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Here is a rather large list of more than forty online exhibitions that have appeared at the Museum of Family History since its inception in 2005.
You can still visit each of them by simply clicking on the exhibition title (listed in alphabetical order):


A Bintel Briv: Correspondences from Zembrover Refugees After the War

A Photographer's Life: A Family Story Told

Coney Island Notebook

David Pinski, Yiddish Playwright

Eastern European Jewry

From Kishineff to Bialystok: A Table of Pogroms 1903-1906

Great Artists Series

Guide to the United States for the Jewish Immigrant

HIAS: The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society

Holocaust Memorials of New York and New Jersey

Jews in Small Towns: Legends and Legacies

Letters From Szczuczyn

Lives in the Yiddish Theatre: Tributes to a Bygone Era

Maurice Schwartz and the Yiddish Art Theatre

Never Forget: Visions of the Nazi Camps

Painting a Picture: Remembering the Lost Jewish Community of Czernowitz, Ukraine

Persecution and Flight: The Nazi Campaign Against the Jews

Postcards From Home

Rites of Passage

Shabbat and the Jewish Holidays

Sholom Secunda: The Man and His Music

Stories From Our Ancestral Homes

The Celia Adler Story.... her life in the Yiddish theatre, and more

The Hermann Pressman Diary: From Berlin to Antwerp...

The Immortal Al Jolson

The Jewish Experience: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Jewish Folk Style in the Wooden Wall Paintings of Eastern Europe

The Jewish Ghetto

The Jews of Asia: Synagogues and Memorials

The Jews of Brooklyn

The Jews of Latvia

The Jews of Odessa: A Short History

The Kajmans of Lomza Gubernia

The Landjuden of Euskirchen

The Life of Nina Finkelstein: Recollections of a Friend

The Magnificent Richard Tucker

The Museum of Family History Comes to Brooklyn

The Photographic Studios of Eastern Europe

The Quintessential Jewish Mother: Molly Berg as Molly Goldberg

The Remarkable Zalmen Zylbercweig and his Lexicon of the Yiddish Theatre

The Russian Jew in the United States

The Synagogues of Europe: Past and Present

To Honor and Preserve: The Memories of Leo and Sylvia Dashefsky

Walk in my Shoes: Collected Memories of the Holocaust

Where Once There Were Jews: Łapy, Poland

Windows in Time: A Summer's Journey to Europe and the Middle East

World Holocaust Memorials

World Jewish Communities

World War II & The Holocaust










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