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Tentoonstelling “Joodsche zeden en gewoonten II. Rouw- en treurdagen”. Februari 1930–Juli 1930. Catalogus
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Translated titleExhibition “Jewish Morals and Habits II. Days of Grief and Mourning”. February 1930–July 1930. Catalog
Imprint

Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1930. Booklet, 4 pp., no illustrations, 29 × 20.8 cm. Dutch.

Location

Museum-Commissie van het Genootschap voor de Joodsche Wetenschap in Nederland, No. 6

Description

Amsterdams Historisch Museum (ca. 20 February–July 1930)

Description

Jewish objects, books and historical documents relating to grief and mourning amongst Dutch Jews. Organized by the commission that was the precursor to the Jewish Museum in Amsterdam. Basic listing. 77 items.

Description

The last in a series of six exhibitions, each relating to the history of Jewish Amsterdam, organized by the Genootschap voor de Joodsche Wetenschap in Nederland, 1926–1930. The exhibitions were presented in the tower of the newly-opened Amsterdam Historischs Museum, located in the Oude Waaggebouw (the future home of the Joods Historisch Museum).

Description

For the other exhibitions in this series, see: #39, #46, #47, #55, and #59.

main keywords

CEREMONIAL OBJECTS
DEATH/MOURNING
NETHERLANDS
TORAH ORNAMENTS

minor keywords

Cemeteries, Netherlands
Drawings/Sketches
Hevra Kadisha
Historical documents
Medals
Ner Tamid
Paintings, Jewish customs & ceremonies
Prayers for the sovereign
Prints, Eretz Israel/Holy Land
Prints, Jewish customs & ceremonies
Rimmonim
Synagogues, Netherlands
Tass
Tombstones, art/iconography
Torah mantles
Yad

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“Tentoonstelling “Joodsche zeden en gewoonten II. Rouw- en treurdagen”. Februari 1930–Juli 1930. Catalogus”, in: Catalog of Catalogs Online, A Bibliography of Temporary Exhibition Catalogs Since 1876 that Contain Items of Judaica. Consulted online on 21 July 2024 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/9789004444522_COCO_CC0065>
First published online: 2019



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