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Archives List

Archives List

Full Archives and Collections List

Dan Miron Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Size: Medium
Prof. Dan Miron (1934-), one of the great scholars of Hebrew literature.

Mati Meged Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Small
Mati Meged (1923-2003), prominent Israeli author of the Palmach Generation Literature.

Andrea Gobbi archive | Language: Latin, Italian, German, Size: Very small
Andrea Gobbi (Trieste 1765-1850), physician. The archive contains medical diaries, manuscripts and publications in Italian and in Latin.

Noiaj Katzowich collection | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Noiaj Katzowich (1898-1936), journalist, among the leaders of the Jewish agricultural settlement in Argentina in the late 19th century.

Collection of the Gulf War publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Posters and propaganda material, newspaper clippings and other publications concerning protest against the Gulf War or support of it, and defense against missile strikes.

Gedalyahu Alon Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Prof. Gedalyahu Alon (1902-1950), historian of the Hellenistic and the Second Temple periods. The collection includes mainly notebooks with Alon's handwritten notes on the Talmud and Rabbinic literature.

Uri Avneri Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Uri Avneri (1923-2018), Knesset member, among the leaders of the Israeli radical left, journalist and editor of the magazine "HaOlam HaZeh".

Menachem Froman Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Arabic, Size: Small
Menachem Froman (1945-2013), chief rabbi of Tekoa, poet and initiator of dialogues with Islamic leaders on peace on the basis of religious faith.

Eva Basnizki Collection | Language: German, English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Eva Basnizki (1933-2016), Israeli poet in German. During the Holocaust she was hidden by her father under a different identity.

Saul Friedländer Archive | Language: French, German, English, Hebrew, Size: Large
Saul Friedländer (1932-), prominent Israeli historian of the Holocaust period, dealing mostly with Nazi Germany and its attitudes towards the Jews.

Dan Hadani Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Large
Dan Hadani (1924-), founder and director of IPPA (Israel Press & Photo Agency). The archive includes over 1,000,000 press photographs documenting various events in the history of the state of Israel, daily lives etc.

Dan Reisinger Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Small
Dan Reisinger (1934-2019), Israeli painter and graphic designer. Designed hundreds of symbols, stamps, medals, calendars, posters for cultural events and protest posters.

Moişe Ghivelder Collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Moişe Ghivelder (1876-1937), crown rabbi of the Jewish community in Briceni, Bessarabia, owner of factories and active Zionist.

Collection of Colour Photographs of Jerusalem | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
43 enlarged and framed color photographs of Jerusalem in the 1940s, which were presented at the Jewish National and University Library in the year 2000 as part of the 75th anniversary of the Hebrew University. The original photographer was Marlin Levin.

Shabtai Ben-Dov archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Shabtai Ben-Dov (1924-1978), Lehi fighter, right-wing essayist and thinker, scholar of Hebrew law and jurist.

Maxa Nordau Collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Maxa Nordau (Paris 1897 - 1991), French painter, daughter of the Zionist leader Max Nordau. The collection also includes letters to her father.

Rivka Schatz Hasidism Catalogue | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Card index of Hasidism books and Hasidic figures used by Prof. Rivka Schatz-Oppenheimer (1927-1992) in her research.

Aharon Layish Archive | Language: Hebrew, Arabic, Size: Large
Aharon Layish (1933-), scholar of Islamic law. The archive contains mostly xerox copies of verdicts from Sharia courts in Palestine, Sudan and Libya in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Max Brod Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Large
Max Brod (Prague 1884 - Tel Aviv 1968), writer, philosopher and composer. As Franz Kafka's estate manager, Brod published Kafka's writings after his death. The archive contains, among others, letters and manuscripts by Kafka.

Israel Zamir archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Israel Zamir (Singer) (1929-2014), editor, journalist, writer and translator, son of author Isaac Bashevis Singer. The archive also includes material concerning Isaac Bashevis Singer.

Yosef ben Yitzchak Eliezer Goldberg Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Rabbi Yosef Ben Yitzchak Eliezer Goldberg (1903-1963). The collection includes certificates of ordination (Semikhah) and recommendation letters by Goldberg and his father-in-law, rabbi Avraham Yitzchak Zeev Ben Baruch Friedman.

Chimen Abramsky Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Large
Prof. Chimen Abramsky (1916-2010), Jewish British historian, mostly of modern Jewish history and Marxism. Active member of the Communist Party of Great Britain.

David Rubinger archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Large
David Rubinger (1924-2017), one of the most notable press photographers in the first decades of the state of Israel. The archive includes mostly silver prints of b&w photographs.

Azza Zvi Archive | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Large
Azza Zvi (1934-2011), esaayist, translator, editor and Israeli culture researcher. Daughter of Raphael Zvi, who was among the founders of Habima Theatre, and Haya Alperowitz, painter and stage designer, and a friend of the poets Zelda and Yona Wallach.

Karl Klein Collection | Language: German, English, Size: Very small
Karl Klein (Vienna 1894-England 1978), accountant and soldier in the Austrian Army during World War I. The collection contains 2 diaries in handwriting of his war recollections.

Agi Mishol Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Small
Agi Mishol (1946-), Israeli poet. The archive contains diary notbooks with drafts for her poems.

Hanania Habib Azoulay Collection | Language: Hebrew, Judeo-Arabic, French, Italian, Size: Very small
Hanania Habib Azoulay (1876-1953), rabbi in France, Belgim, Morocco, Tunisia, Algiers and England. In Casablanca, founded the newspaper "Or Hamaarav", and the newspaper "Zion" in England.

Ruth Bachi-Kolodny archive | Language: Hebrew, English, , Size: Medium
Ruth Bachi-Kolodny (1939-), Israeli journalist and radio broadcaster, author and scholar of the history of the Jewish settlement in the land of Israel.

Peki'in collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
The collection documents the Jewish settlement in Peki'in during the 1930s.

Assi Dayan Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Assi Dayan (1945-2014), director, film actor, screenwriter, songwriter and publicist, painter, author and poet.

Hanna and Aharon Heftmann Archive | Language: Hebrew, Polish, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Hanna (1905-1954) and Aharon (1900-1963) Heftmann, pioneers of the Third Aliyah. Among the founders of kibbutz Hulda and moshav Gan Haim.

Leopold Gornitz Collection | Language: Hebrew, Finnish, English, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Leopold Gornitz (Gorni) (1894-1961), among the leaders of the Zionist organization in Helsinki, Finnland, and board member of Magen David Adom in Israel. The collction also includes memoranda and various documents concerning Finnland-Israel relations, photographs of Magen David Adom directors and of the organiztion's activity during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.

Jamal Twins Collection | Language: English, Arabic, , Size: Very small
The Jamal Sisters (Alpert): Bertha (1932-2016) and Helena (1930-1992), belly dancers, among the biggest stars in 1950s Egyptian entertainment. The collection includes photographs from their tours in the 1950s.

Dov Noy Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very large
Prof. Dov Noy (1920-2013), scholar of Jewish folklore literature, editor of the magazine "Davar Liyladim" and editorial member of the newspaper "Davar" in the early 1950s.

Rivkah Kluger-Schärf Collection | Language: German, Hebrew, , Size: Very small
Rivkah Kluger-Schärf (1907-1987), psychologist and scholar, published books on science, Jewish history and psychology.

Uriel Tal Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Large
Uriel Tal (Vienna 1926 - Herzliya 1984), historian who laid the historical and theoretical foundations for understanding the relationship between Judaism and Christianity in Germany in the modern period.

Emet w'emuna Congregation Collection | Language: German, English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Various publications of the community in the 1960s, activity diaries, Bar Mitzvah lists, posters etc.

Miriam Rode Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Russian, Size: Small
Miriam Rode (1905-2001), Israeli translator, mostly of belles lettres from Russian and German into Hebrew.

Moshe Hai Cohen-Yazdi Aharoni Archive | Language: Hebrew, Judeo-Persian, Size: Medium
Moshe Hai Cohen-Yazdi Aharoni (1896-1957), rabbi and shochet, author and translator, active Zionist in the Jewish community of Kermanshah, Persia. The archive contains family photographs and photographs of the Kermanshah community, a map of Jews' homes of the community, pinkasim and addresses.

Aliza Auerbach Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Large
Aliza Auerbach (1940-1960), Israeli photographer, mainly of portraits and documentary photography. The archive contains b&w and color negatives, slides and prints of her work.

Raphael Zvi archive | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Yiddish, Size: Medium
Raphael Zvi (1898-1984), theatre actor, director and educator. Joined Habima and the Ohel theatres in their early stages, and founded Hastudia Hadramatit in Jerusalem.

Chaja Alperowitz archive | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Chaja Alperowitz (1902-1987), Israeli painter and designer. Stage and costume designer for Habima and the Ohel theatres and for dozens of her husband Raphael Zvi's productions.

Nadja Taussig Collection | Language: German, English, Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Nadja Taussig (1905-?), founded a German literary salon in her Tel Aviv home, which lasted for 40 years. The collection includes dozens of letters from Max Brod, her brother-in-law, and other figures.

Otto Dov Kulka Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Prof. Otto Dov Kulka (1933-), Israeli historian, mostly of the ideology and policy of the Nazi regime. Imprisoned as a child in Theresienstadt and Auschwitz-Birkenau. The archive also includes personal diaries and his father Erich Kulka's personal documents.

David Landau Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Medium
David Landau (1947-2015), journalist, editor and author. Editor in chief of Haaretz and managing editor of The Jerusalem Post.

Jewish European Ephemera Collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Single sheets, leaflets, playbills, invitations to events and activities, posters, broadsides, circulars, tickets, programs, booklets from European Jewish communities, institutions and organisations, from 32 countries.

Collection of letters about issues relating to the socio-economic gap in Israel | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Collection of letters sent to Yeshayahu Giat by Knesset members and other leading figures about issues relating to the socio-economic gap in Israel.

Mordekhai Vogelmann Archive | Language: Hebrew, Polish, German, Italian, Yiddish, English, Size: Medium
Dr. Mordekhai Vogelmann (1898-1984), chief rabbi of Katowice and later Kiryat Motzkin.

Natan Sharansky Archive | Language: Hebrew, Russian, English, Size: Large
Natan Sharansky (1948-), Knesset member and Israeli minister, as well as chair of the executive of the Jewish Agency. Known as a prisoner of Zion and refusenik in the Soviet Union.

Shimon Rubinstein Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Shimon Rubinstein (1941-2014), historian and director of the Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi Archive. Served as Rachel Yanait Ben-Zvi's personal secretary.

Zelda Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Zelda Schneurson Mishkovsky (1914-1984), religious Israeli poet.

Fred Pauker Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Very small
Fred Pauker (1927-1985), illustrator and designer, active in Austria, England, India and Israel.

Rubin Mass Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Medium
Rubin Mass (1894-1979), publisher and founder of a publishing house in his name.

Batthyány family collection | Language: Hungarian, German, Latin, Czech, Size: Very small
Letters, certificates and administrative documents in Latin, German, Hungarian and Czech from the daily lives of the Batthyány family and European aristocracy in the 15th-19th centuries. The Batthyány family was a family of aristocrats spread across Austria, Hungary, Germany and other countries.

Dan Almagor Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very large
Dan Almagor (1935-), playwright, translator, songwriter, author, journalist, essayist, literary scholar and television host.

Robert Slater Interviews Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Robert Slater (1943-2014), American-Israeli author and journalist who published, among many others, books on Yitzhak Rabin and Donald Trump. The collection consists of dozens of interviews which Slater conducted with various figures.

Zvi and Frida Homski Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Zvi Homski (1894-1993), agronomist, and his wife Frida Homski (1892-1979), pioneers of the second Aliyah. Frida was Rachel Katznelson-Shazar's sister.

Amos Gitai Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, French, Size: Large
Amos Gitai (1950-), film director, screenwriter and producer. The archive contains drafts and written material used by Gitai for his screenwriting.

Benjamin Halevi Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Benjamin Halevi (1910-1966),Supreme Court judge and Knesset member. The archive contains general and personal documents, mainlz concerning Halevi's part as a judge at the "Kastner trial", the "Kafr Qasim Massacre Trial" and the "Eichmann Trial".

Alice Shalvi Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Large
Alice Shalvi (1926-), pioneer of feminism and religious feminism in Israel, educator and English literature professor. Was principle of Pelech school in Jerusalem, founded The Israel Women's Network and served as its director.

Avraham Horowitz Collection | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Avraham Horowitz (1863-1940), writer, poet and badkhn in Eastern Europe.

Moshe David Eichenbaum Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Moshe David Eichenbaum (1923-2004), member of the Lehi organization, detained at the Carthago camp in Sudan and veteran of the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.

Collection of publications of the Palestinian National Authority | Language: Arabic, Size: Small
Posters and propaganda material of government offices, educational institutions, political parties and movements of the Palestinian National Authority.

Amikam Gurevitch Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Amikam Gurevitch (1929-2018), Israeli radio broadcaster and founder of "Amikam" publishing house. Since the 1960s and until 2008 read the Yizkor prayer and selected passages from the Tanakh at the Torch-lighting Ceremony on the eve of Independence Day.

Amnon Netzer Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Prof. Amnon Netzer (1934-2008), major scholar of Persian Jewry. Established the Farsi station at the Kol Israel radio service, and held a professorship at the Hebrew University.

Shraga Abramson Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Large
Shraga Abramson (1915-1996), scholar of Talmud and medieval Hebrew and Arabic literature, and editor of the journal "Leshonenu".

Ariel Publishing House archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Eli Schiller (1938-2019), founder and lifelong director of "Ariel" publishing house in Jerusalem. The archive also includes photographs of various buildings and sites across the land of Israel from the mid 19th century up to the late 20th century.

Avshalom Kor Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Avshalom Kor (1950-), well-known linguist, radio broadcaster and television host. The collection contains original notes prepared for radio and television programs hosted by Kor.

Collection of War Correspondence from World War One - Bangert Family | Language: German, Dutch, Danish, Size: Very small
Around 700 letters of the Bangert family from World War I, also by Christian Bangert, who served as an officer in the German military.

Yisrael Har Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Yisrael Har (1932-2019), Israeli poet and editor. Founder of "Tarmil" publishing house.

Gary Wexler Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Examples from some of the big advertising campaigns for non-profits and foundations, mainly in the United States and Israel, that were produced by Prof. Gary Wexler and his agency mainly between 1990 and the early 2000s. The material is mainly, but not exclusively, concerned with Jewish and Israeli issues.

Binem Heller archive | Language: Yiddish, Russian, Hebrew, Size: Small
Binem Heller (1908-1998), Jewish-Polish poet and editor in Yiddish.

Elsa Brod Archive | Language: German, Russian, Italian, French, Size: Very small
Elsa Brod (1883-1942), literarty translator. The archive also includes manuscripts of her translations and correspondence with her husband Max Brod.

Isaac Blumstein Collection | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Isaac Blumstein (1897-1963), poet, newspaper editor and teacher.

Shmuel Helmond Archive | Language: Yiddish, Russian, Size: Very small
Shmuel Helmond (1907-1941), Yiddish poet and educator, prominent figure in Yiddish literary circles in Ukraine before World War II.

Dovid Tverdovski Collection | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Dovid Tverdovski (1906-1968), author and worker in Jewish settlements in South Russia and Ra'anana.

Zeev Wolf Laiter Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Zeev Wolf Laiter (1902-1974), author of responsa books and Chidushim al HaShas, rabbi of "Machzekai Hadas" congregation in Pittsburgh for over 50 years.

Slutzkin Family Collection | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
B&w photographs, mostly silver prints, including portraits of Berl Katznelson, his friends and family, from the estate of his sister-in-law Blume Slutzkin (née Miron), pioneer of the second Aliyah.

Haim Halachmi Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, French, Russian, Yiddish, Arabic, Polish, Size: Small
Haim Halachmi (1902-1979), one of the first film directors in Palestine, actor and theatre director.

Emil Pikovsky Collection | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
102 b&w photographic negatives, taken on Emil (1899-1984) and Miriam (1900-1984) Pikovsky's private camera during the early 1930s. The photographs depict mostly their hikes across the land of Israel.

Collection of British Socialist Ephemera | Language: English, Size: Very small
Printed pamphlets, leaflets and issues of socialist and communist magazines and newspapers, published in Great Britain, mainly in London, at the turn of the twentieth century. These ephemera items were collected by Prof. Chimen Abramsky (1916-2010).

Rafael Weiser Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Rafael Weiser (1944-2019), bibliographer, librarian and archivist, scholar of S.Y. Agnon's work. Weiser played an important role in developing the collections the National Library of Israel and in forming its image.

Nathan Fendrich Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Around 600 color slides, b&w photographic negatives and silver prints, taken during the Yom Kippur War. All the images in the collection were taken by the Jewish-American photographer Nathan Fendrich, who accompanied the IDF during the war.

Benno Rothenberg Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Large
Prof. Benno Rothenberg (1914-2012), press photographer and archeologist. The archive includes a collection of photographs from the first decades after the establishment of the state of Israel; among others, battles of the War of Independence, the Israeli Declaration of Independence, the signing of the Declaration and photographs of archeologic expeditions in Israel.

Boris Carmi Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Large
Boris Carmi (1914-2002), press photographer. A collection of documentary photographs from the first decades after the establishment of the state of Israel. Carmi documented many events, among which are wars and military operations, different waves of Aliyah, Ma'abarot, Kibbutzim and Moshavim.

Moshe Marlin Levin Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Medium
Moshe Marlin Levin (1921-2016), photographer, journalist and author. The archive contains around 2000 historical color photographs, taken in Israel since the first days of its establishment and the early years of its existence, as well as photographs of later events, such as the Yom Kippur War and Sadat's visit in Israel.

Moshe and Avital Dafna Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Moshe Dafna (1884-1963), poet and educator. His grandson is Ehud Dafna, to whom he dedicated the song "Hudi Khamudi". Moshe's son was Avital Dafna (1916-1980), founding member of Kibbutz Maoz Haim, songwriter and kibbutz photographer. The archive also includes manuscripts of poems for children and poems on daily lives at the kibbutz.

Meir Bineth Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Small
Meir (Max) Bineth (1917-1954), lieutenant colonel in the Israeli Intelligence who operated in Egypt, where he was captured as a result of the "Lavon Affair". The archive contains diaries and correspondence related to Bineth's activity.

Tamar Bornstein-Lazar Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Tamar Bornstein-Lazar (1927-2020), Israeli children's author, published humorous books on the adventures of the monkeys Kofiko and Chipopo.

Israel Berama Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Israel Berama (1956-1984), author and literary critic.

Ruth Koppel Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Ruth Koppel (died in the late 1960s), artist, specialized in painting wildflowers and other plants in the Land of Israel. Immigrated from Germany in the 1930s and illustrated the first flora books on plants of the land, which was published in 1938, and other flora books.

Naomi Feinbrun Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Russian, Size: Very small
Naomi Feinbrun-Dothan (1900-1995), professor of Botany at the Hebrew University, among the first members of the department of botany at the Hebrew University, took part in the publication of the first Israeli flora book and in determining the Hebrew names of its plants.

Dancho Arnon Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Dancho (Dan) Arnon (1935-), photographer, journalist, tour guide and lecturer. The archive includes photographs taken by Arnon on various holidays and rituals, which took place in Israel among various religious communities.

Joseph Baruch Sermoneta archive | Language: Hebrew, Italian, Size: Large
Prof. Joseph Baruch Sermoneta (1924-1992), founder of the department of Italian language and literature at the Hebrew University, head of the Institute of Languages and Literatures and lecturer at the department of Jewish thought.

Yehezkel Kornhendler archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Yehezkel Kornhendler (1899-1984), Yiddish author.

Yehuda Aryeh Klausner archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Dr. Yehuda Aryeh Klausner (1910-1970), librarian and scholar of Hebrew literature, father of the author Amos Oz.

Ernest David Klein archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Ernest David Klein (1899-1983), linguist, author and rabbi.

Zvi Kanael archive | Language: Hebrew, German, English, French, Size: Small
Zvi Kanael, publisher and bookseller, father of the archeologist and coin specialist Baruch Kanael.

Aaron Avraham Katzav archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Aaron Avraham Katzav (1916-2000), Yiddish author in the Soviet Union and in Israel.

Aaron Krolenbaum archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Aaron Krolenbaum (1909-1987), translator and editor, translated the New Testament from Greek into Yiddish. Official translator of the United Kingdom's government and monarchy. Converted Jew and Esperantist, immigrated to the UK in 1930.

Victor A Salkind Collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Small
Dr. Victor (Avigdor) Salkind (1900-1986), Israeli collector, hydraulic engineer and scientist, among the founders of the Dead Sea Works and first members of the Israeli foreign service.

Getzel Kressel collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Getzel Kressel (1911-1986), pioneer of Eretz Israel bibiliography in the modern period and documenter of early Hebrew press. Researched and published work on the history of Jewish settlement in the Land of Israel.

Aharon Rozmarin archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Aharon Rozmarin (1896-1977), Yiddish poet and essayist.

Shalom Rosenfeld archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Large
Shalom Rosenfeld (1914-2008), publicist, journalist, author and editor. Among the founders of the newspaper Maariv.

Eliezer Rivlin archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Eliezer Rivlin (1899-1942), scholar of the history of Jewish settlement in Jerusalem and public activist.

Avraham Rein Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Avraham Rein (1913-1997), ultra-orthdox activist, among the leaders of Agudat Yisrael and of the ultra-orthodox public in Petach Tikva.

Judith Shador archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Judith Shador (1928-), Israeli painter and papercutting artist. The archive contains a collection of her drawings.

Lipa Schwager collection | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Very small
Eliezer Lipa Schwager (1882-1961), founded the bookstore "Dovev Siftei Yeshanim", that specialized in ancient Hebrew books and published detailed catalogues.

Shmuel Schulsinger archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Size: Small
Shmuel Schulsinger (1908-1997), founded and managed, together with his brother, a Hebrew printing house and Hebrew book publishing house in New York.

Zvi and Lea Schwarz archive | Language: Yiddish, Spanish, Size: Very small
Zvi and Lea Schwarz, editors of "Shriftn", Yiddish journal of philosophy and culture, which appeared in Argentina.

Jefim Schirmann collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Prof. Jefim Schirmann (1904-1981), scholar of medieval literature.

Collection of copies of letters from Sholem-Aleykhem House in Tel Aviv | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Small
Sholem-Aleykhem (1859-1916), pseudonym of Yiddish author Sholem Rabinovitch, one of the greatest Jewish writers of the late 19th century and early 20th century. The collection contains xerox copies from Sholem-Aleykhem's archive.

Chone Shmeruk archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Large
Chone Shmeruk (1921-1997), scholar of Yiddish literature and culture at the Hebrew University.

Levi Yitzhak Schneersohn archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Levi Yitzhak Schneersohn (1888-1975), member of the Nili underground organization.

Moshe Joseph Schneider archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Moshe Joseph Schneider, Yiddish author and folklore scholar.

Eliezer Dov Shapira archive | Language: Hebrew, French, Size: Very small
Prof. Eliezer Dov (Bernard) Shapira (1880-1967), scholar of medieval poetry and Hebrew scriptures, librarian and editor. Discovered and organized 4000 fragments of the Cairo Geniza. Was assistant for Max Nordau and Alexander Marmorek.

Shlomo Srebrek collection | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Shlomo Srebrek (1866-1944), publisher in Vilnius, Warsaw and Palestine.

Hayim Tadmor archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Prof. Hayim Tadmor (1923-2005), assyriologist, founder of the department of Assyriology at the Hebrew University. His most prominent research was his work on Tiglath-Pileser III, king of Assyria.

Peretz Tishby archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Peretz Tishby (1914-2001), head librarian at the Jewish National and University Library and director of Yeshiva University in New York.

Isaac Levitats Archive | Language: English, Size: Very small
Isaac Levitats (1907-1985), historian, teacher and educator. Director of Jewish education council in various cities in the USA. Published articles on Jewish education and history, mostly on the history of Russian Jewry.

Pawel Barchan Archive | Language: Russian, German, French, Size: Very small
Pawel Abramovitch Barchan (1876-1942), journalist, translator, collector and photographer.

Yihya Moshe Abudi archive | Language: Hebrew, Arabic, Size: Very small
Rabbi Yihya Moshe Abudi (1844-1915), Iraqi-Jerusalemite SHaDaR and merchant who was active in the Far East.

Elieser Polak collection | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Rabbi Elieser Polak (1822-1905), rabbi of the Budapest, Hungary, community.

Gemma Levine Collection of Photographs from Israel | Language: English, Size: Small
Gemma Levine (1939-), photographer, among the official photographers of the United Kingdom monarchy. The collection includes over 20,000 photographs of landscapes, portraits and various events, taken by Levine in Israel and in the Sinai Peninsula in the years 1978-1982.

Moshe Pearlman Archive | Language: English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Moshe Pearlman (1911-1986), journalist, author and diplomat. Among the founders of Israel's military and civil public diplomacy (Hasbara) apparatus, first IDF Spokesperson during the War of Independence, head of public diplomacy (Hasbara) at the Prime Minister's Office.

Abraham Gergel Archive | Language: German, Russian, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Abraham Gergel, poet.

Aharon Michael Brachyahu archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Small
Aharon Michael Brachyahu (1867-1949), secretary of the Odessa Committee of Hovevei Zion, publicist, secretary at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design and teacher, among the first settlers of Beit HaKerem neighborhood in Jerusalem.

Constantin Brunner Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Constantin Brunner (1862-1937), pseudonym of the German-Jewish philosopher and author Aryeh Yehuda Wertheimer.

Zalman Shneour Collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Zalman (Zalkind) Shneour (1886-1959), one the greatest Hebrew poets of the revival generation, Yiddish writer and intellectual.

Josef Brociner Archive | Language: Romanian, Size: Very small
Josef B. Brociner (1848-1918), leader of Iaşi and Galaţi Jewry, essayist and historian, among the first Hovevei Zion in Romania.

Elias Schwarzfeld Archive | Language: Romanian, French, Size: Small
Eliahu (Elias) Schwarzfeld (1855-1915), Jewish-Romanian public figure, journalist, translator and editor of Jewish journals, social activist, historian and author (some of his work appeared under the pseudonym Edmond Sincerus).

