The NMAJH Registry of Jewish Americana
National Museum of American Jewish History
Compact, portable silver Hanukkah lamp with hinged bottom and removable oil reservoir tray, Caribbean (Curaçao or Jamaica), early eighteenth century. Collection of the National Museum of American Jewish History, 1981.1.1a and 1981.1.1b.
U.S. Food Commission Poster in Yiddish, 1918; Collection of the National Museum of American Jewish History, Myrna and Ira Brind Purchase Fund, 1989.20.18.
Haggadah for The Knitting Factory's Cyber Seder in 1998, Lincoln Center, New York City.
Collection of the National Museum of American Jewish History, Gift of the Knitting Factory, 2000.11.1.
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