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Guide to the Duke University Libraries Collection of Haggadot, 1200-2003 (bulk1900-2003)

Collection Overview

The Duke University Libraries Collection of Haggadot consists mainly of Passover Haggadot (singular: Haggadah) from the past 1000 years. The 436 Haggadot in the collection, which are found in the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, the Divinity School Library, Perkins Library, and Lilly Library, span 800 years (1200-2003), represent five continents (excluding only Australia and Antarctica), are written in several different languages (including Russian, Marathi, Italian, Yiddish, Ladino and Arabic), and were created for a variety of specific purposes. A majority of the Haggadot were published in the 20th century. A large number of the Haggadot are illustrated or illuminated while others contain only the text. Although the majority of the Haggadot in the collection were created by printing press, or other printing methods, Duke does own a number of limited edition facsimile editions of handwritten manuscripts. Most, but not all, of the Haggadot found in the Special Collections Library come from the Abram and Frances Pascher Kanof Collection of Jewish Art, Archaeology, and Symbolism. This guide does not include the Duke University Libraries' collection of microfilmed Haggadot. See the last paragraph of the Processing and Searching Note below for further information on searching for Haggadot in the library.

Since many of the Haggadot have similar titles (e.g. Hagadah shel Pesah yields 121 results), and to accommodate the variety of ways in which patrons might want to search for Haggadot, the entire collection has been arranged into three different series: Date List Series, Location List Series, and Purpose List Series. Each of these series contains the entire collection of Haggadot, but arranged according to different criteria. Therefore, the item with call number Haggadah Pam #106, an advertising Haggadah from 19th century New York, can be found in three places: 1) in the Date List under the 19th Century Subseries; 2) in the Location List under the United States Subseries; and 3) in the Purpose List under the Advertising Subseries.

The Date List Series is subdivided by century for Haggadot published from the 13th through the 19th centuries and by decade (e.g., 1910-1919) for those Haggadot created during the 20th and 21st centuries. The majority of the Haggadot (84%) are from the 20th century.

The Location List Series arranges the collection by the country where each Haggadah was created--usually where the item was printed--then by the date of creation. However, facsimile editions have been arranged by the place of their original creation. In these cases, the location where the facsimile was printed is identified in the description of each facsimile. This series is further arranged into subseries by country, including Algeria, Argentina, Austria, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Canada, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Morocco, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Tunisia, and United States.

The Purpose List Series is further subdivided by the specific purpose for which each Haggadah was written. Most of the Haggadot were created for use at a Passover seder and thus are arranged into the General Subseries. These Haggadot are generally traditional in content and are meant to be used by anyone. Other purpose subseries include Advertising, Children, Christian, Denominations (of Judaism), Facsimiles, Fundraising, Kibbutz, Parody, and Resource.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Duke University Libraries Collection of Haggadot 1200-2003 (bulk 1900-2003
Creator
Duke University. David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Extent
436 Items
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Language
English.

Administrative Information

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Contents of the Collection

Subdivided by century for Haggadot published from the 13th through the 19th centuries and by decade (e.g. 1910-1919) for those Haggadot created during the 20th and 21st centuries. The majority of the Haggadot (84%) are from the 20th century. Arranged alphabetically within each date subdivision.

Many Haggadot are dated by Hebrew year, which begins and ends in the Gregorian month of September or October. Therefore, certain Haggadot have a date such as 1909-1910 instead of 1909. Haggadot whose date range covers two subseries can be found in the subseries with the earlier date. Thus, a Haggadah with a date of 1909-1910 is located in the 1900-1909 Subseries, and a Haggadah with a date of 1899-1900 is located in the 19th Century Subseries).

[NOTE: Library call numbers for individual Haggadah are listed at the left (e.g., Haggadah q#4). All call numbers are actively linked directly to their individual records in the Duke University Libraries' Online Catalog. Bibliographic information for each Haggadah has been taken directly from the Online Catalog and thus includes some non-standard punctuation.]

The Birds Head Haggada of the Bezalel National Art Museum in Jerusalem / Facsimile volume printed in collotype by Kunstanstalt Max Jaffé in Vienna, 13th Century.

Location: Germany

Facsimile printed in 1965. Commentary volume included. Oldest surviving Ashkenazi illuminated Haggadah manuscript named for its illustrations of human figures with pronounced birds' heads. Signed by a scribed named Menahem.

29 cm. Illuminated.
The Barcelona Haggadah : an illuminated Passover compendium from 14th-Century Catalonia in facsimile (MS British Library Additional 14761) / edited by Jeremy Schonfield ; with translations of poems and Targumim by Raphael Loewe ; other translations by David Goldstein and Jeremy Schonfield ; and contributions by Malachi Beit-Arié .., 14th Century.

Location: Catalonia

Facsimile printed in 1992. Commentary volume included. Illuminations include images of medieval Spanish homes, synagogues and musical instruments. Early owners of the Haggadah are identified by signatures as is the 16th Century ecclesiastical censor Visto per me Fra. Luigi del Ordine de San Dominico.

27 cm. Illuminated.
Call No. A-34 #17
The Sarajevo Haggadah. Text by Cecil Roth, 14th Century.

Location: Northern Spain

Facsimile published in New York in 1966. English introduction by Cecil Roth. Consists of 34 full-page miniatures, an illuminated Haggadah text, and hymns and Torah readings for the Passover week. Signed in 1609 by Giovanni Domenico, a church censor. Named because of its location in the Sarajevo Museum. This Haggadah was almost destroyed during the bombardment of Sarajevo in 1994 but was saved by two staff members of the demolished museum where it was housed.

23 cm. Illustrated.
The Kaufmann Haggadah, 14th Century.

Location: Spain

Facsimile printed in Budapest, Hungary in 1957. Includes 14 full page miniatures and a decorated text.

27 cm. Illuminated.
The Sarajevo Haggadah. Text by Cecil Roth, 14th Century.

Location: Northern Spain

Facsimile of the Sarajevo Haggadah from the 14th Century in Northern Spain. Published in New York in 1966. English introduction by Cecil Roth. Consists of 34 full-page miniatures, an illuminated Haggadah text, and hymns and Torah readings for the Passover week. Named because of its location in the Sarajevo Museum.

23 cm. Illustrated.
The Washington Haggadah : a facsimile edition of an illuminated fifteenth-Century Hebrew manuscript at the Library of Congress / signed by Joel ben Simeon ; edited by Myron M. Weinstein, 1478.

Location: Italy

Facsimile printed in 1991. Commentary volume included. Signed by 15th Century scribe and artist, Joel ben Simeon. A number of pages contain wine stains as well as notes written in the margins. It is known as the Washington Haggadah because of its location at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C.

28 cm. Illuminated.
Call No. A-34 #18
The Rylands Haggadah : a medieval Sephardi masterpiece in facsimile : an illuminated Passover compendium from mid-14th-Century Catalonia in the collections of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, with a commentary and a cycle of poems / [introduction, notes on the illuminations, transcription, and English translation by Raphael Loewe], 15th Century.

Location: Catalonia

Facsimile published in New York, 1988. Sephardi text. Commentary by an unidentified author. Introduction in Hebrew and English.

34 cm. Illustrated.
Die Darmstädter Pessach-Haggadah : codex orientalis 8 der Landesbibliothek zu Darmstadt aus dem vierzehnten jahrhundert / herausgegeben und erläutert von Bruno Italiener ; unter mitwirkung von Aron Freimann, August L. Mayer und Adolf Schmidt ; mit einer gesamtbibliographie der illustrierten Haggadah, 15th Century.

Location: Germany

Facsimile. Published in Leipzig, Germany, 1927-1928. Written by the scribe Israel ben Meir of Heidelberg. The illuminations reflect contemporary German architecture and dress.

29-37 cm. Illuminated.
Die Pessach-Haggadah des Gerschom Kohen, 1527 [i.e. 1526], 1526.

Location: Prague

Reproduction of the Frankfurter Stadtbibliothek copy of the original edition, printed by Gershom ben Solomon ha-Kohen, in Prague in 1526. This reproduction was printed in Berlin, Germany in 1926.

32 cm. Illustrated.
The earliest illustrated Haggadah : printed by Gershom Cohen at Prague / discovered and described by Lazarus Goldschmidt, 1526.

Location: Prague

Reproduction published in 1940 in London, England. Translated from the German manuscript by Immanuel Goldschmidt.

29 cm. Illuminated.
Call No. E q#410
The Passover Haggadah of Gershom Cohen : printed at Prague, in the year 5287/1527, 1526.

Location: Prague

Facsimile. Published in 1954 in Tel Aviv, Israel. Includes an introduction in English. Oldest known Haggadah printed with woodcuts. The woodcuts were later used in other printed Haggadot. Unique to this Haggadah is the mention of an obscure practice. On p. 36 is a woodcut of a man holding and pointing to a leaf of lettuce. The accompanying note says, "It is generally customary that the husband points to his wife because of the Biblical reference that a bad woman is more bitter than death."

18 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1526.

Location: Prague

Facsimile. Printed in New York, 1964. Includes an English introduction.

36 cm. Illustrated.
The earliest illustrated Haggadah : printed by Gershom Cohen at Prague / discovered and described by Lazarus Goldschmidt, 1526.

Location: Prague

Reproduction published in 1940 in London, England. Translated from the German manuscript by Immanuel Goldschmidt.

29 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Prag 287 = The Passover Haggadah : Prague 1526, 1526.

Location: Prague

Facsimile printed in Jerusalem in 1972.

32 cm. Illustrated.
The Ashkenazi Haggadah : a Hebrew manuscript of the mid-15th Century from the collections of the British Library / written and illuminated by Joel ben Simeon, called Feibusch Ashkenazi ; with a commentary attributed to Eleazar ben Judah of Worms ; introduction, notes on the illuminations, transcription, and English translation by David Goldstein. 16th Century .

Location: Germany

Facsimile printed in 1985 in Tel Aviv. Additional artwork added by a different artist. Includes a transcription of the Hebrew as well as an English translation.

39 cm. Illuminated.
The Ashkenazi Haggadah : a Hebrew manuscript of the mid-15th Century from the collections of the British Library / written and illuminated by Joel ben Simeon called Feibusch Ashkenazi ; with a commentary attributed to Eleazar ben Judah of Worms ; introduction, notes on the illumination, transcription, and English translation by David Goldstein, 16th Century.

Location: Germany

Facsimile was printed in 1985 in New York. Additional artwork added by a different artist. Includes a transcription of the Hebrew as well as an English translation.

39 cm. Illuminated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, Venetsyah 369 = The Passover Haggadah, Venice 1609 / mavo me-et Betsal'el Narkis, 1609.

Location: Venice, Italy

Facsimile printed in 1974 Jerusalem. "The Venice Haggada of 1609: introduction" (15 p.) inserted. Translated by Juda-Arie Leon de Modena.

35 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah bi-leshon ha-kodesh uvi-leshon Italyano : `im kamah tsurot `al kol ha-otot veha-moftim asher na`asu la-avotenu be-Mitsrayim, ba-yam uva-midbar ... / ve-gam ba be-tokham pe. Tseli esh ... ve-hu kitsur Zevah Pesah m.h. Rav Don Yitshak Abravan[el] z.l, 1715-1716.

Location: Venice, Italy

Hebrew commentary by Abarbanel. Includes the traditional Hebrew text with an Italian translation.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Ofenbakh 482 = The Passover Haggadah : Offenbach 1722, 1722.

Location: Offenbach, Germany

Facsimile printed in Jerusalem in 1972. Originally published by Yisra'el ben Mosheh

32 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah: im birkhoteha, 1728-1729.

Location: Amsterdam

Pocket edition of Haggadah limiting its Yiddish commentary to occasional rubrics. It relies on eye-catching initial letters and woodcuts to make the text come alive. Handwritten note in Hebrew/Yiddish on the inside of the back cover.

15 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Ashkenaz, 489 (1729) = Pessach Haggadah : Ashkenaz, 1729, 1729.

Location: –ttingen, Germany

Facsimile printed in Tel Aviv in 1985. Text in Hebrew; rubrics in Hebrew and Yiddish. Facsimile of Pessach Haggadah, –ttingen, 1729. Scribe and illustrator: Jacob ben Michael May Segal. Introduction by Chaya Benjamin. Many of the illuminations are based on woodcuts and copper engravings from the printed Haggadot of Venice and Amsterdam.

31 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadat Moravyah = The Moravian Haggadah, 1737.

Location: Amsterdam

Facsimile printed in 198-? The Illuminations are based on the well-known Amsterdam engravings with some additions and changes. Also known as the The Alexander Karl Floersheim Haggadah.

31 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Altona, Ashkenaz, 498 (1738) / katav ve-tsayar, Yosef ben David mi-Laypnik = Passover Haggadah : Altona, Germany, 1738 / scribe, illustrator Joseph ben David of Leipnik, 1738.

Location: Altona, Germany

Facsimile published in Tel Aviv in 1987. Includes an abbreviation of the Zevah Pesah commentary by Isaac Abravanel as well as a short mystical commentary. Ashkenazi and Sephardi rites included. Includes a separate introduction in Hebrew and English.

34 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadat Kopenhagen 499 : faksimilah = Copenhagen Haggadah : facsimile , 1739.

Location: Altona-Hamburg, Germany

Facsimile printed in Tel Aviv in 1986. The Artist is Uri Pheibush [Philip Isac Levy]. Introduction by Chaya Benjamin. Hebrew and English (12 p.) inserted.

33 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah Seder shel Pesah, 1740-1741.

Location: Fuerth, Germany

Yiddish and Hebrew. Includes a list of laws for Passover. Contains many woodcuts as well as artistic initial letters with leaves growing from them. Wine stains throughout.

31 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / [`orekh u-mehkar, Nahman Ran, `orekhet mishneh, Nivah Penai] = Passover Haggadah / [editor and research, Nachman Ran, assist. editor, Niva Panai], 1751.

Location: Altona-Hamburg, Germany

Facsimile of The Altona-Hamburg Haggadah. Manuscript. 1751 (Codex Levy 22). Published in Tel Aviv in 1986. English and Hebrew. "Map of the Land of Israel, drawn by Abraham Bar-Yaacov, the first Hebrew-letter printed map, attached to the Amsterdam Haggadah from 1696" found on pp. 27-30. "By the Scriber ... Uri Feivisch, son of Rabbi Itzhak Eizik ...."

28 x 329 cmfolded to 28 x 12 cm. Illustrated .
Hagadah shel Pesah / ['orekh u-mehkar, Nahman Ran, 'orekhet mishneh, Nivah Penai] = Passover Haggadah / [editor and research, Nachman Ran, assist. editor, Niva Panai], 1751.

Location: Altona-Hamburg, Germany

Facsimile of The Altona-Hamburg Haggadah. Manuscript. 1751 (Codex Levy 22). Published in Tel Aviv in 1986. English and Hebrew. "Map of the Land of Israel, drawn by Abraham Bar-Yaacov, the first Hebrew-letter printed map, attached to the Amsterdam Haggadah from 1696" found on pp. 27-30. "By the Scriber ... Uri Feivisch, son of Rabbi Itzhak Eizik ...."

28 x 329 cmfolded to 28 x 12 cm. Illustrated .
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1757-1758.

Location: Venice, Italy

Ladino and Hebrew. Includes the evening service for the first days of Passover.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagada le-Fesah, 1764-1765.

Location: Amsterdam

Includes a short version of Isaac Abarbanel's Zevah Pesah commentary. Wine stains throughout.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #3
Passover Haggada : Germany, 1768 / scribe/illustrator, Nathan ben Abraham Speyer of Breslau ; collection of the Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem, Ms. Heb. 8vo 2340 = Hagadah shel Pesah : Ashkenaz, 528 (1768) / katav ve-tsiyer Natan ben Avraham Shpaiyer mi-Bresla ; osef Bet ha-sefarim ha-le'umi veha-universita'i, Yerushalayim, ketav-yad 8vo 2340, 1768.

Location: Breslau, Germany

Facsimile published in Tel Aviv in 1984. Text in Hebrew; rubrics in Yiddish. Accompanied by introductory material in Hebrew and English, including bibliographies, prepared by Chaya Benjamin.

30 cm. Illuminated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1779-1780.

Location: London, England

17 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah Seder shel Pesah, 1782-1783.

Location: Fuerth, Germany

Text and commentary in Hebrew; ceremonial directions in Yiddish. Includes commentary by Isaac Abarbanel. Wine stains throughout.

31 cm. Text only.
Helek rishon mi-Sefer arba' yesodot, 1782-1783.

Location: Amsterdam

Text and commentaries in Hebrew; ceremonial directions in Yiddish. Signed on 1st page by Hare Lovy and Leopold Fried. Stamped on 2nd page by Dr. Hinko Urbah. A faded list of names appears in Hebrew and English on the final two pages. Includes the laws for Passover.

23 cm. Text only.
Sefer hamon hogeg , 1793-1794.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Ladino and Hebrew. Signed on title page by David b. Raphael Mendola. Wine stains throughout.

24 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel pesah : ins daytsh, iberzetst und mit nittslikhen anmerkungn ferzehn, 1795.

Location: Offenbach, Germany

Illustrations were made from woodcuts. Commentary by Joel Brill, based on the Berlin Haggadah of 1745.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Ma'aleh bet horin , 1795-1796.

Location: Dyhernfurth, Germany

Stamped on first page: Auguste Steinert Berlin. Includes laws for Passover. Some of the text is underlined in pencil and a few marginal notes are written in pencil. Includes commentary by Isaac Abarbanel.

23 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1795-1796.

Location: Karlsruhe, Germany

Ceremonial directions in Yiddish.

17 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1795-1796.

Location: Pisa, Italy

Hebrew and Spanish; Spanish is in Hebrew script. Wine stains throughout.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #1
Seder agadah shel Pesah, 1805-1806.

Location: Venice, Italy

Ladino (in Rashi script) and Hebrew.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Agadat arba' Kosot , 1817.

Location: Amsterdam

Not a Haggadah. Contains special readings for each of the four cups of wine.

18 cm. Text only.
Compendium orationum = [Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : kefi minhag Ashkenazim] .., 1828.

Location: Verona, Italy

Hebrew text with some Latin on the title page. Primarily text with four simple illustrations: at the beginning, next to the descriptions of the Matzah and Bitter herbs, and after the final song.

20 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, oder, Fortrag oyf dia beyden erzten abende Pesah , 1829.

Location: Fuerth, Germany

Hebrew and Yiddish.

17 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = Service for the two first nights of Passover : in Hebrew and English, according to the custom of the German and Polish Jews / carefully revised and corrected by Isaac Levi .., 1842.

Location: London, England

Contains eight copper plates relating to the service.

21 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah le-lel shikorim, 1849.

Location: Amsterdam

English title: Haggadah for the Night of Drunks. This is a parody of the Passover Haggadah for use on the holiday of Purim. An example of parodied text: Instead of the "son who doesn't know how to ask," this Haggadah has the "son who doesn't know how to drink" (p. 7). For this son, you are instructed to open his mouth for him. Written by Zevi Hirsch Sommerhausen.

19 cm. Text only.
Hagadah = Racconto degli avvenimenti memorabili occasionanti la Pasqua / traduzione riveduta e corretta dall' Mayer Randegger, 1851.

Location: Vienna, Austria

Contains the traditional Hebrew text with an Italian translation. Handwritten notes appear throughout in Hebrew (Rashi script), Italian, and Greek. Four handwritten pages, in Hebrew and Italian, were inserted into the beginning of the Haggadah. These pages serve as an annotated table of contents. Signed on the inside of the cover.

21 cm. Text only.
Sefer Pi ha-medaber : (notarikon perush Hagadah / mi-meni Yosef bar Rabenu David), 1853-1854.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Hebrew with commentary in Rashi script. Stampted on title and back pages by the Librairie Hebraique in Djerba, Tunisia. Wine stains appear throughout.

25 cm. Text only.
Seder ha-hagadah shel Pesah, 1864.

Location: Trieste, Italy

Wine stains throughout.

32 cm. Illustrated.
[Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah : `im ha`atakah u-hora'at ha-dinim u-ha-minhagim ba-lashon hollandit] = Hagadah, voordragt op de beide eerste avonden van het Paasch-feest : in het Nederduitsch vertaald en met vele ophelderingen voorzien / door G.A. Parser .., 1864.

Location: Amsterdam

Hebrew text with Dutch translation and commentary.

17 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Tri'esti 624 = The Passover Haggadah : Trieste 1864 / mahadurat Avraham Hai Morpurgo ; ha-ilustratsyot `a. y. K. Krikhmayer [sic], 1864.

Location: Trieste, Italy

Facsimile printed in Jerusalem in 1974.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1868.

Location: Vilna, Poland

Includes ten commentaries by well-known sages. Wine stains throughout.

23 cm. Text only.
[Hagadah ve-seder shel Pesah] = Form of service for the two first nights of the feast of Passover, 1869.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Wine stains throughout.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Sefer zikrono le-hayyim : le-zikaron ka'iti ha-nes le-mino be-mile de-Agadata lel hitkadesh hag ha-Pesah ... / ve-hu ha-tsa'ir Hayyim ha-kohen .., 1874-1875.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Hebrew and Judaeo-Arabic (using Rashi script).

20 cm. Text only.
[Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah] = Hagadah, voordragt op de beide eerste avonden van het Pesach-feest : met aanwijzing der gebruiken in het Nederduitsch, 1876.

Location: Amsterdam

Hebrew text with ceremonial directions in Dutch. Missing pages 35-46.

18 cm. Text only.
Seder Ha-Hagadah le-lel shemorim : meduyak hetiv u-mesudar yafe u-meturgam ashkenazit = Hagadah / me-et Volf ben Shimshon ben ish Haidenhaim, 1877.

Location: Rodelheim, Germany

Hebrew with Yiddish translation. Hebrew signature of the publisher is found on the title page. [Missing from shelf.]

18 cm. .
Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah = Hagadah, voordragt op de beide eerste avonden van het Pesach-feest : met Nederduitsche opschriften, 1884.

Location: Amsterdam

Hebrew text with ceremonial directions in Dutch.

19 cm. Text only.
Hagadah ve-seder shel Pesah = Form of service for the first two nights of the feast of Passover / with English translation, 1886.

Location: New York

22 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im tsiurim ve-targum `Aravi : ke-minhag k.k. Bagaad : ... ve-`atah hosafnu vo piyutim nehmadim, tefilat `arvit ... ve-dinim ha-nitsrakhim .., 1886-87.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Hebrew and Judaeo-Arabic (in Hebrew characters). The pages of this Haggadah were not cut correctly; some pages are too wide and every two pages are connected at the top. Includes the evening service.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Sefer Hakam lev / notri. leha-tsa`ir Kamos ben Musa Had'ad, 1886-87.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Judaeo-Arabic and Hebrew.

29 cm. Text only.
Hagadah ve-seder shel Pesah = Form of service for the first two nights of the feast of Passover : with English translation, 1889.

Location: New York

The front cover serves as an advertisement for "The Original Felix" Kosher Dining Rooms, a Kosher restaurant and importer of Kosher wines. On the back cover is an advertisement for The Hebrew Standard, a weekly Jewish Journal published in New York during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1889-1890.

Location: Algiers, Algeria

Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1893.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Complete Haggadah text in Hebrew followed by complete Haggadah text in German. Stamped by Jakob B. Brandeis.

20 cm. Text only.
The Haggadah according to the rite of Yemen : together with the Arabic-Hebrew commentary / published for the first time from mss. of Yemen with an introduction, translation and critical and philological notes by William H. Greenburg, 1896.

Location: London, England

Hebrew text with commentary in Hebrew, Arabic (in Hebrew characters), and Aramaic.

23 cm. Text only.
The Haggadah according to the rite of Yemen : together with the Arabic-Hebrew commentary / published for the first time from mss. of Yemen with an introduction, translation and critical and philological notes by William H. Greenburg, 1896.

Location: London, England

Hebrew text with commentary in Hebrew, Arabic (in Hebrew characters), and Aramaic.

23 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1897.

Location: London, England

Hebrew and English. Translated by Aaron Asher Green and authorized by the Chief Rabbi of England, Rabbi Naftali Adler ha-Kohen. A handwritten note on first page reads: "Rebecca Melchior: a present from the Chief Rabbi N. Adler."

23 cm. Text only.
Call No. Haggadah #6
[Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah] = Voordracht op de beide eerste avonden van het Pesach-feest : met Nederlandsche opschriften, 1897.

Location: Amsterdam

Hebrew text with ceremonial directions in Dutch.

19 cm. Text only.
Sefer Magid mesharim : hu be'ur hadash u-maspik `al Hagadah shel Pesah : `im mavo gadol ... me-eti Netan'el Hayyim b. Mosheh Naman Pape, 1899-1900.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Includes an introduction by Netan'el Hayyim ben Mosheh Naman Pape. Includes additions and comments by the son of the author on page 16.

24 cm. Text only.
The Erna Michael wood blocks; twenty nine illustrations from original wood blocks successors of the Venice Haggadah. Introduction by Bezalel Narkiss, 19th Century.

Location: Italy

Collection of 29 imprints made in 1977 from original 19th-century wood blocks based on the famous Venice Haggadah of 1609. The near completeness of the collection of biblical and ritual wood cuts intended for printing is a rare find. Not a Haggadah; does not contain text.

33 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E f#799
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = Hagada : Gebete für den häuslichen Gottesdienst am ersten und zweiten Abende des Pessachfestes / Deutsch übersetzt und erlautert von Dr. R.T. Fürstenthal ; nebst einem Gedichte "Das Pessachfest" von Salomon Plessner, 1900.

Location: Prague

Hebrew and German text.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Hagadah for Passover : with English translation, 1901-1902.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

16 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah : leshon ... `aravi menukad ke-fi minhag ... Bagdad ... ve-gam ke-fi `are Hodu : ve-nosaf `od meturgemet bi-leshon Anglizi, .., 1903-1904.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew. According to the customs of Bagdad and the cities of India.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im pitaron be-lashon Italiki `im kamah tsurot ... ve-nosaf ... tefilat `Arvit .., 1903-1904.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Italian and Hebrew. Includes the Evening prayer service.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1904.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Text in German and Hebrew; ceremonial directions in Hebrew.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah : `im perush uminhage ... M.h.R.L. mi-Prag, 1905.

Location: Warsaw, Poland

Commentaries by Judah Loew ben Bezalel (ca. 1525-1609) and ehudah Yudl Rozenberg (1865-1935).

24 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im matayim sheloshim u-shemoneh perushim ve-hosafot / me-et maranan ve-rabanan geonim kedoshim .., 1907.

Location: Podgorze, Poland

Includes commentaries by 238 different sages.

22 cm. Text only.
[Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah] = Hagadah, voordracht op de beide eerste avonden van het Pesach-feest : met Nederlandsche opschriften, 1909.

Location: Amsterdam

Text in Hebrew; ceremonial directions in Dutch.

20 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im be'ur hadash Tavlin le- mitsvah ... : ha-nushah ha-nehugah ule-`umatah nushat ha-Rambam / yatsa le-or `al yede Avraham Aharon ha-Levi Prag, 1909-1910.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

23 cm. Text only.
Seder ha-Hagadah le-lel shimurim = Erzählung von dem Auszuge Israels aus „gypten... / übersetzt von W. Heidenheim .., 190-?.

Location: Rodelheim, Germany

Hebrew text with a German text (old German script). Printed by W. Heidenheim.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : een verzameling van gebeden, vertellingen en liederen, ten gebruike voor de Pesach-avondviering : zoowel in huiselijken kring als in gezamenlijke bijeenkomsten, 190-?.

Location: Amsterdam

From the library of S. van Maarsen, with his bookplate.

20 cm. Text only.
Hagadah ve-Seder shel Pesah = form of service for the two first nights of the feast of Passover : with English translation, 190-?.

Location: New York

Distributed by "S.J. Gold, the South's Leading Kosher Delicatessen." [Missing from library shelf.]

15 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1910.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Text in German and Hebrew; ceremonial directions in German.

22 cm. Text only.
Seder hagadah shel Pesah = form of services for the first two nights of Passover, with illustrations / revised and edited by Dr. A. Th. Philips, music by H. A. Russoto, 1912.

Location: New York

22 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = Form of services for the first two nights of Passover, with illustrations / revised and edited by A. Th. Philips, 1912.

Location: New York

Includes a special chapter with music for the Passover service composed, selected, and arranged by the Rev. Henry A. Russotto.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : mit zekhzig perushim in `ivri taitsh, 1912.

Location: New York

Commentary by Jacob ben Wolf Kranz (1740?-1804), who is also known as the Dubnow Maggid or Dubner Maggid.

23 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah le-lel shemurim : meduyak hetiv, mesudar yafeh u-meturgam anglit = Service for the first two nights of Passover, 1912.

Location: New York

Includes music arranged by Henry A. Russotto.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah mit myuzik noten = Passover Hagadah with music, 1912?.

Location: New York

Yiddish cover page; English back cover. Text in both Hebrew and English. At the end of the Haggadah is the music for four songs signed by Henry A. Russotto, p. 63.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah le-lel shimurim : `im be'ur Masa ge ha-hizayon ... / hiber ... Aryeh Leb Frumkin .., 1912-1913.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew only. Includes a Hebrew commentary.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah : iberzetst idish mit talmudishe legenden wegen yetsi'at Mitsraim : mit fiel biblishe bilder / bearbaitet durkh H. Niselavits, 1913-1914.

Location: Warsaw-Vilna, Poland

Hebrew and Yiddish. Wine stains throughout.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im ha`atakah `ivri taitsh ha-meduveret benenu ve-`im perush u-meshalim meha-Rav ha-m.m. mi-Dubna : `im shev`ah tsiurim yafim ve-na`im, 1916.

Location: New York

Text in Yiddish and Hebrew Commentary by Jacob ben Wolf Kranz (1740?-1804), who is also known as the Dubnow Maggid or Dubner Maggid.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Seder service for Passover eve in the home / arranged by Mrs. Philip Cowen, 1918.

Location: New York

U.S. Army issued. National Jewish Welfare Board.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Order of service for Passover (Haggada) / issued by the Jewish War Services Committee for India, 1918.

Location: Calcutta, India

"Copies can be obtained free of charge from the supervising officer for Jewish soldiers in India, Fort William, Calcutta."

19 cm. Text only.
Call No. LSC 3885
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Seder service for the first two nights of Passover, with illustrations / revised and edited by Herman Klopper ; music composed, selected and arranged by Henry A. Russoto, 191-?.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. This undated Haggadah was edited by Dr. Herman Klopper and contains original music by Henry A. Russotto.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Seder ha-Hagadah le-lel shimurim = Erzählung von dem Auszuge Israels aus „gypten für die beiden ersten Pessachabende / nach W. Heidenheim ; neu übersetzt von Rabbiner Dr. Selig Bamberger, 1921.

Location: Rodelheim, Germany

Hebrew with German translation. Limited edition of 100 copies on handmade paper.

25 cm. Text only.
Call No. Haggadah #5
Hebrew title romanized. | Cover title: Hagadah shel Pesah = Hagadah for Passover, 1921.

Location: Vienna, Austria

Edited and printed by "Union" (Appel Brothers).

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah be-'otiyot gedolot u-vehirot : mit di dinim vas zainen shaiakh tsu bedikat homets un di sedarim in Idish .., 1921.

Location: New York

Hebrew and Yiddish. From the library of the Yeshiva d'Rambam & T.T., Brooklyn, N.Y., Rabbi Dr. Samuel L. Skolnick, Executive Director, with its stamp.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : ...mit sipurim oyf `Ivri Taytsh, 1921.

Location: Vienna, Austria

Commentary by Jacob ben Wolf Kranz (1740?-1804), who is also known as the Dubnow Maggid or Dubner Maggid.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1922.

Location: Vilna, Poland

Includes 16 commentaries by well-known sages.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagada : aangeboden door de firma Wed. J. Stein, Amsterdam .., 1922.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Haggadah text and notes are in Hebrew. Ceremonial directions are in Dutch. The cover has a black and white illustration of a man holding up a wine cup.

23 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Seder service Hagadah for Passover / ... meturgam 'al yede Rahel Me'ir .., 1922.

Location: Vienna, Austria

Hebrew text with an English translation by Rakhel Me'ir.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah shel Pesah , 1923.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Handwritten by Baruch Parnetsiskah and illustrated by Jacob Steinhardt. Signed by the artist.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #2
The Union Haggadah : home service for the Passover / [edited by the Central Conference of American Rabbis], 1923.

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. Includes an essay at the end, "The Passover in history, literature, and art "(p. 123-162).

20 cm. Illustrated.
The Union Haggadah : home service for the Passover / [edited by the Central Conference of American Rabbis], 1923.

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. Includes an essay at the end, "The Passover in history, literature, and art" (p. 123-162).

20 cm. Illustrated.
Haggada de Pessah / texte hébreu revu par le rabbin Back ; mis en français par Edmond Fleg ; orné d'illustrations de Janine Aghion, 1925.

Location: Paris, France

Hebrew with a French translation. Limited edition of 1500 copies on rag paper.

28 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1926.

Location: New York

Text in Hebrew and Yiddish; ceremonial directions and introduction in Yiddish. Includes a picture of Warsaw (p. 142).

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder hagadah le-lele Pesah : `im ezeh devarim al mekorah mi-kunteres magid me-reshit le-d.a. landshuteh, ve-`im hora'at ha-dinim veha-minhagim be-lashon hollandit = Voordracht voor de beide eerste avonden van het Paaschfeest : met aanwijzing der voorschriften en gebruiken in de nederlandsche taal / door G.I. Polak, 1926.

Location: Amsterdam

Text in Hebrew; notes and ceremonial directions in Dutch.

19 cm. Text only.
Call No. Haggadah #9
Sefer Navah tehilah `al Hagadah shel Pesah / ... amarim ... mi-tokh kitve ... Ya`akov David ... me-Radomsk ; divre ha-mesader ... Noah Vayntrob, 1926-1927.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew with commentary in Rashi script.

21 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1927.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Arranged and illustrated by Otto Geismar.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #8
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1928.

Location: New York

New English translation by Judah David Eisenstein. Illustrations by Lola.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah `im tsiyurim = Hagadah / arranged by J. D. Eisenstein ; illustrated by Lola, 1928.

Location: New York

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pessah' : (ritual da ceia Pascal) / traduçao e arranjo de A.C. de Barros Basto (Ben-Rosh), 1928.

Location: Porto, Portugal

Text in Portuguese.

19 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 192-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Yiddish and Hebrew.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1930.

Location: London, England

English translation by Betzalel Ruth. Illustrated and decorated by Albert Rutherston. Issued in gold-stamped blue crushed morocco; all edges gilt; signed inside front cover: Bound by Wood, London.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1930.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Includes music arranged by Solomon Rosowsky.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #7
The Haggadah : a new edition / with English translation, introduction, and notes by Cecil Roth ; with drawings by Donia Nachshen, 1934.

