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A photograph of Rabbi Chaim Chizkiyahu Medini, considered the ‘Chacham’ of Krymchaki Jews, with his wife, daughters, sons-in-law, and grandchildren, taken shortly before he returned to Palestine in 1899.
(photo credit: COURTESY OLEG KUZNETSOV)
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