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JewishGen.org and The Museum of the Jewish People Announce A Strategic Partnership #rabbinic

Groll, Avraham
 

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / NEW YORK, NY -- JewishGen.org and The Museum of the
Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot announced a strategic partnership today,
bringing together two of the Jewish world's most iconic names for
innovation in advancing online genealogy and identity exploration.
The partnership envisions the that the family tree collections held by
both parties, accounting for nearly 20,000 trees in total, will be
completely accessible to visitors of both JewishGen.org and The Museum
of the Jewish People. Beginning in the late Fall 2018, researchers will
be provided with unprecedented access to vital Jewish family history
information that is available in no other facility. This new search
platform will dramatically increase the likelihood that researchers will
find information they are seeking.

Avraham Groll, Director of JewishGen.org, stated, "JewishGen is committed
to doing everything we can to provide the highest quality of access to
records, information, and tools that researchers can utilize in their
quest to connect with relatives, discover their unique family history,
and understand what it means to be part of the Jewish people. Our new
partnership with The Museum of the Jewish People will help us achieve
this goal, by eliminating the need to spend time or financial resources
searching multiple facilities. For JewishGen, connecting with the Museum
of the Jewish People comes during a stage of significant growth >from both
an archival and technological perspective, and as we set ambitious
strategic priorities for the years to come, I believe that this new
relationship will herald continued opportunities for our organizations to
collaborate on behalf of the entirety of the Jewish people."

"Too often we see organizations cajoling for space and prominence, when
they should be aligning. The treasures that JewishGen and the Museum of
the Jewish People have each built up over the decades are invaluable and
irreplaceable, and it’s a privilege to be able to re-make that
connection, through technology and partnership building," said Dan Tadmor,
CEO of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot.

For the Museum, connecting its Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
with JewishGen comes during the final development stages of its new "Open
Databases Project," due for launch later this year. The system will
integrate each of the Museum’s five separate databases together with
outside archives >from partners such as JewishGen, allowing users to
curate their own personalized library of Jewish life, drawing on
genealogy, community, photography, music and film.

What's more, through an open API and an enhanced data upload function,
both developers and personal users can further enrich the archives at any
point, by uploading their own institutional, personal and family content,
creating a shared, online repository for centuries of Jewish life and
culture.

###
About JewishGen
JewishGen.org, a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living
Memorial to the Holocaust family, is the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world. Utilizing cutting edge
technology, it provides access to tens of millions of records, and has
developed an online community of nearly one million people. With an
extensive knowledge center of unparalleled scope, JewishGen continues to
focus on its core mission of preserving Jewish family history and
heritage for future generations.

About The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
Established nearly forty years ago, Beit Hatfutsot remains the sole
institution anywhere in the world devoted to sharing the complete story
of the Jewish people with millions of visitors >from all walks of life.
Today, reimagined as the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot,
the museum works on-site, online and around the world to build
connections across the Jewish people through a diverse, innovative
celebration of 4,000 years of Jewish life, culture and history, engaging
to those of any age, background or lifestyle. Major supporters include
The Nadav Foundation, The Government of Israel, The Koret Foundation,
Ambassador Alfred H. Moses and Family, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family
Foundation, Tad Taube, Ann and Andrew Tisch and others.
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
!5 Klausner Street • Tel Aviv 6139202 • Israel


JewishGen.org and The Museum of the Jewish People Announce A Strategic Partnership #scandinavia

Groll, Avraham
 

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / NEW YORK, NY -- JewishGen.org and The Museum of the
Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot announced a strategic partnership today,
bringing together two of the Jewish world's most iconic names for
innovation in advancing online genealogy and identity exploration.
The partnership envisions the that the family tree collections held by
both parties, accounting for nearly 20,000 trees in total, will be
completely accessible to visitors of both JewishGen.org and The Museum
of the Jewish People. Beginning in the late Fall 2018, researchers will
be provided with unprecedented access to vital Jewish family history
information that is available in no other facility. This new search
platform will dramatically increase the likelihood that researchers will
find information they are seeking.

Avraham Groll, Director of JewishGen.org, stated, "JewishGen is committed
to doing everything we can to provide the highest quality of access to
records, information, and tools that researchers can utilize in their
quest to connect with relatives, discover their unique family history,
and understand what it means to be part of the Jewish people. Our new
partnership with The Museum of the Jewish People will help us achieve
this goal, by eliminating the need to spend time or financial resources
searching multiple facilities. For JewishGen, connecting with the Museum
of the Jewish People comes during a stage of significant growth >from both
an archival and technological perspective, and as we set ambitious
strategic priorities for the years to come, I believe that this new
relationship will herald continued opportunities for our organizations to
collaborate on behalf of the entirety of the Jewish people."

"Too often we see organizations cajoling for space and prominence, when
they should be aligning. The treasures that JewishGen and the Museum of
the Jewish People have each built up over the decades are invaluable and
irreplaceable, and it’s a privilege to be able to re-make that
connection, through technology and partnership building," said Dan Tadmor,
CEO of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot.

For the Museum, connecting its Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
with JewishGen comes during the final development stages of its new "Open
Databases Project," due for launch later this year. The system will
integrate each of the Museum’s five separate databases together with
outside archives >from partners such as JewishGen, allowing users to
curate their own personalized library of Jewish life, drawing on
genealogy, community, photography, music and film.

What's more, through an open API and an enhanced data upload function,
both developers and personal users can further enrich the archives at any
point, by uploading their own institutional, personal and family content,
creating a shared, online repository for centuries of Jewish life and
culture.

###
About JewishGen
JewishGen.org, a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living
Memorial to the Holocaust family, is the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world. Utilizing cutting edge
technology, it provides access to tens of millions of records, and has
developed an online community of nearly one million people. With an
extensive knowledge center of unparalleled scope, JewishGen continues to
focus on its core mission of preserving Jewish family history and
heritage for future generations.

