From time to time we create substantial academic collections from our inventory to support teaching and research programs at both graduate and undergraduate levels. We also create book collectionsboth large and smallfor individuals, decorators, museums, archives and libraries.

A unique collection of 88 signed charcoal drawings by the German-Jewish artist illustrating Martin Buber's "Legende des Baalschem." The works, 34 of which were published by
R. Lwit Verlag in 1935, illustrate 14 short stories that recount the spiritual triumphs and teachings of the founder of modern Chassidism, Rabbi Israel ben Elieser. While Lilienfeld (whose work was confiscated by the Nazis as "degenerate art") did not survive the Holocaust, her Baalschem drawings evocatively document a powerful Jewish mythos during a time when the traditional and the modern mingled briefly in Weimar-era Frankfurt. Illustrated prospectus upon serious inquiry. $165,000.

A comprehensive academic collection of 10,000 German-language books and periodicalsfrom the 18th-century emancipation to the Holocaustdocumenting Jewish culture, history and belief. Organized into 18 categories, with numerous first printings of seminal works by scholars, intellectuals, rabbis and politicians. Illustrated prospectus available upon serious inquiry.

A comprehensive research collection of 10,000 titles for the academic study of the Holocaust, organized into 25 subject categories and comprised of books, periodicals and ephemera, including many primary source materials. Approximately 60% in the English language. Illustrated prospectus available upon serious inquiry.

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