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Julie-Marthe Cohen Discusses Provenance Research

When Julie-Marthe Cohen visited Jewish institutions in New York to present a new handbook on provenance research in March 2017, she did not feel assured of a warm reception. “People are very concerned about time and money,” said Cohen. Provenance research, while acknowledged as an obligation by professional ethics and …

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Community Outreach in Portland: Where the Yekkes Wear Flannel

Michael Simonson answers questions about the work of the LBI New York to participants in a workshop at the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education in January, 2020.

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From Prague to Princeton: Tracing the Story of the Kulbach Family

Devotion, heartache, intrigue, New Age spiritualism, the von Trapp family, a love triangle, and even Matthew Broderick! The Frankl-Kulbach family collection has it all.

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Safeguarding LBI Collections with Knowledge and Planning

Practicing recovery & restoration of waterlogged books, papers, & other artifacts is just one of the ways that staff at LBI and CJH ensure that our collections will endure even if disaster strikes.

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Experiencing 1933, One Day and One Document at a Time

The online project “1933: The Beginning of the End of German Jewry” presents a variety of primary source materials that bear witness to the disenfranchisement and exclusion of German Jews.

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Final Sale in Berlin—Database of Jewish-Owned Businesses in Berlin Now Part of LBI Collections

Historian Christoph Kreutzmueller presents his study on the destruction of Jewish commercial life in Berlin and donates a remarkable database of Jewish businesses to the LBI.

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2018 Gerald Westheimer Career Development Fellows

Jason Lustig and Mirjam Thulin are the recipients of the 2018 Career Development Fellowships.

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New Research Tool: German Refugee Rabbis in the United States, 1933–1990

A new online database tracks the careers and biographies of Rabbis who fled Germany for the United States, and LBI’s rich archival collections figure prominently in the linked sources.

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Family Research has Deep Roots at LBI

For over 25 years, our Family Research Department has provided guidance and assistance to family and community historians.

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News from the Family Research Department

The Family Research Department, in conjunction with the Robert Ira Lewy Reference Service, provides assistance to researchers throughout the world.