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Yarmulkes

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

David Nashelsky Material Culture

 Collection
Identifier: B141
Abstract David J. Nashlsky was born May 25, 1963, in San Francisco, California and later moved with his family to Scottsbluff, Nebraska. He lived for 10 years in Fort Collins, Colorado where he was on the Colorado State University forensic team he attended CSU. He died in Nebraska on June 7, 2008. A skullcap (yarmulke in Yiddish, kipah in Hebrew) consisting of six sections of triangle shaped light blue satin sewn together at the seams with light blue cotton thread. Inside is white cotton lining with...
Dates: 1976

Yarmukle

 Item
Identifier: B002.16.0319.00002
Abstract

A white skullcap (yarmulke in Yiddish, kipah in Hebrew). Jewish law requires men to cover their heads as a sign of respect and reverence for G_d when praying or speaking G_d's name while reciting a blessing, during study, and while in a synagogue or yeshiva.

Dates: early-mid 20th century

Yarmukle, mid-late 1900s

 Item
Identifier: B371.02.0002.00003
Abstract

White satin yarmukle constructed of four triangular pieces sewn together with piping around the outer edge. Stamped inside with gold ink "SHALOM TEMPLE RTZ CHAIM THOUSAND OAKS CALIF."

Dates: mid-late 1900s

Yarmukle, mid-late 1900s

 Item
Identifier: B371.02.0002.00004
Abstract

Black satin yarmukle constructed of four triangular pieces sewn together with piping around the outer edge. Stamped inside with gold ink "GROMAN MORTUARIES 830 W. WASHINGTON BLVD. RI 8-2201". The mortuary is located in Los Angeles, California.

Dates: mid-late 1900s

Yarmulke, 1976

 Item
Identifier: B141.01.0001.00001
Abstract

A skullcap (yarmulke in Yiddish, kipah in Hebrew) consisting of six sections of triangle shaped light blue satin sewn together at the seams with light blue cotton thread. Inside is white cotton lining with writing in gold stamping: ''Bar-Mitzvah of David J. Nashelsky; November 5, 1976; Scottsbluff, Nebraska''. Originally belonged to David J. Nashelsky.

Dates: 1976

Yarmulke

 Item
Identifier: B002.16.0323.00005
Abstract

A white skullcap (yarmulke in Yiddish, kipah in Hebrew). Jewish law requires men to cover their heads as a sign of respect and reverence for G_d when praying or speaking G_d's name while reciting a blessing, during study, and while in a synagogue or yeshiva.

Dates: early-mid 20th century