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Central Zionist Archives Hits:532
Description:This site, in English and Hebrew, describes the holdings of this library in Jerusalem devoted to the history of Zionism. There is a full text guide to the collections and several online exhibits, as well as links to the papers of Max I. Bodenheimer. THIS IS AN UPDATED URL.
Submitted On:2002-04-22

Chabad Library Hits:177
Description:Access to the catalogs of the books in English, French, German, Italian and Russian as well as a history of the library and its exhibition.
Submitted On:2014-12-25

Chaim Kahn Online Data Base for Medical Ethics and Halacha Hits:380
Description:Created by the Schlesinger Institute, this library contains several collections of interest in the field of medical halacha. Among them are: The ASSIA Journal in Hebrew, The JME Journal in English, The Nishmat Avraham Series describing halachot related to medicine, organized in the order of the Shulchan Aruch, Ha-Torah ve-ha-Refuah, articles from the Encyclopedia of Medical Halacha, The International Responsa Project, with responsa in the field of medical halacha, annotated bibliographies by Rabbi Meir Wunder, and The Forum for Medical Halacha.
Submitted On:2007-12-27

Contemporary Jewish Documentation Center  Hits:270
Description:Founded in Milan, Italy in 1990, the Contemporary Jewish Documentation Center is an institute for Italian Jewish history and culture. The site, largely in Italian, describes the holdings of the center.
Submitted On:2010-04-04

Database of American Jewish Historical Repositories Hits:369
Description:Created by The Feinstein Center at Temple University, this site is a database in pdf format of American Jewish Historical Repositories.  THIS IS AN UPDATED URL.
Submitted On:2009-12-21

David Simonsen Manuscripts Hits:112
Description:Part of the Royal Library of Copenhagen, “the scope of the collection can perhaps best be described in numbers.Twenty countries of origin have been identified, together with fifteen languages. All in all, 193 volumes of different types, have been digitized, covering 137 shelfmarks - and resulting in more than 26,000 digitizations. The majority of the manuscripts contains Halakhic texts, texts related to the legal interpretation of the Hebrew Bible, and the other Jewish authoritative texts such as the Talmud.”
Submitted On:2016-02-21

DigiBaeck Hits:292
Description:Created by the Leo Baeck Institute, DigiBaeck includes 3.5 million pages of material that ranges from personal papers and photographs of luminaries like Albert Einstein and Moses Mendelssohn to letters, diaries, recipes, and other ephemera chronicling the lives of everyday German-speaking Jews over five centuries.
Submitted On:2012-11-26

Digital Ladino Library Hits:501
Description:A project of the Sephardi Studies Project at the Taube Center for Jewish Studies and the Mediterranean Studies Forum at Stanford University, this website that will include representative samples of writings in various Judeo languages of the Sephardim over the ages, starting with Ladino. The library has full text books in pdf format.
Submitted On:2007-11-09

Digitized Collections from University of Haifa Hits:88
Description:Searchable database of digitized materials held by the university in a variety of areas including art and archeology, Haifa, the performing arts, historical photographs of the Land of Israel, the geography of the Land of Israel, and the history of the ship in Israel.
Submitted On:2009-12-21

Digitized Hebrew Manuscripts from the Library of Congress Hits:118
Description:“The Hebraic Section of the Library of Congress houses over 225 manuscripts; most of them in Hebrew but with a fair sampling of manuscripts also written in cognate languages such as Judeo-Arabic, Judeo-Persian, and Yiddish. It is a highly diverse collection, dating from the 11th to early 20th centuries and drawn from Jewish communities throughout the world”
Submitted On:2016-01-04

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