This Day in Jewish History 1904: A Judge Founds the Jewish Museum in New York

It started from one small cabinet and grew, including thanks to a selection of treasures from the Jews of Danzig.

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On January 20, 1904, the institution now known as the Jewish Museum, in New York, had its modest beginnings, when Mayer Sulzberger, a Philadelphia judge and Judaica collector, donated a small collection of...