About The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
Established nearly forty years ago, Beit Hatfutsot remains the sole
institution anywhere in the world devoted to sharing the complete story
of the Jewish people with millions of visitors >from all walks of life.
Today, reimagined as the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot,
the museum works on-site, online and around the world to build
connections across the Jewish people through a diverse, innovative
celebration of 4,000 years of Jewish life, culture and history, engaging
to those of any age, background or lifestyle. Major supporters include
The Nadav Foundation, The Government of Israel, The Koret Foundation,
Ambassador Alfred H. Moses and Family, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family
Foundation, Tad Taube, Ann and Andrew Tisch and others.
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
!5 Klausner Street • Tel Aviv 6139202 • Israel


JewishGen.org and The Museum of the Jewish People Announce A Strategic Partnership #sephardic

Groll, Avraham
 

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / NEW YORK, NY -- JewishGen.org and The Museum of the
Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot announced a strategic partnership today,
bringing together two of the Jewish world's most iconic names for
innovation in advancing online genealogy and identity exploration.
The partnership envisions the that the family tree collections held by
both parties, accounting for nearly 20,000 trees in total, will be
completely accessible to visitors of both JewishGen.org and The Museum
of the Jewish People. Beginning in the late Fall 2018, researchers will
be provided with unprecedented access to vital Jewish family history
information that is available in no other facility. This new search
platform will dramatically increase the likelihood that researchers will
find information they are seeking.

Avraham Groll, Director of JewishGen.org, stated, "JewishGen is committed
to doing everything we can to provide the highest quality of access to
records, information, and tools that researchers can utilize in their
quest to connect with relatives, discover their unique family history,
and understand what it means to be part of the Jewish people. Our new
partnership with The Museum of the Jewish People will help us achieve
this goal, by eliminating the need to spend time or financial resources
searching multiple facilities. For JewishGen, connecting with the Museum
of the Jewish People comes during a stage of significant growth >from both
an archival and technological perspective, and as we set ambitious
strategic priorities for the years to come, I believe that this new
relationship will herald continued opportunities for our organizations to
collaborate on behalf of the entirety of the Jewish people."

"Too often we see organizations cajoling for space and prominence, when
they should be aligning. The treasures that JewishGen and the Museum of
the Jewish People have each built up over the decades are invaluable and
irreplaceable, and it’s a privilege to be able to re-make that
connection, through technology and partnership building," said Dan Tadmor,
CEO of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot.

For the Museum, connecting its Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
with JewishGen comes during the final development stages of its new "Open
Databases Project," due for launch later this year. The system will
integrate each of the Museum’s five separate databases together with
outside archives >from partners such as JewishGen, allowing users to
curate their own personalized library of Jewish life, drawing on
genealogy, community, photography, music and film.

What's more, through an open API and an enhanced data upload function,
both developers and personal users can further enrich the archives at any
point, by uploading their own institutional, personal and family content,
creating a shared, online repository for centuries of Jewish life and
culture.

###
About JewishGen
JewishGen.org, a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living
Memorial to the Holocaust family, is the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world. Utilizing cutting edge
technology, it provides access to tens of millions of records, and has
developed an online community of nearly one million people. With an
extensive knowledge center of unparalleled scope, JewishGen continues to
focus on its core mission of preserving Jewish family history and
heritage for future generations.

About The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
Established nearly forty years ago, Beit Hatfutsot remains the sole
institution anywhere in the world devoted to sharing the complete story
of the Jewish people with millions of visitors >from all walks of life.
Today, reimagined as the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot,
the museum works on-site, online and around the world to build
connections across the Jewish people through a diverse, innovative
celebration of 4,000 years of Jewish life, culture and history, engaging
to those of any age, background or lifestyle. Major supporters include
The Nadav Foundation, The Government of Israel, The Koret Foundation,
Ambassador Alfred H. Moses and Family, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family
Foundation, Tad Taube, Ann and Andrew Tisch and others.
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
!5 Klausner Street • Tel Aviv 6139202 • Israel


JewishGen.org and The Museum of the Jewish People Announce A Strategic Partnership #yizkorbooks

Groll, Avraham
 

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / NEW YORK, NY -- JewishGen.org and The Museum of the
Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot announced a strategic partnership today,
bringing together two of the Jewish world's most iconic names for
innovation in advancing online genealogy and identity exploration.
The partnership envisions the that the family tree collections held by
both parties, accounting for nearly 20,000 trees in total, will be
completely accessible to visitors of both JewishGen.org and The Museum
of the Jewish People. Beginning in the late Fall 2018, researchers will
be provided with unprecedented access to vital Jewish family history
information that is available in no other facility. This new search
platform will dramatically increase the likelihood that researchers will
find information they are seeking.

Avraham Groll, Director of JewishGen.org, stated, "JewishGen is committed
to doing everything we can to provide the highest quality of access to
records, information, and tools that researchers can utilize in their
quest to connect with relatives, discover their unique family history,
and understand what it means to be part of the Jewish people. Our new
partnership with The Museum of the Jewish People will help us achieve
this goal, by eliminating the need to spend time or financial resources
searching multiple facilities. For JewishGen, connecting with the Museum
of the Jewish People comes during a stage of significant growth >from both
an archival and technological perspective, and as we set ambitious
strategic priorities for the years to come, I believe that this new
relationship will herald continued opportunities for our organizations to
collaborate on behalf of the entirety of the Jewish people."

"Too often we see organizations cajoling for space and prominence, when
they should be aligning. The treasures that JewishGen and the Museum of
the Jewish People have each built up over the decades are invaluable and
irreplaceable, and it’s a privilege to be able to re-make that
connection, through technology and partnership building," said Dan Tadmor,
CEO of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot.

For the Museum, connecting its Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
with JewishGen comes during the final development stages of its new "Open
Databases Project," due for launch later this year. The system will
integrate each of the Museum’s five separate databases together with
outside archives >from partners such as JewishGen, allowing users to
curate their own personalized library of Jewish life, drawing on
genealogy, community, photography, music and film.

What's more, through an open API and an enhanced data upload function,
both developers and personal users can further enrich the archives at any
point, by uploading their own institutional, personal and family content,
creating a shared, online repository for centuries of Jewish life and
culture.

###
About JewishGen
JewishGen.org, a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living
Memorial to the Holocaust family, is the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world. Utilizing cutting edge
technology, it provides access to tens of millions of records, and has
developed an online community of nearly one million people. With an
extensive knowledge center of unparalleled scope, JewishGen continues to
focus on its core mission of preserving Jewish family history and
heritage for future generations.

