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Rabbi Meir Wunder was a senior librarian at Hebrew University’s National Library. During the 1960s, he managed the extensive Torah library at the Ponevezh Yeshiva in Bnei Brak, which inspired him to help found a central organization for Torah libraries (f...
It is imperative that in every Jewish community a library be established – a place where books of Torah can be found — simple books for those with a basic knowledge of Judaism, as well as deeper ones for those at an advanced level of Torah study.
2,000 spiritually nourishing titles draw families from around the city
The streets of Los Angeles are awash with waves of images and messaging containing everything under the sun, all of it in glittering Technicolor. The lights and action with which even the most debauched offerings are presented can present a challenge for ...
On Tevet 5, we celebrate the Library of Agudas Chassidei Chabad - Ohel Yosef Yitzchak Lubavitch and its position as the communal treasure for all who value the teachings and ideals of Chabad Chassidism. For decades, the library has been open to researcher...
Pillage or Rescue?
How thievery unwittingly led to a renewed interest in French Jewish History.
Hebrew Publishing in the Venice Ghetto and Beyond
The treasured Valmadonna Library, the greatest private collection of Hebrew books and manuscripts in private hands in the world, includes almost five hundred titles published in 16th century Venice.
A tour of the exhibit featuring antique books from the earliest Hebrew prints
This exhibit showcases antique books, culled from the library’s massive 250,000-book collection, contain works that were printed between 1475 and 1574, during the first 100 years of the printing press in Europe. Rabbi Shalom Dovber Levine gives a comprehe...
Manuscripts, Incunabula, Antique Books and Leaflets
A special exhibition at the Chabad Research Library displays old and rarest Hebrew manuscripts and antique books, providing a fascinating window into the history of the Jews in Spain, Italy and beyond.
1988
Unlike her husband, Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka did not practice her dedication to the Jewish people in the public eye, but in the privacy of her own home.
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