Rosh Hashanah postcard with a Torah scroll in the center. Text on the scroll reads : "And in the seventh month, on the first day of the month, you shall have a holy convocation: you shall do no manner of servile work; it is a day of blowing the horn unto you."
Rosh Hashanah postcard with a portion of the Ma Tovu prayer, recited by Jews upon entering the synagogue : "But as for me, let my prayer be unto Thee, O Lord, in an acceptable time; O God, in the abundance of Thy mercy, answer me with the truth of Thy salvation."
Rosh Hashanah postcard depicting the priestly blessing : "May the Lord bless you and guard you; May the Lord make His face shed light upon you and be gracious unto you; May the Lord lift up His face unto you and give you peace."
Rosh Hashanah postcard with an excerpt of the liturigical poem Unetanneh Tokef, which is recited during the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur liturgy : "On Rosh Hashanah will be inscribed and on Yom Kippur will be sealed."
Raised relief Rosh Hashanah postcard depicting lifting the Torah in synagogue, with texts from Proverbs. Above, text excerpted from Proverbs 3:18 : "She is a tree of life to them that lay hold upon her." The Torah scroll is opened to Proverbs 9:11 : "For by me thy days shall be multiplied, and the years of thy life shall be increased."
Rosh Hashanah postcard with a portion of the Ma Tovu prayer, recited by Jews upon entering the synagogue : "But as for me, let my prayer be unto Thee, O Lord, in an acceptable time; answer me with the truth of Thy salvation."
Rosh Hashanah postcard depicting the Simchat Torah tradition of Kol HaNe'arim. The postcard includes a Yiddish poem : "Small children under the tallis / Exactly like little birds in a nest / Also keep yourselves together / As the Torah holds you fast."
Rosh Hashanah postcard with text excerpted from Isaiah 2:3 : "For out of Zion shall go forth the law." With text above the ark from Psalm 113:3 : "From the rising of the sun unto the going down thereof the Lord's name is to be praised."