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Louise Nevelson biography in Risen, Jewels of Maine

1997 - Some Jewels of Maine: Jewish Maine Pioneers

Click here if the pdf does not appear: Louise Nevelson

Thank you to Celia C. Risen author , Some Jewels of Maine: Jewish Maine Pioneers for the article
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