HOHENEMS: Print

REFERENCES:

Beit Hachaim: Haus des Lebens; Der juedische Friedhof in Hohenems. Mit Fotografien von Arno Gisinger, Eva Grabherr. Katalog der Ausstellung im Juedischen Museum von Hohenems, vom 30. Apr. bis 12. Juli 1992. [Hohenems, Juedisches Museum, 1992] 64 p. illus. 23 cm. Edited by Eva Grabherr and Arno Gisinger. ID # GT 3247 H6 B4 source: Leo Baeck Institute http://www.lbi.org/ .

Der Hohenemser Judenfriedhof im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert by Bernhard Purin, in 1989 [The Hohenems Jewish Cem. in 17th & 18th c.] in: Montfort [Quarterly] 3/4 1989, pp.232-238. A conscientious listing from various sources; earliest is a child, no name, buried in 1640. Also note that there is a Jewish Museum and archive with computerized data [in PAF software], Schweizer Strasse 5, A-6845 Hohenems [Vorarlberg]. Source: George Arnstein at Leo Baeck Institute: http://www.lbi.org/ . ID # GT 3247 H6 P8

Der juedische Friedhof in Hohenems/by Rothschild, Lothar, 1909-1974 Dornbirn: Vorarlberger Verlagsanstalt, 1967. [8] p. 23 cm. Offprint of Montfort, no. 3, 1967. ID # GT 3247 H6 R6 source: http://www.lbi.org/ ., NY.

Der Israelitische Friedhof in Hohenems / von Aron Taenzer (1871- 1937). Hohenems: Selbstverlag des Verfassers, 1901. 45 p. fold. plan. 25 cm. "Separat-Abdruck aus der demnaechst erscheinenden 'Geschichte der Juden in Hohenems'." ID # GT 3247 H6 T3 source: http://www.lbi.org/ ., NY. also see Voarlburg

 

CEMETERY: Cemetery existed since the 1700s and is still active. The Jewish Museum is computerizing all gravestone inscriptions and local history. The data is not available yet [1999] but will eventually be sold on a CD. Until then, they are willing to answer questions about burials. Contact and source: Mag. Eva Grabherr (Muesumsleitung), Juedisches Museum, Villa Heinmann-Rosenthal, Schweizer Strasse 5, A-6845 Hohenems.

Burials began in 1617. Source: Itamar Danziger This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it [October 2001]