Location: London, England

A second title page claims that it was printed in Holland.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah le-Pesah nusah ha-Rambam be-sifro ha-Yad ha-hazakah ... : `im biografiah ketsarah me-hayey ha-Rambam ... :`a.p. seder minhage ha-Gra mi-Vilna .., 1935.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Includes a short biography on the life of the Rambam (Maimonides). Includes the Song of Songs.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah le-Bet Ya`akov : `ivrit ve-'idit `im sipurim ve-perushim migdole ha-darshanim u-venam R. Ya`akov mi-Dubna, 1935.

Location: New York

Text in Hebrew and Yiddish. Includes commentaries by noted sages, including Jacob ben Wolf Kranz (1740?-1804), who is also known as the Dubnow Maggid or Dubner Maggid.

17 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah (The Cowen Haggadah) = The Seder service for Passover eve in the home / arranged by Mrs. Philip Cowen, 1935.

Location: New York

U.S. Army issued. Distributed by the National Jewish Welfare Board.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah (The Cowen Haggadah) = The Seder service for Passover eve in the home / arranged by Mrs. Philip Cowen, 1935.

Location: New York

U.S. Army issued. Distributed by the National Jewish Welfare Board.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Seder hagadah shel Pesah = Die Pessach-Haggada / herausgegeben und erklärt von E. D. Goldschmidt, 1937.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Text in Hebrew with a German translation.

20 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Passover Hagadah : services for the Passover nights / arranged by H. Meiliz ; with illustrations, 1937.

Location: London, England

Distributed by the Pro-Palestine fund. The back of the Haggadah has two pictures of Jewish settlers in pre-1948 Palestine.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah le-Pesah , 1937-1938.

Location: Kibbutz Yagur, Israel

Non-traditional text.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Bet Yisra'el : ve-hu be'ur Hagadah shel Pesah : ... Petah ha-bayit, hemah ha-`inyanim ha-kerovim el peshutah ... : Hadre ha-bayit, hemah ha-`inyanim ha-mitfarshim derekh pilpul ve-derash : ... `Amude ha-bayit hemah `inyanim nifradim gam hu yoreh mekor ha-davar ... / divre ha-mehaber Yitshak Yehoshu`a ... ; mi-meni Shim`on Halperin, 1937-1938.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew text with a Hebrew introduction and commentary.

23 cm. Text only.
Bet Ya`akov : be'ur `al Hagadah shel Pesah / mah she-hanani d. ... Shim`on Halperin .., 1937-1938.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew text with a Hebrew introduction and commentary.

23 cm. Text only.
Hagadah Erets Yisre'elit le-Fesah, 1938.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

English and Hebrew. Bound in decorated wooden boards, with cloth spine.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah le-Pesah, 1938-1939.

Location: Kibbutz Yagur, Israel

Hebrew only. Handwritten with sketches and mimeographed for members of Kibbutz Yagur. Original text with a few traditional passages.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1939.

Location: Le Caire, France

Illustrations in this Haggadah are reproduced from the Livorno Haggadot.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : be-'otyot gedolot uve-hirot uve-nikud le-fi nusah Yehude Teman, 1939-1940.

Location: Jaffa, Israel

Follows the Yeminite version. The final pages have advertisements for other publications by the publisher.

17 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah le-lel shimurim = Hagadah service for the first two nights of Passover / with a revised English translation of the text of the Rev. A.P. Mendes, 1940.

Location: London

"Illustrations reproduced from original engravings."

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1940-1941.

Location: Kibbutz Giv`at Brener, Israel

Hebrew only. Handwritten non-traditional text.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah for Passover = [Hagadah shel Pesah], 1941.

Location: New York

Illustrated by Saul Raskin.

36 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah `im `iturim ve-tsiurim me-et 'Asher Furst, 1941.

Location: New York

Includes an English translation by Abraham Regelson and illustrations by Sigmund Forst.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1941-1942.

Location: Kibbutz Na'an, Israel

Hebrew only. Handwritten with a non-traditional text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1941-1942.

Location: Kibbutz Bet ha-Shitah, Israel

Hebrew only. Handwritten with a non-traditional text. Wine stains on several pages.

17 cm. Illustrated.
The new Haggadah for the Pesah Seder = Hagadah shel Pesah seder hadash / edited by Mordecai M. Kaplan, Eugene Kohn, and Ira Eisenstein for the Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation ; illustrated by Leonard Weisgard, 1942.

Location: New York

Published by the Jewish Reconstructionist Movement. Includes a non-traditional text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah of Passover / translated by Maurice Samuel ; with an introduction by Louis Finkelstein ; music arrangements by Moshe Nathanson ; illustrated by Rafaello Busoni, 1942.

Location: New York

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1942-1943.

Location: Kibbutz Ein Harod, Israel

Non-traditional text with traditional elements. Handwritten and typed; mimeographed.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah Bet Ya`akov / leha-gaon ha-kadosh Ya`akov `Emden. ; y.l. `im ha-hosafot me-R. Mosheh Shov, 1942-1943.

Location: London

Includes the service for the counting of the Omer and the Song of Songs.

24 cm. Text only.
Passover Hagadah : with English instructions = Hagadah shel Pesah : metsuyeret `im otyot gedolot ve-`im he`arot be-`ivrit uve-'anglit / higiah Hayyim Mordekai Brekher, 1943.

Location: New York

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Haggadah of Passover : prepared for use of Jewish personnel of the Army and Navy of the United States in French North Africa during the Passover of the year 5703 .., 1943.

Location: Morocco

"This Haggadah has been prepared ... by l'Association des Anciens Elèves de l'Alliance Israélite Universelle and Société Olam Katan in the celebration of the Passover Seder on the 15th day of Nissan 5703 (April 19th 1943) "--Colophon.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1943.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the United Aged Home of Jerusalem.

14 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / edited by David and Tamar de Sola Pool, 1943.

Location: New York

Hebrew and English on facing pages.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1943-1944.

Location: Kibbutz Giv'at Brener, Israel

Handwritten and mimeographed.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1943-1944.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Handwritten and mimeographed. Non-traditional text; original four questions related to life on the Kibbutz.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1943-1944.

Location: Kibbutz Giv`at ha-Sheloshah, Israel

Handwritten and mimeographed.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : matanah me-et Yeshivah u-Metivta Rabenu Shelomoh Kluger, z.ts.l., 376 Ist Hoysten Strit, Nyu York = Souvenir of the Yeshiva and Mesifta Rabbi Solomon Kluger, 376 East Houston Street, New York, 1944.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Includes musical settings by H.A. Russotto. Serves as a fundraising tool for Yeshiva Rabbi Solomon Kluger. A message in Yiddish (front) and English (back) asks for money to help the Yeshiva feed, clothe, educate, and medically treat unfortunate children.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Hagadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Nota Koslowsky, 1944.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool for a number of Jewish organizations. Requests for donations are found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). Duke owns seven of these Haggadot which allows one to see the variety of covers as well as the different organizations which used this Haggadah for fundraising.

14 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Hagadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Nota Koslowsky, 1944.

Location: New York

Haggadah was printed as a fundraising tool for a number of Jewish organizations. Requests for donations are found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover).

14 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1944-1945.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Non-traditional text with traditional elements.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / edited by David and Tamar de Sola Pool for members of the armed forces of the United States, 1945.

Location: New York

Published by the National Jewish Welfare Board.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah : service for the first two nights of Passover : with a new translation / by Aaron Dym, 1945.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew.

31 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1945-1946.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Non-traditional text with traditional elements.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Seder service : Deutsches Theatre Restaurant, Munich, Germany, April 15-16, 1946 / conducting, Abraham J. Klausner, 1945-1946.

Location: Munich, Germany

Hebrew and Yiddish with English introduction. Published for the use of American Jewish soldiers in Germany. Handwritten and mimeographed. Non-traditional text that opens with, "...We were slaves to Hitler in Germany..." Illustrations depict scenes from the Holocaust.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Sefer Ve-higadta le-vanekha : Hagadah shel Pesah be-otyot gedolot `im ... `Aravi : ve-`im kol ha-dinim ha-nitsrakhim be-leshon ha-kodesh uve-leshon `Aravi : ve-nosaf ... Seder u-tikol ke-minhag ... Djerba ... uke-minhag ... Djefotsa ... `im Kidush ha-'arokh minhag Jerba u-piyutim .., 1945-1946.

Location: Djerba, Tunisia

Judaeo-Arabic and Hebrew.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1946.

Location: London, England

Text in Yiddish and Hebrew with commentaries in Yiddish. Published by the Chief Rabbi's (Religious Emergency) Council.

19 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1946.

Location: Merhavyah, Israel

Published by Kibbutz Hashomer Hatzair, the Kibbutz federation of a Zionist youth movement. Non-traditional text with some traditional elements. Duke has two copies of this haggadah. Copy two contains hand written and stamped ceremonial directions in Hebrew.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah / edited by Lazarus Goldschmidt ; illustrations by Bruno Frost ; translation by Paul Goodman, 1946.

Location: London

English and Hebrew. Includes song for unaccompanied voice: Had gadya.

29 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1946.

Location: Merhavyah, Israel

Hebrew date on the cover corresponds to 1946. Black and white drawings with first two pages colored in by hand. Non-traditional text which reflects the secular leanings of the early kibbutz community.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1946.

Location: Kibbutz Kefar Gil`adi Tel Hai, Israel

Hebrew only. Handwritten with a non-traditional text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1946-1947.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

23 cm. Text only.
Call No. Haggadah Pam #28
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1946-1947.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Includes commentaries by Abraham ben Ze'ev Nahum Bornstein and Samuel Bornstein.

25 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1946-1947.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew only. Handwritten non-traditional text. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1946-1947.

Location: Kibbutz Giv`at ha-Sheloshah, Israel

Handwritten and mimeographed. Non-traditional text. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah `al pi minhag Ashkenaz u-Sefarad / mugah u-mevo'ar `al yede Dani'el Goldschmidt, 1947.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Annotated by Daniel Goldschidt.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah / Hadpasah meyuhedet me-et Mosad Keren Spero .., 1947.

Location: New York

Published by the Spero Foundation to support their goal of "advancing traditional Judaism through the publication and distribution of Jewish classics, educational literature and allied purposeful philanthopic [sic] activities." "Issued for the Jews of Europe by Agudath Israel Youth Council of America."

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1947.

Location: Munich, Germany

Printed and distributed in Germany by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah de Pesaj, illustrada : servicio para las noches del Seder sugun el rito tradicional : traducido al Español moderno con versos poeticos y explanaciones necesarias / traducido por Tibor H. Stern, 1947.

Location: Kansas City, Missouri

Spanish and Hebrew.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1947-1948.

Location: Kibbutz, Israel

Non-traditional text. Illustrations relate to working and defending the land of Israel.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1947-1948.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Commentary by Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook.

25 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1947-1948.

Location: Kibbutz Kevutsat ha-Tsofim, Israel

Handwritten and mimeographed. Non-traditional text with added ceremonial directions in green ink. Signed on cover by Yehudah Engel.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1947-1948.

Location: Kibbutz Kefar Giladi, Israel

Written and Illustrated by Gidon Katsch. Handwritten and mimeographed. Non-traditional text.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1947-1948.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew only. Printed for the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.

22 cm. Text only.
A naye Hagode shel Pesah, 1948.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. Includes music for voice and piano.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1948.

Location: Kibbutz Ramat Yohanan, Israel

Non-traditional text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Le-hag ha-herut 708 , 1948.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Illustrations by Arieh Alweil. Issued for soldies of the Haganah. Non-traditional text. Illustrations on page 15 show military figures from throughout Jewish history.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Service for the first nights of Passover / with a revised English translation by Joseph Loewy and Joseph Guens, 1948.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Published before the independence of Israel. Includes music for songs at the end.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : `im mavo gadol ve-he`arot shonot u-perush hadash / me'et Shevah Knebel, 1948.

Location: New York

Hebrew with notes in Rashi script. Published by Philipp Feldheim. Listing of other Jewish texts published by Philipp Feldheim at the back.

23 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah / `im targum u-mavo ve-he`arot be-lashon Italkit me-et Shavtai To'af = Haggadah di Pasqua / testo Ebraico con traduzione Italiana, introduzione e note di Alfredo S. Toaff ; illustrata da Eva Romanin Jacur, 1948.

Location: Florence, Italy

Italian and Hebrew. Includes music for a few songs, including the Hatikvah (Israeli national anthem).

25 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah li-yeladim] = The children's Haggadah / edited by Dr. A.M. Silbermann ; illustrated by Ersin Singer ; with a new translation in prose and verse by Mr. Isidore Wartski ... and Rev. Arthur Saul Super M.A. ; and with a selection of Seder melodies, 1948.

Location: London

Several illustrations have movable parts. Includes songs for voices.

30 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1948-1949.

Location: Merhavyah, Israel

Published by Kibbutz Hashomer Hatzair, the Kibbutz federation of a Zionist youth movement. Non-traditional text.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1948-1949.

Location: Kibbutz Heftsi-bah, Israel

Handwritten with a non-traditional text. Page 30 in a different hand than rest of Haggadah.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1948-1952.

Location: Kibbutz Nezer, Israel

Non-traditional text with traditional elements.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1949.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Fundraising tool for Yeshivas Ohel Torah. Includes photographs of students studying, playing basketball, and playing ping pong on center pages.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Bibliographie der Oster-Haggadah, 1500-1900 / von S. Wiener, 1949.

Location: New York

Bibliography of Haggadot from 1500-1900. Hebrew with some German. Includes three loose pieces of paper with English handwritten notes about specific Haggadot and the history of the Haggadah.

29 cm. Text only.
Call No. E q#653
Hagadah shel Pesah / [edited by] Pablo Link, 1949.

Location: Buenos Aires

Hebrew and Spanish with ceremonial directions; notes and introduction in Spanish.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Passover Hagadah / translated by Z. Harry Gutstein, 1949.

Location: New York

23 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Hagadah = Hagadah shel Pesah / translated by Z. Harry Gutstein, 1949.

Location: New York

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1949.

Location: New York

Gift of the Yeshiva & Mesifta Toras Chaim of Greater New York. Printed in honor of the first Passover in the modern State of Israel as a fundraising tool. The request for donations is found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). The illustrations near the end of the Haggadah (pp. 53, 57) connect the text of the seder to the pioneering efforts in the new state of Israel.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1949.

Location: New York

"Exclusively produced as a Gift to the Friends and Supporters of the General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls, Jerusalem, Israel ..."--Cover. Printed in honor of the first Passover by the modern State of Israel as a fundraising tool. The request for donations is found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). The illustrations near the end of the Haggadah (pp. 53, 57) connect the text of the seder to the pioneering efforts in the new state of Israel.

15 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = The Pessach Haggadah / illuminated by Kafra, 1949.

Location: New York

Illuminated in the Medieval style. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

31 cm. Illuminated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = The Haggadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1949.

Location: New York

Supplemental text in Hebrew and English. Includes Israel's Proclamation of Independence in both Hebrew and English. With the traditional songs of the Haggadah composed and arranged by Cantor Joshua S. Weisser.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1949-1950.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Non-traditional text with traditional elements.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1949-1950.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Handwritten and illustrated by Arieh Alweil. Published by the Israeli Military Rabbinic Association for Israeli soldiers.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1949-1950.

Location: Kibbutz 'En Harod, Israel

Illustrations are reproductions of Haim Atar's murals in the kibbutz's dining room. Non-traditional text.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1949-1950.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Includes illustrations from older Haggadot.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Le-hag ha herut : perakim, 1949-1950.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew only. Several essays about Passover. Includes special Passover laws for soldiers. Published by the Israeli army.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Passover Haggadah / with a new translation by Saadyah Maximon ; and illustrations by Paul K. Freeman, 1949-1950.

Location: New York

Used as a fundraising tool for the General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah for Passover = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1949-1950.

Location: New York

Used as an advertising tool by Streit's Matzos.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 194-?.

Location: Kibbutz Kefar Monash, Israel

Handwritten and illustrated by Gidon Katsch.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 194-?.

Location: Kibbutz, Israel

Non-Traditional text with traditional elements. Handwritten and mimeographed.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Aviv, 194-?.

Location: Kibutz, Israel

Hebrew only. Handwritten, non-traditional text.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Hagadah = Hagadah Shel Pesah : with English translation, 194-?.

Location: New York

Hebrew and English. Includes some small sketches. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

23 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 194-?.

Location: Kibbutz Afikim, Israel

Handwritten non-traditional text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 194-?.

Location: Kibbutz Afikim, Israel

Handwritten non-traditional text. Page 10 (Hebrew numbers) with stylized illustration of Hebrew slaves and of free Hebrews leaving Egypt carrying unleavened dough on their heads. Page 10 (Arabic numbers) shows full page illustration of ship off coast of mandate Palestine at night with "illegal" immigrants coming ashore.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Service for the first nights of Passover / with a revised English translation by Joseph Loewy and Joseph Guens, 1950.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Bound in black cloth with padded boards, raised leaf design, cover and spine titles stamped in gold, tooled copper view of "David's Tower" from the wall of Jerusalem's old city outlined in gold stamping on upper board, and binder's name stamped in gold beneath copper tooling: Betsalel, Yerushalayim.

25 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah. supplemented by one hundred chapters ... arranged and edited by Menachem M. Kasher, 1950.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Sefer Hagadah shel Pesah : ... minhag Djerba ... u-piyut Had gadya ... be-lashon `Aravi, 1950.

Location: Djerba, Tunisia

Judaeo-Arabic and Hebrew.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1950-1951.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Non-traditional text with traditional elements.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1950-1951.

Location: New York

Hebrew and Yiddish. Includes photographs and sketches of well-known rabbis as an illustration for the Rabbis from B'nei Barak.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #47
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1950-1951.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Seder shel Pesah nosah Yagur, 1951.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Music only. Music by Yehudah Sharett. For celebrants, solo voices (SATB), mixed choir, children's choir, and instrumental ensemble.

25 cm. Text only.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = The haggadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1951.

Location: New York

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Passover Haggadah / with a new English translation by Isidore Fishman .., 1951.

Location: London

English and Hebrew with ceremonial directions and notes in English. Illustrations signed by Herz.

21 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Ma`ase le-melekh ... / mi-ketav yad she-katav ve-tsayar Mosheh b.R. Natan ha-Kohen ... ; ha-perush Ma`ase le-melekh ... / `a.y. Tsevi Ya`akov 'Avraham, 1951.

Location: New York

Includes facsimile of: Seder Hagadah shel Pesah ... / 'Ani Mosheh b.mo.h. Natan ha-Kohen katavti zo't ve-gamarti from 1816.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1951.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. The request for donations is found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). "Exclusively produced as a Gift to the Friends and Supporters of the General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls, Jerusalem, Israel, ..."--Cover. Duke has three copies of this Haggadah.

14 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Hagadah : Passover Seder Service, 1951.

Location: New York

Compliments of Maxwell House Coffee and Instant Maxwell House Coffee. "Prepared by Joseph Jacobs Jewish Market Organization, New York, N.Y."--Cover. Duke has two of these Haggadot.

14 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1951-1952.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew text. English translation included as an insert. Written and decorated by J. Zimberknopf.

37 cm. Illustrated.
The Pessah Hagada, 1951-1952.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

"This Hagada, printed in Jerusalem by Hamadpis Liphshitz Press, is a reproduction of an old Venetian edition ... It contained an Italian translation, for which English has been substituted."

41 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Pessah Hagada, 1951-1952.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Hebrew. Facsimile of Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : bi-leshon ha-kodesh u-fitrono bi-leshon Ashkenazim ... Venitsiyah : Stamperia Vendramina, 501 [1740 or 1741]. "This Hagada--printed in Jerusalem by Hamadpis Lipshitz Press, is a reproduction of an old Venetian edition of which the above [as in Facsimile note] is the original title page. It contained an Italian [?] translation, for which English has been substituted"--Colophon. "Ha-tseva`im veha-tsiurim ve-seder ha-`amudim hut`amu le-tavnit ha-hotsa'at"--Colophon. "`Al ha-kerikhah tsiur Ha lahma `anya bi-tseva`im mi-tokh Hagadat Sarayevo"--Yaari. Yaari 2416.

42 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Korea, 1952, 1952?.

Location: United States

For the use of American Jewish soldiers serving in Korea.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. LSC 3882
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Passover Haggadah : for Jewish personnel in the U.S. Armed Forces and Veterans Administration hospitals, 1952.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Uses the illuminated letters from the 1923 edition of the Union Haggadah. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

18 cm. Illustrated.
The Haggadah for children / prepared by Jacob P. Rudin, 1952.

Location: New York

Illustrated by R. Leaf. Includes music arranged by Prof. A.W. Binder.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1952-1953.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

This Haggadah was written and illustrated by David Alef.

18 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah / with English translation, introduction, and commentary based on the commentaries of E.D. Goldschmidt ; edited by Nahum N. Glatzer, 1953.

Location: New York

"Translation of the Haggadah text by Jacob Sloan, illustrated with woodcuts from the first illuminated Haggadah, Prague, 1526"--T.p. verso.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah tsum driten seder fun Histadrut kampayn / geshriben fun Avrohom Tverski ; stsenirt un rezsimirt fun Tsevi Skoler ; muzik unter der leytung fun N.L. Zoslovski, 1953.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. "The Hagadah for the Third Seder was written under the impact of the great event in Jewish history which took place six years ago--the creation of the State of Israel" (p. 4). Mostly an original text with some traditional elements.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Passover Haggadah / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1953.

Location: New York

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Passover Haggadah / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1953.

Location: New York

Cover contains advertisements of the Home of the Sages of Israel. Imperfect copy: P. 3-12, 17-18, 21-24, 27-28 lacking; bottom half of p. 15-16, 33-34, 41-42, 57-64 cut away. Cover contains advertisements of the Home of the Sages of Israel

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1953-1954.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Illustrated by Jacob Wechsler. Note on the front page indicates that the Haggadah was a gift to Dr. Pascher from Harold Scheinberg.

34 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1953-1954.

Location: New York

Text in English, Hebrew, and Yiddish; introduction in English.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im hamishah `asar perushim .., 1953-1954.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Commentaries by Rashi, et al.

23 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1954.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Includes commentaries by Moses Sofer, Samuel Ehrenfeld and David Tsevi Ehrenfeld. Reprint of the original which was published in Viena in 1883-1884.

17 cm. Text only.
Pessach-Haggadah / bearbeitet von Robert Raphael Geis, 1954.

Location: [Düsseldorf-Benrath?], Germany

Text in German and Hebrew; ceremonial directions in German. Includes illustrations from older Haggadot.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : service for the first nights of Passover / 17 illustrations in colour by A. Allweil, an essay by Max Brod and an accompanying text by I.M. Lask ; with a revised English translation and copious explanatory notes by Joseph Loewy and Joseph Guens, 1954.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Plates printed on separate paper and mounted on leaves.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover, 1954.

Location: New York

Hebrew and English.

16 cm. Illustrated.
The model seder / prepared by Harry Nelson and Harry Malin, 1954.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Changes "made to make the seder more meaningful for the children" (p. 3). Includes photographs of Jewish art and ritual objects.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1954-1955.

Location: Kibbutz Giv€˜at Brener, Israel

Non traditional text.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1955.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

English and Hebrew. Includes a special section for children.

28 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : `im mador meyuhad li-yeladim "Ve-higadeta le-vinkha" / `arukh `al yede Sh.S. ; tiken, `iter ve-tsiyer Ts. Livni, 1955.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Bound in white leather with padded upper board, tooled copper plate with title, Hagadah shel Pesaòh, outlined in gold stamping on upper board, in the style of Betzalel.

28 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah / Washington Hebrew Congregation, 1955.

Location: Washington D.C.

Typed on a typewriter and stapled together. "Adapted from Union prayer book"--Leaf [1].

28 cm. Text only.
The Haggadah for children / prepared by Jacob P. Rudin, 1955.

Location: New York

Illustrations by R. Leaf. English and/or Hebrew.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1955-1956.

Location: Kibbutz Merhavyah, Israel

Non-traditional text.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The haggadah of Passover, 1956.

Location: New York

Illustrated by Siegmund Forst. Fundraising tool for the United Charity Institutions of Jerusalem.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : service for the first nights of Passover / with a revised English translation and copious explanatory notes by Joseph Loewy and Joseph Guens ; with coloured illustrations, 1956.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Illustrations by Alvail. Plates printed on separate paper and mounted on leaves.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah for Passover = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1956-1957.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Published by Borden's as an advertising tool.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah for young people / by Martha Marenof, 1957.

Location: Boston, Massachussetts

Reads from left to right.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1958.

Location: Kibbutz Merhavyah, Israel

Illustrated by Moshe Proops and handwritten by Mordekhai Amitai. Includes musical instructions.

17 x 25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1958.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Slip mounted on p. 4 of cover indicates Haggadah distributed to participants in Passover tour 1929 April 22 to 1959 May 3.

92 mm. x 13 cm. Illustrated.
Samaritan Haggada and Pessah Passover: Zevah korban ha-Pesah, 1958.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Haggadah contains the Samaritan ceremony for the Passover sacrifice. Text is written in the Paleo-Hebrew script still used by the Samaritan community, as well as the square Hebrew script.

24 cm. Text only.
Haggadah for the American family : ... including a new complete English service with directions ... and Hebrew text / English service written by Martin Berkowitz, 1958.

Location: Merion, Pennsylvania

Martin Berkowitz was the Rabbi of Temple Adath Israel of the Main Line in Merion, Pennsylvania. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1958-1959.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Hebrew. Music arranged by Solomon Rosowsky.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1958-1959.

Location: Kibbutz Kefar Giladi, Israel

Non-traditional text.

17 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = Passover Haggadah : with explanatory notes and original readings : new translation / compiled and edited by Rabbi Morris Silverman ; designed and illustrated by Ezekiel Schloss, 1959.

Location: Hartford, Connecticut

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Passover Haggadah / a faithful English rendering by A. Regelson ; illustrations by S. Forst, 1959.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. The request for donations is found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). The obviously Zionistic illustrations from earlier editions of the Haggadah (see Haggadah Pam 12 mo #15) are missing from this edition.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1959.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew Only. A sticker with Hebrew writing on the back reveals that it was intended for the participants of a tour group celebrating passover from 1959 April 22-1959 May 3.

17 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel pesah = Passover Haggadah : with explanatory notes and original readings : new translation / compiled and edited by Morris Silverman ; designed and illustrated by Ezekiel Schloss, 1959.

Location: Hartford, Connecticut

English and Hebrew.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1959-60.

Location: Kefar Gil'adi, Israel

Hebrew only.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 195-?.

Location: Kibbutz Ramat Yohanan, Israel

Non traditional text with traditional elements.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 195-?.

Location: Kibbutz Alummot, Israel

Non-traditional text. Hebrew without vowels.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 195-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Non-traditional text with traditional elements.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 195-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Illustrated by Ze'ev. This Haggadah was an insert in the Maariv [Israeli] newspaper.

18 x 25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 195-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Handwritten and illustrated by David Alef and Ayelet ha-Shahar. Non-traditional text.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel ha-Seneh le-Pesah, 195-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Illustrated by Iris Shviitser. Non-traditional text written to emphasize the security provided by the Seneh, an Israeli security organization.

16 x 17 cm. Illustrated.
Seder lel hitkadesh hag : Hagadah shel Pesah... / ...perush...Avraham Shemu'el Binyamin Sofer... ; midreshe Hazal...ve-likute halakhot...Ya`akov Lisa, 195-?.

Location: New York

Hebrew only. Includes a number of pictures of well-known rabbis on the pages preceding and following the Haggadah text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 195-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

This Haggadah was handwritten and illustrated by David Alef. Non-traditional text. Duke owns two copies of this Haggadah.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 195-?.

Location: Kibutz, Israel

Hebrew with non-traditional text. Includes a form for admittance into the hospital with a handwritten note on the back. This Haggadah was written and Illustrated by Gidon Katsch.

24 cm. Illustrated.
The book of Passover; Passover in life and literature and Haggadah, 195-?.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Illustrations by Siegmund Forst. Jewish Pocket Books published haggadah which includes a number of essays about "Passover in Life and Literature." Printed as a fundraising tool for Yeshivah Torah Vodaath and Mesifta with a request for money in Yiddish and English.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1960.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew essays about the history of the Haggadah. On verso of t.p.: The Passover Haggadah: its sources and history, with the complete text of the traditional Haggadah, the most ancient Haggadah from the Cairo Genizah and sample pages of manuscript and printed Haggadot in reproduction. By Ernst Daniel Goldschmidt.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shelemah , 1960.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Includes commentaries by Menahem Kasher and Shmuel Ashkenazi.

26 cm. Text only.
The John Rylands Haggadah / Cecil Roth, 1960.

Location: Manchester, England

Article about the John Rylands Haggadah by Cecil Roth . Reprinted from the Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, Vol. 43, No. 1, September, 1960.

25 cm. Resource Material.
Call No. E Pam #2117
The first known printed Passover Hagadah / by Gershom Kohen, 1960.

Location: New York

Reprint of Prague, 1527 ed. Photo-copy of Hebrew text with English translation in parallel columns. Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / with a new translation by Saadyah Maximon and illustrations by Paul K. Freeman, 1960.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphans' Home for Girls in Israel.

16 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / with a new translation by Saadyah Maximon and illustrations by Paul K. Freeman, 1960.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Jerusalem General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls.

16 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = From twilight to dawn, the traditional Pessach Hagadah / arranged by Rabbi Shlomo Kahn, 1960.

Location: New York

Text in English and Hebrew on opposite pages; commentary in English.

24 cm. Text only.
Bibliografyah shel hagadot Pesah mi-reshit ha-defus ve-`ad ha-yom be-tseruf `esrim ve-hamishah tsilume dapim mi-tokh hagadot yikrot-metsi'ut, 1960.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

By Abraham Yaari. Bibliography of the Passover Haggadah from the earliest printed edition to 1900 with twenty five reproductions from rare editions.

35 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Passover Haggadah / with a new translation by Saadyah Maximon ; and illustrations by Paul K. Freeman, 1960.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool for the General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls. Duke has three copies of this Haggadah.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Bibliografyah shel hagadot Pesah mi-reshit ha-defus ve-`ad ha-yom be-tseruf `esrim ve-hamishah tsilume dapim mi-tokh hagadot yikrot-metsi'ut, 1960.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

By Abraham Yaari. Bibliography of the Passover Haggadah from the earliest printed edition to 1900 with twenty five reproductions from rare editions.

35 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah for Passover. Copied and illustrated by Ben Shahn. With a translation, introd., and historical notes by Cecil Roth, 1960.

Location: Boston, Massachussetts

31 cm. Illustrated.
Offenbacher Haggadah, 1960.

Location: Flushing, New York

Hebrew and German.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1961.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew text with some ceremonial directions in English and French. Illustrations by Moshe Proops.

28 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1961.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Includes 34 illustrations by Ze'ev Raban.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : first printed edition of a Haggadah from a parchment manuscript of the early eighteenth Century, anno 1731, Hamburg ... / courtesy of New York Public library - Jewish Division, 1961.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. Hebrew introduction with an English summary of the introduction.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Haggadah of Passover: Illustrated by David Gilboa, 1961?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Text in Hebrew with ceremonial directions in English and Hebrew. Sueded blue cloth binding with blue enameled metal title label on front cover.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #4
Hagadah for Passover = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1961-1962.

Location: New York

Printed as an advertising tool for the Streit Matzo Company.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1962.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

English and Hebrew. Handwritten and illustrated by Arthur Szyk.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1962.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Arranged by Walter Orenstein for a children's service. Includes explanations for difficult words as well as questions and answers about the laws of Passover.

21 cm. Illustrated.
A Haggadah for our time / edited and arranged by Rose Bernard ; illustrated by Florence Sloat, 1962.

Location: Los Angeles, California

Non-traditional text with music. Intended for children.

14 x 22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : ketav-yad me-osef Baron David Gintsburg ha-nimtsa be-Sifriyah ha-le'umit be-Moskva = The Günzburg Haggadah : first printed edition of an illuminated manuscript from the USSR microfilm collection in the New York University Library of Judaica and Hebraica, 1962.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. Hebrew introduction with an English summary of the introduction. Original from 1725.

23 cm. Illustrated.
The passover haggadah : a new version / by Israel Chodos ; music edited by Carl Urstein ; ill. by Thelma Witmer. Los Angeles : D'ror Press, 1962, 1962.

Location: Los Angeles, California

Original text with traditional elements.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah / translated by Rabbi Z. Harry Gutstein, 1963.

Location: New York

23 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = The Haggadah of Passover / edited by Rabbi David and Tamar de Sola Pool, 1963.

Location: New York

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Cecil Roth Oxford Haggadah : written in 1753 and subsequently owned by Joseph b. Leizer Speier of Amsterdam, 1963.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah for the American family : [a complete new Seder service : English service with directions / written by Martin Berkowitz], 1963.

Location: Merion, Pennsylvania

Second printing of the Haggadah for the American Family (1963). Includes the complete traditional Hebrew seder text as well as a shortened Hebrew/English text. Center pages contain an advertisement for Standard Brands Incorporated.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah li-yeladim = The children's Haggadah / edited by A.M. Silbermann ; illustrated by Erwin Singer ; with a new translation in prose and verse by Isidore Wartski and Arthur Saul Super ; and with a selection of Seder melodies, 1963.

Location: London

Several illustrations have movable parts. Includes songs for voices, chiefly unaccompanied.

30 cm. Illustrated.
Ta`arukhat Hagadot-Pesh me-osfo R. Natan Stayner .., 1964.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Program for an exhibition of Pesach-Haggadoth from the private collection of Mr. Nathan Steiner at the Museum of Ethnography and Folklore in Tel Aviv. In Hebrew.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1964.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Printed by General Foods Corporation as an advertisement for their Maxwell House brand of coffee.

21 cm. Illustrated.
The Pessach Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1964.

Location: Armentières-en-Brie, France

Fundraising tool for Yeshivah Ohr Joseph in France. Hebrew and English. Illustrated by Roland Blum. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Pardes ha-Hagadah : Hagadah shel Pesah / perushim ... remazim ... dinim ... sipure yetsi'at Mitsraim ba-`arikhat Gedalyah Segal be-siyua` 'Elimelekh He`shin, 1964-1965.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew only. Includes commentaries.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah, 1965.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Hebrew. "Newly translated throughout, with an introduction, by Harold Fisch" -- T.p. verso.

24 cm. Illustrated.
The Haggadah : past and present, 1965.