About The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
Established nearly forty years ago, Beit Hatfutsot remains the sole
institution anywhere in the world devoted to sharing the complete story
of the Jewish people with millions of visitors >from all walks of life.
Today, reimagined as the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot,
the museum works on-site, online and around the world to build
connections across the Jewish people through a diverse, innovative
celebration of 4,000 years of Jewish life, culture and history, engaging
to those of any age, background or lifestyle. Major supporters include
The Nadav Foundation, The Government of Israel, The Koret Foundation,
Ambassador Alfred H. Moses and Family, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family
Foundation, Tad Taube, Ann and Andrew Tisch and others.
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
!5 Klausner Street • Tel Aviv 6139202 • Israel


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic JewishGen.org and The Museum of the Jewish People Announce A Strategic Partnership #rabbinic

Groll, Avraham
 

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / NEW YORK, NY -- JewishGen.org and The Museum of the
Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot announced a strategic partnership today,
bringing together two of the Jewish world's most iconic names for
innovation in advancing online genealogy and identity exploration.
The partnership envisions the that the family tree collections held by
both parties, accounting for nearly 20,000 trees in total, will be
completely accessible to visitors of both JewishGen.org and The Museum
of the Jewish People. Beginning in the late Fall 2018, researchers will
be provided with unprecedented access to vital Jewish family history
information that is available in no other facility. This new search
platform will dramatically increase the likelihood that researchers will
find information they are seeking.

Avraham Groll, Director of JewishGen.org, stated, "JewishGen is committed
to doing everything we can to provide the highest quality of access to
records, information, and tools that researchers can utilize in their
quest to connect with relatives, discover their unique family history,
and understand what it means to be part of the Jewish people. Our new
partnership with The Museum of the Jewish People will help us achieve
this goal, by eliminating the need to spend time or financial resources
searching multiple facilities. For JewishGen, connecting with the Museum
of the Jewish People comes during a stage of significant growth >from both
an archival and technological perspective, and as we set ambitious
strategic priorities for the years to come, I believe that this new
relationship will herald continued opportunities for our organizations to
collaborate on behalf of the entirety of the Jewish people."

"Too often we see organizations cajoling for space and prominence, when
they should be aligning. The treasures that JewishGen and the Museum of
the Jewish People have each built up over the decades are invaluable and
irreplaceable, and it’s a privilege to be able to re-make that
connection, through technology and partnership building," said Dan Tadmor,
CEO of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot.

For the Museum, connecting its Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
with JewishGen comes during the final development stages of its new "Open
Databases Project," due for launch later this year. The system will
integrate each of the Museum’s five separate databases together with
outside archives >from partners such as JewishGen, allowing users to
curate their own personalized library of Jewish life, drawing on
genealogy, community, photography, music and film.

What's more, through an open API and an enhanced data upload function,
both developers and personal users can further enrich the archives at any
point, by uploading their own institutional, personal and family content,
creating a shared, online repository for centuries of Jewish life and
culture.

###
About JewishGen
JewishGen.org, a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living
Memorial to the Holocaust family, is the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world. Utilizing cutting edge
technology, it provides access to tens of millions of records, and has
developed an online community of nearly one million people. With an
extensive knowledge center of unparalleled scope, JewishGen continues to
focus on its core mission of preserving Jewish family history and
heritage for future generations.

About The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
Established nearly forty years ago, Beit Hatfutsot remains the sole
institution anywhere in the world devoted to sharing the complete story
of the Jewish people with millions of visitors >from all walks of life.
Today, reimagined as the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot,
the museum works on-site, online and around the world to build
connections across the Jewish people through a diverse, innovative
celebration of 4,000 years of Jewish life, culture and history, engaging
to those of any age, background or lifestyle. Major supporters include
The Nadav Foundation, The Government of Israel, The Koret Foundation,
Ambassador Alfred H. Moses and Family, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family
Foundation, Tad Taube, Ann and Andrew Tisch and others.
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
!5 Klausner Street • Tel Aviv 6139202 • Israel


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia JewishGen.org and The Museum of the Jewish People Announce A Strategic Partnership #scandinavia

Groll, Avraham
 

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / NEW YORK, NY -- JewishGen.org and The Museum of the
Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot announced a strategic partnership today,
bringing together two of the Jewish world's most iconic names for
innovation in advancing online genealogy and identity exploration.
The partnership envisions the that the family tree collections held by
both parties, accounting for nearly 20,000 trees in total, will be
completely accessible to visitors of both JewishGen.org and The Museum
of the Jewish People. Beginning in the late Fall 2018, researchers will
be provided with unprecedented access to vital Jewish family history
information that is available in no other facility. This new search
platform will dramatically increase the likelihood that researchers will
find information they are seeking.

Avraham Groll, Director of JewishGen.org, stated, "JewishGen is committed
to doing everything we can to provide the highest quality of access to
records, information, and tools that researchers can utilize in their
quest to connect with relatives, discover their unique family history,
and understand what it means to be part of the Jewish people. Our new
partnership with The Museum of the Jewish People will help us achieve
this goal, by eliminating the need to spend time or financial resources
searching multiple facilities. For JewishGen, connecting with the Museum
of the Jewish People comes during a stage of significant growth >from both
an archival and technological perspective, and as we set ambitious
strategic priorities for the years to come, I believe that this new
relationship will herald continued opportunities for our organizations to
collaborate on behalf of the entirety of the Jewish people."

"Too often we see organizations cajoling for space and prominence, when
they should be aligning. The treasures that JewishGen and the Museum of
the Jewish People have each built up over the decades are invaluable and
irreplaceable, and it’s a privilege to be able to re-make that
connection, through technology and partnership building," said Dan Tadmor,
CEO of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot.

For the Museum, connecting its Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
with JewishGen comes during the final development stages of its new "Open
Databases Project," due for launch later this year. The system will
integrate each of the Museum’s five separate databases together with
outside archives >from partners such as JewishGen, allowing users to
curate their own personalized library of Jewish life, drawing on
genealogy, community, photography, music and film.

