Archivist: Anat Shimoni
The archive of the Goldstein-Goren Diaspora Research Center concentrates archival material of all sorts, related to the past of the Jewish people in all countries of the Diaspora. The materials maintained in the archives include mainly documents (originals and copies), correspondence, registers, posters and photographs. The material is registered in the catalogues of the archives and can be called up through lists of collections and assistance cards (geographic locations, persons, institutions and organizations, and subjects). The archive is home to some 40,000 files that contain approximately 250,000 documents on the history of the Jewish people, which have been collected from individuals and communities worldwide.
Generous support from the Claims Conference has enabled an additional project: the cataloguing of Holocaust-related material in the Archive.
The Archive is currently in the process of sorting and cataloguing the Association of Lithuanian Jews in Israel Collection.
A portion of this collection has already been catalogued and is now available: Association of Lithuanian Jews in Israel Collection
The archive is open to the public by appointment only: firstname.lastname@example.org