Museum Matters: November 2014

Posted on November 7th, 2014 by

Upcoming Programs

Please note that unless otherwise noted, all programs take place at the Jewish Museum of Maryland (15 Lloyd Street, Baltimore, MD 21202). For more information and to RSVP for specific programs, contact Trillion Attwood: (410) 732-6400 x215 / tattwood@jewishmuseummd.org. For more information on JMM events please visit www.jewishmuseummd.org.

 

Lloyd Street Synagogue Anniversary

Sunday, November 9, 10:00am to 5:00pm

 

1:00 pm Lecture: Mendes’ Baltimore: The Industries That Built a City

Speaker: Jack Burkert, Baltimore Museum of Industry

3:00pm Tour: Technology in the Temple

Both Programs Free with Museum Admission 

Help us commemorate the 50th anniversary of the rededication of the Lloyd Street Synagogue with a lecture and the launching of our newest specialty tour, Technology in the Temple.

Jack Burkert, a museum educator at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, will discuss the industries and technology that played a vital role in the growth and development of Baltimore during Mendes Cohen’s lifetime.  Jack joined the Baltimore Museum of Industry as a Museum Educator in 2010 and has made a specialty of adding content and background to his work through research into the history of Baltimore, its port, businesses, people and immigration. A 1969 graduate of the University of Maryland, Jack graduated with honors with a degree in history and education. His working life, some 40+ years, was spent in various educator roles.

Following the lecture at 3:00pm, join us for our newest specialty synagogue tour, Technology in the Temple. Inspired by our latest exhibit, The A-Mazing Mendes Cohen, the tour will delve into how the technological innovations of Mendes’ lifetime led to the development of this historic landmark. This tour will also become part of our regularly scheduled synagogue tours and will be offered during our Sunday and Monday 3pm tours for the duration of The A-Mazing Mendes Cohen which is on display through June 14, 2015.

In addition, we have a special display set up in our lobby all day. In commemoration of Kristallnacht, we are honored to welcome Martin Levin Artistic Creations to the Museum for a display of his Kristallnacht Synagogues series. Levin has meticulously recreated the facades of many historic European synagogues that were destroyed during Kristallnacht in miniature format. Also on view are two new additions to his series of historic synagogues, the Lloyd Street Synagogue and B’nai Israel.

 

Rescuing the Evidence: Three Minutes in Poland

Monday, November 10, 7:00pm

Beth El Congregation, 8101 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore

This event is free and open to the public but registration is required. RSVP at ushmm.org/events/3minutes-baltimore.
For more information, contact Courtney Campbell at the Museum’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Office at 202.488.0420 or ccampbell@ushmm.org.

Through his new book, Three Minutes in Poland (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, November 2014), writer Glenn Kurtz traces his remarkable four-year journey to identify the people in his grandfather’s home movie from 1938. Featuring rare images of a small Jewish town in Poland, the film now serves as a memorial to an entire culture that was annihilated in the Holocaust.
Hear about the extraordinary discoveries made when Kurtz donated his grandfather’s home-movie footage to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. By making these haunting, candid images available on its website, the Museum helped create unexpected family connections that transcend war and time.

Featured speakers include: author Glenn Kurtz and Leslie Swift, Chief, Film, Oral History, and Recorded Sound (USHMM).

This program is co-sponsored by Beth El, the Baltimore Jewish Council, the JMM and The ASSOCIATED.

 

A Tribute to Vivienne Shub

Thursday, November 13

Doors open at 6:30pm / Program starts at 7:00pm

FREE

Join us as we remember and celebrate the life of renowned Baltimore actor, Vivienne Shub. This special evening will feature some of Vivienne’s closest friends and family sharing their fondest memories of this wonderful lady. There will be an opportunity to view some rarely seen footage of Vivienne performing, along with a lobby display in the museum displaying photographs and mementos from the JMM collections as well as Vivienne’s family. This is an evening not to be missed for any theatre lover.

Light kosher refreshments will be served.

