The American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS)

The American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS) Founded in 1892, AJHS is one of the world's oldest historical societies. AJHS is one of the oldest organizations of its kind. Founded in the year of the 400th anniversary of Columbus's voyage to the New World, its purpose was to demonstrate through historical scholarship the claim of Jews to full membership in American society.
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To this end it supported publications and lectures for researchers who at that time had no institutional support, as Jewish historians, in mainstream colleges and universities. Today AJHS still supports scholarship through its Academic Council (comprised of most of the leading scholars in the field), its journal "American Jewish History," its public programing, and exhibitions. But mainly AJHS is a great research center, holding the largest collection of primary source materials on all aspects of American Jewish History (alongside the other great archive, American Jewish Archives in Cincinnati).

To this end it supported publications and lectures for researchers who at that time had no institutional support, as Jewish historians, in mainstream colleges and universities. Today AJHS still supports scholarship through its Academic Council (comprised of most of the leading scholars in the field), its journal "American Jewish History," its public programing, and exhibitions. But mainly AJHS is a great research center, holding the largest collection of primary source materials on all aspects of American Jewish History (alongside the other great archive, American Jewish Archives in Cincinnati).

Mission: We preserve precious records, support scholars, and inform the public about the contributions of American Jews.

Operating as usual

Young men and women working on writing for publications at Camp Wel-Met, 1948. Camp Wel-Met was founded in 1935 under th...
01/19/2021

Young men and women working on writing for publications at Camp Wel-Met, 1948. Camp Wel-Met was founded in 1935 under the name Metropolitan Jewish Centers Camp Association and overtime became one of the nation's largest sleep-away camps. It was known for its no frills activities and facilities, and is fondly remembered for the joyful community building that it fostered.
Wel-Met has since dissolved, but the name is still used today by a camp in the Bronx, NY.
Photographed by: Heinz H. Weissenstein. Part of the National Jewish Welfare Board Records at AJHS.
#jewishhistory #jewish #history #camp #community #friendship

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with Joachim Prinz and Shad Polier at American Jewish Congress event in 1963.  *Today we rem...
01/18/2021

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with Joachim Prinz and Shad Polier at American Jewish Congress event in 1963.
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Today we remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. a baptist minister and activist who worked tirelessly advocating for the voting rights, labor rights, and human rights of the Black American community. Though tactics such as sit-ins, marches, boycotts, and protest he was able to bring the urgent issue of civil rights protections to the forefront of political discussions and legislation. He was assassinated for these efforts in 1968. Seen with him here: Shad Polier, American lawyer and civic leader for anti- discrimination rights of labor and minorities. As well as Dr. Joachim Prinz, a rabbi who escaped Nazi Germany and was President of the American Jewish Congress who co-organized the August 28, 1963 March on Washington with Dr. King.
#ajhsnyc #mlk #mlkday #drmartinlutherkingjr #civilrights #votingrights #activism #ajcongress

"AJ Congress Serves America, the Jewish People, Human Welfare!" Photo taken at the AJ Congress National Convention, Wome...
01/14/2021

"AJ Congress Serves America, the Jewish People, Human Welfare!" Photo taken at the AJ Congress National Convention, Women's Division in 1953.
AJ Congress was founded to advocate for equal rights for all Americans regardless of race, religion, or national ancestry.
#jewish #jewishhistory #history #jewishamerican

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. leads the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963. To the right of Dr. King in sungl...
01/13/2021

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. leads the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963. To the right of Dr. King in sunglasses is German- American Rabbi Joachim Prinz. After immigrating to the United States from Germany, Dr. Prinz dedicated his life to advocating for the civil rights of all Americans. He saw the discrimination and violence that Black and other minority groups faced, in the context of his own experience under Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party. Before Dr. King delivered his infamous "I Have a Dream" speech, Dr. Prinz (then President of the American Jewish Congress) addressed the crowd. He contended that in the face of discrimination, "the most urgent, the most disgraceful, the most shameful and the most tragic problem is silence." Part of the AJ Congress collection at AJHS.
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In March of 1965 it is thought that 25,000 people marched from Selma to Montgomery, to protest the voter suppression of ...
01/07/2021

