The Annette Levy Ratkin Jewish Community Archives
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The Annette Levy Ratkin Jewish Community Archives collects the records of the families, businesses, and institutions of the
Microfilms and hard copies of The Observer, which began publication in 1934, and its predecessor The Y.M.H.A. News, which was first published in 1915, are in the Archives. An oral history audiotape collection, sponsored by the NCJW, documents the memories of older adults who grew up in
All documents and photographs are stored in acid-free containers and are available to researchers under supervision of the archivist. Users have included university and high-school students doing research on
“A Caring Community, the History of the Jews of Nashville,” produced by the Archives, traces the development of the
What happens today will be history tomorrow, and the Archives seeks to preserve the records of all Jewish people from
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