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Choose from 6 pictures in our Adler collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Madame Gaston Bernheim de Villers, nee Suzanne Adler, 1901. Artist: Renoir, Pierre Auguste (1841-1919)
Madame Gaston Bernheim de Villers, nee Suzanne Adler, 1901. Artist: Renoir, Pierre Auguste (1841-1919)
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Election of Rabbi, at the Synagogue, Great St. Helen's, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Election of Rabbi, at the Synagogue, Great St. Helen's, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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1903 Adler. Creator: Unknown
1903 Adler. Creator: Unknown
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Saul Adler (1895-1966), Russian-born British medical scientist
Saul Adler (1895-1966), Russian-born British medical scientist
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Hermann Adler (1839-1911), German-born Chief Rabbi of the British Empire, c1894
Hermann Adler (1839-1911), German-born Chief Rabbi of the British Empire, c1894
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Alfred Adler (1870-1937) Austrian psychiatrist
Alfred Adler (1870-1937) Austrian psychiatrist
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Election of Rabbi, at the Synagogue, Great St. Helen's, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Election of Rabbi, at the Synagogue, Great St. Helen's, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Election of Rabbi, at the Synagogue, Great St. Helen's, 1844. Scene at Bishopsgate Street, City of London, when the Reverend Doctor Nathan Marcus Adler was chosen as Orthodox Chief Rabbi of the British Empire. A multitude was present. A din of strange sounds saluted our ear...A strong eastern character was stamped on every countenance. Every man was recognised as a foreigner, and felt to be a Jew...every one spoke of Dr. Adler in terms of kindness. He was said to be a learned man, strongly given to philosophic inquiry, and more deeply affected with the spirituality of religious observances than is usual with the Jews. A revival and a change was therefore looked for, and in that hope we left the company, but not without fear, when, in parting, we learned that the new Rabbi, who lives at Hanover, is under the special patronage of King Ernest'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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