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Rebecca Lubetkin's Bat Mitzvah, 1951

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Rebecca Lubetkin and her twin brother Hank celebrate their Bar and Bat Mitzvah in 1951.
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Rebecca Lubetkin and her twin brother Hank celebrate their Bar and Bat Mitzvah in 1951.
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Rebecca Lubetkin's 60th Bat Mitz-versary

“It’s funny how practices that seem way out in one generation become so commonplace in another that people wonder what took so long.

Bernice Kilman, February 2010

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Shakespearean scholar Bernice Kliman (1933-2011) in February 2010.

Photo courtesy Merwin Kliman.

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Shakespearean scholar Bernice Kliman (1933-2011) in February 2010.

Photo courtesy Merwin Kliman.

Bernice Kliman and her Husband at her Bat Mitzvah, December 2006

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Shakespearean scholar Bernice Kliman and husband Merwin at her bat mitzvah, December 2006.

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Shakespearean scholar Bernice Kliman and husband Merwin at her bat mitzvah, December 2006.

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Bernice Kilman, 2008

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Shakespearean scholar Bernice Kliman (1933-2011) in 2008.

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Shakespearean scholar Bernice Kliman (1933-2011) in 2008.

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Bernice W. Kliman, 1933 - 2011

An outstanding Shakespearean, dedicated editor, and wonderful colleague, Bernice W. Kliman brought vibrancy, enthusiasm, and intellectual curiosity to all she did. She was a woman of unbounded energy and sense of humor, characterized by her decorative stockings and delightful swagger.

Foremost among her many accomplishments was her Shakespearean scholarship as editor of the Variorum Hamlet, as a member and often chair of the Columbia University Shakespeare Seminar, but most especially her pioneering research of film productions of Shakespeare.

Paula Hyman Teaching

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Paula Hyman, celebrated social historian, photographed while teaching.
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Paula Hyman with her Children, 1986

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Paula Hyman with her daughters in Israel, Summer 1986.
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Paula Hyman with her daughters in Israel, Summer 1986.
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Paula Hyman with her Children, 1986

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Paula Hyman with her daughters in Israel, Spring 1986.
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Paula Hyman with her daughters in Israel, Spring 1986.
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Paula Hyman, 1946 - 2011

 Despite talking on occasion about death, and Paula telling me that rarely did a day go by that she did not think about her own mortality, like most people I preferred to imagine that we all would live forever, or at least long enough.

Paula crammed so much life and accomplishments into her 65 years. She tasted many pleasures, including some—like grandchildren—she had not assumed that she would experience.

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