Maine Jewish History Panels

All of these panels are on permanent display at Maine Jewish Musuem.
The Lewiston-Auburn panels are also on permanent display at Temple Shalom Synagogue-Center, Auburn . The Bath history panels are also on permanent display at Beth Israel Congregation, Bath

Documenting Maine Jewry and the Maine Jewish Musuem have a traveling exhibition available for all of these panels. The traveling exhibition consists of ten panels and five self-standing displays. Each display holds two panels back-to-front. The traveling exhibition is available from the Maine Jewish Museum for the cost of transportation, which is free if they are collected from the MJM on Congress St in Portland. For more information contact dmj@mindspring.com
  • STATE WIDE HISTORY PANELS
    • Legacy
           researched and designed by Amy Waterman for the Maine Jewish Musuem, Portland
    • Journey
           researched and designed by Amy Waterman for the Maine Jewish Musuem, Portland
    • Community
           researched and designed by Amy Waterman for the Maine Jewish Musuem, Portland
    • Geography
           researched and designed by Amy Waterman for the Maine Jewish Musuem, Portland
    • Work
           researched and designed by Amy Waterman for the Maine Jewish Musuem, Portland
    • Ritual
           researched and designed by Amy Waterman for the Maine Jewish Musuem, Portland
    • Jewish Summer Camps in Maine - double panels
           researched and designed by Nancy Levinsky for the Maine Jewish Musuem, Portland

  • REGIONAL HISTORY PANELS
    • Lewiston-Auburn - double panels
           researched and designed by Phyllis Graber Jensen and Bonnie Faiman under a grant from the Wein Family Foundation and Bates College's Harward Center

    • Bath - double panels
           researched by Fred Weinberg and designed by Amy Waterman under a grant from the Wein Family Foundation and the Cogan Family Foundation



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Last Updated : March 15, 2015