What's more, through an open API and an enhanced data upload function,
both developers and personal users can further enrich the archives at any
point, by uploading their own institutional, personal and family content,
creating a shared, online repository for centuries of Jewish life and
culture.

###
About JewishGen
JewishGen.org, a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living
Memorial to the Holocaust family, is the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world. Utilizing cutting edge
technology, it provides access to tens of millions of records, and has
developed an online community of nearly one million people. With an
extensive knowledge center of unparalleled scope, JewishGen continues to
focus on its core mission of preserving Jewish family history and
heritage for future generations.

About The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
Established nearly forty years ago, Beit Hatfutsot remains the sole
institution anywhere in the world devoted to sharing the complete story
of the Jewish people with millions of visitors >from all walks of life.
Today, reimagined as the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot,
the museum works on-site, online and around the world to build
connections across the Jewish people through a diverse, innovative
celebration of 4,000 years of Jewish life, culture and history, engaging
to those of any age, background or lifestyle. Major supporters include
The Nadav Foundation, The Government of Israel, The Koret Foundation,
Ambassador Alfred H. Moses and Family, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family
Foundation, Tad Taube, Ann and Andrew Tisch and others.
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
!5 Klausner Street • Tel Aviv 6139202 • Israel


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim JewishGen.org and The Museum of the Jewish People Announce A Strategic Partnership #sephardic

Groll, Avraham
 

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / NEW YORK, NY -- JewishGen.org and The Museum of the
Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot announced a strategic partnership today,
bringing together two of the Jewish world's most iconic names for
innovation in advancing online genealogy and identity exploration.
The partnership envisions the that the family tree collections held by
both parties, accounting for nearly 20,000 trees in total, will be
completely accessible to visitors of both JewishGen.org and The Museum
of the Jewish People. Beginning in the late Fall 2018, researchers will
be provided with unprecedented access to vital Jewish family history
information that is available in no other facility. This new search
platform will dramatically increase the likelihood that researchers will
find information they are seeking.

Avraham Groll, Director of JewishGen.org, stated, "JewishGen is committed
to doing everything we can to provide the highest quality of access to
records, information, and tools that researchers can utilize in their
quest to connect with relatives, discover their unique family history,
and understand what it means to be part of the Jewish people. Our new
partnership with The Museum of the Jewish People will help us achieve
this goal, by eliminating the need to spend time or financial resources
searching multiple facilities. For JewishGen, connecting with the Museum
of the Jewish People comes during a stage of significant growth >from both
an archival and technological perspective, and as we set ambitious
strategic priorities for the years to come, I believe that this new
relationship will herald continued opportunities for our organizations to
collaborate on behalf of the entirety of the Jewish people."

"Too often we see organizations cajoling for space and prominence, when
they should be aligning. The treasures that JewishGen and the Museum of
the Jewish People have each built up over the decades are invaluable and
irreplaceable, and it’s a privilege to be able to re-make that
connection, through technology and partnership building," said Dan Tadmor,
CEO of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot.

For the Museum, connecting its Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
with JewishGen comes during the final development stages of its new "Open
Databases Project," due for launch later this year. The system will
integrate each of the Museum’s five separate databases together with
outside archives >from partners such as JewishGen, allowing users to
curate their own personalized library of Jewish life, drawing on
genealogy, community, photography, music and film.

What's more, through an open API and an enhanced data upload function,
both developers and personal users can further enrich the archives at any
point, by uploading their own institutional, personal and family content,
creating a shared, online repository for centuries of Jewish life and
culture.

###
About JewishGen
JewishGen.org, a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living
Memorial to the Holocaust family, is the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world. Utilizing cutting edge
technology, it provides access to tens of millions of records, and has
developed an online community of nearly one million people. With an
extensive knowledge center of unparalleled scope, JewishGen continues to
focus on its core mission of preserving Jewish family history and
heritage for future generations.

About The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
Established nearly forty years ago, Beit Hatfutsot remains the sole
institution anywhere in the world devoted to sharing the complete story
of the Jewish people with millions of visitors >from all walks of life.
Today, reimagined as the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot,
the museum works on-site, online and around the world to build
connections across the Jewish people through a diverse, innovative
celebration of 4,000 years of Jewish life, culture and history, engaging
to those of any age, background or lifestyle. Major supporters include
The Nadav Foundation, The Government of Israel, The Koret Foundation,
Ambassador Alfred H. Moses and Family, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family
Foundation, Tad Taube, Ann and Andrew Tisch and others.
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
!5 Klausner Street • Tel Aviv 6139202 • Israel


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks JewishGen.org and The Museum of the Jewish People Announce A Strategic Partnership #yizkorbooks

Groll, Avraham
 

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / NEW YORK, NY -- JewishGen.org and The Museum of the
Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot announced a strategic partnership today,
bringing together two of the Jewish world's most iconic names for
innovation in advancing online genealogy and identity exploration.
The partnership envisions the that the family tree collections held by
both parties, accounting for nearly 20,000 trees in total, will be
completely accessible to visitors of both JewishGen.org and The Museum
of the Jewish People. Beginning in the late Fall 2018, researchers will
be provided with unprecedented access to vital Jewish family history
information that is available in no other facility. This new search
platform will dramatically increase the likelihood that researchers will
find information they are seeking.

Avraham Groll, Director of JewishGen.org, stated, "JewishGen is committed
to doing everything we can to provide the highest quality of access to
records, information, and tools that researchers can utilize in their
quest to connect with relatives, discover their unique family history,
and understand what it means to be part of the Jewish people. Our new
partnership with The Museum of the Jewish People will help us achieve
this goal, by eliminating the need to spend time or financial resources
searching multiple facilities. For JewishGen, connecting with the Museum
of the Jewish People comes during a stage of significant growth >from both
an archival and technological perspective, and as we set ambitious
strategic priorities for the years to come, I believe that this new
relationship will herald continued opportunities for our organizations to
collaborate on behalf of the entirety of the Jewish people."

"Too often we see organizations cajoling for space and prominence, when
they should be aligning. The treasures that JewishGen and the Museum of
the Jewish People have each built up over the decades are invaluable and
irreplaceable, and it’s a privilege to be able to re-make that
connection, through technology and partnership building," said Dan Tadmor,
CEO of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot.

