|Author & Curator||
Samuel D. Gruber.
New York City, USA, 1990. Booklet, 6 pp., illustrations: 8 b&w, 28 × 21.5 cm. English.
HUC-JIR Museum, New York (17 November 1990–15 January 1991)
A photographic exhibit principally of synagogues and cemeteries, presented in conjunction with a conference on the future of Jewish monuments. Text by Samuel D. Gruber defines a “Jewish monument”, explains why such sites should be preserved, and describes preservation projects throughout the world. No itemized listing.
Spertus Museum, Chicago, Ill., USA (20 June–20 July 1991); Houston Jewish Community Center, Tex., USA (12 January–10 February 1992); Pauline Hirsch Gallery, Jewish Federation Building, Los Angeles, Calif., USA (20 November 1994–20 February 1995); Arizona Historical Society, Tucson, Ariz., USA (Opening: 3 March 1995)