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The Jewish-American Hall of Fame was established by Mel Wacks at the Judah L.
The John S. Sills Memorial Lecture was instituted in 1986 in memory of distinguished community leader John S.
Lehrhaus Judaica is a non-denominational Jewish studies adult school offering courses to the general public. Its faculty is made up of local university professors, advanced Ph.D.
"Begun in 1984, the Berkeley museum's volunteer-staffed Docent Outreach Program -- dubbed "the museum that comes to you" -- currently offers 15 different narrated shows, all but on
The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (SFJFF) was conceived and founded by Deborah Kaufman in 1980.
The Commission for the Preservation of Pioneer Jewish Cemeteries and Landmarks was created under the sponsorship of the Judah L.
The Annual International Jewish Video Competition started at the Judah L. Magnes Museum in 1994, continuing each year until 1999.
The Magnes Museum Foundation is a Supporting Organization of the Jewish Community Endowment Fund and the Jewish Community Foundation.
Director, The Bancroft Library
Elaine Tennant is the James D. Hart Director of The Bancroft Library
at the University of California, Berkeley.