This is the digital version of the journal of the American Jewish Archives:
"The American Jewish Archives Journal (AJAJ) has provided its readers for over sixty years with informative articles, interesting documentary analyses, and helpful review essays. The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives (AJA) is now pleased to present the entire run (114 issues and counting) of its award-winning publication in a freely accessible searchable database. The AJA is grateful to Temple Emanu-El of New York City and the Dolores and Walter Neustadt Fund for making the publication of our journal possible.
The AJAJ is the primary publication of the American Jewish Archives. It documents and preserves the American Jewish experience through the publication of scholarly articles and analyses of primary source documents written by academic and talented amateur historians from around the world. It also contains important news about the AJA and book reviews of relevant secondary literature. This journal is considered one of two major refereed periodicals in the field of American Jewish history."