In March of 1965 it is thought that 25,000 people marched from Selma to Montgomery, to protest the voter suppression of Black individuals in Alabama. Protesters marched for 3 days over 54 miles escorted by the National Guard. Federal protection was necessary after several attempts to march had been thwarted by violent attacks from local law enforcement and white vigilante groups.
Pictured: American Jewish Congress members holding signs at Montgomery March, 1965. AJ Congress collections at AJHS.
#ajhsnyc #votersuppression #votes #protest #march #jewish #american #jewishhistory #history #jewishamerican

Even after the Civil Rights Act of 1964 forbade voter discrimination on the basis of race, black voters continue to meet...
01/07/2021

Even after the Civil Rights Act of 1964 forbade voter discrimination on the basis of race, black voters continue to meet fierce resistance in many states. The Montgomery March of 1965 was an effort to register black voters in the South. Marchers were confronted with deadly violence from local authorities and white vigilante groups. This photo of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Harry Belafonte near podium at Montgomery March in 1965, is part of the American Jewish Congress Collection at AJHS.
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We see a history of community engagement in our National Jewish Welfare Board records. Pictured here, a group of B'nai B...
12/31/2020

We see a history of community engagement in our National Jewish Welfare Board records. Pictured here, a group of B'nai Birth Girls registering students for youth conference activities in Bridgeport, Connecticut, circa 1950. Visit the AJHS archives for more about the NJWB. #Jewish #jewishhistory #history #community #womeninhistory #Jewishwomen #organizing

Acting legend Molly Picon is seen onstage performing for a U.S.O. show.  Part of a tour of camps of the United States du...
12/30/2020

Acting legend Molly Picon is seen onstage performing for a U.S.O. show. Part of a tour of camps of the United States during World War II, March 21, 1945.
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The U.S.O. brings you Christmas greetings! This photo was taken in El Paso, Texas in December 1941.  You can see numerou...
12/25/2020

The U.S.O. brings you Christmas greetings! This photo was taken in El Paso, Texas in December 1941. You can see numerous charity organizations listed on the side of the bus including The Jewish Welfare Board. Busses of carolers were sent to all ports, U.S.O. centers, and railroad stations to bring song and cheer.

Culinary Historian Sarah Lohman created an excellent 3 course meal of kosher Chinese food for her newest AJHS blog post....
12/23/2020

Culinary Historian Sarah Lohman created an excellent 3 course meal of kosher Chinese food for her newest AJHS blog post.
"Our first course of Wonton Soup comes from Millie Chan’s Kosher Chinese Cookbook. Chan is from a Chinese-American family, and her parents owned a Chinese restaurant in San Antonio, Texas. Her large extended family instilled in her a love of cooking traditional Cantonese dishes. She grew up to become a cooking instructor, and after working with a student that kept Kosher, decided to adapt many of her recipes to Kosher laws. She ended up teaching Kosher Chinese cooking classes at Manhattans' Spanish-Portuguese Synagogue for many years, and laughed that, “I am often asked by my students … ‘Are you Jewish?’ I smile and say no.”
Chan found many comparisons between traditional Chinese and Jewish cuisines. She compared folded wontons with a meat filling to kreplach, and suggests, “Serve wonton soup rather than the traditional matzah ball soup.” Visit our blog for the recipe: https://ajhs.org/blog/kosher-chinese-christmas-american-jewish-tradition

Online sales of board games, crafts, and puzzles were up almost 4,000% this past year.  And it's no wonder, with 2020 be...
12/23/2020

Online sales of board games, crafts, and puzzles were up almost 4,000% this past year. And it's no wonder, with 2020 being a year largely spent indoors, games were just the thing to keep us entertained! We found this photo of a group of men playing checkers at Young Men’s Hebrew Association in Nashville, Tennessee, circa 1930. You can find this photo and others like it, in our National Jewish Welfare Board collections. #games #checkers #history #jewish #jewishhistory

For over a century American Jews have eaten American Chinese food on Christmas.  Although no one knows when the traditio...
12/22/2020

For over a century American Jews have eaten American Chinese food on Christmas.
Although no one knows when the tradition of feasting on Chinese food on December 25 became a universal activity for American Jews, we do have a sense of the reasons why it happened. Lee attributes the ritual to the fact that Jewish and Chinese immigrants didn’t share the same days of worship as the rest of predominantly Christian America. So simply, Chinese restaurants would be open on Christmas, and Jewish people were available to go to them. Particularly in New York City at the turn of the 20th century, the densely populated Jewish Lower East Side of Manhattan was a short walk to Chinatown on the west side.
Chinese cooking has also been called “safe traif” by some. It uses no dairy, so it wouldn’t break Kosher laws by combining meat and milk. Much of Chinese-American cuisine does use a lot of pork, however; but it’s often cut up so small that one could ignore it if one was so inclined.
Read our new blog post from culinary historian Sarah Lohman, featuring a 3 course kosher American Chinese food dinner: https://ajhs.org/blog/kosher-chinese-christmas-american-jewish-tradition

