- Alternate Title
- Tse'enah u-re'enah
Books and Published Materials
Books and pamphlets
- Object Type
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Jennifer Lane, Eric, Lisa and Robin Meyerowitz
Book of Biblical commentary for women, dated circa 19th century inscribed inside both covers with biographical family information, dates noted as early as 1840. The Yiddish title of the book is "Tsenerene"; the book is also known in Hebrew as "Tse'enah u-re'enah."
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Also in Susi Traumann Lewinsky collection
The collection consists of children’s illustrated books, documents, photographs, a prayerbook, news articles and periodicals relating to Susi Traumann Lewisnsky.
Documents, photographs, news articles, programs related to the wartime experiences of Susi Traumann Lewinsky and her husband, Jorge. Includes a program for an event at the Jewish Girls School in Hamburg, dated 15-16 February 1938, illustrated by Susi Traumann, circa 1930s. Susi fled in 1939 to the United Kingdom. Includes a review of the manuscript "Das Abenteuer im Walde," dated 6 January 1930; photographs of Susi and her husband, Jorge Lewinsky, in San Salvador, El Salvador, where they immigrated to from the United Kingdom; annual meeting notes from the Jewish Community of San Salvador in which Jorge was involved; and newspaper articles dated 1960s.
Illustrated children’s book entitled Das Abenteuer im Walde or Adventure in the Woods. The book was illustrated by Susi Traumann and edited by Lilli Traumann. The original story had been written by Johannes Trojan.
Illustrated children’s book entitled Fingerhütchen, or Thimbleful. The story was originally written by Conrad Ferdinand Meyer, This book was hand illustrated by Susi Traumann.
Childrens' book, Vom Tode des Huhnchens or From the Death of Chickens [unbound loose Pages], illustrated by Susi Traummann.The story was originally written by the Brothers Grimm.
Copy of poem by Christian Morgenstern, hand-illustrated by Susi Traumann.