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A Passover Haggadah: The New Union Haggadah

by BRONSTEIN, Herbert (editor)

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New York: Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1975. Paperback. Illustrations by Leonard Baskin. Small 4to. Stiff glazed pictorial wrappers. 123pp. Color illustrations. Very good. Slight bit of mild edgewear. Tight, handsome revised edition of this 1974 text, boldly inscribed and signed by the editor in black ballpoint on the title page to noted photographer Archie Lieberman (1926-2008) of "Farm Boy" fame: "To Archie Lieberman / [line of Hebrew characters] / Herbert Bronstein / [line of Hebrew characters]." Fine presentation copy.


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