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בתיק רק: שתי רפרודוקציות שונות מתוך דיוקנאות של נהידה רות לצרוס, הוצאו כנראה מעתון גרמני ומכתב עת עברי, בסוף המאה התשע עשרה. שני דיוקנאות אלו נאספו על ידי ד"ר יוסף חזנוביץ', אשר שלח אותם לבית הספרים הלאומי בראשית המאה העשרים.
לצרוס, נהידה רות.
Nahida Ruth Lazarus.
1849-1928. סופרת והוגת דעות גרמניה
רעייתו של מוריץ לצרוס.
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לצרוס, נהידה רות.
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