 

Mendes Cohen Living History Performance

Sunday, November 16, 1:00pm

Program Free with Museum Admission

 

Premium Members Reception

2:00pm

Free to Premium members

 

See history come alive with this performance of our newest Living History character and subject of our recently opened exhibit, performed by actor Grant Cloyd. Learn more about this fascinating character as he recounts some of his most captivating anecdotes, including his experience as a defender at Fort McHenry and his time spent traveling throughout Europe and the Middle East.  This occasion marks the first full performance of “The Ghost of Mendes Cohen” at the JMM.

Our premium members (Living History  Circle, Lloyd Street League and 1845 Society) are invited to join us after the scheduled performance of The Ghost of Mendes Cohen at 1pm for a reception and behind-the-scenes look how this dramatic performance was created. Grant Cloyd, the actor who portrays Mendes and Harriet Lynn, our director, will both be joining us for conversation. Light refreshments will be served.

If you are not a premium member but would like to join us for this event please contact Sue Foard or call her at 410-732-6402 x220 to upgrade your membership. The reception will take place in the Museum’s Rosen-Salganik Board Room.

 

Downtown Dollar Day

A Family Chanukah Celebration with Joanie Leeds and the Nightlights

Sunday, December 7, 2:30pm

Admission: $1

Set the Chanukah mood with a rocking family Chanukah concert with Joanie Leeds and the Nightlights! Bring home a piece of the festivities with Chanukah themed crafts.

A versatile artist, Joanie Leeds is a gifted musician with a soulful voice that ranges from low and bluesy to high, light, and breezy.  In addition to her secular popularity, Joanie tours the country playing synagogues, Jewish day schools and Jewish museums. Her Jewish music can be found on the PJ Library’s compilation.

 

Maryland Jewish Book Festival

Sunday, December 14, 11am to 4pm

Program free with museum admission

Still looking for the perfect Chanukah gift? You are certain to find something here as we invite some of the region’s best Jewish authors to talk about and sign their books.

 

Late Night on Lloyd Street: DIY Olive Oil? ImPRESSive!

Thursday, December 18, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

With Kayam Farm at Pearlstone Center

Venue the Jewish Museum of Maryland

FREE

The miracle of Chanukah: Oil for one day of lighting the ancient temple lasted a full 8 days!… but why did it take 8 days? Get excited for a night of pitting, pressing and processing olives into olive oil with the Pearlstone Center Farm staff. Bring “Olive” your questions… Like why is olive oil so important to the Jewish community? And is olive oil really good for you? What can I do with it besides light ancient Menorahs and fry latkes? Finally, have the chance to make your own olive oil creations such as infused oil using herbs from Pearlstone’s farm, or dyed decorative Channukiah oil to take home. They also make great gifts!

As with all late nights we will have plenty of food and drink available. Please be aware this event has a maximum number of places available so arrive early to avoid disappointment. Contact Trillion Attwood at 410-732-6402 x215 or by email attattwood@jewishmuseummd.org with questions!

 

Mitzvah Day

Thursday, December 25

10:00 a.m. to 1:00pm: Mitzvah activities

1:00 p.m: Speaker, Gilbert Sandler

Program Free with Museum Admission

Join us again this year as we participate in Mitzvah Day, where we will be helping to make life a little easier for some of the children in our community. Mitzvah activities will be suitable for all ages and is a great way to bring the family together!

Following the Mitzvah activities we welcome Gilbert Sandler who will discuss Becoming American in Jewish Baltimore. Mr. Sandler will share the story of how Jewish Baltimore got started. Exploring the institutions the earliest immigrants founded that helped bring them into mainstream of America. Then how those institutions leaders arose from the newly-formed Jewish community to wider leadership and prominence and wealth and influence—and at long last become American!

