By Abby Klionsky
David Gitlitz, 78, Scholar Of Sephardic Jewish History
(JTA) — When David Gitlitz first walked the Camino de Santiago, a network of pilgrimage trails in northwestern Spain dating to the Middle Ages, he was a young professor at Indiana University. The 500-mile trek became an enduring fascination for Gitlitz and his wife, the late Linda Kay Davidson, whom he met on that first…
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