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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-07

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Judaic and Hebraic holdings number over 46,00 books,
periodicals and microfilms in Hebrew and Yiddish.
English and other Western language Judaic holdings
number approximately 35,000 titles.

HENRY & DELIA MEYERS LIBRARY

Jewish Community Center-Kahn Building
6600 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
Contact: Joan Jampel
Phone: (248) 432-5476
Fax: (248) 432-5540
Web site: www.jccdet.org

A large collection of Jewish fiction and nonfiction,
magazines, journals, children's books, videos, books-on-
tape, music, Internet access, story times, book groups
and more. Ad/p.40

JACOB E. SEGAL LIBRARY OF ADAT
SHALOM SYNAGOGUE

29901 Middlebelt Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48034
Phone: (248) 851-5100
Fax: (248) 851-3190
Email: adatshalom@aol.com
Web site: www.adatshalom.org

A contemporary and classical collection of 7,000 Judaic
books, fiction and videotapes for all interests. Includes a
reading room and library programs for children and
adults. The library is open to the public.

MARDIGIAN LIBRARY

University of Michigan-Dearborn
4901 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, MI 48128
Contact: Jamie Wraight
Phone: (313) 583-6300
Fax: (313) 593-5561
Email: jwraight@umd.umich.edu
Web site: holocaust.umd.umich.edu

Houses more than 150 interviews with Holocaust
survivors conducted by Dr. Sidney Bolkosky. As
interviews are transcribed, the transcript and
accompanying audio portion are made available at Web
site.

MORRIS & EMMA SCHAVER
LIBRARY/ARCHIVE

Holocaust Memorial Center
6602 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
Contact: Feiga Weiss, Judy Rosenzveig
Phone: (248) 661-0840
Fax: (248) 661-4204
Email: info@holocaustcenter.org
Web site: http://holocaustcenter.org

urban issues. Include unpublished records, published
materials, photographs, audio-visual tapes and films.
Also houses the papers of Leonard N. Simons Jewish
Community Archives.

7400 Telegraph Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301
Contact: Eilene Polk
Phone: (248) 851-1100, ext. 3138
Fax: (248) 851-1187

Over 7,500 volumes of Judaica, including a rare book
collection.

PURDY/KRESGE LIBRARY AT WAYNE
STATE UNIVERSITY

Judaica Collection
5265 Cass Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202
Contact: Paul Beavers, interim director
Phone: (313) 577-6424
(313) 577-2360 P. Beavers
Fax: (313) 577-3436
Web site: http://www.lib.wayne.edu/purdy/

General university research collection in business,
social sciences, education and humanities. The Kasle
Collection of Judaica and Hebraica provides the core of
an extensive collection on the Jewish religion and
culture.

TEMPLE ISRAEL LIBRARIES &
MEDIA CENTER

5725 Walnut Lake Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48323
Contact: Rachel Erlich, M.S.I., director
Phone: (248) 661-5700
Fax: (248) 661-1302
Email: tilibrary@aol.com
Web site: www.Temple-IsraeLorg

The Weinberg Family Library houses over 10,000 Judaic
volumes. Hodari Family Children's Library and Media
Center includes over 2,000 Jewish books, audio and
video tapes, compact discs and computer with Judaic
so-tware.

14000 W. Nine Mile Road
Oak Park, MI 48237
Contact: Rabbi Mendel Shemtov
Phone: (248) 544-7844

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS, THE

30301 Northwestern Hwy, Suite 200
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Phone: (248) 539-3001
Fax: (248) 539-3075
Web site: www.detroitjewishnews.com

Serving Detroit's Jewish community with distinction
since 1942, offering readers a comprehensive overview
of news, views and events of interest and importance.
Published every Friday. The JN also publishes 12 special
in-paper sections and Style magazine.

JEWISH HOUR, THE

WPON 1460-AM
7722 Franklin Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
Contact: Rabbi Herschel Finman
Phone: (248) 332-8883
Fax: (248) 332-8197
Email: hfinman@juno.com
Web site: www.rabbifinman.com

Airs 3-4 p.m. every Friday.

TORAH-VISION

Ann Arbor Chabad House
715 Hill St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Contact: Rabbi Aharon Goldstein
Phone: (734) 995-3276
Fax: (734) 996-2479
Email: chabad@jewmich.com
Web site: www.jewmich.com

THELMA POLLOCK KELLER
RESOURCE CENTER

JARC
30301 Northwestern Hwy., Suite 100
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Contact: Cheryl Watson
Phone: (248) 538-6611
Fax: (248) 538-6615
Email: jarc@jarc.org
Web site: www.jarc.org

A library and resource center specializing in materials
for those with disabilities and their families. Ad/p.74

WALTER P. REUTHER LIBRARY

PRENTIS MEMORIAL LIBRARY

Wayne State University
5401 Cass Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202
Contact: Michael Smith, Thomas Featherstone
Phone: (313) 577-4024
(313) 577-0415, Michael Smith
(313) 577-2658, Thomas Featherstone
Fax: (313) 577-4300
Email: m.o.smith @wayne.edu

Temple Beth El

Archives offer documents on 20th century labor and

Vulti-lingual research collection specializing in the
Holocaust, European Jewish history and Judeo-
Christian relations. Includes books, archives, artifacts,
maps, microforms, newspapers, oral histories,
periodicals, photographs, posters, videos, vertical files.

YITSCHAK MEIR KAGAN MEMORIAL
LIBRARY

Jewish cable television program airs Mondays 7:30
p.m. and Wednesdays 6:30 p.m. on channel 17. Jewish
education, weekly Torah portion, holidays, rituals,
lectures, children's programs.

WASHTENAW JEWISH NEWS

2935 Birch Hollow Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Contact: Susan Kravitz Ayer
Phone: (734) 971-1800
Fax: (734) 971-1801
Email: wjna2@aol.com

A free and independent newspaper, direct-mailed 10
times yearly to more than 3,800 local households,
including 600 Hillel-affiliated young professionals.
Distributed free throughout Ann Arbor and nearby.

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