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Hélène Berr, A Stolen Life

An exhibition designed, created, and circulated by Mémorial de la Shoah, Paris, France

November 9, 2014 – February 1, 2015

This traveling exhibition is based on the Journal written by Hélène Berr, a young Jewish French woman, whose promising future was brutally cut short by Vichy Government’s laws and the extermination plan imagined by the Nazis.

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Limited Edition Prints for Sale from Temple of Shadows Exhibit

The Jewish History Museum proudly offers the photographs in the exhibit and five additional images for sale. Each photograph is limited to 20 prints ONLY. Photographs will be on display at Hotel Congress until the first week in January and there will be a reception December 13.

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“Skull Caps and Shul Hats”

Our “Skull Caps and Shul Hats” exhibit will be on display upstairs at the JCC. People of all religions have made it a custom to cover their heads in deference to G-d. While the kippah remains a popular part of Jewish ceremony, shul hats have fallen out of fashion. This traveling exhibit from the JHM focuses on three local family collections of hats from the 1940s to present.

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Annual Jewish History Museum Benefit

Our benefit October 26 was a huge success. Stanley Feldman spoke as our 2014 Jewish Heritage Award recipient. We held the event at the Scottish Rite Cathedral just a few blocks north of the museum downtown. The scenery in the background is from the 1800s and set a gorgeous stage. We had a huge buffet and an ice sculpture in the shape of the museum. Before and after our program Birks Works played jazz and filled the room with revelry.

 
Calling All Volunteers

Might you consider becoming a volunteer? Here are some possibilities:
Docents for guided tours. Training provided. Primary requirements are a friendly disposition, an interest in history and culture, and interacting with the public. Three and Four hour time slots.
Historical Research based on needs of ongoing projects. Archives organization, exhibit research, detective work. Oversight provided. Flexible hours.
Administrative Help with mailings, data entry, office tasks. Flexible hours and time commitment.

 

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Hours

Open to the public Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday from 1 to 5 PM.
Friday from Noon to 3 PM.

admission: $5

Contact

Judy Rose Sensibar, Executive Director

Jewish History Museum
564 South Stone Avenue
Tucson, Arizona 85701
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PO Box 889
Tucson, Arizona 85702
520-670-9073

JHMTucson@gmail.com

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Mission

The Mission of the Jewish History Museum is the collection, preservation, exhibition and teaching of the Jewish heritage of the American Southwest and the preservation of the first synagogue building in Arizona.