- Black-and-white offset print reproduction with portraits of Jewish individuals prominent in London during the late 19th century. Includes the following: Rev. Professor David Woolf Marks, Baron Henry de Worms, Dr. Henry Behrend, Sir Phillip Magnus, Samuel Montagu, Joseph Sebag Montefiore, Sir Albert Sassoon, Benjamin Louis Cohen, Dr. Michael Friedländer, Sir John Simon, Frederick David Mocatta, Rev. Dr. Hermann Adler, Rev. Dr. Moses Gaster, Sir Julian Goldsmid, and Rev. Dr. Nathan Marcus Adler.
- Print reproduction of Leopold Pilichowski's painting The Opening of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, depicting the ceremonies held on April 1, 1925. Notables, including Herbert Samuel, Chaim Weizmann, Nahum Sokolow, Hayim Nahman Bialik, and Chief Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, are grouped about Arthur Balfour, who is seen delivering the inaugural address.
- Black-and-white print with portraits of prominent Hungarian Jews, including: Ágai Adolf, Mezei Mór, Ormodi Bertalan, Bertalan Stiller, Rabbi Kohn Sámuel, Bródy Zsigmond, Tenczer Pál, and Fenyvessy Adolf.