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Partner: Jewish Museum, London (JML)
Reference: 1155.1
Title: Novogrodek Talmud Torah
Description: Boys learning from an open page of Talmud before their teacher in one of the many Talmud Torah, or Yeshiva schools, in Novogrodek (now Belorussia). - School boys learning from an open page of Talmud before their teacher in one of the many Talmud Torah, or Yeshiva, schools in Novogrodek (now Belorussia). The visitor seated at left is Alexander Harcavy, the Novogrodek-born compiler of the first Yiddish-English dictionary, and supporter of Jewish institutions in his home town. Although he lived in New York from 1903, he made return visits in 1921 and 1931.
Date(s): 1930
Community: Jewish Community
Theme: Origins (conditions in the country of origin)
Format: Image
Access: Original available for consultation at the Jewish Museum, London.
Creator: Unknown
Rights: third party copyright - Jewish Museum, London
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