The Nebraska Jewish Historical Society and The Carl Frohm Archival Center collect and preserve records from families who settled in Nebraska and Eastern Iowa during the mid-nineteenth and twenty centuries. We are continually documenting the stories of the people who raised their families, built their businesses, organized synagogues and participated in the civic development and economic growth of their new homeland.

Our archives include paper and oral evidence as well as photographic, historical records and artifacts that re-create the history of our Jewish community in an effort to offer a lasting heritage for our children and grandchildren.