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Eugen Bárkány: A Pioneer of Jewish Heritage Preservation in Slovakia
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I understand and agree that in providing reproductions Leo Baeck Institute retains its right to publish the materials identified above or to grant permission to others to do so, and that I am responsible for publishing or for using in facsimile reproduction these materials in accordance with the copyright protections established in the United States Copyright Law. I also agree not to alter the image in any way when publishing or displaying the reproduction.
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Courtesy of the Leo Baeck Institute, New York.
I will provide to the Leo Baeck Institute a gratis copy of any publication or other product that utilizes these reproductions.