilna, 1939.

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Top center) Rabbi Ḥayim Halevi, founder of the yeshiva. Photograph by Foto Rembrandt.

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Mosheh Bilson and his wife Ḥanah Tislevitsh, granddaughter of the state rabbi of Kharkov, Zhdanov (now Mariupol, Ukr.), 1914. As a teenager, Bilson worked at a coal mine. After army service, he

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This amulet promises miracles to those who make charitable donations and a blessing in the name of Rabbi Me’ir Ba‘al ha-Nes, a Mishnaic sage whose name means “Master of the Miracle.”

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Rabbi Binyamin Graubart (second row, center) with teachers and students of the Mizraḥi Talmud Torah on the holiday of Lag ba-‘Omer, Staszów, Poland, ca. 1920s. It is traditional to play with bows and

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Three generations of the Szabad family: Yosef Szabad, a merchant (seated, center) and his wife, Pesa, a shopkeeper and daughter of a rabbi, Vilna, 1897. One of their sons, Tsemaḥ Szabad (back row,

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Commemorative postcard celebrating the role played by lawyer Oskar Osipovich Gruzenberg (right) and Rabbi Iakov Maze (left) in the acquittal of Mendel Beilis, a Jew accused of murdering a Christian

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Rabbi Ephraim Oshry conducting a memorial service at the Ninth Fort, where tens of thousands of Jews were murdered by the Nazis, Kaunas, 1945. With him are four Jews who succeeded in escaping from

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After the rabbi’s death, the cup was inscribed at the bottom, “The inheritance of the admor, the Rabbi Yitsḥak, the righteous of blessed memory of Bender.”

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Jewish representatives to the Sejm (parliament), Poland, ca. 1920: (1) Rabbi Moszek Eli Halpern, (2) Noah Pryłucki, (3) Avraham Tsevi Perlmutter, (4) Dr. Berek Wajncier, (5) Yitsḥak Grünbaum, (6)

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The Hebrew sign reads: “Kibbutz Hakhsharah of Agudas Yisroel in Poland, named after Maharam of Lublin [Rabbi Me’ir ben Gedalyah], Mosty Wielkie.”

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