Highlights of Judaica Europeana digital collectionsWe invite you to explore the digital collections ofJudaica Europeana pa...
The Sephardi Museum in ToledoThe museum holdsarchaeological and ethnographiccollections on the history ofSephardi Jews fro...
Sephardi Museum, ToledoSeder haggadah shel pesaj: Im pitron belashon sefardi, Livorno, Shelomo Belforte, 1852             ...
Sephardi Museum, ToledoFestival ofPurim, engravingby L.F.Dubourg, Amsterdam,1701                          x
Jewish Museum of Greece in AthensThe museum‟s collections reflect thehistory and traditions of Romanioteand Sephardi Jews ...
Jewish Museum of Greece                 Traditional women‟s                 costumes from                 Saloniki from th...
Jewish Museum of Greece                                      Haim Nahmia owner of tavern   Jewish boy scouts from Patras o...
Jewish Historical Institute, WarsawThe JHI (ZIH) digitized theWroclaw Jewish Community‟sarchives, which span the years1744...
Jewish Historical Institute, WarsawCCharitable support for impoverishedJewish brides, Wroclaw, 1843                       ...
Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw                                  Breslauer Jewish Community News,Lina Morgenstern, 183...
Hungarian Jewish Archives, BudapestThe digitized collection includes:• Records of the Pest Jewish  Community 1800-1950• Re...
The Hungarian Jewish Archives, Budapest                                 Invitation sent by the                            ...
Venice State ArchivesFiles and registers• Jewish charity 1581-1799• Regulations for Jews 1516-1799• Documents on Jews 1750...
Venice State ArchivesMaps of the Ghetto from theTax Office
Venice State Archives                            Section of the                            „Scuola di San                 ...
Palatina Library, Parma    The De Rossi Collection of Hebrew    manuscripts and incunabula from the    11th - 16th centuri...
Alliance Israélite Universelle, ParisThe AIU archives and library collectionsinclude:• Historic documents; photographs abo...
Alliance Israélite Universelle                   Montrouge                   cemetery,                   A. Durlacher,    ...
Alliance Israélite Universelle                                     Madame Lucie                                     Dreyfu...
Medem Library – Paris Yiddish CentreThe Centre has the largest multimedia resource on Yiddish culture inEurope. The digita...
Paris Yiddish Center—Medem Library               Moadim:               Frontispice of               a prayer book         ...
Paris Yiddish Center—Medem LibraryHadgadyo: engraving by El Lissitzky,   The journal Di royte veltEditions Kultur-lige, Ki...
Frankfurt University LibraryThe Judaica collection is the largest in Germany and one ofthe most important collections worl...
Frankfurt University Library Judaica Collection              Bertha              Pappenheim, who              became famou...
Frankfurt University LibraryThe FrankfurtGhettoestablished in1462. Thebuildings inthis area weredemolished inthe late 19th...
Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam                   Religion, culture and history of the                   Jews in the N...
Jewish Historical Museum, AmsterdamTwo of Charlotte Salomon‟s series of 1,300gouaches entitled Life? Or Theatre, one ofthe...
Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam                                                 Collection box for tuberculosis hospit...
Centre français des musiques juives, Paris                           Oifn Pripetshik, folkloric song,                     ...
Star of David and the Italian flag: digital collection ofuser-generated Jewish content                                    ...
Books, journals and archives on Jewish life in Italy                                        x
Stories, poetry and unpublished memoirs                                   x
Stella di David e Tricolore: a community archivefrom Siena presented by Anna di Castro                                Abra...
Stella di David e Tricolore: Siena community1929 Pesach Seder             19 March 1945, the first Jewish                 ...
