Item 192_Sandak_Lewin_123 - Sandak-Lewin, Untitled 84

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Sandak-Lewin, Untitled 84

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192_Sandak_Lewin_123

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A publication of Temple Israel. It related to Rabbi Dr David Sherman who had served the community for 48 years. The photograph labelled' Rabbi Sherman honoured' was of Rabbis David Sherman, Moses Cyrus Weiler, Jack Steinhorn and David Hoffman. The caption "Over 50 years service to Reform Judaism and Cape Town's community' is flanked by two photographs - one of Rabbi Jack Steinhorn and David Sherman and the other of Rabbi David Sherman signing copies of his book Judaism Confronts Modernity. Regarding the David Sherman Lectures which were inaugurated in 1971, there are three photographs of people who delivered the address - Lova Eliav, noted Israeli Statesman and author (1995), Rabbi Richard Hirsch and Dr Daniel Ncayiyana, editor of the SA Medical Journal and Deputy Vice Chancellor of UCT (1998) whose family are members of Temple Israel.

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Donated by Harold and Helga Sandak-Lewin

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Unless otherwise stated the copyright of all material on the Jewish Digital Archive Project resides with the South African Jewish Museum.

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