For the Museum, connecting its Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
with JewishGen comes during the final development stages of its new "Open
Databases Project," due for launch later this year. The system will
integrate each of the Museum’s five separate databases together with
outside archives >from partners such as JewishGen, allowing users to
curate their own personalized library of Jewish life, drawing on
genealogy, community, photography, music and film.

What's more, through an open API and an enhanced data upload function,
both developers and personal users can further enrich the archives at any
point, by uploading their own institutional, personal and family content,
creating a shared, online repository for centuries of Jewish life and
culture.

###
About JewishGen
JewishGen.org, a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living
Memorial to the Holocaust family, is the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world. Utilizing cutting edge
technology, it provides access to tens of millions of records, and has
developed an online community of nearly one million people. With an
extensive knowledge center of unparalleled scope, JewishGen continues to
focus on its core mission of preserving Jewish family history and
heritage for future generations.

About The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
Established nearly forty years ago, Beit Hatfutsot remains the sole
institution anywhere in the world devoted to sharing the complete story
of the Jewish people with millions of visitors >from all walks of life.
Today, reimagined as the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot,
the museum works on-site, online and around the world to build
connections across the Jewish people through a diverse, innovative
celebration of 4,000 years of Jewish life, culture and history, engaging
to those of any age, background or lifestyle. Major supporters include
The Nadav Foundation, The Government of Israel, The Koret Foundation,
Ambassador Alfred H. Moses and Family, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family
Foundation, Tad Taube, Ann and Andrew Tisch and others.
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
!5 Klausner Street • Tel Aviv 6139202 • Israel


JewishGen.org and The Museum of the Jewish People Announce A Strategic Partnership #poland #danzig #gdansk #germany

Groll, Avraham
 

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / NEW YORK, NY -- JewishGen.org and The Museum of the
Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot announced a strategic partnership today,
bringing together two of the Jewish world's most iconic names for
innovation in advancing online genealogy and identity exploration.
The partnership envisions the that the family tree collections held by
both parties, accounting for nearly 20,000 trees in total, will be
completely accessible to visitors of both JewishGen.org and The Museum
of the Jewish People. Beginning in the late Fall 2018, researchers will
be provided with unprecedented access to vital Jewish family history
information that is available in no other facility. This new search
platform will dramatically increase the likelihood that researchers will
find information they are seeking.

Avraham Groll, Director of JewishGen.org, stated, "JewishGen is committed
to doing everything we can to provide the highest quality of access to
records, information, and tools that researchers can utilize in their
quest to connect with relatives, discover their unique family history,
and understand what it means to be part of the Jewish people. Our new
partnership with The Museum of the Jewish People will help us achieve
this goal, by eliminating the need to spend time or financial resources
searching multiple facilities. For JewishGen, connecting with the Museum
of the Jewish People comes during a stage of significant growth >from both
an archival and technological perspective, and as we set ambitious
strategic priorities for the years to come, I believe that this new
relationship will herald continued opportunities for our organizations to
collaborate on behalf of the entirety of the Jewish people."

"Too often we see organizations cajoling for space and prominence, when
they should be aligning. The treasures that JewishGen and the Museum of
the Jewish People have each built up over the decades are invaluable and
irreplaceable, and it’s a privilege to be able to re-make that
connection, through technology and partnership building," said Dan Tadmor,
CEO of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot.

For the Museum, connecting its Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
with JewishGen comes during the final development stages of its new "Open
Databases Project," due for launch later this year. The system will
integrate each of the Museum’s five separate databases together with
outside archives >from partners such as JewishGen, allowing users to
curate their own personalized library of Jewish life, drawing on
genealogy, community, photography, music and film.

What's more, through an open API and an enhanced data upload function,
both developers and personal users can further enrich the archives at any
point, by uploading their own institutional, personal and family content,
creating a shared, online repository for centuries of Jewish life and
culture.

###
About JewishGen
JewishGen.org, a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living
Memorial to the Holocaust family, is the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world. Utilizing cutting edge
technology, it provides access to tens of millions of records, and has
developed an online community of nearly one million people. With an
extensive knowledge center of unparalleled scope, JewishGen continues to
focus on its core mission of preserving Jewish family history and
heritage for future generations.

About The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
Established nearly forty years ago, Beit Hatfutsot remains the sole
institution anywhere in the world devoted to sharing the complete story
of the Jewish people with millions of visitors >from all walks of life.
Today, reimagined as the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot,
the museum works on-site, online and around the world to build
connections across the Jewish people through a diverse, innovative
celebration of 4,000 years of Jewish life, culture and history, engaging
to those of any age, background or lifestyle. Major supporters include
The Nadav Foundation, The Government of Israel, The Koret Foundation,
Ambassador Alfred H. Moses and Family, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family
Foundation, Tad Taube, Ann and Andrew Tisch and others.
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
!5 Klausner Street • Tel Aviv 6139202 • Israel


JewishGen.org and The Museum of the Jewish People Announce A Strategic Partnership #dna

Groll, Avraham
 

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / NEW YORK, NY -- JewishGen.org and The Museum of the
Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot announced a strategic partnership today,
bringing together two of the Jewish world's most iconic names for
innovation in advancing online genealogy and identity exploration.
The partnership envisions the that the family tree collections held by
both parties, accounting for nearly 20,000 trees in total, will be
completely accessible to visitors of both JewishGen.org and The Museum
of the Jewish People. Beginning in the late Fall 2018, researchers will
be provided with unprecedented access to vital Jewish family history
information that is available in no other facility. This new search
platform will dramatically increase the likelihood that researchers will
find information they are seeking.

Avraham Groll, Director of JewishGen.org, stated, "JewishGen is committed
to doing everything we can to provide the highest quality of access to
records, information, and tools that researchers can utilize in their
quest to connect with relatives, discover their unique family history,
and understand what it means to be part of the Jewish people. Our new
partnership with The Museum of the Jewish People will help us achieve
this goal, by eliminating the need to spend time or financial resources
searching multiple facilities. For JewishGen, connecting with the Museum
of the Jewish People comes during a stage of significant growth >from both
an archival and technological perspective, and as we set ambitious
strategic priorities for the years to come, I believe that this new
relationship will herald continued opportunities for our organizations to
collaborate on behalf of the entirety of the Jewish people."

