The exhibition presents the wedding customs of the Jews of Iraq, in the late 19th century and in the first half of the 20th century. In the center of the space is a double bedroom, in the lobby there are wedding invitations, special addresses, and memorabilia, traditional bride and groom clothes, and wedding photographs featuring 50 years of fashion. The testimony video of women who married in Iraq in the 1940s, introduces to the visitor the personal angle, with a retrospective look at the wedding and the following hours.
The Voice of a Groom and the Voice of a Bride
Updated: Oct 26, 2021
Excerpt from Exhibition: The Voice of a Groom and the Voice of a Bride, Items from Iraq, late 19th Century. Donations: Bride hat - Ida Hugi from her father's collection, Avraham al-Kabir; Groom hat - Baruch (Jamil) and Carmela; Bride dress - Ahuva Dallal in memory of her mother Naima Siti; Robe - Aliza Agassi's in memory of the late Menashe Matalon