Location: Cincinatti, Ohio

Volume VII of the Journal Studies in Bibliography and Booklore. A number of articles about Haggadot in Hebrew and English.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E #12847
Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah (romanized form)], 1965.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Printed by General Foods Corporation as an advertisement for their Maxwell House brand of coffee.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : ketav yad metsuyar `al Klaf me-Osef Sifriyat Bet ha-nivharim be-Vashington mi-shenat...1470 = The Washington Haggadah : first printed edition of an illuminated manuscript from the Library of Congress.., 1965.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. Preface in English and Hebrew by L. Marwick. Reproduction of the Washington Haggadah from 1470. Original written by Joel ben Simeon. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

14 x 22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / targum angli hadash me-et Betsal'el Rot ; `arikhah Beno Rotenberg ; mavo Mikha'el Avi-Yonah = The Passover Haggadah / a new English version by Cecil Roth ; edited by Beno Rothenberg ; introduction by Michael Avi-Yonah, 1965.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Haggadah contains photographs of the landscape and antiquities of Israel and her neighbors as well as photographs of ornamented utensils used for the Passover Holiday from previous centuries and housed at the Bezalel Jewish National Museum in Jerusalem. The English translation is by Prof. Cecil Roth and the introduction is by Prof. Michael Avi-Yonah. The first Hebrew map, an etching by Abraham bar Yacob, originally printed in the Amsterdam Hagaddah of 1695, on lining papers.

31 cm. Illustrated.
The Gospel of Mark: the new Christian Jewish Passover Haggadah, 1965.

Location: Leiden, Netherlands

25 cm. Text only.
Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] : a faithful English rendering / by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1966.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool for the Home of the Sages of Israel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / he`etik u-tsayar Benyamin Sha'n ; `im targum, mavo, u-he'arot me-et Betsalel Rot, 1966.

Location: Paris, France

Title on added t.p.: Haggadah for Passover. Hebrew t.p. dated 724 i. e. 1963 or 1964. One of 228 numbered copies.

40 cm
Haggadah for the American family : English service with directions / written by Martin Berkowitz, 1966.

Location: Miami, Florida

Traditional Hebrew text with a shortened English/Hebrew seder printed in the direction of an English book (left to right). Of special note are the kosher food ads found on the inside covers of the Haggadah as well as the center pages which divide the English from the Hebrew sections. The advertisements found on the center pages are clearly identified as being for foods which, while kosher, are not kosher for Passover.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah mi-tokh mahazor Roma = The Mahzor Roma Haggadah : Bologna, Italy, anno 1540 / from the copy at the New York Public Library, Jewish Division, 1966.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Reproduction of the Mahzor Roma Haggadah. Hebrew text with commentary in Rashi script. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

22 cm. Text only.
[Hagadat Yehude Sin] = The Haggadah of the Chinese Jews : first printed edition from a manuscript of the seventeenth-eighteenth Century C.E. originating in the Jewish colony of K'ai-Feng Fu / with an introduction by Prof. Cecil Roth, 1967.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Hebrew text with an English introduction. Missing Dayyenu and some other traditional elements; includes hymns not found in the traditional text. Incorrect vocalization at times. Ceremonial directions written in the Judeo-Persian language, but using Hebrew characters.

22 cm. Text only.
[Hagadat Yehude Sin] = The Haggadah of the Chinese Jews : first printed edition from a manuscript of the seventeenth-eighteenth Century C.E. originating in the Jewish colony of K'ai-Feng Fu / with an introduction by Prof. Cecil Roth, 1967.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Hebrew text with an English introduction. Missing Dayyenu and some other traditional elements; includes hymns not found in the traditional text. Incorrect vocalization at times. Ceremonial directions written in the Judeo-Persian language, but using Hebrew characters.

22 cm. Text only.
Haggadah and woodcut : an introduction to the Passover Haggadah completed by Gershom Cohen in Prague, Sunday, 26 Teveth, 5287--Dec. 30, 1526 / by Rabbi Charles Wengrov, 1967.

Location: New York

Published to accompany its facsimile edition.

29 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E q#411
Haggada for Passover = Hagadah / published in enlarged Hebrew and English type for the partially sighted for the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America and the Jewish Braille Institute of America, Inc. ... ; newly translated throughout, with an introduction, by Harold Fisch, 1967.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

38 cm. Text only.
Hagadat Bene Yisra'el = The Haggadah of the Bene Israel of India, 1968.

Location: New York

Hebrew and Marathi. Reproduction (partially reduced) of Bombay, 1846 ed.(Yaari no. 656) with added prefatory material by Walter J. Fischel and others. Original was the first Hebrew book printed in India with illustrations.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / translation: A. Regelson ; illustration: S. Forst, 1968.

Location: New York

Haggadah printed by the Carmel wine company. In addition to the traditional seder in both Hebrew and English, this Haggadah contains advertisements for the full line of Carmel wines, liquors and champagnes. At the back of the Haggadah are suggestions for how to serve Carmel€™s different products as well suggestions for Passover cocktails and how to cook with Carmel products.

15 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Hagadat Yerushalayim / nikhtevah ve-tsuyerah bi-yede Shemu'el Boneh, 1968.

Location: Haifa, Israel

Hebrew only. Illuminated by Shmuel Bonneh

31 cm. Illuminated.
The Passover Haggadah : with English translation, introduction, and commentary based on the commentaries of E.D. Goldschmidt / edited by Nahum N. Glatzer, 1969.

Location: New York

Translation of the Haggadah text by Jacob Sloan.

21 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah : with English translation, introduction, and commentary based on the commentaries of E.D. Goldschmidt / edited by Nahum N. Glatzer, 1969.

Location: New York

Translation of the Haggadah text by Jacob Sloan.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder lel Pesah, 196-?.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew only. Published by Eliez Winecellars as an advertising tool for their brand of wines. Different advertisements for their wines appear throughout at the bottom pages.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah / illustrated by children of the arts and crafts classes of the General Israel Orphan's Home in Jerusalem ; with a guide for the Seder, 196-?.

Location: New York

Published as a fundraising tool for the General Israel Orphan's Home in Jerusalem.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Exhibit : Haggadahs and Passover ceremonial art, April-June, 1970, 1970.

Location: Waltham, Massachussetts

Program for an exhibit of Haggadot and Passover ceremonial art at the American Jewish Historical Society. Introductions by Dr. Cecil Roth and Abram Kanof, M.D. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam #4040
Hagadah shel Pesah = 4th-World Haggadah : with commentary / compiled by Joel Harris ; edited and new English translation by Jack Schuldenfrei, 1970.

Location: London

Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

23 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = An archaeological Passover Haggadah / newly-translated by Cecil Roth ; edited by Beno Rothenberg ; introduction by Michael Avi-Yonah, 1970.

Location: New York

Haggadah contains photographs of the landscape and antiquities of Israel and her neighbors as well as photographs of ornamented utensils used for the Passover Holiday from previous centuries and housed at the Bezalel Jewish National Museum in Jerusalem. The English translation is by Prof. Cecil Roth and the introduction is by Prof. Michael Avi-Yonah. The first Hebrew map, an etching by Abraham bar Yacob, originally printed in the Amsterdam Hagaddah of 1695, on lining papers.

31 cm. Illustrated.
An Israel Haggadah for Passover. Adapted by Meyer Levin, 1970.

Location: New York

"The aim in this Haggadah has been to include the beautiful and unforgettable utterances of tradition in an adaptation that will make the seder more pertinent to many who had come to regard it as rote€" --p. 13. Includes photographs of modern Israeli scenes. Handwritten notes in English throughout c.2.

29 cm. Illustrated.
An Israel Haggadah for Passover / adapted by Meyer Levin, 1970.

Location: New York

Includes music.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The freedom seder; a new Haggadah for Passover, by Arthur I. Waskow, 1970.

Location: New York

Freedom Seder "was first used on April 4, 1969, the first anniversary of [Dr. Martin Luther] King's death and the third night of Passover by 300 'Jews for Urban Justice' and 100 Christians" -The Shalom Seders, pg. 8.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah le-Pesah Me-`avdut le-herut, 1970-71.

Location: Givatayim, Israel

Modern Israeli Haggadah, put out by the Israeli Defense Force, adds to the traditional story of redemption from Egypt new chapters which tell of the miracles experienced during the creation of the modern state of Israel. The traditional text of the seder appears on the top of each page with new parallels stories from the modern day in smaller print at the bottom of each page. For example, below the traditional four questions are four different questions pointing out the differences between seders of old and modern seders. The first new question points out that in the olden days Jews celebrated Israel leaving Egypt, while in modern days Jews also celebrate Egyptians leaving Israel. The haggadah is illustrated with photographs and illustrations of the Israeli army an other modern Israeli scenes.

30 x 16 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Tel Aviv Haggadah : first printed edition of an 18th Century illuminated handwritten Haggadah with an abridged version of Don Isaac Abarbanel's Commentary, 1771 .., 1971.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. Preface signed by Tovia Preschel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Tel Aviv Haggadah : first printed edition of an 18th Century illuminated handwritten Haggadah with an abridged version of Don Isaac Abarbanel's Commentary, 1771 .., 1971.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. Preface signed by Tovia Preschel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
The new model Seder / edited by Rabbi Sidney Greenberg and S. Allan Sugarman, 1971.

Location: Bridgeport, Connecticut

Includes supplementary English readings, including Dr. Martin Luther King's I Have a Dream speech.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Tel Aviv Haggadah : first printed edition of an 18th Century illuminated handwritten Haggadah with an abridged version of Don Isaac Abarbanel's Commentary, 1771 .., 1971.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. Preface signed by Tovia Preschel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Let my people go : a Haggadah. / illustrated by Mark Podwal ; introduction by Theodore Bikel, 1972.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Signed by the author. Hebrew and English text; reads from left to right. Illustrations are based on the plight of Soviet Jews.

29 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah li-yeladim = The children's Haggadah / edited by A.M. Silbermann ; illustrated by Erwin Singer with a new translation in prose and verse by Isidore Wartski and Rev. Saul Super, 1972.

Location: London

English and Hebrew. Some ill. have movable parts.

29 cm. Illustrated.
A feast of history; Passover through the ages as a key to Jewish experience. With a new translation of the Haggadah for use at the Seder. [Photos. by David Harris], 1972.

Location: New York

Text of Hagadah (p. 158-250) in Hebrew and English. Includes 157 pages on the history of Passover and the Haggadah.

25 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover meal; a ritual for Christian homes, 1972.

Location: New York

English only.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah bi-leshon ha-kodesh u-fitrono bi-leshon Italyano = The Venice Haggadah with Judeo-Italian translation, Venice 1609, 1973.

Location: New York

Hebrew with Judeo-Italian translation. Original edition prepared by Leone da Modena. Introd. in English and Hebrew by T. Preschel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Let my people go : a Haggadah / Illustrated by Mark Podwal. Foreword by Abba Eban. Introd. by Theodore Bikel, 1973.

Location: New York

29 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam f#897
Hagadah shel Pesah nikhtevah ve-tsuyerah be-Nikelsburg bi- shenat 508 = The Passover Haggadah written and illustrated in Nickelsburg 1748, 1973.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Text in Hebrew; rubrics in Hebrew and Yiddish. Facsimile of the manuscript of the Passover Haggadah written and illustrated in Nickelsburg in 1748.

30 cm. Illustrated.
A Passover Haggadah; the new Union Haggadah edited by Herbert Bronstein for the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Drawings by Leonard Baskin, 1974.

Location: New York

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. "Combines the traditional seder service - in both Hebrew and English - with commentary written throughout Jewish history." -Inside flap of dust jacket.

37 cm. Illustrated.
Polychrome historical Haggadah for Passover = [Hagadah "Me'ir `enayim"] / with a commentary, interpretative translation, introduction, notes, references, and bibliography, by Jacob Freedman, D.D. ; and illustrations in color from rare medieval Haggadah manuscripts, 1974.

Location: Springfield, Massachussetts

Text is colored according to when it was written. Bookmark, with keys to colors and symbols, inserted. Bibliography: p. 129-130.

29 cm. Illustrated.
A Passover Haggadah / drawings by Leonard Baskin ; Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1974.

Location: New York

"The New Union Haggadah prepared by the Central Conference of American Rabbis."-- Cover. ebrew and/or English. Unacc. melodies (Hebrew text romanized): p. 97-122.

26 cm. Illustrated.
A Passover Haggadah; the new Union Haggadah edited by Herbert Bronstein for the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Drawings by Leonard Baskin, 1974.

Location: New York

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. "Combines the traditional seder service - in both Hebrew and English - with commentary written throughout Jewish history." -Inside flap of dust jacket.

37 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah and history : a panorama in facsimile of five centuries of the printed Haggadah from the collections of Harvard University and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America / by Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi, 1975.

Location: Philadelphia

History of the printed Haggadah with illustrations and descriptions of a representative selection.

Illustrated .
Call No. E q#1084
A Passover Haggadah : the new Union Haggadah / edited by Herbert Bronstein ; drawings by Leonard Baskin, 1975.

Location: New York

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. Includes music.

26 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah : with a modern translation, explanatory notes, historical background, and new readings / compiled and edited by Rabbi Morris Silverman ; designed and illustrated by Ezekiel Schloss, 1975.

Location: Bridgeport, Connecticut

Traditional text with contemporary readings for Russian Jewry, in memory of the Holocaust, etc.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Kittsee Haggadah : first printed edition of an 18th Century illuminated handwritten Haggadah, 1782 .., 1975.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. A reproductin of the The Kittsee Haggadah of 1782 for fundraising purposes.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Haggadah of Passover / illustrations by Parenzo ; text edited by Rabbi David and Tamar de Sola Pool, 1975.

Location: New Jersey

25 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Hagadah / illustrated with the commentary of Rabbi Dr. Marcus Lehmann of Mainz, rendered into English for the first time, 1975.

Location: London, England

Hebrew text of Hagadah with English translation and commentary.

26 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah and history : a panorama in facsimile of five centuries of the printed Haggadah from the collections of Harvard University and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America / by Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi, 1975.

Location: Philadelphia

History of the printed Haggadah with illustrations and descriptions of a representative selection.

Illustrated .
Hagadah seder shel Pesah = The Fuerth haggadah, 1976.

Location: New York

Text in Judeo-German. Introduction in English and Hebrew by Tovia Preschel. Facsimile reproduction of the Fuerth haggadah, published in 1741.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Birnbaum Haggadah / [translation and commentary by] Philip Birnbaum, 1976.

Location: New York

Text in English and Hebrew.

24 cm. Illustrated.
A Christian Seder / by James G. Emerson, Jr, 1976.

Location: Denver, Colorado

English only.

23 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Leipnik-Rosenthaliana Haggadah, 1977.

Location: New York

Reprint, with a new introduction in Hebrew and English. Originally published: Altona, 1738.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Vienna Haggadah, 1978.

Location: New York

"Written and illustrated in Vienna in the year 1751 by Aaron Schreiber Herlingen"--Introd. Reprint, with a new introduction in Hebrew and English.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Haggadah treasury = [Hagadah shel Pesah] : a Seder companion with insights and interpretations for inspiration and retelling / edited by Rabbi Nosson Scherman, 1978.

Location: New York

Text in English and Hebrew on opposite pages; commentary in English. Includes Halachic requirements for the amounts of ritual foods and beverages according to Harav David Feinstein.

23 cm. Text only.
The Passover Haggadah / edited by David Jay Derovan and Moshe Berliner ; illustrated by Daniel Derovan, 1978.

Location: Los Angeles

Includes a chapter on the laws of Passover, prepared by Eliezer Diamond.

28 cm. Text only.
Seder ha-Hagadah shel Pesah : `im tsiyurim = The Trieste Haggadah of 1864 / hugah be-`iyun ... me-et Avraham Hai Morpurgo ; [with introduction by Tovia Preschel ; pref. by Munish Weintraub], 1979.

Location: New York

Reproductin of Seder ha-Hagadah shel Pesah. Tri'esti : Be-vet defus Y. Kohen, 5624 [1864].

21 cm. Illustrated.
The humanist Haggadah / [Sherwin T. Wine.], 1979.

Location: Michigan

Published by the Society for Humanistic Judaism. Non-traditional English text with Hebrew songs. Includes music arranged by Dorian Samuels for each song.

26 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah, 197-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Non-traditional text. Handwritten marginal notes in Hebrew.

27 x 13 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam q#847
Hagadah shel Pesah = 4th-World Haggadah : with commentary / compiled by Joel Harris ; edited and new English translation by Jack Schuldenfrei, 197-?.

Location: London

English and Hebrew. Published by the World Union of Jewish Students.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah ... = the Hamburg-Amsterdam Haggadah of 1728, 1980.

Location: New York

Introductions in English and Hebrew. Manuscript, based on printed Amsterdam Haggadah of 1695, written and illustrated by Ya'akov ben Yehuda Leib of Berlin, p. [1]. Includes the commentary of Isaac Abravenel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
[Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im perush yafeh ve-tsiyurim na'i. meha-otot veha-moftim she-`asah ha-K. b.h. la-avotenu] = The Hamburg-Amsterdam Haggadah of 1728, 1980.

Location: New York

Text in Hebrew; rubrics in Hebrew, Ladino, and Yiddish; introduction in English. Facsimile of the Hamburg-Amsterdam Haggadah, 1728, written by Ya`akov Sofer ben Yehuda Leyb, and held by the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah = Haggadah = Hagadat G'erusalem Post = The Jerusalem Post Haggadah / hukhnah bi-yede Shoshanah Voker, 1980.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Hebrew. Illuminated by Shoshanna Walker. Signed by the artist.

28 cm. Illuminated.
The family Seder : a traditional Passover Haggadah for the modern home / Prepared by Alfred J. Kolatch, 1980.

Location: New York

Traditional Hebrew text with English translation and additional English readings.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover celebration : a Haggadah for the Seder / edited by Leon Klenicki ; introduction by Gabe Huck, 1980.

Location: Chicago, Illinois

Original English text. Includes music.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Amsterdam Haggadah of 1662, 1981.

Location: New York

Reprint, with a new introduction in English. Originally published: Amsterdam, 1662.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Amsterdam Haggadah of 1662, 1981.

Location: New York

Introduction in English and Hebrew by M. I. Friedman. Reprint of the original which was published in Amsterdam, 1695.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / edited by Rachel Anne Rabinowicz ; illustrated by Dan Reisinger, 1982.

Location: New York

Standard Haggadah of the Conservative movement in the United States. This paperback haggadah includes colorful modern illustrations on most pages as well as marginal commentaries on every page.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E #17469
The family Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / translation and introduction by Nosson Scherman ; marginal notes by Avie Gold, 1982.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew Artscroll Mesorah series.

23 cm. Text only.
Call No. E Pam #6073
The Passover Haggadah / illustrated by Naftali Bezem ; calligraphy by Moshe Mordechai Ben-Dov ; designed by Elazar Gilad ; translated by Ted William Gross, 1982.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

English and Hebrew.

34 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / tsiyer Naftali Bezem ; katav Mosheh Mordekhai b.R. Yisaskhar Dov ben Dov, 1982.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew only. Illustrated by Naftali Bezem; Calligraphy by Moshe Mordechai ben Dov.

42 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah : the feast of freedom = [Hagadah shel Pesa.h] / edited by Rachel Anne Rabinowicz ; illustrated by Dan Reisinger, 1982.

Location: New York

Published by the Conservative Rabbinical Assembly.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah : the feast of freedom = [Hagadah shel Pesa.h] / edited by Rachel Anne Rabinowicz ; illustrated by Dan Reisinger, 1982.

Location: New York

Published by the Conservative Rabbinical Assembly.

24 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = Gates of freedom : a Passover Haggadah / [edited] by Chaim Stern ; visual interpretations by Todd Siler ; introduction by Eugene B. Borowitz, 1982.

Location: Bedford, New York

Reform Judaism.

26 cm. Illustrated.
ha-Metsayer bi-yetsi'at Mitsrayim : Hagadot metsuyarot min ha-me'ah ha-18 / [mehkar ve-tekst, Havivah Peled-Karmeli ; `arikhah, Yonah Fisher], 1983.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew with the Introduction also in English. A catalogue and explanation of 18th Century Illustrated Haggadot on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Duke has two copies of this book.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E q#678
The Passover Hagadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / Dov ben Khayyim, editor, 1983.

Location: California

English and Hebrew. Egalitarian English text with the traditional Hebrew text, as well as alternative feminine versions of Hebrew passages which traditionally address God using the masculine form.

24 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah : with a traditional and contemporary commentary = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / by Shlomo Riskin, 1983.

Location: New York

23 cm. Text only.
The Passover Haggadah : with a traditional and contemporary commentary = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / by Shlomo Riskin, 1983.

Location: New York

23 cm. Text only.
The Sarajevo Haggadah / Eugen Werber ; [translation, Olga Popovic-Marjanovic], 1983.

Location: Sarajevo

Companion to the 1983 facsimile edition. Does not include the actual Haggadah.

23 cm. Text only.
The Passover Haggadah / commentary by Adin Steinsaltz, 1983.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

25 cm. Illustrated.
ha-Metsayer bi-yetsi'at Mitsrayim : Hagadot metsuyarot min ha-me'ah ha-18 / [mehkar ve-tekst, Havivah Peled-Karmeli ; `arikhah, Yonah Fisher], 1983.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew with the Introduction also in English. A catalogue and explanation of 18th Century Illustrated Haggadot on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Duke has two copies of this book.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadat Betsal'el : Hagadah shel Pesah / ma`aseh yede Mati Grinberg, 1984.

Location: London

Hebrew with descriptive matter in English. The work of Maty Grünberg who drew seventy five illuminations engraved on wooden blocks carved from cherry wood and printed one hundred and fifty enumerated books. Individual folios with each plate signed and numbered by the artist.

55 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E ff#116
Hagadah shel Pesah / metsuyeret bi-yede Aharon Shevo, 1984.

Location: Ramat Gan, Israel

English and Hebrew. Illustrated by Aharon Shevo.

28 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E q#1502
The shalom seders : three Haggadahs / compiled by New Jewish Agenda ; introduction by Arthur Waskow ; preface by Grace Paley, 1984.

Location: New York

The Rainbow Seder "was first used on April 4, 1969, the first anniversary of [Dr. Martin Luther] King's death and the third night of Passover by 300 'Jews for Urban Justice' and 100 Christians" -pg. 8. "The Seder of the Children of Abraham" deals with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. "A Haggadah of Liberation" deals with women's issues.

26 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Seder : ritual and menu for an observance by Christians, 1984.

Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota

28 cm. Illustrated.
Passover seder for christian families / Sam Mackintosh, 1984.

Location: San Jose, California

21 cm. Text only.
Haggada : Yeshiva University / compiled and edited by Steven F. Cohen, Kenneth Brander, 1985.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Published by the Student Organization of Yeshiva Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary. Includes essays about Passover, the seder, and the Haggadah by various educators affiliated with Yeshiva University.

25 cm. Text only.
Call No. E #18488
Hagadah shel Pesah le-zekher ha-Sho`ah = Pessach Haggadah in memory of the Holocaust / illustrated by David Wander ; calligraphy and micrography by Yonah Weinrib, 1985.

Location: Haifa, Israel

Forty-four leaves in portfolio; twelve leaves of plates. Mr. and Mrs. Zygfryd B. Wolloch commissioned this Haggadah as a memorial to their parents who perished at the hands of the Nazis. David Wander (Illustrator) and Yonah Weinreb (Calligraphy and Micrography) have produced a work that emphasizes slavery and redemption as exemplified both in the Exodus and in the Holocaust. The simplicity of the artwork helps convey the horror of the Holocaust. For example, alongside the text which reads "in each generation one is obligated to regard him/herself as though he/she personally left Egypt" appears an empty concentration camp uniform. Human figures are conspicuously absent from the Haggadah as a reminder of those who did not survive Nazi persecution.

43 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E ff#86
The Passover Seder : pathways through the Haggadah / arranged by Arthur Gilbert ; illustrated by Ezekiel Schloss, Uri Shulevitz, 1985.

Location: New Jersey

Mostly English with some Hebrew. Includes additional readings and "Passover music" (melodies, part with words in English, part in Hebrew transliterated).

25 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam #6628
Haggadah for the liberated lamb / [text editor, Roberta Kalechofsky ; original text, by Roberta Kalechofsky], 1985.

Location: Marblehead, Massachussetts

Haggadah and manifesto for vegetarians. An introduction, in Hebrew and English, explains vegetarianism in light of Jewish sources and offers a new interpretation of the Passover holiday. The text is original and emphasizes the coexistence of the human and animal worlds, while still maintaining a number of elements from the traditional Haggadah. Vegetarian recipes are found at the beginning to assist in creating a vegetarian Seder.

26 cm. Illustrated.
The animated Haggadah [videorecording], 1985.

Location: London, England

Produced by Scopus Films (London) Ltd. ; animation by Rony Oren. VHS format. Uses clay animation to tell the story of Children of Israel's liberation from slavery, Pharaoh's court, the burning bush, and the ten plagues.

Video .
Call No. VC 5324
The golden Haggadah of Jerusalem / illustration, Jossi Stern ; calligraphy, Noah Ophir = Hagadat ha-zahav shel Yerushalayim / tsiyer Yosi Shtern ; katav Noah Ofir, 1986.

Location: Hertsliyah, Israel

English and Hebrew.

25 x 34 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah / compiled by Morris Silverman with contemporary readings, historical commentary, explanatory notes, and concise instructions, 1986.

Location: Bridgeport, Connecticut

English and Hebrew. Illustrated by Ezekiel Schloss.

26 cm. Illustrated.
San Diego women's Haggadah, 1986.

Location: San Diego

Published by the Woman's Institute for Continuing Jewish Education. Intended to be used for a "women's seder" on the 7th night of Passover. Includes an original English text which, for example, substitutes the four sons with the four daughters.

21 cm. Illustrated.
A seder of the sisters of Sarah : a Holy Thursday and Passover feminist liturgy / created by Ronnie Levin and Diann Neu. Silver Spring, Md. : Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual, c1986, 1986.

Location: Silver Spring, Maryland

Original English text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The new annotated Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] : with an introduction, new English translation, expository notes, biblical and rabbinic sources, and instructions for the conduct of the Seder / by Nathan Goldberg, 1987.

Location: New York

Text in English and Hebrew; rubrics in English.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam #6621
The tree [picture] , 1987.

Location: Rochester, New York

One page from the the Moss Haggadah, by David Moss. This page contains in its micrographic border, the entire text of the Haggadah in Hebrew. Duke also owns two versions of the complete Moss Haggadah: Haggadah f#12 and Haggadah f#26.

49 x 34 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam ff#16
A song of David : a limited edition facsimile of the Moss Haggadah / [David Moss], 1987.

Location: Rochester, New York

Text in Hebrew; companion volume about the Moss Haggadah is in Hebrew and English. Artistically it includes: calligraphy, micrography, gouaches, gold leaf, acrylics and paper cuts. Moss reproduces the crafts and style of the medieval scribe with modern innovation designed to bring the story of the Exodus up to the present time and to connect it to present-day Jews and to the founding of the state of Israel.

46 cm. Illuminated.
Chagall's Passover Haggadah / illustrated by Marc Chagall, 1987.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew.

32 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah : legends and customs / interpreted by Manachem Hacohen ; drawings & design by Haim Ron, 1987.

Location: New York

Haggadah contains the traditional text in Hebrew with an English interpretation by Rabbi Menachem Hacohen. Includes select quotations from the writings of famous rabbis.

31 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah for the liberated lamb / [text editor, Roberta Kalechofsky ; original text, by Roberta Kalechofsky], 1988.

Location: Boston, Massachussetts

Haggadah and manifesto for vegetarians. An introduction, in Hebrew and English, explains vegetarianism in light of Jewish sources and offers a new interpretation of the Passover holiday. The text is original and emphasizes the coexistence of the human and animal worlds, while still maintaining a number of elements from the traditional Haggadah. Vegetarian recipes are found at the beginning to assist in creating a vegetarian Seder.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E #18543
Hagadat Volakh : Hagadah shel Pesah le-zekher ha-Sho'ah = The Wolloch Haggadah : Pessach Haggadah in memory of the Holocaust / illustrated by David Wander ; calligraphy and micrography by Yonah Weinrib, 1988.

Location: Haifa, Israel

English and Hebrew. A smaller bound reproduction of the facsimile edition of the Haggadah in memory of the Holocaust (E ff#86).

28 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Hagadat ha-tefutsot / tsiyurim, Shelomoh Kats ; targum le-Anglit, G'eremy Haiman = The Diaspora Haggadah : the artistic and transliterated Haggadah of Passover / paintings by Shlomo Katz ; English translation by Jeremy Hyman, 1988.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew, English and transliterated.

34 cm. Illustrated.
Passover/Haggadah, 1989.

Location: New York

Published by General Foods Corp. as an advertisement for their Maxwell House Coffee brand.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam #6620
Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah / brought to you by the coffees of Maxwell House, 1989.

Location: United States

Published by General Foods Corp. as an advertisement for their Maxwell House Coffee brand.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel hidur : Hagadah shel Pesah, 1989.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew and English. "English translation by Prof. Harold Fisch"--T.p. verso. Illustrations reproduced from Erna Michael Haggadah.

17 cm. Illustrated.
'Arba` hagadot = 4 haggadot : me-'osef Bet ha-sefarim ha-le'umi veha-universita'i bi-Yerushalayim, 1989.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Facsimile editions of 4 different Haggadot (smaller than original size). 1) Italy, 1500s. 2) Mantova, Italy, 1480; by Abraham Favissol of Avignon. 3) Moravia, 1719; by R. Simmel Sofer. 4) Yemen, 1800s; by Yosef Hammami. Includes a pamphlet with a Hebrew and English introduction as well as a pamphlet with an English translation of the Haggadah text.

26 x 37 x 3 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah : lefi minhage ha-Sefaradim va-`adot ha-Mizrah] = The Sephardi Haggadah : with translation, commentary and complete guide to the laws of Pesah and the Seder / by Jonathan Cohen, 1989.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Hebrew.

25 cm. Text only.
On wings of freedom : the Hillel Haggadah for the nights of Passover / edited and translated by Richard N. Levy, 1989.

Location: Hoboken, NJ

"...designed to serve nearly every sector of American Judaism, and contains virtually the entire traditional Haggadah text ..." -- Cover p. [4].

24 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah / tsiurim `a.y. Haints Zelig ; `itsov Fredrik Gozlan = The Passover Haggadah / illustrated by Heinz Seelig ; designed by Frédéric Gozlan, 1990.

Location: Hertsliyah, Israel

English and Hebrew.

25 cm. Illustrated.
The kol dodi Haggadah : the complete Passover Haggadah with translation and the laws of the seder / by David Feinstein, 1990.

Location: New York

Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

24 cm .
Abarbanel Haggadah : the Passover Haggadah with the commentary of Don Isaac Abarbanel / abridged and translated by Yisrael Isser Zvi Herczeg ; edited by Shlomo Fox, 1990.

Location: New York

24 cm. Text only.
Haggadah of the chassidic masters / by Shalom Meir Wallach, 1990.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew.

24 cm. Text only.
The Sinai Hagadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah, mekorah u-feshatah] / with a new translation and commentary based on Talmudic, midrashic and rabbinic sources by J. H. Sinason ; including a detailed guide to the laws and customs of the Seder by A. Weiss, 1990.

Location: Spring Valley, NY

Hebrew text with English translation and commentary ; source references and added material in Hebrew.

22 cm. Text only.
The Moss Haggadah : a complete reproduction of the Haggadah written and illuminated by David Moss for Richard and Beatrice Levy, with the commentary of the artist, 1990.

Location: Rochester, NY

Text of the Haggadah in Hebrew; commentary in English. Accompanied by: The Passover Haggadah : an English translation to accompany the Moss Haggadah; and a paper-cut print of "The bird cage" from the original work.

36 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : bi-leshon ha-kodesh uvi-leshon Italyano = The Venice Haggadah, 1716 : with Judeo-Italian translation, 1991.

Location: New York

Hebrew and Judeo-Italian; introd. by Tovia Preschel in Hebrew and English. Published as a fundraising tool for the Diskin Orphan Home of Israel. Originally published in Venice by A. Bragadin, 1715-1716.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1991.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Published by Kraft General Foods as an advertisement for their Maxwell House brand of coffee.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The commentators' seder = [Hagadah shel Pesah] : a companion volume to the Commentators' haggadah, including additional inspiring halachic insights and homilies / Yitzchak Sender, 1992.

Location: Chicago

Haggadah text in Hebrew with English translation and commentary.

24 cm. Text only.
American heritage haggadah : the Passover experience / compiled and edited by David Geffen ; English translation by Moshe Kohn ; introduction by Stuart E. Eizenstat, 1992.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Text of Haggadah in Hebrew and English translation; prefatory matter and marginal anecdotes in English. "The Hebrew text ... was photographed from a Hebrew-English Haggadah printed in New York in 1857."

31 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = A Passover haggadah / as commented upon by Elie Wiesel and illustrated by Mark Podwal ; English commentaries edited by Marion Wiesel, 1993.

Location: New York

23 cm. Illustrated.
The concise family Seder / prepared by Alfred J. Kolatch, 1993.

Location: Middle Village, N.Y.

English and Hebrew.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Leningrad = The Leningrad children's Haggadah = Leningradskaia agada / preface by Adin Steinzaltz ; editor in chief I. Dvorkin, 1993.

Location: St. Petersburg, Russia

Haggadah text in Hebrew and Russian; prefatory matter in Russian and English. Illustrated by children at a Leningrad Jewish school.

21 cm. Illustrated.
A feast of history; Passover through the ages as a key to Jewish experience. With a new translation of the Haggadah for use at the Seder. [Photos. by David Harris], 1993.

Location: New York

Text of Hagadah (p. 158-250) in Hebrew and English. Includes 157 pages on the history of Passover and the Haggadah.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Collector's Haggadah catalogue, 1695-present, 1994.

Location: California

Catalogue of Haggadot from 1695-1993 for collectors. All of the haggadot listed in the catalogue include short descriptions and were (in 1994) for sale by Irvin Ungar Historicana, a rare books dealer in California. Includes bibliographical references and indexes

28 cm. Illustrated.
The open tomb : a new approach, Mark's Passover Haggadah ([ca.] 72 C.E.) / Karel Hanhart, 1995.

Location: Collegeville, Minnesota

Missing from shelves.

24 cm. Illustrated.
The scholar's Haggadah : Ashkenazic, Sephardic, and Oriental versions / with a historical-literary commentary by Heinrich Guggenheimer, 1995.

Location: Northvale, New Jersey

Includes bibliographical references (p. 399-409) and indexes. Hebrew text accompanied by English translation.

