Feature and banner image from Broken Cisterns, courtesy of American Jewish University. ¤ HIGH ON A HILLTOP in the Santa Susana savannahs of Southern California sits a large structure composed of nested concrete cylinders, the House of the Book. In 1954, Shlomo Bardin — founder of the Brandeis-Bardin Institute — commissioned architect Sidney Eisenshtat to […]
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