The American Jewish Historical Society Digitizes its Historic Collections

The Boston Branch of the American Jewish Historical Society has embarked on a project to digitize all of its current and future collections in an effort to save space, ensure preservation of documents, and to make research easier and more accessible to the public. With a grant from the Trustees Under the Will of Herman Dana to purchase the equipment and software, and a grant from the Schilder Family Fund to hire part-time interns, the Society has, over the last 8 months, scanned about one third of its present collections. To read more about the Digital Project click on our Customer Profile, Photographs and Donor List links.

The Society welcomes donations to its Digital Project, with donations of $100 or more, we will add you name to our online donor list. For more information about the project and about donating to support specific archives, contact Judi Garner, Archivist of the New England Collections at (617) 226-1245 or email:

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