The Breman Museum’s Library houses an extensive collection of both primary and secondary sources related to Southern Jewish History and Holocaust Education. This Jewish history library actively loans educational resources such as maps, posters, and a wide array of books and films. However, periodicals, city directories, and rare books must be viewed in house under librarian supervision.
Please note that while admission to our library and archives is free, guests utilizing these resources must pay museum admission before viewing any exhibitions.
Walk-in guests are welcome to view the library’s holdings during the museum’s regular hours. If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment to visit our Jewish history library, please contact our Librarian, Maureen MacLaughlin, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678-222-3752.