Markus Deutsch Wolfshaut collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Excerpts from sermons and Halaka innovations, sale deed, Purim song and postcards from Abraham Schwadron to Markus Deutsch.

Walt Whitman Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Walter "Walt" Whitman (1819 - 1892), American poet, journalist and humanist, one of the greatest American poets. The collection includes prints, booklets, photographs, autographs, and photocopies of materials related to Whitman.

Arie Ben David archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Arie Ben David (1904-1979), the archive contains correspondence regarding his book on Talmudic economy and notes on his family tree.

Shmuel Schecharia archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Small
Shmuel Schecharia (1909-1978), journalist. Yiddish press correspondent in Israel and abroad.

Joseph Troyansky collection | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Letters from Joseph Troyansky (Ukraine) to his sons in the years 1922-1938 and various notes.

Eliyahu Tecklin Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Eliyahu Tecklin, scholar of the Hebrew scriptures.

Gerald Tauber Archive | Language: English, German, Size: Very small
Gerald E. Tauber (1922-1989), professor of physics at Tel Aviv University.

Yitzhak Samonov collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yitzhak Samonov (1888-1950), jurist, came from a well-known of rabbis (his grandfather was the rabbi Chaim Berlin). Secretary of the committee of Jerusalem's Jewry and president of the Jerusalem office of B'nai B'rith. After the establishment of the State of Israel he was appointed the state attorney's assistant.

Edmund Silberner archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Prof. Edmund Silberner (1910-1985), economist, among the first professors at the department of economics at the Hebrew University.

Wilbush family collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Correspondence of the Wilbush family, pioneers of industry and manufacture. Nahum Wilbush (1879-1971) was a mechanical engineer, member of the Zionist survey expedition to Uganda and founder of "Shemen" factory.

Freimann Family Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Israel Meir Freimann (1832-1884), rabbi of Filehne and Ostrowo communities in Poland, prepared an edition and author an interpretation for the midrashic book "We-Hizhir".

Shaltiel Family Archive | Language: English, French, Hebrew, Size: Small
Documents related to the Shaltiel family history.

David Petterson Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
David Petterson was a writer.

Isaiah Sonne Archive | Language: Italian, Hebrew, English, Size: Medium
Isaiah Sonne (1887-1960), Hebrew historian and bibliographer, who is considered one of the major scholars of Jewish manuscripts and of the history of Italian Jewry.

Jenö Schück Collection | Language: Hungarian, Size: Very small
Rabbi Jenö Schück (1965-1967), chief orthodox rabbi of Budapest (1965-1967), and Jewish history expert .

Nehemya Allony archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Prof. Nehemya Allony (1906-1983), essayist and scholar of medieval Hebrew literature, language and poetry, founder and director of the Institute of Microfilmed Hebrew Manuscripts.

Louis Loewe Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Dr. Eliezer Halevi (1809-1889), Moses Montefiore's secretary. The collection contains 59 letters by communities and rabbis from across Europe, which were sent to Halevi during Montefiore's visit in Russia in 1846.

Collection of letters to Shaul Hone Kook | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Shaul Kook (1879-1955), businessman, public activist and scholar of Jewish studies, brother of HaRaAYaH Kook.

Samuel Landauer Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Arabic, Size: Very small
Prof. Samuel Landauer (1846-1937), German-Jewish orientalist and librarian.

Julius Jarcho Collection | Language: English, Size: Medium
Dr. Julius Jarcho (1882-1963), gynaecologist and obstetrician in New York.

Napoleon and his Time | Language: French, English, Size: Small
Handwritten and printed documents, letters and orders concerning Napoleon, the wars of France in his time, in particular the military actions around the Mediterranean Sea, and the Congress of Vienna. The collection is part of Abraham Shalom Yahuda's (1877 - 1951) estate, scholar of Jewish history and Arab culture, active Zionist, author and publicist.

Jacob Leib Talmon collection | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Small
Prof. Jacob Talmon (1916-1980), historian, studied the modern period.

Max Schwabe archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Prof. Moshe (Max) Schwabe (1889-1956), philologist and scholar of Greek and Roman inscriptions, served as operating president of the Hebrew University in the 1930s.

Yeshivat Torat Hayyim (Jerusalem) archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Yeshivat Torat Hayyim was founded in Jerusalem in 1886 by rabbi Yitzhak Vinograd. The archive includes letters from donors (1920-1940), certificates, notepads, card index and announcements.

Prozdor (periodical) archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
The periodical "Prozdor", which dealt with topics of Jewish faith, was founded and edited by Yitzhak Zimmermann, with the help of Samuel Hugo Bergman, Joseph Emmanuel and Dov Sadan. The periodical appeared for six years (1962-1968).

The Palestine institute of folklore and ethnology archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Small
Correspondence documenting the development of the Palestine Institute of Folklore and Ethnology and its periodical "Edut", as well as its founding director Dr. Raphael Patai in the years 1944-1947.

JDL archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Medium
The Jewish Defense League (JDL) was a radical right wing movement, founded in the USA in 1968 by rabbi Meir Kahane. The archive includes publications and video tapes, as well as material on the Kach movement.

Pinhas Rutenberg Collection | Language: Russian, Hebrew, English, Size: Medium
Pinhas Rutenberg (1878-1942), Russian revolutionary, engineer, founder of the Palestine Electric Corporation and a leader of the Jewish settlement during the British Mandate.

Cooperative Society of Winegrowers "Cormei Hatikvah" Collection | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Yehoshua Stampfer, who was among the founders of Petach Tikva, founded with Dov Yemini the Cooperative Society of Winegrowers "Cormei Hatikvah", which manufactured and marketed wine in Palestine and abroad. The archive contains kashrut certifications and requests from British Jews for wine supply by "Cormei Hatikvah".

Gush Emunim collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Gush Emunim is a religious national movement established after the Yom Kippur War and worked towards Jewish resettlement in Judea and Samaria, the Gaza Strip and the Golan.

Collection of essays written by students of teacher training college in Jaffa | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Essays written by students of the Levinsky teacher training college in Jaffa. The first Israeli academic institution for teacher training, Seminar Levinsky, was founded in 1913 by members of Hovevei Zion.

Museum of the printing arts (Safad) Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very large
The Museum of the Printing Arts (Safad) was founded in 1954 in Jerusalem. Among secondary literature on printing, its collections include private libraries, sculptures, museum artifacts and a collection of ex libris labels and printer's marks.

Communist party in Israel archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Large
The Communist Party in Israel was founded in 1919 as "Hebrew Socialist Workers Party", which later became PKP (Palestinishe komunistishe partey).

Collection of documents on the foundation of Mizrachi movement | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Documents related mainly to Rabbi Samuel Mohilever (1824-1898), one of the founders of the Hovevei Zion movement and a forefather of Religious Zionism.

Collection of publications of pre-state underground organisations | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Announcements, circulars, brochures, booklets and newspapers in Hebrew and other languages issued by the Etzel, Lehi and Haganah.

Ex Libris collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Around 2500 ex libris labels which belonged to various personalities.

Mekize Nirdamim Society Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
The Mekize Nirdamim Society was founded in Germany in 1862 by Eliezer Lipmann Silbermann, editor of "Hamagid". Its activity resumed in 1933, and among its leaders were Hayim Nahman Bialik, S. Y. Agnon, Ephraim Elimelech Urbach, Gerschom Scholem, Israel Ta-Shma and others.

Collection of the Institute of Asian and African studies | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Arabic, German, Size: Very small
Founded in 1926, the School of Oriental Studies was among the first institutes in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The collection contains personal and professional archival material of some of the School's members, as well as German-Jewish scholars who were connected to them.

Yoseph Chazanovitz collection | Language: Hebrew, German, Russian, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Yoseph Chazanovitz (1844-1919), Jewish-Zionist physician and bibliophile, one of the founders of "Midrash Abarbanel".

Collection of documents from the Joint Distribution Committee's offices in Warsaw and Kovno | Language: Yiddish, Russian, Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Lists from various community institutions in Poland such as orphanages, synagogues etc, as well as statistical surveys and financial balance sheets of various communities.

Collection of the General Jewish Orphanage "Beth Chinuch Jettomim" | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Copies of letters regarding fund collecting. Most letters were addressed to rabbi Jacob S. Katzin, envoy of General Jewish Orphanage "Beth Chinuch Jettomim"

Weimar Republic Ephemera Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Approximately 500 pamphlets and posters of several political parties from election campains in the time of the Weimar Republic, as well as special issues of newspapers from the same period.

Коллекция документов Министерство Еврейских Справ У Н Р | Language: Yiddish, Russian, Size: Very small
Various documents, among which are applications by Jewish to the Ukrainian authorities regarding internal and financial affairs, damages caused by pogroms, as well as regarding an autonomous Jewish regime in Ukraine.

Collection of documents from the student adminisration of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
A selection of certificates from personal files of students and applicants for studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, mostly from the Faculty of Humanities, as well as a large account book of the Finance Division, documenting all scholarships and awards granted to the university's students in the years 1925-1942.

Collection of the Verband Ost-juedischer Studentenvereinein in West-Europa | Language: Yiddish, German, Russian, Size: Very small
Certificates, announcements, letters and protocolls of the Verband Ost-juedischer Studentenvereinein in West-Europa.

Collection of documents relating to the history of Yemenite Jews in pre-state Israel | Language: Hebrew, Arabic, Size: Very small
Letters and deeds sent from Yemenite Jewry to immigrants from Yemen in Palestine (1907-1948), mostly from the cities Aden, Sanaa, Sbayra and Rada'a, as well as various documents and letters of the Jerusalem Yemenite Kollel (1910-1930). Most of the documents are copies from the archive of Shalom Yosef Alshich.

Архив Русской Духовной Миссий в Иерусалиме | Language: Russian, Size: Very small
Correspondence and various documents of the Russian Orthodox Spiritual Delegation, from the late 19th century and early 20th century. Those certificates are mostly concerning matters of the Russian pilgrims and the activity of the Church at the Russian Compound in Jerusalem.

Archive of the Centre for Documentation of East European Jewry | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Large
The Centre for Documentation of East European Jewry began its activity in 1953, upon the initiative of Shaul Avigur. The archive contains academic researches on Eastern European Jewry, questionnaires, copies of various documents and materials from archives in Eastern Europe concerning Jews and Judaism during the period of the Soviet regime.

Safed collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Various documents, claim preclusions, account books, correspondence, literary excerpts and archival material related to kollels, yeshivas, charity societies and institutions in the city of Safed.

Collection of documents from the Old Yishuv in Jerusalem | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Documents concerning the Old Yishuv in Jerusalem: neighborhoods, public institutions and rabbinical institutions.

Collection of letters sent to Jaffa rabbis | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Letters sent to the "Sha'arei Tora" Yeshiva in Jaffa (1890-1948), the city's rabbis and other rabbis, such as rabbi Dov Katz, rabbi Yitzhak HaLevi Herzog and rabbi Shmuel Salant.

Collection of documents on Yesud ha-Maʻalah | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Correspondence regarding the moshava Yesud ha-Maʻalah, several sale deeds, a deed of agreement and various bills of the moshava.

Collection of documents from Hebron | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Various agreements, correspondence on various requests, gift and sale deeds related to the Jews of Hebron, collected in the years 1830-1935.

Collection of documents about the founding of Hadera | Language: Hebrew, French, Yiddish, Russian, Size: Very small
Documents from the founding period of the moshava Hadera, mostly concerning associations of Hadera settlers established in Vilnius, Riga and Kaunas.

Collection of Yehuda Leib Boymwol | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Avraham Rein (1913-1997), ultra-orthdox activist, among the leaders of Agudat Yisrael and of the ultra-orthodox public in Petach Tikva.

Collection of documents on Vilna (Vilnius) Ghetto | Language: Yiddish, German, Polish, Russian, Size: Very small
Documents, announcements, weekly newspapers, correspondence, banknotes, paintings, handwritten testimonies, works of literature, articles and photographs from the Vilna (Vilnius) Ghetto, collected by the poet Abraham Sutzkever during the Holocaust.

Collection of documents on Volozhin community | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Various documents and letters related to the Volozhin community, its rabbis and yeshiva.

Collection of documents and letters from Gulpaigan | Language: Judeo-Persian, Persian, Size: Very small
Documents and letters related to a family of physicians from Gulpaigan, Iran, collected in the years 1895-1933.

Lise Kaznelson-Weltsch archive | Language: German, Czech, English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Lise Kaznelson-Weltsch (1889-1974), close friend of Franz Kafka and the sister of Felix Weltsch.

Moshe Krone Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Moshe Krone (1913-1993), author, journalist and thinker, among the founders of the National Religious Party (Mafdal), translated to Hebrew some of rabbi Joseph Ber Soloveitchik's writings.

Getzel Kressel archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Getzel Kressel (1911-1986), pioneer of Eretz Israel bibiliography in the modern period and historian.

Yitshak Isaac Halévy collection | Language: Hebrew, German, French, Size: Very small
Yitshak Isaac Halévy (1847-1914), rabbi, activist and historian.

Michel Rabinovitch archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Michel Rabinovitch (1879-1948), active Zionist, author and journalist, founder of "Darom", bookshop and publishing house, in Jerusalem.

Moshe Razieli-Rozental archive | Language: Yiddish, Russian, Polish, Size: Very small
Moshe Razieli-Rozental (1892-1971), teacher, poet, author and linguist. Wrote many poems in Yiddish, several plays and humoristic feuilletons.

"Isaac Rivkind archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Medium
Isaac Rivkind (1895-1968), folklore scholar, historian and bibliographer, was active on behalf of the Mizrachi organization and served as a librarian at the Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) in New York.

" Dov Joseph Collection | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Dr. Dov (Bernard) Joseph (1899-1980), minister in the Israeli governments, Knesset member and earlier, one of the most prominent Jewish lawyers in Palestine during the British Mandate and the martial law in Jerusalem period during the War of Independence. He was famous for his role as Minister of Rationing and Supply during the Austerity Period.

Zalman Shazar collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Size: Very small
Zalman Shazar research work on the Sabbateans, in his handwriting and in typescript, and some of the letters regarding this work and the publication of the Hebrew translation for "Beshraybung".

Usiel Oskar Schmelz archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Prof. Usiel Oskar Schmelz (1918-1995), professor of statistics and demography at the Institute of Contemporary Judaism at the Hebrew University, and director of the department of demographic statistics at the Central Bureau of Statistics.

Yoel Giulio Racah archives | Language: Hebrew, English, Italian, Size: Medium
Prof. Yoel Giulio Racah (1909-1965), physicist, served as rector of the Hebrew Unicersity in the years 1961-1965.

Elly Gross Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Large
Elly Gross (1921-2014), graphic designer, painter and sculptor. The archive includes sketches and original layouts for hundreds of book covers and commercial logos designed by her, correspondence with various personas and institutions and material concerning instruction of the Hebrew alphabet.

Yeshaayahu Shpiegel archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yeshayahu Shpigl (1906-1990), Yiddish author, essayist and critic.

Alexander Sperber collection | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Prof. Alexander Sperber (1897-1970), scholar of the early version of the Hebrew Bible, its translations to Aramaic and pre-Masoretic grammar.

David Tidhar archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Large
David Tidhar (1897-1970), police officer, private investigator and scholar of the history of the Jewish settlement in Eretz Israel. His most famous work is the Encyclopedia of the Founders and Builders of Israel.

Yoseph Brill archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yoseph Brill (Iyov) (1839-1919), Hebrew journalist and author.

Yeshayahu Nissan Hacohen Goldberg Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Letters sent to Yeshayahu Nissan Hacohen Goldberg (1858-1927) by Hebrew and Yiddish writers and editors of periodicals and newspapers.

Feivel Ginzburg archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Feivel Ginzburg (1897-1982), refusenik, activist on behalf of Soviet Jewry.

Jacob Glanz archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Medium
Jacob Glanz (1902-1982), Yoddish poet and author.

Joel Gak archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Joel Gak (1913-1979), engineer, Yiddish writer and essayist.

Avraham yitzhack Gruschko Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Avraham Yitzhack Gruschko (1880-1938), rabbi in Pinsk.

Israel Dorion archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Dr. Israel Dorion (1908-1992), pioneer of nutritional medicine and veganism in Israel and inventor of Enan Bread.

Dosh Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Large
Kariel Gardosh ("Dosh") (1921-2000), cartoon artist, illstrator and graphic editor. Worked for the weekly magazine "HaOlam HaZeh" and "Maariv" newspaper.

Ben Zion Dinur collection | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Medium
Prof. Ben Zion Dinur (1884-1973), one of the major Jewish historians of the 20th century, professor of Jewish history at the Hebrew University and Israeli minister of education and culture.

Irme Drucker archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Irme (Yirmiyahu) Drucker (1906-1982), Yiddish author and scholar of folklore.

Baruch Hager archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Small
Baruch Hager (1898-1985), Yiddish author, essayist and journalist in Romania and France.

Ovadia Hadaya archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Rabbi Ovadia Hadaya (1890-1969), rabbi of Sephardic and Mizrahi communities. Member of the chief rabbinate in Petach Tikva.

Shaul Hochberg collection | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Shaul Hochberg (1870-1942), Yiddish author, journalist and editor in Poland.

Hersch Harth archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Small
Hersch Harth (1897-?), Yiddish playwright and director.

Yitzhak Isaac Halevi Herzog collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Collection of responsa and psakim of rabbi Yitzhak Isaac Halevi Herzog, who served as chief rabbi of Israel and president of the Great Rabbinical Court. Earlier he served as chief rabbi of Ireland.

Meir Wunder archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Rabbi Meir Wunder (1934-), librarian and author. Director of Panevėžys Yeshiva Library in Bnei Brak, founder of the Center for Religious Libraries and senior librarian at the National Library of Israel.

Eisig Silberschlag archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Eisig Silberschlag (1903-1988), poet, author and scholar of Hebrew and general literature.

Rafael Seligmann archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Rafael Seligmann (1875-1943), thinker and essayist.

Habshush family archive | Language: Judeo-Arabic, Hebrew, Size: Medium
Historical-literary-commercial archive of the Habshush family of Yemen, as well as an archive of the "Ezrat Ahim" society, which provided aid to Yemenite Jewry.

Avraham Chen archive | Language: Hebrew, German, French, Russian, Size: Very small
Dov Neuman (1919-1990), Yiddish poet and painter.

Rafael Chasman archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Rafael Chasman (1894-1972), author and journalist, among the founders of the newspaper "HaTzofe".

Meir Hartiner archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Meir Hartiner (1880-1972), author and editor, wrote in Hebrew and in Yiddish.

Meir Charatz archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Medium
Meir Charatz (1912-1993), Yiddish author and poet.

Rephael Tur archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Rephael Tur, actor, broadcaster at "Radio Jerusalem", chairman of the students' union at the Hebrew University in the 1930s.

Dov Tkacz collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Size: Very small
Dov Tkacz (1889-1974), Chabad rabbi, served as a rabbi in Lublin, Poland.

Avraham Wolf Jasni archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Avraham Wolf Jasni (1892-1968), Yiddish journalist, essayist and amateur historian of the Holocaut.

Abraham Yaari collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Abraham Yaari (1899-1966), bibliographer and scholar of the history of Hebrew books, historian of Palestine and of Oriental Jewry. The collection includes card indexes on the history of Jewish settlement in Palestine and the history of Hebrew printing.

Gimpel Mordechai Jaffe | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Rabbi Gimpel Mordechai Jaffe (1820-1891), rabbi and Talmid Chacham, pioneer of "Hibbat Zion".

Amalia Kahana-Carmon archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Amalia Kahana-Carmon (1926-2019), Israeli author.

Benjamin Levinson collection | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Material from Benjamin Levinson's advertising agency in Jerusalem, 1923-1947. Including correspondence with clients and circulars from the Eretz Israel Union of Advertising.

Mordechai Litvin archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, French, Size: Very small
Mordechai Litvin (1903-1993), translator and literary and theatre critic.

Isaac Lamdan collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Isaac Lamdan (1899-1954), poet, translator and editor. The collection contains approximately 2000 xerox copies of letters sent to Lamdan in the years 1944-1954, while he was editor of the journal "Gilionot",

Aryeh Leo Motzkin archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Large
Prof. Aryeh Leo Motzkin (1934-2006), scholar of humanities and Jewish thought.

Yitzchak Boon Bukshpan collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Unpublished drafts for stories by Yitzchak Boon Bukshpan, in typescript and in handwriting.

Yaakov Meron archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Prof. Yaakov Meron (1939-2008), professor of Islamic law, served as Arab states law consultant at the Ministry of Justice.

Chen Melech Merchavia collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Chen Melech Merchavia (1910-2003), editor, essayist, thinker, active revisionist and historian of the Revisionist Movement, served as secretary of the Gymnasia Rehavia in Jerusalem. The collection contains newspaper clippings on the history of Białystok and its Jewish institutions and public figures.

Jonathan Frankel Collection | Language: English, Size: Large
Prof. Jonathan Frankel (1935-2008), historian and professor of Russian studies and Jewish history at the Hebrew University.

Oskar Grusenberg Collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Oskar Israel Grusenberg (1886-1940), one of the greatest Jewish jurists, mostly known as defender of various Jewish personalities in blood libel trials in Russia, such as the Beilis trial.

Moshe Haim Vinograd Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Rabbi Moshe Haim Vinograd, among the directors of Toras Chaim yeshiva in Jerusalem.

Max Joseph Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Max Joseph (1868-1950), served as rabbi. The collection contains 56 booklets of comments from his Tanach research.

Moshe Novomeiskii archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Moshe Novomeiskii (1873-1961), founding director of Palestine Potash Limited, initiator and founder of Dead Sea Works.

Sigmar Ginsburg Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Sigmar Ginsburg (1892-1956), writer and philosopher.

Jacob Robinson Collection | Language: German, English, Russian, Polish, Size: Very small
Jacob Robinson (1889-1977), Jurist, diplomat and historian. Legal adviser to Jewish Agency and later to Israel mission to UN.

Paul Kraus Collection | Language: French, Hebrew, Arabic, Size: Very small
Prof. Paul Kraus (1904-1944), orientalist and historian, professor of Semitic languages at Cairo University.

Erich Stern Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Erich Stern (1899-1959), psychologist, physician and educator.

Dov Neuman archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Dov Neuman (1919-1990), Yiddish poet and painter.

Nelly Ptashkina Archive | Language: Russian, Size: Very small
Nelly Ptashkina (1903-1920), Russian diarist.

Jacob Nacht archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Rabbi Jacob Nacht (1872-1959), scholar of Jewish folklore.

Joseph Horovitz Archive | Language: German, Arabic, Size: Small
Prof. Joseph Horovitz (1874-1931), pofessor of oriental studies at the Frankfurt am Main University

William Hall Collection | Language: English, Size: Small
Materials on the Eichmann trial collected by William Hall, priest.

Crescenzo Del Monte Archive | Language: Italian, Size: Small
Crescenzo Del Monte (1868-1935), Jewish-Italian poet, published poetry in Judaeo-Romanesco dialect.

Mordecai Kirshblum Collection | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Small
Prints of photographs, mostly b&w, taken in the years 1900-1936 and documenting various events in which rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum participated as part of his roles in the Mizrachi movement, the Jewish Agency and other Zionist institutes, as well as drafts and sermons by rabbi Kirshblum.

Moshe Segal-Rosenbach collection | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Programs and ads for singing events, newspaper clippings, booklets of Yiddish poems and letters by Moshe Segal-Rosenbach, cantor and singer, who performed in singing events with poems translated by him from Hebrew into Yiddish.

Yaakov Meir Segalowitch archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Rabbi Yaakov Meir Segalowitch (1879-1943), editor and publisher of the periodical "Measef Drushi", served as rabbi for verious communities in Russia, as well as in Danzig, Brussels and New York.

Zeev Smilansky archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Zeev Smilansky (1873-1944), author and journalist, editor at "Hapoel Hatzair", director of the statistics department at the Tel Aviv Municipality and father of the author S. Yizhar.

Immanuel Velikovsky Archive | Language: English, German, Hebrew, Size: Large
Immanuel Velikovsky (1895-1979), Jewish physician, psychoanlalist, historian and author active in Russia, Palestine and the USA.

Rahamim Hai Hawita Ben Hanina HaCohen archive | Language: Hebrew, Judeo-Arabic, French, Size: Small
Rabbi Rahamim Hai Hawita Ben Hanina HaCohen (1901-1959), rabbinical court scribe in Djerba, melamed, jurist and Av Beit Din in Djerba.

Heinz Steinitz Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Prof. Heinz Steinitz (1909-1971), professor of marine zoology at the Hebrew University.

Kurt Mayer Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Uriel (Kurt) Mayer (1913-1985), German-Jewish poet.

Dovid & Regina Sfard archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Dovid Sfard (1905-1981), Yiddish author, journalist and cultural activist, in particular in the field of Jewish cultural lives in Poland as editor of the publishing house "Yidish-bukh".

Benjamin Fondane Collection | Language: French, Romanian, Size: Very small
Benjamin Fondane (Wechsler) (1898-1944), Romanian-French writer, director and translator.

Richard Walzer Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Richard Rudolf Walzer (1900-1975), scholar of Greek and Arabic philosophy.

Avraham Moshe Fuks archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Medium
Avraham Moshe Fuks (1890-1974), Yiddish writer, member of the Bund party in Galicia.

Elisha Porat archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Elisha Porat (1938-2013), poet, writer and essayist.

Leon Roth Archive | Language: English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Prof. Leon Roth (1896-1963), professor of philosohpy in the Uk and later at the Hebrew University.

Otto Nathan Archive | Language: English, German, Size: Large
Dr. Otto Nathan (1893-1987), economist, a close friend of Albert Einstein and executor of his will.

Helene Bloch Archive | Language: German, French, Size: Very small
Dr. Helene Bloch-Freudenheim (1867-?), physician practicing in Berlin. She was married to Joseph Bloch, the influential social-democratic publicist.

Maurice Beck Hexter Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Maurice Beck Hexter (1891-1990), American social worker, active in Jewish social organizations.

