Join us for an illustrated overview of the major primary sources for Jewish genealogical research held by Yeshiva University Library's Special Collections. These include a range of archival collections and manuscripts from Germany, Hungary, and the United States, primarily dating from the mid-18th through early 20th centuries. |
About the Speaker: Shulamith (Shuli) Z. Berger is the Curator of Special Collections at Yeshiva University's Mendel Gottesman Library. She is co-curator of the Librarys online exhibits: "Einstein and Yeshiva University" and "Echoes of Auras: Memorbuch of a Jewish Community" (http://www.yu.edu/libraries/online-resources/digital-projects), and writes for the Librarys blog at https://blogs.yu.edu/library.
An ASL interpreter may be made available if requested in advance.
Presented by Ackman & Ziff Family Genealogy Institute and Yeshiva University Libraries
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