In Search of Your European Roots: A Complete Guide to Tracing Your Ancestors in Every Country in Europe (Google eBook)
Offers information on locating birth, marriage, and death certificates, emigration registers, guild records, vaccination lists, census returns, church records, orphan lists, and other documentation necessary to trace an ancestor's European roots.
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Page 23 - The Jewish National and University Library serves a threefold purpose: it is the National Library of the State of Israel; the National Library of the Jewish People; and the Central Library of the Hebrew University.
Page 22 - It might be a marriage register from the 1840's or a mohel book from 1909, or a record book from the community, or they might not have anything for your community. However, if they do, you can arrange to purchase microfilm of other copies of the material. The address of the archive is: The Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People Hebrew University Campus PO Box 1149 Jerusalem, Israel It would also be worthwhile to write to them asking for their guide to the collection.