24 cm. Text only.
The Palace gates Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] : parables for the Pesach Seder / compiled by Shalom Wallach ; translated by Avraham Sutton ; with an interpretative translation of Shir Hashirim, 1995.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

"Originally published in 1995 in Hebrew as 'Sha€˜arei Armon, Meshalim La-Haggadah shel Pesach"--t.p. verso. ext of the Haggadah in Hebrew and English, commentary in English.

25 cm. Text only.
[Hagadah shel Pesah, mi-shi`bud li-ge'ulah] = From bondage to freedom : the Passover Haggadah : with a commentary illuminating the liberation of the spirit / by Abraham J. Twerski, with Hirsh Michel Chinn and Benzion Twerski, 1995.

Location: Brooklyn, New York

25 cm. Text only.
Otsar ha-hagadot : bibliyografyah shel hagadot Pesah me-reshit ha-defus ha-`Ivri `ad shenat 720 / ba-`arikhat Yitshak Yudlov, 1997.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Text is in Hebrew. English Title: The Haggadah Thesaurus: Bibliography of Passover Haggadot From the Beginning of Hebrew Printing until 1960. This is an annotated bibliography of Haggadot from 1480-1960. The bibliography is organized by year with indexes by author, publisher, location, language, etc. Includes a supplementary index.

35 cm. Text only.
Call No. Biblio Y94
The Peninim Haggadah = [Peninim Hagadah shel Pesah] : Haggadah text with English translation, thought-provoking insights and an informative question and answer section / by A. L. Scheinbaum, 1997.

Location: Cleveland Heights, Ohio

Text in Hebrew and English ; commentary in English.

24 cm. Text only.
Otsar ha-hagadot : bibliyografyah shel hagadot Pesah me-reshit ha-defus ha-`Ivri `ad shenat 720 / ba-`arikhat Yitshak Yudlov, 1997.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Text is in Hebrew. English Title: The Haggadah Thesaurus: Bibliography of Passover Haggadot From the Beginning of Hebrew Printing until 1960. This is an annotated bibliography of Haggadot from 1480-1960. The bibliography is organized by year with indexes by author, publisher, location, language, etc. Includes a supplementary index.

35 cm. Text only.
Haggadah : a celebration of freedom / by Martha Shelley ; with Hebrew translations by Ilana Brody, 1997.

Location: San Francisco, California

Women's Haggadah. An original English text with some Hebrew.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Golden Haggadah / Bezalel Narkiss, 1997.

Location: London, England

30 cm. Illustrated.
Like an orange on a Seder plate : our lesbian Haggadah / Ruth Simkin, 1999.

Location: Canada

Original English text with some original Hebrew.

21 cm. Illustrated.
A haggadah for the second seder / adapted by the Kanof family, 199-?.

Location: Pittsboro, N.C.

Written by the Kanof family. "The purpose of this Haggadah is to simplify the second seder and to present fresh and stimulating ideas." In Hebrew and/or English.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Lel she'elot : hagadah shel Pesah = A night of questions : a Passover haggadah / edited by Rabbi Joy Levitt, Rabbi Michael Strassfeld ; illustrated by Jeffrey Schrier, 2000.

Location: Elkins Park, Pennsylvania

Published by the Reconstructionist Press. Includes a cassette.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. LSC 101
Lel she'elot : hagadah shel Pesah = A night of questions : a Passover haggadah / edited by Rabbi Joy Levitt, Rabbi Michael Strassfeld ; illustrated by Jeffrey Schrier, 2000.

Location: Elkins Park, Pennsylvania

Published by the Reconstructionist Press. Includes a cassette.

23 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah / Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz, 2002.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Haggadah in English and Hebrew; commentary by Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz in English.

30 cm. Illustrated.
Let my people go : insights to Passover and the Haggadah / Jeffrey M. Cohen, 2002.

Location: Northvale, New Jersey

Not a Haggadah. Twenty short essays on Passover.

23 cm. Text only.
The Chief Rabbi's Haggadah : Hebrew and English text with new essays and commentary / by Jonathan Sacks ; [English Haggadah translation [by] Shlomo Riskin], 2003.

Location: London, England

24 cm. Text only.

Arranged by the country where each Haggadah was created--usually where the item was printed--then by the date of creation, and then alphabetically by title. However, facsimile editions have been arranged by the place of their original creation. In these cases, the location where the facsimile was printed is identified in the description of each facsimile.

For countries that have changed names and for which Duke has Haggadot during times when the country had a different name, the modern name of the country is used. For example, there is a Haggadah from Tel Aviv (Haggadah Pam #7) which was printed prior to the creation of Israel in 1948, when the country was called Palestine. Since Tel Aviv presently lies within the borders of Israel, Haggadah Pam #7 is found in the Israel Subseries.

Countries represented in this series include Algeria, Argentina, Austria, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Canada, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Morocco, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Tunisia, and United States. Each individual Haggadah's description identifies the publication city if it is known.

[NOTE: Library call numbers for individual Haggadah are listed at the left (e.g., Haggadah Pam #47). Allcall numbers are actively linked directly to their individual records in the Duke University Libraries' Online Catalog. Bibliographic information for each Haggadah has been taken directly from the Online Catalog and thus includes some non-standard punctuation.]

Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1889-1890.

Location: Algiers, Algeria

Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / [edited by] Pablo Link, 1949.

Location: Buenos Aires

Hebrew and Spanish with ceremonial directions, notes and introduction in Spanish.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah = Racconto degli avvenimenti memorabili occasionanti la Pasqua / traduzione riveduta e corretta dall' Mayer Randegger, 1851.

Location: Vienna, Austria

Contains the traditional Hebrew text with an Italian translation. Handwritten notes appear throughout in Hebrew (Rashi script), Italian, and Greek Four handwritten pages, In Hebrew and Italian, were inserted into the beginning of the Haggadah. These pages serve as an annotated table of contents. Signed on the inside of the cover.

21 cm. Text only.
Hebrew title romanized. | Cover title: Hagadah shel Pesah = Hagadah for Passover, 1921.

Location: Vienna, Austria

Edited and printed by "Union "(Appel Brothers)

22 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : ...mit sipurim oyf `Ivri Taytsh, 1921.

Location: Vienna, Austria

Commentary by Jacob ben Wolf Kranz (1740?-1804), who is also known as the Dubnow or Dubner Maggid.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Seder service Hagadah for Passover / ... meturgam `al yede Rahel Me'ir .., 1922.

Location: Vienna, Austria

Hebrew text with an English translation by Rakhel Me'ir.

21 cm. Illustrated.
The Sarajevo Haggadah / Eugen Werber ; [translation, Olga Popovic-Marjanovic], 1983.

Location: Sarajevo

Companion to the 1983 facsimile edition. Does not include the actual Haggadah.

23 cm. Text only.
Like an orange on a Seder plate : our lesbian Haggadah / Ruth Simkin, 1999.

Location: Canada

Original English text with some original Hebrew.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Die Pessach-Haggadah des Gerschom Kohen, 1527 [i.e. 1526], 1526.

Location: Prague

Reproduction of the Frankfurter Stadtbibliothek copy of the original ed., printed by Gershom ben Solomon ha-Kohen, in Prague in 1526. This reproduction was printed in Berlin, Germany in 1926.

32 cm. Illustrated.
The earliest illustrated Haggadah : printed by Gershom Cohen at Prague / discovered and described by Lazarus Goldschmidt, 1526.

Location: Prague

Reproduction was published in 1940 in London, England. Translated from the German manuscript by Immanuel Goldschmidt.

29 cm. Illuminated.
Call No. E q#410
The Passover Haggadah of Gershom Cohen : printed at Prague, in the year 5287/1527, 1526.

Location: Prague

Facsimile reproduction was published in 1954 in Tel Aviv, Israel. Includes an introduction in English. This Haggadah is the oldest known Haggadah to be printed with woodcuts. These woodcuts would go on to be the source for woodcuts used in many other printed Haggadot. Unique to this Haggadah is the mention of an obscure practice. On p. 36 is a woodcut of a man holding a leaf of lettuce and pointing to it with a note that "It is generally customary that the husband points to his wife because of the Biblical reference that a bad woman is more bitter than death."

18 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1526.

Location: Prague

Facsimile was printed in New York, 1964. Includes an English introduction.

36 cm. Illustrated.
The earliest illustrated Haggadah : printed by Gershom Cohen at Prague / discovered and described by Lazarus Goldschmidt, 1526.

Location: Prague

Reproduction was published in 1940 in London, England. Translated from the German manuscript by Immanuel Goldschmidt.

29 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Prag 287 = The Passover Haggadah : Prague 1526, 1526.

Location: Prague

Facsimile was printed in Jerusalem in 1972.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = Hagada : Gebete für den häuslichen Gottesdienst am ersten und zweiten Abende des Pessachfestes / Deutsch übersetzt und erlautert von Dr. R.T. Fürstenthal ; nebst einem Gedichte "Das Pessachfest" von Salomon Plessner, 1900.

Location: Prague

Hebrew and German text.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1779-1780.

Location: London

17 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = Service for the two first nights of Passover : in Hebrew and English, according to the custom of the German and Polish Jews / carefully revised and corrected by Isaac Levi .., 1842.

Location: London

Contains 8 copper plates relating to the service.

21 cm. Illuminated.
The Haggadah according to the rite of Yemen : together with the Arabic-Hebrew commentary / published for the first time from mss. of Yemen with an introduction, translation and critical and philological notes by William H. Greenburg, 1896.

Location: London

Hebrew text with commentary in Hebrew, Arabic (in Hebrew characters), and Aramaic.

23 cm. Text only.
The Haggadah according to the rite of Yemen : together with the Arabic-Hebrew commentary / published for the first time from mss. of Yemen with an introduction, translation and critical and philological notes by William H. Greenburg, 1896.

Location: London

Hebrew text with commentary in Hebrew, Arabic (in Hebrew characters), and Aramaic.

23 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1897.

Location: London

Hebrew and English. Translated by Aaron Asher Green and authorized by the Chief Rabbi of England, Rabbi Naftali Adler ha-Kohen. A handwritten note on first page reads: "Rebecca Melchior: a present from the Chief Rabbi N. Adler."

23 cm. Text only.
Call No. Haggadah #6
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1930.

Location: London

English translation by Betzalel Ruth. Illustrated and decorated by Albert Rutherston. Issued in gold-stamped blue crushed morocco; all edges gilt; signed inside front cover: Bound by Wood, London.

32 cm. Illustrated.
The Haggadah : a new edition / with English translation, introduction, and notes by Cecil Roth ; with drawings by Donia Nachshen, 1934.

Location: London

Second title page claims that it was printed in Holland.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Passover Hagadah : services for the Passover nights / arranged by H. Meiliz ; with illustrations, 1937.

Location: London

Distributed by the Pro-Palestine fund. The back of the Haggadah has two pictures of Jewish settlers in pre-1948 Palestine.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah le-lel shimurim = Hagadah service for the first two nights of Passover / with a revised English translation of the text of the Rev. A.P. Mendes, 1940.

Location: London

"Illustrations reproduced from original engravings."

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah Bet Ya`akov / leha-gaon ha-kadosh Ya`akov `Emden. ; y.l. `im ha-hosafot me-R. Mosheh Shov, 1942-1943.

Location: London

Includes the service for the counting of the Omer and the Song of Songs.

24 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1946.

Location: London

Text in Yiddish and Hebrew with commentaries in Yiddish. Published by the Chief Rabbi's (Religious Emergency) Council.

19 cm. Text only.
Passover Haggadah / edited by Lazarus Goldschmidt ; illustrations by Bruno Frost ; translation by Paul Goodman, 1946.

Location: London

English and Hebrew. Includes song for unacc. voice: Had gadya.

29 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah li-yeladim] = The children's Haggadah / edited by Dr. A.M. Silbermann ; illustrated by Ersin Singer ; with a new translation in prose and verse by Mr. Isidore Wartski ... and Rev. Arthur Saul Super M.A. ; and with a selection of Seder melodies, 1948.

Location: London

Several illustrations have movable parts. Includes songs for voices.

30 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Passover Haggadah / with a new English translation by Isidore Fishman .., 1951.

Location: London

English and Hebrew with ceremonial directions and notes in English. Illustrations signed by Herz.

21 cm. Text only.
The John Rylands Haggadah / Cecil Roth, 1960.

Location: Manchester, England

Article about the John Rylands Haggadah by Cecil Roth . Reprinted from the Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, Vol. 43, No. 1, September, 1960.

25 cm. Resource Material.
Call No. E Pam #2117
Hagadah li-yeladim = The children's Haggadah / edited by A.M. Silbermann ; illustrated by Erwin Singer ; with a new translation in prose and verse by Isidore Wartski and Arthur Saul Super ; and with a selection of Seder melodies, 1963.

Location: London

Several illustrations have movable parts. Includes songs for voices, chiefly unaccompanied.

30 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = 4th-World Haggadah : with commentary / compiled by Joel Harris ; edited and new English translation by Jack Schuldenfrei, 1970.

Location: London

Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah li-yeladim = The children's Haggadah / edited by A.M. Silbermann ; illustrated by Erwin Singer with a new translation in prose and verse by Isidore Wartski and Rev. Saul Super, 1972.

Location: London

English and Hebrew. Some ill. have movable parts.

29 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Hagadah / illustrated with the commentary of Rabbi Dr. Marcus Lehmann of Mainz, rendered into English for the first time, 1975.

Location: London

Hebrew text of Hagadah with English translation and commentary.

26 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = 4th-World Haggadah : with commentary / compiled by Joel Harris ; edited and new English translation by Jack Schuldenfrei, 197-?.

Location: London

English and Hebrew. Published by the World Union of Jewish Students.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadat Betsal'el : Hagadah shel Pesah / ma`aseh yede Mati Grinberg, 1984.

Location: London

Hebrew with descriptive matter in English. The work of Maty Grünberg who drew seventy five illuminations engraved on wooden blocks carved from cherry wood and printed one hundred and fifty enumerated books. Individual folios with each plate signed and numbered by the artist.

55 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E ff#116
The animated Haggadah [videorecording], 1985.

Location: London

Produced by Scopus Films (London) Ltd. ; animation by Rony Oren. VHS format. Uses clay animation to tell the story of Children of Israel's liberation from slavery, Pharaoh's court, the burning bush, and the ten plagues.

Video .
Call No. VC 5324
The Golden Haggadah / Bezalel Narkiss, 1997.

Location: London

30 cm. Illustrated.
The Chief Rabbi's Haggadah : Hebrew and English text with new essays and commentary / by Jonathan Sacks ; [English Haggadah translation [by] Shlomo Riskin], 2003.

Location: London

24 cm. Text only.
Haggada de Pessah / texte hébreu revu par le rabbin Back ; mis en français par Edmond Fleg ; orné d'illustrations de Janine Aghion, 1925.

Location: Paris, France

Hebrew with a French translation Limited ed. of 1500 copies on rag paper.

28 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1939.

Location: Le Caire, France

Illustrations in this Haggadah are reproduced from the Livorno Haggadot.

19 cm. Illustrated.
The Pessach Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1964.

Location: Armentières-en-Brie, France

Fundraising tool for Yeshivah Ohr Joseph in France. Hebrew and English. Illustrated by Roland Blum. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / he`etik u-tsayar Benyamin Sha'n ; `im targum, mavo, u-he'arot me-et Betsalel Rot, 1966.

Location: Paris, France

Title on added t.p.: Haggadah for Passover. Hebrew t.p. dated 724 i. e. 1963 or 1964. One of 228 numbered copies.

40 cm.
The Birds Head Haggada of the Bezalel National Art Museum in Jerusalem / Facsimile volume printed in collotype by Kunstanstalt Max Jaffé in Vienna, 13th Century.

Location: Germany

Facsimile printed in 1965. Commentary volume included. This is the oldest surviving Ashkenazi illuminated Haggadah manuscript and gets its name from its illustrations of human figures with pronounced birds' heads. It is signed by a scribed named Menahem.

29 cm. Illuminated.
Die Darmstädter Pessach-Haggadah : codex orientalis 8 der Landesbibliothek zu Darmstadt aus dem vierzehnten jahrhundert / herausgegeben und erläutert von Bruno Italiener ; unter mitwirkung von Aron Freimann, August L. Mayer und Adolf Schmidt ; mit einer gesamtbibliographie der illustrierten Haggadah, 15th Century.

Location: Germany

Facsimile published in Leipzig, Germany, 1927-28. Written by the scribe Israel ben Meir of Heidelberg. The illuminations reflect contemporary German architecture and dress.

29-37 cm. Illuminated.
The Ashkenazi Haggadah : a Hebrew manuscript of the mid-15th Century from the collections of the British Library / written and illuminated by Joel ben Simeon, called Feibusch Ashkenazi ; with a commentary attributed to Eleazar ben Judah of Worms ; introduction, notes on the illuminations, transcription, and English translation by David Goldstein, 16th Century.

Location: Germany

Facsimile printed in Tel Aviv, 1985. Additional artwork added by a different artist. Includes a transcription of the Hebrew as well as an English translation.

39 cm. Illuminated.
The Ashkenazi Haggadah : a Hebrew manuscript of the mid-15th Century from the collections of the British Library / written and illuminated by Joel ben Simeon called Feibusch Ashkenazi ; with a commentary attributed to Eleazar ben Judah of Worms ; introduction, notes on the illumination, transcription, and English translation by David Goldstein, 16th Century.

Location: Germany

Facsimile printed in New York, 1985. Additional artwork added by a different artist. Includes a transcription of the Hebrew as well as an English translation.

39 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Ofenbakh 482 = The Passover Haggadah : Offenbach 1722, 1722.

Location: Offenbach, Germany

Facsimile printed in Jerusalem in 1972. Originally published by Yisra'el ben Mosheh.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Ashkenaz, 489 (1729) = Pessach Haggadah : Ashkenaz, 1729. , 1729.

Location: –ttingen, Germany

Facsimile printed in Tel Aviv, 1985. Text in Hebrew; rubrics in Hebrew and Yiddish. Facsimile of Pessach Haggadah, –ttingen, 1729. Scribe and illustrator: Jacob ben Michael May Segal ; introduction by Chaya Benjamin. Many of the illuminations are based on woodcuts and copper engravings from the printed Haggadot of Venice and Amsterdam.

31 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Altona, Ashkenaz, 498 (1738) / katav ve-tsayar, Yosef ben David mi-Laypnik = Passover Haggadah : Altona, Germany, 1738 / scribe, illustrator Joseph ben David of Leipnik, 1738.

Location: Altona, Germany

Facsimile published in Tel Aviv, 1987. Includes an abbreviation of the Zevah Pesah commentary by Isaac Abravanel as well as a short mystical commentary. Ashkenazi and Sephardi rites included. Includes a separate introduction in Hebrew and English.

34 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadat Kopenhagen 499 : faksimilah = Copenhagen Haggadah : facsimile , 1739.

Location: Altona-Hamburg, Germany

"This facsimile was printed in Tel Aviv, 1986. The Artist: Uri Pheibush [Philip Isac Levy] ... Introduction by Chaya Benjamin" (Hebrew and English, [12] p.) inserted.

33 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah Seder shel Pesah, 1740-1741.

Location: Fuerth, Germany

Yiddish and Hebrew. Includes a list of laws for Passover. Contains many woodcuts as well as artistic initial letters with leaves growing from them. Wine stains throughout.

31 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / [`orekh u-mehkar, Nahman Ran, `orekhet mishneh, Nivah Penai] = Passover Haggadah / [editor and research, Nachman Ran, assist. editor, Niva Panai], 1751.

Location: Altona-Hamburg, Germany

Facsimile published in Tel Aviv, 1986. Facsimile of: The Altona-Hamburg Haggadah. Manuscript. 1751 (Codex Levy 22). English and Hebrew. "Map of the Land of Israel, drawn by Abraham Bar-Yaacov, the first Hebrew-letter printed map, attached to the Amsterdam Haggadah from 1696"--P. [27-30]. "By the Scriber ... Uri Feivisch, son of Rabbi Itzhak Eizik ...."

28 x 329 cmfolded to 28 x 12 cm. Illustrated .
Hagadah shel Pesah / [`orekh u-mehkar, Nahman Ran, `orekhet mishneh, Nivah Penai] = Passover Haggadah / [editor and research, Nachman Ran, assist. editor, Niva Panai], 1751.

Location: Altona-Hamburg, Germany

Facsimile published in Tel Aviv, 1986. Facsimile of: The Altona-Hamburg Haggadah. Manuscript. 1751 (Codex Levy 22). English and Hebrew. "Map of the Land of Israel, drawn by Abraham Bar-Yaacov, the first Hebrew-letter printed map, attached to the Amsterdam Haggadah from 1696"--P. [27-30]. "By the Scriber ... Uri Feivisch, son of Rabbi Itzhak Eizik ...."

28 x 329 cmfolded to 28 x 12 cm. Illustrated .
Passover Haggada : Germany, 1768 / scribe/illustrator, Nathan ben Abraham Speyer of Breslau ; collection of the Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem, Ms. Heb. 8vo 2340 = Hagadah shel Pesah : Ashkenaz, 528 (1768) / katav ve-tsiyer Natan ben Avraham Shpaiyer mi-Bresla ; osef Bet ha-sefarim ha-le'umi veha-universita'i, Yerushalayim, ketav-yad 8vo 2340, 1768.

Location: Breslau, Germany

Facsimile published in Tel Aviv, 1984. Text in Hebrew, rubrics in Yiddish. Accompanied by introductory material in Hebrew and English, including bibliographies, prepared by Chaya Benjamin.

30 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah Seder shel Pesah, 1782-1783.

Location: Fuerth, Germany

Text and commentary in Hebrew; ceremonial directions in Yiddish. Includes commentary by Isaac Abarbanel. Wine stains throughout.

31 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel pesah : ins daytsh, iberzetst und mit nittslikhen anmerkungn ferzehn, 1795.

Location: Offenbach, Germany

Illustrations were made from woodcuts. Commentary by Joel Brill, based on the Berlin Haggadah of 1745.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1795-1796.

Location: Karlsruhe, Germany

Ceremonial directions in Yiddish.

17 cm. Text only.
Ma'aleh bet horin , 1795-1796.

Location: Dyhernfurth, Germany

Stamped on first page: Auguste Steinert Berlin. Includes laws for Passover. Some of the text is underlined in pencil and a few marginal notes are written in pencil. Includes commentary by Abarbanel.

23 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, oder, Fortrag oyf dia beyden erzten abende Pesah , 1829.

Location: Fuerth, Germany

Hebrew and Yiddish.

17 cm. Text only.
Seder Ha-Hagadah le-lel shemorim : meduyak hetiv u-mesudar yafe u-meturgam ashkenazit = Hagadah / me-et Volf ben Shimshon ben ish Haidenhaim, 1877.

Location: Rodelheim, Germany

Hebrew with Yiddish translation Hebrew signature of the publisher is found on the title page. [Missing from shelf.]

18 cm.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1893.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Complete Haggadah text in Hebrew followed by complete Haggadah text in German. Stamped by Jakob B. Brandeis.

20 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1904.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Text in German and Hebrew; ceremonial directions in Hebrew.

22 cm. Text only.
Seder ha-Hagadah le-lel shimurim = Erzählung von dem Auszuge Israels aus „gypten... / übersetzt von W. Heidenheim .., 190-?.

Location: Rodelheim, Germany

Hebrew text with a German text (old German script). Printed by W. Heidenheim.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1910.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Text in German and Hebrew; ceremonial directions in German.

22 cm. Text only.
Seder ha-Hagadah le-lel shimurim = Erzählung von dem Auszuge Israels aus „gypten für die beiden ersten Pessachabende / nach W. Heidenheim ; neu übersetzt von Rabbiner Dr. Selig Bamberger, 1921.

Location: Rodelheim, Germany

Hebrew with German translation Limited ed. of 100 copies on handmade paper.

25 cm. Text only.
Call No. Haggadah #5
Hagada : aangeboden door de firma Wed. J. Stein, Amsterdam .., 1922.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Haggadah text and notes are in Hebrew. Ceremonial directions are in Dutch. The cover has a black and white illustration of a man holding up a wine cup.

23 cm. Text only.
Haggadah shel Pesah , 1923.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Handwritten by Baruch Parnetsiskah and illustrated by Jacob Steinhardt. Signed by the artist.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #2
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1927.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Arranged and illustrated by Otto Geismar.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #8
Seder hagadah shel Pesah = Die Pessach-Haggada / herausgegeben und erklärt von E. D. Goldschmidt, 1937.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Text in Hebrew with a German translation.

20 cm. Text only.
Passover Seder service : Deutsches Theatre Restaurant, Munich, Germany, April 15-16, 1946 / conducting, Abraham J. Klausner, 1945-1946.

Location: Munich, Germany

Hebrew and Yiddish with English introduction. Published for the use of American Jewish soldiers in Germany. Handwritten and mimeographed. Non-traditional text that opens with, "...We were slaves to Hitler in Germany..." Illustrations depict scenes from the Holocaust.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1947.

Location: Munich, Germany

Printed and distributed in Germany by the American Joint Distribution Committee.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Pessach-Haggadah / bearbeitet von Robert Raphael Geis, 1954.

Location: [Düsseldorf-Benrath?], Germany

Text in German and Hebrew; ceremonial directions in German. Includes illustrations from older Haggadot.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Order of service for Passover (Haggada) / issued by the Jewish War Services Committee for India, 1918.

Location: Calcutta, India

"Copies can be obtained free of charge from the supervising officer for Jewish soldiers in India, Fort William, Calcutta."

19 cm. Text only.
Call No. LSC 3885
Hagadah shel Pesah, 1930.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Includes music arranged by Solomon Rosowsky.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #7
Hagadah le-Pesah nusah ha-Rambam be-sifro ha-Yad ha-hazakah ... : `im biografiah ketsarah me-hayey ha-Rambam ... :`a.p. seder minhage ha-Gra mi-Vilna .., 1935.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Includes a short biography on the life of the Rambam (Maimonides). Includes the Song of Songs.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah Erets Yisre'elit le-Fesah, 1938.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

English and Hebrew. Bound in decorated wooden boards, with cloth spine.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1946.

Location: Merhavyah, Israel

Published by Kibbutz Hashomer Hatzair, the Kibbutz federation of a Zionist youth movement. Non-traditional text with some traditional elements. Duke has two copies of this haggadah. c.2 contains hand written and stamped ceremonial directions in Hebrew.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1946.

Location: Merhavyah, Israel

The Duke catalog has a date of 1949, but the Hebrew date on the cover corresponds to 1946. Black and white drawings with first two pages colored in by hand. Non-Traditional text which reflects the secular leanings of the early kibbutz community.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1946.

Location: Kibbutz Kefar Gil`adi Tel Hai, Israel

Hebrew only. Handwritten with a non-traditional text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah `al pi minhag Ashkenaz u-Sefarad / mugah u-mevo'ar `al yede Dani'el Goldschmidt, 1947.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Annotated by Daniel Goldschidt.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1948.

Location: Kibbutz Ramat Yohanan, Israel

Non-traditional text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Le-hag ha-herut 708 , 1948.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Illustrations by Arieh Alweil. Issued for soldies of the Haganah. Non-traditional text. Illustrations on page 15 show military figures from throughout Jewish history.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Service for the first nights of Passover / with a revised English translation by Joseph Loewy and Joseph Guens, 1948.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Published before the independence of Israel. Includes music for a few songs at the end.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 194-?.

Location: Kibbutz Kefar Monash, Israel

Handwritten and illustrated by Gidon Katsch.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 194-?.

Location: Kibbutz, Israel

Non-Traditional text with traditional elements. Handwritten and mimeographed.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Aviv, 194-?.

Location: Kibutz, Israel

Hebrew only. Handwritten non-traditional text.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 194-?.

Location: Kibbutz Afikim, Israel

Handwritten non-traditional text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 194-?.

Location: Kibbutz Afikim, Israel

Handwritten non-traditional text. P. 10 (Hebrew nos.) with stylized ill. of Hebrew slaves and of free Hebrews going out of Egypt carrying unleavened dough on their heads; p. 10 (Arabic nos.) shows full page ill. of ship off coast of mandate Palestine at night with "illegal" immigrants coming ashore.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Service for the first nights of Passover / with a revised English translation by Joseph Loewy and Joseph Guens, 1950.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Bound in black cloth with padded boards, raised leaf design, cover and spine titles stamped in gold, tooled copper view of "David's Tower" from the wall of Jerusalem's old city outlined in gold stamping on upper board, and binder's name stamped in gold beneath copper tooling: Betsalel, Yerushalayim.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Seder shel Pesah nosah Yagur, 1951.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Music only. Music by Yehudah Sharett. For celebrants, solo voices (SATB), mixed choir, children's choir, and instrumental ensemble.

25 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1954.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Includes commentaries by Moses Sofer, Samuel Ehrenfeld and David Tsevi Ehrenfeld. This Haggadah is a reprint of the original which was published in Viena, 1883-1884.

17 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah : service for the first nights of Passover / 17 illustrations in colour by A. Allweil, an essay by Max Brod and an accompanying text by I.M. Lask ; with a revised English translation and copious explanatory notes by Joseph Loewy and Joseph Guens, 1954.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Plates printed on separte paper and mounted on leaves.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1955.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

English and Hebrew. Includes a special section for children.

28 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : `im mador meyuhad li-yeladim "Ve-higadeta le-vinkha" / `arukh `al yede Sh.S. ; tiken, `iter ve-tsiyer Ts. Livni, 1955.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Bound in white leather with padded upper board, tooled copper plate with title, Hagadah shel Pesaòh, outlined in gold stamping on upper board, in the style of Betzalel.

28 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : service for the first nights of Passover / with a revised English translation and copious explanatory notes by Joseph Loewy and Joseph Guens ; with coloured illustrations, 1956.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Illustrations by Alvail. Plates printed on separate paper and mounted on leaves.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1958.

Location: Kibbutz Merhavyah, Israel

Illustrated by Moshe Proops and handwritten by Mordekhai Amitai. Includes musical instructions.

17 x 25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1958.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Slip mounted on p. 4 of cover indicates Haggadah distributed to participants in Passover tour 4/22/59 to 5/3/59.

92 mm x 13 cm. Illustrated.
Samaritan Haggada and Pessah Passover: Zevah korban ha-Pesah, 1958.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Haggadah contains the Samaritan ceremony for the Passover sacrifice. Text is written in the Paleo-Hebrew script still used by the Samaritan community, as well as the square Hebrew script.

24 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1959.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew Only. A sticker with Hebrew writing on the back reveals that it was intended for the participants of a tour group celebrating passover from April 22 - May 3 1959.

17 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1960.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew essays about the history of the Haggadah. On verso of t.p.: The Passover Haggadah: its sources and history, with the complete text of the traditional Haggadah, the most ancient Haggadah from the Cairo Genizah and sample pages of manuscript and printed Haggadot in reproduction. By Ernst Daniel Goldschmidt.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shelemah , 1960.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Includes commentaries by Menahem Kasher and Shmuel Ashkenazi.

26 cm. Text only.
Bibliografyah shel hagadot Pesah mi-reshit ha-defus ve-`ad ha-yom be-tseruf `esrim ve-hamishah tsilume dapim mi-tokh hagadot yikrot-metsi'ut, 1960.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

By Abraham Yaari. Bibliography of the Passover Haggadah from the earliest printed edition to 1900 with twenty five reproductions from rare editions.

35 cm. Illustrated.
Bibliografyah shel hagadot Pesah mi-reshit ha-defus ve-`ad ha-yom be-tseruf `esrim ve-hamishah tsilume dapim mi-tokh hagadot yikrot-metsi'ut, 1960.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

By Abraham Yaari. Bibliography of the Passover Haggadah from the earliest printed edition to 1900 with twenty five reproductions from rare editions.

35 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1961.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew text with some ceremonial directions in English and French. Illustrations by Moshe Proops.

28 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1961.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Includes 34 illustrations by Ze'ev Raban.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1962.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

English and Hebrew. Handwritten and illustrated by Arthur Szyk.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Ta`arukhat Hagadot-Pesh me-osfo R. Natan Stayner .., 1964.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Program for an exhibition of Pesach-Haggadoth from the private collection of Mr. Nathan Steiner at the Museum of Ethnography and Folklore in Tel Aviv. In Hebrew.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah, 1965.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Hebrew. "Newly translated throughout, with an introduction, by Harold Fisch" -- T.p. verso.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / targum angli hadash me-et Betsal'el Rot ; `arikhah Beno Rotenberg ; mavo Mikha'el Avi-Yonah = The Passover Haggadah / a new English version by Cecil Roth ; edited by Beno Rothenberg ; introduction by Michael Avi-Yonah, 1965.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Haggadah contains photographs of the landscape and antiquities of Israel and her neighbors as well as photographs of ornamented utensils used for the Passover Holiday from previous centuries and housed at the Bezalel Jewish National Museum in Jerusalem. The English translation is by Prof. Cecil Roth and the introduction is by Prof. Michael Avi-Yonah. The first Hebrew map, an etching by Abraham bar Yacob, originally printed in the Amsterdam Hagaddah of 1695, on lining papers.

31 cm. Illustrated.
Haggada for Passover = Hagadah / published in enlarged Hebrew and English type for the partially sighted for the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America and the Jewish Braille Institute of America, Inc. ... ; newly translated throughout, with an introduction, by Harold Fisch, 1967.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

38 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Hagadat Yerushalayim / nikhtevah ve-tsuyerah bi-yede Shemu'el Boneh, 1968.

Location: Haifa, Israel

Hebrew only. Illuminated by Shmuel Bonneh

31 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah shel Pesah nikhtevah ve-tsuyerah be-Nikelsburg bi- shenat 508 = The Passover Haggadah written and illustrated in Nickelsburg 1748, 1973.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Text in Hebrew; rubrics in Hebrew and Yiddish. Facsimile of the manuscript of the Passover Haggadah written and illustrated in Nickelsburg in 1748.

30 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah = Haggadah = Hagadat G'erusalem Post = The Jerusalem Post Haggadah / hukhnah bi-yede Shoshanah Voker, 1980.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Hebrew. Illuminated by Shoshanna Walker. Signed by the artist.

28 cm. Illuminated.
The Passover Haggadah / illustrated by Naftali Bezem ; calligraphy by Moshe Mordechai Ben-Dov ; designed by Elazar Gilad ; translated by Ted William Gross, 1982.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

English and Hebrew.

34 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / tsiyer Naftali Bezem ; katav Mosheh Mordekhai b.R. Yisaskhar Dov ben Dov, 1982.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew only. Illustrated by Naftali Bezem; Calligraphy by Moshe Mordechai ben Dov.