Dennis Silk Archive | Language: English, Size: Medium
Dennis Silk (1928-1988), poet, playwright, editor and translator.

Levi Family of Zurich Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Correspondence and documents of the Levi family of Zurich.

Ingeborg Sulzberger-Löwenheim Archive | Language: German, English, Size: Very small
Ingeborg Sulzberger-Löwenheim, German physician who emigrated to Israel.

Sassoon Family Archive | Language: English, Judeo-Arabic, Hebrew, French, Size: Very large
Documents of the Sassoon family, a wealthy family of merchants from Baghdad.

Harry Greif Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Harry Greif (?-1991), poet who wrote in German, and scholar in the fields of literature and philosophy.

Willi Handl Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Willi Handl (1872-1920), journalist, writer and theatre critic. The archive also includes diaries of his brother, Zigmund Handl.

Max Jacobs Archive | Language: English, Size: Very small


Wilhelm Schlesinger Archive | Language: Spanish, German, Size: Medium
Wilhelm (Guglielmo) Schlesinger, German rabbi, later became the chief rabbi of Argentina.

Ida Fink Archive | Language: Polish, German, English, Hebrew, Size: Medium
Ida Fink (1921-2011), writer in Polish and Holocaust survivor.

Mircea Gorun Archive | Language: Romanian, Size: Small
Mircea Gorun (1922-2000), Jewish poet, wrote in Romanian.

Heinz Pflaum archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Heinz Pflaum (1900-1962), professor of Romance linguistics and Renaissance history at the Hebrew University.

Shmuel Tsesler archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Small
Shmuel Tsesler (1904-1987), Yiddish poet.

Yoram Tsafrir archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Medium
Yoram Tsafrir (1938-2015), prominent Israeli archaeologist and scholar of historical geography of Palestine.

Shamay Pinsky Archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Shamay Pinsky (1882-1941), journalist, poet and active Zionist.

Meir Martin Plessner Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, English, Arabic, Size: Medium
Meir Martin Plessner (1900-1973), orientalist, professor at the Hebrew University.

Wolf-Südfeld Family Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Letters from Max Nordau and personal documents concerning him.

Collection of legal documents of the Sephardi community in Cairo | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
17 deeds in Hebrew of Sephardic community members in Cairo from 1626-1787. Most of them are sale deeds of real estate, and few are claim preclusions. All descriptions of deeds include the names of the people mentioned in the deeds.

Gershon Shaked Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Large
Gershon Shaked (1929-2006), professor of Hebrew literature at the Hebrew University, literary critic, essayist, scholar and author.

David Yellin Collection | Language: Hebrew, Arabic, German, English, Size: Very small
David Yellin (1864-1941), pioneer of Hebrew education in Palestine and scholar of the history of Palestine. The collection contains correspondence on the Samaritans in Palestine.

Jeonathan Prato archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Italian, Spanish, Size: Very small
Jeonathan Prato (1913-2006), lawyer and diplomat at the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

David Amiran archive | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Small
Prof. David Amiran (1910-2003), geographer and scholar of Palestine, founder og the department of geography at the Hebrew University. In addition to notes from Amiran's research works, the archive contains 5 professional notebooks of his wife, archeologist Ruth Amiran.

Emanuel Harussi Archive | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Medium
Emanuel Harussi (1903-1979), poet, songwriter, among the founders of the satricial theatre "Hamatate", translator and children's author.

Avigdor Arikha Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Spanish, Size: Very small
Avigdor Arikha (1929-2010), painter.

Kitty Steinschneider Archive | Language: German, English, Hebrew, Size: Medium
Kitty Steinschneider immigrated to Palestine in the early 1930s, and worked as a translator and in various government ministries.

Else Lasker-Schüler Archive | Language: German, English, Hebrew, Size: Large
Else Lasker-Schüler (1869-1945), German-born Jewish poet who wrote in German.

Alfred Dreyfus archive | Language: French, English, Size: Very small
Alfred Dreyfus (1859-1935), Jewish officer in the French army who was falsely accused of treason.

Shmuel Huppert Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Polish, Size: Medium
Shmuel Huppert (1936-2006), literary editor, director of the literary segment on Israeli radio and essayist.

Haim Guri Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Arabic, Yiddish, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, French, Size: Large
Haim Guri (1923-2018), songwriter, poet, author, translator, filmmaker and journalist.

Yehoshua Arieli Archive | Language: English, German, Hebrew, Size: Medium
Yehoshua Arieli (1916-2002), historian, studies American history.

Wilhelm Jerusalem archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Wilhelm Jerusalem (1854-1923), philosopher, educator and psychologist.

Shevah Eden Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Polish, Size: Very small
Dr. Shevah Aizenbod-Eden (1914-2015), educator, manager of the Curriculum Division at the Ministry of Education in Israel, chairman of the pedagogical secretariat.

Abraham B Yehoshua Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very large
Abraham B. Yehoshua (1936-), author, playwright, publicist, thinker and literary scholar.

Eugen Relgis Archive | Language: Romanian, Spanish, English, German, Size: Large
Eugen Relgis (1895-1987), Romanian-Jewish author and journalist.

Haim Be'er Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Very large
Haim Be'er (1945-), writer, poer, editor and journalist.

Abraham Shalom Yahuda Archive | Language: English, German, Hebrew, Spanish, Judeo-Arabic, Size: Large
Abraham Shalom Yahuda (1877-1951), orientalist, publicist and manuscript collector.

Martin Buber archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, French, Size: Very large
Martin Buber (1878-1965), Jewish philosopher and scholar of Hasidism.

Albert Ehrenstein Archive | Language: German, Size: Medium
Albert Ehrenstein (1886-1950), Jewish-Austrian writer and poet.

Joseph Buloff Archive | Language: Yiddish, English, Size: Small
Joseph Buloff (1899-1985), actor and director of Yiddish and American stage and cinema.

Helena Kagan Collection | Language: Hebrew, Russian, English, Size: Very small
Helena Kagan (1889-1978), one of the first pediatricians in Israel.

Paul Engelmann Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Medium
Paul Engelmann (1891-1965), architect. Outstanding student of Adolf Loos, friend and partner of Ludwig Wittgenstein

Gustave Kahn archive | Language: French, Size: Very small
Gustave Kahn (1859-1936), outstanding poet of the Symbolist movement, author, art critic and editor of the Menorah, French Zionist periodical.

Ahad Ha'am Archive | Language: Hebrew, Russian, English, Yiddish, Size: Large
Ahad Ha'am (Asher Ginsberg) (1856-1927), Hebrew author, publicist and thinker, among the leaders of Himmat Zion and the founder of cultural Zionism

Richard Beer-Hofmann Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Richard Beer-Hofmann (1866-1945), Austrian-Jewish writer and poet.

Julius Itzhak Guttmann Collection | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Julius Itzhak Guttmann (1881-1950), Jewish-Israeli thinker and theologist.

Hermann Burchardt Archive | Language: German, Arabic, Persian, French, Size: Small
Hermann Burchardt (1857-1909), German-Jewish orientalist and photographer.

Rudolf Fuchs Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Rudolf Fuchs (1890-1942), poet and dramatist who wrote in German. He was acquainted with the "Prague Circle"

Walter Benjamin Collection | Language: German, Size: Small
Walter Benjamin (1892-1940), philosopher and cultural critic, associated with the Frankfurt School of critical theory.

Nathan Yalin-Mor Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Yiddish, Size: Large
Nathan (Friedman) Yalin-Mor (1913-1979), Lehi leader, journalist, editor, author, politician and thinker.

Israel Folklore Society (Yeda Am) Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very large
Israel Folklore Society (Yeda Am) was founded in 1942 by Yom-Tov Lewinski and Nahum Slouschz. Its aim was collecting and preserving folklore traditions of Jewish communities in Palestine and worldwide.

Itzik Manger Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Large
Itzik Manger (1901-1969), among the greatest Yiddish poets, playwrights and authors in the 20th century.

Stanley Batkin Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
A collection of photographic portraits of Israeli fine artists, taken by Stanley Batkin (1914-2015).

Max Grunwald Archive | Language: German, English, Size: Medium
Meir (Max) Grunwald (1871-1953), German rabbi, historian and folklorist. The archive also includes Grunwald's autograph collection.

Shmuel Yosef Agnon Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, English, German, Size: Very large
Shmuel Yosef Agnon (1887-1970), Hebrew writer, Nobel prize laureate in 1966.

Jossel Birstein Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Large
Jossel Birstein (1920-2003), author and poet.

Abraham Sutzkever Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Large
Abraham Sutzkever (1913-2010), Yiddish poet and writer. Was invloved in cultural life at the Vilna Ghetto, and later joined the partisans who operated as part of the Red Cross.

Melech Ravitch Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very large
Melech Ravitch (1893-1976), Yiddish poet, writer, essayist and thinker.

Michael Weichert Archive | Language: Yiddish, Polish, Hebrew, Size: Medium
Michael Weichert (1890-1967), playwright and director, wrote on Yiddish theatre. Major contributor to Jewish life at the Warsaw Ghetto.

Philipp Bloch Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Philipp Bloch (1841-1923), founding leader of the Vereinigung der liberalen Rabbiner Deutschlands and among the founders of the Gesamtarchivs der deutschen Juden in Berlin.

Uri Zvi Greenberg Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Size: Very large
Uri Zvi Greenberg (1896-1981), one of the greatest Yiddish and Hebrew poets.

Yaakov Yakir Archive | Language: Yiddish, Russian, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yaakov Yakir (1908-1980), Yiddish author and essayist.

Salomon Buber Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Size: Medium
Salomon Buber (1827-1906), economist and banker, among the leaders of the Jewish community in Lviv. Published critical and corrected editions of Midrashim and prominent texts of medieval Jewish scholars, and composed biographical research work on the history of Polish Jewry. His grandson was Martin Buber.

Peter Altenberg Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Peter Altenberg (1859-1919), impressionist poet and writer, played an important role in the "Jung-Wien" society.

Moshe Ya'aqov Ben Gavriel Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Moshe Ya'aqov Ben Gavriel (1891-1965), journalist and author who wrote in German.

Abraham Adolf Fraenkel Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Large
Abraham Halevi Fraenkel (1891-1965), mathematician. First dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at the Hebrew University.

David Daiches Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
David Daiches (1912-2005), Scottish literary historian of Jewish heritage.

Meir Mohar Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Meir Mohar (1888-1967), poet, translator and educator. Father of the poet Jehiel Mohar (Mar) and gradfather of the songwriter Eli Mohar.

Adolf Büchler archive | Language: German, English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Adolf Büchler (1867-1939), rabbi and scholar of Jewish Studies.

Archive of Gershom Gerhard Scholem | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Large
Gershom Scholem (1897-1982), scholar of Kabbalah and Jewish Mysticism, historian and thinker. Director of the Judaica department at the National Library of Israel, and president of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.

Mordechai ben Yehuda Cohen mi- Tripoly Archive | Language: Judeo-Arabic, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Mordechai Cohen, scholar, researcher and rabbi in Tripoli and Benghazi in the years 1897-1926.

Jacob Eduard Polak Archive | Language: German, Persian, Russian, Size: Very small
Jacob Eduard Polak (1818-1891), Austrian physician of Jewish heritage, practiced and taught medicine in Persia and published his work in German and in Persian.

Eva Abramovitch Archive | Language: Yiddish, Russian, French, Size: Very small
Eva Abramovitch (1863-1940?), daughter of Mendele Mocher Sforim. She was a physician who developed a treatment for tuberculosis.

Leib Olitzki Archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Small
Leib Olitzki (1894-1975), Yiddish writer, poet, children's author and translator.

Franz Ollendorff Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Prof. Franz Ullendorf (1900-1981). Physicist, founder of the Technion's Electrical Engineering faculty.

Yehuda Zrachia Azulai Archive | Language: Ladino, Judeo-Arabic, Italian, English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yehuda Zrachia Azulai (?-1871), born in Marrakesh and immigrated to Jerusalem in 1812. In 1814 set out to Turkey and Italy on his own behalf. In 1830 Jerusalem's envoy to Morocco. In 1836-1839 set out to Constantinople, and from there to Italy on his own behalf.

Adolf Neubauer archive | Language: English, French, German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Adolf Neubauer (1832-1907), orientalist, author, bibliographer and librarian at the Bodleian Library in Oxford.

Nisan Shtein-Goldstein Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Rabbi Dr. Nisan Shtein-Goldstein (1879-1933), rabbi in Galicia.

Markus Brann Archive | Language: German, Size: Medium
Markus Brann (1849-1920), rabbi and historian.

Elimelech Israelit Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Spanish, Ladino, Size: Very small
Elimelech Israelit (1851-1939), served as chairman of the Be'er Tuvia (Qastina) moshava committee, and represented the settlers before the Zionist leadership.

Akibah Ernst Simon Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Large
Ernst Akiva Simon (1899-1988), professor of philosophy and education at the Hebrew University, cofounder of Brit Shalom.

Elia Mordechai Eisenstein Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Size: Very small
Elia Mordechai Eisenstein (1867-1956), head of Beit Vaad HaKolel in Jerusalem. Served as treasurer of Vaad Kol HaKolelim in Jerusalem, secretary of Central Committee Knesseth Israel, and for several years secretary of rabbi Shmuel Salant.

Simha Assaf Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Simha Assaf (1889-1953), Israeli rabbi and historian. Served as rector of the Hebrew University and Supreme Court judge. Published extensive research work in Jewish Studies, among others, on the period of the Geonim, the rabbinic literature and Hebrew law.

Maximilian J Herzberger Archive | Language: German, English, Size: Very small
Maximilian J. Herzberger (1899-1899), published many books and articles in the field of optics, which were considered groundbreaking.

Victor Aptowitzer Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Victor Aptowitzer (1871-1942), rabbinic and talmudic scholar.

Hary M Lewis archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Manuscripts, drawings and photographs.

Photograph Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Negative and prints in various techniques, photo and postcards albums, also including photograps of private individuals, photographers and institutions from the 19th until the 21st century.

Solomon Liptzin Archive | Language: English, German, Yiddish, Size: Medium
Solomon (Sol) Liptzin (1901-1995), scholar and critic of German and Yiddish literature in the USA and in Israel.

Zalman Epstein Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Zalman Epstein (1860-1936), publicist and critic in HaMelitz, HaKol, HaTsfira and HaBoker Or. His public activity involved Hebrew education. Envoy to the Zionist Congress in Vienna.

Joseph Schlossberg archive | Language: English, Size: Very small
Joseph Schlossberg (1875-1971), Social Labor labor leader in the garment industry, journalist in Yiddish and English, and Zionist activist in the US.

Abraham Kahana Archive | Language: Hebrew, Russian, English, German, Size: Large
Abraham Kahana (1874-1946), his academic masterpiece was the publication of a comprehensive critical exegesis for the Old Testament, and the publication of the Jewish apocrypha in Hebrew translation and including exegesis.

Meyer Levin archive | Language: English, Size: Very small
Meyer Levin (1905-1981), American writer, playwright and journalist on Jewish themes.

Walter Clay Lowdermilk archive | Language: English, Size: Very small
Walter Clay Lowdermilk (1888-1974), US soil conservationist. Author of "Palestine: Land of Promise" (1944).

Abraham Robinson archive | Language: English, Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Abraham Robinson (1918-1974), mathematician and aerodynamics researcher.

Sir Moses Montefiore archive | Language: English, Size: Small
Sir Moses Haim Montefiore (1784-1885), Jewish British philanthropist.

Archive of Jacob Nahum Epstein | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Large
Jacob Nahum Epstein (1878-1952), among the first teachers at the Hebrew University, founder of the Institute of Jewish Studies and first editor of the periodical "Tarbiz". Published extensive research work in Talmud linguistics, Talmud, Geonim and medieval literature, Rishonim exegesis etc.

Marek Scherlag Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Dr. Haim Mordechai (Marek) Scherlag (1878-1962), active Zionist in Vienna. Immigrated to Palestine in September 1939. The archive consists of 83 letters sent to Marek Scherlag by various persons, between 1900 and 1938.

Heinrich Ehrentreu Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Small
Heinrich Ehrentreu (1854-1927), orthodox rabbi and author. Served as maggid at the Ohel Yaakov synagogue in Munich, where he developed the community's religious institutes for 42 years.

Marcus Ehrenpreis Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Swedish, Size: Small
Marcus Ehrenpreis (1869-1951), chief rabbi of Sweden, publicist and literary critic in Hebrew, Swedish and other languages.

Leon Scheinhaus Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Leon Scheinhaus (1865-1935), published hundreds of articles, some in Hebrew, in journals such as HaMagid, HaMelitz and others, as well as in German. Scheinhaus was a friend of the poet Mordecai Zevi Manne and the author Abraham Mapu, and took part in publishing their work.

Eliezer Yitzhak Ilannae Archive | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Eliezer Yitzhak Scheinboim (Ilannae) (1855-1929), pioneer of original philosophical thought in modern Hebrew literature.

Escha Else Bergmann Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Escha Else Bergmann (née Burchhardt) (1896-1978) was active in Brith Shalom. She was first married to Gershom Scholem, and later to Samuel Hugo Bergmann.

National Library Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Russian, Size: Large
The National Library was founded by the Jerusalem office of "B'nai B'rith", which in 1892 opened a first Hebrew public library under the name "the Midrash Abarbanel Library".

Rakah Family Archive | Language: Hebrew, Italian, French, Size: Very small
The Rakah family was among the most distinguished families in the Jewish community of Tripoli, Libya.

Nathan Rotenstreich Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Very small
Prof. Nathan Rotenstreich (1914-1993), dean of the humanities faculty and rector of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, one of the first members of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.

Israel Ben Shem Collection | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Romanian, Size: Very small
Dr. Israel Ben Shem (Shamban) (1904-1987), scholar of Hebrew scriptures.

Meshulam Rath Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Rabbi Meshulam Rath (1875-1962), chief rabbi of the Shotz and Chernivtsi communities.

Stefan Zweig Collection | Language: German, French, Size: Medium
Stefan Zweig (1881-1942), Austrian writer. The Library's portion of his estate was received as a gift from Zweig before he left Austria.

Samuel Hugo Bergmann Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very large
Samuel Hugo Bergmann (1883-1975), among the founders of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, the Jewish National and University Library and the first National Library's director in the years 1920-1935. Among the leaders of "Brith Shalom". Published many books and research work on philosophy.

Max Zweig Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Max Zweig (1892-1992), dramatist.

Jehuda Louis Weinberg Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Jehuda Louis Weinberg (1883-1960), lawyer, Zionist, journalist, poet, dramatist and translator (Hebrew-German).

Felix Weltsch Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Felix Weltsch (1884-1964), librarian, philosopher, author, editor, publisher and journalist. Zionist leader in Bohemia. Was associated with the "Prague Circle", and later worked at the National Library in Jerusalem on leading positions.

Joseph Wahl Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Joseph Wahl (1899-1968), German Zionist and Jewish community activist.

Haim Avraham Gagin Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, French, Ladino, Size: Very small
Rabbi Haim Avraham Gagin (1787-1883), in 1841 appointed for Rishon LeZion (Sephardi chief rabbi of the Land of Israel). Was the first to receive an official letter of appointment from the Sultan.

Gotthold Weil Archive | Language: English, Arabic, Turkish, German, Size: Small
Gotthold Weil (1882-1960), orientalist and philologist. Professor of Semitic languages at Frankfurt University in 1931-1934. Director of the Jewish National and University Library in 1935-1946.

Mikhail Osipovich and Maria Zetlin Archive | Language: Russian, German, English, Size: Very small
Mikhail Zetlin (1882-1945), writer, poet, translator and publisher, and Maria Zetlin (1882-1976). Both were political activists and art collectors.

Broadsides and posters collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very large
Broadsides and posters published by various institutions: Zionist, governmental and state institutions, political parties, movements and organizations, religious and cultural institutions, cities, settlements and communities, societies and unions, corporations.

Eliahu Guttmacher Archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Polish, German, Size: Small
Eliahu Guttmacher (1796-1874), rabbi, among the harbingers of Zionism. He and rabbi Kalischer issued a call for settlement in the Land of Israel and founded the Association for the Colonisation of Palestine.

Asher Grunis Archive | Language: English, Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Rabbi Asher Grunis (1877-1937), chief rabbi of the Wilczyn and Cardiff communities, where he established the infrastructure for Jewish education and keeping kashrut regulations.

Yitzhak Livni Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Yitzhak Livni (1934-2017), editor of the magazines BaMahane and BaMahane Nahal, commander of Galei Tzahal radio, CEO of the Israel Broadcasting Authority and chairman of Channel 2 News Company.

Harry Friedenwald Archive | Language: English, Hebrew, Size: Small
Notes and correspondence about Friedenwald's book, images and prints collection on the history of Jewish medicine.

A collection of interviews in the Bedouin society in the Negev and in Sinai | Language: Arabic, English, Size: Medium
Clinton Bailey (1937-), orienatlist and scholar of Bedouin culture in the Negev and in Sinai. The collection contains recorded interviews conducted by Clinton Bailey with Bedouins in the Negev and Sinai area.

Louis Lewin Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Louis Lewin (1850-1929), German-Jewish physician, toxicologist and pharmacologist.

Augusto Levi Archive | Language: Italian, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Augusto Yoel Levi (1888-1975), jurist, was active in the Zionist movement in Italy. Immigrated to Palestine in 1938. Professor of law at the University of Tel Aviv and the Hebrew University, and chairman of the Manufacturers Association of Israel.

Saul Tchernichowsky Archive$h[archival material]$f1909-2013 | Language: Hebrew, German, French, English, Russian, Yiddish, Size: Small
The Saul Tchernichowsky archive is in the posession of Gnazim Archive in Tel Aviv. Following the 70th anniversary of Tchernichowsky's death, his archive was photocopied by the National Library.

Shlomo Gold Collection | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Letters, certificates, documents, study material and maps from the estate of Shlomo Gold, a soldier of HaHagana and the IDF who fought in Safed during the War of Independence.

Collection of American Autograph Albums and Photographs | Language: English, Size: Very small
Eight private autograph albums from the United States. In addition, there are seven b&w prints of photographs, as well as three picture postcards, all from the late 19th and early 20th century.

Shmuel Moreh Archive | Language: Hebrew, Arabic, Size: Large
Prof. Shmuel Moreh (1932-2017), orientalist, major scholar of Arabic culture and and chairman of the Association of Jewish Academics from Iraq.

COVID-19 Jewish Ephemera Collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Large
Digital ephemera from Israel and from Jewish communities, institutions and organisations in 23 countries worldwide. The collection documents daily life in the Jewish world during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic in 2020 and responses to it.

Mordechai Warzagier Collection | Language: Hebrew, Polish, Yiddish, Size: Very small
153 letters in Hebrew, Polish and Yiddish, which were sent to Mordechai Warzagier by family and friends, mostly in Poland, in the years 1933-1941, and letters sent by Warzagier from Palestine to his fiancé in Poland.

Collection of Letters by Joseph Molitor | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Joseph Molitor (1855-1924), Catholic priest and professor at the Theological Institute in Colombus, Ohio. Molitor spent two years in Palestine in the early 20th century, and became acquainted with the Jewish community in Jerusalem.

Mortin Joseph Plotnik Collection | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Mortin Joseph Plotnik (1903-1994), conducted economical-social research in several universities and research institutes in the United States. The collection contains correspondence with his family in the 1920s and 1930s.

Arthur Ruppin Collection | Language: German, English, Size: Very small
Print version of the 12 volume diaries of Arthur Ruppin (1876-1943), sociologist and Zionist thinker. The collection also includes printed copies of Ruppin's letters to the Jewish aid committee in Damascus and from Dizengoff to Ruppin, as well as certificates of donations for planted trees by the KKL.

Simon Avseyewitz Neuhausen Collection | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Simon Avseyewitz Neuhausen (1872-1943), prominent activist in the Zionist movement in the Vitebsk area.

Zvi Woyslawski Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Dr. Zvi Woyslawski (1889-1957), secretary of Dvir publishing house in Berlin and took part in other literary activites. In 1934 immigrated to Palestine, where he was active as writer, editor and translator.

Prints and Drawings Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Prints in various techniques (etching, engraving, lithography etc.) of landscapes, structures and historical events. A large portion of the collection contains prints depicting synagogues and customs of Jewish diaspora.

Society for the Support of Agricultural Workers and Craftsmen in Syria and Palestine Collection | Language: Russian, Size: Small
Ten volumes of protocols in Russian, among others of the "Odessa Committee" - Society for the Support of Agricultural Workers and Craftsmen in Syria and Palestine /

Semyon Shimshon Rosenbaum Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Russian, Size: Very small
Semyon Shimshon Rosenbaum (1860-1934), chief organizer of the Minsk Conference (1902), the general assembly of Zionist movements members in Russia, head of the Zionist Organization in Lithuania and the Jewish community's official representative.

Abram Krol Collection | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Abram Krol (1919-2001), artist whose work consisted of engraving, woodcuts, copper, reliefs etc.

Yiddish Writers and Journalists Club in Palestine Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
The Yiddish Writers and Journalists Club in Palestine was founded in Tel Aviv in late 1928, as an a-political organization of Yiddish writers in Palestine. In practice, the club presented a united front of authors and journalists against the forces that strove to diminish and exclude Yiddish culture and language.

Arieh Chorshy collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Arieh Chorshy (1911-2014), Israeli poet and writer.

Bilu collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Newspapers clippings and documents related to Menashe Meirowitz (1860-1949), among the Bilu pioneers, the first settlers in Rishon LeZion and founders of Gedera.

Avichanan Hillel collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Avichanan Hillel (1897-1978), took part in the activity of the satirical theatre HaKumkum, edited entertainment shows at HaMatate theatre, wrote skits, translated songs from various languages and librettos for operas and operettas.

Brith Schalom collection | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
An organization founded in Jerusalem in 1925 by Arthur Ruppin, Rabbi Binyamin and a group of Jewish intellectuals, most of which were German immigrants. Its aim was to pave the road to an understanding between Jews and Arabs, towards a common solution for the future of Palestine. The organization supported the concept of a bi-national state in Palestine.

Ben Ezer (Raab) family collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Esther Raab (1894-1981), poet, daughter of Yehuda Raab, who was among the first settlers in Petach Tikva.