"Too often we see organizations cajoling for space and prominence, when
they should be aligning. The treasures that JewishGen and the Museum of
the Jewish People have each built up over the decades are invaluable and
irreplaceable, and it’s a privilege to be able to re-make that
connection, through technology and partnership building," said Dan Tadmor,
CEO of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot.

For the Museum, connecting its Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
with JewishGen comes during the final development stages of its new "Open
Databases Project," due for launch later this year. The system will
integrate each of the Museum’s five separate databases together with
outside archives >from partners such as JewishGen, allowing users to
curate their own personalized library of Jewish life, drawing on
genealogy, community, photography, music and film.

What's more, through an open API and an enhanced data upload function,
both developers and personal users can further enrich the archives at any
point, by uploading their own institutional, personal and family content,
creating a shared, online repository for centuries of Jewish life and
culture.

###
About JewishGen
JewishGen.org, a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living
Memorial to the Holocaust family, is the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world. Utilizing cutting edge
technology, it provides access to tens of millions of records, and has
developed an online community of nearly one million people. With an
extensive knowledge center of unparalleled scope, JewishGen continues to
focus on its core mission of preserving Jewish family history and
heritage for future generations.

About The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
Established nearly forty years ago, Beit Hatfutsot remains the sole
institution anywhere in the world devoted to sharing the complete story
of the Jewish people with millions of visitors >from all walks of life.
Today, reimagined as the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot,
the museum works on-site, online and around the world to build
connections across the Jewish people through a diverse, innovative
celebration of 4,000 years of Jewish life, culture and history, engaging
to those of any age, background or lifestyle. Major supporters include
The Nadav Foundation, The Government of Israel, The Koret Foundation,
Ambassador Alfred H. Moses and Family, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family
Foundation, Tad Taube, Ann and Andrew Tisch and others.
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
!5 Klausner Street • Tel Aviv 6139202 • Israel


JewishGen.org and The Museum of the Jewish People Announce A Strategic Partnership #latvia

Groll, Avraham
 

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / NEW YORK, NY -- JewishGen.org and The Museum of the
Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot announced a strategic partnership today,
bringing together two of the Jewish world's most iconic names for
innovation in advancing online genealogy and identity exploration.
The partnership envisions the that the family tree collections held by
both parties, accounting for nearly 20,000 trees in total, will be
completely accessible to visitors of both JewishGen.org and The Museum
of the Jewish People. Beginning in the late Fall 2018, researchers will
be provided with unprecedented access to vital Jewish family history
information that is available in no other facility. This new search
platform will dramatically increase the likelihood that researchers will
find information they are seeking.

Avraham Groll, Director of JewishGen.org, stated, "JewishGen is committed
to doing everything we can to provide the highest quality of access to
records, information, and tools that researchers can utilize in their
quest to connect with relatives, discover their unique family history,
and understand what it means to be part of the Jewish people. Our new
partnership with The Museum of the Jewish People will help us achieve
this goal, by eliminating the need to spend time or financial resources
searching multiple facilities. For JewishGen, connecting with the Museum
of the Jewish People comes during a stage of significant growth >from both
an archival and technological perspective, and as we set ambitious
strategic priorities for the years to come, I believe that this new
relationship will herald continued opportunities for our organizations to
collaborate on behalf of the entirety of the Jewish people."

"Too often we see organizations cajoling for space and prominence, when
they should be aligning. The treasures that JewishGen and the Museum of
the Jewish People have each built up over the decades are invaluable and
irreplaceable, and it’s a privilege to be able to re-make that
connection, through technology and partnership building," said Dan Tadmor,
CEO of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot.

For the Museum, connecting its Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
with JewishGen comes during the final development stages of its new "Open
Databases Project," due for launch later this year. The system will
integrate each of the Museum’s five separate databases together with
outside archives >from partners such as JewishGen, allowing users to
curate their own personalized library of Jewish life, drawing on
genealogy, community, photography, music and film.

What's more, through an open API and an enhanced data upload function,
both developers and personal users can further enrich the archives at any
point, by uploading their own institutional, personal and family content,
creating a shared, online repository for centuries of Jewish life and
culture.

###
About JewishGen
JewishGen.org, a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living
Memorial to the Holocaust family, is the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world. Utilizing cutting edge
technology, it provides access to tens of millions of records, and has
developed an online community of nearly one million people. With an
extensive knowledge center of unparalleled scope, JewishGen continues to
focus on its core mission of preserving Jewish family history and
heritage for future generations.

About The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
Established nearly forty years ago, Beit Hatfutsot remains the sole
institution anywhere in the world devoted to sharing the complete story
of the Jewish people with millions of visitors >from all walks of life.
Today, reimagined as the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot,
the museum works on-site, online and around the world to build
connections across the Jewish people through a diverse, innovative
celebration of 4,000 years of Jewish life, culture and history, engaging
to those of any age, background or lifestyle. Major supporters include
The Nadav Foundation, The Government of Israel, The Koret Foundation,
Ambassador Alfred H. Moses and Family, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family
Foundation, Tad Taube, Ann and Andrew Tisch and others.
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
!5 Klausner Street • Tel Aviv 6139202 • Israel


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland JewishGen.org and The Museum of the Jewish People Announce A Strategic Partnership #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Groll, Avraham
 

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / NEW YORK, NY -- JewishGen.org and The Museum of the
Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot announced a strategic partnership today,
bringing together two of the Jewish world's most iconic names for
innovation in advancing online genealogy and identity exploration.
The partnership envisions the that the family tree collections held by
both parties, accounting for nearly 20,000 trees in total, will be
completely accessible to visitors of both JewishGen.org and The Museum
of the Jewish People. Beginning in the late Fall 2018, researchers will
be provided with unprecedented access to vital Jewish family history
information that is available in no other facility. This new search
platform will dramatically increase the likelihood that researchers will
find information they are seeking.