42 cm. Illustrated.
ha-Metsayer bi-yetsi'at Mitsrayim : Hagadot metsuyarot min ha-me'ah ha-18 / [mehkar ve-tekst, Havivah Peled-Karmeli ; `arikhah, Yonah Fisher], 1983.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew with the Introduction also in English. A catalogue and explanation of 18th Century Illustrated Haggadot on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Duke has two copies of this book.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E q#678
The Passover Haggadah / commentary by Adin Steinsaltz, 1983.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

25 cm. Illustrated.
ha-Metsayer bi-yetsi'at Mitsrayim : Hagadot metsuyarot min ha-me'ah ha-18 / [mehkar ve-tekst, Havivah Peled-Karmeli ; `arikhah, Yonah Fisher], 1983.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew with the Introduction also in English. A catalogue and explanation of 18th Century Illustrated Haggadot on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Duke has two copies of this book.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / metsuyeret bi-yede Aharon Shevo, 1984.

Location: Ramat Gan, Israel

English and Hebrew. Illustrated by Aharon Shevo.

28 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E q#1502
Hagadah shel Pesah le-zekher ha-Sho`ah = Pessach Haggadah in memory of the Holocaust / illustrated by David Wander ; calligraphy and micrography by Yonah Weinrib, 1985.

Location: Haifa, Israel

Forty-four leaves in portfolio; twelve leaves of plates. Mr. and Mrs. Zygfryd B. Wolloch commissioned this Haggadah as a memorial to their parents who perished at the hands of the Nazis. David Wander (Illustrator) and Yonah Weinreb (Calligraphy and Micrography) have produced a work that emphasizes slavery and redemption as exemplified both in the Exodus and in the Holocaust. The simplicity of the artwork helps convey the horror of the Holocaust. For example, alongside the text which reads "in each generation one is obligated to regard him/herself as though he/she personally left Egypt" appears an empty concentration camp uniform. Human figures are conspicuously absent from the Haggadah as a reminder of those who did not survive Nazi persecution.

43 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E ff#86
The golden Haggadah of Jerusalem / illustration, Jossi Stern ; calligraphy, Noah Ophir = Hagadat ha-zahav shel Yerushalayim / tsiyer Yosi Shtern ; katav Noah Ofir, 1986.

Location: Hertsliyah, Israel

English and Hebrew.

25 x 34 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadat Volakh : Hagadah shel Pesah le-zekher ha-Sho'ah = The Wolloch Haggadah : Pessach Haggadah in memory of the Holocaust / illustrated by David Wander ; calligraphy and micrography by Yonah Weinrib, 1988.

Location: Haifa, Israel

English and Hebrew. A smaller bound reproduction of the facsimile edition of the Haggadah in memory of the Holocaust (E ff#86).

28 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Hagadat ha-tefutsot / tsiyurim, Shelomoh Kats ; targum le-Anglit, G'eremy Haiman = The Diaspora Haggadah : the artistic and transliterated Haggadah of Passover / paintings by Shlomo Katz ; English translation by Jeremy Hyman, 1988.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew, English and transliterated.

34 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel hidur : Hagadah shel Pesah, 1989.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew and English. "English translation by Prof. Harold Fisch"--T.p. verso. Illustrations reproduced from Erna Michael Haggadah.

17 cm. Illustrated.
'Arba` hagadot = 4 haggadot : me-'osef Bet ha-sefarim ha-le'umi veha-universita'i bi-Yerushalayim, 1989.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Facsimile editions of 4 different Haggadot (smaller than original size). 1) Italy, 1500s. 2) Mantova, Italy, 1480; by Abraham Favissol of Avignon. 3) Moravia, 1719; by R. Simmel Sofer. 4) Yemen, 1800s; by Yosef Hammami. Includes a pamphlet with a Hebrew and English introduction as well as a pamphlet with an English translation of the Haggadah text.

26 x 37 x 3 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah : lefi minhage ha-Sefaradim va-`adot ha-Mizrah] = The Sephardi Haggadah : with translation, commentary and complete guide to the laws of Pesah and the Seder / by Jonathan Cohen, 1989.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Hebrew.

25 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah / tsiurim `a.y. Haints Zelig ; `itsov Fredrik Gozlan = The Passover Haggadah / illustrated by Heinz Seelig ; designed by Frédéric Gozlan, 1990.

Location: Hertsliyah, Israel

English and Hebrew.

25 cm. Illustrated.
American heritage haggadah : the Passover experience / compiled and edited by David Geffen ; English translation by Moshe Kohn ; introduction by Stuart E. Eizenstat, 1992.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Text of Haggadah in Hebrew and English translation; prefatory matter and marginal anecdotes in English. "The Hebrew text ... was photographed from a Hebrew-English Haggadah printed in New York in 1857."

31 cm. Illustrated.
The Palace gates Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] : parables for the Pesach Seder / compiled by Shalom Wallach ; translated by Avraham Sutton ; with an interpretative translation of Shir Hashirim, 1995.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

"Originally published in 1995 in Hebrew as 'Sha€˜arei Armon, Meshalim La-Haggadah shel Pesach"--t.p. verso. ext of the Haggadah in Hebrew and English, commentary in English.

25 cm. Text only.
Otsar ha-hagadot : bibliyografyah shel hagadot Pesah me-reshit ha-defus ha-`Ivri `ad shenat 720 / ba-`arikhat Yitshak Yudlov, 1997.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Text is in Hebrew. English Title: The Haggadah Thesaurus: Bibliography of Passover Haggadot From the Beginning of Hebrew Printing until 1960. This is an annotated bibliography of Haggadot from 1480-1960. The bibliography is organized by year with indexes by author, publisher, location, language, etc. Includes a supplementary index.

35 cm. Text only.
Call No. Biblio Y94
Otsar ha-hagadot : bibliyografyah shel hagadot Pesah me-reshit ha-defus ha-`Ivri `ad shenat 720 / ba-`arikhat Yitshak Yudlov, 1997.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Text is in Hebrew. English Title: The Haggadah Thesaurus: Bibliography of Passover Haggadot From the Beginning of Hebrew Printing until 1960. This is an annotated bibliography of Haggadot from 1480-1960. The bibliography is organized by year with indexes by author, publisher, location, language, etc. Includes a supplementary index.

35 cm. Text only.
The Passover Haggadah / Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz, 2002.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Haggadah in English and Hebrew; commentary by Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz in English.

30 cm. Illustrated.
Sefer Magid mesharim : hu be'ur hadash u-maspik `al Hagadah shel Pesah : `im mavo gadol ... me-eti Netan'el Hayyim b. Mosheh Naman Pape, 1899-1900.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Includes an introduction by Netan'el Hayyim ben Mosheh Naman Pape. Includes additions and comments by the son of the author on page 16.

24 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Hagadah for Passover : with English translation, 1901-1902.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

16 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah : leshon ... `aravi menukad ke-fi minhag ... Bagdad ... ve-gam ke-fi `are Hodu : ve-nosaf `od meturgemet bi-leshon Anglizi, .., 1903-1904.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew. According to the customs of Bagdad and the cities of India.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im be'ur hadash Tavlin le- mitsvah ... : ha-nushah ha-nehugah ule-`umatah nushat ha-Rambam / yatsa le-or `al yede Avraham Aharon ha-Levi Prag, 1909-1910.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

23 cm. Text only.
Hagadah le-lel shimurim : `im be'ur Masa ge ha-hizayon ... / hiber ... Aryeh Leb Frumkin .., 1912-1913.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew only. Includes a Hebrew commentary.

22 cm. Text only.
Sefer Navah tehilah `al Hagadah shel Pesah / ... amarim ... mi-tokh kitve ... Ya`akov David ... me-Radomsk ; divre ha-mesader ... Noah Vayntrob, 1926-1927.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew with commentary in Rashi script.

21 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 192-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Yiddish and Hebrew.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah le-Pesah , 1937-1938.

Location: Kibbutz Yagur, Israel

Non-traditional text.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Bet Yisra'el : ve-hu be'ur Hagadah shel Pesah : ... Petah ha-bayit, hemah ha-`inyanim ha-kerovim el peshutah ... : Hadre ha-bayit, hemah ha-`inyanim ha-mitfarshim derekh pilpul ve-derash : ... `Amude ha-bayit hemah `inyanim nifradim gam hu yoreh mekor ha-davar ... / divre ha-mehaber Yitshak Yehoshu`a ... ; mi-meni Shim`on Halperin, 1937-1938.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew text with a Hebrew introduction and commentary.

23 cm. Text only.
Bet Ya`akov : be'ur `al Hagadah shel Pesah / mah she-hanani d. ... Shim`on Halperin .., 1937-1938.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew text with a Hebrew introduction and commentary.

23 cm. Text only.
Hagadah le-Pesah, 1938-1939.

Location: Kibbutz Yagur, Israel

Hebrew only. Handwritten with sketches and mimeographed for members of Kibbutz Yagur. Original text with a few traditional passages.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : be-'otyot gedolot uve-hirot uve-nikud le-fi nusah Yehude Teman, 1939-1940.

Location: Jaffa, Israel

Follows the Yeminite version. The final pages have advertisements for other publications by the publisher.

17 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1940-1941.

Location: Kibbutz Giv`at Brener, Israel

Hebrew only. Handwritten non-traditional text.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1941-1942.

Location: Kibbutz Na'an, Israel

Hebrew only. Handwritten with a non-traditional text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1941-1942.

Location: Kibbutz Bet ha-Shitah, Israel

Hebrew only. Handwritten with a non-traditional text. Wine stains on several pages.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1942-1943.

Location: Kibbutz Ein Harod, Israel

Non-Traditional text with traditional elements. Handwritten and typed; mimeographed.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1943-1944.

Location: Kibbutz Giv'at Brener, Israel

Handwritten and mimeographed.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1943-1944.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Handwritten and mimeographed. Non-traditional text; original four questions related to life on the Kibbutz.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1943-1944.

Location: Kibbutz Giv`at ha-Sheloshah, Israel

Handwritten and mimeographed.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1944-1945.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Non-Traditional text with traditional elements.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1945-1946.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Non-traditional text with traditional elements.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1946-1947.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

23 cm. Text only.
Call No. Haggadah Pam #28
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1946-1947.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Includes commentaries by Abraham ben Ze'ev Nahum Bornstein and Samuel Bornstein.

25 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1946-1947.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew only. Handwritten non-traditional text. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1946-1947.

Location: Kibbutz Giv`at ha-Sheloshah, Israel

Handwritten and mimeographed. Non-traditional text. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1947-1948.

Location: Kibbutz, Israel

Non-traditional text. Illustrations relate to working and defending the land of Israel.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1947-1948.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Commentary by Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook.

25 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1947-1948.

Location: Kibbutz Kevutsat ha-Tsofim, Israel

Handwritten and mimeographed. Non-traditional text with added ceremonial directions in green ink. Signed on cover by Yehudah Engel.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1947-1948.

Location: Kibbutz Kefar Giladi, Israel

Written and Illustrated by Gidon Katsch. Handwritten and mimeographed. Non-traditional text.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1947-1948.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew only. Printed for the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1948-1949.

Location: Merhavyah, Israel

Published by Kibbutz Hashomer Hatzair, the Kibbutz federation of a Zionist youth movement. Non-traditional text.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1948-1949.

Location: Kibbutz Heftsi-bah, Israel

Handwritten with a non-traditional text. P. 30 in a different hand than rest of Haggadah.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1948-1952.

Location: Kibbutz Nezer, Israel

Non-traditional text with traditional elements.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1949-1950.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Non-traditional text with traditional elements.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1949-1950.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Handwritten and illustrated by Arieh Alweil. Published by the Israeli Military Rabbinic Association for Israeli soldiers.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1949-1950.

Location: Kibbutz 'En Harod, Israel

Illustrations are reproductions of Haim Atar's murals in the kibbutz's dining room. Non-traditional text.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1949-1950.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Includes illustrations from older Haggadot.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Le-hag ha herut : perakim, 1949-1950.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew only. Several essays about Passover. Includes special Passover laws for soldiers. Published by the Israeli army.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1950-1951.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Non-traditional text with traditional elements.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1951-1952.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Hebrew text. English translation included as an insert. Written and decorated by J. Zimberknopf.

37 cm. Illustrated.
The Pessah Hagada. , 1951-1952.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

"This Hagada, printed in Jerusalem by Hamadpis Liphshitz Press, is a reproduction of an old Venetian edition ... It contained an Italian translation, for which English has been substituted."

41 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Pessah Hagada, 1951-1952.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Hebrew. Facsim. of: Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : bi-leshon ha-kodesh u-fitrono bi-leshon Ashkenazim ... Venitsiyah : Stamperia Vendramina, 501 [1740 or 1741] "This Hagada -- printed in Jerusalem by Hamadpis Lipshitz Press, is a reproduction of an old Venetian edition of which the above [as in Facsim. note] is the original title page. It contained an Italian [?] translation, for which English has been substituted"--Colophon. "Ha-tseva`im veha-tsiurim ve-seder ha-`amudim hut`amu le-tavnit ha-hotsa'at" --Colophon. "`Al ha-kerikhah tsiur Ha lahma `anya bi-tseva`im mi-tokh Hagadat Sarayevo"--Yaari. Yaari 2416

42 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1952-1953.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Haggadah written and Illustrated by David Alef.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1953-1954.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Illustrated by Jacob Wechsler. Note on the front page indicates that the Haggadah was a gift to Dr. Pascher from Harold Scheinberg.

34 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im hamishah `asar perushim .., 1953-1954.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Commentaries by Rashi, et al.

23 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1954-1955.

Location: Kibbutz Giv€˜at Brener, Israel

Non traditional text.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1955-1956.

Location: Kibbutz Merhavyah, Israel

Non traditional text.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1958-1959.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Hebrew. Music arranged by Solomon Rosowsky.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1958-1959.

Location: Kibbutz Kefar Giladi, Israel

Non-traditional text.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1959-60.

Location: Kefar Gil'adi, Israel

Hebrew only.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 195-?.

Location: Kibbutz Ramat Yohanan, Israel

Non traditional text with traditional elements.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 195-?.

Location: Kibbutz Alummot, Israel

Non-traditional text. Hebrew without vowels.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 195-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Non-traditional text with traditional elements.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 195-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Illustrated by Ze'ev. This Haggadah was an insert in the Maariv [Israeli] newspaper.

18 x 25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 195-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Handwritten and illustrated by David Alef and Ayelet ha-Shahar. Non-traditional text.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel ha-Seneh le-Pesah, 195-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Illustrated by Iris Shviitser. Non-traditional text written to emphasize the security provided by the Seneh, an Israeli security organization.

16 x 17 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 195-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Haggadah handwritten and Illustrated by David Alef. Non-traditional text. Duke owns two copies of this Haggadah.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 195-?.

Location: Kibutz, Israel

Hebrew with non-traditional text. Includes a form for admittance into the hospital with a handwritten note on the back. This Haggadah was written and Illustrated by Gidon Katsch.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Seder lel Pesah, 196-?.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew only. Published by Eliez Winecellars as an advertising tool for their brand of wines. Different advertisements for their wines appear throughout at the bottom pages.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Haggadah of Passover: Illustrated by David Gilboa, 1961?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Text in Hebrew with ceremonial directions in English and Hebrew. Sueded blue cloth binding with blue enameled metal title label on front cover.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #4
Pardes ha-Hagadah : Hagadah shel Pesah / perushim ... remazim ... dinim ... sipure yetsi'at Mitsraim ba-`arikhat Gedalyah Segal be-siyua` 'Elimelekh He`shin, 1964-1965.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew only. Includes commentaries.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah le-Pesah Me-`avdut le-herut, 1970-71.

Location: Givatayim, Israel

This modern Israeli Haggadah, put out by the Israeli Defense Force, adds to the traditional story of redemption from Egypt new chapters which tell of the miracles experienced during the creation of the modern state of Israel. The traditional text of the seder appears on the top of each page with new parallels stories from the modern day in smaller print at the bottom of each page. For example, below the traditional four questions are four different questions pointing out the differences between seders of old and modern seders. The first new question points out that in the olden days Jews celebrated Israel leaving Egypt, while in modern days Jews also celebrate Egyptians leaving Israel. The haggadah is illustrated with photographs and illustrations of the Israeli army an other modern Israeli scenes.

30 x 16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 197-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Non-traditional text. Handwritten marginal notes in Hebrew.

27 x 13 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam q#847
The Washington Haggadah : a facsimile edition of an illuminated fifteenth-Century Hebrew manuscript at the Library of Congress / signed by Joel ben Simeon ; edited by Myron M. Weinstein, 1478.

Location: Italy

Facsimile printed in 1991. Commentary volume included. The Haggadah is signed by 15th Century scribe and artist, Joel ben Simeon. A number of pages contain wine stains as well as notes written in the margins. It is known as the Washington Haggadah because of its location at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C.

28 cm. Illuminated.
Call No. A-34 #18
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, Venetsyah 369 = The Passover Haggadah, Venice 1609 / mavo me-et Betsal'el Narkis, 1609.

Location: Venice, Italy

Facsimile printed in Jerusalem in 1974. "The Venice Haggada of 1609: introduction "(15 p.)inserted. ranslated by Juda-Arie Leon de Modena.

35 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah bi-leshon ha-kodesh uvi-leshon Italyano : `im kamah tsurot `al kol ha-otot veha-moftim asher na`asu la-avotenu be-Mitsrayim, ba-yam uva-midbar ... / ve-gam ba be-tokham pe. Tseli esh ... ve-hu kitsur Zevah Pesah m.h. Rav Don Yitshak Abravan[el] z.l, 1715-1716.

Location: Venice, Italy

Hebrew commentary by Abarbanel. Includes the traditional Hebrew text with an Italian translation.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1757-1758.

Location: Venice, Italy

Ladino and Hebrew. Includes the evening service for the first days of Passover.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Sefer hamon hogeg , 1793-1794.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Ladino and Hebrew. Signed on title page by David b. Raphael Mendola. Wine stains throughout.

24 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1795-1796.

Location: Pisa, Italy

Hebrew and Spanish; Spanish is in Hebrew script. Wine stains throughout.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #1
Seder agadah shel Pesah, 1805-1806.

Location: Venice, Italy

Ladino (in Rashi script) and Hebrew.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Compendium orationum = [Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : kefi minhag Ashkenazim] .., 1828.

Location: Verona, Italy

This Haggadah has a Hebrew text with some Latin on the title page. The majority of the Haggadah only contains the text, however there are four simple illustrations: at the beginning, next to the descriptions of the Matzah and Bitter herbs, and after the final song.

20 cm. Text only.
Sefer Pi ha-medaber : (notarikon perush Hagadah / mi-meni Yosef bar Rabenu David), 1853-1854.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Hebrew with commentary in Rashi script. Stampted on title and back pages by the Librairie Hebraique in Djerba, Tunisia. Wine stains appear throughout.

25 cm. Text only.
Seder ha-hagadah shel Pesah, 1864.

Location: Trieste, Italy

Wine stains throughout.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Tri'esti 624 = The Passover Haggadah : Trieste 1864 / mahadurat Avraham Hai Morpurgo ; ha-ilustratsyot `a. y. K. Krikhmayer [sic], 1864.

Location: Trieste, Italy

Facsimile printed in Jerusalem in 1974.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Sefer zikrono le-hayyim : le-zikaron ka'iti ha-nes le-mino be-mile de-Agadata lel hitkadesh hag ha-Pesah ... / ve-hu ha-tsa'ir Hayyim ha-kohen .., 1874-1875.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Hebrew and Judaeo-Arabic (using Rashi script).

20 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im tsiurim ve-targum `Aravi : ke-minhag k.k. Bagaad : ... ve-`atah hosafnu vo piyutim nehmadim, tefilat `arvit ... ve-dinim ha-nitsrakhim .., 1886-87.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Hebrew and Judaeo-Arabic (in Hebrew characters). The pages of this Haggadah were not cut correctly; some pages are too wide and every two pages are connected at the top. Includes the evening service.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Sefer Hakam lev / notri. leha-tsa`ir Kamos ben Musa Had'ad, 1886-87.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Judaeo-Arabic and Hebrew.

29 cm. Text only.
The Erna Michael wood blocks; twenty nine illustrations from original wood blocks successors of the Venice Haggadah. Introduction by Bezalel Narkiss, 19th Century.

Location: Italy

This is not a Haggadah, as it does not contain any text. This is, however, a collection of 29 imprints made in 1977 from original 19th Century wood blocks based on the famous Venice Haggadah of 1609. The near completeness of the collection of biblical and ritual wood cuts intended for printing is a rare find.

33 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E f#799
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im pitaron be-lashon Italiki `im kamah tsurot ... ve-nosaf ... tefilat `Arvit .., 1903-1904.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Italian and Hebrew. Includes the Evening prayer service.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah / `im targum u-mavo ve-he`arot be-lashon Italkit me-et Shavtai To'af = Haggadah di Pasqua / testo Ebraico con traduzione Italiana, introduzione e note di Alfredo S. Toaff ; illustrata da Eva Romanin Jacur, 1948.

Location: Florence, Italy

Italian and Hebrew. Includes music for a few songs, including the Hatikvah (Israeli national anthem).

25 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1950-1951.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Haggadah of Passover : prepared for use of Jewish personnel of the Army and Navy of the United States in French North Africa during the Passover of the year 5703 .., 1943.

Location: Morocco

"This Haggadah has been prepared ... by l'Association des Anciens Elèves de l'Alliance Israélite Universelle and Société Olam Katan in the celebration of the Passover Seder on the 15th day of Nissan 5703 (April 19th 1943)" --Colophon.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah: im birkhoteha, 1728-1729.

Location: Amsterdam

Handwritten note in Hebrew/Yiddish on the inside of the back cover. Pocket edition of Haggadah limiting its Yiddish commentary to occasional rubrics. It relies on eye-catching initial letters and woodcuts to make the text come alive.

15 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadat Moravyah = The Moravian Haggadah, 1737.

Location: Amsterdam

Facsimile printed in 198-? The Illuminations are based on the well-known Amsterdam engravings with some additions and changes. Also known as the The Alexander Karl Floersheim Haggadah.

31 cm. Illuminated.
Seder Hagada le-Fesah, 1764-1765.

Location: Amsterdam

Includes a short version of Abarbanel's Zevah Pesah commentary. Wine stains throughout.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #3
Helek rishon mi-Sefer arba' yesodot, 1782-1783.

Location: Amsterdam

Text and commentaries in Hebrew; ceremonial directions in Yiddish. Signed on 1st page by Hare Lovy and Leopold Fried. Stamped on 2nd page by Dr. Hinko Urbah. A faded list of names appears in Hebrew and English on the final two pages. Includes the laws for Passover.

23 cm. Text only.
Agadat arba' Kosot , 1817.

Location: Amsterdam

Not a Haggadah. Contains special readings for each of the four cups of wine.

18 cm. Text only.
Hagadah le-lel shikorim, 1849.

Location: Amsterdam

English title: Haggadah for the Night of Drunks. This is a parody of the Passover Haggadah for use on the holiday of Purim. An example of parodied text: Instead of the "son who doesn't know how to ask, " this Haggadah has the "son who doesn't know how to drink." (p.7). For this son you are instructed to open his mouth for him. Written by Zevi Hirsch Sommerhausen.

19 cm. Text only.
[Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah : `im ha`atakah u-hora'at ha-dinim u-ha-minhagim ba-lashon hollandit] = Hagadah, voordragt op de beide eerste avonden van het Paasch-feest : in het Nederduitsch vertaald en met vele ophelderingen voorzien / door G.A. Parser .., 1864.

Location: Amsterdam

Hebrew text with Dutch translation and commentary.

17 cm. Text only.
[Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah] = Hagadah, voordragt op de beide eerste avonden van het Pesach-feest : met aanwijzing der gebruiken in het Nederduitsch, 1876.

Location: Amsterdam

Hebrew text with ceremonial directions in Dutch. Missing Pages 35-46.

18 cm. Text only.
Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah = Hagadah, voordragt op de beide eerste avonden van het Pesach-feest : met Nederduitsche opschriften, 1884.

Location: Amsterdam

Hebrew text with ceremonial directions in Dutch.

19 cm. Text only.
[Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah] = Voordracht op de beide eerste avonden van het Pesach-feest : met Nederlandsche opschriften, 1897.

Location: Amsterdam

Hebrew text with ceremonial directions in Dutch.

19 cm. Text only.
[Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah] = Hagadah, voordracht op de beide eerste avonden van het Pesach-feest : met Nederlandsche opschriften, 1909.

Location: Amsterdam

Text in Hebrew; ceremonial directions in Dutch.

20 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah : een verzameling van gebeden, vertellingen en liederen, ten gebruike voor de Pesach-avondviering : zoowel in huiselijken kring als in gezamenlijke bijeenkomsten, 190-?.

Location: Amsterdam

From the library of S. van Maarsen, with his bookplate.

20 cm. Text only.
Seder hagadah le-lele Pesah : `im ezeh devarim al mekorah mi-kunteres magid me-reshit le-d.a. landshuteh, ve-`im hora'at ha-dinim veha-minhagim be-lashon hollandit = Voordracht voor de beide eerste avonden van het Paaschfeest : met aanwijzing der voorschriften en gebruiken in de nederlandsche taal / door G.I. Polak, 1926.

Location: Amsterdam

Text in Hebrew; notes and ceremonial directions in Dutch.

19 cm. Text only.
Call No. Haggadah #9
The Gospel of Mark: the new Christian Jewish Passover Haggadah, 1965.

Location: Leiden, Netherlands

25 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1868.

Location: Vilna, Poland

Includes ten commentaries by well-known sages. Wine stains throughout.

23 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah : `im perush uminhage ... M.h.R.L. mi-Prag, 1905.

Location: Warsaw, Poland

Commentaries by Judah Loew ben Bezalel (ca. 1525-1609) and Yehudah Yudl Rozenberg (1865-1935).

24 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im matayim sheloshim u-shemoneh perushim ve-hosafot / me-et maranan ve-rabanan geonim kedoshim .., 1907.

Location: Podgorze, Poland

Includes commentaries by 238 different sages.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah : iberzetst idish mit talmudishe legenden wegen yetsi'at Mitsraim : mit fiel biblishe bilder / bearbaitet durkh H. Niselavits, 1913-1914.

Location: Warsaw-Vilna, Poland

Hebrew and Yiddish. Wine stains throughout.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1922.

Location: Vilna, Poland

Includes 16 commentaries by well-known sages.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pessah' : (ritual da ceia Pascal) / traduçao e arranjo de A.C. de Barros Basto (Ben-Rosh), 1928.

Location: Porto, Portugal

Haggadah text is in Portuguese only.

19 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Leningrad = The Leningrad children's Haggadah = Leningradskaia agada / preface by Adin Steinzaltz ; editor in chief I. Dvorkin, 1993.

Location: St. Petersburg, Russia

Haggadah text in Hebrew and Russian; prefatory matter in Russian and English. llustrated by children at a Leningrad Jewish school.

21 cm. Illustrated.
The Barcelona Haggadah : an illuminated Passover compendium from 14th-Century Catalonia in facsimile (MS British Library Additional 14761) / edited by Jeremy Schonfield ; with translations of poems and Targumim by Raphael Loewe ; other translations by David Goldstein and Jeremy Schonfield ; and contributions by Malachi Beit-Arié .., 14th Century.

Location: Catalonia

Facsimile printed in 1992. Commentary volume included. Illuminations include images of medieval Spanish homes, synagogues and musical instruments. Early owners of the Haggadah are identified by signatures as is the 16th Century ecclesiastical censor Visto per me Fra. Luigi del Ordine de San Dominico.

27 cm. Illuminated.
Call No. A-34 #17
The Sarajevo Haggadah. Text by Cecil Roth, 14th Century.

Location: Northern Spain

Facsimile published in New York in 1966. English introduction by Cecil Roth. The Haggadah consists of 34 full-page miniatures, an illuminated Haggadah text, and hymns and Torah readings for the Passover week. Signed in 1609 by Giovanni Domenico, a church censor. Named because of its location in the Sarajevo Museum. This Haggadah was almost destroyed during the bombardment of Sarajevo in 1994 but was saved by two staff members of the demolished museum where it was housed.

23 cm. Illustrated.
The Kaufmann Haggadah, 14th Century.

Location: Spain

Facsimile printed in Budapest, Hungary in 1957. Includes 14 full page miniatures, and a decorated text.

27 cm. Illuminated.
The Sarajevo Haggadah. Text by Cecil Roth, 14th Century.

Location: Northern Spain

Facsimile of the Sarajevo Haggadah from the 14th Century in Northern Spain. This reproduction was published in New York in 1966. English introduction by Cecil Roth. The Haggadah consists of 34 full-page miniatures, an illuminated Haggadah text, and hymns and Torah readings for the Passover week. Named because of its location in the Sarajevo Museum.

23 cm. Illustrated.
The Rylands Haggadah : a medieval Sephardi masterpiece in facsimile : an illuminated Passover compendium from mid-14th-Century Catalonia in the collections of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, with a commentary and a cycle of poems / [introduction, notes on the illuminations, transcription, and English translation by Raphael Loewe], 15th Century.

Location: Catalonia

Facsimile was published in New York, 1988. Sephardi text. Commentary by an unidentified author. Introduction in Hebrew and English.

34 cm. Illustrated.
Sefer Ve-higadta le-vanekha : Hagadah shel Pesah be-otyot gedolot `im ... `Aravi : ve-`im kol ha-dinim ha-nitsrakhim be-leshon ha-kodesh uve-leshon `Aravi : ve-nosaf ... Seder u-tikol ke-minhag ... Djerba ... uke-minhag ... Djefotsa ... `im Kidush ha-'arokh minhag Jerba u-piyutim .., 1945-1946.

Location: Djerba, Tunisia

Judaeo-Arabic and Hebrew.

22 cm. Text only.
Sefer Hagadah shel Pesah : ... minhag Djerba ... u-piyut Had gadya ... be-lashon `Aravi, 1950.

Location: Djerba, Tunisia

Judaeo-Arabic and Hebrew.

22 cm. Text only.
[Hagadah ve-seder shel Pesah] = Form of service for the two first nights of the feast of Passover, 1869.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Wine stains throughout.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah ve-seder shel Pesah = Form of service for the first two nights of the feast of Passover / with English translation, 1886.

Location: New York

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah ve-seder shel Pesah = Form of service for the first two nights of the feast of Passover : with English translation, 1889.

Location: New York

Front cover serves as an advertisement for "The Original Felix" Kosher Dining Rooms, a Kosher restaurant and importer of Kosher wines. On the back cover is an advertisement for "The Hebrew Standard, " a weekly Jewish Journal published in New York during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah ve-Seder shel Pesah = form of service for the two first nights of the feast of Passover : with English translation, 190-?.

Location: New York

Distributed by "S.J. Gold, the South's Leading Kosher Delicatessen." Missing from library shelf

15 cm. Illustrated.
Seder hagadah shel Pesah = form of services for the first two nights of Passover, with illustrations / revised and edited by Dr. A. Th. Philips, music by H. A. Russoto, 1912.

Location: New York

22 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = Form of services for the first two nights of Passover, with illustrations / revised and edited by A. Th. Philips, 1912.

Location: New York

Includes a special chapter with music for the Passover service composed, selected and arranged by the Rev. Henry A. Russotto.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : mit zekhzig perushim in `ivri taitsh, 1912.

Location: New York

Commentary by Jacob ben Wolf Kranz (1740?-1804), who is also known as the Dubnow or Dubner Maggid.

23 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah le-lel shemurim : meduyak hetiv, mesudar yafeh u-meturgam anglit = Service for the first two nights of Passover, 1912.

Location: New York

Includes music arranged by Henry A. Russotto.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah mit myuzik noten = Passover Hagadah with music, 1912?.

Location: New York

This Haggadah has a Yiddish cover page, with an English back cover. The text is in both Hebrew and English. At the end of the Haggadah is the music for four songs. The music is signed by Henry A. Russotto, p. [63].

19 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im ha`atakah `ivri taitsh ha-meduveret benenu ve-`im perush u-meshalim meha-Rav ha-m.m. mi-Dubna : `im shev`ah tsiurim yafim ve-na`im, 1916.

Location: New York

Text in Yiddish and Hebrew Commentary by Jacob ben Wolf Kranz (1740?-1804), who is also known as the Dubnow or Dubner Maggid.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Seder service for Passover eve in the home / arranged by Mrs. Philip Cowen, 1918.

Location: New York

U.S. Army issued. National Jewish Welfare Board

19 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Seder service for the first two nights of Passover, with illustrations / revised and edited by Herman Klopper ; music composed, selected and arranged by Henry A. Russoto, 191-?.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. This undated Haggadah was edited by Dr. Herman Klopper and contains original music by Henry A. Russotto.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah be-'otiyot gedolot u-vehirot : mit di dinim vas zainen shaiakh tsu bedikat homets un di sedarim in Idish .., 1921.

Location: New York

Hebrew and Yiddish. From the library of the Yeshiva d'Rambam & T.T., Brooklyn, N.Y., Rabbi Dr. Samuel L. Skolnick, Executive Director, with its stamp.

24 cm. Illustrated.
The Union Haggadah : home service for the Passover / [edited by the Central Conference of American Rabbis], 1923.

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. Includes an essay at the end, "The Passover in history, literature, and art" (p. 123-162).

20 cm. Illustrated.
The Union Haggadah : home service for the Passover / [edited by the Central Conference of American Rabbis], 1923.

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. Includes an essay at the end, "The Passover in history, literature, and art" (p. 123-162).

20 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1926.

Location: New York

Text in Hebrew and Yiddish; ceremonial directions and introduction in Yiddish. Includes a picture of Warsaw (p. 142).

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1928.

Location: New York

New English translation by Judah David Eisenstein. Illustrations by Lola.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah `im tsiyurim = Hagadah / arranged by J. D. Eisenstein ; illustrated by Lola, 1928.

Location: New York

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah le-Bet Ya`akov : `ivrit ve-'idit `im sipurim ve-perushim migdole ha-darshanim u-venam R. Ya`akov mi-Dubna, 1935.

Location: New York

Text in Hebrew and Yiddish. Includes commentaries by noted sages, including Jacob ben Wolf Kranz (1740?-1804), who is also known as the Dubnow or Dubner Maggid.

17 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah (The Cowen Haggadah) = The Seder service for Passover eve in the home / arranged by Mrs. Philip Cowen, 1935.

Location: New York

U.S. Army issued. Distributed by the National Jewish Welfare Board.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah (The Cowen Haggadah) = The Seder service for Passover eve in the home / arranged by Mrs. Philip Cowen, 1935.

Location: New York

U.S. Army issued. Distributed by the National Jewish Welfare Board.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah for Passover = [Hagadah shel Pesah], 1941.

Location: New York

Illustrated by Saul Raskin.

36 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah `im `iturim ve-tsiurim me-et 'Asher Furst, 1941.

Location: New York

Includes an English translation by Abraham Regelson and Illustrations by Sigmund Forst.

