Announcements & Information
New Feature in our Jewish Museum
“Jews in the News” is a new feature being added to many new and older exhibits in the Jewish Museum of the American West. “Jews in the News” will be a short article taken from a newspaper approximately at that time and that place showing activities of our early Jewish pioneers who were involved in all parts of the community – from commerce, politics, law enforcement, etc. Unlike little Rabbi Belinski who had to be protected by Harrison Ford in “The Frisco Kid,” and the “meek” Sol Levy, the shop keeper in Edna Ferber’s “Cimarron,” Jews stood tall and were an important part of each community in the Wild West. (Note: Edna Ferber was Jewish.)
These are the last 10 Exhibits added to the Jewish Museum of the American West:
Questions often asked of us . . . .
How do I get an Historical Exhibit for my Jewish Service Organization?
(Benevolent Societies, Synagogues, Historical Societies, Social Societies, etc.)
Still to come . . . .
Are there speakers available for Lectures, Fund Raisers and Scholar Weekend Programs?
Who do I contact for special questions?
How can I become a Curator for the Jewish Museum of the American West?