Avraham Groll, Director of JewishGen.org, stated, "JewishGen is committed
to doing everything we can to provide the highest quality of access to
records, information, and tools that researchers can utilize in their
quest to connect with relatives, discover their unique family history,
and understand what it means to be part of the Jewish people. Our new
partnership with The Museum of the Jewish People will help us achieve
this goal, by eliminating the need to spend time or financial resources
searching multiple facilities. For JewishGen, connecting with the Museum
of the Jewish People comes during a stage of significant growth >from both
an archival and technological perspective, and as we set ambitious
strategic priorities for the years to come, I believe that this new
relationship will herald continued opportunities for our organizations to
collaborate on behalf of the entirety of the Jewish people."

"Too often we see organizations cajoling for space and prominence, when
they should be aligning. The treasures that JewishGen and the Museum of
the Jewish People have each built up over the decades are invaluable and
irreplaceable, and it’s a privilege to be able to re-make that
connection, through technology and partnership building," said Dan Tadmor,
CEO of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot.

For the Museum, connecting its Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
with JewishGen comes during the final development stages of its new "Open
Databases Project," due for launch later this year. The system will
integrate each of the Museum’s five separate databases together with
outside archives >from partners such as JewishGen, allowing users to
curate their own personalized library of Jewish life, drawing on
genealogy, community, photography, music and film.

What's more, through an open API and an enhanced data upload function,
both developers and personal users can further enrich the archives at any
point, by uploading their own institutional, personal and family content,
creating a shared, online repository for centuries of Jewish life and
culture.

###
About JewishGen
JewishGen.org, a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living
Memorial to the Holocaust family, is the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world. Utilizing cutting edge
technology, it provides access to tens of millions of records, and has
developed an online community of nearly one million people. With an
extensive knowledge center of unparalleled scope, JewishGen continues to
focus on its core mission of preserving Jewish family history and
heritage for future generations.

About The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
Established nearly forty years ago, Beit Hatfutsot remains the sole
institution anywhere in the world devoted to sharing the complete story
of the Jewish people with millions of visitors >from all walks of life.
Today, reimagined as the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot,
the museum works on-site, online and around the world to build
connections across the Jewish people through a diverse, innovative
celebration of 4,000 years of Jewish life, culture and history, engaging
to those of any age, background or lifestyle. Major supporters include
The Nadav Foundation, The Government of Israel, The Koret Foundation,
Ambassador Alfred H. Moses and Family, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family
Foundation, Tad Taube, Ann and Andrew Tisch and others.
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
!5 Klausner Street • Tel Aviv 6139202 • Israel


DNA Research #DNA JewishGen.org and The Museum of the Jewish People Announce A Strategic Partnership #dna

Groll, Avraham
 

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / NEW YORK, NY -- JewishGen.org and The Museum of the
Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot announced a strategic partnership today,
bringing together two of the Jewish world's most iconic names for
innovation in advancing online genealogy and identity exploration.
The partnership envisions the that the family tree collections held by
both parties, accounting for nearly 20,000 trees in total, will be
completely accessible to visitors of both JewishGen.org and The Museum
of the Jewish People. Beginning in the late Fall 2018, researchers will
be provided with unprecedented access to vital Jewish family history
information that is available in no other facility. This new search
platform will dramatically increase the likelihood that researchers will
find information they are seeking.

Avraham Groll, Director of JewishGen.org, stated, "JewishGen is committed
to doing everything we can to provide the highest quality of access to
records, information, and tools that researchers can utilize in their
quest to connect with relatives, discover their unique family history,
and understand what it means to be part of the Jewish people. Our new
partnership with The Museum of the Jewish People will help us achieve
this goal, by eliminating the need to spend time or financial resources
searching multiple facilities. For JewishGen, connecting with the Museum
of the Jewish People comes during a stage of significant growth >from both
an archival and technological perspective, and as we set ambitious
strategic priorities for the years to come, I believe that this new
relationship will herald continued opportunities for our organizations to
collaborate on behalf of the entirety of the Jewish people."

"Too often we see organizations cajoling for space and prominence, when
they should be aligning. The treasures that JewishGen and the Museum of
the Jewish People have each built up over the decades are invaluable and
irreplaceable, and it’s a privilege to be able to re-make that
connection, through technology and partnership building," said Dan Tadmor,
CEO of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot.

For the Museum, connecting its Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
with JewishGen comes during the final development stages of its new "Open
Databases Project," due for launch later this year. The system will
integrate each of the Museum’s five separate databases together with
outside archives >from partners such as JewishGen, allowing users to
curate their own personalized library of Jewish life, drawing on
genealogy, community, photography, music and film.

What's more, through an open API and an enhanced data upload function,
both developers and personal users can further enrich the archives at any
point, by uploading their own institutional, personal and family content,
creating a shared, online repository for centuries of Jewish life and
culture.

###
About JewishGen
JewishGen.org, a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living
Memorial to the Holocaust family, is the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world. Utilizing cutting edge
technology, it provides access to tens of millions of records, and has
developed an online community of nearly one million people. With an
extensive knowledge center of unparalleled scope, JewishGen continues to
focus on its core mission of preserving Jewish family history and
heritage for future generations.

About The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
Established nearly forty years ago, Beit Hatfutsot remains the sole
institution anywhere in the world devoted to sharing the complete story
of the Jewish people with millions of visitors >from all walks of life.
Today, reimagined as the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot,
the museum works on-site, online and around the world to build
connections across the Jewish people through a diverse, innovative
celebration of 4,000 years of Jewish life, culture and history, engaging
to those of any age, background or lifestyle. Major supporters include
The Nadav Foundation, The Government of Israel, The Koret Foundation,
Ambassador Alfred H. Moses and Family, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family
Foundation, Tad Taube, Ann and Andrew Tisch and others.
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
!5 Klausner Street • Tel Aviv 6139202 • Israel


Latvia SIG #Latvia JewishGen.org and The Museum of the Jewish People Announce A Strategic Partnership #latvia

Groll, Avraham
 

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL / NEW YORK, NY -- JewishGen.org and The Museum of the
Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot announced a strategic partnership today,
bringing together two of the Jewish world's most iconic names for
innovation in advancing online genealogy and identity exploration.
The partnership envisions the that the family tree collections held by
both parties, accounting for nearly 20,000 trees in total, will be
completely accessible to visitors of both JewishGen.org and The Museum
of the Jewish People. Beginning in the late Fall 2018, researchers will
be provided with unprecedented access to vital Jewish family history
information that is available in no other facility. This new search
platform will dramatically increase the likelihood that researchers will
find information they are seeking.

