The Saul Brodsky Jewish Community
Library is the St. Louis community's central and comprehensive source
for Judaica. Established in 1983 through the generosityof the Saul
Brodsky family and with the continued support of the Jewish Federation
of St. Louis and the St. Louis community, the Brodsky Library has
become one of the finest Judaic libraries in the midwest and an
invaluable Jewish resource for the community.
The more than 22,000 volume collection of the Brodsky Library covers
every aspect of Judaism. The library also has large collections
of cds, dvds and periodicals and houses the St. Louis Jewish Community Archives.
Brodsky Summer Reading Club
If you were unable to join us on August 10, stop by the library to pick up your club prizes. Don't forget to bring your reading minutes booklet.
Donate to the Brodsky Library online!
Click here to become a Friend of the Library.
Click here for a tribute or book fund donation.
Click here to make a donation in honor of a child's birthday.
Go to Our Collection for info on the St. Louis Jewish Community Archives.
The Brodsky Library is a department of the