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JWeekly: Angel Island Heritage foundation to honor The Magnes.

JWeekly: Angel Island Heritage foundation to honor The Magnes.

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The Magnes to be presented with The Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation's Immigrant Heritage Award for its “exemplary model of heritage research collections” and its “remarkably diverse archives” that track the migration of Jews from around the world to the American West.
The Magnes to be presented with The Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation's Immigrant Heritage Award for its “exemplary model of heritage research collections” and its “remarkably diverse archives” that track the migration of Jews from around the world to the American West.

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9/24/13Angel Island heritage foundation to honor Magnes | j. the Jewish news weekly of Northern Californiawww.jweekly.com/article/full/69646/angel-island-heritage-foundation-to-honor-magnes/1/2
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andThe Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life in Berkeley willreceive an award at the Angel Island Immigration StationFoundation’s fall gala in San Francisco on Sept. 27.The Magnes will be presented with the foundation’sImmigrant Heritage Award for its “exemplary model of heritage research collections” and its “remarkably diverse archives” that track the migrationof Jews from around the world to the American West.Thefundraisingdinner and gala, “ImmigrantDreams/HeroVoices,” will begin at 6p.m.at the Westin St. Francis;ticketsstart at $250. Director and actress Joan Chen is the honorary co-chair,andlongtimeBay Area broadcast journalist Jan Yanehiro will betheemcee. For moreinformation, visithttp://www.aiisf.org. 
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