Professional correspondence, clippings, student papers, some early class work by Milgrom, notes, reprints, ephemera. His book
collection is particularly strong in Bible and rabbinic literature.
Rabbi, author, and University of California at Berkeley Professor Emeritus Biblical Studies Jacob Milgrom was born in Brooklyn,
New York on February 1, 1923. He studied at Brooklyn College before earning advanced degrees from the Jewish Theological
Seminary. In 1948 he married Jo Milgrom (nee Berman), a biblical scholar in her own right; they have four children. Jacob
Milgrom's research interests include Leviticus, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and Tannaitic literature; over the course of his distinguished
career he published five books and more than two hundred articles. He was named a fellow of the Guggenheim Foundation, a
fellow of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Jerusalem, and a senior fellow of the Algright Institute of Archaelogical
Research. Rabbi Milgrom retired in 1992. He and his wife now reside in Jerusalem, Israel.
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