Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington

Lillian and Albert Small Jewish museum

The Society’s collections trace the history of the Jewish community in the greater Washington, D.C., area from the mid-19th century through the present day. Through personal and family papers, organizational and business records, congregation and synagogue archives, historical photographs, oral histories, ritual objects, and a reference library, the collections document the unique nature of life in and around Washington, D.C.—a history that is local, national, and international.

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