Canadian Jewish reference book and directory.

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StatementAuthor and compiler, Eli Gottesman.
ContributionsCanadian Jewish Literary Foundation., Central Rabbinical Seminary of Canada. Jewish Institute of Higher Research.
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LC ClassificationsF1035.J5 G6
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Pagination415 p.
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Open LibraryOL5229492M
LC Control Number75290334

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