The Washington Jewish Museum collection is a special collection of artifacts that represent the history of our state's Jewish community.
Every day, we're making history. Therefore, we welcome artifacts from as early as the 1800s and as late as last month.

Recently Added Items

Wing Luke doll

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Portrait doll of Wing Luke, young Chinese male, painted head wshort black artificial hair glued to head- wears a grey flannel wool
suit, white shirt,…

Thomas Jefferson Doll

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Thomas Jefferson Portrait Doll used by the B'nai B'rith in educational settings to teach about diversity. The dolls head is cast
and painted. His hair…

St. Francis of Asissi doll

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Portrait doll of St. Francis of Asissi, Christian monk figure of white male, balding, mustache, wearing brown monk's robe w/
hood made of wool fabric,…

Sacajawea and baby doll

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Dolls for Democracy hand made doll of Sacajawea and baby. Native American woman with baby on her back in a brown leather cradle board. Her right hand…