Dreaming of the days when we can put our dancing shoes on again. This photo was taken in 1919 at the J.W.B. Servicemen's...
12/21/2020

Dreaming of the days when we can put our dancing shoes on again.
This photo was taken in 1919 at the J.W.B. Servicemen's Center in Waukegan, Illinois. Find this photo and others like it, in our National Jewish Welfare Board collections. #jewish #jewishhistory #history #dance

Sharing in light and music.Found in the Hadassah Medical Organization Papers; 1940s-1950s, the Hadassah Collection is on...
12/17/2020

Sharing in light and music.
Found in the Hadassah Medical Organization Papers; 1940s-1950s, the Hadassah Collection is on long term loan to the American Jewish Historical Society.
#ajhsnyc #hanukkah #chanukah #menorah #music #jewish #jewishhistory

Girls Singing the Ma’oz Tzur.  Photographed by Dr. K. Meyerwitz part of the Hadassah Collection, estimated date range 19...
12/16/2020

Girls Singing the Ma’oz Tzur. Photographed by Dr. K. Meyerwitz part of the Hadassah Collection, estimated date range 1940s-1950s. #menorah #hanukkah #history

Over 300 servicemen and veteran patients of all faiths were the guests of the Beverly Hills B'nai B'rith Men's Lodge at ...
12/15/2020

Over 300 servicemen and veteran patients of all faiths were the guests of the Beverly Hills B'nai B'rith Men's Lodge at a USO-Jewish Welfare Board Hanukkah dinner and show at Frank Sennes' Moulin Rouge, Hollywood, California, December 19, 1954. In this photograph, Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Samuel W. Chomsky, left, lights the Hanukkah candles. Seated, left to right, Alvin Malinow, chairman of the Veterans Affairs Committee of the Beverly Hills B'nai B'rith Men's Lodge and Julius M. Cohen, USO-JWB Area Director; standing, Albert Isenberg, president of the Beverly Hills B'nai B'rith Men's Lodge and the Werner twins of the Moulin Rouge show look on. #ajhsnyc #hanukkah #menorah #USO #jewish #jewishhistory

Eight soldiers gather with their Jewish chaplain to put finishing touches on a giant menorah for Hanukah celebration at ...
12/14/2020

Eight soldiers gather with their Jewish chaplain to put finishing touches on a giant menorah for Hanukah celebration at Ft. Eustis, VA. Other Jewish GIs, in other lands celebrate the holiday as part of the National Jewish Welfare Board's year-round, world-wide program of religious and morale activities for Jews in uniform.
Jewish chaplains, like Lt. Isaac Lubin (center, with hammer), lead khaki congregations in traditional festivities. Circa 1950.
#ajhsnyc #hanukkah, #menorah #jewishhistory #history #jewish #GIs

How will you share the story of Hanukkah with your family?  This photo of children using string puppets can be found in ...
12/13/2020

How will you share the story of Hanukkah with your family? This photo of children using string puppets can be found in our National Jewish Welfare Board collection, circa 1940.
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#ajhsnyc #jewish #jewishhistory # history #Hanukkah #stories #family

Giant Hanukah candlelight ceremony at a JCC.  This photo, part of our National Jewish Welfare Board collections was take...
12/12/2020

Giant Hanukah candlelight ceremony at a JCC. This photo, part of our National Jewish Welfare Board collections was taken in 1950.
#ajhsnyc #hanukkah #jcc #jewish #jewishhistory #menorah #lights

The Hanukkah Play! Students dress to tell the story of Hanukkah.Photo from the Hadassah Collection on loan to AJHS, esti...
12/11/2020

The Hanukkah Play! Students dress to tell the story of Hanukkah.
Photo from the Hadassah Collection on loan to AJHS, estimated date, 1950's.
#ajhsnyc #hanukkah #hadassah #play #history #jewish #jewishhistory

