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The Jewish-American Hall of Fame owns all of the rights to the medal designs and videos that it has commissioned, and the text on its website (other than “Antisemitic Bigotry as Chronicled by Historical Medals” by Dr. Benjamin Weiss and Jewish Crossword Puzzles by R. Bernard Mann).

Requests for reproduction of photographic material from the Jewish-American Hall of Fame must be received in writing.

Once your request is reviewed, a Jewish-American Hall of Fame representative will contact you with further information pertaining to your specific request, including any relevant fees. In general, there are no fees for usage by non-profit organizations when proper credit is given.

Here are examples of the reproduction of Jewish-American Hall of Fame images:

Excerpts from video interview with Robert “Rosie” Rosenthal, permission granted for use in documentary for Apple TV+, “The Bloody Hundredth,” produced by Herzog & Company, with Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman as the executive producers.

Private stamps commemorating Haym Salomon, produced by the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.

Cover of “For God and Country” by James Arcuri, Identity Features Publishing.

Cover of “Yearning to Breathe Free, Jews in Gilded Age America” edited by A. D. Mendelsohn and J. D. Sarna, Princeton University Press.

The Forward, on Facebook.

On this day in history (1660): Asser Levy became the first
licensed kosher butcher in New Amsterdam.

The Haym Salomon Institute, Randy Bellous Productions, Inc., on YouTube.

Request from the Art Museum in Lafayette, Indiana to show the image of the medal which President Eisenhower awarded to Irving Berlin in thanks and recognition of his outstanding contributions to America at the end of free concert celebrating Jewish American composers, when everyone will be singing Berlin’s  “God Bless America.”

“The Diary of Asser Levy: First Jewish Citizen of New York”by Daniela Weil, Pelican Publishing, used a drawing based on a Jewish-American Hall of Fame medal: