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).

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புதிய கலோஸஸ் or The New Colossus, translated into Tamil by Geetha Sukumaran.*As a Tamil poet and translator, and a Bay S...
04/05/2021

புதிய கலோஸஸ் or The New Colossus, translated into Tamil by Geetha Sukumaran.
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As a Tamil poet and translator, and a Bay Street job holder, I constantly traverse between worlds in which I partially erase one identity and create another; this process is continuous as my travel between the spaces I inhabit is endless. In the process, my identity is interwoven in the movement between the terrains of finance, funds, words, silence, and tongues. My poetry negotiates my multiple selves filled with memories, spices, languages, and experiences while my translations move wounds, scars, and resistance from one border to another, from there to here and here to there.
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A doctoral student at York University, Geetha Sukumaran published Tharkolaikku parakkum panithuli (translations of Sylvia Plath's poems into Tamil), the poetry collection Otrai pakadaiyil enchum nampikkai (The Hope that Remains in a Single Die), and an English translation of Ahilan's Then There Were No Witnesses (2018). She received the SPARROW R Thyagarajan award for her poetry.
#Poetry #Poem #PoetryMonth #Tamil #India #EmmaLazarus #TheNewColossus #History #Language
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"The New Colossus" translated into Polish by Piotr Florczyk.*Piotr Florczyk speaks of his personal immigration story: I ...
04/02/2021

"The New Colossus" translated into Polish by Piotr Florczyk.
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Piotr Florczyk speaks of his personal immigration story: I arrived in the U.S. in September 1994, not as an immigrant but as the beneficiary of a Polish-American program that had for ten years sent a promising young Polish swimmer to train in Southern California. I stayed with a host family, attended school, trained, and was supposed to return after one year. Except that I didn’t. My times kept improving, so my fellowship kept getting renewed. Then I went off to college on a swimming scholarship. What happened before and after is, as the saying goes, ancient history, but I’m still here, proud holder of two passports: one navy, the other burgundy.
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Piotr Florczyk is a translingual poet, essayist, and translator of Polish poetry. His publications include the poetry collections Dwa tysiące słów and East & West, and the translations I’m Half of Your Heart: Selected Poems by Julian Kornhauser and Building the Barricade by Anna Świrszczyńska, which won the 2017 Harold Morton Landon Translation Award from the Academy of American Poets.
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"The New Colossus" or "Miati’ ndxó’ cubi" translated into Isthmus Zapotec by Víctor Terán.*I was born in a poor, forgott...
04/01/2021

"The New Colossus" or "Miati’ ndxó’ cubi" translated into Isthmus Zapotec by Víctor Terán.
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I was born in a poor, forgotten town in Southern Mexico, where I saw that the only well-off people were the professionals. I took advantage of a relative in the capital and went there at age eleven. I worked as an errand boy to pay for school. The shortest professional track was becoming a teacher. Migration aches in the soul. It's not easy to abandon one's family and friends to enter a hostile, unknown world in search of a better life, and it's even more painful if the language you command is not that of the place where you seek your salvation.
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Born in Juchitán de Zaragoza, Oaxaca, Víctor Terán is a media studies teacher, cultural promoter, and author of eight collections of poetry and short stories in the Isthmus Zapotec language. With David Shook, who translated his selected poems, The Spines of Love (Restless Books, 2013), Terán edited Like a New Sun, an anthology of new writing from six indigenous Mexican languages.
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American Diplomat Barbara Watson served as assistant secretary of state for security and consular affairs under two admi...
03/31/2021
Barbara Watson led the way for women, Black diplomats | ShareAmerica

American Diplomat Barbara Watson served as assistant secretary of state for security and consular affairs under two administrations before bing appointed as a U.S. diplomat to Malaysia.
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“Her long service as Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs and her recent tour as ambassador to Malaysia made important contributions to American foreign policy,” the State Department said in a statement upon her death in 1983.
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To read more:
https://share.america.gov/barbara-watson-women-black-diplomats/

Learn more about the life of Barbara Watson, who rose through the ranks at the State Department and broke new ground for women and Black diplomats.

On the last day of Women's History Month we are proud to share this artistic rendition of Emma Lazarus' New York City br...
03/31/2021

On the last day of Women's History Month we are proud to share this artistic rendition of Emma Lazarus' New York City brownstone beautifully created by artist Nick Golebiewski. You can follow more of his work on Instagram @nickgolebiewski or on Twitter @nickdesign. We've loved sharing more about the wonderful women found in the AJHS collections and we hope you've enjoyed learning about them!

We finish Women’s History month with Emma Lazarus, a woman so dear to the AJHS that we named our annual award in her hon...
03/31/2021

We finish Women’s History month with Emma Lazarus, a woman so dear to the AJHS that we named our annual award in her honor. Her manuscript notebook is one of our treasures, and we have used her words and spirit, embodied in that beautiful red book, as inspiration for poetry contests, exhibitions, educational workshops, blog posts, and even a “Live from the Archives” episode. You can read more about the Emma Lazarus project, poetry contest and exhibition at: https://ajhs.org/emma-lazarus-project.

While AJHS does not hold the archival collection of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, we do have one collection that features a uniqu...
03/30/2021

While AJHS does not hold the archival collection of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, we do have one collection that features a unique item, sent to AJHS from the justice herself. The material is a letter from RBG to the AJHS Executive Director, with a copy of a speech she gave at Touro Synagogue in Newport, R.I. in celebration of the 350th anniversary of Jews in America. Ginsburg's speech summarized the careers of the following Jewish Supreme Court Justices: Louis D. Brandeis, Benjamin Cardozo, Felix Frankfurter, Arthur Goldberg, and Abe Fortas. You can read the digitized letter and speech here: http://ow.ly/xoYr50DXJIR
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"For this le***an Seder, women are the heroes, the center of the story. The perspective is changed, the emphases are dif...
03/29/2021

"For this le***an Seder, women are the heroes, the center of the story. The perspective is changed, the emphases are different, but the core of the Israelite flight from Egypt remains unchanged." Read more from our latest blog post about "A New Haggadah" from archivist Elizabeth Hyman. https://ajhs.org/blog/new-haggadah
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Women’s history month would not be complete without Bella Abzug (“Battling Bella”), the outspoken, colorful, quintessent...
03/29/2021

Women’s history month would not be complete without Bella Abzug (“Battling Bella”), the outspoken, colorful, quintessential New Yorker who served in the House of Representatives from 1971-1977. This photo, taken in 1977 on the steps of City Hall, is from a press conference to raise awareness for the plight of Soviet Jews. And, of course, she’s wearing one of her trademark hats.
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Invitation to the J.W.B. Passover Seder, Manila, Philippines, March 29-31, 1926Text of invitation: Jewish Welfare Board ...
03/27/2021

Invitation to the J.W.B. Passover Seder, Manila, Philippines, March 29-31, 1926
Text of invitation: Jewish Welfare Board Pesach Sederim, Manila. The Jewish Welfare Board Army and Navy Service Department cordially invites you and all other men of Jewish faith of the United States Army, Navy and Marine Corps to be its guest at the observance of Passover 1926, Pesach 5686, to be held in Manila from sunset Monday, March 29, to noon of Wednesday, March 31st. As a guest of the Jewish Welfare Board, you will be furnished with subsistence, lodgings and refund of traveling expenses. Kindly note the enclosed instructions.
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At the time of this invitation the Philippines was still being occupied by American Forces. Though the 1916 Jones Act promised eventual independence the United States would not officially grant independence until 1946. A Mutual Defense Treaty was signed in 1951 between the two countries that looked to provide mutual support in the event of attack. This partnership led to the 1998 Visiting Forces Agreement that allows for U.S. military presence in the Philippines to this day.
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This 1930's kosher cookbook found in our collections was created and published by the Manischewitz Baking Company.  It c...
03/27/2021

This 1930's kosher cookbook found in our collections was created and published by the Manischewitz Baking Company. It contains dozens of recipes along with a full color centerfold advertising the then new Manischewitz factory that had opened in Cincinnati, Ohio. A detail our Director of Collections is particularly fond of, are the mini matzah patterned endpapers- seen enlarged as the background of this post.
#Passover #Kosher #Matzah #Matzo #Manischewitz #History #Jewish #Archive #Collections #JewishHistory

A group of women preparing for a Passover Seder in the kitchen of a Community House in Biloxi, Mississippi, April 13, 19...
03/26/2021

A group of women preparing for a Passover Seder in the kitchen of a Community House in Biloxi, Mississippi, April 13, 1949.
(L to R): Mrs. Spitz, Mrs. Grisham, and Mrs. Beck. Incidentally, Mrs. Spitz is the mother of Mrs. Beck.
#Passover #Cooking #Cook #Seder #Jewish #History #JewishHistory

We just love Molly Picon, so much we are featuring her twice! Everyone knows about her storied stage and screen career, ...
03/26/2021

We just love Molly Picon, so much we are featuring her twice! Everyone knows about her storied stage and screen career, but did you know that Molly also performed many times for armed services personnel and for the U.S.O. events? During World War II, she visited refugee camps in Canada and toured army bases across the United States to entertain the troops. And, Molly and her husband, actor Jacob Kalich, were the first entertainers to visit the Displaced Persons camps after the war. This photo, dated March 21, 1945, shows Molly in all her glory, performing during a U.S.O. tour of camps in the United States during World War II. The photo is from the Molly Picon papers, collection P-38.
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#WomensHistoryMonth #WomensHistory #Women #History #USO #Sing #Performer #WWI #Tour #Jewish

It’s clear that these women are ready to raise some funds and set the pace for everyone else. This picture is from the U...
03/25/2021

It’s clear that these women are ready to raise some funds and set the pace for everyone else. This picture is from the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York Women’s Division “Pacesetter” Lunch, 1972. These events are still regular features on the UJA calendars, both national and regional, and raise millions of dollars every year for social services, education, and other humanitarian causes. Photo from the UJA-Federation collection, I-433.
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Serve these cream puffs at Passover and it won’t just be your brisket that’s the star of the show. Your Bubbe simply won...
03/25/2021

Serve these cream puffs at Passover and it won’t just be your brisket that’s the star of the show. Your Bubbe simply won’t believe it’s matzo meal – but she’ll take another bite anyway!
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https://www.ajhs.org/blog/kosher-passover-cream-puffs
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#Passover #CreamPuff #Baking #Bake #History #Jewish #Kosher #JewishHistory #Matzo #HistoricalBaking

03/24/2021
What's Cooking for Passover- The Cream Puff Challenge

A cream puff that's kosher for Passover? Sounds like a challenge! Check out this live kitchen demonstration from Sarah Lohman and learn how to make this puff pastry from matzo.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7CU74IWEZE&list=PLY15F12IzJZ9hKde2G9J6v4vhMmGIEx2Z&ab_channel=AmericanJewishHistoricalSociety

A light fluffy choux pastry filled with cream that’s kosher for Passover? Sounds like a challenge! Culinary historian Sarah Lohman hosts a live demonstration...

With Passover approaching, many of us miss those homemade meals from mom, or grandma. In 1952, The National Jewish Welfa...
03/24/2021

With Passover approaching, many of us miss those homemade meals from mom, or grandma. In 1952, The National Jewish Welfare Board asked families to consider hosting a serviceperson for a communal Seder, for those who could not see their own families over Passover. This picture shows Mr. and Mrs. David Starr hosting Private First Class Gutstadt for Passover, where he got to sample Mrs. Starr’s homemade gefilte fish. Photo from the collection of the National Jewish Welfare Board, collection I-337.
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#WomensHistoryMonth #WomensHistory #Women #History #Jewish #Passover #Cooking #Cook #Meals #Kitchen #Tradition #Family #Seder

Women have always worked, both in and out of the home. So, let’s take a moment to recognize the hard-working women who l...
03/23/2021

Women have always worked, both in and out of the home. So, let’s take a moment to recognize the hard-working women who logged hours in factories and other industrial settings. This undated photo, digitized from a lantern slide, depicts workers coming from the N. Snellenburg & Company factory in southern New Jersey, where they “Manufactory of All Kinds of Tailor Made Clothing”. This particular photo comes from the AJHS collection I-80, The Baron DeHirsch archive.
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Barbara Watson was named assistant secretary of state for the Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs by President Lyndo...
03/22/2021
Meet 6 women pioneers of American diplomacy | ShareAmerica

Barbara Watson was named assistant secretary of state for the Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs by President Lyndon Johnson, she became the first Black person and woman to serve as an assistant secretary of state. She is prominently mentioned in the HIAS collection at the AJHS archives. https://share.america.gov/6-women-pioneers-american-diplomacy/

For Women's History Month, we salute these trailblazers who gave women in the United States a voice on the world's diplomatic stage.

The Representative Nita M. Lowey Papers, 1988-2021 (a collection of over fifty bankers boxes) joins the American Jewish ...
03/22/2021

The Representative Nita M. Lowey Papers, 1988-2021 (a collection of over fifty bankers boxes) joins the American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS) as the second collection donated from a Jewish member of Congress, and the first collection from a female Representative. To read more about what's inside this newest acquisition read our newest blog post by Senior Archivist, Tanya Elder. https://ajhs.org/blog/representative-nita-m-lowey-papers
#WomeninGovernment #Women #History #Government #Representative #Archive #Jewish #JewishHistory

The National Council of Jewish Women, New York Section, has a long history of advocating on behalf of immigrants and ref...
03/22/2021

The National Council of Jewish Women, New York Section, has a long history of advocating on behalf of immigrants and refugees, and assisting new citizens upon their arrival in NYC. Cecilia Greenstone was one of these tireless advocates; she served as the Ellis Island Agent for the Council from 1907-1919, observing operations and helping to guide new arrivals through the immigration process. More information about Greenstone, and NCJW’s immigration assistance program can be found in collection I-469.
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We conclude this week of AJCongress social media by showcasing Naomi Levine, whose contributions to AJCongress and the l...
03/19/2021

We conclude this week of AJCongress social media by showcasing Naomi Levine, whose contributions to AJCongress and the larger Jewish American landscape are nothing short of astonishing. Mentored by Justine Wise Polier, Levine joined the Civil Rights division of the AJCongress, where she was frequently the only woman in the room working on legal cases that would prove transformative in their impact. She was co-author of the legendary speech delivered by Rabbi Prinz at the March on Washington in 1963, where Prinz implored the attendees to remember, “the most urgent, the most disgraceful, the most shameful and the most tragic problem is silence.” Sadly, she passed away earlier this year, but her legacy of service and activism will live on to inspire others. This photo is Naomi Levine completing a form at the National Convention, Women's Division, 1962. Photo from the American Jewish Congress collection, I-77.
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This picture from the 1969 National Convention of the Women’s Division features a trio of accomplished (and formidable) ...
03/18/2021

This picture from the 1969 National Convention of the Women’s Division features a trio of accomplished (and formidable) women. Philanthropist Leona Chanin, educator/poet Virginia Snitow, and Grammy/Emmy award winning actress and activist Ruby Dee. Photo from the American Jewish Congress collection, I-77.
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Understanding the past can give a whole new perspective on how to advocate for the future. Embracing that spirit, in 195...
03/17/2021

Understanding the past can give a whole new perspective on how to advocate for the future. Embracing that spirit, in 1959, the members of the Women’s Division gathered to hear a plenary session about their own pasts and women’s history; the session was titled, “The HER in Heritage”. Photo from the American Jewish Congress collection, I-77.
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In honor of our St. Patrick's Day program about Jewish/Irish relations, let's talk about Robert Briscoe! Briscoe was the...
03/17/2021

In honor of our St. Patrick's Day program about Jewish/Irish relations, let's talk about Robert Briscoe! Briscoe was the first Jewish Lord Mayor of Dublin, Ireland, and an extremely colorful character in the larger Jewish community. He made many visits to America, where he appeared on the game show "What's My Line?", and attended the NYC St. Patrick's Day parade. Briscoe had close ties to the American Jewish community and is documented in the AJHS archival holdings; he is mentioned in the collections of Cecilia Razovsky, the Weiler family, and the UJA-Federation. And, we also proudly hold a beautiful and unique vase, gifted by Briscoe to an American lad named Robert Fields as a Bar Mitzvah gift. You can read our blog post about the Briscoe vase and the Fields family's generous donation below: https://ajhs.org/blog?field_blog_cat_tid_selective=All&search=briscoe
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15 W 16th St
New York, NY
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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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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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