The Judaica Europeana team in Budapest, 2011
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  1. 1. Highlights of Judaica Europeana digital collectionsWe invite you to explore the digital collections ofJudaica Europeana partners
  2. 2. The Sephardi Museum in ToledoThe museum holdsarchaeological and ethnographiccollections on the history ofSephardi Jews from all over theworld with a special focus on themedieval period - the GoldenAge of Jewish history in Spain.It also has an importantcollection of Hebrew books,documents and manuscripts. x
  3. 3. Sephardi Museum, ToledoSeder haggadah shel pesaj: Im pitron belashon sefardi, Livorno, Shelomo Belforte, 1852 x
  4. 4. Sephardi Museum, ToledoFestival ofPurim, engravingby L.F.Dubourg, Amsterdam,1701 x
  5. 5. Jewish Museum of Greece in AthensThe museum‟s collections reflect thehistory and traditions of Romanioteand Sephardi Jews of Greece: ritualand domestic objects, photographs,coins, etchings, manuscripts,documents, Holocaust testimonies,and architectural heritage. Tik, wooden case for the Sefer Torah, 19th century x
  6. 6. Jewish Museum of Greece Traditional women‟s costumes from Saloniki from the 19th century Souvenir from Saloniki postcard dated 1917 x
  7. 7. Jewish Museum of Greece Haim Nahmia owner of tavern Jewish boy scouts from Patras on in Ioannina, with a member of the Acropolis, Athens, 1938 the town‟s military band, 1938 x
  8. 8. Jewish Historical Institute, WarsawThe JHI (ZIH) digitized theWroclaw Jewish Community‟sarchives, which span the years1744-1944. They includedocuments on communal lifeand membership, schools,hospital, various charities,electoral and death registers,burial society, emigration, theJewish Theological SeminaryLibrary and the Association ofGerman Jews. Jewish Theological Seminary, Wroclaw x
  9. 9. Jewish Historical Institute, WarsawCCharitable support for impoverishedJewish brides, Wroclaw, 1843 Eye Hospital and Foundation, Wroclaw 1901 x
  10. 10. Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw Breslauer Jewish Community News,Lina Morgenstern, 1830- May 1930, commemorating the 70th birthday1909, philanthropist and social of Paula Ollendorf, a Jewish feministactivist x
  11. 11. Hungarian Jewish Archives, BudapestThe digitized collection includes:• Records of the Pest Jewish Community 1800-1950• Records of the Central Board of Hungarian Jewry 1868-1950• Community registers, minute books, correspondence, manuscripts• Register of pews of the Dohanyi Street synagogue• Postcard collection and photographs Synagogue, Debreczen, c.1920 x
  12. 12. The Hungarian Jewish Archives, Budapest Invitation sent by the Community of Pest to Schwab Löw, Rabbi of Prosnitz, 1835 Title page of theRegister of names from Sefer Zichronotthe minute (Minutebook, Chevra Kadisha book), Community ofof Pest, 1827 Pest, 1850 x
  13. 13. Venice State ArchivesFiles and registers• Jewish charity 1581-1799• Regulations for Jews 1516-1799• Documents on Jews 1750-1796• Documents on Jews 1705-1795• Ghetto 1587-1647• Ghetto 1661-1740• Death records• Policies towards Jews Arzere alchemica 2010 (Venice) by Tobia Ravà x
  14. 14. Venice State ArchivesMaps of the Ghetto from theTax Office
  15. 15. Venice State Archives Section of the „Scuola di San Rocco‟ building in Ghetto Nuovo, from the archive “Ufficiali al cattaveri” (Tax Office) x
  16. 16. Palatina Library, Parma The De Rossi Collection of Hebrew manuscripts and incunabula from the 11th - 16th centuries“ Yishaq ben Shelomoh ibn Sahulah The YaAqob ben Asher, Arbaah Fable of the Ancients printed in Fano by turim, printed in Piove di Sacco Gershom ben Mosheh Soncino, ca. 1497 by Meshullam Kuzi, 1475 x
  17. 17. Alliance Israélite Universelle, ParisThe AIU archives and library collectionsinclude:• Historic documents; photographs about AIU schools in France, other European countries and around the Mediterranean• French Jewish press and periodicals• Books and iconography copied from books• Videos about the work of AIU Ode to peace by Aaron Cahen, sung in the Great Synagogue of Metz in 1807 on Napoleon Bonaparte‟s birthday. x
