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THE JEWS OF AFRICA calendar is a colorful 12-month Jewish-themed calendar (January 2017 ~ December 2017 / Tevet 5777 ~ Tevet 5778) celebrating THE JEWISH COMMUNITIES OF AFRICA from HaChayim HaYehudim Jewish Photo Library. All 25 images by photographer Jono David. The images feature in Jono David’s project, Jewish Africa: A Cultural and Historical Photographic Survey ( CALENDAR SPECIFICATIONS: All major Jewish holidays are listed. 25 pages, 11 inches x 8.5 inches (28cm x 21.5cm), coil binding, white interior paper (100# weight), full-color interior ink. US$19.99 (plus shipping & handling). Usually printed in 3-5 days and shipped within 1 week of ordering.  TO ORDER: Either click on the BUY NOW button in the top right corner of the preview window, or click on the SHOPPING CART icon in the bottom right corner of the preview window (to the left of the LULU logo) — then, follow the directions.


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Jewish Geography, created by Jono David, is a fun and challenging app quiz game that measures by how many degrees you’re separated from your own Jewish geographical knowledge. Available on iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad; requires iOS 4.0 or later. All photography from HaChayim HaYehudim Jewish Photo Library. Visit the Jewish Geography website for details. Or, go straight to the iTunes store to download the game now! Preview the app on Youtube. NOTE: As of February 2015, the Jewish Geography app is no longer available.



– “Alexander Hamilton: A Founding Father’s Visionary Genius—and His Tragic Fate” published by Time Inc Home Entertainment, New York, NY, USA. December 2015.

– “The Jewish Emigrant from Britain 1700~2000; Essays in Memory of Lloyd P. Gartner”, edited by Gabriel A. Sivan, Ph.D. Published by The Jewish Historical Society of England, Israel Branch. [1 photo]. (Jerusalem, Israel). 2013.

– “Jamaica: Heritage in Pictures” edited by the Jamaica National Heritage Trust (JNHT). Expected: December 2012. [5 photos]. (Kingston, Jamaica)

– “Working Together for a Brighter Future” edited by the European Jewish Congress (EJC), Bruxelles, Belgium. October 2012.

– “Pillars of St. Kilda Hebrew Congregation: Celebrating Our History and Families,” edited by the St. Kilda Hebrew Congregation (SKHC) [15 photos]. September 2012. (Melbourne, Australia)

– “INTO THE LIGHT: The Healing Art of Kalman Aron” by Susan Beilby Magee. [1 photo]. Publication by author, summer 2012. (Washington, D.C., USA)

– “Jewish Lives in New Zealand: A History”, Leonard Bell and Diana Morrow, editors. [1 photo, plus cover montage] March 2012. Random House (NZ). (Auckland, New Zealand)

– “One Hundred Years at the Junction Shul” by Lorne S. Miller and Neil Ross. [7 photos]. ECW Press, Toronto, Canada. September 2011.

– “A Fine Prospect: A History of Remuera, Meadowbank and St Johns” by Jenny Carlyon and Diana Morrow. [1 photo]. May 2011. Random House (NZ). (Auckland, New Zealand.)

– “Looks Good, Tastes Great: Jewish Culinary Favourites” [photos] Published by Action Duchenne, February 2010. (London, UK)

– “The Holocaust: A Guide for Students and Teachers” by David Cesarani. [cover photo]. Published by the Holocaust Educational Trust, February 2010. (London, UK). Click here to view the cover.

– “Newport Jewry and the Touro Synagogue” by Melvin Urofsky. [1 photo] Bunker Hill Publishing, May 2009. (published in Newport, Rhode Island)

– “Encyclopedia of the Jewish Diaspora.” [photos] ABC-Clio Publications. September 2008. (Broomfield, CO)

– “The Knell of Parting Day: A History of the Jews of Port Royal and the Hunt’s Bay Cemetery” by Marilyn Delevante. [42 photos, including cover photo]. August 2008. (published in Kingston, Jamaica). Click here to view the cover.

–  “Belisario: Sketches of Character” by Jackie Ranston. [1 photo] The Mill Press. May 2008. (Kingston, Jamaica)


Judaic artist Marsha Goldfine painted wonderful watercolor interpretations of several of my photographs: The Great Synagogue in Subotica, Serbia and the Italian Synagogue in Istanbul, Turkey. Her work can be seen HERE and also on her website, Sadly, Marsha passed away in November 2013. She will be missed, but her legacy of radiant artwork will forever brighten the world.