The new Haggadah for the Pesah seder / edited by Mordecai M. Kaplan, Eugene Kohn, and Ira Eisenstein for the Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation
illustrated by Leonard Weisgard.
בשער גם: הגדה של פסח : סדר חדש.
Haggadah. English : Non traditional. 1949.
New York (N.Y.)-place of publication
Kaplan, Mordecai Menahem, 1881-1983
New York : Behrman House
Includes music with words in Hebrew (romanized).
עם תוספות של אגדות ומדרשים שאינם נמצאים בהגדה המסורתית.
On t.p.: 1942
on verso t.p.: copyright 1941
2nd printing revised, 1942
7th printing, 1949.
Hebrew and English
supplementary material in English only.
xv, 176 pages : ill., music
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