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Treasures of the LSJS Library

Hosted By: London School of Jewish Studies (LSJS)

The London School of Jewish Studies (LSJS) will hold an in-person lunchtime session in the LSJS Library and the new Michael & Ruth Phillips Rare Books Room. The session will highlight collections dating back to 1523, covering the histories of the readmission of Jews, the Victorian establishment, Weimar academia, and twentieth-century war and revival. LSJS librarian Samantha Reuben will display and discuss treasures from the collection, telling the story of Anglo-Jewry and showcasing the beauty of religious books throughout the ages.

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