IT’S NEVER TO EARLY TO START SENDING OUT YOUR GREETING CARDS! CHAG SAMEACH!
Sending out “Happy New Years” cards around Rosh Hashana is great way to show you care. Have you written yours yet? You can even try to get the kids involved, like the woman in this picture, and start teaching them early the etiquette of Judaism.
Woman sitting and writing at a table. Two children stand next to her. Divided back.  #125.
Yeshiva University Museum, New York (2005.039)

IT’S NEVER TO EARLY TO START SENDING OUT YOUR GREETING CARDS! CHAG SAMEACH!

Sending out “Happy New Years” cards around Rosh Hashana is great way to show you care. Have you written yours yet? You can even try to get the kids involved, like the woman in this picture, and start teaching them early the etiquette of Judaism.

Woman sitting and writing at a table. Two children stand next to her. Divided back.  #125.

Yeshiva University Museum, New York (2005.039)

IT’S NEVER TO EARLY TO START SENDING OUT YOUR GREETING CARDS! CHAG SAMEACH!
Sending out “Happy New Years” cards around Rosh Hashana is great way to show you care. Have you written yours yet? You can even try to get the kids involved, like the woman in this picture, and start teaching them early the etiquette of Judaism.
Woman sitting and writing at a table. Two children stand next to her. Divided back.  #125.
Yeshiva University Museum, New York (2005.039)

IT’S NEVER TO EARLY TO START SENDING OUT YOUR GREETING CARDS! CHAG SAMEACH!

Sending out “Happy New Years” cards around Rosh Hashana is great way to show you care. Have you written yours yet? You can even try to get the kids involved, like the woman in this picture, and start teaching them early the etiquette of Judaism.

Woman sitting and writing at a table. Two children stand next to her. Divided back.  #125.

Yeshiva University Museum, New York (2005.039)

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