The curious case of MJM
Throughout 2016, Manchester Jewish Museum is taking "The Curious Case of MJM" to venues across Manchester, and Friday, 19 February sees it roll into The John Rylands Library.
The case contains some of the weirdest and wackiest objects from the MJM collection, including glass eyes, fox heads and a washboard used as a cricket bat!
During half-term the Library will also be showcasing amulets and charms from the collection of Moses Gaster, who was a Rabbi, scholar and Hebrew linguist.
No need to book, just drop in.
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John Rylands Research Institute and Library