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Y Todo Comenzo en Urla: Cronica de la Familia Varon

by Nissim Mayo Frid

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"And Everything Began At Urla (Turkey); The Chronicle of The Varon Family" ("Y Todo Commenzo En Urla; Cronica de la Familia Varon") authored by Frid Mayo, Nissim.

The book includes documents, genealogical tree beginning from 1859. This is a rare hard-covered book of some 410 pages on the Varon family from Turkey, written by the author in Peru.

It is a well put together comprehensive genealogy book complete with maps, trees and photos. There were only a few copies printed, and this is the "last surviving" copy which was given to a prominent Sephardic leader in New York who later died and I received the book as part of a collection. ( )
  SephardicLibrary | May 17, 2009 |
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