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The Yellow Pages -- Jewish-American 

The Simon Wiesenthal Center Homepage
The Simon Wiesenthal Center is an international center for Holocaust remembrance and the defense of human rights and the Jewish people. Headquartered in Los Angeles, the Center's mandate is a unique combination of social action, public outreach, scholarship, education and media.

Judaism and Jewish Resources
A rich Internet resource on Jewish history, media, society, culture, politics, arts and much, much more.

Jewish Resources on the Internet
The Internet offers a HUGE supply of information about things Jewish. Use this list to get started in finding almost anything about things Jewish, from software to Reconstructionism.

The Bloom Southwest Jewish Archives' impressive collection on Jewish pioneers and their contributions to the Southwest United States.

Jewish Holiday Recipes
Epicurious Cookbooks' home page combines the savory and the sacred with a collection of holiday recipes linked to the Jewish religious calendar.

The Jewish American Literature Research Homepage
Contains entries on Stanley Elkin, Cynthia Ozick, and Philip Roth--biographies and selected bibliographies--with more authors on the way.

Jewish Studies Judaica eJournal
An on-line journal devoted to on-going research and current events in academic Jewish Studies.

The Wolf Lewkowicz collection
Wolf Lewkowicz Collection -- Yiddish letters (with English translations) written by a Polish Jew to his 11-year-old American nephew from 1922 to 1939. They provide insight into Jewish life in pre-war Poland.

Israeli Yellow Pages
Information about goods and services sold by New York businesses, who wish to target Israeli residents, tourists, Jewish American residents.

Last update 
June 20, 2002