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American Antisemitism
Rate card from Barrett's Bald Mountain House (a hotel) prohibiting Jewish patronage. The card notes: Applications from Hebrews not desired; Consumption being classed as a contagious disease, we are compelled to direct persons afflicted with it to sanitary institutions; No dogs allowed.
Rate card from Barrett's Bald Mountain House (a hotel) prohibiting Jewish patronage. The card notes: Applications from Hebrews not desired; Consumption being classed as a contagious disease, we are compelled to direct persons afflicted with it to sanitary institutions; No dogs allowed.
—USHMM #22526B/Courtesy of The Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake, New York
During the 1930s, prejudice toward Jews was widespread in American culture and everyday social life. Universities limited the admission of Jewish students through informal quotas. Certain neighborhoods and social clubs excluded Jews.

The Museum’s exhibitions are supported by the Lester Robbins and Sheila Johnson Robbins Traveling and Special Exhibitions Fund, established in 1990.

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