We look to our past to better understand and find comfort in our present moment.  Our archivists looked to the collectio...
12/10/2020

We look to our past to better understand and find comfort in our present moment. Our archivists looked to the collections in search of other moments in our history when our loved ones were far from us physically, but close to our hearts. This photo of a Chaplain lighting the menorah for Hanukkah in Korea is surrounded by American soldiers far from home. Taken in 1951, fighting would continue for 2 more long years drawing to a close in July of 1953. However, a formal peace treaty was never signed. An estimated 5 million lives were lost in this conflict including soldiers on both sides and civilians.
#ajhsnyc #history #jewish #jewishhistory #hanukkah #menorah

How will you and your family share your light this season?  This photo from the National Jewish Welfare Board collection...
12/09/2020

How will you and your family share your light this season? This photo from the National Jewish Welfare Board collections shows a family with their very tall outdoor menorah! The specific date is unknown but our archivists place this in the 1940's.
#ajhsnyc #happychanukah #hanukkah #jewish #jewishhistory #history #celebrate #menorah #family

A Look Back on Solidarity; our new blog post written by guest author Jerry Goodman, reflects on when over 250,000 people...
12/06/2020
AJHS | A Look Back on Solidarity

A Look Back on Solidarity; our new blog post written by guest author Jerry Goodman, reflects on when over 250,000 people rallied in D.C. to support freedom for Soviet Jewry. #onthisday in 1987 the Jewish community and it's allies came together to focus the worlds attention on an urgent issue of human rights . The next day a summit meeting between the Soviet Union and America was scheduled between President Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev. It is thought that this demonstration contributed to Reagan's ability to convey the Jewish community’s concerns for the future of Soviet Jews. Read the post here: https://ajhs.org/blog/look-back-solidarity
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A Look Back on Solidarity:

Purim Party at Ludwig Satz's House in Sea Gate, Brooklyn, ca. 1925. Pictured are Yiddish Theater actors including Celia ...
12/02/2020

Purim Party at Ludwig Satz's House in Sea Gate, Brooklyn, ca. 1925. Pictured are Yiddish Theater actors including Celia Adler, her son (the boy in front) and Lazar Freed.

12/02/2020
LIVE FROM THE ARCHIVES: Antisemitism in the United States

Our latest Live From the Archives is now available to view on our YouTube page!
In 1892 a group of American Jewish community leaders came together to create the American Jewish Historical Society, an organization dedicated to the preservation and celebration of American Jewish history. In fulfilling that mission, the founders hoped that the archives of AJHS would help "dispel prejudice."

Over 138 years later, our members ranked antisemitism as one of the most highly requested topics for our Live From The Archives series. On this episode we'll take a closer look at the "Antisemitica" collection, examining cartoons, newspapers and pamphlets that trace antisemitism's path through our nation's history. We'll also draw on the investigative files of Abraham Shoenfeld, the undercover detective who spent the second half of his career investigating white nationalists for the American Jewish Committee. Historians Dr. Tony Michels and Dr. Lila Corwin Berman join Executive Director Dr. Annie Polland in conversation, charting a historical understanding of antisemitism from the 1880s through the 1950s.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QP3ucf-XujU&ab_channel=AmericanJewishHistoricalSociety

In 1892 a group of American Jewish community leaders came together to create the American Jewish Historical Society, an organization dedicated to the preserv...

The digital programing we launched in 2020 enabled us to connect with our members in a new and more accessible way!  We ...
12/01/2020

The digital programing we launched in 2020 enabled us to connect with our members in a new and more accessible way! We saw participants from across the country and around the world join us; to learn about the history of jewish families and leaders in the United States, to write poems inspired by The New Colossus, and to learn how to bake pumpkin burekas. We couldn't have done it without you! This #GivingTuesday consider making a donation to AJHS to support future programming! https://ajhs.org/donate-now
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Now more than ever, support from friends and members can make a difference. Your support directly enables us to continue...
12/01/2020

Now more than ever, support from friends and members can make a difference. Your support directly enables us to continue our important work. From business, finance and commerce, to politics, education, science, art, sports, human rights, and the everyday activities of family life—AJHS has ensured that the record is kept, the history is told and our shared heritage is not forgotten. Please consider making a contribution to AJHS this #GivingTuesday. https://ajhs.org/donate-now

In the spring of 1892, prominent attorney Oscar Straus invited 150 American Jewish communal leaders to discuss the forma...
11/30/2020

In the spring of 1892, prominent attorney Oscar Straus invited 150 American Jewish communal leaders to discuss the formation of an historical society. While regional historical societies had begun to dot the nation, no ethnic, cultural or immigrant group had yet formed such an organization. As their reply cards show us, 114 immediately voiced support for the endeavor, and 41 met in New York City for the first convening. Many prospective members couldn’t easily travel to New York from their homes in Chicago, Baltimore, Nashville and elsewhere. Still they happily signed on to the principles and goals stated by the conveners and they began to grapple with how to bring Jewish values together with American ideals.