Reports of visits to the Temple area, Jerusalem | Language: English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Photocopies of Asher Selig Kaufman's 211 reports on his visits to the Temple area in Jerusalem in the years 1975-2004.

Rebecca Affachiner Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Rebecca Affachiner (1884-1966), social worker. In 1934 she emigrated to Palestine and devoted the rest of her life to social welfare.

Austrian Decrees and Laws Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
32 Austrian decrees and laws for the Austrian Crown lands, for Galicia, for the Archduchy Lower Austria, and for Vienna. The decrees refer to matters of religion, trade, gold and silver, coins, taxes, military service, and to a fire in Langenlois and the damages caused by it (1846).

David Leib Baum collection | Language: Hebrew, German, Hungarian, Size: Very small
Rabbi David Leib Baum (1865-1918), Av Beth Din of Novo mesto (then Austria-Hungary).

Collection of Documents to the History of Motza - Qalunya | Language: Hebrew, Turkish, Arabic, Size: Very small
Documents concerning mostly the purchasing of lands during the 1890s, and concerning the relationship between the settlers of Motza and the Jerusalem office of B'nai B'rith.

Daniel Ben Baruch archive | Language: Hebrew, Latin, English, Size: Very small
Daniel Ben Baruch (1893-1973), wrote pamphlets with the aim of proving that world peace is impossible without the construction of the Third Temple.

Mordechai Herling Collection | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Very small
Original and photographic documentation concerning the Aliyah of Mordechai Herling and his wife, Rachel Lehrman Herling, during WWII.

Haim Mizrahi Collection to the History of Reviosionist Zionism in Greece | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Various documents from the activity of the Reviosionist movement in the Balkan states, in Saloniki, Greece, and in the island of Corfu.

Moishe Glaser Collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Moishe Glaser (1892-1984), Yiddish author.

ha-Agudda lizkhuyyot ha-ezrah be-Yisrael collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Since its founding in 1972, the Association for Civil Rights in Israel is working towards the protection and promotion of human rights, in areas in which these rights are violated by or on behalf of Israeli authorities. The collection contains protocols of the association's board meetings, as well as various public statements.

Miriam Gold Kowadlo Collection | Language: Polish, German, English, Size: Very small
Miriam Gold Kowadlo (1910-1967) arrived at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp at the end of WWII. Served as a teacher in the DP camps.

Julius Hoffmann Collection | Language: German, Czech, Italian, Size: Very small
Julius Hoffmann (1885-1972), hotel owner and head of the Association of Hotels and Restaurants in Lower Saxony. The collection consists of personal documents from the Hoffmann family archive; documents relating to the Nazi persecutions of the Hoffmann family and various items which were collected by Julius Hoffmann during his stay in Ferramonti camp, Italy. In addition, there are some documents and materials related to brother in law, Gustav Hergershausen, who was arrested in the ghetto of Theresienstadt.

Shemaryahu Talmon Collection | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Very small
Shemaryahu Talmon (1920-2010), among the greatest scholars of the Hebrew scriptures.

Morris Berg Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Morris (Moe) Berg (1923-1972), American baseball player and spy during WWII.

Collection of documents relating to the history of Jewish culture in the Soviet Republic of Lithuania | Language: Lithuanian, Yiddish, English, Size: Very small
Soviet newspaper clippings from the Soviet Union and other countries of the Communist Bloc, including reviews on Jewish theatre and music performances in Vilnius and other cities in Lithuania, mostly in the 1950s and 1960s, as well as programs of theatre and music performances.

Pinchas Turberg Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Pinchas Turberg (1875-1952), editor of the magazine "Di yidishe velt".

Solomon Ettinger Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Size: Very small
Solomon Ettinger (1802-1856), one of the greatest Yiddish authors of the early 19th century.

Manlio Campagnano Collection | Language: Italian, Size: Very small
Manlio Campagnano (1912-2002) was a chemist and also conducted research on the history of the Jews in the Italian region of Emilia Romagna. The collection also includes documents of his sister Elda (1910-2004), secretary of the Jewish communities of Milano and Bologna

Baruch Schochetmann Collection | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Baruch Schochetmann (1856-1890), worked at the Jewish National and University Library, and was one of the editors of the bibliographic quarterly Kiryat Sefer.

Norbert Weldler Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Various ephemeral items of the Zionist Organization in Germany, which were collected by the Zionist activist Norbert Weldler (1884-1961), as well as handwritten notes, probably taken by Weldler, during WWI.

Yekutiel Kagan Archive | Language: Hebrew, Chinese, Russian, Size: Very small
Rabbi Yekutiel Kagan (1882-1933), served as rabbi and shochet of the Jewish community in Harbin, China.

Oneg Shabbat (Ohel Shem) Society Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
The Oneg Shabbat (Ohel Shem) Society was founded by a group intellectuals and public figures in Tel Aviv, lead by the poet Hayim Nahman Bialik. The society's aim was to hold cultural events for the general public on Saturdays and holidays, as part of a pluralistic and cultural Jewish perception.

Varia Collection | Language: No linguistic content, Size: Large
Various objects of historical significance, individual printed items and various documents, which were collected at the National Library since its foundation.

Zwi Herbert Weglein Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
122 letters to Zwi Weglein from family members and friends, written in Fürth, Gunzenhausen and Halberstadt, referring to private matters and to their Aliyah plans.

Siegfried Brandler Collection | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Siegfried Brandler was a writer and literary translator who lived in London.

Mira Rothenberg Archive | Language: Hebrew, French, English, Size: Medium
Mira Rothenberg (1924-2006), scholar of French literature and linguistics.

Collection of Assembly of Representatives elections campaign ephemera | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Publications of electoral lists which campaigned for the Assembly of Representatives elections.

German Private Letters Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
57 handwritten letters of private contents, written in Copenhagen, Berlin, Aachen, Leipzig, Colmar, Brooklyn, Friedrichsroda and Essen. Some of the letters were written by soldiers to their families during World War I.

Chayym Zeldis Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Chayym Zeldis (1927-2008), author and poet.

Verona Jewish Community Collection | Language: Italian, Size: Very small
Letters and official documents from the offices of the Jewish community of Verona, Italy and documents which relate to the "Opera Pia Carolina Calabi", an institute which was part of that community.

Shlomo Dickman Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Shlomo Dickman (1917-1965) translated many Greek and Roman classics into Hebrew.

Archive of Torah Libraries Center under the Association of Israeli Librarians | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Protocols, correspondence, reports, publications and various documents related to the activity of librarians in religious libraries within the Israeli Association of Librarians.

Collection of Ephemera from Jewish Communities in Eastern Europe Between the World Wars | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Size: Medium
Approximately 3000 publications related to Jewish lives in Poland between the World Wars, collected from Jewish communities and organizations in 92 cities and towns in Poland, as well as in the Baltic states (mostly Lithuania and Latvia).

Nikos Kazantzakis Collection | Language: French, Size: Very small
Photographs of Nikos Kazantzakis (1883-1957) and some of his monuments in Crete; letters and postcards from Elaine Kazantzkis to Rachel Lipstein Minc; a few articles and fragments of essays on Kazantzkis; photo-copies of Nikos Kazantzakis' letters to Rachel Minc Lipstein from the years 1946-1956.

Collection of Documents relating to the History of the American Colony near Jaffa | Language: English, Size: Very small
Official documents and correspondence between the American State Department and the American vice-consulate in Jaffa, concerning the American settlement near Jaffa.

Israel Finkelscherer Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Rabbi Israel Finkelscherer (1866-1942), served as rabbi and director of the girls gymnasium in Munich. In June 1942 he was deported with his family to the Theresienstadt Ghetto, where he died shortly after.

Michael Wilensky Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Michael Wilensky (1877-1955), published dozens of articles as well as books on the language of the Jewish medieval sages.

Congres International des Bibliophiles Collection | Language: Polish, French, Size: Very small
Items printed in special editions for bibliophiles, including medals, participant folder containing programs, postcards and pins. The congress took place in Krakow, Poland, July 1973.

Collection of Decorative Plates | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Seven decorative plates, produced for various events, from different places worldwide.

Jacob Robinson Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Jacob Robinson (1889-1977), one of the leaders of the Jewish community in Lithuania. After escaping to New York in 1940, he was active in Jewish institutions in the United States.

Jacob Ramberg Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Jacob Ramberg (1855-1925), supporter of cultural projects in Hebrew. He composed a comprehensive Hebrew dictionary, of which only three volumes were published. The collection contains a full card index of the dictionary.

Shalom H Zahler - Shalmon Collection | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Shalom H. Zahler - Shalmon (1913-1992), educator in ultra-orthodox schools in New York. One of his famous essays was his attack on the Zionist Organization's institutes and their approach towards the Holocaust.

Collection of Yekutiel Listmangof Letters | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Eleven letters in Hebrew sent by rabbi Yekutiel Listmangof from the city of Nevel in Russia to his friend Menachem Mendel Laine in Jerusalem.

Dora Kogan collection | Language: Russian, English, Size: Very small
Dr. Dora Kogan (1923-1993), art historian and exhibitions curator in the Soviet Union. The collection contains six exercise books of Hebrew and English in her handwriting, a book of addresses and photographs of paintings.

Süssmann Muntner Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Süssmann Muntner (1897-1973, physician, researched the history of medicine.

Ha-poel ha-zair collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
HaPoel HaZair was a Zionist labor party founded in 1905 upon the initiative of former members of Zeire Zion. The party advocated for implementing Zionism by means of a Hebrew society of workers, was active in fields such as employment, culture, health and settlement, and took part in forming the General Organization of Workers in Israel.

Collection of parties publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Broadsides, posters, invitations, brochures and other publications by parties and small political movements from before and after the establishment of the State of Israel.

Viennese Political Ephemera Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
60 flyers, unused stickers and broadsides of Austrian political parties in Vienna, mainly produced for May 1st, 1933. Some of the materials show antisemitic texts and illustrations.

General Zionists collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Broadsides and publications of the General Zionists Association in Palestine.

Shira Carmon Autographs Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Reply letters from Knesset members sent in response to Shira Carmon's inquiries. Among the responders are Rehavam Ze'evi, Zevulun Hammer, Yehoshua Matza, Michael Eitan, Tzachi Hanegbi, Yitzchak Levi, Elyakim Haetzni, Yitzhak Mordechai.

Tickets collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Items of various sorts - travel tickets; tickets for performances, concerts, theatre, cinema, religious and partisan events, museums, balls; tickets for reserved seats at synagogues; lottery tickets.

Collection of Yom Kippur War publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Broadsides, posters, "Dapei Krav", brochures for soldiers, postcards, maps and propaganda material. Most of the items were published by the IDF. The collection also includes publications by individuals and movements from the postwar period.

Revisionist Zionists collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Posters and publications of the Revisionist Zionists Union in Palestine, Brit HaTzionim HaRevizionistim and other related organizations.

Collection of Ephemera from Jewish Communities in Czechoslovakia | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Printed matter - leaflets, invitations - of Czech Jewish communities, institutions and organisations.

Tenuat ha-Herut collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Tenuat ha-Herut is a party founded by former Etzel members. It was active since the establishment of the state of Israel and continued to implement the Revisionist movement's ideology. The collection contains posters and publications of Tenuat ha-Herut and the Likud party.

Yitzchak Brot archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Small
Yitzchak Brot (1910-?), author and journalist. Member of Yiddish press editorials in Israel.

"Israel Labour party collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
The Israel Labour party was founded in 1930 as a union of HaPoel HaTzair and Ahdut HaAvoda, and stood at the center of political activity at the Jewish settlement and later the Jewish state. .

" Pnina Maizlish archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Dr. Pnina Maizlish took part in lazing the foundation to the study of the Mizrachi movement in Poland, and established the Religious Zionism Archive at Bar-Ilan University.

Yehoash collection | Language: Yiddish, English, Size: Very small
Yehoash was the pseudonym of Shlomo Blumgarten, Yiddish poet and author; linguist and translator of the Old Testament into Yiddish.

Uzbekistan Jewish community | Language: Russian, Hebrew, Judeo-Persian, Size: Very small
Documents, letters, Pinkasim, amulets, Ketubahs and manuscript fragments of the Bukharan community in Uzbekistan, as well as photocopies of documents from the Museum of Bukharan Jewry in Samarkand.

Drafts Collection for Central Asian Jewry Research | Language: Russian, Size: Very small
Drafts for an essays volume of historians from various countries, including Prof. Michael Zand of the Hebrew University, on the subject of Central Asian Jewry.

Zionist Congresses collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Propaganda material for World Zionist Congresses elections, entry tickets for congress sessions, publications printed by the congress election committees and other congress related publications.

Max von Wilmersdörffer Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Max von Wilmersdörffer (1824-1903), Bavarian knight, well-known numismatist and an official of the Jewish community of Munich.

Heilbronn, Levi & Scholem Families Collection | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Personal documents, letters, photographs, medals, and family trees of the family's branches. In addition, there are some materials on the printing business of Siegfried Scholem in Berlin and on Gerhard (Gershom) Scholem.

Naphtali Menazeah Colletion | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Naphtali Menazeah (1886-1969), physician. Aside from his medical practice, he wrote articles, mostly on Hebrew language, as well as memoires.

David Frischmann Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
David Frishman (1859-1922), one of the greatest Hebrew authors and translators of the revival period. The collection contains newspaper and magazine clippings of articles about Frishman, copies of letters and archival material, correspondence and several photogographs.

Abraham Joseph Stybel Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Abraham Joseph Stybel (1885-1946), founder of Stybel publishing house and literary periodicals. The collection contains letters related to the publishing house's activity.

Siegfried Mekler Collection | Language: German, English, French, Size: Very small
Siegfried Mekler (1852-1912), researcher in the field of the ancient Greek tragedy. The collection includes four autograph letters to Mekler.

Collection of Hebrew Writers' Letters | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Letters by various Hebrew writers, mostly from the early 20th century.

Erich Brauer Collection | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Erich Brauer (1895-1942), anthropologist. The collection includes five original diaries, a typed transcript of them, and photocopies of texts and of a drawing by Brauer.

Paul Landau Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Paul Landau (1880-1951), journalist and writer. The collection also includes a war diary from World War I, medals and decorations.

United Workers' party (Mapam) collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
The United Workers' party (Mapam) was founded in 1948 as a union of Hashomer Hatzair Workers Party and HaTnua LeAhdut HaAvoda Poale Zion.

Collection of Jewish Posters from Latvia | Language: Latin, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Posters printed and distributed by Jewish organizations in Latvia, in the capital Riga and in the cities of Dvinsk, Liepāja, Jelgava and Ludza, between the World Wars.

Collection of Ephemera from Israel's Tenth Anniversary Exhibition | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Publications produced on the occasion of Israel's Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, which was presented on June 5th-August 21st 1958 at Binyenei HaUma, Jerusalem.

Poale Ziyyon collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Small
Poale Zion was a Zionist socialist party founded in 1906 in Jaffa, upon which were later founded Mifleget Poalei Eretz Yisrael (Mapai) and Mifleget HaPoalim HaMeuhedet (Mapam).

Collection of ephemera regarding charitable donations | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Posters, letters, brochures and other ephemera, printed and distributed by communities and charity institutions in Israel and abroad, in order to raise donations for their work and for the needy.

Anita Shapira Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Anita Shapira (1940-), Israeli historian. Her research work involves Zionism, the history of Jewish settlement in Palestine and the state of Israel. Published biographies of Berl Katznelson, Yigal Allon and Yosef Haim Brenner.

Gavriel Moked Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Letters and postcards sent by authors, poets, literary critics and various Israeli figure to Gavriel Moked, mostly related to the journal "Achshav" edited by him, from the 1960s and until the late 20th century.

Collection of Six Day War publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Broadsides, posters, "Dapei Krav", brochures for soldiers, propaganda material. Most of the items were published by the IDF.

Prague Jewish and Zionist Ephemera Collection | Language: German, Czech, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Ephemera of several Jewish and Zionist organisations in Prague.

Jewish Community "Adass Yisroel" Berlin Collection | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Printed matters, statutes and invitations to events of the community.

Collection of photographs from the Kfar Habad weekly | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Prints of photographs used by the Kfar Habad weekly editorial. Most photographs in this collection were printed in the magazine, mainly in the years 1983-1984.

Bookmarks collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Hundreds of items from Israel and worldwide, printed by public institutions, commercial organizations and private persons.

Collection of Habad ephemera | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Medium
Posters, broadsides, circulars, letters, envelopes, greeting cards, propaganda brochures, invitation and other items, which were produced and distributed by Habad institutions in Israel, the United States and other countries.

Claudio Segré Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Claudio G. Segrè (1937-1995), a specialist in the history of Italian fascism.

Collection of publishers ephemera | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Hundreds of items reflecting publishing houses' activity in Palestine and in the state of Israel. The collection also includes items related to the publication of newspapers and journals by publishing houses abroad.

Collection of Palestine Ramblers' Club | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
The Palestine Ramblers' Club was founded in Jerusalem in 1927 and became a national society. Its aim was to deepen the knowledge on the land, by means of hiking trips combined with exploration of the different places and sites from every aspect.

Collection of publications of the Israeli ultra-orthodox community | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Brochures, booklets, broadsides and publications, which were collected over the years by the Israeli ultra-orthodox community, and include references to developments and public discussions within ultra-orthodox society.

Erwin Hirsch Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Erwin Hirsch (1900-1975), children and youth psychologist. The archive includes booklets by Henriette Dreyfuss (late 19th century), a handwritten cookbook notes taken by Hirsch during his practice as psychologist (closed to the public), a diary, and a volume dedicated to Hirsch by Markus Reiner, including letters and offprints on psychoanalysis.

Collection of ephemera of Israeli students organisations | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Publications of Israeli students organisations which reflect their activity in universities and other higher education institutions in Israel.

Bernhard and Levin Families' Collection | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Family documents and handwritten letters.

Joint Distribution Committee Vienna Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Printed protocols of various committees that were active mostly in Vienna after WWI.

Collection of the First Lebanon War publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Publications and archival material from the time of the First Lebanon War, created by political parties, governmental institutions, civil society organizations and protest groups.

Collection of Torah scroll cases from Damascus | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Seven Torah scroll cases, two of which are small and meant for children. The cases are decorated with thin metal strips.

Collection of Torah scroll cases from Israel | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Three Torah scroll cases from Mevaseret Zion, made of wood and ceramics.

Nissan Rosenberg Collection | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Nissan Rosenberg (1894-1974), joined the "Zion" batallion of the Jewish Legions. Was one of Joseph Trumpeldor and Zeev Zeev Jabotinsky's associates. The collection contains six letters sent to him.

Collection of Israeli Communist Parties publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Publications and archival material of Israeli Communist Parties, including the Israeli Communist Party (Maki), the Palestine Communist Party (PKP), the Hebrew Communists and Rakach.

Collection of Documents from the Jewish Community of Frankfurt aM | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Drafts and copies of letters by leaders of the Jewish Community in Frankfurt a.M. to leading figures and lobbyists in Germany and the Netherlands concerning taxation of the Jews, responsa, deeds etc.

Collection of Agudat Israel publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Publications of the Agudat Israel association, also including material of the Agudat Israel global association, propaganda material of election campaigns with the political party, material of the Poalei Agudat Yisrael union and of the Zeire Poalei Agudat Yisrael association.

Paul Herrmann Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Paul Herrmann (1866-1930), German researcher in the field of German and Scandinavian philology and mythology.

Max Eitingon Collection | Language: Russian, German, English, Size: Very small
Max Eitingon (1881-1943), psychoanalist. The collection consists of brochures and newspaper clippings, mainly from the Russian and German press, which deal with different aspects of the social revolutionary and communist activities in Russia and other countries during the first quarter of the 20th century.

Shmuel Hauser Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Shmuel Hauser (1912-1973), Al HaMishmar correspondent in Haifa and member of the United Workers Party (Mapam).

French Jewry Collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, French, Size: Very small
Printed matter - posters, broasides, invitations - of French Jewish communities, institutions and organisations - from the first half of the twentieth century. Most of the items are from Paris.

Collection on the Maimonide's Jubilee | Language: Hebrew, Spanish, Arabic, Size: Very small
Printed matter in honor of Maimonide's 800th Jubilee in 1935, in Palestine, Córdoba (Spain) and Egypt.

Moisey Ghitzis Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Moisey Ghitzis (1894-?), Yiddish author.

Collection of printed matter on the Spanish Civil War | Language: Catalan, Spanish, French, Size: Very small
Propagnda material distributed by the ministry of Information of the Catalonian government during the Spanish Civil War. The collection also includes items on bombings in Madrid.

Collection of Election Propaganda from Germany | Language: German, Size: Very small
Broadsides from election campaigns in Germany, mostly from 11-19th of January, 1919. The content of the broadsides is antisemitic propaganda.

Moshe Kantarovitz collection | Language: Hebrew, Spanish, Size: Very small
Photocopies of documents on the foundation of neighborhoods in Jerusalem: Batei Mahase, Givat Shaul, Beit Yisrael HaChadasha, Knesset, Sha'arei Hesed, Shevet Achim, Zichron Tuvia, Sha'arei Tsedek and Ohel Shlomo, Mishkenot, South Mea Shearim, and a Kushan from Shimon HaTzadik - Sheikh Jarrah.

Collection of Jerusalem Municipality printed matter | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Printed matter of the Jerusalem Municipality, mostly on events produced by the municipality and the municipality's activity. The collection also includes

Collection of Mission printed matter | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Very small
Printed matter of various organizations which worked towards disseminating Christianity among Jews in the Land of Israel and worldwide. Most of the items are from the United States, Germany and Israel.

Collection of Mafdal publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Publications of the National Religious Party (Mafdal), including publications of its factions in the early 1970s.

Jules Gero Collection | Language: French, Size: Small
Posters from France between the years 1972-1988.

Collection of documents on 1929 pogroms | Language: Hebrew, English, Arabic, Size: Medium
Broadsides, brochures, newspapers, photographs and archival documents concerning the pogroms which took place in Palestine in august 1929, mainly in Hebron, Jaffa and Jerusalem.

Collection of printed matter about the history ot theatre | Language: English, Size: Very small
Programs of theatre perfomances from the United States and Europe in the 1920s, as well as programs of dance performances in London in 1936 and 1956, and a 1801 poster in German.

Collection of printed matter about Abraham Lincoln | Language: English, Size: Very small
Brochures, phamplets, leaflets, catalogues, facsmilia of letters, clippings and other printed matter about Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865).

Collection of document on the history of the Civil Guard in Tel Aviv | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Circulars, reports, letters, notes, documenting the National Guard's activity in Tel aviv in the years 1939-1942. The collection also includes reports on bombings in Tel Aviv during WWII.

Collection of Wardenship Diplomas | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Size: Very small
Wardenship diplomas, honorary wardenship diplomas and other certificates given by Yeshivas, charity institutions and various schools in Jerusalem and in other places.

Collection of printed matter on Yitzhak Rabin murder | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Newspapers, advertisments, broadsides, brochures and publications, which were produced following the murder of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in Tel Aviv, 4.11.1995.

Collection of Charity Boxes | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Charity boxes for various institutions, Kapparot charity boxes.

Collection of the Jewish Sephardic Committee in Jerusalem | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
The Jewish Sephardic Committee in Jerusalem was the official institution in charge of the legal and constitutional matters of Sephardic Jews during the period of the Ottoman rule.

Markus Gottfried collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Markus Gottfried (1870-1963), essayist and poet.

Margarethe Sobelsohn Autographs Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Autographs and signed portrait photographs of 14 actors and opera singers of Viennese theaters and operas.

Calendars collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Large
Calendars produced by religious and public institutions, communities and commercial organizations in Israel and abroad.

Hayim Hefer Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Hayim Hefer (1925-2012), songwriter, translator, journalist and screenwriter. Among the prominent creators of the 1948 and its documenter. Initator and founder of the Hamam theatre, and played an active role in founding the Palmach Museum.

Collection of Ephemera from Jewish Communities in the United Kingdom | Language: English, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Printed matter - posters, broadsides, invitations, circulars - of Anglo-Jewish communities, institutions and organisations, mainly from the first half of the twentieth century.

Dutch Jewry Collection | Language: Dutch, Size: Very small
Printed matter of Jewish communities, institutions and organisations, from the Netherlands.

Collection of Ephemera published by OZE Society for Safeguarding the Health of the Jews | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
OZE (Society for Safeguarding the Health of the Jews) was founded in 1912 in Saint Petersburg by a group of Jewish physicians. Its aim was educating the Jewish public on maintaining hygene and preventing diseases.

Volunteers [Shurat Hamitnadvim] Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Moshe Gurion (1897-1992) was a social activist as part of Shurat Hamitnadvim, a non-partisan movement founded in 1952 with the aim of fighting government curruption and social injustice in Israel.

Italian Jewry Collection | Language: Italian, Size: Very small
Printed matter of Italian Jewish communities, institutions and organisations.

Collection of Ephemera from Jewish Communities in Switzerland | Language: German, Size: Very small
Printed matter of Swiss Jewish communities, institutions and organisations.

Collection of Ephemera from Jewish Communities in Austria | Language: German, Size: Very small
Printed matter of Austrian Jewish communities, institutions and organisations.

Collection of Ephemera from Jewish Communities in Germany | Language: German, Size: Very small
Printed matter of German Jewish communities, institutions and organisations.

Collection of Ephemera from Jewish Communities in USA | Language: English, Size: Medium
Printed matter of American (=United States of America) Jewish communities, institutions, organisations and people. The collection also includes printed matter of anti-zionist organisations.

Collection of Photographs of the Zionist Organization of America Staff | Language: English, Size: Very small
25 original silver prints from b&w photographs, taken at the Zionist Organization of America offices in New York in November 1918.

Collection de la Confédération Universelle des Juifs Sephardim | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Printed matter - circulars, appeals, bullettins, reports.

Collection of Ephemera from Jewish Communities in Canada | Language: English, Size: Very small
Printed matter of Canadian Jewish communities, institutions and organisations.

Jewish Technical College of Vilna Collection | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Various printed matter produced by the Jewish Technical Institute of Vilnius and term papers written by its students.

