The Museum has collected 50,000 documents, more than 600 manuscripts, hundreds of books, letters, and more, which are being repaired, restored, and translated for future generations. These include never before seen historic texts from our community’s greatest rabbis and leaders, birth/circumcision records, Beit Din court records, personal letters, Torah scrolls, and eulogies. Going back some 800 years, many illustrate historical Aleppo, our customs and how our ancestors lived – each one important to preserve our community’s history. We are working to add the complete archive to our digital collection.
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