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    Book

    Overview

    Brief Narrative
    Book codifying Jewish law from the library of Isaac Ossowski, a prominent member of the Jewish community in Berlin, Germany, who emigrated in 1938 to avoid the increasing persecution of Jews by the government of Nazi Germany.
    Title
    Codification of Jewish Law
    Date
    emigration:  1938
    Geography
    use: Berlin (Germany)
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Sol Oster

    Physical Details

    Language
    Hebrew German
    Object Type
    Books (lcsh)
    Physical Description
    Worn, dark brown textured leather prayer book with Hebrew text in black ink. There are decorative borders on the title and other pages throughout the book; on the spine is half a label. Hebrew and German script and a number are inscribed in ink on the title page and the free front endpaper.
    Title: [Codification of Jewish Law]
    Publication: Amsterdam : Rabbi Naftali Herz Levi; 1760
    Description: 19 cm
    Materials
    overall : paper, cardboard, leather, ink, adhesive
    Inscription
    front, loose endpaper, ink, handwritten : Hebrew script / German script / Moises Perels in Kongisburg
    title page, top, ink, handwritten : 109 / Hebrew script

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    2022-07-28 21:56:14
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