Miriam Freund Rosenthal - Vava Chagall Collection | Language: English, French, Size: Very small
25 letters and postcards in French, sent to Miriam Freund-Rosenthal (1906-1999), president of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, from 1956 until 1960, by Marc Chagall's wife, Valentina (Vava) Brodsky-Chagall (1905-1993)

Argentine Jewry Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Printed matter of Argentine Jewish communities, institutions and organisations.

South African Jewry Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Printed matter of South African Jewish communities, institutions and organisations.

Salonika Jewry Collection | Language: Greek, Size: Very small
Printed matter of Salonika Jewish communities, institutions and organisations.

Jews of Bessarabia collection | Language: Russian, Size: Very small
Various printed matter on the history of Jews in Bessarabia (currently in the territories of independent Moldova and Ukraine) mostly under Russian rule, in the years 1878-1917.

Moshe Gil Archive | Language: Hebrew, Arabic, Size: Very small
Moshe Gil (1921-2014), historian. Studied the Jewish population under the Islamic domination. His research work involved the Geniza, history of Palestine and history of Islam.

Moshe Weinfeld Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Medium
Moshe Weinfeld (1925-2009), scholar of Hebrew scriptures and scrolls of the Essenes.

Ruth Bondy Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Large
Ruth Bondy (1923-2017), journalist, member of the newspaper "Davar" who published hundreds of articles, interviews, personal columns and features. Author of biographies and books about Czech Jewry. Among the founders and directors of Beit Terezin.

Postcards Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Postcards with images of Jewish lives in the land of Israel or worldwide.

Bernhard Magnusson Collection | Language: German, Latin, Size: Very small
Bernhard Magnusson (1806-1871), physician and newspaper editor of the Altonaer Mercur. He acted for the emancipation of the Jews in Germany.

Arthur Kronthal Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Arthur Kronthal (1859-1938), local historian and business man in Poznań.

Devorah Omer Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Devorah Omer (Mosenzon) (1932-2013), children and youth author. Began her writing career at "Davar Liyladim" with her popular column "Dapei Tamar". Mostly known for her biographies, which were adapted for adolescent readership,

Family Letters collection from Central Europe | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Polish, Size: Very small
Family letters sent from Romania, Poland and Odessa to Palestine.

Gdud Maginei Ha'Safa Ha'Ivrit Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
The Battalion for the Defence of the Language was an organization founded by Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium graduates and students and was active within the Jewish population during the British Mandate. Its aim was imposing the Hebrew language and abolishing other languages, and predominantly Yiddish.

Collection of Culture and Entertainment publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Publications by producers and event planners, operators of clubs and cultural institutions, cultural associations, municipal advertising and signpostiong departments, poster hangers and distributors, donors, collectors and artists.

Alice Holz Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Alice Holz (1895-1993), photographer. In 1935-1940 worked with Alfred Bernheim, then started working as an independent portrait photographer.

Collection of IDF publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Various publications of the IDF.

Miller, Sh collection | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Sh. (Shaye) Miller (1895-?), Yiddish writer, editor and translator.

Eduard Kraus Collection | Language: German, Latin, Czech, Size: Very small
Eduard Kraus (1838-1926), physician. Studied in Prague and Vienna, and practiced in Leipnik and Vienna. The collection also includes items related to Hermann Nothnagel, who was also a physician.

Newspapers and Maps Collection from Special events in the History of the State of Israel | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Publications and maps related to the United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine, the declaration of the State of Israel, wars involving Israel and Sadat's visit, as perserved in Emanuel Harussi's archive.

Collection of printed matter on Chaim Arlozorow murder | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Newspapers, death notices and posters following the Haim Arlosoroff murder in Tel Aviv, 1933.

Shimshon Midbari Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Shimshon Midbari (1905-1994), teacher of the Old Testament and participant in editing the Russian translation of the Old Testament.

Joshua Efron Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Prof. Joshua Efron (1919-2011), professor of Jewish history at Tel Aviv University, whose research pertains to Jewish society during the Second Temple period and Early Christianity. The major part of the collection consists of 35 letters from Prof. Yitzhak Baer to Joshua Efron.

Eliyahu Mordcai Valkovski Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Rabbi Eliyahu Mordcai Valkovski (1873-1962), member of the Chief Rabbinate Council, and member of the Supreme Rabbinical Court in Jerusalem. Edited a new edition of Babylonian Talmud.

Daniel Goldschmidt Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Dr. Daniel Goldschmidt (1895-1972), Jewish librarian and scholar, studied prayer and Piyyut and published critical editions of siddurim and machzorim.

Heinrich Finkelstein Collection | Language: German, Spanish, Size: Very small
Heinrich Finkelstein (1865-1942), Germa- Jewish pediatrician.

Alexander Ganan Photographs Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Archive of the photographer-artist Alexander Ganan's photography studio, which operated in Jerusalem since 1933 and up to the mid 1960s.

Lehrer-Bildungsanstalt zu Jerusalem | Language: Hebrew, Arabic, German, Size: Very small
Exams and essays by students of the Lehrer-Bildungsanstalt zu Jerusalem.

Egyptian Jewry Collection | Language: Arabic, Hebrew, French, Size: Very small
Printed matter of Egyptian Jewish communities, institutions and organisations.

Jewish Territorial Organization in Russia Collection | Language: Russian, Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Very small
The Jewish Territorial Organization in Russia (ITO) was founded in 1905, upon the rejection of the Uganda Scheme. The organization was a proponent of mass Jewish emigration outside the Russian borders, and Jewish settlement as a group in a separate region under autonomous rule.

Collection of Histadrut elections campaign ephemera | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Small
Publications of electoral lists which campaigned in elections for the Histadrut's institutions, locally and nationally.

Collection of Means of Payment and Banknotes | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Means of payment and banknotes, including coupons, Halukka funds of the Old Yishuv, food stamps, banknotes from various countries etc.

Collection of Hebrew Alphabet Tables | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Samples of Hebrew alphabet tables. The items were printed in Israel and abroad.

Collection of Libraries Ephemera | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Very small
Samples of book loan cards, library cards, various forms from community and public libraries in Israel and worldwide.

Collection of Moezet Yesha publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Moezet Yesha is a public NGO uniting all authorities in Judea, Samaria and the Jordan Valley. It was formed in 1980, following the Jewish re-settlement after the Six Days War.

National Institutions Printed Materials Collections | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Printed matter of the Jewish National Fund, Keren Hayesod, the World Zionist Organization, the Jewish Agency and other national institutions, in Israel and abroad.

Haim Arlosoroff Project - Printed Materials Collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Printed matter distributed by the World Zionist Organization, especially the Prague office, as part of a fundraising for the settlement project founded in memory of Haim Arlosoroff after his murder.

Elye Falkovitsh Archive | Language: Yiddish, Russian, Size: Very small
Elye Falkovitsh (1898-1979), took part in setting the new Soviet version of Yiddish language and designed its characteristic orthography, syntax and style.

Azaria Alon Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Azaria Alon (1918-2014), among the founders of the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel and a prominent activist in matters of nature and landscapes preservation and traveling in Israel. The archive also includes transcripts of his radio talks in the program "Nof Artsenu".

Yigal Zur Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yigal Zur (1939-), agronomist, worked at the Ministry of Agriculture on matters of agricltural management and engineering, and later at the Jewish Agency on projects concerning, among others, the devlopment of the Jordan Valley.

Collection of photographs from the Morgen Freiheit daily Yiddish newspaper | Language: Yiddish, English, Size: Very small
Morgen Freiheit was one of the three major daily Yiddish newspaper published in New York in the mid 20th century. It was officially an organ of the ewish communists in the United States.

Collection of Photographs and Newspaper Clippings about the Anti-Jewish Pogroms in Russia | Language: Hebrew, Russian, German, Size: Very small
Photographic documentation of the the Anti-Jewish pogroms in Russia of 1903 and the wave of pogroms in Jewish communities across Russia which took place in October 1905, in the wake of the revolution.

Collection of printed matter concerning Polish Jewry after the Holocaust | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Size: Very small
Broadsides, posters and newspaper clippings concerning Polish Jewry in the first years after WWII.

Joint Distribution Committee Documents from Ukraine and Poland | Language: Yiddish, Russian, English, Size: Very small
Samples of forms and various printed matter related to the Joint Distribution Committee and other Jewish-American relief organizations active in the Ukrainian People's Republic and the Poland-Lithuania area after WWi, providing aid for the local Jewish communities.

Leonid Meyerson Collection | Language: Russian, Size: Very small
Leonid Meyerson (1893-1941), journalist, was also active as translator of German literature into Russian, publisher and book distributor.

Wolf Zeev Rabinowitsch Collection | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Wolf Zeev Rabinowitsch (1900-1991), physician, also studied Lithuanian Hasidism. Corresponded with other scholars, such as Simon Dubnow and Martin Buber.

Avrom Weiss Collection | Language: Hebrew, English, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Avrom Weiss (1898-1968), collector of printed matter and ex-libris labels in particular. Among the founders of the Museum of Printing Art, initially in Jerusalem and later in Safed.

Perez Smolenskin Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Perez Smolenskin (1842-1885), established the journal HaShachar in Vienna, a prominent literary journal of the Haskalah period, joined the Hovevei Zion movement and wrote articles in which he advocated for the return to Zion. Author of novels and other books in Hebrew.

Samuel Joseph Fünn Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Russian, Size: Very small
Rabbi Samuel Joseph Fünn (1818-1890), head of the Hovevei Zion in Vilnius and participated in the organization's conferences. Author, translator and editor of many books, including "Knesset Israel" and "Kiryah Ne'emanah".

Joseph Massel Archive | Language: English, Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Joseph Massel (1850-1912), printer, publisher and bookseller, as well as Hebrew poet and translator. Was an active Zionist in Manchester.

Zebi Miliavsky Collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Zebi Miliavsky (1860-1922), published articles and literary works in the Hebrew newspapers HaMelitz, HaMagid and HaTsfira, as well as in Yiddish in "Der tog" in Peterburg.

"Yisrael Maisel Archive | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Yisrael Maisel (1868-1951), active in the community committee in Kiev. Immigrated to Palestive in 1925. Member of the cemetery council in Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Chevra kadisha treasurer and among the founders of ""Yavneh"" synagogue in Tel Aviv.

" Moritz Lazarus Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Medium
Moritz Lazarus (1824-1903), German philosopher and psychologist, who was a vocal opponent of antisemitism in his time. The file also includes the estate of Nahida Ruth Lazarus (1849-1928), his second wife.

Moses Hirsch Segal Archive | Language: English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Moses Hirsch Segal (1876-1968). Rabbi of Newcastle, Swansea, Bristol. Professor of bible and Semitic languages at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Jacob Maimon Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, French, Size: Medium
Jacob Wassermann (Maimon) (1902-1977), developed a Hebrew stenographic system. Served as a stenographer for the Yishuv institutes and Mapai. He was the first stenographer of the Israeli government and transcribed its meetings.

Leib Malach Archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Medium
Leib Malach is the pseudonym of Aryeh Leib Salzman (1894-1936), Yiddish author, poet and playwright. Wrote Yiddish texts for children, poems and ballads, adapted folktales and biographies.

Martin Schreiner Archive | Language: German, Hungarian, Size: Very small
Martin (Márton) Mordechai Schreiner (1863-1926), rabbi, prominent scholar of Hebrew language and of Islamic literature, religion and society.

Löw Schwab Archive | Language: German, Hungarian, Size: Very small
Löw Schwab (1794-1857), chief rabbi of Pest since 1836. Fostered magyarization towards emancipation. Supported Hungarian independence and moderate Jewish reform.

Samuel Salant Collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Size: Very small
Samuel Salant (1815-1909), Ashkenazi chief rabbi of Jerusalem and among the leaders of the Old Yishuv. Founder of Etz Chaim Yeshiva, Bikur Cholim Hospital and the Central Committee Knesset Israel.

Yosef Falk Archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yosef Falk (1889-1968), Yiddish poet, Hasidic storyteller and translator.

Max Schloessinger Archive | Language: German, English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Max Schloessinger (1877-1944), philologist and Zionist activist in Germany, the Netherlands and Palestine.

Rachel Boymvol Archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Rachel Boymvol (1913-2000), Yiddish author and poet in the Soviet Union.

Aryeh Leib Frumkin Archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Aryeh Leib Frumkin (1845-1916), served as rabbi of the community of Alksut, Lithuania, among the settlers in Petach Tikva.

Abraham Shalom Friedberg collection | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Abraham Shalom Friedberg (1838-1902), editor of the journals HaMelitz and HaTsfira and Eshkol Encyclopaedia.

Toviyya Friedman Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Small
Toviyya Friedman (1922-2011), Holocaust survivor, founder of Yad Vashem's Haifa office and founding director of the Institute of Documentation in Israel fo the Investigation of Nazi War Crimes.

Yaakov Friedman Archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yaakov Friedman (1910-1972), Yiddish poet.

Heszel Klepfisz Archive | Language: Spanish, Yiddish, Polish, Size: Very small
Heszel Klepfisz (1910-2004), rabbi, educator, journalist and author. Was active in Poland, UK, USA, Panama and Israel.

Kokoschka-Kollek Collection | Language: German, English, Size: Very small
Xerox copies of letters between Oskar Kokoshka (1886-1980), Austrian artist, poet and playwright, his wife Olda Kokoschka (1915-2004) and Teddy Kollek (1911-2007), mayor of Jerusalem.

Farkas Ladislaus archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Hungarian, Size: Medium
Ladislaus Farkas (1904-1948), professor of physical chemistry, scientific advisor for Palestine Potash Limited, chairman of the Jewish Agency's central committee for the development of chemical industry in Palestine and founding member of the Scientific Council for Research and Development in Israel.

Ulrich Stutz Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Ulrich Stutz (1868-1938), jurist. The collection includes manuscripts, publications, broadsheets on the Church in Germany in the forties and fifties of the nineteenth century and a few letters.

Lia Rosen Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Lia Rosen (1893-1973), actress at the Vienna Burgtheater, Reinhardt Ensemble in Berlin, and taught at Vienna Volksbuehne. Founding member Immigrants Association of Bukovina in Israel.

Sigismond Rabinerson Collection | Language: French, Polish, Size: Very small
Sigismond Rabinerson (1864-1924), manufacturer, Zionist. The collection includes photographs, obituaries, pamphlets and various other documents.

Georg Strauss collection | Language: German, Size: Small
Georg Strauss (1896-1975), German Jewish writer.

Vera Schwarz collection | Language: Russian, English, Size: Very small
Vera Alexandrovna Schwarz (1895-1966), Russian literary critic, publicist, sociologist and political activist.

Gerty Spies Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Gerty Spies (née Gerturd Gumprich) (1897-1997), German writer. Deported to Terezin in 1942.

Aharon Zeitlin archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, English, Size: Large
Aharon Zeitlin (1898-1973), son of Hillel Zeitlin, journalist and author. Published Yiddish and Hebrew poems, plays, essays and op-eds, and edited the journals Shvilim and HaTkufa.

Roux House collection | Language: French, Italian, Spanish, Size: Very small
Mainly commercial correspondence (62 letters), between the house of the brothers Jean Baptiste Honorè Roux and Pierre Honorè Roux in Marseille and Jewish merchants in Livorno, Ancona, Venice. To this items were added 6 letters between others merchants in Turkey and 67 cheques and money transfers from Jewish merchants in Europe (some of this to the Roux House).

Haim Behor Halevi Collection | Language: Hebrew, Ladino, Turkish, Size: Very small
Haim Behor Halevi (1815-1905), notable figure of the Jewish community in Izmir, Turkey. Practiced medicine, took an interest in Astronomy and was considered a religious sage.

Yehoshua Rapoport archive$h[archival material] | Language: Yiddish, English, Size: Small
Yehoshua Rapoport (1895-1971), literary critic and translator into Yiddish.

Rudolf Kayser Archive | Language: German, English, Size: Medium
Rudolf Kayser (1889-1964), German literary historian. The archive also includes material collected and created by his wife, Eva Kayser.

Mordecai Manuel Noah Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Mordecai Manuel Noah (1785-1851), playwright, diplomat, journalist and utopian.

André Neher Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Large
André Neher (1914-1988), Jewish scholar and philosopher.

David Shmuel Pardo Archive | Language: Italian, Hebrew, Size: Very small
David Shmuel Pardo (1792-1858), cantor, preacher and rabbi. Chief rabbi of Verona in the years 1824-1858.

Rukhl Fishman collection | Language: Yiddish, English, Size: Very small
Rukhl Fishman (1935-1984), Yiddish poet.

Akiva Joseph Schlesinger Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Rabbi Akiva Joseph Schlesinger (1838-1922), founder of societies for the benefit of Jewish settlement in Palestine, and among the first Jews to purchase land in Petach Tikva.

Shimon Kanz collection | Language: Yiddish, Size: Small
Shimon Kanz (1914-1990), Yiddish author and journalist. Literary editor of "Letste nayes", and edited Yizkor books.

Gifhorn Jewish Community collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Correspondence and documents from the period between 1717-1871 concerning "Schutz" - protection and civil rights of the Jews in Gifhorn, Lower Saxony.

Umberto Cassuto Archive | Language: Hebrew, Italian, English, Size: Medium
Umberto Cassuto (1883-1951), historian, scholar of Hebrew scriptures and semitic languages in Italy and in Palestine.

David Baumgardt collection | Language: German, English, French, Size: Very small
David Baumgardt (1890-1963), philosopher.

Iosif Kotliar collection | Language: Yiddish, Russian, Size: Very small
Iosif Kotliar (1908-1962), Yiddish poet.

Joseph Prager Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Joseph Prager (1885-1982), neurologist, active in German Zionism. The collection includes correspondence, and documents about Franz Rosenzweig and the Akademie für die Wissenschaft des Judentums.

Jacob Frumkin Collection | Language: Russian, Size: Very small
Jacob Frumkin (1879-1971), among the leaders of Russian Jewry in the 20th century. The collection includes a group of typescripts of letters, sent by Frumkin to some leaders of the Russian émigré, and a group of letters addressed to Frumkin.

Yehezkel Kaufmann archive | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Large
Yehezkel Kaufmann (1889-1963), prominent scholar of the Hebrew scriptures and thinker.

Joseph Klausner archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Size: Large
Joseph Klausner (1874-1958), lecturer on Hebrew literature and history of the Second Temple period, as well as editor of the Encyclopaedia Hebraica.

Leo Koenig archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Leo Koenig (1889-1970), pseudonym of Leyb Yaffe, artist and writer in Hebrew and in Yiddish.

Yeshayahu Pisarevsky Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yeshayahu Pisarevsky (1889-1974), one of the founders of the society "Et Livnot" in pre-WWI Kiev. Its goal was spreading the principles of Zionism among Jewish youth.

Ya'akov Naftali Herz Simchoni collection | Language: Syriac, Modern, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Ya'akov Naftali Herz Simchoni (1884-1926), historian and orientalist, wrote articles on Jewish studies.

Yeshayahu Leibowitz archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Very large
Prof. Yeshayahu Leibowitz (1903-1994), scientist and thinker, professor of organic chemistry, biology and neurophysiology at the Hebrew University.

Israel Kaplan archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Small
Israel Kaplan (1902-2003), historian and writer.

Yehoshua Hana Ravnitzki Archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, German, Size: Medium
Yehoshua Hana Ravnitzki (1859-1944), edited Sefer HaAggadah with Hayim Nahman Bialik and other major Hebrew publications. Founded Dvir publishing house in 1922 with Bialik and Shmaryahu Levin.

Excerpts from sermons and Halakha innovations, sale deed, Purim song and postcards from Abraham Schwadron to Markus Deutsch | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Large
Dr. Abraham Sharon (Schwadron) (1878-1957), chemist, thinker, publicist and collector of authographs and portraits.

Mordecai Strigler Archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, English, Size: Medium
Mordecai Strigler (1921-1998), bi-lingual author (Yiddish and Hebrew), thinker, editor and essayist.

Joseph Opatoshu collection | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Spanish, Size: Very small
Joseph Opatoshu (1887-1954), pseudonym of Yosef Meir Opatowski, Yiddish writer and journalist.

Isaia Tishby archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Large
Isaia Tishby (1908-1992), scholar of Musar literature, Kabbalah and Hasidism.

Michael Avi-Yonah Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
The collection contains preparatory notes by Prof. Michael Avi-Yonah for the Holyland model of the Second Temple, and preparatory notes for his book on Jerusalem.

Archive of Oskar Wolfsberg | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Oskar Wolfsberg (1893-1957), author, publicist, pioneer of the Mizrahi movement, physician and diplomat.

Archive of Israel Laslo Utas | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Israel Laslo Utas (1887-1978), Jewish socialist and anarchist.

Archive of Shmuel Izban | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Shmuel Izban (1905-1995), Yiddish novelist.

Archive of Eliahu Elath | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Eliahu Elath (1903-1990), Israeli ambassador in the USA and the UK, orientalist and president of the Hebrew University.

Archive of Joseph Abileah | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Joseph Abileah (1915-1994), pacifist and musician based in Haifa. Fought for political cooperation with the Arab citizens of Israel.

Archive of Avraham Haim Elhanani | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Avraham Haim Elhanani (1909-2009), journalist.

Archive of Meir Kantorowitz-Elioeiny | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Meir Kantorowitz-Elioeiny (1906-1908), scholar of the Hebrew scriptures and educator.

Collection of Eliyahu Elyashar | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Eliyahu Elyashar (1899-1991) was active in many Sephardi Jews organizations and member of the first Knesset. The archive includes a collection of documents concerning the history of Sephardi Yishuv in Jerusalem in the 19th century,

Archive of Yaakov Shaul Elyashar | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Yaakov Shaul Elyashar (1817-1906), member of the Rabbinical Court, and later the Rishon LeZion, Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem.

Shmuel Almog Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Shmuel Almog (1926-2008), historian, among the founders of the Center for the Study of Antisemitism at the Hebrew University, actor, journalist, broadcaster and parliamentary correspondent at Kol Israel Radio and Galei Tzahal. Director of Kol Israel Radio in 1967, and first director general of the Israel Broadcasting Authority.

Archive of Paul Abraham Alsberg | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Paul Abraham Alsberg (1919-2006), state archivist, among the forefathers of modern archivism in Israel, professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Archive of Ben-Zion Alkalai | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Ben-Zion Alkalai (1858-1913), rabbi and author, in 1874 settled in Tiberias and later in Hebron.

Archive of Malka Appelbaum | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Malka Appelbaum (1908-?), Yiddish journalist and poet.

Collection of Amzalak Family | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Documents, letters and family photographs of Joseph and Haim Amzalak, who were among the leading figures of the Jewish settlement in Eretz Israel of the 19th century, and material concerning James Amzalak.

Collection of David Salomón Epstein | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
David Salomón Epstein (1878-1938), the collection contains his literary and political writings and his articles on history and religion.

Archive of Josef Ehrlich | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Josef Ehrlich (1907-1982), Yiddish author.

Carl Ehrenstein Archive | Language: German, English, Size: Medium
Carl Ehrenstein (1892-1971), Austrian-British-Jewish author, poet and translator of English and Danish literature.

Archive of Rafael Buber | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Rafael Buber (1900-1990), member of Geva kibbutz, son of Martin Buber.

Archive of Ilia Bockstein | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Ilia Bockstein (1937-1999), poet, painter, essayist and translator.

Archive of Isak Borissov | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Isak Borissov (1923-1972), Yiddish poet in the Soviet Union.

Shlomo Shpan Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Shlomo Shpan (1898-1962), translator, essayist, creator and editor. Worked as teacher and supervisor of Hebrew high schools. Member of the Academy of the Hebrew Language.

Collection of documents from the Jewish communities in Morocco | Language: Hebrew, Judeo-Arabic, Ladino, Size: Very small
Deeds and claim preclusions, responsa, letter etc.

Archive of Abraham Bornstein | Language: Yiddish, English, Size: Small
Letters from Chaim Grade to Abraham Bornstein, correspondence between Bornstein as publisher and other people, as well as manuscripts by Yosef Rubinstein which were in Bornstein's posession.

Archive of Carl Jacob Burckhardt | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Carl Jacob Burckhardt (1891-1974), writer and Swiss diplomat. President of the Red Cross in the years 1945-1948.

Archive of Jacques Burstein-Finer | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Jacques Burstein-Finer (1908-1998), Yiddish author and poet.

Pinjas Bizberg archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Pinjas Bizberg (1898-1969), agronomist, Yiddish playwright and author. Hired as financial planner for the Baron Hirsch's Jewish Colonisation Association. Active in Mapai and the World Union of Poale Zion. Specialized in planning Jewish communal settlement.

Archive of David Simon Blondheim | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
David Simon Blondheim (1884-1934), American professor of Romance languages.

Abraham Isaak Bleichrode Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Rabbi Dr. Abraham Isaak Bleichrode (1867-1954), grand-grandson of Rabbi Akiva Eger, rabbi of Ahavat Reim community in Berlin and teacher. Gerschon Scholem was a well-known student of his. The collection contains only several letters sent to Rabbi Bleichrode and few materials on the Eger family.

Archive of Salomon Belis-Legis | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Salomon Belis-Legis (1908-?), Yiddish literary critic.

Archive of Jacob Beller | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Jacob Beller (1898-?), journalist and author. As of 1928 director of Keren Hayesod in Ontario, Canada.

Yuhanna Dawud Archive | Language: English, Arabic, Persian, Size: Small
Yuhanna Dawud (1885-1969), born in Teheran, studied Islamic literature and art at Cambridge, purchased and developed a personal collection of works of art, manuscripts and rare printed matter.

Archive of Akiva Ben-Ezra | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Akiva Ben-Ezra (1897-1987), researcher, educator and writer. Wrote in Hebrew and in Yiddish.

Jacob Ben Atar archive | Language: Hebrew, Arabic, Spanish, Size: Very small
Jacob Ben Atar (1924-?), born in Morocco, founder of Hamaaravim, served as SHaDaR, grandfather of former president Yitzhak Navon.

Archive of Mordecai Ben-Ammi | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Mordecai Ben-Ammi (1854-1932), author and publicist, Hovevei Zion activist.

Meir Haim Bak Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
The collection contains letters and copies of letters by leaders of the Zionist movement in Europe regarding Meir Haim Bak's initiative of forming a central financial institute to assist the development of agricultural settlement in Palestine, in the late 1890s.

