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entire correspondence and working files have been presented to
the American Jewish Archives in Cincinnati. These contain con-
siderable material of value which cannot be found elsewhere,
and will be available for the use of future researchers and
historians.
Nothing creative in the Los Angeles Jewish community was
alien to Dr. Seman. Like a productive tree, he will always be
known and appreciated for his rich fruits. His work will never
die, for it is compounded of enduring ingredients—vision, energy,
integrity and truth.