Haggadah. Form of Services for the First Two Nights of Passover. With Illustrations.
by Dr. A. Th. Philips (Revised and Edited) Music By H. A. Russoto
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- Haggadah. Form of Services for the First Two Nights of Passover. With Illustrations.
- Dr. A. Th. Philips (Revised and Edited) Music By H. A. Russoto
- Decorative Cloth
- Book condition
- Used - Good
- Hebrew Publishing Co
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date published
- JEWISH HEBREW FESTIVAL RELIGION CHRISTIANITY OLD TESTAMENT
- 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
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