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CHURCH LADY: Passover Seder

See smaller This Maxwell House Coffee Haggadah is from JCMI's Cantorial Soloist Hari Jacobsen's personal collection.    The Maxwell House Coffee Haggadah, first published in 1932, was used at the White House Passover Seder.
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle

This Maxwell House Coffee Haggadah is from JCMI's Cantorial Soloist Hari Jacobsen's personal collection. The Maxwell House Coffee Haggadah, first published in 1932, was used at the White House Passover Seder. /Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle

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  • A portion of Hari Jacobsen's personal collection of Haggadahs was laid out on the Seder table to help illustrate the Church Lady's column.  Hari Jacobsen is the Jewish Congregation of Marco Island's cantorial soloist. 
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle
  • This Maxwell House Coffee Haggadah is from JCMI's Cantorial Soloist Hari Jacobsen's personal collection.    The Maxwell House Coffee Haggadah, first published in 1932, was used at the White House Passover Seder.
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle
  • A facsimile edition of Joseph ben David Aharon's 1733 Haggadah is one of the many Haggadahs in Hari Jacobsen's personal collection.  Aharon's Haggadahs are preserved in various museums and libraries, including the British Museum. 
/Kathleen Tuttle Special to the Eagle

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