|Translated title||Jewish Folk Imagery in Alsace|
Robert Weyl, Freddy Raphaël, Martine Weyl.
Pfaffenhoffen, France, 1977. Booklet, 16 pp., illustrations: 2 b&w, 22 × 15 cm. French.
Musée de l’ Imagerie Peinte et Populaire (16 March–15 June 1977)
Selection of objects owned and commissioned by Alsatian Jews. The first, and largest, sections focused on their love of hanging pictorial objects (paintings, portraits, mizrach plaques, etc.), and Torah binders. The remaining objects are 2 Pesach towel covers and souvenirs of military conscription. Text and descriptive entries by Robert Weyl, Freddy Raphaël and Martine Weyl. 53 items.