 

More Programs

The JMM is pleased to share our campus with B’nai Israel Congregation. For additional information about B’nai Israel events and services for Shabbat, please visit bnaiisraelcongregation.org.  For more of this month’s events from BIYA, please visit biyabaltimore.org or check out BIYA on facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/biyabaltimore

 

Jewish Genealogy Society of Maryland November Meeting

Finding a Family’s Town: A Case Study / Beyond Ancestry.com: It Isn’t All Online

Sunday, November 23, 1:30-3:30pm

Pikesville Library’s Meeting Room (1301 Reisterstown Road)

Program is free for JGSM members; $5 for members

For more information, check out 222.jgsmd.org

 

Maryland Historical Society:

Images of a Vanished Baltimore:
The Art of Jacob Glushakow

The Maryland Historical Society proudly announces the opening of a new exhibition on Thursday, November 13, 2014 featuring the art of Jacob Glushakow (1914-2000). Glushakow painted the everyday of Baltimore, the people, the neighborhoods, the harbor, the markets and, perhaps most significantly, the vanishing urban landscape of the city. An opening reception will take place from 6-7:30 PM. All are encouraged to attend. To RSVP, call 410-685-3750 Ext 377.

About Jacob Glushakow

The first child of Russian Jewish immigrants, Esther and Abraham Glushakow, Jacob entered the world at sea on the ship Bradenburg traveling from Bremen, Germany to Philadelphia. The family, after fleeing the beginning of World War I, settled in East Baltimore. Jacob graduated from City College in 1933 and attended the Maryland Institute of Art. Until the end of his life, he sketched and painted the city he loved. He described his powerfully rendered images to The Baltimore Sun as “emotion recollected in tranquility.”

In his vivid compositions, often painted with electric turquoises, saturated oranges and rusty browns, Glushakow found importance in the humdrum, the noble in the quotidian. His eye transformed people sitting in a park, workman lounging at the harbor, even the interior of a tailor’s shop resonate with visual significance. He made the common place scenes and objects of life tell stories. Today, his work provides a glimpse of a largely vanished Baltimore and reminds us that the urban landscape of the city changed profoundly throughout the twentieth century.

About Images of a Vanished Baltimore: The Art of Jacob Glushakow

In 2014, thanks to the generosity of the Glushakow family and Helen Glushakow in particular, the Maryland Historical Society received a gift of paintings, drawings and oil sketches by the artist. From touching family portraits to more jarring scenes of urban renewal at work, Glushakow’s art explores the human experience with sensitivity, honesty, and sometimes, humor. On November 13, 2014, the Maryland Historical Society will open “Images of a Vanished Baltimore: The Art of Jacob Glushakow,” exhibition which will highlight this important acquisition and celebrate the significance of this Baltimore artist’s work.

“Jacob’s dream was to have his paintings at the Maryland Historical Society,” remarked Helen Glushakow, his sister. Glushakow’s work intersects seamlessly with the museum’s other 20th century holdings of paintings and photography. “This gift of Glushakow’s paintings and drawings offers us so many opportunities to interpret life in twentieth-century Baltimore. His art provides glimpses of the everyday, but it tells big stories about this city’s history. His work “puts the viewer on the ground” in this city as it looked in the 1940s, 50s, 60s, and 70s…” Alexandra Deutsch, the museum’s Chief Curator observes. “Images of a Vanished Baltimore: The Art of Jacob Glushakow” will remain on view until March, 2015.

 

Exhibits

Exhibits currently on display include The A-mazing Mendes Cohen (on display through June 14, 2015), Voices of Lombard Street: A Century of Change in East Baltimore, and The Synagogue Speaks!

 

Hours and Tour Times

The JMM is open Sunday-Thursday, 10am – 5pm.

Combination tours of the 1845 Lloyd Street Synagogue and the 1876 Synagogue Building now home to B’nai Israel are offered: Sunday through Thursday at 11:00am, 1:00pm and 2:00pm.  We will offer tours focused on the Lloyd Street Synagogue, Sunday through Thursday at 3:00pm and on Sunday at 4:00pm.  On November 9 we will introduce a new Lloyd Street “1845: Technology and the Temple” tour at 3:00pm and the tour will be available every Sunday and Monday at 3:00 until The A-Mazing Mendes Cohen closes next June.

Please note we are closed for Thanksgiving on Thursday, November 27 as well as Friday, November 28.