Avraham Groll, Director of JewishGen.org, stated, "JewishGen is committed
to doing everything we can to provide the highest quality of access to
records, information, and tools that researchers can utilize in their
quest to connect with relatives, discover their unique family history,
and understand what it means to be part of the Jewish people. Our new
partnership with The Museum of the Jewish People will help us achieve
this goal, by eliminating the need to spend time or financial resources
searching multiple facilities. For JewishGen, connecting with the Museum
of the Jewish People comes during a stage of significant growth >from both
an archival and technological perspective, and as we set ambitious
strategic priorities for the years to come, I believe that this new
relationship will herald continued opportunities for our organizations to
collaborate on behalf of the entirety of the Jewish people."

"Too often we see organizations cajoling for space and prominence, when
they should be aligning. The treasures that JewishGen and the Museum of
the Jewish People have each built up over the decades are invaluable and
irreplaceable, and it’s a privilege to be able to re-make that
connection, through technology and partnership building," said Dan Tadmor,
CEO of The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot.

For the Museum, connecting its Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
with JewishGen comes during the final development stages of its new "Open
Databases Project," due for launch later this year. The system will
integrate each of the Museum’s five separate databases together with
outside archives >from partners such as JewishGen, allowing users to
curate their own personalized library of Jewish life, drawing on
genealogy, community, photography, music and film.

What's more, through an open API and an enhanced data upload function,
both developers and personal users can further enrich the archives at any
point, by uploading their own institutional, personal and family content,
creating a shared, online repository for centuries of Jewish life and
culture.

###
About JewishGen
JewishGen.org, a member of the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living
Memorial to the Holocaust family, is the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world. Utilizing cutting edge
technology, it provides access to tens of millions of records, and has
developed an online community of nearly one million people. With an
extensive knowledge center of unparalleled scope, JewishGen continues to
focus on its core mission of preserving Jewish family history and
heritage for future generations.

About The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
Established nearly forty years ago, Beit Hatfutsot remains the sole
institution anywhere in the world devoted to sharing the complete story
of the Jewish people with millions of visitors >from all walks of life.
Today, reimagined as the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot,
the museum works on-site, online and around the world to build
connections across the Jewish people through a diverse, innovative
celebration of 4,000 years of Jewish life, culture and history, engaging
to those of any age, background or lifestyle. Major supporters include
The Nadav Foundation, The Government of Israel, The Koret Foundation,
Ambassador Alfred H. Moses and Family, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family
Foundation, Tad Taube, Ann and Andrew Tisch and others.
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot
!5 Klausner Street • Tel Aviv 6139202 • Israel


Re: Ancestry Results #dna

David Goldman
 

By way of follow-up my own test showed a 94% >from Eastern Europe, as do the
closest matches. I guess that would suggest that that my ancestors were in
the general area of "Eastern Europe" for many centuries.

David Goldman
NYC


DNA Research #DNA RE: Ancestry Results #dna

David Goldman
 

By way of follow-up my own test showed a 94% >from Eastern Europe, as do the
closest matches. I guess that would suggest that that my ancestors were in
the general area of "Eastern Europe" for many centuries.

David Goldman
NYC


Szeged - list of deportees. Transcribers needed #hungary

Pataricza Dóra
 

Dear All,

I am very pleased to announce that the Szeged Jewish Community received funding to
digitize, index and catalog 25 linear meters of documents related to its history.
Within this project, we would like to transcribe documents that are an important resource
for those who are researching family >from Szeged and other communities >from this area.
The first batch of documents that we would like to have transcribed, is the list of
deportees >from Szeged >from 1944. It is about 90 pages, blurred typewritten text
(including occupations - in Hungarian). If you are willing and able to help, please
contact me off-list and I will send you images and the template (made by Nolan Altman -
thanks Nolan!).

Have a great week,
Dora Pataricza


Hungary SIG #Hungary Szeged - list of deportees. Transcribers needed #hungary

Pataricza Dóra
 

Dear All,

I am very pleased to announce that the Szeged Jewish Community received funding to
digitize, index and catalog 25 linear meters of documents related to its history.
Within this project, we would like to transcribe documents that are an important resource
for those who are researching family >from Szeged and other communities >from this area.
The first batch of documents that we would like to have transcribed, is the list of
deportees >from Szeged >from 1944. It is about 90 pages, blurred typewritten text
(including occupations - in Hungarian). If you are willing and able to help, please
contact me off-list and I will send you images and the template (made by Nolan Altman -
thanks Nolan!).

Have a great week,
Dora Pataricza


This Incredible Vintage Film Shows a Trip Through New York City in 1911 #bessarabia

Patricia Klindienst <epk13@...>
 

Hello, Everyone.

I thought you'd enjoy this video I found on Twitter. A wonderful wander through the city in the early
days of Abram and Sophie's married life, and not long after Chava arrived. Horse drawn carts, early
autos, and lots of people all sharing the roads. Various neighborhoods and one great overhead shot.
Very cool!

https://viewing.nyc/this-incredible-vintage-film-shows-a-trip-through-new-york-city-in-1911/

Enjoy,

Patti

Patricia Klindienst
295 Clapboard Hill Road
Guilford, CT 06437
203.415.6163
www.pklindienst.com/NoOneRemembersAlone


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia This Incredible Vintage Film Shows a Trip Through New York City in 1911 #bessarabia

Patricia Klindienst <epk13@...>
 

Hello, Everyone.

I thought you'd enjoy this video I found on Twitter. A wonderful wander through the city in the early
days of Abram and Sophie's married life, and not long after Chava arrived. Horse drawn carts, early
autos, and lots of people all sharing the roads. Various neighborhoods and one great overhead shot.
Very cool!

https://viewing.nyc/this-incredible-vintage-film-shows-a-trip-through-new-york-city-in-1911/

Enjoy,

Patti

Patricia Klindienst
295 Clapboard Hill Road
Guilford, CT 06437
203.415.6163
www.pklindienst.com/NoOneRemembersAlone

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