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Rachel: The Online Catalog of the European Network of Judaica and Hebraica Libraries Hits:324
Description:This online catalog is one of the foremost bibliographic sources in the field of Jewish culture in Europe. It contains 200 000 entries, representing the holdings of the member libraries, which include the Library of the Alliance israélite universelle (AIU), the Library of the Séminaire israélite de France (SIF) and the Paris Yiddish Center- Medem Library. The site is in English and French.
Submitted On:2009-09-11

Rauh Jewish Archives Hits:207
Description:The Rauh Jewish Archives was founded in 1989 to collect, preserve, and make accessible the documentary history of Jews and Jewish communities of western Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh.
Submitted On:2009-12-31

Renato Maestro Library in Venice Hits:561
Description:This site in English and Italian provides information about this library in the Jewish ghetto of Venice, Italy. Of particular interest is the online catalog of materials, including a music catalog, and the ability to download material.
Submitted On:2014-12-25

Robert and Molly Freedman Jewish Music Archive  Hits:427
Description:You can search the 1800 Yiddish and Hebrew recordings in this collection, housed at the University of Pennsylvania online. "26,000 entries in the trilingual database catalog - English, Yiddish, and Hebrew- all include the title of each track or band of the recording, its author or authors, composer(s) where known, performers and so called "key words" as well as references to publications (available at the archive) in which original text, transliteration, translation and melody line of the recorded song or poem are published." Audio and video clips from the collection are also provided. THIS IS AN UPDATED URL.
Submitted On:2003-01-01

Salomon Ludwig Steinheim Institute for German-Jewish History Hits:347
Description:This site in German and English describes the goals, research projects, and Judaica library of the Institute. The more extensive German section of the site details more about the Gidal and Goldstein archives, the periodical and book holdings of the Judaica collection, and offers an annotated list of relevant Jewish web sites.
Submitted On:2002-04-22

Scottish Jewish Archives Centre Hits:277
Description:"Founded in 1987 and based in Garnethill Synagogue in Glasgow (the oldest in Scotland), the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre aims to document and illustrate the religious, organisational, social, economic, political, cultural and family life of Jews in Scotland since the eighteenth century."
Submitted On:2009-12-31

Sephardic Studies Digital Library and Museum  Hits:170
Description:From the University of Washington comes this digitized collection of materials from members of the local Seattle Sephardic community. It includes more than 500 original Ladino books and thousands of documents composed in Ladino as well as other relevant languages, such as Ottoman Turkish, Hebrew and French. Dating between the 16th and mid-20th centuries, the books already comprise one of the largest Ladino libraries in the United States.
Submitted On:2015-06-08

Sources for the History of Jewish Education: JEDU Hits:228
Description:Developed by the Schocken Institute for Jewish Research at the Jewish Theological Seminary and Lifshitz College, this online database of Hebrew language resources focuses on Jewish education from the Middle Ages to the beginning of the twentieth century. You can search by a variety of parameters online for free but must subscribe to see the details of the results list.
Submitted On:2008-10-19

Southern Jewish Archives Hits:476
Description:The Tulane Manuscripts Department houses a large archive of the Jewish experience in the American South, with a particular focus on New Orleans. THIS IS AN UPDATED URL.
Submitted On:2009-12-31

Steinschneider Bibliographic Database Hits:605
Description:"The project plans to create a digitized relational database for the study of pre-modern Jewish philosophy, science, and belles-lettres, based on the standard reference-work, Die Hebraeischen Ubersetzungen des Mittelalters und dir Juden als Dolmetscher (The Hebrew Translations of the Middle Ages and the Jews as Interpreters, henceforth HU). Written by Moritz Steinschneider in 1893, HU is a thousand-page bibliographical study of over eleven hundred medieval Hebrew manuscripts composed during the golden age of Jewish philosophy and science." THIS IS AN UPDATED URL.
Submitted On:2009-12-21

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