 

Get Involved

The JMM is looking for volunteers to help staff our front desk, work in the gift shop, and lead tours as docents. No prior knowledge or training is required. All that is needed is an interest in learning about the JMM, our historic sites, exhibits, and programs and a desire to share this knowledge with the public. All volunteers are provided with thorough training. If you are interested in learning more about our volunteer program, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Ilene Cohen at 410.732.6400 x217 or icohen@jewishmuseummd.org.

 

Membership

 

Revamped and revitalized, membership at the JMM is now better than ever – with new categories, benefits, and discounts to enrich every visit to the Museum for you and your friends and families.

All members receive our monthly e-newsletter, along with a 10% discount at the Museum store, free general admission to the Museum, free admission to all regular programs, attendance at exclusive member opening events and discounted weekday parking at the City-owned garage at 1001 E. Fayette Street.

Your membership provides much needed funding for the many programs that we offer and we hope we can count on you for your continued support. Memberships can be purchased online! http://jewishmuseummd.org/get-involved/museum-membership/ For more information about our membership program, please contact Sue Foard at (410) 732-6400 x220 or sfoard@jewishmuseummd.org.

 

Gift Shop

Chanukah is around the corner!  First candle is lit December 16, 2014…and we have an amazing selection of candles, all made in Israel, and a gorgeous range of colors. We have Menorahs for the young, and the young at heart; a magnificent hand-blown menorah, Israeli stone and crystal imports, fun and funky menorahs.  Our dreidle collection is known for its variety of choices, from sterling to hand-painted wood, to fine china. Games and books for all ages!  Our jewelry is chosen with care for the discriminating buyer; we cheerfully gift-wrap and will mail your purchases for you.

Merchandise purchased in the Museum Shop directly benefits the Jewish Museum of Maryland.

Members receive a 10% discount on JMM Shop purchases.

For information, call Esther Weiner, Museum Shop Manager, 410-732-6400, ext. 211 or email at eweiner@jewishmuseummd.org.

 

 

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Museum Matters – November 2013

Posted on November 1st, 2013 by

Iron Will in Hoop Skirts

They ran shops and hospitals.  They established charitable organizations, raised funds and supported those who could not support themselves.  They included authors and agitators, organizers and spies.  Some were imprisoned in the war and a few dozen put on military uniforms (and in the guise of men) went off to fight.  These are the women of the Civil War, and they are the stars of this month’s programs.

The exhibit, Passages Through the Fire:  Jews and the Civil War tells the story of many of these women, from abolitionist and feminist, Ernestine Rose to died-in-the-wool Confederate partisan Eugenia Levy Phillips.  It also deals with the struggles of woman caught in-between, like Annie Jonas Wells, whose father was a friend of Lincoln but had two brothers join the Confederate army.

Our special Sunday programs this month, with Dr. Lauren Strauss on November 10 and Clara Barton on November 17 (see details below), amplify the content of the exhibit and offer new perspectives on both the work and lives of women during the conflict. We are also installing a small lobby display on Monday, expanding on some of these stories and introducing a few new ones. We are grateful to the Morton K. and Jane Blaustein Foundation for its generous support of highlighting these stories in our exhibits and programs.

Come join us as we celebrate the talents, the bravery and the determination of the Civil War women.

 

Upcoming Programs

Please note that unless otherwise noted, all programs take place at the Jewish Museum of Maryland (15 Lloyd Street, Baltimore, MD 21202). For more information and to RSVP for specific programs, contact Trillion Attwood: (410) 732-6400 x215 / tattwood@jewishmuseummd.org. For more information on JMM events please visit www.jewishmuseummd.org.

 

Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of Kristallnacht

Saturday, November 9, 7:00pm

Beth El Congregation, 8101 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21208

Free Admission

Co-sponsored by the Baltimore Jewish Council, the Men’s Club of Beth El, the Rabbi Mark G. Loeb Center for Lifelong Learning at Beth El Congregation, and the JMM.

