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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.


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.


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.

Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter

Agata Sobczak

Agata Sobczak (she/her), is a Research & Archival Assistant at the Leo Baeck Institute, NY. She is a graduate of Fordham University’s master’s program in history under the mentorship of Professor Magda Teter. Agata’s research focuses on Polish-Jewish-German relations in interwar Upper Silesia. In her thesis titled “Manufacturing Polish Identity: …


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.


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.


Musik im Leo Baeck Institut

In addition to books and archival collections devoted to music and musicians, LBI has a small collection of recorded music.


2018 Gerald Westheimer Career Development Fellows

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


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.


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.