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My Dearest Yiddishe Mamme

In loving memory of Sara Altman bas Reb Bentzion Harnik zt"l, great-great-granddaughter of hatzaddik hagaon Chaim Yosef Gottlieb, zt"l, Stropkover Rav - on the occasion of her Shloshim, 29 Shevat.

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