 

Kosher Southern Belles and Yankee Bubbies Confront America’s Greatest Crisis: Jewish Women and the Civil War with speaker, Lauren Strauss

Sunday, November 10, 1:00pm

Program is Free with Museum Admission

At the end of the Civil War, Jewish community leaders and historians rushed to document the bloody sacrifices made by “men of the Hebrew faith” to the nation’s greatest struggle. However, the contributions of American Jewish women – both Northerners and Southerners – have only recently begun to be appreciated. As nurses, teachers, homemakers, merchants, and even convicts and spies, these Jewish daughters of the Union and the Confederacy were deeply involved in their country’s fate at a crucial moment in its history. Despite deep fissures between Jewish women in the North and South, the very strength of their passions highlights the extent to which they embraced their identity as Americans -not only for its wartime relevance, but also for a longer-term understanding of Jewish integration into American society.

 

Special Living History Performance: Clara Barton: Angel of the Battlefield

Sunday, November 17, 1:00pm

Program is Free with Museum Admission

Join us at for a special performance by Living History Character Clara Barton. Hold your breath as the “Angel of the Battlefield” trods amidst the most dangerous and violent conflicts of the war to provide solace and hope to boys wounded in the fight.  See how one woman’s courage and generosity commanded the respect of every soldier.

Clara Barton is performed by actor, Britt Olsen-Ecker who has performed with The Strand Theatre, Glass Mind Theatre, and Single Carrot Theatre.  She is a graduate of the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University and an accomplished photographer.

 

Gobbles, Gelt and Gratitude

Monday, November 18, 10:30am

$5 per family (includes Museum admission)

Please register at www.cjebaltimore.org/pjpals

Join your PJ Pals for Gobbles, Gelt and Gratitude at the Jewish Museum of Maryland, co-sponsored by the Downtown Baltimore JCC and PJ library. Enjoy storytime, crafts and snacks for Chanukah and Thanksgiving. Meet and make new friends. This program is for children aged 6 months to 5 years (siblings welcome).

 

Late Night on Lloyd Street: “The Crowd was Hushed to Silence”: Lincoln, Gettysburg and the Power of Presidential Address

Tuesday, November 19, 6:00pm

FREE

Don your best stove pipe hat and trim your beard! Come and celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg address. Participate in a live-action reading of the famous speech, take a special curator-led tour of our newly opened exhibit, Passages through the Fire: Jews and the Civil War, and dive in to a discussion on presidential addresses.

Generously supported by the Grandchildren of Harvey M. and Lyn P. Meyerhoff Philanthropic Fund.

 

Civil War Photography Family Day

Sunday December 1, 11:00am to 2:00pm

 &

Divided Loyalties: Jewish Photographers in Civil War Baltimore with Ross Kelbaugh

Sunday, December 1, 2:00 pm

Both Programs are Free with Museum Admission

The American Civil War brought photography into homes like never before. Join us for a day of engaging activities for the whole family to learn about photography before the age of cell phone cameras and digital prints. Process your own cyanotype, colorize your own Carte de Visite and build your own stereoscope!

At 2:00pm visitors are invited to join us for a talk by Ross Kelbaugh, who is a well-known local photography collector and expert on the subject of the early history of photography. Though Maryland never seceded, it remained a state of divided loyalties during the Civil War.  Some Jewish photographers in Baltimore were sympathetic to the Southern Cause and found themselves embroiled in the events of the period.  Several were even imprisoned for disloyalty. This illustrated program will briefly introduce the practice of photography during this period and discuss the events that brought these Jewish citizens into conflict with Union supporters.

 

Late Night on Lloyd Street: Estherfest

Wednesday December 4, 6:00 – 9:00pm

FREE 

Back by popular demand, Esther Weiner returns for our annual Chanukah celebration. Join us as Esther demonstrates how she makes her famous delicious latkes and entertains the audience with her hilarious stand up routine!

Generously supported by the Grandchildren of Harvey M. and Lyn P. Meyerhoff Philanthropic Fund.

 

Faith and Freedom in the Civil War

Sunday December 8, 1pm

Program Free with Museum Admission

In conjunction with our December monthly program focus on the role of chaplains during the Civil War, Barbara Franco, Founding Executive Director of the newly-opened Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum, explores how the religious foment, innovation and change wrought by the Second Great Awakening influenced thinking about moral issues of war and slavery, and how Americans of all faiths who met at Gettysburg grappled not only with life and death, but with divergent ideas of faith and freedom that would shape the nation’s future.

