Judaism -- Liturgical objects
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Alan Saliman Family Papers
Box 5 (Atara)
Atara for a prayer shawl.
Box 93 (Torah Shields and Shofar), circa 1922-1973
Torah Shield "presented to Temple Emanuel by the confirmation class of 1922", Torah Shield "In memory of the fallen in Israel in the Yom Kippur War" in 1973, and a shofar with maroon velvet bag.
Judenstern, Mid 20th - Early 21st Century
Hanging brass plated Judenstern (shabbat light) with hanging ratchet, eight oil fonts on base and drip pan. It is a replica of a 19th century lamp and does not appear to have been used. Liese Henle Rothman purchased the lamp to honor the 19th Century German Jewish tradition of lighting the Shabbat lamp. Judensterns are designed to burn for an entire day and night because kindling fore was forbidden on the Sabbath.
Max Cayton Religious Objects
May Cayton was the brother of Jacob Hayutin and was from Washington DC. The collection contains Jewish religious objects, Yarmulke, Tefillin bag, and Tefillin; and photographs from Max Cayton.
Michael Saliman Papers and Religious Objects
Morris and Price Family Material Culture and Photographs
The Morris and Price families became connected with the marriage of Stanley A. Morris and Maylene Price. Both were Russian Jewish immigrant families with Yiddish and English speaking parents. Collection contains Russian candlesticks, religious items, medals, photographs, and scrapbooks related to the Morris and Price family from 1865 through 2012.
Rayor Family Torah Ark Curtains
Brass plated Judenstern (shabbat light), replica of a 19th century lamp. Liese Henle Rothman purchased the lamp to honor the 19th Century German Jewish tradition of lighting the Shabbat lamp. Judensterns are designed to burn for an entire day and night because kindling fire was forbidden on the Sabbath. Collection consists of one object: a Judenstern.
Shubert and Anne Fendrich Papers
Collection contains publications, correspondence, obituaries, newspaper clippings and religious objects from Schubert and Anne Fendrich.