Archive of Gabriel Baer | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Gabriel Baer (1919-1982), professor of Islamic World history, published research work on the Arabs and the Middle East. The collection includes several notes in his handwriting.

Yosl Bergner Archive | Language: Yiddish, English, German, Size: Medium
Yosl Bergner (1920-2017), painter, illustrator, stage and costume designer for the Israeli theatre.

Zalman Broches Archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Zalman Broches (1886-1977), Yiddish author and essayist.

Moshe David Gaon archive | Language: Ladino, Hebrew, Size: Large
Moshe David Gaon (1889-1958), historian, scholar of Mizrahi Jews, bibliographer, educator, journalist and poet. Served as general secretary of the Sephardi community in Jerusalem.

S Yizhar Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Large
Yizhar Smilansky (S. Yizhar) (1916-2006), prominent Hebrew novelist, literary scholar, publicist, educator and public figure.

Yakov Goldberg autograph collection | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yakov Goldberg (Zehavi) (1916-2003). The autographs collection is in alphabetical order, according to names of contemporary figures.

Saul Ginzburg archive | Language: Yiddish, Russian, Size: Medium
Saul Ginzburg (1886-1940), historian of Russian Jewry, editor and literary critic, community activist and lawyer.

Herz Grossbard collection | Language: Yiddish, English, Size: Very small
Herz Grossbard (1892-1994), Jewish actor.

Curt David Wormann archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Large
Curt David Wormann (1900-1991), pioneer of Israeli librarianship, founded the school of librarianship in Jerusalem.

Avraham Zak collection | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Avraham Zak (1891-1952), Yiddish writer, poet and journalist.

Menahem Zakalik collection | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Menahem Zakalik (1889-1980), Yiddish author.

Abraham Berliner Collection | Language: German, Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Abraham Berliner (1833-1915), prominent scholar of Wissenschaft des Judentums in Germany, major contributor to the study of the Hebrew Scriptures and to Jewish Studies through the publication of critical editions for manuscripts.

Drora Bat Galim Collection | Language: German, French, Size: Very small
Drora Bat Galim (née Hilde Waller) (1913-2004), one of the founders of Kibbutz Ma'oz Hayyim. The collection contains some ingoing letters and postcards, as well as photographs with original signatures of famous personalities from her autographs collection.

Yizhak Zohar collection | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yizhak Zohar (1906-1985), playwright in Yiddish and in Hebrew.

Richard Gottheil Archive | Language: English, Size: Very small
Richard Gottheil (1862-1932), professor of Semitic studies at Columbia College. In addition, he supported the Zionist movement and published some writings on it.

Salomon Goldelman Archive | Language: Russian, German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Salomon I. Goldelman (1885-1974), researcher of Ukrainian and Russion Jewish history and of the Zionist movement.

Jesus de Galindez Suarez Archive | Language: Spanish, Basque, French, Size: Small
Jesus de Galindez Suarez (1915-1956), Basque nationalist, writer, and professor for international law at Columbia University.

Charles George Gordon Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Charles George Gordon (1833-1885), high-ranked British officer, who served i.a. in Russia, China ("China Gordon"), and Egypt.

Abraham Galanté Collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Small
Abraham Galanté (1873-1961), Turkish-Jewish historian, philologist, and poltician.

Viktor Fischl Collection | Language: German, Czech, English, Size: Very small
Viktor Fischl (1912- 2006), writer of Czech-Jewish origin. In 1939 he emigrated to London and in 1949 to Israel, where he became a diplomat.

Anton Hye von Glunek Archive | Language: German, Size: Small
Anton Hye von Glunek (1807- Vienna 1894), Austrian lawyer, who became professor for law at the University of Vienna in 1842. In 1867 he was appointed Minister of Justice.

Frieda Hebel Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Large
Frieda Hebel (1904-?), writer, poet and journalist, who published mostly in German.

Israel Iserl Toiber archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Israel Iserl Toiber (1823-1903), rabbinical judge and Maggid in Galanta, published books on Maimonides and Israel Isserlein.

Leo Van Jung Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Leo Van Jung (1866-1939), mathematician, musician, art critic and Zionist. The collection includes a number of autographs (letters and postcards) of important writers of the "Fin de Siècle" period in Vienna

Gyula Zilzer Archive | Language: English, Hungarian, German, Size: Small
Gyula Zilzer (Budapest 1898 - New York 1969), painter, printmaker, illustrator and graphic artist, who also worked in Hollywood as production and stage designer for movies. Many of his graphics from the early 1930s depict the horror of Hitler and his National Socialist Party in Germany.

Irma Singer Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Czech, Size: Very small
Irma Singer (1898-1989), children's author.

David and Miriam Bueschel | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
David Bueschel (1895-1960) and Miriam Bueschel, parents of the composer Ben-Zion Orgad. David Bueschel was co-owner of the Migdalor cinema in Tel Aviv.

Siegmund Kaznelson Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Small
Siegmund Kaznelson (1893-1959), Zionist editor and publisher, director of the "Jüdischer Verlag" in Berlin, and founded "The Jewish Publishing House Ltd." in Jerusalem

Julian Lehmann Archive | Language: German, English, Size: Very small
Julian Lehmann (1886-1943), German-Jewish journalist.

Melech Ciemn archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Melech Ciemn is the pseudonym of Meylekh Tshemnov, Yiddish author.

Adolphe Lazareff Collection | Language: French, Russian, Size: Very small
Adolphe Lazareff (1873-1944), Russian-born Jewish philosopher who lived in Paris.

Manya Lifschitz-Golden Archive | Language: French, Yiddish, English, Size: Very small
Manya Lifschitz-Golden (1896-1973), researcher of Hebrew literature in medieval France.

Otto Lipmann Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Otto Lipmann (1880-1933), German psychologist.

Emil Raas Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Emil Raas (1910-1993), Jewish lawyer in Bern, friend and supporter of Else Lasker-Schüler during her stay in Switzerland and her advocate in visa issues.

Paul Yaakov Jacobi Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Large
Paul Yaakov Jacobi (1911-1997), born in Königsberg, served as legal advisor for the Jewish National Fund and director of the project for recovery of Jewish property in Europe. In his final years researched the history of Jewish families. The archive contains geneological lists of Jewish families.

Eugen Mayer Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Eugen Mayer (1882-1967), the last syndic of the pre-war Jewish community in Frankfurt a. M., and close friend of the poet Karl Wolfskehl.

Dolf Michaelis Archive | Language: German, English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Dolf Michaelis (1906-1982), expert for economy and finances, a leader of German Zionism and one of the negotiators of the "Ha'avara" agreement between the Jewish Agency and Germany in the 1930s.

Ernst Müller Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Ernst Müller (1880-1954), Zionist, researcher of Kabbalah and deputy director of the library of the Viennese Jewish community, before he eventually emigrated to Great Britain in 1939.

Paul Zweig Collection | Language: German, Italian, Size: Very small
Paul Zweig (1903-1944), poet, brother of Max Zweig and a relative of Stefan Zweig.

Jacob Mann Collection | Language: English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Jacob Mann (1888-1940), rabbi, historian and professor at the Hebrew Union College. Scholar of the Genizah fragments.

Samuel Poznanski Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Rabbi Samuel Abraham Poznanski (1884-1921), served as rabbi in Warsaw, wrote extensive research work on the Karaites and on Karaism. During WWI he played a major role in relief organizations for the benefit of Jews who were affected by the war. He also founded the Tachkemoni Rabbinical Seminary in Warsaw.

Avraham Aryeh Akiva collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian, Size: Very small
Avraham Aryeh Akiva (1882-?), wrote stories and novels in Yiddish and Hebrew, among the editors of the Massada General Encyclopedia and "Izrael" Encyclopedia, prominent scholar of the Jewish calendar and chronology and prolific translator of children's literature.

Robert Veith Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Croatian, Size: Very small
Robert Veith (1893-1958?), poet and writer in German.

Edmond Fleg Archive | Language: French, German, Size: Medium
Edmond Fleg (1874-1963), poet and writer in French.

Walter Lindenthal Collection | Language: German, Swedish, Size: Very small
Walter Lindenthal (1896-1975), translator from Swedish into German.

Simeon Lutski Archive | Language: Russian, French, Size: Very small
Simeon Lutski was a Russian poet, railway engineer, and free mason.

Feiwel Shraga Margolin collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Size: Very small
Feiwel Shraga Margolin (1870-1942), editorial secretary of "HaZman" in Vilnius, publisher and Hebrew literature enthusiast.

Otto Lobbenberg Collection | Language: German, English, French, Size: Very small
A collection of autographs of German-Jewish musicians and composers, collected by Otto Lobbenberg (1894-1980).

Wilhelm Fliess Collection | Language: German, English, Size: Very small
Wilhelm Fliess (1858-1928), famous physician, close friend of Sigmund Freud. He was president of the "Deutsche Akademie der Wissenschaften".

Fega Frisch Archive | Language: German, Russian, Size: Very small
Fega Frisch (1878-1964), translator of Russian literature into German. She was married to the well-known journalist Ephraim Frisch.

Joseph Perles Collection | Language: German, Hebrew, French, Size: Very small
Joseph Perles (1835-1894), rabbi of the Jewish community in Munich and a scholar of Jewish studies.

David José Pérez Archive | Language: Portuguese, Size: Very small
David José Pérez was a professor in Brasil and also a translator into Portuguese.

Collection of documents from Tiberias | Language: Hebrew, Arabic, French, Size: Very small
Deeds, letters, documents concerning meshulachim, claim preclusions, Kosher certificates and agreements regarding book printing.

Leopold Zunz Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Leopold Zunz (1794-1886), German-Jewish scholar and pioneer in the field of the "Science of Judaism" (Wissenschaft des Judentums).

Yerucham Fishel Merchavia archive | Language: Hebrew, Polish, German, Size: Medium
Articles, essays and correspondence regarding the calendar, various materials concerning Białystok, the Hebrew theatre in Białystok, Hebrew education, Etzel and Lehi, Jerusalem in 1948 etc.

Lilia Kavey Archive | Language: English, German, Size: Small
Lilia Kavey (1889-1986), American active in the organization for bringing the Falasha (Ethiopian Jews) to Israel.

Attal Robert collection of autographs | Language: Hebrew, English, French, Size: Very small


Israel Eldad archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Israel Eldad (1910-1996), Lehi leader, translated Friedrich Nietzsche's writings into Hebrew, prolific publicist and author of books on a variety of subjects, among others the Hebrew Scriptures and Jewish history.

Efraim Elimelech Urbach archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Efraim Elimelech Urbach (1912-1991), researcher of Talmud and rabbinic literature.

Eliyahu Refael Marciano collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Documents related to the history of the Marciano family, family correspondence, material concerning Halakhah, documents concerning meshulachim, deeds, psakim, testimonies and testaments of the various Jewish communities in Morocco, mostly in Debdou.

Leon Kolb Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Leon Kolb (1890-1977) was a pharmacologist, professor at Stanford University and a collector of arts, prints, books and autographs.

Boris Kon Archive | Language: Russian, Size: Very small
Boris Kon (1899-1953), Jewish journalist in the Soviet Union.

Shmuel Werses archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Size: Large
Shmuel Werses (1915-2010), among the greatest scholars of Haskalah literature. Also studied modern Hebrew literature and the history of Jewish periodicals.

Eva Kirschner Collection | Language: Russian, French, Size: Very small
Letters from the Russian poet David Knout (1900-1955), his wife Ariane Knout (Skriabin) (1905-1944), and her daughter Betty to Eva Kirschner, as well as a number of Knout's books with personal dedications to Eva Kirschner.

Leopold Löwenstein Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, French, Size: Very small
Leopold Löwenstein (1843-1923), rabbi and a scholar of German-Jewish history.

Krensky-Ehrenreich Family Collection | Language: English, German, Size: Very small
Correspondence between the family members in the United States and their relatives in Germany and the Netherlands.

Eugen Ratner Collection | Language: German, Hebrew, Russian, Size: Small
Yohanan (Eugen) Ratner (1891-1965), architect, deputy Chief of the General Staff of the IDF, was responsible for designing the General Staff of the IDF and its roles.

Arie Navon collection | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Very small
Arie Navon (1909-1996), painter, among the first cartoonist of the Yishuv, stage designer, comic strip artist and book illustrator.

Dov Sadan archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very large
Prof. Dov Sadan (Stock) (1902-1989), literary scholar, author, translator, publicist and Knesset member.

Samuel Sambursky archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Small
Samuel Sambursky (1900-1990), professor of physics and natural sciences, member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.

Ives Schor Archive | Language: Russian, German, Hebrew, Size: Large
Ives Schor (1891-1974), and his father, prof. David Schor (1867-1942), laid the foundations for musical education in Eretz Israel, musicians and intellectuals.

Solomon Isaac Scheinfeld Collection | Language: English, Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Solomon Isaac Scheinfeld (1860-1943), served rabbi of Beit Israel community, chief rabbi of the Milwaukee communities and vice president of the Zionist Organization of America. Author of many books on matters of Halakha.

Hermann Hirsch Schapira Collection | Language: French, German, Russian, Size: Very small
Hermann Hirsch Schapira (1840-1898), professor of mathematics at Heidelberg University and prominent figure of the early Zionist movement.

Liturgical collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Prayers and blessings for everyday, for Sabbath and for special occasions, according to fixed or personal versions or versions attributed to well-known rabbis, as well as Piyutim and Zemirot. The items were printed in Israel and abroad since the early 20th century.

David Safran Archive | Language: Romanian, Hebrew, French, Size: Small
David Safran (1915-1991), Romanian rabbi, historian and Zionist activist.

Max Shats-Anin Archive | Language: Russian, Yiddish, Size: Medium
Max Shats-Anin (1885-1975), Jewish socialist in Latvia and the Soviet Union, who believed in a territorial solution for the Jewish people.

Invitations collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Invitations to private events (weddings, Bar and Bat Mitzvah parties, Brit Milah ceremonies, Zeved Habat celebrations, birthdays) and public events, in Israel and abroad, since the 1880s.

Collection of institutional publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Publications by public institutions which document the goals, activities and programs of a wide variety of bodies operating in many fields of cultural, political, social and religious lives in Palestine and in the State of Israel since the late 19th century and until today.

Collection of publications of organisations | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Publications by organizations and movements which document the goals, activities and programs of a wide variety of bodies operating in many fields of cultural, political, social and religious lives in Palestine and in the State of Israel since the late 19th century and until today.

Zvi Hirsch Masliansky Collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Size: Small
Zvi Hirsch Masliansky (1856-1943), maggid and one of the first Zionist preachers. Joined the Hibbat Zion movement in Russia and became vice president of the Zionist Organization of America.

Collection of local authorities publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Publications by local authorities in Palestine and in the State of Israel which document the goals, activities and programs of those authorities (municipalities, regional councils, local councils, settlements committees) since the late 19th century and until today.

Julius Hülsen Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Julius Hülsen (1873-1931), architect, artist and historian, who was active in Darmstadt and Frankfurt a. M.

"Science of Judaism" Letter Collection | Language: German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Size: Very small
Lletters written to various personalities linked to the "Wissenschaft des Judentums", mainly from Germany and Hungary in the 19th and 20th century

Collection of Dafna and Reuven Kaminer | Language: Hebrew, English, Arabic, Size: Medium
Broadsides, newspaper clippings, publications, invitations, internal reports, contact pages and periodicals of radical left-wing organizations in Israel in the years 1968-1994.

Carl Frankenstein Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Carl Frankenstein (1905-1990), professor of special education.

Franz Jona Fink Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Spanish, Size: Very small
Franz Jona Fink (1906-1962), Marxist philosopher and publicist.

Robert Frost collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Autographs of the American poet Robert Frost (1874-1963), dedicated prints, newspaper articles, and one framed drawing of Frost.

Charles David Spivak collection | Language: German, Hebrew, Polish, Size: Very small
Charles David Spivak (1861-1927) was sent by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee to Eastern European countries to examine the sanitary conditions of the Jews living there.

Sackler Harry collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Size: Very small
Harry Sackler (1883-1974), bi-lingual (Hebrew and Yiddish) author and playwright and Yiddish journalist.

Yaacov Pilowsky archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Small
Yaacov Pilowsky (1898-1969), Yiddish author and journalist.

Zecharia Fishman collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Zecharia Fishman (1891-1926), brother of rabbi Yehuda Leib Maimon (Fishman) and Ada Maimon. Served as librarian of the Reform Rabinnical Seminary in Cincinnati. Designed an idea for a bio-bibliographic lexicon which would be structured upon methodical collection of every publication by each personality and every publication concerning each personality.

Walter Frankl Archive | Language: German, English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Walter Frankl (1906-1989), activist in the sports movement and wrote a number of books on gardening.

Naftali Bar Giora Bamberger Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Small
Naftali Bar Giora Bamberger (1919-2000), contributed a great deal to the Aliyah of Jews from India, Yemen and North Africa. Conducted historical research on German Jewry and on Jewish cemeteries.

Moshe Feldstein collection | Language: Hebrew, German, Russian, Size: Very small
Moshe Feldstein (1855-1936), prominent Zionist activist in Poland and leader of Hovevei Zion.

Ze'ev Wilhelm Falk archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Large
Ze'ev Wilhelm Falk (1923-1998), lawyer and law professor.

Joseph Papiernikov collection | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, French, Size: Very small
Joseph Papiernikov (1899-1993), Yiddish writer and poet. Wrote lyrical and revolutionary poetry, stories and review articles on authors and memoires on Yiddish authors.

Eliyahu Goldenberg collection | Language: Hebrew, Polish, Size: Very small
Eliyahu Goldenberg (1909-1976), actor, director and Israeli broadcaster. Father of entertainter Dudu Topaz.

Joseph Perl archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Small
Joseph Perl (1773-1839), prominent figure of the Haskalah movement in Galicia. Known for his activity against Hasidism in Galicia and for his satirical work.

Israel Zurba archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Israel Zurba (1879-1960), active member in various organizations which purchased lands in Eretz Israel. Among the founders of Bayit VeGan neighborhood in Jerusalem.

Artur Landsberger Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Manuscripts and letters by influential personalities describing their attitude to the assimilation of Jews in Germany. The letters and manuscripts were sent for the book "Judentaufen" (1912). Artur Landsberger (1876-1933) published a foreword for this book and cooperated with its editor Werner Sombart.

Baila Koteliansky collection | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Shmuel Koteliansky (1880-1955), mostly served as a middleman between authors and publishers and was business manager of the literary periodical The Adelphi. Baila Koteliansky was his mother.

Kutna Yoseph & Aharon collection | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Yoseph Kutna (1745-1829), rabinnical court judge in Pápa and rabbi of the Jewish community of Tata in Hungary. His son Aharon Kutna was rabbi in Tata.

Simha Kopstein collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Size: Very small
Simha Kopstein was a rabbinical court judge in Pest. HIs son Mordechai Kopstein was a rabbi and Av Beit Din in Germany and Poland.

Haim Yizhak Korb Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Haim Yizhak Korb (1872-1957), taught at the Ponevezh, Plungė and Žagarė Yeshivas.

Benjamin Klar collection | Language: Hebrew, Italian, German, Size: Very small
Benjamin Klar (1901-1948), published research work on Hebrew language, medieval and modern poetry in Hebrew and in German. He was killed in the Hadassah medical convoy massacre.

Eliyahu Klatzkin archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Eliyahu Klatzkin (1852-1932), rabbi in Lublin and many other communities, and one of the major poskim of his generation. Father of Jakob Klatzkin.

Yekuthiel Aryeh Kamelhar archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Rabbi Yekuthiel Aryeh Kamelhar (1871-1937), author of literary and religious texts and a biography of Yechezkel Landau, chief rabbi of Prague.

Moritz Daniel Oppenheim archive | Language: German, English, French, Size: Very small
Moritz Oppenheim (1799-1882), German Jewish painter.

Moishe Nadir Archive | Language: English, Yiddish, Size: Large
Moishe Nadir (pseudonym of Itzhok Raiz) (1885-1943), Yiddish poet, editor, story writer, essayist and playwright.

Isaac Goldkorn Archive | Language: Yiddish, German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Isaac Goldkorn (1911-1988), Yiddish poet and literary critic.

Leah Goldberg Collection | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Very small
Leah Goldberg (1911-1970), poet, writer and translator, literary scholar and one of the most influencing figures of her generation in desiging Hebrew culture. The collection includes letters and postacrds, as well as drawings and manuscripts.

Karl Thieme Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Karl Thieme (1902-1963), historian, political scientist and theologian. The archive includes correspondence with Walter Benjamin, Martin Buber, Alfred Döblin and others.

Mark Turkov Archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Mark Turkow (1904-1983), journalist and writer in Yiddish and Spanish.

Ignacio Bauer y Landauer archive | Language: French, English, Spanish, Size: Very small
Dr. Ignacio Isaac Bauer Landauer (1891-1961), lawyer, scholar and businessman. The archive mainly consists of original and xeroxed historical documents collected by Bauer.

Friedrich Thieberger archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Friedrich Thieberger (1888-1958), historian, Jewish scholar, writer and translator. He was Franz Kafka's Hebrew teacher and Jiří Langer's translator.

Ludwig Strauss archive | Language: German, Size: Medium
Ludwig Strauss (1892-1953), literary scholar.

Yehuda Leib Gordon collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Yehuda Leib Gordon (1830-1892), Hebrew poet, among the central poets of the Haskalah period. The collection includes only letters sent to Gordon.

Hayim Yona Gurland collection | Language: Hebrew, German, Russian, Size: Very small
Hayim Yona Gurland (1843-1890), rabbi and historian who studied the influnce of Islam on Maimonides as well as Hebrew manuscripts.

Noah Gilbord collection | Language: Russian, Polish, English, Size: Very small
Noah Gilbord (1877-1961), served as member of the united committee of the Jewish National Fund in Rivne, was active in the Zionist movement in Poland and banker.

Hayim Gliksberg Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Small
Hayim Gliksberg (1904-1970), Israeli painter, among the founders of the Israel Painters and Sculptors Association.

Paula Buber archive | Language: German, English, Size: Small
Paula Buber (née Winkler) (1877-1958), author (uder the psedonym Georg Munk. She married Martin Buber and moved with him and their family to Jerusalem in 1938.

Rachel Collection | Language: French, Size: Very small
Elizabeth Rachel Felix (1821-1858), Jewish-French actress.

Julius Preuss Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Julius Preuss (1861-1913), physician and scholar of rabbinic literature.

Arno Nadel Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Arno Nadel (1878-1943), synagogue musician and musicologist, and German poet.

Shimon Yaakov Gliksberg Archive | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Rabbi Shimon Yaakov Gliksberg (1870-1950), sage, maggid and author, member of Hovevei Zion.

Gustav Landauer Archive | Language: German, Size: Small
Gustav Landauer (1870-1919), German anarchist thinker, pacifist, Shakespeare translator and scholar.

Chaim Grade Archive | Language: Yiddish, English, Size: Very small
Chaim Grade (1910-1982), Yiddish poet and writer, was part of the modernist Yiddish poets group "Yung vilne".

Hermann Minkowski Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Hermann Minkowski (1864-1909), German mathematician.

Mordechai Georgo Langer Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Mordechai Georgo Langer (1894-1943), author, publicist and translator who write in Czech, German and Hebrew.

Waldemar Mordecai Wolff Haffkine archive | Language: English, Russian, French, Size: Large
Waldemar Mordecai Wolff Haffkine (1860-1930), bacteriologist and immunologist, developed a cholera vaccines and was active in Jewish affairs.

Eugen Mittwoch Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Eugen Mittwoch (1876-1942), founder of German Islamic studies, Talmudist and theologian.

Jacob Dineson collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Size: Very small
Jacob Dineson (1856-1919), Yiddish author in Poland. Pioneer of the Yiddish sentimental novel.

Shmuel Gorr Archive | Language: English, Hebrew, Size: Medium
Genealogical material collected by, Shmuel Gorr (1931-1988), collector and researcher of genealogical material.

Haim Dromi Collection | Language: Hebrew, Arabic, Size: Very small
Haim Dromi (1892-1962), teacher in Hebron and in Safed, was active in matters of education. The collection contains documents concerning education in Palestine, during the British Mandate, and ephemera from Palestine in the early 20th century.

Robert von Lieben colletion | Language: German, Size: Very small
Robert von Lieben (1878-1913), Austrian physicist.

Raphael Levy Archive | Language: French, English, Size: Small
Raphael Levy (1900- 1969), US scholar of French language and literature, especially Old French.

Uriel Heyd Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Very small
Uriel Heyd (1913-1968), orientalist, centered on the history and culture of the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey.

Immánuel Löw Archive | Language: German, Hungarian, Size: Very small
Leopold Löw (1811-1875), reform rabbi, Jewish emancipationist and Hungarian nationalist.

Anna Maria Jokl Archive | Language: German, English, Hebrew, Size: Medium
Anna Maria Jokl (1911-2001), writer, journalist, child psychoanalyst.

Otto Hoffman Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Medium
Otto Hoffman (1898-1974), architect, head of the planning team for British police buildings in Palestine.

Israel Halpern Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Israel Halpern (1910-1971), professor of Jewish history at the Hebrew University, historian of Polish Jewry, chairman of the Historical Society of Israel. Among the editors of the periodical "Zion" and academic advisor to Yad Vashem.

Siegfried Weitzmann archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Siegfried Weitzmann (1886-1960), German architect, secretary of Keren HaYessod in the years 1916-1918. In 1936 he moved to Eretz Israel, where he worked as a journalist for Jüdische Rundschau, Der Jude and der jüdische Student and sporadically as an architect.

Shmuel Yitzhack Hillman Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Shmuel Yitzhack Hillman (1868-1953), chief rabbi of Glasgow, rabbi and Av Beit Din in London, among the most influential Eastern European rabbis on British Jewry, among the Hovevei Zion and HaMizrahi movements, founder and director of the Ohel Tora kollel in Jerusalem.

Hayim Hirshenzon Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Rabbi Hayim Hirshenzon (1857-1935), author of many books on all areas of Jewish wisdom. Member of Safa Brura, the first Hebrew-speaking society in Palestine founded by Eliezer Ben-Yehuda.

