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*[http://www.jewishexponent.com/2020/02/07/truman-torah-reunited-with-original-owner-at-nmajh/ 'Truman Torah' Reunited with Original Owner at NMAJH], Jewish Exponent, February 7, 2020.
 
*[http://kywnewsradio.radio.com/articles/news/a-celebration-for-all-on-christmas-at-philly-museum At National Museum of American Jewish History, a celebration for all on Christmas], KYW, December 25, 2019.
 
*[http://kywnewsradio.radio.com/articles/news/a-celebration-for-all-on-christmas-at-philly-museum At National Museum of American Jewish History, a celebration for all on Christmas], KYW, December 25, 2019.
 
*[http://kywnewsradio.radio.com/articles/news/jewish-new-media-festival-takes-place-in-philadelphia First-of-its-kind Jewish New Media Festival takes place in Philadelphia], KYW, December 6, 2019.
 
*[http://kywnewsradio.radio.com/articles/news/jewish-new-media-festival-takes-place-in-philadelphia First-of-its-kind Jewish New Media Festival takes place in Philadelphia], KYW, December 6, 2019.

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nmajh.org

National Museum of American Jewish History.

Established in 1976, and situated on Philadelphia's Independence Mall, the National Museum of American Jewish History is the only museum in the nation dedicated exclusively to exploring and interpreting the American Jewish experience. NMAJH was originally founded by the members of historic Congregation Mikveh Israel, which was established in 1740 and known as the "Synagogue of the American Revolution".

The Museum has long been a vital component in the cultural life of Philadelphia. During the course of its history, NMAJH has attracted a broad regional audience to its public programs, while exploring American Jewish identity through lectures, panel discussions, authors' talks, films, children's activities, theater, and music.

Note:  The above descriptive information came from the museum's About page.

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