32 cm. Illustrated.
The new Haggadah for the Pesah Seder = Hagadah shel Pesah seder hadash / edited by Mordecai M. Kaplan, Eugene Kohn, and Ira Eisenstein for the Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation ; illustrated by Leonard Weisgard, 1942.

Location: New York

Published by the Jewish Reconstructionist movement. Includes a non-traditional text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah of Passover / translated by Maurice Samuel ; with an introduction by Louis Finkelstein ; music arrangements by Moshe Nathanson ; illustrated by Rafaello Busoni, 1942.

Location: New York

23 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Hagadah : with English instructions = Hagadah shel Pesah : metsuyeret `im otyot gedolot ve-`im he`arot be-`ivrit uve-'anglit / higiah Hayyim Mordekai Brekher, 1943.

Location: New York

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1943.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the United Aged Home of Jerusalem.

14 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / edited by David and Tamar de Sola Pool, 1943.

Location: New York

Hebrew and English on facing pages.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : matanah me-et Yeshivah u-Metivta Rabenu Shelomoh Kluger, z.ts.l., 376 Ist Hoysten Strit, Nyu York = Souvenir of the Yeshiva and Mesifta Rabbi Solomon Kluger, 376 East Houston Street, New York, 1944.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Includes musical settings by H.A. Russotto. This Haggadah serves as a fundraising tool for Yeshiva Rabbi Solomon Kluger. A message in Yiddish (front) and English (back) asks for money to help the Yeshiva feed, clothe, educate and medically treat unfortunate children.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Hagadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Nota Koslowsky, 1944.

Location: New York

Haggadah printed as a fundraising tool for a number of Jewish organizations. Requests for donations are found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). Duke owns 7 of these Haggadot (c. 1-7) which allows one to see the variety of covers as well as the different organizations which used this Haggadah for fundraising.

14 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Hagadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Nota Koslowsky, 1944.

Location: New York

Haggadah printed as a fundraising tool for a number of Jewish organizations. Requests for donations are found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover).

14 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / edited by David and Tamar de Sola Pool for members of the armed forces of the United States, 1945.

Location: New York

Published by the National Jewish Welfare Board.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah : service for the first two nights of Passover : with a new translation / by Aaron Dym, 1945.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew.

31 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / Hadpasah meyuhedet me-et Mosad Keren Spero .., 1947.

Location: New York

Published by the Spero Foundation towards their goal of advancing "traditional Judaism through the publication and distribution of Jewish classics, educational literature and allied purposeful philanthopic [sic] activities." "Issued for the Jews of Europe by Agudath Israel Youth Council of America."

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah de Pesaj, illustrada : servicio para las noches del Seder sugun el rito tradicional : traducido al Español moderno con versos poeticos y explanaciones necesarias / traducido por Tibor H. Stern, 1947.

Location: Kansas City, Missouri

Spanish and Hebrew.

23 cm. Illustrated.
A naye Hagode shel Pesah, 1948.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. Includes music for voice and piano.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : `im mavo gadol ve-he`arot shonot u-perush hadash / me'et Shevah Knebel, 1948.

Location: New York

Hebrew with notes in Rashi script. Published by Philipp Feldheim. Listing of other Jewish texts published by Philipp Feldheim at the back.

23 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1949.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Fundraising tool for Yeshivas Ohel Torah. Includes photographs of students studying, playing basketball and playing ping pong on center pages.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Bibliographie der Oster-Haggadah, 1500-1900 / von S. Wiener, 1949.

Location: New York

Bibliography of Haggadot from 1500-1900 Hebrew with some German Includes 3 loose pieces of paper with English handwritten notes about specific Haggadot and the history of the Haggadah.

29 cm. Text only.
Call No. E q#653
Hagadah shel Pesah = Passover Hagadah / translated by Z. Harry Gutstein, 1949.

Location: New York

23 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Hagadah = Hagadah shel Pesah / translated by Z. Harry Gutstein, 1949.

Location: New York

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1949.

Location: New York

Gift of the Yeshiva & Mesifta Toras Chaim of Greater New York. Printed by in honor of the first Passover in the modern State of Israel as a fundraising tool. The request for donations is found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). The illustrations near the end of the Haggadah (pp. 53, 57) connect the text of the seder to the pioneering efforts in the new state of Israel.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1949.

Location: New York

"Exclusively produced as a Gift to the Friends and Supporters of the General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls, Jerusalem, Israel ..."--Cover. Printed in honor of the first Passover by the modern State of Israel as a fundraising tool. The request for donations is found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). The illustrations near the end of the Haggadah (pp. 53, 57) connect the text of the seder to the pioneering efforts in the new state of Israel.

15 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = The Pessach Haggadah / illuminated by Kafra, 1949.

Location: New York

Illuminated in the Medieval style. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

31 cm. Illuminated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = The Haggadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1949.

Location: New York

Supplemental text in Hebrew and English. Includes Israel's Proclamation of Independence in both Hebrew and English. With the traditional songs of the Haggadah composed and arranged by Cantor Joshua S. Weisser.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Passover Haggadah / with a new translation by Saadyah Maximon ; and illustrations by Paul K. Freeman, 1949-1950.

Location: New York

Used as a fundraising tool for the General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah for Passover = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1949-1950.

Location: New York

Used as an advertising tool by Streit's Matzos.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Hagadah = Hagadah Shel Pesah : with English translation, 194-?.

Location: New York

Hebrew and English. Includes some small sketches. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

23 cm. Text only.
The Passover Haggadah. supplemented by one hundred chapters ... arranged and edited by Menachem M. Kasher, 1950.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1950-1951.

Location: New York

Hebrew an Yiddish. Includes photographs and sketches of well-known rabbis as an illustration for the Rabbis from B'nei Barak.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #47
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = The haggadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1951.

Location: New York

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Ma`ase le-melekh ... / mi-ketav yad she-katav ve-tsayar Mosheh b.R. Natan ha-Kohen ... ; ha-perush Ma`ase le-melekh ... / `a.y. Tsevi Ya`akov 'Avraham, 1951.

Location: New York

Includes facsimile of: Seder Hagadah shel Pesah ... / 'Ani Mosheh b.mo.h. Natan ha-Kohen katavti zo't ve-gamarti from 1816.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1951.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. The request for donations is found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). "Exclusively produced as a Gift to the Friends and Supporters of the General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls, Jerusalem, Israel, ..."--Cover. Duke has 3 copies of this Haggadah.

14 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Hagadah : Passover Seder Service, 1951.

Location: New York

Compliments of Maxwell House Coffee and Instant Maxwell House Coffee "Prepared by Joseph Jacobs Jewish Market Organization, New York, N.Y."--Cover. Duke has two of these Haggadot.

14 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Passover Haggadah : for Jewish personnel in the U.S. Armed Forces and Veterans Administration hospitals, 1952.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Uses the illuminated letters from the 1923 edition of the Union Haggadah. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

18 cm. Illustrated.
The Haggadah for children / prepared by Jacob P. Rudin, 1952.

Location: New York

Illustrated by R. Leaf. Includes music arranged by Prof. A.W. Binder.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Korea, 1952, 1952?.

Location: United States

For the use of American Jewish soldiers serving in Korea.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. LSC 3882
The Passover Haggadah / with English translation, introduction, and commentary based on the commentaries of E.D. Goldschmidt ; edited by Nahum N. Glatzer, 1953.

Location: New York

"Translation of the Haggadah text by Jacob Sloan, illustrated with woodcuts from the first illuminated Haggadah, Prague, 1526"--T.p. verso.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah tsum driten seder fun Histadrut kampayn / geshriben fun Avrohom Tverski ; stsenirt un rezsimirt fun Tsevi Skoler ; muzik unter der leytung fun N.L. Zoslovski, 1953.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. "The Hagadah for the Third Seder was written under the impact of the great event in Jewish history which took place six years ago -- the creation of the State of Israel"--P. 4. Mostly an original text with some traditional elements.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Passover Haggadah / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1953.

Location: New York

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Passover Haggadah / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1953.

Location: New York

Cover contains advertisements of the Home of the Sages of Israel. Imperfect copy: P. 3-12, 17-18, 21-24, 27-28 lacking; bottom half of p. 15-16, 33-34, 41-42, 57-64 cut away. Cover contains advertisements of the Home of the Sages of Israel

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, 1953-1954.

Location: New York

Text in English, Hebrew, and Yiddish; introduction in English.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover, 1954.

Location: New York

Hebrew and English.

16 cm. Illustrated.
The model seder / prepared by Harry Nelson and Harry Malin, 1954.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Changes made "to make the seder more meaningful for the children." -- p. 3 Includes photographs of Jewish art and ritual objects.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah / Washington Hebrew Congregation, 1955.

Location: Washington D.C.

Typed on a typewriter and stapled together. "Adapted from Union prayer book" --Leaf [1]

28 cm. Text only.
The Haggadah for children / prepared by Jacob P. Rudin, 1955.

Location: New York

Illustrations by R. Leaf. English and/or Hebrew.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The haggadah of Passover, 1956.

Location: New York

Illustrated by Siegmund Forst. Fundraising tool for the United Charity Institutions of Jerusalem.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah for Passover = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1956-1957.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Published by Borden's as an advertising tool.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah for young people / by Martha Marenof, 1957.

Location: Boston, Massachussetts

Reads from left to right.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah for the American family : ... including a new complete English service with directions ... and Hebrew text / English service written by Martin Berkowitz, 1958.

Location: Merion, Pennsylvania

Martin Berkowitz was the Rabbi of Temple Adath Israel of the Main Line in Merion, Pennsylvania. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

22 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = Passover Haggadah : with explanatory notes and original readings : new translation / compiled and edited by Rabbi Morris Silverman ; designed and illustrated by Ezekiel Schloss, 1959.

Location: Hartford, Connecticut

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Passover Haggadah / a faithful English rendering by A. Regelson ; illustrations by S. Forst, 1959.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. The request for donations is found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). The obviously Zionistic illustrations from earlier editions of the Haggadah (see Haggadah Pam 12 mo #15) are missing from this edition.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel pesah = Passover Haggadah : with explanatory notes and original readings : new translation / compiled and edited by Morris Silverman ; designed and illustrated by Ezekiel Schloss, 1959.

Location: Hartford, Connecticut

English and Hebrew.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Seder lel hitkadesh hag : Hagadah shel Pesah... / ...perush...Avraham Shemu'el Binyamin Sofer... ; midreshe Hazal...ve-likute halakhot...Ya`akov Lisa, 195-?.

Location: New York

Hebrew only. Includes a number of pictures of well-known rabbis on the pages preceding and following the Haggadah text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The book of Passover; Passover in life and literature and Haggadah, 195-?.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Illustrations by Siegmund Forst. Jewish Pocket Books published haggadah which includes a number of essays about "Passover in Life and Literature." Printed as a fundraising tool for Yeshivah Torah Vodaath and Mesifta with a request for money in Yiddish and English.

16 cm. Illustrated.
The first known printed Passover Hagadah / by Gershom Kohen, 1960.

Location: New York

Reprint of Prague, 1527 ed. Photo-copy of Hebrew text with English translation in parallel columns. Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / with a new translation by Saadyah Maximon and illustrations by Paul K. Freeman, 1960.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphans' Home for Girls in Israel.

16 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / with a new translation by Saadyah Maximon and illustrations by Paul K. Freeman, 1960.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Jerusalem General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls.

16 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = From twilight to dawn, the traditional Pessach Hagadah / arranged by Rabbi Shlomo Kahn, 1960.

Location: New York

Text in English and Hebrew on opposite pages; commentary in English.

24 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Passover Haggadah / with a new translation by Saadyah Maximon ; and illustrations by Paul K. Freeman, 1960.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool for the General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls. Duke has three copies of this Haggadah.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah for Passover. Copied and illustrated by Ben Shahn. With a translation, introd., and historical notes by Cecil Roth, 1960.

Location: Boston, Massachussetts

31 cm. Illustrated.
Offenbacher Haggadah, 1960.

Location: Flushing, New York

Hebrew and German.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : first printed edition of a Haggadah from a parchment manuscript of the early eighteenth Century, anno 1731, Hamburg ... / courtesy of New York Public library - Jewish Division, 1961.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. Hebrew introduction with an English summary of the introduction.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah for Passover = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1961-1962.

Location: New York

Printed as an advertising tool for the Streit Matzo Company.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1962.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Arranged by Walter Orenstein for a children's service. Includes explanations for difficult words as well as questions and answers about the laws of Passover.

21 cm. Illustrated.
A Haggadah for our time / edited and arranged by Rose Bernard ; illustrated by Florence Sloat, 1962.

Location: Los Angeles, California

Non-traditional text with music. Intended for children.

14 x 22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : ketav-yad me-osef Baron David Gintsburg ha-nimtsa be-Sifriyah ha-le'umit be-Moskva = The Günzburg Haggadah : first printed edition of an illuminated manuscript from the USSR microfilm collection in the New York University Library of Judaica and Hebraica, 1962.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. Hebrew introduction with an English summary of the introduction. Original from 1725.

23 cm. Illustrated.
The passover haggadah : a new version / by Israel Chodos ; music edited by Carl Urstein ; ill. by Thelma Witmer. Los Angeles : D'ror Press, 1962, 1962.

Location: Los Angeles, California

Original text with traditional elements.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah / translated by Rabbi Z. Harry Gutstein. , 1963.

Location: New York

23 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = The Haggadah of Passover / edited by Rabbi David and Tamar de Sola Pool, 1963.

Location: New York

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Cecil Roth Oxford Haggadah : written in 1753 and subsequently owned by Joseph b. Leizer Speier of Amsterdam. , 1963.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah for the American family : [a complete new Seder service : English service with directions / written by Martin Berkowitz], 1963.

Location: Merion, Pennsylvania

Second printing of the Haggadah for the American Family (1963). Includes the complete traditional Hebrew seder text as well as a shortened Hebrew/English text. Center pages contain an advertisement for Standard Brands Incorporated.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1964.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Printed by General Foods Corporation as an advertisement for their Maxwell House brand of coffee.

21 cm. Illustrated.
The Haggadah : past and present, 1965.

Location: Cincinatti, Ohio

Volume VII of the Journal Studies in Bibliography and Booklore. A number of articles about Haggadot in Hebrew and English.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E #12847
Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah (romanized form)], 1965.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Printed by General Foods Corporation as an advertisement for their Maxwell House brand of coffee.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : ketav yad metsuyar `al Klaf me-Osef Sifriyat Bet ha-nivharim be-Vashington mi-shenat...1470 = The Washington Haggadah : first printed edition of an illuminated manuscript from the Library of Congress.., 1965.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. Preface in English and Hebrew by L. Marwick. Reproduction of the Washington Haggadah from 1470. Original written by Joel ben Simeon. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

14 x 22 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] : a faithful English rendering / by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1966.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool for the Home of the Sages of Israel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah for the American family : English service with directions / written by Martin Berkowitz, 1966.

Location: Miami, Florida

Traditional Hebrew text with a shortened English/Hebrew seder printed in the direction of an English book (left to right). Of special note are the kosher food ads found on the inside covers of the Haggadah as well as the center pages which divide the English from the Hebrew sections. The advertisements found on the center pages are clearly identified as being for foods which, while kosher, are not kosher for Passover.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah mi-tokh mahazor Roma = The Mahzor Roma Haggadah : Bologna, Italy, anno 1540 / from the copy at the New York Public Library, Jewish Division, 1966.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Reproduction of the Mahzor Roma Haggadah. Hebrew text with commentary in Rashi script. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

22 cm. Text only.
[Hagadat Yehude Sin] = The Haggadah of the Chinese Jews : first printed edition from a manuscript of the seventeenth-eighteenth Century C.E. originating in the Jewish colony of K'ai-Feng Fu / with an introduction by Prof. Cecil Roth, 1967.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Hebrew text with an English introduction. Missing Dayyenu and some other traditional elements; includes hymns not found in the traditional text. Incorrect vocalization at times. Ceremonial directions written in the Judeo-Persian language, but using Hebrew characters.

22 cm. Text only.
[Hagadat Yehude Sin] = The Haggadah of the Chinese Jews : first printed edition from a manuscript of the seventeenth-eighteenth Century C.E. originating in the Jewish colony of K'ai-Feng Fu / with an introduction by Prof. Cecil Roth, 1967.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Hebrew text with an English introduction. Missing Dayyenu and some other traditional elements; includes hymns not found in the traditional text. Incorrect vocalization at times. Ceremonial directions written in the Judeo-Persian language, but using Hebrew characters.

22 cm. Text only.
Haggadah and woodcut : an introduction to the Passover Haggadah completed by Gershom Cohen in Prague, Sunday, 26 Teveth, 5287--Dec. 30, 1526 / by Rabbi Charles Wengrov, 1967.

Location: New York

Published to accompany its facsimile edition.

29 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E q#411
Hagadat Bene Yisra'el = The Haggadah of the Bene Israel of India, 1968.

Location: New York

Hebrew and Marathi. Reproduction (partially reduced) of Bombay, 1846 ed.(Yaari no. 656) with added prefatory material by Walter J. Fischel and others. Original was the first Hebrew book printed in India with illustrations.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / translation: A. Regelson ; illustration: S. Forst, 1968.

Location: New York

Haggadah printed by the Carmel wine company. In addition to the traditional seder in both Hebrew and English, this Haggadah contains advertisements for the full line of Carmel wines, liquors and champagnes. At the back of the Haggadah are suggestions for how to serve Carmel€™s different products as well suggestions for Passover cocktails and how to cook with Carmel products.

15 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah : with English translation, introduction, and commentary based on the commentaries of E.D. Goldschmidt / edited by Nahum N. Glatzer, 1969.

Location: New York

Translation of the Haggadah text by Jacob Sloan.

21 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah : with English translation, introduction, and commentary based on the commentaries of E.D. Goldschmidt / edited by Nahum N. Glatzer, 1969.

Location: New York

Translation of the Haggadah text by Jacob Sloan.

21 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah / illustrated by children of the arts and crafts classes of the General Israel Orphan's Home in Jerusalem ; with a guide for the Seder, 196-?.

Location: New York

Published as a fundraising tool for the General Israel Orphan's Home in Jerusalem.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Exhibit : Haggadahs and Passover ceremonial art, April-June, 1970, 1970.

Location: Waltham, Massachussetts

Program for an exhibit of Haggadot and Passover ceremonial art at the American Jewish Historical Society. Introductions by Dr. Cecil Roth and Abram Kanof, M.D. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam #4040
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = An archaeological Passover Haggadah / newly-translated by Cecil Roth ; edited by Beno Rothenberg ; introduction by Michael Avi-Yonah, 1970.

Location: New York

Haggadah contains photographs of the landscape and antiquities of Israel and her neighbors as well as photographs of ornamented utensils used for the Passover Holiday from previous centuries and housed at the Bezalel Jewish National Museum in Jerusalem. The English translation is by Prof. Cecil Roth and the introduction is by Prof. Michael Avi-Yonah. The first Hebrew map, an etching by Abraham bar Yacob, originally printed in the Amsterdam Hagaddah of 1695, on lining papers.

31 cm. Illustrated.
An Israel Haggadah for Passover. Adapted by Meyer Levin, 1970.

Location: New York

"The aim in this Haggadah has been to include the beautiful and unforgettable utterances of tradition in an adaptation that will make the seder more pertinent to many who had come to regard it as rote€" --p. 13. Includes photographs of modern Israeli scenes. Handwritten notes in English throughout c.2.

29 cm. Illustrated.
An Israel Haggadah for Passover / adapted by Meyer Levin, 1970.

Location: New York

Includes music.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The freedom seder; a new Haggadah for Passover, by Arthur I. Waskow, 1970.

Location: New York

The Freedom Seder "was first used on April 4, 1969, the first anniversary of [Dr. Martin Luther] King's death and the third night of Passover by 300 'Jews for Urban Justice' and 100 Christians" -The Shalom Seders, pg. 8.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Tel Aviv Haggadah : first printed edition of an 18th Century illuminated handwritten Haggadah with an abridged version of Don Isaac Abarbanel's Commentary, 1771 .., 1971.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. Preface signed by Tovia Preschel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Tel Aviv Haggadah : first printed edition of an 18th Century illuminated handwritten Haggadah with an abridged version of Don Isaac Abarbanel's Commentary, 1771 .., 1971.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. Preface signed by Tovia Preschel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
The new model Seder / edited by Rabbi Sidney Greenberg and S. Allan Sugarman, 1971.

Location: Bridgeport, Connecticut

Includes supplementary English readings, including Dr. Martin Luther King's, "I Have a Dream" speech.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Tel Aviv Haggadah : first printed edition of an 18th Century illuminated handwritten Haggadah with an abridged version of Don Isaac Abarbanel's Commentary, 1771 .., 1971.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. Preface signed by Tovia Preschel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Let my people go : a Haggadah. / illustrated by Mark Podwal ; introduction by Theodore Bikel, 1972.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Signed by the author. Hebrew and English text; reads from left to right. Illustrations are based on the plight of Soviet Jews.

29 cm. Illustrated.
A feast of history; Passover through the ages as a key to Jewish experience. With a new translation of the Haggadah for use at the Seder. [Photos. by David Harris], 1972.

Location: New York

Text of Hagadah (p. 158-250) in Hebrew and English. Includes 157 pages on the history of Passover and the Haggadah.

25 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover meal; a ritual for Christian homes, 1972.

Location: New York

English only.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah bi-leshon ha-kodesh u-fitrono bi-leshon Italyano = The Venice Haggadah with Judeo-Italian translation, Venice 1609, 1973.

Location: New York

Hebrew with Judeo-Italian translation. Original edition prepared by Leone da Modena. Introd. in English and Hebrew by T. Preschel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Let my people go : a Haggadah / Illustrated by Mark Podwal. Foreword by Abba Eban. Introd. by Theodore Bikel, 1973.

Location: New York

29 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam f#897
A Passover Haggadah; the new Union Haggadah edited by Herbert Bronstein for the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Drawings by Leonard Baskin, 1974.

Location: New York

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. "Combines the traditional seder service - in both Hebrew and English - with commentary written throughout Jewish history." -Inside flap of dust jacket.

37 cm. Illustrated.
Polychrome historical Haggadah for Passover = [Hagadah "Me'ir `enayim"] / with a commentary, interpretative translation, introduction, notes, references, and bibliography, by Jacob Freedman, D.D. ; and illustrations in color from rare medieval Haggadah manuscripts, 1974.

Location: Springfield, Massachussetts

Text is colored according to when it was written. Bookmark, with keys to colors and symbols, inserted. Bibliography: p. 129-130.

29 cm. Illustrated.
A Passover Haggadah / drawings by Leonard Baskin ; Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1974.

Location: New York

"The New Union Haggadah prepared by the Central Conference of American Rabbis." -- Cover. Hebrew and/or English. Unacc. melodies (Hebrew text romanized): p. 97-122.

26 cm. Illustrated.
A Passover Haggadah; the new Union Haggadah edited by Herbert Bronstein for the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Drawings by Leonard Baskin, 1974.

Location: New York

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. "Combines the traditional seder service - in both Hebrew and English - with commentary written throughout Jewish history." -Inside flap of dust jacket.

37 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah and history : a panorama in facsimile of five centuries of the printed Haggadah from the collections of Harvard University and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America / by Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi, 1975.

Location: Philadelphia

History of the printed Haggadah with illustrations and descriptions of a representative selection.

Illustrated .
Call No. E q#1084
A Passover Haggadah : the new Union Haggadah / edited by Herbert Bronstein ; drawings by Leonard Baskin, 1975.

Location: New York

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. Includes music.

26 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah : with a modern translation, explanatory notes, historical background, and new readings / compiled and edited by Rabbi Morris Silverman ; designed and illustrated by Ezekiel Schloss, 1975.

Location: Bridgeport, Connecticut

Traditional text with contemporary readings for Russian Jewry, in memory of the Holocaust, etc.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Kittsee Haggadah : first printed edition of an 18th Century illuminated handwritten Haggadah, 1782 .., 1975.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. A reproductin of the The Kittsee Haggadah of 1782 for fundraising purposes.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Haggadah of Passover / illustrations by Parenzo ; text edited by Rabbi David and Tamar de Sola Pool, 1975.

Location: New Jersey

25 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah and history : a panorama in facsimile of five centuries of the printed Haggadah from the collections of Harvard University and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America / by Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi, 1975.

Location: Philadelphia

History of the printed Haggadah with illustrations and descriptions of a representative selection.

Illustrated .
Hagadah seder shel Pesah = The Fuerth haggadah, 1976.

Location: New York

Text in Judeo-German. Introduction in English and Hebrew by Tovia Preschel. Facsimile reproduction of the Fuerth haggadah, published in 1741.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Birnbaum Haggadah / [translation and commentary by] Philip Birnbaum. , 1976.

Location: New York

Text in English and Hebrew.

24 cm. Illustrated.
A Christian Seder / by James G. Emerson, Jr, 1976.

Location: Denver, Colorado

English only.

23 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Leipnik-Rosenthaliana Haggadah, 1977.

Location: New York

Reprint, with a new introduction in Hebrew and English. Originally published: Altona, 1738.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Vienna Haggadah, 1978.

Location: New York

"Written and illustrated in Vienna in the year 1751 by Aaron Schreiber Herlingen"--Introd. Reprint, with a new introduction in Hebrew and English.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Haggadah treasury = [Hagadah shel Pesah] : a Seder companion with insights and interpretations for inspiration and retelling / edited by Rabbi Nosson Scherman, 1978.

Location: New York

Text in English and Hebrew on opposite pages; commentary in English. Includes Halachic requirements for the amounts of ritual foods and beverages according to Harav David Feinstein.

23 cm. Text only.
The Passover Haggadah / edited by David Jay Derovan and Moshe Berliner ; illustrated by Daniel Derovan, 1978.

Location: Los Angeles

Includes a chapter on the laws of Passover, prepared by Eliezer Diamond.

28 cm. Text only.
Seder ha-Hagadah shel Pesah : `im tsiyurim = The Trieste Haggadah of 1864 / hugah be-`iyun ... me-et Avraham Hai Morpurgo ; [with introduction by Tovia Preschel ; pref. by Munish Weintraub], 1979.

Location: New York

Reproductin of Seder ha-Hagadah shel Pesah. Tri'esti : Be-vet defus Y. Kohen, 5624 [1864].

21 cm. Illustrated.
The humanist Haggadah / [Sherwin T. Wine.], 1979.

Location: Michigan

Published by the Society for Humanistic Judaism. Non-traditional English text with Hebrew songs. Includes music arranged by Dorian Samuels for each song.

26 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah ... = the Hamburg-Amsterdam Haggadah of 1728, 1980.

Location: New York

Introductions in English and Hebrew. Manuscript, based on printed Amsterdam Haggadah of 1695, written and illustrated by Ya'akov ben Yehuda Leib of Berlin, p. [1]. Includes the commentary of Isaac Abravenel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
[Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im perush yafeh ve-tsiyurim na'i. meha-otot veha-moftim she-`asah ha-K. b.h. la-avotenu] = The Hamburg-Amsterdam Haggadah of 1728, 1980.

Location: New York

Text in Hebrew; rubrics in Hebrew, Ladino, and Yiddish; introduction in English. Facsimile of the Hamburg-Amsterdam Haggadah, 1728, written by Ya`akov Sofer ben Yehuda Leyb, and held by the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana.

21 cm. Illustrated.
The family Seder : a traditional Passover Haggadah for the modern home / Prepared by Alfred J. Kolatch, 1980.

Location: New York

Traditional Hebrew text with English translation and additional English readings.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover celebration : a Haggadah for the Seder / edited by Leon Klenicki ; introduction by Gabe Huck, 1980.

Location: Chicago, Illinois

Original English text. Includes music.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Amsterdam Haggadah of 1662, 1981.

Location: New York

Reprint, with a new introduction in English. Originally published: Amsterdam, 1662.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Amsterdam Haggadah of 1662, 1981.

Location: New York

With introduction in English and Hebrew by M. I. Friedman. Reprint of the original which was published in Amsterdam, 1695.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / edited by Rachel Anne Rabinowicz ; illustrated by Dan Reisinger, 1982.

Location: New York

Standard Haggadah of the Conservative movement in the United States. This paperback haggadah includes colorful modern illustrations on most pages as well as marginal commentaries on every page.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E #17469
The family Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / translation and introduction by Nosson Scherman ; marginal notes by Avie Gold, 1982.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew Artscroll Mesorah series.

23 cm. Text only.
Call No. E Pam #6073
Passover Haggadah : the feast of freedom = [Hagadah shel Pesa.h] / edited by Rachel Anne Rabinowicz ; illustrated by Dan Reisinger, 1982.

Location: New York

Published by the Conservative Rabbinical Assembly.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah : the feast of freedom = [Hagadah shel Pesa.h] / edited by Rachel Anne Rabinowicz ; illustrated by Dan Reisinger, 1982.

Location: New York

Published by the Conservative Rabbinical Assembly.

24 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = Gates of freedom : a Passover Haggadah / [edited] by Chaim Stern ; visual interpretations by Todd Siler ; introduction by Eugene B. Borowitz, 1982.

Location: Bedford, New York

Reform Judaism.

26 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Hagadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / Dov ben Khayyim, editor, 1983.

Location: California

English and Hebrew. Egalitarian English text with the traditional Hebrew text, as well as alternative feminine versions of Hebrew passages which traditionally address God using the masculine form.

24 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah : with a traditional and contemporary commentary = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / by Shlomo Riskin, 1983.

Location: New York

23 cm. Text only.
The Passover Haggadah : with a traditional and contemporary commentary = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / by Shlomo Riskin, 1983.

Location: New York

23 cm. Text only.
The shalom seders : three Haggadahs / compiled by New Jewish Agenda ; introduction by Arthur Waskow ; preface by Grace Paley, 1984.

Location: New York

The Rainbow Seder "was first used on April 4, 1969, the first anniversary of [Dr. Martin Luther] King's death and the third night of Passover by 300 'Jews for Urban Justice' and 100 Christians" -pg. 8. "The Seder of the Children of Abraham" deals with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. "A Haggadah of Liberation" deals with women's issues.

26 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Seder : ritual and menu for an observance by Christians, 1984.

Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota

28 cm. Illustrated.
Passover seder for christian families / Sam Mackintosh, 1984.

Location: San Jose, California

21 cm. Text only.
Haggada : Yeshiva University / compiled and edited by Steven F. Cohen, Kenneth Brander, 1985.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Published by the Student Organization of Yeshiva Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary. Includes essays about Passover, the seder, and the Haggadah by various educators affiliated with Yeshiva University.

25 cm. Text only.
Call No. E #18488
The Passover Seder : pathways through the Haggadah / arranged by Arthur Gilbert ; illustrated by Ezekiel Schloss, Uri Shulevitz, 1985.

Location: New Jersey

Mostly English with some Hebrew. Includes additional readings and "Passover music" (melodies, part with words in English, part in Hebrew transliterated).

25 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam #6628
Haggadah for the liberated lamb / [text editor, Roberta Kalechofsky ; original text, by Roberta Kalechofsky], 1985.

Location: Marblehead, Massachussetts

Haggadah and manifesto for vegetarians. An introduction, in Hebrew and English, explains vegetarianism in light of Jewish sources and offers a new interpretation of the Passover holiday. The text is original and emphasizes the coexistence of the human and animal worlds, while still maintaining a number of elements from the traditional Haggadah. Vegetarian recipes are found at the beginning to assist in creating a vegetarian Seder.

26 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah / compiled by Morris Silverman with contemporary readings, historical commentary, explanatory notes, and concise instructions, 1986.

Location: Bridgeport, Connecticut

English and Hebrew. Illustrated by Ezekiel Schloss.

26 cm. Illustrated.
San Diego women's Haggadah, 1986.

Location: San Diego

Published by the Woman's Institute for Continuing Jewish Education. Intended to be used for a "women's seder" on the 7th night of Passover. Includes an original English text which, for example, substitutes the four sons with the four daughters.

21 cm. Illustrated.
A seder of the sisters of Sarah : a Holy Thursday and Passover feminist liturgy / created by Ronnie Levin and Diann Neu. Silver Spring, Md. : Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual, c1986, 1986.

Location: Silver Spring, Maryland

Original English text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The new annotated Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] : with an introduction, new English translation, expository notes, biblical and rabbinic sources, and instructions for the conduct of the Seder / by Nathan Goldberg, 1987.

Location: New York

Text in English and Hebrew; rubrics in English.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam #6621
The tree [picture] , 1987.

Location: Rochester, New York

One page from the the Moss Haggadah, by David Moss. This page contains in its micrographic border, the entire text of the Haggadah in Hebrew. Duke also owns two versions of the complete Moss Haggadah: Haggadah f#12 and Haggadah f#26.

49 x 34 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam ff#16
A song of David : a limited edition facsimile of the Moss Haggadah / [David Moss], 1987.

Location: Rochester, New York

Text in Hebrew; companion volume about the Moss Haggadah is in Hebrew and English. Artistically it includes: calligraphy, micrography, gouaches, gold leaf, acrylics and paper cuts. Moss reproduces the crafts and style of the medieval scribe with modern innovation designed to bring the story of the Exodus up to the present time and to connect it to present-day Jews and to the founding of the state of Israel.

46 cm. Illuminated.
Chagall's Passover Haggadah / illustrated by Marc Chagall, 1987.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew.

32 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah : legends and customs / interpreted by Manachem Hacohen ; drawings & design by Haim Ron, 1987.

Location: New York

Haggadah contains the traditional text in Hebrew with an English interpretation by Rabbi Menachem Hacohen. Includes select quotations from the writings of famous rabbis.

31 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah for the liberated lamb / [text editor, Roberta Kalechofsky ; original text, by Roberta Kalechofsky], 1988.

Location: Boston, Massachussetts

Haggadah and manifesto for vegetarians. An introduction, in Hebrew and English, explains vegetarianism in light of Jewish sources and offers a new interpretation of the Passover holiday. The text is original and emphasizes the coexistence of the human and animal worlds, while still maintaining a number of elements from the traditional Haggadah. Vegetarian recipes are found at the beginning to assist in creating a vegetarian Seder.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E #18543
Passover/Haggadah. , 1989.

Location: New York

Published by General Foods Corp. as an advertisement for their Maxwell House Coffee brand.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam #6620
Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah / brought to you by the coffees of Maxwell House, 1989.

Location: United States

Published by General Foods Corp. as an advertisement for their Maxwell House Coffee brand.

22 cm. Illustrated.
On wings of freedom : the Hillel Haggadah for the nights of Passover / edited and translated by Richard N. Levy, 1989.

Location: Hoboken, NJ

"...designed to serve nearly every sector of American Judaism, and contains virtually the entire traditional Haggadah text ..."" -- Cover p. [4].

