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Museums Large and Small Make an ImpactRich collections and experiences can be found at The Jewish Museum in New York City; the Mollie and Louis Kaplan Judaica Museum in Houston, TX; the Rabbi Irving and Marly Koslowe Judaica Gallery in Mamaroneck, NY; and the Temple Judea Museum at Temple Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park, PA.
News of Note
- Pressure Mounts to Return Nazi-Looted Art
- Hundreds of forgotten art works were found hidden in a Munich apartment last week. Here the New York Times provides an update on the story.…
- Haaretz Highlights Holocaust Museums
- There are hundreds of Holocaust museums, and other institutions dedicated to the commemoration and study of the Shoah, around the world. Two CAJM institutional members are cited in this short list assembled by Israeli news source Haaretz.…
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- 09/03/2012 Israel's Holocaust Museums Evolve
- 06/28/2012 George Washington Letter Comes to NMAJH
- 06/11/2012 Jewish Museum of Florida Allies with University
- 04/12/2012 After a Seder on E Street, a Museum Beckons
- 04/03/2012 Israel Museum Showcased in Google Art Project
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CAJM's most recent annual conference took place in New York City, March 3-5, 2013.