 

BUS TOUR: Civil War Sites of Baltimore

Sunday, December 15

Bus departs at 9:00am from the Jewish Museum of Maryland (doors open 8:30am)

Led by Maryland Civil war expert Daniel Carroll Toomey

Cost: $48 / $40 for members

Learn Baltimore’s Civil War history first hand with this exclusive bus tour led by prominent Maryland historian and author Daniel Carroll Toomey. Seating is limited, so reserve yours today – email tattwood@jewishmuseummd.org to register.

 

Mitzvahs and Monuments: Remembering Our Veterans at the Jewish Museum of Maryland!

Wednesday December 25, 10:00am to 2:00pm

Program Free with museum admission

Co-sponsored by the Jewish Volunteer Connection, B’nai Israel Congregation, Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America, the Baltimore VA Medical Center and Jewish Volunteer Connection.

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Against the Odds: America, the Monuments Men, and Saving Jewish and European Cultural Heritage with speaker, Michael Kurtz

Wednesday, December 25, 1:00pm

Program Free with Museum Admission

For our Mitzvah Day project we will create gift packages for veterans in Baltimore’s VA Medical Center that we will deliver that afternoon.  And then at 1:00 Dr. Michael Kurtz of the University of Maryland will talk about his book that details the extraordinary story of a WWII platoon assigned the task of rescuing the world’s art treasures stolen by the Nazis (soon to be a major motion picture with George Clooney and Matt Damon).

 

More Programs

The JMM is pleased to share our campus with B’nai Israel Congregation. For additional information about B’nai Israel events and services for Shabbat, please visit bnaiisraelcongregation.org.  For more of this month’s events from BIYA, please visit biyabaltimore.org or check out BIYA on facebook. www.facebook.com/groups/biyabaltimore

 

Women’s Yoga at B’nai starting Nov. 10

B’nai Israel is pleased to offer weekly yoga classes led by certified yoga instructor and B’nai Israel member Rena Needle (www.yogawithrena.com).

Sundays from 5-6pm starting November 10th

B’nai Israel Congregation, 27 Lloyd Street

Register: http://tinyurl.com/BnaiYogaNov13

 

Women’s Farbrengen: Cooking for Thanksgivikuh

126 Lloyd Street Baltimore, MD

Sunday, Nov 3 4pm-7pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/742759822407383

 

4 Rabbis, 5 Opinions

Max’s Taphouse (737 S Broadway Street Baltimore, MD)

Wednesday, Nov 6 7pm-9pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/532653156824421/

 

B-more Shabbat with Repair the World

B’nai Israel: 27 Lloyd Street, Baltimore, MD

Friday, Nov 15 6:30pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/531154223621043

 

Ice Skating and Hot Cocoa Social

Patterson Park Family Skating Center (200 South Linwood Avenue Baltimore, MD) & Van Gogh Café (300 S. Ann St., Baltimore, MD 21231)

Saturday, Nov 23 7:00pm

http://www.meetup.com/Baltimores-Jewish-Hangout-20s-30s-Group/events/147745662/?a=ea1_grp&rv=ea1&utm_source=November–BIYA+style&utm_campaign=NovBIYA&utm_medium=email

 

Exhibits 

Exhibits currently on display at the JMM include Voices of Lombard Street: A Century of Change in East Baltimore and The Synagogue Speaks! and Passages through the Fire: Jews and the Civil War on display through February, 28, 2014.

 

Hours and Tour Times

The JMM is open Sunday-Thursday, 10am – 5pm. We offer tours of our historic synagogues each day at 11:00, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, and 4:00. We are delighted to announce the debut of a new themed “1861 Tour” of the Lloyd Street Synagogue that focuses on Baltimore’s Jewish community during the Civil War. This tour is offered Sunday-Thursday at 3:00pm (in place of the regular tour).

Please note that the JMM is closed on Thursday, November 28 for Thanksgiving. Our administrative offices are also closed on Friday, November 29.

