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And So They Came. The Jewish Experience of Settlement in Maryland 1656–1929. The Inaugural Exhibit of the Jewish Heritage Center of the Jewish Historical Society of Maryland, Inc. Baltimore, Maryland. October 25, 1987–June 19, 1988

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(140 words)

Curator

Elizabeth Kessin Berman.

Imprint

Baltimore, Md., USA, 1987. Booklet, 17 pp., illustrations: 21 b&w, 22.9 × 30.6 cm. English.

Location

Jewish Heritage Center of the Jewish Historical Society of Maryland (25 October 1987–19 June 1988)

Description

The history and development of Maryland’s Jewish community, told with particular emphasis on the groups of immigrants who came to settle in this region, and the contributions they made to both their host state and their own people. Variety of historical and artistic exhibits, many of them lent by local families. Basic, unnumbered entries. 165 items.

main keywords

CEREMONIAL OBJECTSCOSTUMEHISTORICAL DOCUMENTSMARYLANDPHOTOGRAPHSTORAH ORNAMENTS

minor keywords

BesamimCandlesticks/CandelabraChuppahHanukkah lampsHistorical photographsKetubbotKeysKiddush cupsMizrachPortraitsShabbat lampsSoldiers (Jewish) & related objectsTassTorah bindersTzedakah boxes/containersUnited StatesYad

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