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Jewish Studies

A Subject Guide to research in all fields related to Jewish Studies, on campus and beyond


Early New York Synagogue Archives: A joint project of the Library of The Jewish Theological Seminary, the American Jewish Historical Society, and the Center for Jewish History. Documents and images (1730-early 1900s) that tell the story of the five first synagogues in New York City.

Guide to the YIVO Archives: YIVO Archives include primary and secondary research materials about Yiddish language, literature and culture, including the Yiddish press and theater; European history with a focus on East European Jewish history; The Holocaust and its aftermath; Jewish life in the United States with a focus on the period of migration from 1880-1960.

Major Jewish Archives - Search for additional archives and archival collections in the above indexes

American Jewish Archives  


Oral Histories

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