Current Exhibitions


Stitching History from the Holocaust
April 7 – *Extended* September 15, 2019


Fashion Statement
April 7 – September 15, 2019


Voices of Lombard Street


The Synagogue Speaks

Upcoming Exhibitions


Baltimore’s Local Grocer:
Celebrating 75 Years of Eddie’s of Roland Park
On view September 16 – October 24, 2019


Scrap Yard: Innovators of Recycling
Opens October 2019


Jews in Space:
Members of the Tribe in Orbit
Opens May 31, 2020

Family History Resources

Robert L. Weinberg Family History Center

The family history collection at the Robert L. Weinberg Family History Center contains many primary source materials, including:

Note: These files are searchable by name on the JewishGen website: http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/cemetery/. Other websites with useful information on Baltimore Jewish burials and cemeteries are:

Fram Monument Company: http://www.frammonument.com/rules.html

Sol Levinson & Bros. Funeral Home: http://www.sollevinson.com/

Additional resources include: archival collections from several Baltimore-area synagogues; records of local Jewish agencies, institutions and businesses; personal papers of prominent individuals; profiles of individuals and families in A History of the Jews of Baltimore (Blum, 1910) and other locally-published books; biographical, institutional and subject files related to Baltimore and Maryland Jewry; and oral histories of Maryland Jews.  Periodicals that offer information on Maryland Jewry include the Baltimore Jewish Times (1919 to present), Jewish Comment (1895-1918), Jewish Chronicle (1875), Jewish Exponent (1887-1888), Sinai (1856-1860), Generations (1978 to present) and American Jewish Year Book (1899-1985).  We also maintain a photograph collection related to immigration, Jewish life in Maryland, and the many institutions of Baltimore Jewry.

Our library contains publications on Jewish genealogy, including Shtetl Finder, Where Once We Walked, A Dictionary of Jewish Surnames From the Russian Empire, Jewish Roots in Poland, and the periodical Avotaynu.  We also maintain a collection of publications and newsletters from genealogical societies across the nation.


 

Additional Resources

A Guide to other sources for genealogy research in the Greater Baltimore Area. More »