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Klau Library (Cincinnati)
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The Klau Library is one of the most extensive Jewish libraries
in the world. With 420,000 printed items of Judaica, the Library
is the second largest collection of printed Judaica in the world
- second only to the Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem.
It contains over 700,000 volumes, among them 150 incunabula, more
than 2,000 manuscript codices, and many thousands of pages of archival
documents. Special collections include Jewish Americana, music,
an outstanding Spinoza collection, and extensive microforms. It
also houses the American Jewish Periodical Center, which preserves
American Jewish periodicals and newspapers on microfilm. More than
875 titles, with over 12,000,000 pages, are available in the Center.
Klau Library (New
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The Klau Library, which contains over 130,000 volumes, is especially
rich in Hebrew literature, Jewish history and thought, rabbinics,
and Jewish music. Its collection also includes sounds recordings,
sheet music, and microfilms. The Library also houses a branch of
the American Jewish Periodical Center and the American Jewish Archives.
Go to the Frances-Henry Library
The Frances-Henry Library contains over 100,000 volumes of Judaica
and Hebraica as well as periodicals, microfilms, records, tapes,
and CD-ROMs covering every aspect of Jewish intellectual endeavor.
The Library also houses the Joseph H. Rosenberg Branch of the American
Jewish Archives, a branch of the American Jewish Periodical Center,
the Joseph Periodical Room, and the Jacob Sonderling Conference
S. Zalman &
Ayala Abramov Library (Jerusalem)
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Zalman & Ayala Abramov Library
The S. Zalman and Ayala Abramov Library, which was dedicated in
March of 1988, has the capacity of holding over 100,000 volumes
of Hebraica, Judaica, and Near Eastern Archaeology. Its special
collections include the personal archaeology library of the late
Professor Yigal Yadin, the Spinoza collection of Professor Fritz
Bamberger, and thousands of books and pamphlets on the American
Jewish experience including microfilms of materials from HUC-JIR's
American Jewish Archives in Cincinnati. The Abramov Library houses
the Danny Rechler Student Computer Center and the Zimmerman Family
Special Collections Study Complex.
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