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Heymann Jolowicz (1816-1875) was a German Rabbi, author, and ultra-Reform supporter born in Santomischl, Posen. He studied at the University of Berlin before teaching in Marienwerder and then Köslin. Upon retirement, he settled in Königsberg and gave lectures.
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Unknown Artist: Portrait of Rabbi Heymann Jolowicz, Leo Baeck Institute, 80.130.
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