The Hanukkah lamp was a gift from Bertha Hirschland Cohn to her husband, Julius. Bertha worked with the goldsmith to design the lamp.

Necklace with five squared plates with six rows of silver beads between each, three pendants hanging from three central plates; on central pendant two coins: two Annas, India 1887/1888/Victoria Emp

Spice container in fish form has moveable scales, blue glass (or stone?) eyes. The head is detachable.

The use of amulets is widespread in Jewish, Christian and Muslim popular belief. Amulets may be made of metal, wood, stone or parchment/paper.

Pair of arm bracelets. The three recessed bands each have four oval carnelians; engraved wavy banner motif frames each stone on a narrow rim gilded background.

The elaborate decoration on this wedding cup includes fleur-de-lis motif on plate and cup. The lower section of the cup is scalloped. Rows of zigzag are faintly incised above.

The Torah Pointer has a pendant rocaille cartouche that bears the town hallmark, Frankfurt/Main, and the initials of the silversmith Rotger Herfurth (1722-1776).

Three tiered plate enclosed by curtain, surmounted by six figures supporting various forms of vessels for ritual foods within cut out balustrade flanked by perched eagles.

These cups are engraved with the monograms "LC" and "MP", for Lore Cohn and Max Pagener. The LC cup was used by Eleanor (Lore) Cohn for Shabbat and holidays.

Chicagoan Isadore Turner (ca. 1882-1966) served for fifty years as a leader in the local Zionist movement.