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DescriptionShalom Aleichem Autograph Letter Signed on a postcard, 5.5" x 3.5", Kiev, 1905. A scarce letter in Hebrew: "The translation is very beautiful. – and I didn't leave enough time to put in it any corrections, modifications and to add things as I would like to. With respect and esteem, Shalom Aleichem."
Shalom Aleichem (1859-1916) was a 19th and early 20th Century Yiddish author and humorist. He was born in Ukraine and lived there most of his life, until migrating to the United States in 1906.
Condition: Creasing at the corners, with some staining on verso. Boldly written and signed in black ink. Accompanied by a full translation.
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