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JFS – A Four Sites Saga

By David Harris, longstanding volunteer, who was previously a teacher and deputy head at JFS for 29 years. JFS started as Jews’ Free School in the 1730’s in Dukes Place in The City, then moved to the East End and then Camden and is now in Kenton on a large campus. In the history gallery […]

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The da Costa Family: Jewish Contribution after Resettlement

by Josie Roberts, Learning Officer This week the museum opened the Sukkot: Seeking Shelter installation. To accompany it we have an array of exciting events highlighting some important issues surrounding migration and shelter, and we are going to shed light on a number of hidden stories of migration in our permanent collection. Every week, we […]

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