YIVO Institute for Jewish Research

15 West 16 St. New York, New York 10011-6301

YIVO is a non-profit research institution dedicated to the study of East European Jewish life and culture. YIVO's library has more than 350,000 books (many in Yiddish); the archives hold 22.5 million artifacts on East European and American Jewish subjects. YIVO offers Yiddish language classes at all levels, and sponsors a wide range of public programs.

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Phone 212.246.6080
Fax 212.292.1892
Email [email protected]
Website http://www.yivoinstitute.org
Contacts Chairman: Bruce Slovin; Director of Development: Ella Levine; Executive Director: Jonathan Brent

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