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Jewish American Heritage Month Display

Each year Congress designates May as Jewish American Heritage Month, “honoring the contributions of Jewish Americans to the United States of America.”

The Law Library’s website has a page dedicated to the history of this observance.

So this year, the Collection Services Division has put together a display of items from our collection that showcases some of the contributions that Jewish Americans have made to U.S. law.JAHMJAHM2Among the items being displayed:

If you find yourself attending a meeting in our Multipurpose Room on the 2nd floor of the Madison Building (LM-201), stop by and take a look.


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