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Obj. ID: 38435
Jewish printed books
  Minchat Yehudah, Vilna, 1901

© Gross Family Collection, Photographer: Unknown,

This text was prepared by William Gross:

The book was published by the most famous printers in Greater Lithuania.The Romm firm is the printer of the classic volumes of the Talmud used until today. The prayer book carries a frontispiece with illustration illustrating the Temple Sacrifice.
During the nineteenth century, when the Jewish world center of print moved to Eastern Europe, and the social place and function of women improved, there were 24 women active in Hebrew printing and publishing, 17 of whom were in Eastern Europe. A substantial number of printing houses came to be run by widows, the most famous of whom was the Widow (Dvoyre) Romm, who exerted substantial control over the great Lithuanian publishing house from 1860 until her death in 1903. In at least one case, a major Hebrew press, in Lwów, was founded and run from 1788 to 1805 by a woman, Yudis Rosanes, who came from the Żółkiew line of Uri Fayvesh ha-Levi.

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Minchat Yehudah | Unknown
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1901
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Paper, Ink, Letterpress, Engraving
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19.2 cm
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14 cm
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3.2 cm
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