The Blavatnik Archive’s Judaica Postcard Collection is comprised of 10,000 postcards, and represents the diversity of life and culture of the Jewish diaspora from the late 19th through mid-20th century. Illustrations and photographs capture street scenes in Europe, Russia, Africa and America, often serving as the only tangible witness of communities and environments that had vanished long ago. Synagogues, schools, stores, and marketplace filled with men, women and children come to life on postcards, the social media of its time, enhanced by the personal correspondence that reflects daily life and social trends. Today, these pictorial time capsules continue to transfer a wealth of information, wonder and pleasure.