24 cm. Text only.
The kol dodi Haggadah : the complete Passover Haggadah with translation and the laws of the seder / by David Feinstein, 1990.

Location: New York

Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

24 cm.
Abarbanel Haggadah : the Passover Haggadah with the commentary of Don Isaac Abarbanel / abridged and translated by Yisrael Isser Zvi Herczeg ; edited by Shlomo Fox, 1990.

Location: New York

24 cm. Text only.
Haggadah of the chassidic masters / by Shalom Meir Wallach, 1990.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew.

24 cm. Text only.
The Sinai Hagadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah, mekorah u-feshatah] / with a new translation and commentary based on Talmudic, midrashic and rabbinic sources by J. H. Sinason ; including a detailed guide to the laws and customs of the Seder by A. Weiss, 1990.

Location: Spring Valley, NY

Hebrew text with English translation and commentary ; source references and added material in Hebrew.

22 cm. Text only.
The Moss Haggadah : a complete reproduction of the Haggadah written and illuminated by David Moss for Richard and Beatrice Levy, with the commentary of the artist, 1990.

Location: Rochester, New York

Text of the Haggadah in Hebrew; commentary in English. Accompanied by: The Passover Haggadah : an English translation to accompany the Moss Haggadah; and a paper-cut print of "The bird cage" from the original work.

36 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : bi-leshon ha-kodesh uvi-leshon Italyano = The Venice Haggadah, 1716 : with Judeo-Italian translation, 1991.

Location: New York

Hebrew and Judeo-Italian; introd. by Tovia Preschel in Hebrew and English. Published as a fundraising tool for the Diskin Orphan Home of Israel. Originally published in Venice by A. Bragadin, 1715-1716.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1991.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Published by Kraft General Foods as an advertisement for their Maxwell House brand of coffee.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The commentators' seder = [Hagadah shel Pesah] : a companion volume to the Commentators' haggadah, including additional inspiring halachic insights and homilies / Yitzchak Sender, 1992.

Location: Chicago

Haggadah text in Hebrew with English translation and commentary.

24 cm. Text only.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = A Passover haggadah / as commented upon by Elie Wiesel and illustrated by Mark Podwal ; English commentaries edited by Marion Wiesel, 1993.

Location: New York

23 cm. Illustrated.
The concise family Seder / prepared by Alfred J. Kolatch, 1993.

Location: Middle Village, N.Y.

English and Hebrew.

21 cm. Illustrated.
A feast of history; Passover through the ages as a key to Jewish experience. With a new translation of the Haggadah for use at the Seder. [Photos. by David Harris], 1993.

Location: New York

Text of Hagadah (p. 158-250) in Hebrew and English. Includes 157 pages on the history of Passover and the Haggadah.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Collector's Haggadah catalogue, 1695-present, 1994.

Location: California

Catalogue of Haggadot from 1695-1993 for collectors. All of the haggadot listed in the catalogue include short descriptions and were (in 1994) for sale by Irvin Ungar Historicana, a rare books dealer in California. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

28 cm. Illustrated.
The open tomb : a new approach, Mark's Passover Haggadah ([ca.] 72 C.E.) / Karel Hanhart, 1995.

Location: Collegeville, Minnesota

Missing from shelves.

24 cm. Illustrated.
The scholar's Haggadah : Ashkenazic, Sephardic, and Oriental versions / with a historical-literary commentary by Heinrich Guggenheimer, 1995.

Location: Northvale, New Jersey

Includes bibliographical references (p. 399-409) and indexes. Hebrew text accompanied by English translation.

24 cm. Text only.
[Hagadah shel Pesah, mi-shi`bud li-ge'ulah] = From bondage to freedom : the Passover Haggadah : with a commentary illuminating the liberation of the spirit / by Abraham J. Twerski, with Hirsh Michel Chinn and Benzion Twerski, 1995.

Location: Brooklyn, New York

25 cm. Text only.
The Peninim Haggadah = [Peninim Hagadah shel Pesah] : Haggadah text with English translation, thought-provoking insights and an informative question & answer section / by A. L. Scheinbaum, 1997.

Location: Cleveland Heights, Ohio

Text in Hebrew and English ; commentary in English.

24 cm. Text only.
Haggadah : a celebration of freedom / by Martha Shelley ; with Hebrew translations by Ilana Brody, 1997.

Location: San Francisco, California

Women's Haggadah. An original English text with some Hebrew.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Lel she'elot : hagadah shel Pesah = A night of questions : a Passover haggadah / edited by Rabbi Joy Levitt, Rabbi Michael Strassfeld ; illustrated by Jeffrey Schrier, 2000.

Location: Elkins Park, Pennsylvania

Published by the Reconstructionist Press. Includes a cassette.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. LSC 101
Lel she'elot : hagadah shel Pesah = A night of questions : a Passover haggadah / edited by Rabbi Joy Levitt, Rabbi Michael Strassfeld ; illustrated by Jeffrey Schrier, 2000.

Location: Elkins Park, Pennsylvania

Published by the Reconstructionist Press. Includes a cassette.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Let my people go : insights to Passover and the Haggadah / Jeffrey M. Cohen, 2002.

Location: Northvale, New Jersey

Not a Haggadah. Twenty short essays on Passover.

23 cm. Text only.
A haggadah for the second seder / adapted by the Kanof family, 199-?.

Location: Pittsboro, N.C.

Written by the Kanof family. "The purpose of this Haggadah is to simplify the second seder and to present fresh and stimulating ideas." In Hebrew and/or English.

22 cm. Illustrated.

Subdivided by the specific purpose for which each Haggadah was written, then arranged by date, then alphabetically. Most of the Haggadot were created for use at a Passover seder and thus are organized into the General Subseries. These Haggadot are generally traditional in content and are meant to be used by anyone. Other purpose subseries include Advertising, Children, Christian, Denominations (of Judaism), Facsimiles, Fundraising, Kibbutz, Parody, and Resource.

[NOTE: Library call numbers for individual Haggadah are listed at the left (e.g., Haggadah Pam #106). All call numbers are actively linked directly to their individual records in the Duke University Libraries' Online Catalog. Bibliographic information for each Haggadah has been taken directly from the Online Catalog and thus includes some non-standard punctuation.]

Printed as marketing tools for specific companies and products. Includes the well-known Maxwell House editions (Haggadah Pam 12mo #28, Haggadah Pam #36, Haggadah Pam #54, E Pam 12mo #9683, E Pam #6620, Haggadah Pam 12mo #63).

Hagadah ve-seder shel Pesah = Form of service for the first two nights of the feast of Passover : with English translation, 1889.

Location: New York

Front cover serves as an advertisement for "The Original Felix" Kosher Dining Rooms, a Kosher restaurant and importer of Kosher wines. On the back cover is an advertisement for "The Hebrew Standard," a weekly Jewish Journal published in New York during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah ve-Seder shel Pesah = form of service for the two first nights of the feast of Passover : with English translation, 190-?.

Location: New York

Distributed by "S.J. Gold, the South's Leading Kosher Delicatessen." Missing from library shelf.

15 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah for Passover = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1949-1950.

Location: New York

Used as an advertising tool by Streit's Matzos.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Hagadah : Passover Seder Service, 1951.

Location: New York

Compliments of Maxwell House Coffee and Instant Maxwell House Coffee "Prepared by Joseph Jacobs Jewish Market Organization, New York, N.Y."--Cover. Duke has two of these Haggadot.

14 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah for Passover = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1956-1957.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Published by Borden's as an advertising tool.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 195-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Illustrated by Ze'ev. This Haggadah was an insert in the Maariv [Israeli] newspaper.

18 x 25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah for Passover = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1961-1962.

Location: New York

Printed as an advertising tool for the Streit Matzo Company.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1964.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Printed by General Foods Corporation as an advertisement for their Maxwell House brand of coffee.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah (romanized form)] , 1965.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Printed by General Foods Corporation as an advertisement for their Maxwell House brand of coffee.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah for the American family : English service with directions / written by Martin Berkowitz, 1966.

Location: Miami, Florida

Traditional Hebrew text with a shortened English/Hebrew seder printed in the direction of an English book (left to right). Of special note are the kosher food ads found on the inside covers of the Haggadah as well as the center pages which divide the English from the Hebrew sections. The advertisements found on the center pages are clearly identified as being for foods which, while kosher, are not kosher for Passover.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / translation: A. Regelson ; illustration: S. Forst, 1968.

Location: New York

Haggadah printed by the Carmel wine company. In addition to the traditional seder in both Hebrew and English, this Haggadah contains advertisements for the full line of Carmel wines, liquors and champagnes. At the back of the Haggadah are suggestions for how to serve Carmel's different products as well suggestions for Passover cocktails and how to cook with Carmel products.

15 cm. Illustrated.
Seder lel Pesah, 196-?.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew only. Published by Eliez Winecellars as an advertising tool for their brand of wines. Different advertisements for their wines appear throughout at the bottom pages.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Passover/Haggadah. , 1989.

Location: New York

Published by General Foods Corp. as an advertisement for their Maxwell House Coffee brand.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam #6620
Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah / brought to you by the coffees of Maxwell House, 1989.

Location: United States

Published by General Foods Corp. as an advertisement for their Maxwell House Coffee brand.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1991.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Published by Kraft General Foods as an advertisement for their Maxwell House brand of coffee.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The concise family Seder / prepared by Alfred J. Kolatch, 1993.

Location: Middle Village, N.Y.

English and Hebrew.

21 cm. Illustrated.

Created specifically for children.

Hagadah shel Pesah , 1942-1943.

Location: Kibbutz Ein Harod, Israel

Non-Traditional text with traditional elements. Handwritten and typed; mimeographed.

27 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah li-yeladim] = The children's Haggadah / edited by Dr. A.M. Silbermann ; illustrated by Ersin Singer ; with a new translation in prose and verse by Mr. Isidore Wartski ... and Rev. Arthur Saul Super M.A. ; and with a selection of Seder melodies, 1948.

Location: London

Several illustrations have movable parts. Includes songs for voices.

30 cm. Illustrated.
The Haggadah for children / prepared by Jacob P. Rudin, 1952.

Location: New York

Illustrated by R. Leaf. Includes music arranged by Prof. A.W. Binder.

19 cm. Illustrated.
The model seder / prepared by Harry Nelson and Harry Malin, 1954.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Changes made "to make the seder more meaningful for the children."-- p. 3 Includes photographs of Jewish art and ritual objects.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1955.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

English and Hebrew. Includes a special section for children.

28 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah for young people / by Martha Marenof, 1957.

Location: Boston, Massachussetts

Reads from left to right.

22 cm. Illustrated.
A Haggadah for our time / edited and arranged by Rose Bernard ; illustrated by Florence Sloat, 1962.

Location: Los Angeles, California

Non-traditional text with music. Intended for children.

14 x 22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1962.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Arranged by Walter Orenstein for a children's service. Includes explanations for difficult words as well as questions and answers about the laws of Passover.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah li-yeladim = The children's Haggadah / edited by A.M. Silbermann ; illustrated by Erwin Singer ; with a new translation in prose and verse by Isidore Wartski and Arthur Saul Super ; and with a selection of Seder melodies, 1963.

Location: London

Several illustrations have movable parts. Includes songs for voices, chiefly unaccompanied.

30 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah li-yeladim = The children's Haggadah / edited by A.M. Silbermann ; illustrated by Erwin Singer with a new translation in prose and verse by Isidore Wartski and Rev. Saul Super, 1972.

Location: London

English and Hebrew. Some ill. have movable parts.

29 cm. Illustrated.
The animated Haggadah [videorecording] , 1985.

Location: London

Produced by Scopus Films (London) Ltd. ; animation by Rony Oren. VHS format. Uses clay animation to tell the story of Children of Israel's liberation from slavery, Pharaoh's court, the burning bush, and the ten plagues.

Video
Call No. VC 5324
Hagadah shel Leningrad = The Leningrad children's Haggadah = Leningradskaia agada / preface by Adin Steinzaltz ; editor in chief I. Dvorkin, 1993.

Location: St. Petersburg, Russia

Haggadah text in Hebrew and Russian; prefatory matter in Russian and English. llustrated by children at a Leningrad Jewish school.

21 cm. Illustrated.
A haggadah for the second seder / adapted by the Kanof family, 199-?.

Location: Pittsboro, N.C.

Written by the Kanof family. "The purpose of this Haggadah is to simplify the second seder and to present fresh and stimulating ideas." In Hebrew and/or English.

22 cm. Illustrated.

Reflect Christian's interest in conducting their own Passover seders. All date from the late 20th century.

The Gospel of Mark: the new Christian Jewish Passover Haggadah, 1965.

Location: Leiden, Netherlands

25 cm. Text only.
The Passover meal; a ritual for Christian homes , 1972.

Location: New York

English only.

17 cm. Illustrated.
A Christian Seder / by James G. Emerson, Jr, 1976.

Location: Denver, Colorado

English only.

23 cm. Text only.
Passover Seder : ritual and menu for an observance by Christians, 1984.

Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota

28 cm. Illustrated.
Passover seder for christian families / Sam Mackintosh, 1984.

Location: San Jose, California

21 cm. Text only.
The open tomb : a new approach, Mark's Passover Haggadah ([ca.] 72 C.E.) / Karel Hanhart, 1995.

Location: Collegeville, Minnesota

Missing from shelves.

24 cm. Illustrated.

Created specifically for a particular denomination of Judaism, including Reform Judaism (Haggadah #24), Sephardic Judaism (Haggadah #70), and Conservative Judaism (E #17469). Also includes Haggadot geared towards types of people who also happen to be Jews, such as the Haggadah for Lesbians (Divinity -- 296.45371 S589, L727, 1999) and a Haggadah for Vegetarians (E #18543).

Seder Hagadah shel Pesah , 1757-1758.

Denomination: Sephardic .

Location: Venice, Italy

Ladino and Hebrew. Includes the evening service for the first days of Passover.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Sefer hamon hogeg , 1793-1794.

Denomination: Sephardic .

Location: Livorno, Italy

Ladino and Hebrew. Signed on title page by David b. Raphael Mendola. Wine stains throughout.

24 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah , 1795-1796.

Denomination: Sephardic .

Location: Pisa, Italy

Hebrew and Spanish; Spanish is in Hebrew script. Wine stains throughout.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #1
Seder agadah shel Pesah , 1805-1806.

Denomination: Sephardic .

Location: Venice, Italy

Ladino (in Rashi script) and Hebrew.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Seder ha-hagadah shel Pesah , 1864.

Denomination: Conservative .

Location: Trieste, Italy

Wine stains throughout.

32 cm. Illustrated.
The Union Haggadah : home service for the Passover / [edited by the Central Conference of American Rabbis], 1923.

Denomination: Reform .

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. Includes an essay at the end, "The Passover in history, literature, and art" (p. 123-162).

20 cm. Illustrated.
The new Haggadah for the Pesah Seder = Hagadah shel Pesah seder hadash / edited by Mordecai M. Kaplan, Eugene Kohn, and Ira Eisenstein for the Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation ; illustrated by Leonard Weisgard, 1942.

Denomination: Reconstructionist .

Location: New York

Published by the Jewish Reconstructionist movement. Includes a non-traditional text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Samaritan Haggada and Pessah Passover: Zevah korban ha-Pesah , 1958.

Denomination: Samaritan .

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Contains the Samaritan ceremony for the Passover sacrifice. Text is written in the Paleo-Hebrew script still used by the Samaritan community, as well as the square Hebrew script.

24 cm. Text only.
The freedom seder; a new Haggadah for Passover, by Arthur I. Waskow, 1970.

Location: New York

Freedom Seder "was first used on April 4, 1969, the first anniversary of [Dr. Martin Luther] King's death and the third night of Passover by 300 €˜Jews for Urban Justice' and 100 Christians" -The Shalom Seders, pg. 8.

19 cm. Illustrated.
A Passover Haggadah; the new Union Haggadah edited by Herbert Bronstein for the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Drawings by Leonard Baskin, 1974.

Denomination: Reform .

Location: New York

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. "Combines the traditional seder service - in both Hebrew and English - with commentary written throughout Jewish history." -Inside flap of dust jacket.

37 cm. Illustrated.
A Passover Haggadah; the new Union Haggadah edited by Herbert Bronstein for the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Drawings by Leonard Baskin, 1974.

Denomination: Reform .

Location: New York

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. "Combines the traditional seder service - in both Hebrew and English - with commentary written throughout Jewish history." -Inside flap of dust jacket.

37 cm. Illustrated.
A Passover Haggadah : the new Union Haggadah / edited by Herbert Bronstein ; drawings by Leonard Baskin, 1975.

Denomination: Reform .

Location: New York

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. Includes music.

26 cm. Illustrated.
The humanist Haggadah / [Sherwin T. Wine.] , 1979.

Denomination: Humanistic Judaism .

Location: Michigan

Published by the Society for Humanistic Judaism. Non-traditional English text with Hebrew songs. Includes music arranged by Dorian Samuels for each song.

26 cm. Text only.
Passover Haggadah : the feast of freedom = [Hagadah shel Pesa.h] / edited by Rachel Anne Rabinowicz ; illustrated by Dan Reisinger, 1982.

Denomination: Reform .

Location: New York

Published by the Conservative Rabbinical Assembly.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah : the feast of freedom = [Hagadah shel Pesa.h] / edited by Rachel Anne Rabinowicz ; illustrated by Dan Reisinger, 1982.

Denomination: Conservative .

Location: New York

Published by the Conservative Rabbinical Assembly.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / edited by Rachel Anne Rabinowicz ; illustrated by Dan Reisinger, 1982.

Denomination: Conservative .

Location: New York

Standard Haggadah of the Conservative movement in the United States. This paperback haggadah includes colorful modern illustrations on most pages as well as marginal commentaries on every page.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E #17469
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = Gates of freedom : a Passover Haggadah / [edited] by Chaim Stern ; visual interpretations by Todd Siler ; introduction by Eugene B. Borowitz, 1982.

Denomination: Reform .

Location: Bedford, New York

Reform Judaism.

26 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Hagadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / Dov ben Khayyim, editor, 1983.

Denomination: Egalitarian .

Location: California

English and Hebrew. Egalitarian English text with the traditional Hebrew text, as well as alternative feminine versions of Hebrew passages which traditionally address God using the masculine form.

24 cm. Illustrated.
The shalom seders : three Haggadahs / compiled by New Jewish Agenda ; introduction by Arthur Waskow ; preface by Grace Paley, 1984.

Denomination: New Jewish Agenda .

Location: New York

Rainbow Seder "was first used on April 4, 1969, the first anniversary of [Dr. Martin Luther] King's death and the third night of Passover by 300 €˜Jews for Urban Justice' and 100 Christians" -pg. 8. "The Seder of the Children of Abraham" deals with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. "A Haggadah of Liberation" deals with women's issues.

26 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah for the liberated lamb / [text editor, Roberta Kalechofsky ; original text, by Roberta Kalechofsky], 1985.

Denomination: Vegetarianism .

Location: Marblehead, Massachussetts

Haggadah and manifesto for vegetarians. An introduction, in Hebrew and English, explains vegetarianism in light of Jewish sources and offers a new interpretation of the Passover holiday. The text is original and emphasizes the coexistence of the human and animal worlds, while still maintaining a number of elements from the traditional Haggadah. Vegetarian recipes are found at the beginning to assist in creating a vegetarian Seder.

26 cm. Illustrated.
San Diego women's Haggadah, 1986.

Denomination: Women .

Location: San Diego

Published by the Woman's Institute for Continuing Jewish Education. Intended to be used for a " women's seder" on the 7th night of Passover. Includes an original English text which, for example, substitutes the four sons with the four daughters.

21 cm. Illustrated.
A seder of the sisters of Sarah : a Holy Thursday and Passover feminist liturgy / created by Ronnie Levin and Diann Neu. Silver Spring, Md. : Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual, c1986, 1986.

Denomination: Feminism .

Location: Silver Spring, Maryland

Original English text.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah for the liberated lamb / [text editor, Roberta Kalechofsky ; original text, by Roberta Kalechofsky], 1988.

Denomination: Vegetarianism .

Location: Boston, Massachussetts

Haggadah and manifesto for vegetarians. An introduction, in Hebrew and English, explains vegetarianism in light of Jewish sources and offers a new interpretation of the Passover holiday. The text is original and emphasizes the coexistence of the human and animal worlds, while still maintaining a number of elements from the traditional Haggadah. Vegetarian recipes are found at the beginning to assist in creating a vegetarian Seder.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E #18543
[Hagadah shel Pesah : lefi minhage ha-Sefaradim va-`adot ha-Mizrah] = The Sephardi Haggadah : with translation, commentary and complete guide to the laws of Pesah and the Seder / by Jonathan Cohen, 1989.

Denomination: Sephardic .

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Hebrew.

25 cm. Text only.
Haggadah : a celebration of freedom / by Martha Shelley ; with Hebrew translations by Ilana Brody, 1997.

Denomination: Women .

Location: San Francisco, California

A women's Haggadah. An original English text with some Hebrew.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Like an orange on a Seder plate : our lesbian Haggadah / Ruth Simkin, 1999.

Denomination: Lesbian .

Location: Canada

Original English text with some original Hebrew.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Lel she'elot : hagadah shel Pesah = A night of questions : a Passover haggadah / edited by Rabbi Joy Levitt, Rabbi Michael Strassfeld ; illustrated by Jeffrey Schrier, 2000.

Denomination: Reconstructionist .

Location: Elkins Park, Pennsylvania

Published by the Reconstructionist Press. Includes a cassette.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Lel she'elot : hagadah shel Pesah = A night of questions : a Passover haggadah / edited by Rabbi Joy Levitt, Rabbi Michael Strassfeld ; illustrated by Jeffrey Schrier, 2000.

Denomination: Reconstructionist .

Location: Elkins Park, Pennsylvania

Published by the Reconstructionist Press. Includes a cassette.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. LSC 101

Includes detailed reproductions of early as well as modern manuscripts editions. Usually illuminated, often with Biblical scenes, depictions of Passover ritual and objects, and midrashic stories. The Birds Head Haggadah (Haggadah q #4), from 13th century Germany, is a richly illuminated manuscript which is unique in its handling of human figures. While there are many depictions of human beings throughout the Haggadah, most are fitted with birds' heads instead of human heads. It is often speculated that the birds' heads were used in strict compliance to the biblical prohibition of graven images. Other fine examples of facsimiles of early illuminated texts are the Washington Haggadah (A-34 #18) and the Barcelona Haggadah (A-34 #17).

In addition to facsimiles of early manuscripts, the Duke University Libraries also own a number of facsimile editions of more recent manuscripts. These include the Haggadah in Memory of the Holocaust (E ff#86), which links the memory of the Holocaust to the redemption from Egypt, and the Moss Haggadah(Haggadah f#26). Along with the exact reproductions of the manuscripts, most of the facsimile editions include introductory essays, or even entire volumes, describing and analyzing the Haggadah.

The Birds Head Haggada of the Bezalel National Art Museum in Jerusalem / Facsimile volume printed in collotype by Kunstanstalt Max Jaffé in Vienna, 13th Century.

Location: Germany

Facsimile printed in 1965. Commentary volume included. This is the oldest surviving Ashkenazi illuminated Haggadah manuscript and gets its name from its illustrations of human figures with pronounced birds' heads. It is signed by a scribed named Menahem.

29 cm. Illuminated.
The Barcelona Haggadah : an illuminated Passover compendium from 14th-Century Catalonia in facsimile (MS British Library Additional 14761) / edited by Jeremy Schonfield ; with translations of poems and Targumim by Raphael Loewe ; other translations by David Goldstein and Jeremy Schonfield ; and contributions by Malachi Beit-Arié .., 14th Century.

Location: Catalonia

Facsimile printed in 1992. Commentary volume included. Illuminations include images of medieval Spanish homes, synagogues and musical instruments. Early owners of the Haggadah are identified by signatures as is the 16th Century ecclesiastical censor Visto per me Fra. Luigi del Ordine de San Dominico.

27 cm. Illuminated.
Call No. A-34 #17
The Kaufmann Haggadah, 14th Century.

Location: Spain

Facsimile was printed in Budapest, Hungary in 1957. Includes 14 full page miniatures, and a decorated text.

27 cm. Illuminated.
The Sarajevo Haggadah. Text by Cecil Roth, 14th Century.

Location: Northern Spain

Facsimile of the Sarajevo Haggadah from the 14th Century in Northern Spain. This reproduction was published in New York in 1966. English introduction by Cecil Roth. The Haggadah consists of 34 full-page miniatures, an illuminated Haggadah text, and hymns and Torah readings for the Passover week. Named because of its location in the Sarajevo Museum.

23 cm. Illustrated.
The Sarajevo Haggadah. Text by Cecil Roth, 14th Century.

Location: Northern Spain

Facsimile was published in New York in 1966. English introduction by Cecil Roth. The Haggadah consists of 34 full-page miniatures, an illuminated Haggadah text, and hymns and Torah readings for the Passover week. Signed in 1609 by Giovanni Domenico, a church censor. Named because of its location in the Sarajevo Museum. This Haggadah was almost destroyed during the bombardment of Sarajevo in 1994 but was saved by two staff members of the demolished museum where it was housed.

23 cm. Illustrated.
The Washington Haggadah : a facsimile edition of an illuminated fifteenth-Century Hebrew manuscript at the Library of Congress / signed by Joel ben Simeon ; edited by Myron M. Weinstein, 1478.

Location: Italy

Facsimile printed in 1991. Commentary volume included. The Haggadah is signed by 15th Century scribe and artist, Joel ben Simeon. A number of pages contain wine stains as well as notes written in the margins. It is known as the Washington Haggadah because of its location at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C.

28 cm. Illuminated.
Call No. A-34 #18
Die Darmstädter Pessach-Haggadah : codex orientalis 8 der Landesbibliothek zu Darmstadt aus dem vierzehnten jahrhundert / herausgegeben und erläutert von Bruno Italiener ; unter mitwirkung von Aron Freimann, August L. Mayer und Adolf Schmidt ; mit einer gesamtbibliographie der illustrierten Haggadah, 15th Century.

Location: Germany

Facsimile was published in Leipzig, Germany, 1927-28. Written by the scribe Israel ben Meir of Heidelberg. The illuminations reflect contemporary German architecture and dress.

29-37 cm. Illuminated.
The Rylands Haggadah : a medieval Sephardi masterpiece in facsimile : an illuminated Passover compendium from mid-14th-Century Catalonia in the collections of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, with a commentary and a cycle of poems / [introduction, notes on the illuminations, transcription, and English translation by Raphael Loewe], 15th Century.

Location: Catalonia

Facsimile was published in New York, 1988. Sephardi text. Commentary by an unidentified author. Introduction in Hebrew and English.

34 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah of Gershom Cohen : printed at Prague, in the year 5287/1527, 1526.

Location: Prague

Facsimile reproduction was published in 1954 in Tel Aviv, Israel. Includes an introduction in English. This Haggadah is the oldest known Haggadah to be printed with woodcuts. These woodcuts would go on to be the source for woodcuts used in many other printed Haggadot. Unique to this Haggadah is the mention of an obscure practice. On p. 36 is a woodcut of a man holding a leaf of lettuce and pointing to it with a note that "It is generally customary that the husband points to his wife because of the Biblical reference that a bad woman is more bitter than death."

18 cm. Illuminated.
The earliest illustrated Haggadah : printed by Gershom Cohen at Prague / discovered and described by Lazarus Goldschmidt, 1526.

Location: Prague

Reproduction was published in 1940 in London, England. Translated from the German manuscript by Immanuel Goldschmidt.

29 cm. Illuminated.
The earliest illustrated Haggadah : printed by Gershom Cohen at Prague / discovered and described by Lazarus Goldschmidt, 1526.

Location: Prague

Reproduction was published in 1940 in London, England. Translated from the German manuscript by Immanuel Goldschmidt.

29 cm. Illuminated.
Call No. E q#410
Hagadah shel Pesah : Prag 287 = The Passover Haggadah : Prague 1526, 1526.

Location: Prague

Facsimile was printed in Jerusalem in 1972.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1526.

Location: Prague

Facsimile was printed in New York, 1964. Includes an English introduction.

36 cm. Illustrated.
The Ashkenazi Haggadah : a Hebrew manuscript of the mid-15th Century from the collections of the British Library / written and illuminated by Joel ben Simeon, called Feibusch Ashkenazi ; with a commentary attributed to Eleazar ben Judah of Worms ; introduction, notes on the illuminations, transcription, and English translation by David Goldstein, 16th Century.

Location: Germany

Facsimile was printed in Tel Aviv, 1985. Additional artwork added by a different artist. Includes a transcription of the Hebrew as well as an English translation.

39 cm. Illuminated.
The Ashkenazi Haggadah : a Hebrew manuscript of the mid-15th Century from the collections of the British Library / written and illuminated by Joel ben Simeon called Feibusch Ashkenazi ; with a commentary attributed to Eleazar ben Judah of Worms ; introduction, notes on the illumination, transcription, and English translation by David Goldstein, 16th Century.

Location: Germany

Facsimile was printed in New York, 1985. Additional artwork added by a different artist. Includes a transcription of the Hebrew as well as an English translation.

39 cm. Illuminated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, Venetsyah 369 = The Passover Haggadah, Venice 1609 / mavo me-et Betsal'el Narkis, 1609.

Location: Venice, Italy

Facsimile was printed in Jerusalem in 1974 "The Venice Haggada of 1609: introduction" (15 p.) inserted. ranslated by Juda-Arie Leon de Modena.

35 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Ofenbakh 482 = The Passover Haggadah : Offenbach 1722, 1722.

Location: Offenbach, Germany

Facsimile was printed in Jerusalem in 1972. Originally published by Yisra'el ben Mosheh.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Ashkenaz, 489 (1729) = Pessach Haggadah : Ashkenaz, 1729. , 1729.

Location: –ttingen, Germany

Facsimile printed in Tel Aviv, 1985. Text in Hebrew; rubrics in Hebrew and Yiddish. Facsimile of Pessach Haggadah, –ttingen, 1729. Scribe and illustrator: Jacob ben Michael May Segal ; introduction by Chaya Benjamin. Many of the illuminations are based on woodcuts and copper engravings from the printed Haggadot of Venice and Amsterdam.

31 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadat Moravyah = The Moravian Haggadah , 1737.

Location: Amsterdam

Facsimile printed in 198-? The Illuminations are based on the well-known Amsterdam engravings with some additions and changes. Also known as the The Alexander Karl Floersheim Haggadah.

31 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Altona, Ashkenaz, 498 (1738) / katav ve-tsayar, Yosef ben David mi-Laypnik = Passover Haggadah : Altona, Germany, 1738 / scribe, illustrator Joseph ben David of Leipnik, 1738.

Location: Altona, Germany

Facsimile was published in Tel Aviv, 1987. Includes an abbreviation of the Zevah Pesah commentary by Isaac Abravanel as well as a short mystical commentary. Ashkenazi and Sephardi rites included. Includes a separate introduction in Hebrew and English.

34 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadat Kopenhagen 499 : faksimilah = Copenhagen Haggadah : facsimile , 1739.

Location: Altona-Hamburg, Germany

"Facsimile was printed in Tel Aviv, 1986. The Artist: Uri Pheibush [Philip Isac Levy] ... Introduction by Chaya Benjamin" (Hebrew and English, [12] p.) inserted.

33 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / [`orekh u-mehkar, Nahman Ran, `orekhet mishneh, Nivah Penai] = Passover Haggadah / [editor and research, Nachman Ran, assist. editor, Niva Panai], 1751.

Location: Altona-Hamburg, Germany

Facsimile was published in Tel Aviv, 1986. Facsimile of: The Altona-Hamburg Haggadah. Manuscript. 1751 (Codex Levy 22). English and Hebrew. "Map of the Land of Israel, drawn by Abraham Bar-Yaacov, the first Hebrew-letter printed map, attached to the Amsterdam Haggadah from 1696"--P. [27-30] "By the Scriber ... Uri Feivisch, son of Rabbi Itzhak Eizik ...."

28 x 329 cmfolded to 28 x 12 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / [`orekh u-mehkar, Nahman Ran, `orekhet mishneh, Nivah Penai] = Passover Haggadah / [editor and research, Nachman Ran, assist. editor, Niva Panai], 1751.

Location: Altona-Hamburg, Germany

Facsimile was published in Tel Aviv, 1986. Facsimile of: The Altona-Hamburg Haggadah. Manuscript. 1751 (Codex Levy 22). English and Hebrew. "Map of the Land of Israel, drawn by Abraham Bar-Yaacov, the first Hebrew-letter printed map, attached to the Amsterdam Haggadah from 1696"--P. [27-30] "By the Scriber ... Uri Feivisch, son of Rabbi Itzhak Eizik ...."

28 x 329 cmfolded to 28 x 12 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggada : Germany, 1768 / scribe/illustrator, Nathan ben Abraham Speyer of Breslau ; collection of the Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem, Ms. Heb. 8vo 2340 = Hagadah shel Pesah : Ashkenaz, 528 (1768) / katav ve-tsiyer Natan ben Avraham Shpaiyer mi-Bresla ; osef Bet ha-sefarim ha-le'umi veha-universita'i, Yerushalayim, ketav-yad 8vo 2340, 1768.

Location: Breslau, Germany

Facsimile was published in Tel Aviv, 1984. Text in Hebrew, rubrics in Yiddish. Accompanied by introductory material in Hebrew and English, including bibliographies, prepared by Chaya Benjamin.

30 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : Tri'esti 624 = The Passover Haggadah : Trieste 1864 / mahadurat Avraham Hai Morpurgo ; ha-ilustratsyot `a. y. K. Krikhmayer [sic], 1864.

Location: Trieste, Italy

Facsimile was printed in Jerusalem in 1974.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Pessah Hagada, 1951-1952.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Hebrew. Facsim. of: Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : bi-leshon ha-kodesh u-fitrono bi-leshon Ashkenazim ... Venitsiyah : Stamperia Vendramina, 501 [1740 or 1741] "This Hagada -- printed in Jerusalem by Hamadpis Lipshitz Press, is a reproduction of an old Venetian edition of which the above [as in Facsim. note] is the original title page. It contained an Italian [?] translation, for which English has been substituted"--Colophon. "Ha-tseva`im veha-tsiurim ve-seder ha-`amudim hut`amu le-tavnit ha-hotsa'at"--Colophon. "`Al ha-kerikhah tsiur Ha lahma `anya bi-tseva`im mi-tokh Hagadat Sarayevo"--Yaari. Yaari 2416

42 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah / he`etik u-tsayar Benyamin Sha'n ; `im targum, mavo, u-he'arot me-et Betsalel Rot, 1966.

Location: Paris, France

Title on added t.p.: Haggadah for Passover. Hebrew t.p. dated 724 i. e. 1963 or 1964. One of 228 numbered copies.

