Letter to Jane L. Raisin from her husband, Jacob S. Raisin, regarding his travels abroad. The letter addresses reading letters from the family, the end of his Mediterranean trip, his upcoming boat trip back to America, and some of his time in France.
Postcard with a black-and-white reproduction of the first panel of a tapestry at L'église Saint-Jean-Saint-François depicting the miracle of the Rue de Billetts, in which a Jew living in Paris was accused of stabbing a communion wafer, causing blood to flow from it.
Black-and-white photographic postcard of the war memorial to the memory of soldiers, resistance fighters, and those who died in the concentration camps during World War II. The memorial is located inside of the Grand Synagogue of Paris.