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The Art Resources from the Mid-20th Century collection contains digitized versions of key selections from the personal libraries of two women who helped shape the mid-century New York art world— Hilla Rebay at the Guggenheim (then the Museum of…

The art exhibitions of galleries, clubs, and associations in the late 19th and early 20th centuries chronicle the emergence of New York City as an international center for the production of art and the art market. Ephemeral exhibition checklists,…

An online presentation of the 1322 photographs, 124 postcards, 388 negatives, and 34 glass plate negatives/lantern slides, which derive from the G.E.E. Lindquist Papers archival collection at The Burke Library. They depict the people, places, and…

Inspired by the late-nineteenth-century urban park movement, Bronx Park was formally created by the City of New York in the late 1880s. In 1891, the City allotted 250 acres of the park to The New York Botanical Garden. An additional 250 acres were…

Each online exhibit is a dynamic curated presentation highlighting a significant aspect of JDC’s critical work assisting Jews in crisis since 1914 and drawn from the Archives’ remarkable collection of images and documents. The exhibits section…

The JDC Names Index is an indispensable resource tool for genealogists, personal historians, and scholarly researchers alike. Search over 500,000 names found in historic documents, client lists and registration cards of those who received JDC…

The photo collection in the JDC Archives provides visual documentation of JDC’s work in communities across the globe and constitutes one of the most valuable sources in the world for a pictorial study of Jewish life in the 20th century. Search over…

The JDC Archives text collection database currently comprises over 2.5 million digitized pages spanning JDC’s New York Collections from 1914 to 1974, its Geneva Collection from 1945 to 1954, and special collections such as the Cyprus Collection,…

Published: New York, N.Y.: German-Jewish Club, 1.1934 -70. 2004, 5 (April).

The Aufbau was a journal for German-speaking Jews around the globe. Aufbau began publication in 1934 as a newsletter for the German-Jewish Club of New York. By then the…

This digitized collection of thousands of fashion drawings and sketches produced by André Fashion Studios between 1930 and 1941 is the result of a partnership between the Picture Collection of The New York Public Library and the Special Collections…
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