Annual Book Sale at the Frances-Henry Library at HUC-JIR/Los Angeles

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Celebrating Jewish Book Month, the Frances-Henry Library held its annual book sale from November 17-19.  As is the Library’s custom, the first day and the reduced prices, are exclusive to HUC-JIR students, staff & faculty.  A pre-holiday season jewelry sale took place as well, with jewelry designed by a California artist and 20% of the proceeds donated to the Los Angeles Book Fund.

Hundreds of books of Judaica, Hebraica, and of general interest were available for purchase.

The Frances-Henry Library contains one of the largest Judaica collections in Los Angeles and boasts more than 100,000 bound volumes in its collection.  It also houses a specialized collection of periodicals, microfilms, records, and compact disks.  www.huc.edu/libraries/LA/


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