Project 25: Over the past two weeks, Living Archive posted 7,000 newly scanned and uploaded pictures, and the feedback was incredible. The photos were sent from hand to hand, and many people found themselves and their family members.
The recent posting of 1,800 new photos on The Living Archive generated tremendous excitement. In just one week, over a thousand individuals were tagged, and dozens of orders for photos were placed. Aiming to reach 25,000 by Gimmel Tammuz as part of JEM’s Project 25, The Living Archive is proud to present another 5,000 photos, also newly scanned.
One of the initiatives of Project 25 is to post 25,000 new photos on The Living Archive, some newly discovered and scanned. The first batch of 1,800 photos was just uploaded.
Find your Shavuos moment with the Rebbe from 10 updated collections and receive it in time for Shavuos!
Just in time for Lag B'omer, the Living Archive is pleased to publish new photos from 4 different collections.
Each time the Rebbe distributed dollars, individuals were touched and lives were impacted. Presented here are photos of several highlights and encounters from Sunday Dollars of 14 Iyar 1991.
It's a great day when something new comes through the door; an unknown reel, a video, or new photos. We're pleased to share the latest and newest collection we received, the Lag B'omer photos of photographer Avraham Slavin.
The Living Archive in the process of restoring the collection of photographer Sam Shlagbaum. Presented here are restored photos from 26th of Adar 1991, exactly 28 years from Tuesday,.
Thanks to Zalman Goldstein, JEM has received a new collection of thousands of photos taken by his father Yossi Goldstein. The collection includes many unique pictures of the Rebbe, and scenes of Crown Heights and Israel in the early to mid-sixties.
Ever since the Rebbe instituted mivtzoim, (Jewish outreach), chassidim have gone out on Purim, spreading joy and Jewish pride. To army bases and hospitals, orphanages and street corners, everyone is encouraged to get involved and fulfill the mitzvos of the day.