Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
Moses Myers Papers
The Moses Myers Papers consist of a handful of letters, shipping inventories, and a printed broadside relating to the early Jewish American merchant Moses Myers (1735-1835). Myers lived in Norfolk, VA, and his merchant business was involved in the Caribbean. His ships were instrumental during the War of 1812.
Paul L. Hanna Papers
Correspondence, writings, speeches, and general files of historian, Paul L. Hanna. The majority of the files pertain to Palestine, Israel and the Middle East, including his work with the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry in 1946.
Phil Emmer Papers
Prager Family Collection
The photographs, official documents, and ephemera included in this collection document the lives of the Prager family members, especially Moses Prager and his son Jacob, from 1923 to 1961. From Poland, Moses Prager and his family relocated to Belgium. Jacob continued to the United Kingdom escaping the Nazis during World War II. Following the war, he and his wife immigrated to the United States.
Price Library of Judaica Anniversary Periodicals Collection
Price Library of Judaica Calendar Collection
The items included sample the rich variety in genre and form of the Hebrew calendar and demonstrate the role of time keeping in Jewish cultures throughout the ages.
Price Library of Judaica Performing Arts Collection
This collection holds various materials related to the performing arts. The perfomances they record capture the Jewish experience in different countries and different historical periods and illustrate the importance of the performing arts in Jewish cultural life around the globe.
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan Scrapbooks
News clippings, photographs, and correspondence compiled by Rabbi Kaplan while at Temple Israel in Miami from 1926-1947.
Records of the University of Florida Price Library of Judaica
Correspondence, collection inventories, reports, forms, working papers documenting the administration of the Price Library.
Relacion de la orden y manera de proceder del Santo Officio... de la Inquisicion
Manuscript copy of a 1559 relacion by Philip II of Spain and Pope Paul IV relating the procedures to be followed by the Holy Office of the Inquisition (Santo Officio).