  18. 18. Alliance Israélite Universelle Montrouge cemetery, A. Durlacher, Paris 1886 A guide to Jewish monuments in France, Paris 1930 x
  19. 19. Alliance Israélite Universelle Madame Lucie Dreyfus leaving the Letter from Alfred Rennes Dreyfus to his prison, publish wife, 1895 ed by A. Gerschel, 1930 x
  20. 20. Medem Library – Paris Yiddish CentreThe Centre has the largest multimedia resource on Yiddish culture inEurope. The digital collection includes books in Yiddish and otherlanguages, extensive collection of Yiddish press and over 4,000recordings of Yiddish songs, klezmer and liturgical music. Reyzele, a song by songwriter and poet Mordechai Gebirtyg (1877-1942) about a young mans love for his Reyzele. Click on this disk to link to the recording x
  21. 21. Paris Yiddish Center—Medem Library Moadim: Frontispice of a prayer book with commentaries in Yiddish, Amst erdam, 1768 Tsenerene : Yiddish translation of a page from the Torah, Sulzbach , 1826 x
  22. 22. Paris Yiddish Center—Medem LibraryHadgadyo: engraving by El Lissitzky, The journal Di royte veltEditions Kultur-lige, Kiev, 1919 n 11, Kiev, 1926 x
  23. 23. Frankfurt University LibraryThe Judaica collection is the largest in Germany and one ofthe most important collections worldwide: books, pamphlets,periodicals, maps, newspapers and manuscripts. A volume of music published in 1867 by the Munich synagogue cantor M. G. Loewenstamm for the wedding of Ludwig II of Bavaria with Sofia of Bavaria. The wedding was cancelled. Part of a large collection of Jewish music sheets, containing liturgical music, opera and folksongs. x
  24. 24. Frankfurt University Library Judaica Collection Bertha Pappenheim, who became famous as the patient Anna O. in Sigmund Freud‟s psychoanalysis. Minhagim, Amsterdam, 1722-23 © Collection of Judaica Sammlung, Universitat sbibliothek, Goethe Universitat, Frankfurt/M ain x
  25. 25. Frankfurt University LibraryThe FrankfurtGhettoestablished in1462. Thebuildings inthis area weredemolished inthe late 19thcentury. x
  26. 26. Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam Religion, culture and history of the Jews in the Netherlands and its former colonies are the main focus of the museums collection, which includes works of art, ceremonial items, everyday objects and historical objects. Jodenbuurt, E.A. Alexander 1889, oil on canvas, the Jewish quarter in Amsterdamthe Jewish 1Jewish x
  27. 27. Jewish Historical Museum, AmsterdamTwo of Charlotte Salomon‟s series of 1,300gouaches entitled Life? Or Theatre, one ofthe highlights of the collection. x
  28. 28. Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam Collection box for tuberculosis hospital „Zonnestraal‟, to be established by the Diamond Workers‟ Union, 1920-1930. Part of a growing collection of everyday objects demonstrating Jewish involvement in Dutch commerce and industry.Liesje and Hans Bloch, ca. 1939. Andries Blochhid his personal belongings before deportationto the Westerbork transit camp in 1943. Foundduring house renovations they tell the movingstory of the life and work of a Jewish doctorand his family. x
  29. 29. Centre français des musiques juives, Paris Oifn Pripetshik, folkloric song, Saturn Records, 78 rpm, late 1940s Title: Oif Voix du Ghetto, Yiddish songs from the Warsaw Ghetto, Jacques Grober, 7 Productions, 1993 x
  30. 30. Star of David and the Italian flag: digital collection ofuser-generated Jewish content x
  31. 31. Books, journals and archives on Jewish life in Italy x
  32. 32. Stories, poetry and unpublished memoirs x
  33. 33. Stella di David e Tricolore: a community archivefrom Siena presented by Anna di Castro Abramo Castelnuovo‟s shop in the Piazzo del Synagogue c.1900 Campo, Siena, early 1900s x
  34. 34. Stella di David e Tricolore: Siena community1929 Pesach Seder 19 March 1945, the first Jewish wedding in liberated Siena x
  35. 35. The Judaica Europeana team in Budapest, 2011

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