Our 2020 Emma Lazarus Poetry Contest winners and finalists have been announced! Now you can view performances of the poe...
11/27/2020

Our 2020 Emma Lazarus Poetry Contest winners and finalists have been announced! Now you can view performances of the poems and read them in our new Poetry Gallery! We hope this inspires you to write a poem yourself! We are now accepting submissions for our 2021 National Poetry Contest. #poetry #emmalazarus https://ajhs.org/emma-lazarus-project-poetry-contest

Sermon for Thanksgiving Day after the Civil War, December 8th, 1865.  These newspaper clippings found in our collections...
11/26/2020

Sermon for Thanksgiving Day after the Civil War, December 8th, 1865. These newspaper clippings found in our collections, tell of a moving sermon delivered at Congregation Shearith Israel by leader Jacques Judah Lyons. An excerpt from the article states:

"Now that our struggle is over, our first duty is gratitude. The reverend gentlemen then referred to the noble spectacle of a whole nation joining in one hallelujah of thankfulness for the return of peace, for the abundance of our crops, for our peaceable relation with foreign nations, and from the preservation from the devouring pestilence. These bounties of Heaven, should excite us not only to expressions of joy and gladness, but also to such acts of mercy most acceptable to God, and above all, they should make us refrain from such sins that may bring reproach upon the country- among these, none so hideous, none so injurious as intolerance, particularly in a country like ours, so celebrated for its intelligence, so attractive to the oppressed of all nations for its boasted civil and religious liberty."

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There is a parking lot directly across from the Center for Jewish History. There is no street parking during business hours. Close to Union Square and the 4, 5, 6, N, R, Q, and L trains and the F train at 14th and 6th Avenue.

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AJHS is a fully independent organization, but we are also part of a group of archives and museums housed at the Center for Jewish History, on W. 16th St. in Manhattan. The other partners are the YIVO Institute (Eastern European Jews), the Leo Baeck Institute (German and Central European Jewry), the American Sephardi Federation (Jews of Iberian descent), and the Yeshiva University Museum, which exhibits Jewish art and artifacts from all periods. Collectively, the Center for Jewish History (CJH) with its four major archives, is one of the largest Jewish research resources in the world.

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Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 16:00

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DID THE JEWISH MESSIAH COME? In Isaiah 53 says God's servant would die for our sins. Isaiah 53 the clearest prophecy about The Messiah' atoning for our sins. But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities; The chastisement for our peace was upon Him, And by His stripes we are healed. Isaiah 53:5. He was wounded and crushed for our sins. He was beaten that we might have peace. He was whipped for our healing,so we can be healed in the name of The Messiah. In the Bible says, But your iniquities have separated between you and your God, Isaiah 59:2. We have all done bad things, Cheating,lying and stealing, which the Bible calls “sin.” The Bible says, for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. Also the Bible says For the wages of sin is death.Romans 6:23. We can't earn salvation, by doing works of the Torah and by doing a good deeds. There is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved!”Acts 4:12. The God of the Israel sent the one and only son his name is Yeshua. Yeshua(Jesus) The Messiah became our spotless and sinless Passover Lamb. He came to live a blameless life, suffer and die, and be rose from the Dead. He was the perfect Blood Sacrifice for the Sins of all people. If you repent (turn away from your sins) put all your trust in Yeshua The Messiah then you will be forgiven. “For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16. How to Accept Jesus Into Your Life. The Bible says there is one way to Heaven. Yeshua said: "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man comes to the father except through me. John 14:6. Dear Lord Yeshua, I know that I am a sinner, and I ask for Your forgiveness. I believe You died for my sins and rose from the dead. I turn from my sins and invite You to come into my heart and life. I want to trust and follow You as my Lord and Savior in the name of Yeshua,Amen
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