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Torah Cover dedicated to Mr And Mrs Henry Bean

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Thank you to Babs and Mike Shapiro for the photo
Links to People:
     Henry   Bean  
Links to People:
     Steven   Striar   Henry (Mrs)   Bean  Charlotte   Striar  Allen (Mrs)   Bean  Max   Striar  Allen   Bean  Sophie   Striar  Benjamin   Striar  Braydon   Striar  Jo-Ann   Striar Kirstein  Jerome   Kirstein  Julie   Kirstein Shulman  Ayal   Shulman  Jennifer   Kirstein  ;

    :   Joshua   Kirstein ;  

Related organizations:
 Beth Abraham;

Related organizations:
  Eastland Woolen Mill;  Striar Textile Mill;   Nyle International;  James Striar Foundation;   Hebrew Academy of Bangor;   Congregation Beth Abraham;   National Council of Synagogue Youth - Rishon L'Maine;  Brewster Academy Alumni;  Curry College;  Maine Trout Unlimited;  Sebasticook Lake Association;  Boston Museum of Science;  New England Aquarium;
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