Meyer Kayserling Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Meyer Moritz Kayserling (1829-1905), rabbi and historian.

Adolph Jellinek Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Adolph Jellinek (1821-1893), Austrian rabbi and scholar. Opponent of Jewish nationalism.

Henry Bela Zador archive | Language: German, English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Henry Bela (Heinrich) Zador (1905-?), novelist and industrialist. The archive contains material created after he moved to Eretz Israel in 1939.

Wilhelm Stiassny Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Wilhelm Stiassny (1842-1910?), Austrian historicist architect. Founded the Society for Conservation and Preservation of Jewish Art and Historical Monuments. President of the Jewish Colonization Association in Vienna.

Mordecai Ben Hillel Ha-Cohen Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian, Size: Small
Mordecai Ben Hillel Ha-Cohen (1856-1936), Hebrew author and Zinist activist, among the founders of Ahuzat Bait society, laid the foundation for the Hebrew Writers Association in Israel and for other cultural institutions in Palestine.

Richard Koebner Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Richard Koebner (1885-1958), professor at Breslau University for European history in the Middle Ages and in the Modern Period and among the founders of the history department at the Hebrew University.

Walter Calé Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Walter Calé (1881-1904), poet.

Fritz Jellinek archive | Language: German, English, Size: Very small
Fritz Jellinek (1892-1966), industrialist and writer, was active in Jewish matters. Brother of Oskar Jellinek, one of the leading novelists of the Prague Circle.

Adrian Verea Archive | Language: Romanian, French, Size: Very small
Adrian Verea (pseudonym of Max Vecsler) (1876-1944), Romanian Jewish poet and playwright, physician of the Iasi Opera.

Karl Schwarz Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Medium
Karl Schwarz (1885-1962), art historian. Founding director of the Jewish Museum in Berlin and founding director of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

Benzion Halper Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Very small
Benzion Halper (1884-1924), scholar of Hebrew and Arabic linguistics and editor.

Shmuel Halkin Archive | Language: Yiddish, Russian, Size: Very small
Shmuel Halkin (1897-1960), Yiddish poet in the Soviet Union. Wrote plays and poems on the Jewish people and the Land of Israel.

David Elimelech Wolpe Archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Small
David Elimelech Wolpe (1908-2006), Yiddish poet and essayist. Published poems, short fiction, essays and literary criticism in various journals.

David Vinitzky collection | Language: Yiddish, Russian, Hebrew, Size: Very small
David Vinitzky (1907-1987), secretary of the Tarbut society in Bessarabia, published many books and articles on Jewish life in the Soviet Union and primarily in Bessarabia.

Josef Popper-Lynkeus Archive | Language: German, Size: Medium
Josef Popper (added the name Lynkeus as a pseudonym) (1838-1921), Jewish-Austrian philosopher, inventor and social reformer.

Meir Wiener Collection | Language: Yiddish, English, Russian, Size: Very small
Meir Wiener (1893-1941), poet and literary critic in Hebrew, Yiddish, German and Russian.

Joseph George Weiss Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Medium
Joseph George Weiss (1918-1969), scholar of Hasidism.

Nissan Waxman Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Rabbi Nissan Waxman (1904-1982), member of the general council of Agudath Harabonim and the Rabbinical Council of America, and served as head secretary of the rabbinical court in Tel Aviv-Jaffa.

Nathan Zabara Collection | Language: Yiddish, Russian, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Nathan Zabara (1908-1975), Yiddish author.

Otto Warburg Archive | Language: German, English, Size: Medium
Otto Warburg (1859-1938), botanist and third president of the World Zionist Organization.

Ludwig Philippson archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Ludwig Philippson (1811-1889), reform rabbi. Founding editor of Allgemeine Zeitung des Judentums, translator and interpretor of the Hebrew Scriptures, thinker and author.

Abraham Schwadron Collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very large
Dr. Abraham Sharon (Schwadron) (1878-1957), chemist, thinker, publicist and collector of authographs and portraits. The collection contains portraits, handwriting samples and authographs by well-known Jewish persons of all fields, from various periods, mostly the 19th and 20th centuries.

Menahem Zulay Collection | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Very small
Menahem Zulay (1901-1954), scholar of early Hebrew piyut.

Shaul Dov Zislin Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Rabbi Shaul Dov Zislin (1881-1964), influencing figure of the Chabad hasidic movement in Israel, founder of the Tomchei Tmimim Chabad Yeshiva in Tel Aviv.

Aharon Amir Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, French, Size: Medium
Aharon Amir (1923-2008), poet, writer, translator and public figure, leader of the Canaanite movement, editor of the Canaanites journal Aleph, founding editor of the journals Keshet and Keshet Hakhadasha.

Willy Wygodzinski Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Willy Wygodzinski (1869-1921), German writer on economics and autograph collector.

Aron Alfred Wiener archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Aron Alfred Wiener (1895-1972), attorney, intellectual and author.

Avraham Leib Zissu Archive | Language: Hebrew, Romanian, Size: Small
Avraham Leib Zissu (1888-1956), essayist and nevelist, among the founders of the Jewish Party of Romania, and the Romania office of the World Jewish Congress, was active in organizing Aliyah, rescuing Jews who fled Hungary and negotiating with Romanian government leaders on rescuing Romanian Jews.

Yaakov Meir Zalkind Collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Yaakov Meir Zalkind (1875-1937), Hebrew and Yiddish author, also published articles on the history of Jewish printing houses in Yiddish. The collection contains letters to Zalkind from 1920-1924, the period of his anarchist, anti-war and anti-Zionist activity in Lodon.

Leon Zack Archive | Language: Russian, French, Size: Very small
Leon Zack (pseudonym of Mikhail Russiansky) (1892-1980), poet, painter, sculptor, book illustrator and stage and costume designer for ballet.

Autonomous Orthodox Jewish Community (Budapest) Archive | Language: Hungarian, German, Yiddish, Size: Small
The community's administrative archive, containing personal and community documents and correspondence with government and municipal authorities, other Jewish communities, suppliers of goods and services and private individuals.

Zeev Alexandrovich Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Thousands of photographs taken by Ze'ev Aleksandrowicz in Palestine in the years 1932-1936, which document various sites in the country and life in the Yishuv in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

Karl Baum Archive | Language: German, English, Czech, Size: Very small
Correspondence and documents relating to Czechoslovakian Jewry during the Holocaust.

Senior Sachs Collection | Language: German, Hebrew, French, Size: Very small
Senior Sachs (1815-1892), Hebrew scholar of the Haskalah movement in Eastern Europe and later Western Europe. Served as a link between the Hebrew Haskalah authors and scholars of Wissenschaft des Judentums.

Hirsch Perez Chajes Collection | Language: German, English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Hirsch Perez Chajes (1876-1927), rabbi of Triest, chief rabbi of Vienna and head of its Beth midrash, as well as scholar and Zionist leader.

Avraham Meir Ben Rafael Yazdi Collection | Language: Hebrew, Judeo-Persian, Size: Very small
Avraham Meir Ben Rafael Yazdi was head of the Yagdil Torah Yeshiva, and foundaer of the Yazdi community committee in Jerusalem.

Ze'ev Yavetz Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, French, Size: Very small
Ze'ev Yavetz (1847-1924), writer and historian, pioneer of Hebrew education, active in the Hebrew Language Committee and in founding HaMizrahi movement in Russia.

Avraham Yehuda Chirurg Collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Avraham Yehuda Chirurg (1912-1948), Yiddish poet, painter and pioneer settler, killed in the War of Independence.

Jacob Wahrman Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very large
The archive contains the research files of Jacob Wahrman of the faculty of life science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, as well as a collection purchased by Wahrman of photographs of Palestine, mostly from the 19th century and the early 20th century.

Hans Lewy Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, English, Size: Small
Hans Lewy (1901-1945), scholar of the Second Temple period and linguist.

Avraham B Yaffe collection | Language: Hebrew, Romanian, French, Size: Very small
Avraham B. Yaffe (1924-2008), journalist, author, editor and literary, radio and cinema critic, among the founders of the "Club of Advanced Culture" (later: Tzavta) with Avraham Shlonsky.

Shaul Levi Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Very small
Shaul Levi (1868-1935), pioneer of trade in Eretz Israel and among the founders of Tel Aviv and Mea Shearim neighborhood in Jerusalem.

Yehuda Leib Zirelson Archive | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Romanian, Size: Very small
Yehuda Leib Zirelson (1860-1941), served as rabbi of Kishinev, founding member of Agudat Yisrael, leader and representant of Russian and Romanian Jewry.

Eliyahu Ze'ev Levin-Epstein Halevi Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Very small
Eliyahu Ze'ev Levin-Epstein Halevi (1863-1932), among the founders of Rehovot and Carmel Winery.

Hermann Zondek Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Medium
Letters, documents, photographs etc. of endocrinologist Hermann Zondek (1887-1979), his wife Gerda Zondek (1907-2003), endocrinologist and painter, his brother Bernhard Zondek (1891-1966), endocrinologist and gynecologist and of their families.

Yehuda ben Avraham Roth Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Rabbi Dr. Yehuda ben Avraham Roth, served as rabbi and Av Beit Din of the Konitz community in Western Prussian.

Joshua Otto Leibowitz Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Medium
Joshua Otto Leibowitz (1895-1993), historian of medicine and Hebrew scholar.

Nahum Nathan Zeitlin Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Size: Very small
Nahum Nathan Zeitlin (1854-1912), public activist in providing aid for Jewish education institutions in the United States and various charity institutions.

Historical documents collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Small
Hundreds of documents representing communities, families and individuals of Jewish communities in Eretz Israel and worldwide.

Manfred Sturmann Archive | Language: German, Size: Medium
Manfred Sturmann (1903-1989), German-language Israeli poet, writer and social worker, as well as literary executor of Else Lasker-Schüler.

Joseph Trumpeldor Collection | Language: Russian, English, Size: Very small
Personal documents, newspaper clippings, individual letters and notes from Joseph Trumpeldor's estate, mostly from his time in London, in 1916-1918.

Heymann Steinthal Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Heymann (Hermann Heyman) Steinthal (1823-1899), German philologist and philosopher. Student and editor of Wilhelm von Humboldt. Professor at the University of Berlin and at the Hochschule für die Wissenschaft von Judentums.

William Stern Archive | Language: German, English, Size: Small
William Stern (1871-1938), German psychologist and philosopher. Inventor of intelligence quotient (IQ).

Moritz Stern Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Moritz Stern (1864-1939), rabbi, historian and librarian. The archive also includes archives of Shalom Danziger and Meir Markus Lehmann.

Moriz Abraham Stern Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Moriz Abraham Stern (1807-1894), German mathematician. In Judaism, a radical Reformer and follower of Spinoza.

Gerson Stern Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Gerson Stern (1874-1956) German-language Israeli poet and novelist. Friend of Shalom Ben Chorin and Else Lasker-Schüler in Jerusalem. The archive also includes materials concerning his son Joel Stern (1920-1948), German-language poet.

Haim Liberman Archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, English, Size: Medium
Haim Liberman (1892-1991), bibliographer and scholar of Hasidism. Was secretary of the Lubavitcher Rebbe and accompanied him on his journeys from Russia to Riga, to Warsaw, and during WWII from Warsaw to New York, which became the current center of the Chabad movement.

Judah Leo Landau Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Yiddish, Size: Large
Judah Leo Landau (1866-1942), rabbi, poet, playwright, author and active Zionist. Served as chief rabbi of South African Jewry, president of the Historical Society of South Afrian Jewry and honorary president of the Zionist Federation in South Africa and the education committee in South Africa.

Eliezer Steinbarg Archive | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Romanian, Size: Very small
Eliezer Steinbarg (1880-1932), author, poet, translator and educator.

The Mendele project archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian, Size: Large
Single volumes of various editions of Mendele Mokher Sforim's (S. Y. Abramovich) work in Hebrew and in Yiddish, photocopies of Mandele's writings from various journals and newspapers and ongoing material related to the publication project of critical editions of Mendele's work.

Salomon Ludwig Steinheim Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Salomon Ludwig Steinheim (1789-1866), German physician, poet and philosopher. Follower of Kant and proponent of Jewish emancipation.

Ernst Sommer Collection | Language: German, Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Ernst Sommer (1888-1955), German-speaking author and Social Democrat activist in Karlovy Vary, Bohemia. Sommer was perhaps the first to describe gas murder and concentration camps in fiction.

Nathan Spiegel Archive | Language: Hebrew, Polish, Size: Very small
Nathan Spiegel (1905-1995), scholar and professor of ancient Greek and Roman literature and culture.

Collection of documents on the foundation of Bat Yam | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Various documents on the founding history of "Bait Vegan" neighborhood, the settlement upon which the city of Bat Yam was built.

Collection of documents relating to the exiled Jewish community in Alexandria | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Documents related to the Jewish living in Palestine, mostly those those with a Russian citizenship, which were exiled to Alexandria by the Turkish authorities during WWI.

Collection of divorce documents | Language: Hebrew, Polish, French, Size: Very small
Divorce, single status and marriage annulment certificates of Jewish communities in Palestine, Europe and the USA. Some of them were issued following sham marriages for the purpose of Aliyah in the 1930s.

Collection of divorce contracts | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Divorce contracts from various places and periods, which were collected and purchased over the years.

Irwin T and Shirley Holtzman collection of Israeli writers manuscripts | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Medium
Irwin Holtzman (1927-2010), book collector and bibliophile.

Collection of documents relating to the Old and the New Yishuv | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Letters, official certificates and various documents related to the founding stages of Jewish agricultural settlements in Palestine, including Petach Tikva. Some of the documents concern the relations between the settlers in Palestine and the Hovevei Zion societies in Russia and in other countries.

Collection of clippings and documents relating to the Jewish education in the USA | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Printed matter, newspaper clippings and questionnaires for students on Torah portions.

Collection of documents relating to Hasidism | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Letters and documents related to the Chernobyl rebbes and community, as well as to the Chernobyl dynasty and Eretz Israel, and letters and documents related to Chernobyl Hasidism.

Collection of letters and documents in Ladino | Language: Ladino, Size: Very small
Correspondence from Thessaloniki, some from Sofia, as well as some deeds.

Sheluhei Eretz-Israel collection of documents | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Letters and documents regarding missions of meshulachim, sent from Palestine to various places to collect funds.

Halizah documents collection | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Halizah documents from various places in Europe, such as Italy, Gibraltar, France, the Netherlands, Germany and England.

Collection of poems for special occasions | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Manuscripts and printed matter, mostly in Hebrew, containing rhymed poems written for various occasions.

Mazkeret Moshe Montefiore central committee documents | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Documents of the provisory leadership office for the foundation of Mazkeret Moshe Montefiore.

Engagement contracts collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Deeds of tnai'm, engagement, matchmaking, dowries of Jewish communities in various countries, from the 18th century to the 20th century.

Scrolls of congratulation to the opening of the Hebrew University and to the establishment of her various buildings | Language: Hebrew, English, Polish, Size: Medium
Scrolls of congratulation sent to the Hebrew University for the occasion of its opening in 1925, as well as foundation scrolls from the establishment of her various buildings.

The British Consulate in Jerusalem Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Letters to the consulate, documents and lists of British subjects in different cities of Palestine (mostly on Jews), and on economic matters.

Collection of letters of the Pekidim and Amarcalim of Amsterdam | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Letters kept in the Pekidim and Amarcalim of Amsterdam archive and letters to Tsebi Hirsch Lehren and letters found in his posession, which were sent from various cities in Europe regarding collection of funds for the poor in Eretz Israel.

Collection of documents relating to the history of the Jews of Arad, Hungary | Language: Hebrew, Hungarian, Size: Very small
Documents of the Arad community committee, Hevra Kadisha documents from Arad, personal correspondence and letters from various communities to the Arad community.

Collection of "Yahrzeit" tables | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
"Yahrzeit" tables of the deceased from various charity institutions in Jerusalem and other places, such as Hungary, Germany and Poland, from the 19th and 20th centuries.

Torah sheets collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Weekly Torah portion sheets, synagogue sheets and other religious publications, printed regularly in Israel, moslty weekly, and locally distributed.

Vilna folklor collection | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Folders containing typescripted pages by Yitzkhok Mileikowsky, which contain collected phrases and stories from the lives of Vilnius Jews.

Associazione Pro Israele Archive | Language: Italian, French, German, Size: Very small
Minutes of meetings, membership forms, correspondence, posters, invitations, flyers, programs and statutes, newspaper clippings, notes.

Willy Tonn Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Willy Tonn (1902-1957), researcher of far east languages.

"Mizrach" collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Size: Very small
In Jewish homes, one used to hang on the eastern wall a framed plate with an embroidery or a colorful painting and the inscription "Mizrach", in order to mark the direction of prayer. The collection contains decorated plates with colorful paintings and verses, from various places and periods.

Micrography collection | Language: Hebrew, German, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Portraits of biblical figures and Jewish and general historical figures, illustrations, paintings of holy sites and symbols, all composed of minuscule texts. Most of the texts are parts of the Old Testament and written in Hebrew letters, few of them also in Latin letters.

Collection of documents relating to the Fiume community | Language: Italian, German, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Documents related to the building of the new synagogue of the Ashkenazi orthodox community of Fiume (Italy), 1922-1938.

Arthur Schnitzler Collection | Language: German, English, Size: Very small
Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931), leading Austrian author and playwright.

Collection of documents relating to jewish welfare organizations in Chernowitz | Language: Yiddish, German, Size: Very small
Reports, balances, statutes, lists and photographs relating to Jewish welfare organizations in Chernowitz after WWI, mostly of those supported by the Joint Distribution Committee.

Autographs Collection of Emperors, Empresses, Kings, Queens, and Nobles | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Letters, decrees and documents signed and written by French Kings of the 16th until 19th centuries, of Russian emperors and empresses of the 18th and 19th centuries, as well as of other kings, queens and nobles from France, Russia, Poland, Great Britain, and Austria.

Collection of amulets | Language: Hebrew, Aramaic, Size: Very small
Various amulets created in various Jewish communities worldwide, in various sizes and forms. The two main fonds in the collection include paper, handwritten (in ink) and printed amulets, and various metal amulets, such as silver and alpacca.

Collection of "Shiviti" prints and manuscripts | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Very small
"Shiviti" are usually plates used in synagogues in certain Jewish communities for contemplation on God's name. The collection contains printed and handwritten "Shiviti", on paper and on parchment in various sizes.

Israeli theater programs Collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Size: Small
Theatre programs from Palestine and the State of Israel in Hebrew and in Yiddish. The collection also includes programs of orchestras which were active before and after the foundation of the state, and programs of military ensembles, dance companies and opera.

Eliahu Meitus Collection | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Romanian, Size: Very small
Eliahu Meitus (1892-1977), writer and translator, mostly from Russian, Yiddish and French. Also published Yiddish poetry and prose. The collection contains several personal documents.

Documents Collection of the Jewish Communities of Holleschau and Posen | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Minutes, contracts, letters, and letters to and from the community rabbi Wolf Feilchenfeld, as well as private documents of several families.

Brooklyn Jewish Center Archive | Language: English, Size: Very small
Nine volumes of minutes (1918-1952), six volumes of newspaper clippings (1943-1952), a membership register (1922-1935) and a file with sermons.

Civil Status Certificates of the Grand Rabbinate of Alexandria Collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Remnants of the registry of civil status certificates of the Grand Rabbinate of Alexandria, mostly certificates of celibacy and marriage.

Election Propaganda and Newspapers from Germany Collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Propaganda materials (flyers and leaflets) for general elections in Germany and newspapers from the Weimar period and the early "Third Reich". Another file includes materials for election campaigns within the Berlin Jewish community and the Prussian Association of Jewish communities in 1930.

Bronislaw Anlen Collection | Language: Polish, Size: Very small
Bronislaw Anlen was a researcher of antisemitism in Poland.

Revolution of 1848 Collection | Language: German, French, Czech, Size: Very small
Posters, leaflets and newspaper issues from Austria, Bohemia, Germany, Hungary, Italy and Poland, produced and distributed during the revolution of 1848-1849.

Samuel Edelman Autograph Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Autographs of well-known nineteenth century British public figures from Samuel Edelman's collection.

Jews of Australia Collection | Language: English, Size: Small
Printed materials from the 19th and 20th centuries.

Jews of New Zealand Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Printed materials from the 19th and 20th centuries.

Collection of Israeli Knesset elections campaign ephemera | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Large
Publications of electoral lists which campaigned in all Knesset elections, since the 1949 Israeli Constituent Assembly election.

Damascus Affair Collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Transcripts of documents related to the Damascus affair in 1840.

Josef Löwenthal Archive | Language: German, Size: Very small
Letters from German professors in the field of humanities, written to philosophy and philology scholar Josef Löwenthal after World War II, dealing with the academic past of Germany. There are also newspaper clippings and articles about the history of the universities in Göttingen and Münster.

Erich Mühsam Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Erich Mühsam (1878-1934), anarchist writer who was murdered during the Nazi regime.

Cecil Roth Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Cecil Roth (1899-1970), Jewish British historian.

Israelitische Religionsgesellschaft Frankfurt aM - Ephemera Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Mainly printed campaign literature toward the election of the community rabbi in 1928, and other printed materials on the school of the community, as well as some photographs.

Booklets and Pamphlets of the French Revolution Collection | Language: French, Size: Very small
Printed booklets and pamphlets on civil rights, the French army and other issues of the revolution.

Jewish Community of Breslau Documents Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Letters to and from the board of the community, among them from Abraham Geiger, and statutes of several organizations within the community.

Joseph Braslavi Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Joseph Braslavi (1896-1972), researcher of the Land of Israel and tour guide.

European Autographs and Documents Collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Documents on parchment and paper, as well as some autographs and letters, all of European origin. Some of the items date back to the middle ages.

Collection of Documents on the Foundation of Ruhama Settlement | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Letters to Abraham Kaminer, one of the founders of the settlement Ruhama, letters to the Shearith Israel society and various documents, among which are a list of settlers' names, invoices, information on the settlement and documents regarding lands.

Antifa collection | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, French, Size: Very small
Antifa - anti-fascist organization founded for the purpose of fighting right-wing organizations in the Yishuv. In 1936 the group strove to raise awareness among the Jewish population in Palestine to the Spanish Civil War.

Mikhail Zand Archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Small
Mikhail Zand (1927-2018), expert in Iranian literature and Semitic linguistics, was active in Zionist organizations in the Soviet Union which promoted Aliyah.

The Society For Israeli-Chinese Friendship and Understanding Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Minutes of the society, correspondence on the society, membership request forms and various documents.

Ephraim Taubenhaus archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Ephraim Taubenhaus (1905-1983), author and publicist, religious Zionist activist.

Moshe David Gisser Archive | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Moshe David Gisser (1893-1952), Yiddish poet, journalist, author, critic and editor.

Pessach Hebroni Archive | Language: Hebrew, German, English, Size: Very small
Pessach Hebroni (1888-1963), Israeli mathematician and scientist.

Shlomo Dov (Fritz) Goitein Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Large
Shlomo Dov (Fritz) Goitein (1900-1985), educator, linguist, orientalist and scholar of Geniza.

Wachtfogel Yitzchak Yaakov Collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Rabbi Yitzchak Yaakov Wachtfogel (1887-1978), head of Mea Shearim Yeshiva and active member of the Mizrachi movement.

Felix Theilhaber Collection | Language: German, Turkish, English, Size: Very small
Felix Aaron Theilhaber (1884-1956), German Jewish physician, among the founders of "Maccabi" health insurance. Published books on history and medicine.

Collection of the Jewish Community in Lemberg | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Population registry of Lemberg (Lvov) Jewry and several documents on the activity of its community (deeds etc.).

El'azar Sharvit archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
El'azar Sharvit (1907-1988), published literary essays and poems in journals and newspapers and in various collections.

Bahai Faith Collection | Language: English, Persian, Arabic, Size: Very small
Letters, wills, one diary and other documents of the Bahai Faith.

Mordechai Rabinowitz Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Copies of letters sent by rabbi Mordechai Rabinowitz to various figures, letter sent to him on matters of Halakha, Torah innovations and various drafts.

Edward Elkan Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
335 photographs taken in the years 1925-1930 by Edward Elkan. Most of them were taken in Palestine, some documenting the Elkan family's journeys across Europe, its way to and from Palestine, to Germany, Italy, Egypt and the East Jordan Bank.

Zalman Cutler Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Zalman Cutler (1874-1953), journalist and Zionist activist.

Democratic movement for change collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
The Democratic Movement for Change was a political party established in 1976 for the election for the 9th Knesset. The collection contains circulars, offprints, correspondence, invitations, brochures, publications, newspaper articles and internal material of the movement.

Simchat Torah flags collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Most items in the Simchat Torah flags collection are from Israel, some also include promotional or partisan content. The collection also includes Simchat Torah flags for other occasions.

Avner Treinin Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Avner Treinin (1928-2011), poet and chemistry professor at the Hebrew University.

Collection of documents and posters of the Association for Promoting Home Produce | Language: Hebrew, Ladino, Size: Very small
The collection minutes, circulars and various publications of the Association for Promoting Home Produce. Most of the publications were produced in Tel Aviv in the years 1936-1939.

Sifriath Paz Publishers Archive | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Sifriath Paz Publishers was managed by Eva Margolin. Its aim was publishing quality children's books in Hebrew. In the years 1942-1946, it published 18 booklets and pocket books of poems and stories for children, original and in translation.

Moshe Davis Archive | Language: English, Hebrew, Size: Medium
Moshe Davis (1916-1996), rabbi and historian in the field of American Jewish history. He was the founder of the Institute of Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University.

Collection of commercial ephemera | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Small
Hundreds of items reflecting trade, industry, tourism, banking, transportation and insurance, in Palestine and in the State of Israel, since the early 20th century.

Gdalia Wilbuschewitsch archive | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Gdalia Wilbuschewitsch (1865-1943), mechanical engineer, Zionist activist and pioneer of industry and construction in Eretz Israel.

Greeting cards collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Thousands of items produced for various occasions: Rosh Hashana, other Jewish holidays, birthdays, non-Jewish holidays, other occasions. The cards were produced by commercial and other types of bodies, in Eretz Israel and abroad, from the late 19th century and until today.