40 cm.
Hagadah shel Pesah nikhtevah ve-tsuyerah be-Nikelsburg bi- shenat 508 = The Passover Haggadah written and illustrated in Nickelsburg 1748, 1973.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Text in Hebrew; rubrics in Hebrew and Yiddish. Facsimile of the manuscript of the Passover Haggadah written and illustrated in Nickelsburg in 1748.

30 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Hagadah / illustrated with the commentary of Rabbi Dr. Marcus Lehmann of Mainz, rendered into English for the first time, 1975.

Location: London

Hebrew text of Hagadah with English translation and commentary.

26 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah le-zekher ha-Sho`ah = Pessach Haggadah in memory of the Holocaust / illustrated by David Wander ; calligraphy and micrography by Yonah Weinrib, 1985.

Location: Haifa, Israel

Forty-four leaves in portfolio; twelve leaves of plates. Mr. and Mrs. Zygfryd B. Wolloch commissioned this Haggadah as a memorial to their parents who perished at the hands of the Nazis. David Wander (Illustrator) and Yonah Weinreb (Calligraphy and Micrography) have produced a work that emphasizes slavery and redemption as exemplified both in the Exodus and in the Holocaust. The simplicity of the artwork helps convey the horror of the Holocaust. For example, alongside the text which reads "in each generation one is obligated to regard him/herself as though he/she personally left Egypt" appears an empty concentration camp uniform. Human figures are conspicuously absent from the Haggadah as a reminder of those who did not survive Nazi persecution.

43 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E ff#86
A song of David : a limited edition facsimile of the Moss Haggadah / [David Moss] , 1987.

Location: Rochester, New York

Hebrew text; companion volume about the Moss Haggadah is in Hebrew and English. Artistically it includes: calligraphy, micrography, gouaches, gold leaf, acrylics and paper cuts. Moss reproduces the crafts and style of the medieval scribe with modern innovation designed to bring the story of the Exodus up to the present time and to connect it to present-day Jews and to the founding of the state of Israel.

46 cm. Illuminated.
The tree [picture] , 1987.

Location: Rochester, New York

Page from the the Moss Haggadah, by David Moss. This page contains in its micrographic border, the entire text of the Haggadah in Hebrew. Duke also owns two versions of the complete Moss Haggadah: Haggadah f#12 and Haggadah f#26.

49 x 34 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam ff#16
€˜Arba` hagadot = 4 haggadot : me-'osef Bet ha-sefarim ha-le'umi veha-universita'i bi-Yerushalayim, 1989.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Facsimile editions of 4 different Haggadot (smaller than original size). 1) Italy, 1500s. 2) Mantova, Italy, 1480; by Abraham Favissol of Avignon. 3) Moravia, 1719; by R. Simmel Sofer. 4) Yemen, 1800s; by Yosef Hammami. Includes a pamphlet with a Hebrew and English introduction as well as a pamphlet with an English translation of the Haggadah text.

26 x 37 x 3 cm. Illustrated.
The Moss Haggadah : a complete reproduction of the Haggadah written and illuminated by David Moss for Richard and Beatrice Levy, with the commentary of the artist, 1990.

Location: Rochester, New York

Haggadah text in Hebrew; commentary in English. Accompanied by: The Passover Haggadah : an English translation to accompany the Moss Haggadah; and a paper-cut print of "The bird cage" from the original work.

36 cm. Illustrated.

Printed and distributed in an effort to raise money for various organizations. Generally contain the traditional text and may have illustrations by well-known artists or be reproductions of early manuscripts. Always include a letter thanking the reader for, or requesting, donations. Duke University Libraries' earliest fundraising Haggadah was printed in 1937 by the Pro-Palestine Fund in its efforts to raise money for the Jewish pioneers who were living in Palestine (Haggadah Pam 12mo #34).

Hagadah shel Pesah = The Passover Hagadah : services for the Passover nights / arranged by H. Meiliz ; with illustrations, 1937.

Location: London

Distributed by the Pro-Palestine fund. The back of the Haggadah has two pictures of Jewish settlers in pre-1948 Palestine.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 1943.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the United Aged Home of Jerusalem.

14 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Hagadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Nota Koslowsky, 1944.

Location: New York

Haggadah printed as a fundraising tool for a number of Jewish organizations. Requests for donations are found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). Duke owns 7 of these Haggadot (c. 1-7) which allows one to see the variety of covers as well as the different organizations which used this Haggadah for fundraising.

14 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Hagadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Nota Koslowsky, 1944.

Location: New York

Haggadah printed as a fundraising tool for a number of Jewish organizations. Requests for donations are found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover).

14 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : matanah me-et Yeshivah u-Metivta Rabenu Shelomoh Kluger, z.ts.l., 376 Ist Hoysten Strit, Nyu York = Souvenir of the Yeshiva and Mesifta Rabbi Solomon Kluger, 376 East Houston Street, New York, 1944.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Includes musical settings by H.A. Russotto. This Haggadah serves as a fundraising tool for Yeshiva Rabbi Solomon Kluger. A message in Yiddish (front) and English (back) asks for money to help the Yeshiva feed, clothe, educate and medically treat unfortunate children.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1949.

Location: New York

"Exclusively produced as a Gift to the Friends and Supporters of the General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls, Jerusalem, Israel ..."--Cover. Printed in honor of the first Passover by the modern State of Israel as a fundraising tool. The request for donations is found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). The illustrations near the end of the Haggadah (pp. 53, 57) connect the text of the seder to the pioneering efforts in the new state of Israel.

15 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1949.

Location: New York

Gift of the Yeshiva & Mesifta Toras Chaim of Greater New York. Printed by in honor of the first Passover in the modern State of Israel as a fundraising tool. The request for donations is found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). The illustrations near the end of the Haggadah (pp. 53, 57) connect the text of the seder to the pioneering efforts in the new state of Israel.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1949.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Fundraising tool for Yeshivas Ohel Torah. Includes photographs of students studying, playing basketball and playing ping pong on center pages.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Passover Haggadah / with a new translation by Saadyah Maximon ; and illustrations by Paul K. Freeman, 1949-1950.

Location: New York

Used as a fundraising tool for the General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Haggadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1951.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. The request for donations is found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). "Exclusively produced as a Gift to the Friends and Supporters of the General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls, Jerusalem, Israel, ..."--Cover. Duke has 3 copies of this Haggadah.

14 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = The haggadah of Passover / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1951.

Location: New York

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Passover Haggadah / a faithful English rendering by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1953.

Location: New York

Cover contains advertisements of the Home of the Sages of Israel. Imperfect copy: P. 3-12, 17-18, 21-24, 27-28 lacking; bottom half of p. 15-16, 33-34, 41-42, 57-64 cut away. Cover contains advertisements of the Home of the Sages of Israel

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Passover Haggadah / a faithful English rendering by A. Regelson ; illustrations by S. Forst, 1959.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. The request for donations is found in both English (back inside cover) and Yiddish (front inside cover). The obviously Zionistic illustrations from earlier editions of the Haggadah (see Haggadah Pam 12 mo #15) are missing from this edition.

16 cm. Illustrated.
The book of Passover; Passover in life and literature and Haggadah, 195-?.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Illustrations by Siegmund Forst. Jewish Pocket Books published haggadah which includes a number of essays about "Passover in Life and Literature." Printed as a fundraising tool for Yeshivah Torah Vodaath and Mesifta with a request for money in Yiddish and English.

16 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / with a new translation by Saadyah Maximon and illustrations by Paul K. Freeman, 1960.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphans' Home for Girls in Israel.

16 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] / with a new translation by Saadyah Maximon and illustrations by Paul K. Freeman, 1960.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Jerusalem General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Passover Haggadah / with a new translation by Saadyah Maximon ; and illustrations by Paul K. Freeman, 1960.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool for the General Israel Orphans' Home for Girls. Duke has three copies of this Haggadah.

16 cm. Illustrated.
The first known printed Passover Hagadah / by Gershom Kohen, 1960.

Location: New York

Reprint of Prague, 1527 ed. Photo-copy of Hebrew text with English translation in parallel columns. Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

22 cm. Illustrated.
[Hagadah shel Pesah] = From twilight to dawn, the traditional Pessach Hagadah / arranged by Rabbi Shlomo Kahn, 1960.

Location: New York

Text in English and Hebrew on opposite pages; commentary in English.

24 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : first printed edition of a Haggadah from a parchment manuscript of the early eighteenth Century, anno 1731, Hamburg ... / courtesy of New York Public library - Jewish Division, 1961.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. Hebrew introduction with an English summary of the introduction.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : ketav-yad me-osef Baron David Gintsburg ha-nimtsa be-Sifriyah ha-le'umit be-Moskva = The Günzburg Haggadah : first printed edition of an illuminated manuscript from the USSR microfilm collection in the New York University Library of Judaica and Hebraica, 1962.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. Hebrew introduction with an English summary of the introduction. Original from 1725.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Cecil Roth Oxford Haggadah : written in 1753 and subsequently owned by Joseph b. Leizer Speier of Amsterdam. , 1963.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

21 cm. Illustrated.
The Pessach Haggadah = Hagadah shel Pesah, 1964.

Location: Armentières-en-Brie, France

Fundraising tool for Yeshivah Ohr Joseph in France. Hebrew and English. Illustrated by Roland Blum. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : ketav yad metsuyar `al Klaf me-Osef Sifriyat Bet ha-nivharim be-Vashington mi-shenat...1470 = The Washington Haggadah : first printed edition of an illuminated manuscript from the Library of Congress.., 1965.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool. Preface in English and Hebrew by L. Marwick. Reproduction of the Washington Haggadah from 1470. Original written by Joel ben Simeon. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

14 x 22 cm. Illustrated.
Passover Haggadah = [Hagadah shel Pesah] : a faithful English rendering / by Abraham Regelson ; illustrated by Siegmund Forst, 1966.

Location: New York

Printed as a fundraising tool for the Home of the Sages of Israel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah mi-tokh mahazor Roma = The Mahzor Roma Haggadah : Bologna, Italy, anno 1540 / from the copy at the New York Public Library, Jewish Division, 1966.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Reproduction of the Mahzor Roma Haggadah. Hebrew text with commentary in Rashi script. Duke has two copies of this Haggadah.

22 cm. Text only.
[Hagadat Yehude Sin] = The Haggadah of the Chinese Jews : first printed edition from a manuscript of the seventeenth-eighteenth Century C.E. originating in the Jewish colony of K'ai-Feng Fu / with an introduction by Prof. Cecil Roth, 1967.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Hebrew text with an English introduction. Missing Dayyenu and some other traditional elements; includes hymns not found in the traditional text. Incorrect vocalization at times. Ceremonial directions written in the Judeo-Persian language, but using Hebrew characters.

22 cm. Text only.
[Hagadat Yehude Sin] = The Haggadah of the Chinese Jews : first printed edition from a manuscript of the seventeenth-eighteenth Century C.E. originating in the Jewish colony of K'ai-Feng Fu / with an introduction by Prof. Cecil Roth, 1967.

Location: New York

Fundraising tool for the Orphan Hospital Ward of Israel. Hebrew text with an English introduction. Missing Dayyenu and some other traditional elements; includes hymns not found in the traditional text. Incorrect vocalization at times. Ceremonial directions written in the Judeo-Persian language, but using Hebrew characters.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadat Bene Yisra'el = The Haggadah of the Bene Israel of India, 1968.

Location: New York

Hebrew and Marathi. Reproduction (partially reduced) of Bombay, 1846 ed.(Yaari no. 656) with added prefatory material by Walter J. Fischel and others. Original was the first Hebrew book printed in India with illustrations.

22 cm. Illustrated.
The Passover Haggadah / illustrated by children of the arts and crafts classes of the General Israel Orphan's Home in Jerusalem ; with a guide for the Seder, 196-?.

Location: New York

Published as a fundraising tool for the General Israel Orphan's Home in Jerusalem.

16 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Tel Aviv Haggadah : first printed edition of an 18th Century illuminated handwritten Haggadah with an abridged version of Don Isaac Abarbanel's Commentary, 1771 .., 1971.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. Preface signed by Tovia Preschel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Tel Aviv Haggadah : first printed edition of an 18th Century illuminated handwritten Haggadah with an abridged version of Don Isaac Abarbanel's Commentary, 1771 .., 1971.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. Preface signed by Tovia Preschel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Tel Aviv Haggadah : first printed edition of an 18th Century illuminated handwritten Haggadah with an abridged version of Don Isaac Abarbanel's Commentary, 1771 .., 1971.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. Preface signed by Tovia Preschel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah bi-leshon ha-kodesh u-fitrono bi-leshon Italyano = The Venice Haggadah with Judeo-Italian translation, Venice 1609, 1973.

Location: New York

Hebrew with Judeo-Italian translation. Original edition prepared by Leone da Modena. Introd. in English and Hebrew by T. Preschel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Let my people go : a Haggadah / Illustrated by Mark Podwal. Foreword by Abba Eban. Introd. by Theodore Bikel, 1973.

Location: New York

29 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E Pam f#897
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Kittsee Haggadah : first printed edition of an 18th Century illuminated handwritten Haggadah, 1782 .., 1975.

Location: New York

Yiddish and Hebrew. A reproductin of the The Kittsee Haggadah of 1782 for fundraising purposes.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah seder shel Pesah = The Fuerth haggadah, 1976.

Location: New York

Text in Judeo-German. Introduction in English and Hebrew by Tovia Preschel. Facsimile reproduction of the Fuerth haggadah, published in 1741.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Leipnik-Rosenthaliana Haggadah, 1977.

Location: New York

Reprint, with a new introduction in Hebrew and English. Originally published: Altona, 1738.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Vienna Haggadah, 1978.

Location: New York

"Written and illustrated in Vienna in the year 1751 by Aaron Schreiber Herlingen"--Introd. Reprint, with a new introduction in Hebrew and English.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Seder ha-Hagadah shel Pesah : `im tsiyurim = The Trieste Haggadah of 1864 / hugah be-`iyun ... me-et Avraham Hai Morpurgo ; [with introduction by Tovia Preschel ; pref. by Munish Weintraub], 1979.

Location: New York

Reproductin of Seder ha-Hagadah shel Pesah. Tri'esti : Be-vet defus Y. Kohen, 5624 [1864].

21 cm. Illustrated.
[Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im perush yafeh ve-tsiyurim na'i. meha-otot veha-moftim she-`asah ha-K. b.h. la-avotenu] = The Hamburg-Amsterdam Haggadah of 1728, 1980.

Location: New York

Text in Hebrew; rubrics in Hebrew, Ladino, and Yiddish; introduction in English. Facsimile of the Hamburg-Amsterdam Haggadah, 1728, written by Ya`akov Sofer ben Yehuda Leyb, and held by the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah ... = the Hamburg-Amsterdam Haggadah of 1728, 1980.

Location: New York

Introductions in English and Hebrew. Manuscript, based on printed Amsterdam Haggadah of 1695, written and illustrated by Ya'akov ben Yehuda Leib of Berlin, p. [1]. Includes the commentary of Isaac Abravenel.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Amsterdam Haggadah of 1662, 1981.

Location: New York

Reprint, with a new introduction in English. Originally published: Amsterdam, 1662.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Amsterdam Haggadah of 1662, 1981.

Location: New York

Introduction in English and Hebrew by M. I. Friedman. Reprint of the original which was published in Amsterdam, 1695.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : bi-leshon ha-kodesh uvi-leshon Italyano = The Venice Haggadah, 1716 : with Judeo-Italian translation, 1991.

Location: New York

Hebrew and Judeo-Italian; introd. by Tovia Preschel in Hebrew and English. Published as a fundraising tool for the Diskin Orphan Home of Israel. Originally published in Venice by A. Bragadin, 1715-1716.

22 cm. Illustrated.

For use at a Passover seder. Typically traditional in content, come in a variety of languages, and include both illustrated and non-illustrated examples.

Die Pessach-Haggadah des Gerschom Kohen, 1527 [i.e. 1526], 1526.

Location: Prague

Reproduction of the Frankfurter Stadtbibliothek copy of the original ed., printed by Gershom ben Solomon ha-Kohen, in Prague in 1526. This reproduction was printed in Berlin, Germany in 1926.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah bi-leshon ha-kodesh uvi-leshon Italyano : `im kamah tsurot `al kol ha-otot veha-moftim asher na`asu la-avotenu be-Mitsrayim, ba-yam uva-midbar ... / ve-gam ba be-tokham pe. Tseli esh ... ve-hu kitsur Zevah Pesah m.h. Rav Don Yitshak Abravan[el] z.l, 1715-1716.

Location: Venice, Italy

Hebrew commentary by Abarbanel. Includes the traditional Hebrew text with an Italian translation.

32 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah: im birkhoteha, 1728-1729.

Location: Amsterdam

Handwritten note in Hebrew/Yiddish on the inside of the back cover. Pocket edition of Haggadah limiting its Yiddish commentary to occasional rubrics. It relies on eye-catching initial letters and woodcuts to make the text come alive.

15 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah Seder shel Pesah , 1740-1741.

Location: Fuerth, Germany

Yiddish and Hebrew. Includes a list of laws for Passover. Contains many woodcuts as well as artistic initial letters with leaves growing from them. Wine stains throughout.

31 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagada le-Fesah , 1764-1765.

Location: Amsterdam

Includes a short version of Abarbanel's Zevah Pesah commentary. Wine stains throughout.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #3
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah , 1779-1780.

Location: London

17 cm. Illustrated.
Helek rishon mi-Sefer arba' yesodot , 1782-1783.

Location: Amsterdam

Text and commentaries in Hebrew; ceremonial directions in Yiddish. Signed on 1st page by Hare Lovy and Leopold Fried. Stamped on 2nd page by Dr. Hinko Urbah. A faded list of names appears in Hebrew and English on the final two pages. Includes the laws for Passover.

23 cm. Text only.
Hagadah Seder shel Pesah , 1782-1783.

Location: Fuerth, Germany

Text and commentary in Hebrew; ceremonial directions in Yiddish. Includes commentary by Isaac Abarbanel. Wine stains throughout.

31 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah , 1795-1796.

Location: Karlsruhe, Germany

Ceremonial directions in Yiddish.

17 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel pesah : ins daytsh, iberzetst und mit nittslikhen anmerkungn ferzehn, 1795.

Location: Offenbach, Germany

Illustrations were made from woodcuts. Commentary by Joel Brill, based on the Berlin Haggadah of 1745.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Compendium orationum = [Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : kefi minhag Ashkenazim] .., 1828.

Location: Verona, Italy

This Haggadah has a Hebrew text with some Latin on the title page. The majority of the Haggadah only contains the text, however there are four simple illustrations: at the beginning, next to the descriptions of the Matzah and Bitter herbs, and after the final song.

20 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah, oder, Fortrag oyf dia beyden erzten abende Pesah , 1829.

Location: Fuerth, Germany

Hebrew and Yiddish.

17 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = Service for the two first nights of Passover : in Hebrew and English, according to the custom of the German and Polish Jews / carefully revised and corrected by Isaac Levi .., 1842.

Location: London

Contains 8 copper plates relating to the service.

21 cm. Illuminated.
Hagadah = Racconto degli avvenimenti memorabili occasionanti la Pasqua / traduzione riveduta e corretta dall' Mayer Randegger, 1851.

Location: Vienna, Austria

Contains traditional Hebrew text with an Italian translation. Handwritten notes appear throughout in Hebrew (Rashi script), Italian, and Greek Four handwritten pages, In Hebrew and Italian, were inserted into the beginning of the Haggadah. These pages serve as an annotated table of contents. Signed on the inside of the cover.

21 cm. Text only.
Sefer Pi ha-medaber : (notarikon perush Hagadah / mi-meni Yosef bar Rabenu David), 1853-1854.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Hebrew with commentary in Rashi script. Stampted on title and back pages by the Librairie Hebraique in Djerba, Tunisia. Wine stains appear throughout.

25 cm. Text only.
[Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah : `im ha`atakah u-hora'at ha-dinim u-ha-minhagim ba-lashon hollandit] = Hagadah, voordragt op de beide eerste avonden van het Paasch-feest : in het Nederduitsch vertaald en met vele ophelderingen voorzien / door G.A. Parser .., 1864.

Location: Amsterdam

Hebrew text with Dutch translation and commentary.

17 cm. Text only.
Sefer zikrono le-hayyim : le-zikaron ka'iti ha-nes le-mino be-mile de-Agadata lel hitkadesh hag ha-Pesah ... / ve-hu ha-tsa'ir Hayyim ha-kohen .., 1874-1875.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Hebrew and Judaeo-Arabic (using Rashi script).

20 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah , 1868.

Location: Vilna, Poland

Includes ten commentaries by well-known sages. Wine stains throughout.

23 cm. Text only.
[Hagadah ve-seder shel Pesah] = Form of service for the two first nights of the feast of Passover, 1869.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. Wine stains throughout.

23 cm. Illustrated.
[Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah] = Hagadah, voordragt op de beide eerste avonden van het Pesach-feest : met aanwijzing der gebruiken in het Nederduitsch, 1876.

Location: Amsterdam

Hebrew text with ceremonial directions in Dutch. Missing Pages 35-46.

18 cm. Text only.
Seder Ha-Hagadah le-lel shemorim : meduyak hetiv u-mesudar yafe u-meturgam ashkenazit = Hagadah / me-et Volf ben Shimshon ben ish Haidenhaim, 1877.

Location: Rodelheim, Germany

Hebrew with Yiddish translation Hebrew signature of the publisher is found on the title page. [Missing from shelf.]

18 cm.
Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah = Hagadah, voordragt op de beide eerste avonden van het Pesach-feest : met Nederduitsche opschriften, 1884.

Location: Amsterdam

Hebrew text with ceremonial directions in Dutch.

19 cm. Text only.
Hagadah ve-seder shel Pesah = Form of service for the first two nights of the feast of Passover / with English translation, 1886.

Location: New York

22 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im tsiurim ve-targum `Aravi : ke-minhag k.k. Bagaad : ... ve-`atah hosafnu vo piyutim nehmadim, tefilat `arvit ... ve-dinim ha-nitsrakhim .., 1886-87.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Hebrew and Judaeo-Arabic (in Hebrew characters). The pages of this Haggadah were not cut correctly; some pages are too wide and every two pages are connected at the top. Includes the evening service.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Sefer Hakam lev / notri. leha-tsa`ir Kamos ben Musa Had'ad, 1886-87.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Judaeo-Arabic and Hebrew.

29 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah , 1893.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Complete Haggadah text in Hebrew followed by complete Haggadah text in German. Stamped by Jakob B. Brandeis.

20 cm. Text only.
The Haggadah according to the rite of Yemen : together with the Arabic-Hebrew commentary / published for the first time from mss. of Yemen with an introduction, translation and critical and philological notes by William H. Greenburg, 1896.

Location: London

Hebrew text with commentary in Hebrew, Arabic (in Hebrew characters), and Aramaic.

23 cm. Text only.
The Haggadah according to the rite of Yemen : together with the Arabic-Hebrew commentary / published for the first time from mss. of Yemen with an introduction, translation and critical and philological notes by William H. Greenburg, 1896.

Location: London

Hebrew text with commentary in Hebrew, Arabic (in Hebrew characters), and Aramaic.

23 cm. Text only.
[Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah] = Voordracht op de beide eerste avonden van het Pesach-feest : met Nederlandsche opschriften, 1897.

Location: Amsterdam

Hebrew text with ceremonial directions in Dutch.

19 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah , 1897.

Location: London

Hebrew and English. Translated by Aaron Asher Green and authorized by the Chief Rabbi of England, Rabbi Naftali Adler ha-Kohen. A handwritten note on first page reads: "Rebecca Melchior: a present from the Chief Rabbi N. Adler."

23 cm. Text only.
Call No. Haggadah #6
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah , 1889-1890.

Location: Algiers, Algeria

Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Sefer Magid mesharim : hu be'ur hadash u-maspik `al Hagadah shel Pesah : `im mavo gadol ... me-eti Netan'el Hayyim b. Mosheh Naman Pape, 1899-1900.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Includes an introduction by Netan'el Hayyim ben Mosheh Naman Pape. Includes additions and comments by the son of the author on page 16.

24 cm. Text only.
The Erna Michael wood blocks; twenty nine illustrations from original wood blocks successors of the Venice Haggadah. Introduction by Bezalel Narkiss, 19th Century.

Location: Italy

Not a Haggadah, as it does not contain any text. This is, however, a collection of 29 imprints made in 1977 from original 19th Century wood blocks based on the famous Venice Haggadah of 1609. The near completeness of the collection of biblical and ritual wood cuts intended for printing is a rare find.

33 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. E f#799
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = Hagada : Gebete für den häuslichen Gottesdienst am ersten und zweiten Abende des Pessachfestes / Deutsch übersetzt und erlautert von Dr. R.T. Fürstenthal ; nebst einem Gedichte "Das Pessachfest" von Salomon Plessner, 1900.

Location: Prague

Hebrew and German text.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah , 1904.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Text in German and Hebrew; ceremonial directions in Hebrew.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah : `im perush uminhage ... M.h.R.L. mi-Prag, 1905.

Location: Warsaw, Poland

Commentaries by Judah Loew ben Bezalel (ca. 1525-1609) and Yehudah Yudl Rozenberg (1865-1935).

24 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im matayim sheloshim u-shemoneh perushim ve-hosafot / me-et maranan ve-rabanan geonim kedoshim .., 1907.

Location: Podgorze, Poland

Includes commentaries by 238 different sages.

22 cm. Text only.
[Seder ha-Hagadah le-lele Pesah] = Hagadah, voordracht op de beide eerste avonden van het Pesach-feest : met Nederlandsche opschriften, 1909.

Location: Amsterdam

Text in Hebrew; ceremonial directions in Dutch.

20 cm. Text only.
Seder ha-Hagadah le-lel shimurim = Erzählung von dem Auszuge Israels aus „gypten... / übersetzt von W. Heidenheim .., 190-?.

Location: Rodelheim, Germany

Hebrew text with a German text (old German script). Printed by W. Heidenheim.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : een verzameling van gebeden, vertellingen en liederen, ten gebruike voor de Pesach-avondviering : zoowel in huiselijken kring als in gezamenlijke bijeenkomsten, 190-?.

Location: Amsterdam

From the library of S. van Maarsen, with his bookplate.

20 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah = Hagadah for Passover : with English translation, 1901-1902.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

16 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah : leshon ... `aravi menukad ke-fi minhag ... Bagdad ... ve-gam ke-fi `are Hodu : ve-nosaf `od meturgemet bi-leshon Anglizi, .., 1903-1904.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

English and Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew. According to the customs of Bagdad and the cities of India.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im pitaron be-lashon Italiki `im kamah tsurot ... ve-nosaf ... tefilat `Arvit .., 1903-1904.

Location: Livorno, Italy

Italian and Hebrew. Includes the Evening prayer service.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im be'ur hadash Tavlin le- mitsvah ... : ha-nushah ha-nehugah ule-`umatah nushat ha-Rambam / yatsa le-or `al yede Avraham Aharon ha-Levi Prag, 1909-1910.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

23 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah , 1910.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Text in German and Hebrew; ceremonial directions in German.

22 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah le-lel shemurim : meduyak hetiv, mesudar yafeh u-meturgam anglit = Service for the first two nights of Passover, 1912.

Location: New York

Includes music arranged by Henry A. Russotto.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = Form of services for the first two nights of Passover, with illustrations / revised and edited by A. Th. Philips, 1912.

Location: New York

Includes a special chapter with music for the Passover service composed, selected and arranged by the Rev. Henry A. Russotto.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Seder hagadah shel Pesah = form of services for the first two nights of Passover, with illustrations / revised and edited by Dr. A. Th. Philips, music by H. A. Russoto, 1912.

Location: New York

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah : mit zekhzig perushim in `ivri taitsh, 1912.

Location: New York

Commentary by Jacob ben Wolf Kranz (1740?-1804), who is also known as the Dubnow or Dubner Maggid.

23 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah mit myuzik noten = Passover Hagadah with music, 1912?.

Location: New York

This Haggadah has a Yiddish cover page, with an English back cover. The text is in both Hebrew and English. At the end of the Haggadah is the music for four songs. The music is signed by Henry A. Russotto, p. [63].

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah le-lel shimurim : `im be'ur Masa ge ha-hizayon ... / hiber ... Aryeh Leb Frumkin .., 1912-1913.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew only. Includes a Hebrew commentary.

22 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah : iberzetst idish mit talmudishe legenden wegen yetsi'at Mitsraim : mit fiel biblishe bilder / bearbaitet durkh H. Niselavits, 1913-1914.

Location: Warsaw-Vilna, Poland

Hebrew and Yiddish. Wine stains throughout.

17 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : `im ha`atakah `ivri taitsh ha-meduveret benenu ve-`im perush u-meshalim meha-Rav ha-m.m. mi-Dubna : `im shev`ah tsiurim yafim ve-na`im, 1916.

Location: New York

Text in Yiddish and Hebrew Commentary by Jacob ben Wolf Kranz (1740?-1804), who is also known as the Dubnow or Dubner Maggid.

22 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah = The Seder service for the first two nights of Passover, with illustrations / revised and edited by Herman Klopper ; music composed, selected and arranged by Henry A. Russoto, 191-?.

Location: New York

English and Hebrew. This undated Haggadah was edited by Dr. Herman Klopper and contains original music by Henry A. Russotto.

18 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah : ...mit sipurim oyf `Ivri Taytsh, 1921.

Location: Vienna, Austria

Commentary by Jacob ben Wolf Kranz (1740?-1804), who is also known as the Dubnow or Dubner Maggid.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hebrew title romanized. | Cover title: Hagadah shel Pesah = Hagadah for Passover, 1921.

Location: Vienna, Austria

Edited and printed by "Union" (Appel Brothers)

22 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah be-'otiyot gedolot u-vehirot : mit di dinim vas zainen shaiakh tsu bedikat homets un di sedarim in Idish .., 1921.

Location: New York

Hebrew and Yiddish. From the library of the Yeshiva d'Rambam & T.T., Brooklyn, N.Y., Rabbi Dr. Samuel L. Skolnick, Executive Director, with its stamp.

24 cm. Illustrated.
Seder ha-Hagadah le-lel shimurim = Erzählung von dem Auszuge Israels aus „gypten für die beiden ersten Pessachabende / nach W. Heidenheim ; neu übersetzt von Rabbiner Dr. Selig Bamberger, 1921.

Location: Rodelheim, Germany

Hebrew with German translation Limited ed. of 100 copies on handmade paper.

25 cm. Text only.
Call No. Haggadah #5
Hagadah shel Pesah = The Seder service Hagadah for Passover / ... meturgam `al yede Rahel Me'ir .., 1922.

Location: Vienna, Austria

Hebrew text with an English translation by Rakhel Me'ir.

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah , 1922.

Location: Vilna, Poland

Includes 16 commentaries by well-known sages.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagada : aangeboden door de firma Wed. J. Stein, Amsterdam .., 1922.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Haggadah text and notes are in Hebrew. Ceremonial directions are in Dutch. The cover has a black and white illustration of a man holding up a wine cup.

23 cm. Text only.
The Union Haggadah : home service for the Passover / [edited by the Central Conference of American Rabbis], 1923.

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Edited by The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinic association for Reform Judaism. Includes an essay at the end, "The Passover in history, literature, and art" (p. 123-162).

20 cm. Illustrated.
Haggadah shel Pesah , 1923.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Handwritten by Baruch Parnetsiskah and illustrated by Jacob Steinhardt. Signed by the artist.

27 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #2
Haggada de Pessah / texte hébreu revu par le rabbin Back ; mis en français par Edmond Fleg ; orné d'illustrations de Janine Aghion, 1925.

Location: Paris, France

Hebrew with a French translation Limited ed. of 1500 copies on rag paper.

28 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1926.

Location: New York

Text in Hebrew and Yiddish; ceremonial directions and introduction in Yiddish. Includes a picture of Warsaw (p. 142).

21 cm. Illustrated.
Seder hagadah le-lele Pesah : `im ezeh devarim al mekorah mi-kunteres magid me-reshit le-d.a. landshuteh, ve-`im hora'at ha-dinim veha-minhagim be-lashon hollandit = Voordracht voor de beide eerste avonden van het Paaschfeest : met aanwijzing der voorschriften en gebruiken in de nederlandsche taal / door G.I. Polak, 1926.

Location: Amsterdam

Text in Hebrew; notes and ceremonial directions in Dutch.

19 cm. Text only.
Call No. Haggadah #9
Sefer Navah tehilah `al Hagadah shel Pesah / ... amarim ... mi-tokh kitve ... Ya`akov David ... me-Radomsk ; divre ha-mesader ... Noah Vayntrob, 1926-1927.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Hebrew with commentary in Rashi script.

21 cm. Text only.
Seder Hagadah shel Pesah , 1927.

Location: Berlin, Germany

Arranged and illustrated by Otto Geismar.

22 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #8
Hagadah shel Pesah `im tsiyurim = Hagadah / arranged by J. D. Eisenstein ; illustrated by Lola, 1928.

Location: New York

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1928.

Location: New York

New English translation by Judah David Eisenstein. Illustrations by Lola.

19 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pessah' : (ritual da ceia Pascal) / traduçao e arranjo de A.C. de Barros Basto (Ben-Rosh), 1928.

Location: Porto, Portugal

Haggadah text is in Portuguese only.

19 cm. Text only.
Hagadah shel Pesah. , 192-?.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Yiddish and Hebrew.

20 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1930.

Location: Jerusalem, Israel

Includes music arranged by Solomon Rosowsky.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Call No. Haggadah #7
Hagadah shel Pesah , 1930.

Location: London

English translation by Betzalel Ruth. Illustrated and decorated by Albert Rutherston. Issued in gold-stamped blue crushed morocco; all edges gilt; signed inside front cover: Bound by Wood, London.

32 cm. Illustrated.
The Haggadah : a new edition / with English translation, introduction, and notes by Cecil Roth ; with drawings by Donia Nachshen, 1934.

Location: London

Second title page claims that it was printed in Holland.

25 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah le-Pesah nusah ha-Rambam be-sifro ha-Yad ha-hazakah ... : `im biografiah ketsarah me-hayey ha-Rambam ... :`a.p. seder minhage ha-Gra mi-Vilna .., 1935.

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Includes a short biography on the life of the Rambam (Maimonides). Includes the Song of Songs.

23 cm. Illustrated.
Hagadah le-Bet Ya`akov : `ivrit ve-'idit `im sipurim ve-perushim migdole ha-darshanim u-venam R. Ya`akov mi-Dubna, 1935.

Location: New York

Text in Hebrew and Yiddish. Includes commentaries by noted sages, including Jacob ben Wolf Kranz (1740?-1804), who is also known as the Dubnow or Dubner Maggid.

17 cm. Text only.