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From the Collection: Liberty Menorah

A menorah in the Museum’s Permanent Collection was created by Manfred Anson for the 100th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty in 1986. It combines Jewish and American themes of freedom and liberty. Each of the eight branches holds a miniature Statue of Liberty and is inscribed with a major event in Jewish history, including events like the Exodus from Egypt, the Maccabee Revolt led by Judah Maccabee that is commemorated by Hanukkah, and the Holocaust. The center branch reads, “1886-1986” for the centennial of the Statue of Liberty. Gift of Dr. Aaron J. Feingold in honor of Esther and Saul Feingold. 923.98.
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