MODERN JEWISH HISTORY
ANTI-SEMITISM POSTCARDS COLLECTION
550 ITEMS | 100% DIGITIZED | 0% CATALOGED
The holdings consist of rare individual postcards and postcard series, published and printed in multiple countries from the late 19th through the early 20th century. The illustrations are highly anti-Semitic, portraying Jews as manipulative and dangerous and promoting ridicule, expulsion, and violence. Card languages include German, French, Russian, Hungarian, Czech, and English.
1890s – 1930s
The collection was acquired in 2005 from a New York–based antiques dealer.