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(formerly The Jewish National and University Library/JNUL)
Comprehensive collection of online resources freely available in a wide range of subjects and media, including E-Journals, Scanned Books & Newspapers, Photography, Manuscripts, Music and much more. Searchable in Hebrew, Arabic, and English.
The Center for Jewish History allows guest access with partnership from the American Jewish Historical Society, American Sephardi Federation, Leo Baeck Institute, Yeshiva University Museum and the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research.
National and community level social scientific studies of the North American Jewish population
A repository of both national and community level social scientific studies of the North American Jewish population. The collection includes both contemporary and historical data. (Access is free but users must register with a username and password.)
Roman Vishniac's iconic photographs documented the rise of Nazi power, Jewish communities in America and survivors in post-war Europe. This is an excellent website of the International Center of Photography including documentaries and photo archives.