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English: Presentation of two manuscripts by Rabbi Mnachem HaKohen Risikoff to the U.S. Library of Congress, Hebraica Division, June 7, 2010. In the photo: Dr Peggy Pearlstein, Head, Hebraica Section, African and Middle Eastern Division, Library of Congress, accepts manuscripts. Pictured with her are Risikoff's grandson and great-granddaughter, Rabbi Arnold E. Resnicoff, and Malka Sarit Resnicoff.
|Date||7 June 2010|
Others, in possession of Library of Congress and Resnicoff family.
Presentation was a ceremony open to the public at the Library of Congress. The LOC is the nation's oldest federal cultural institution, serving as the research arm of the U.S. Congress.
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