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Torah Cover dedicated to Abraham L Isaacson And Martha L Bornstein -White Cover

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Thank you to Babs and Mike Shapiro for the photo
Links to People: :  Abraham L Isaacson ;
Links to People: :  Max Striar   Martha L Bornstein; Ruth Mamolen Striar ; Shirley Isaacson; James Striar Sarah Scheenbaum Striar Louis Striar Bernard Striar Steven Striar Charlotte Striar Jo-Ann Striar Kirstein Jerome Kirstein ; Louis Gotlib;

:   Marcia Gotlib   ;   Debra Gotlib   ;   Mildred Striar Kominsky ;     Sylvia Striar Menaker ;  
Related organizations: Beth Abraham;
Related organizations: Bangor High School;  Boston University College of Business Administration;  Lowell Textile Institute;   United States Army;  Eastland Woolen Mill;  Basin Mills Inc.;  Skiland Woolen Mill Inc.;  Striar Textile Mill;  Mylan Company;  James Striar Family Foundation;  Newport Trust Company;   Depositors Trust Company;  Key Bank of Central Maine;  Key Bank of Eastern Maine;  Dexter Hospital;   Hebrew Academy of Bangor;   Yeshiva University;  James Striar School at Yeshiva University;   Jewish Community Council of Bangor;   Jewish Community Center;  Lions Club of Corinna;   B'nai B'rith;   Zionist Organization of America;   American Jewish Congress;  Jewish War Veterans;  Beth Abraham Synagogue;  Beth Israel Synagogue;
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