Obituaries collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Tousands of obituaries including death notices and funerals of well-known and anonymous deceased, in Palestine and in the State of Israel.

Collection of Israeli local autorithies elections campaign ephemera | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Publications of electoral lists which campaigned in local autorithies elections and mayor candidates in Israel since the early 20th century.

Collection of Israel government publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Publications by the Israeli government, national authorities and state-owned companies, describing their activity and information produced by them on the fields and topics in which they operate.

Collection of programs | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Programs related to festive events held in honor of well-known figures, concerts, balls held on literary and artistic occasions, conferences, festivals, fairs, shows, lectures etc. The collection also includes menus for celebratory meals. The events took place in Israel and abroad.

Collection of receipts | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Samples of receipts for donations to charity and educational institutions, and receipts on other payments in Palestine, the State of Israel and Jewish communities worldwide.

Jacob Eisenberg Collection of Portraits and Autographs of the Presidents of the United States of America | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
27 portraits of US presidents with their autographs.

David Bass Collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
David Bass (1914-1992), among the first teachers and educators who were in charge of the DP camps in Austria for youth who survived the Holocaust, and later worked in Yad Vashem. Composed several bibliographies of the Holocaust, as well as essays and memoires in Yiddish.

Otto Neurath Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Otto Neurath (1881-1945), influential philosopher of science, sociologist, and political economist. He belonged to the "Vienna Circle" between the two world wars.

Tchemerinski Barukh collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Barukh Tchemerinski (1892-1946), actor and director at Habima theatre, as well as board member.

Collection of Newspaper Clippings and Historical Press Cuttings | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Single volumes of newspapers printed in the 19th and 20th centuries, including reports on historical events, as well as clippings from Jewish press, mostly in Russian, Yiddish, English and German, and several items from the global press.

Collection of Documents to the History of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Letters, publications and various documents in print, objects of symbolic value and other items related to the history of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Collection of Stamps | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Very small
Postage stams and philately items. including stamp sheets and single stamps issued in Israel, and postage stamps issued to commemorate historical events in various countries.

Jacob Rosenberg Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Jacob Rosenberg (1811-1868), regional rabbi of Fulda in 1843-1852 and in 1852-1861 rabbi of Groningen.

Yom-Tov Lewinsky Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Dr. Yom-Tov Lewinsky (1899-1973), scholar of Jewish folklore, founder of "Yeda Am" society of Jewish folklore.

Israeli Committee for Ethiopian Jews Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Minutes of Israeli Committee for Ethiopian Jews meetings, correspondence, copies of letters sent by the committee chairmen, administrative material, and various publications and newspaper clipping concerning the fight of Ethiopian Jews for Aliyah.

Kurt Wilhelm Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Letters by Else Lasker-Schüler and S. Y. Agnon sent to rabbi Kurt Wilhelm since the mid-1930s, manuscripts of stories by Agnon, essays by Wilhelm on Schüler and Agnon and copies of letters.

Collection of Ephemera from Jewish Communities in Belgium | Language: Dutch, Size: Very small
Printed matters of the community and of others jewish organisations of Belgium.

Collection of Family Trees and Genealogical Diagrams | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Printed, typescripted and handwritten charts, in various techniques and forms, describing geneologies of Jewish families worldwide.

Marian Gilbert Archive | Language: German, Polish, French, Size: Very small
Mainly personal papers, photographs and documents relating to Dr. Marian Gilbert's (1908-1993) life during World War II and soon after.

Gerszon Zipper Collection | Language: Hebrew, German, Polish, Size: Very small
Official documents, letters and various notes concerning the support granted by Gerszon Zipper - who was among the leaders of the Zionist movement in Galicia - to the Hebrew Gymnasium in Jerusalem and other educational institutes in Palestine.

Yehudah Gur-Grasovski Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yehudah Gur-Grasovski (1862-1950), pioneer of Hebrew education in Palestine, author of a Hebrew dictionary and prolific editor and writer.

Ziporah Horovitz Collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Ziporah Horovitz (1915-2006), among the founders of Kibbutz Mesilot, teacher and educator at the Kibbutz Movement and member of the pedagogical council of Beit She'an.

Ludwig Strauss Collection | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
50 (handwritten) letters from Arieh Ludwig Strauss to Ilana (Ola) Michaeli, 22 poems in print and in handwriting (in Hebrew and German, and four letters by Chava Cohen regarding Strauss's health condition.

Elieser Feuchtwanger Collection | Language: Hebrew, English, German, Size: Very small
Elieser Feuchtwanger (1908-1972), among the first landscape and gardens architects in Eretz Israel and active member of the Haganah since the 1930s. Served in Jerusalem during the 1948 Arab–Israeli War.

Moses Reicherson Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Moses Reicherson (1827-1903), among the first figures of the Haskalah movement in Russia, linguist and author of Hebrew grammar books. Composed textbooks and translated world literature.

Abraham Mintz Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Manuscripts of poetry translations from Hebrew to German, mostly of poems by Heinrich Heine, and original Hebrew epigrams; drafts for poems, letters and prose excerpts in Hebrew, handwritten by Abraham Mintz, Haskalah author in Vienna.

Gutkin Family of Polotsk Archive | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
19th century documents of the Gutkin family of Polotsk, Vitebsk region, Belarus.

Louis Friedman Collection | Language: English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Correspondence of Louis Friedman, a textile industrialist from New York City, with newspaper editors, publishers and businessman. Most of this correspondence refers to efforts to compose a circular to advertise the English translation of Maimonides' The Guide to the Perplexed, by Michael Friedlaender.

Shlomo Cahanov Collection of Documents on Zionist Movements in Russia | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Various printed materials produced by Zionist organizations in Russia, and mostly in the capital city of Peterburg-Petrograd, around the Bolshevik revolution and afterwards. Most items in the collection are related to HeHalutz movement.

Yosef Paamoni Collection | Language: Russian, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Typescripted documents in Russian concerning the imprisonment of 107 delegates and participants at the Zionist congress held in Moscow, in April 1919, among them Yosef Paamoni, as well as minutes and official resolutions of the center of the Zionist movement in Soviet Russia.

[Dmitri Kalpakchieff Trial Collection] | Language: Bulgarian, Size: Very small
Legal documents, and mainly a detailed protocol of a criminal trial which was held at the district course in Sofia in 1932, became a public trial concerning Antisemitism in Bulgaria and dealt extensively with the attitudes of state authorities and the public toawrds the Jews.

Gabriel Judah Lichtenfeld Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Gabriel Judah Lichtenfeld (1811-1887), prominent figure of the Polish Haskalah movement, taught sciences and as part of his teaching, composed Hebrew textbooks.

Louis Saalschütz collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Louis Saalschütz (1935-1913), mathematician.

Collection of the Lemaan Zion Society of Frankfurt a M | Language: German, Size: Very small
12 cashbooks from the years 1903-1914.

Rosenkranz & Schriftsetzer Printing Press and Publishing Company Collection | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Correspondence with various authors, single official documents and manuscripts of essays sent to the Rosenkranz and Schriftsetzer Printing Press in Vilnius, Lithuania, mostly in the 1890s.

Israel Friedlaender Collection of Documents to the History of Anti-Jewish Pogroms in the Ukraine | Language: Russian, English, Size: Very small
A collection of typescripted copies of dozens of official documents concerning the situation of Ukrainian Jewry following the Anti-Jewish pogroms which took place during the civil war, and especially during 1918-1919.

Hermann Salomon Reckendorf Collection | Language: German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Hermann Salomon Reckendorf (1863-1924) orientalist, and the first translator of the Koran into Hebrew.

Joseph Zvi Stein Collection | Language: Russian, Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Manuscripts of articles and various texts by Dr. Joseph Zvi Stein. The texts involve a variety of topics, such as medicine, Zionism and Teritorialism, as well as education.

Ede Neumann Collection | Language: German, Arabic, Size: Very small
Rabbi Dr. Ede Neumann (1859-1919), orientalist, chief rabbi of Nagykanizsán, and prominent figure of Jewish public lives in Hungary.

Abraham Jacob Brawer Collection | Language: German, Hebrew, Polish, Size: Very small
Rabbi Dr. Abraham Jacob Brawer (1884-1975), taught at Jerusalem school of the Hilfsverein der Deutschen Juden and later in Thessaloniki and Istanbul. He was among the people who laid the foundations for the research of Eretz Israel geography.

Collection of Documents Relating Prize Law During the Second World War | Language: German, English, French, Size: Very small
Original documents, official publications and various printed matter.

Pinchos Elja Elbinger Collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Polish, Size: Very small
Postcards in Polish, Yiddish and Hebrew, sent to Pinchos Elja Elbinger in Poland and later in Tel Aviv, and to his father, rabbi Yitzhak Meir Elbinger in Warsaw.

Pepita Haezrahi Collection | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Drafts and manuscripts of essays by Pepita Haezrahi, newspaper clippings and publications on her thought and person, and several personal documents; material concerning translations of her books and their publication in Hebrew.

Avram Melnikoff Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Small
Avram Melnikoff (1892-1960), sculptor, created the Tel Hai Roaring Lion Monument, in memory of Trumpeldor and the seven other Jews who were killed in the Battle of Tel Hai.

Netti Boleslav Archive | Language: German, Czech, Size: Very small
Netti Boleslav (1923-1981), German-writing Israeli poet.

Walter Grab Archive | Language: German, Hebrew, English, Size: Small
Walter Grab (1919-2000), Israeli historian in the field of democratic movements in 19th century Germany, founder of the Minerva Center for German History at the Tel Aviv University.

Printed Materials Collection about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Posters, broadsides, brochures, newspaper ads and other printed matertial related the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, since the 1960s.

Itzhak Shalev Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Itzhak Shalev (1919-1992), poet, writer and essayist.

Rosa and Karl Cohn Collection | Language: German, Dutch, French, Size: Very small
23 essays in handwriting and in print on Zionism, as well as printed copies of letters to the Dutch consul in Palestine.

Yehuda Cohen Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yehuda Cohen (1861-1935), author, poet, translated poetry and literature from German to Hebrew.

Alfred Montefiore Hyamson Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
Manuscript for Alfred Montefiore Hyamson's (1875-1954) book "History of the Jews in England".

Lydia Rabinowitsch-Kempner Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Lydia Rabinowitsch-Kempner (1871-1935), bacteriologist and doctor, the second woman in Prussia appointed as professor and the first woman in Berlin.

Menachem Zevi Cadar Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Menachem Zevi Cadar (1925-2011), professor of Hebrew linguistics, researched mostly Old Testament Hebrew. The archive contains his personal diary from the time of the siege on Jerusalem in 1947.

Samuel Lublinski Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Samuel Lublinski (1868-1910), journalist and author, supported Zionism.

Collection of Woodcuts from Ancient Books | Language: German, Size: Very small
Collection of clippings of wood cuts from ancient German books, among them bibles, chronicles and others.

Miriam Markel-Mozessohn Archive | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Miriam Markel-Mozessohn (1837-1921), among the first women writers in Hebrew, corresponded with many contemporary Haskalah writers, including Abraham Mapu and Judah Leib Gordon.

Esperanto Printed Matter Collection | Language: Esperanto, French, German, Size: Very small
Various printed materials in Esperanto, most of which were published for the World Esperanto Congresses.

Morris M Thaler collection | Language: English, German, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Manuscripts of literary work by Dr. Morris M. Thaler (1869-1921).

Collection of newspaper cuttings on WWI in Palestine | Language: English, French, Size: Very small
Six volumes of newspaper clippings from the Belgian, French and English press on WWI in Palestine, collected by Shmuel Tolkowsky (1886-1965), agronomist.

Collection of Greeting Telegrams to the Minsk Zionist Congress | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Hundreds of greeting letters and telegrams sent to the Minsk Zionist Congress delegates from across Russia and other countries, upon the opening of the first legal Zionist congress in the Russian Empire, in September 4, 1902.

Alexander Amdur Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Dr. Alexander Amdur (Amdursky) (1902-1970), advocate, active member of the General Zionists party, and was elected as its representative to the city council of Jerusalem.

Orthodox Religious Publications Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Publications on religious matters (Halakha, Jewish thought, folklore), published and distributed in Israel by individuals, organizations and institutions, mostly as part of events, celebrations and conferences.

Collection of Russian Official Documents relating the Zionism in Russia | Language: Russian, German, Size: Very small
Single files of the Russian prime minister's, Pyotr Stolypin, office in the late Russian Empire period, and from the Kiev district governoräs office, concerning the Zionist movement in Russia and the national awakening of Russian Jewry.

Collection of publications on Beilis affair | Language: Russian, German, Size: Very small
Issues of the liberal daily newspaper in Russian, Киевская мысль, of 1913, which include daily reports on the events taking place in the courthouse in Kiev during the trial against Menachem Mendel Beilis.

Collection of the Jaffa riots inquiry commission | Language: English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Interrogation protocols, summaries and reports prepared by advocate Dr. Mordechai Eliash, commissioned by the Zionist administration in Palestine as part of a public inquiry into the Jaffa Riots of 1921.

Collection of the Jewish special commission for inquiring the status of the Western Wall | Language: Hebrew, Arabic, Size: Very small
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, copies of official documents, newspaper clippings in Arabic and other material accumulated by the Jewish special commission for inquiring the status of the Western Wall during 1930, and especially by its chairman, Prof. David Yellin.

French posters from the First World War Collection | Language: French, Size: Very small
15 posters printed and circulated by national institutions and organizations in France during the First World War.

Malkiel Zvi Tenenbaum Collection | Language: Russian, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Rabbi Malkiel Zvi Tenenbaum (1847-1910), rabbi of the Łomża community, among the leaders of the union of rabbis in the Russian Empire.

Redcliffe Nathan Salaman Collection | Language: English, German, Size: Very small
Redcliffe Nathan Salaman (1874-1955), prominent botanist.

Claude Reignier Conder Collection | Language: English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Claude Reignier Conder (1848-1910), British soldier in the Royal Engineer Corps, explorer and antiquarian. He was appointed head of the Palestine Exploration Fund's survey of Western Palestine in the years 1872-1874. The collection includes a scrapbook documenting Conder's time in Palestine.

Collection of Economic Archives for the Near East | Language: English, Hebrew, French, Size: Very small
Various publications collected by Dr. Alfred Bonne as part of the Economic Archives for the Near East. Its aim was collecting information on the economy of Palestine and its surrounding countries of the Middle East, and conducting statistical research based on this data.

Collection of interviews with young newcomers in Israel | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Handwritten notes from dozens of personal interviews conducted with young newcomers in Israel, mostly from the Middle East and North Africa, in the Beit Shemesh absorpion camp and in Musrara neighborhood in Jerusalem. Most of the interviews were conducted in the years 1953-1954.

Shulamit Tilayoff Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Shulamit Tilayoff (1907-2003), founder of the Bukharan Women Organization in Israel, the Bukharan Women Volunteers Committee by the Maimonides Yeshiva and Beit Yosef in Tel Aviv, and published poems in various journals.

Meir Lamed Collection | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Preparation material and various drafts for Meir Lamed's PhD thesis on German Jewry since the emancipation, various notes and indexes, drafts for articles written by Lamed for Encyclopaedia Judaica.

Telephone cards collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Telephone cards of Bezeq telecommunications company, and of companies from various countries: the Netherlands, Switzerland, Cyprus, Belgium.

Abraham Mordechai Meisel Collection | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Abraham Mordechai Meisel (1867-1957), among the founders of the "Bund", the General Jewish Labour Union.

Collection of documents relating to the Schwarzbord Trial | Language: French, Russian, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Personal documentation of Scholom Schwartzbard from the period of his trial following his assasination of Symon Petliura.

Sholem Wasilevsky Collection of Sholem Aleichem Ephemera | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Size: Very small
Sholem Wasilevsky (1904-1982), journalist, editor and researcher of Yiddish theatre in the US, collector and supporter of Yiddish culture.

Collection of Anti-Fascist Publications | Language: German, English, Size: Very small
Clippings from newspapers and magazines, concerning Nazi crimes during World War II and various anti-Nazi and anti-fascist publications, including an exhibition catalogue: "Niemals Vergessen! Antifaschistische Ausstellung", issued in Vienna in 1946; caricatures of Nazi leaders on postcards and from magazines; notes in English, written in pencil, probably by the creator of this collection, Dr. Johanna Waldemar.

Collection of disengagement publications | Language: Hebrew, Size: Small
Posters, broadsides, brochures, newspaper ads and other printed material related the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, since the 1960s.

Walther Samuel Baer Archive | Language: German, English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Mainly drafts, typed and handwritten manuscripts (in German) by Walther S. Baer (1894-1966) for his monumental research about the ancient origins of Judaism: "Krateologie (Herrschaftslehre)", which was never published.

Albert Schweitzer Collection | Language: German, English, French, Size: Very small
Various publications about Albert Schweitzer; articles from German, English and Hebrew newspapers and magazines, concerning Albert Schweitzer; copies of Albert Schweitzer's letters to Anna Wildikann; few photographs of Albert Schweitzer.

Collection of Caricatures from Yiddish Newspapers in America | Language: Yiddish, Size: Small
Newspaper clippings including cartoons related to the condition of the Jews and the State of Israel, extracted from Yiddish newspapers printed in the US.

Ludwig Schorr Archive | Language: Polish, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Ludwig Schorr (1918-12963), architect.

Henry Pereira Mendes Collection | Language: German, English, French, Size: Very small
Typescripts of the English translation of the Torah (Pentateuch) by Rabbi Henry Pereira Mendes' (1857-1937), rabbi of the Sephardic community in Manchester. In 1877 rabbi Pereira Mendes immigrated to the US and became rabbi of the Shearith Israel congregation of New York.

Marcel Marcian Collection | Language: Romanian, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Marcel Marcian (pseudonym of Moritz Marcus) (1914-2007), Jewish writer and chief librarian of the Bucharest Jewish Community Library.

Yael Nadav Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yael Nadav (1929-2009), scholar of Kabbalah and Sabbateans.

Alter Kacyzne Collection | Language: Yiddish, Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Alter Kacyzne (1885-1941), Yiddish poet, author and playwright in Poland, who was also active as a stills photographer and cinematographer.

Ignac Goldziher Collection | Language: Arabic, German, English, Size: Very small
Ignac Goldziher (1850-1921), one of the greatest orientalists and among the scholars who laid the foundations for the discipline.

Ephraim Eliezer Sachs Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Ephraim Eliezer Sachs (1858-1944), orchardist, served as president of the local council of Rehovot.

Jean Loewenson Archive | Language: French, Size: Very small
Jean Hans Loewenson (Yohanan Lavi) (1898-1966), author, journalist and translator, wrote mainly in French.

Mordechai Rabinson Collection | Language: Hebrew, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Mordechai Rabinson (1877-1953), published stories and feuilletons in the Yiddish press, director of the B'nai B'rith Library in Jerusalem.

Luise Rachel Herrmann archive | Language: German, Hebrew, Czech, Size: Very small
Luise Rachel Hermann (1894-1982), pianist and Hebrew teacher. After her immigration to Palestine in 1939, assisted Samuel Hugo Bergmann in his academic work and served as his secretary.

David Grossman Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very large
David Grossman (1954-), among the most prominent and influential Israeli authors.

Yaakov Barha Collection | Language: Turkish, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yaakov Barha (1926-), journalist and artist, active in the Association of Jews of Turkish Origin in Israel.

Austrian Emergency Currency Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Approximately 200 emergency banknotes issued by several Austrian and German towns and cities during post-WWI years.

Collection of documents from the Chief Rabbinate Office of Port-Lyautey, Morocco | Language: French, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Official documented produced bz the rabbinical court by the Chief Rabbinate Office of Port-Lyautey, Morocco, one of the oldest communities in northern Morocco.

Isidore Budick Collection | Language: English, Hebrew, Size: Very small
Isidore Budick (1909-1988), Jewish-American scholar, sociologist and librarian.

Archimède Mamou collection | Language: French, Size: Very small
Archimède Mamou (1911-?), born in Tunisia and was a correspondent of Italian newspapers in Switzerland. Immigrated to Israel in 1965.

Moritz Chamizer Library and collections card index | Language: Hebrew, German, Size: Very small
Dr. Moritz Chamizer (1847-1917), Jewish-German orientalist, director of the oriental department at the Drugulin printing and publishing house in Leipzig, Germany, and collector of books, inscriptions and artistic manuscripts.

Movement for Greater Israel Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
The Movement for Greater Israel was an ideological, non-partisan movement, founded after the Six Days War by a group of intellectuals, lead by Nathan Alterman, Moshe Shamir and Zvi Shiloah.

Yirmiyahu Zvi Gordon Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Yirmiyahu Zvi Gordon (1907-1984), copyeditor and editor of books produced by various publishers before and after the establishment of the State of Israel.

Carl Rathjens Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Carl Rathjens (1887-?), scholar of Yemen and Yemenite Jewry. The collection includes letters and photographs related to his research.

Collection of German Aerial Photographs of Palestine from World War I | Language: Hebrew, Size: Medium
Aerial photographs of Palestine from World War I, including original silver prints printed from glass negatives taken by German aircrafts, mostly in the second half of 1917 and early 1918.

Zehava Ginzburg Collection | Language: Hebrew, Russian, Size: Very small
Postcards sent to Zehava Ginzburg in Palestine by friends and family from various cities in Europe (mostly in Russia, Latvia, Germany and Italy), as well as from various places in the Middle East.

Moshe Greenberg Archive | Language: English, Hebrew, Size: Small
Prof. Moshe Greenberg (1928-2010), prominent 20th century scholar of the Hebrew Scriptures, composed scientific interpretations for several books of the Old Testament.

Nehemia Levtzion Archive | Language: English, Hebrew, Size: Large
Prof. Nehemia Levtzion (1935-2003), orientalist, dean faculty of Humanities at the Hebrew University and chairman of the Planning and Budgeting Committee at the Council for Higher Education. Specialized in research of Islam in Africa.

Chaim Kahlenberg Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Chaim Kahlenberg (1908-2000), graduate of the rabbinical school in Paris, served as military rabbi in the French army and later as rabbi of various communities in French and Belgian cities, after WWII.

Collection of Jewish Romanian Intellectuals' Private Papers | Language: Romanian, German, Yiddish, Size: Very small
Parts of personal archives of central figures in the cultural lives of Romanian Jewry, mostly from the period between the two World Wars, including Moses Schwarzfeld, Aristide Blank, Avram Steuerman-Rodion, Benno Brănişteanu and Adolf Stern.

Oskar Baum Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Oskar Baum (1883-1941), author, musician and critic who was bling since his youth and became part of the Prague Circle. The collection contains almost exclusively letters sent to him.

Ruth Klinger Collection | Language: German, Czech, Size: Very small
Ruth Klinger (1906-1989), actress and cabaret artist, Arnold Zweig's secretary in Palestine, and an Israeli diplomat.

Simon Nissim Collection of prints and postcards from Japan | Language: Japanese, English, Size: Very small
The collection was created by Simon Nissim, a British businessman who was born to a wealthy family of Jewish merchants of Babylonian origin, and embarked on journeys to the Far East during the 1930s.

Johann Jacoby Collection | Language: German, Size: Very small
Johann Jacoby (1805-1877), German-Jewish physician, democrat and supporter of Jewish emancipation, member of the the Social Democratic Party.

Collection of Pressed Flower Albums from Palestine | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Very small
Pressed flowers and plants album which were often kept as souvenirs, mostly for pilgrims and tourists in Palestine, from the last quarter of the 19th century and up to the mid 20th century.

Palestine Plantation Co Ltd "Agudath Netaim" Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Agudath Netaim was founded in 1905 as a stock company. Its aim was the encouragement of Jewish-Zionist agricultureal settlement in Palestine under Ottoman rule. It was liquidated in 1933 as a result of debt and public criticism.

Ludwig Lewisohn Collection | Language: German, Latin, Swedish, Size: Very small
Ludwig Lewisohn (1819-1901), chief rabbi of Stockholm in the years 1859-1883, and author of a number of books on Jewish history and tradition.

Ezrah Fininberg collection | Language: Yiddish, Size: Very small
Ezrah Fininberg (1899-1946), poet and Teritorialist activist, a decisive figure in the field of official Soviet art and an active member of the proletarian poets circles.

Sidney M Edelstein Autographs and Documents Collection | Language: Multiple languages, Size: Medium
Sidney M. Edelstein (1912-1994), chemist and historian of sciences.

Gush Shalom Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Large
Archive of the Israeli peace movement, which was founded in 1993 in order to influence Israeli public opinion and lead the way to peace and reconciliation with the Palestinian people as they establish a Palestinian state alongside the Israeli state.

Moshe Tzinovitz Archive | Language: Hebrew, English, Size: Small
Moshe Tzinovitz (1905-1987), wrote documentary and biographical texts on yeshivas in Europe, on communities and figures in the rabbinical-Lithuanian sphere and on Rebbes in Hasidic society.

Raphael Patai Collection | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
Prof. Raphael Patai (1910-1996), ethnologist, ethnographer, scholar of folklore, author and journalist, and the first person to receive a doctoral degree from the Hebrew University. He lived in Hungary, Israel and the US.

Jozef Israëls collection | Language: Dutch, Size: Very small
Jozef Israëls (1824-1911), Jewish-Dutch painter, who was considered one of the greatest European painters of the 19th century.

London Society for Promoting Christianity Amongst the Jews Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
The London Society for Promoting Christianity Amongst the Jews is a long-standing Jewish missionary organization. The collection includes periodicals, letters and publications from the various branches of the movement worldwide and notes written by Jacob Wahrman.

Orme Clarke Letter Collection | Language: English, Size: Very small
The collection comprises 36 letters written in 1918 by Orme Bigland Clarke (1880-1949) to his wife in England, during his British army service in Egypt and Palestine in WWI. Clarke established the judicial system in pre-mandatory and mandatory Palestine. 

Movement for Torah Judaism Archive | Language: Hebrew, Size: Very small
The Movement for Torah Judaism was founded in 1966 by Prof. Ephraim Elimelech Urbach. The movement worked for religious renewal within the framework of halacha, mainly in a national (Israeli) context.