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Jewish women

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 1457 Collections and/or Records:

Anna Hayutin, 1912

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Identifier: B063.05.0041.00038
Overview Anna Hayutin leans against a ladder in front of a pueblo building. A Native American woman stands in the doorway behind her.

Anna Hayutin, between 1900-1912

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Identifier: B063.05.0041.00039
Overview Three formal head and shoulder portraits of Anna Ginsberg Hayutin as a young woman.

Anna Hayutin and Children, circa 1920

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Identifier: B063.05.0041.00046
Overview Two studio portraits of Anna Hayutin with young Peryle and Irving Hayutin.

Anna Hayutin with Native American Children, 1912

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Identifier: B063.05.0041.00037
Overview Anna Hayutin and an unidentified Native American woman stand on a porch holding the hands of two small Native American children.

Anna Hillkowitz, circa 1907

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Identifier: B063.08.0024.00002
Overview Anna Hillkowitz in a formal pose is wearing eyeglasses, a necklace, and a large hat.

Anna Karsh Hayutin and Son Irwin, circa 1909

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Identifier: B063.05.0030.0003.00001
Overview Anna Karsh Hayutin holds her son Irwin who sits next to her.

Anna Rosenthal, 1909

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Identifier: B063.08.0016.00074
Overview Formal portrait of Anna Rosenthal wearing a lace trimmed blouse and a bow in her hair.

Anna Rosenthal's 85th Birthday, 1974

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Identifier: B063.05.0013.00081
Overview Anna Rosenthal sits at a banquet table during her 85th birthday celebration with four of her daughters and Albert Rosenthal, her son.

Anne Levitt Marcus in Car, 1941 May

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Identifier: B315.01.00010
Overview Anne Levitt Marcus is looking out a car window. She was the daughter of Isadore and Yetta Levitt.

Anne Levitt Marcus in Chicago, between 1939-1940

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Identifier: B315.01.00011
Overview Anne Levitt Marcus is wearing a coat and standing on steps in front of a brick building. Part of a ''For Sale'' sign can be seen behind her. She was the daughter of Isadore and Yetta Levitt. Portions of the photograph appear to have been colorized.