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July 27, 1990 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-07-27

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Fifth Avenue Attracts
The Jewish Traveller

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xtending from Wash-
ington Square all the
way to Harlem, Fifth
Avenue is a microcosm of all
that makes Manhattan
fascinating.
With its skyscrapers, state-
ly mansions, and swank
boutiques; its museums,
sidewalk artists and views of
Central Park — famous Fifth
Avenue has something to suit
every tourist's tastes.
For the Jewish traveler, its
special attractions include
the largest Jewish museum
in the Western hemisphere,
the world's largest Reform
synagogue, and a world-
renowned Jewish research in-
stitute — all evidence that
Manhattan's grandest avenue
has Jewish sites on a grand
scale, too.
In fact, the Jewish traveler
can create a Fifth Avenue
tour focused only on Jewish
highlights and never run out
of sights to see.
At the New York Public
Library at 42nd and Fifth,
the Jewish Division houses
120,000 volumes of Judaica.
Then, one block north on
43rd, the Israel Discount
Bank Displays Israeli art.
Further north, at the Dia-
mond Dealers Club, just off
Fifth at 47th, Chasidic Jews
were hurrying in and out,
ready to make deals on
priceless gems. Membership
in this club is 90 percent
Jewish, and there's even a
kosher canteen and small
synagogue above the club
itself.
Much farther north, where
the street signs along Fifth
Avenue change to "Museum
Mile," is the former Vander-

bilt Mansion at 86th and
Fifth, which is now the world
headquarters of the YIVO In-
stitute for Jewish Research,
the major center for the study
of East European Jewry.
YIVO draws scholars from
around the world, but it's also
a place of interest to Jewish
travelers because of its multi-
lingual library and its special
exhibits.
Just four blocks north of
YIVO, the, Jewish Museum at
92nd Street, also housed in a
former Fifth Avenue man-
sion, is an entire world of
Jewish art and artifacts, the
largest museum of its kind in
the Western Hemisphere.
Its permanent collection in-
cludes over 14,000 works of
art and artifacts covering
4,000 years of Jewish history.
Paintings, drawings, sculp-
ture, textiles, coins and
medals, ancient pottery — all
are part of this repository.
The collection of Jewish
ceremonial art alone is one of
the largest in the world and
ranges from ancient Palesti-
nian clay oil lamps to modern
menorot. Besides all this, the
museum often hosts special
exhibits.
South on Fifth Avenue, at
65th and Fifth, Temple
Emanu-El dominates the
southeast corner. The world's
largest Reform synagogue is
an imposing sight, with its
great recessed arch enclosing
the intricate Rose Window.
The main sanctuary seats
2,500. The bimah is made of
marble imported from
France; the marble-columned
Ark displays mosaic insets;
and the dramatic stained
glass windows are dramatic.
This Fifth Avenue land-
mark gets so many visitors
that it's one of the few

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