 

Get Involved

The JMM is looking for volunteers to help staff our front desk, work in the gift shop, and lead tours as docents. No prior knowledge or training is required. All that is needed is an interest in learning about the JMM, our historic sites, exhibits, and programs and a desire to share this knowledge with the public. All volunteers are provided with thorough training. If you are interested in learning more about our volunteer program, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Ilene Cohen at 410.732.6400 x217 or icohen@jewishmuseummd.org.

 

Membership

Revamped and revitalized, membership at the JMM is now better than ever – with new categories, benefits, and discounts to enrich every visit to the Museum for you and your friends and families.

All members receive our monthly e-newsletter, along with a 10% discount at the Museum store, free general admission to the Museum, free admission to all regular programs, attendance at exclusive member opening events and discounted weekday parking at the City-owned garage at 1001 E. Fayette Street. Your membership provides much needed funding for the many programs that we offer and we hope we can count on you for your continued support. Memberships can be purchase online! http://jewishmuseummd.org/get-involved/museum-membership/ For more information about our membership program, please contact Sue Foard at (410) 732-6400 x220 or sfoard@jewishmuseummd.org.

 

Gift Shop

CHANUKAH  IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER!  YOU WILL FIND THE PERFECT CHANUKAH MERCHANDISE  AT 25%  OFF FOR EVERYONE!  (NOT TO BE COMBINED WITH OTHER DISCOUNTS).

Muscians Menorah by Karen Rossi

BOOKS FOR TOTS, MENORAHS, CANDLES, AND CHANUKAH GIFTS FOR YOU, YOUR

FAMILY, YOUR HOME….

 All members of the JMM receive a 10% discount in the Museum Shop. Proceeds from the sale of merchandise in our shop support the mission of The Jewish Museum of Maryland.

Contact Esther Weiner, Museum Shop Manager at 410-732-6400, x211 / eweiner@jewishmuseummd.org

 

 

 

 

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Spotlight on Collections

Posted on November 29th, 2012 by

As November 2012 comes to a close we thought it would be fun to look back and see what was going in Novembers past.

Portrait photograph of Leona Adler, November 24, 1910. Courtesy of Julius Mandel. 1990.209.90c.

Hilda (Lapides) Rudy and Sheldon Rudy (infant), November 1, 1936. Taken in front of Rudie's Pharmacy, 3100 Block of West North Avenue. Courtesy of Bessie Franklin. 1989.78.7.

Gela Baser and Fred Perchal at their wedding with guests in Brussels, Belgium, November 28, 1945. Courtesy of Rabbi Manuel Poliakoff. 1996.113.7.

Irving Cohn and family in Atlantic City, NJ, November 1946. Courtesy of Mr. & Mrs. Myron M. Oppenheimer. 2003.86.9.

Hymen Saye teaching ?Introduction to Hebrew? at the College of Jewish Studies, November 1947. Rhoda (Goldstein) Wilkis is in the front row, third from left, and Doris (Pollack) Schnider is fourth from left, wearing a dark dress, looking at the teacher. Courtesy of Hymen Saye. 1991.7.30.

Housing Authority of Baltimore event on November 1, 1951. From the estate of Jacob Fisher. 1972.36.1.22.

Photograph of Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin signing a proclamation designating the week as American Jewish Congress Week, November 1956. Pictured from left to right are: Meyer Cardin, Gertrude Benesh, Irvin Kovens, Maurice Cardin, Judge Daniel Friedman, Isaac Taylor, Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin, Otto D. Weill, Senator Philip H. Goodman, Florence Rogers, and Samuel Steinbach. Courtesy of Jack L. Levin. 1984.3.43.

The 50th Anniversary of the United Synagogues of America Convention at the Concord, November 17, 1963. J. Benjamin Katzner is standing at left. Rabbi Louis Finkelstein, Chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary, is seated immediately to the right of the podium. 1985.156.12.

Dedication ceremony of the restored Lloyd Street Synagogue, November 8, 1964. Courtesy of Janet Fishbein (daughter of Susan Levy Bodenheimer), Ellen Patz, Ruth Gottesman & Vera Mendelsohn Mitnick. 2002.79.931.

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Guests listening to the program at a Jewish National Fund event, November 5, 1967. 1985.156.24.

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