She bought me
- Seth Rogovoy's book "The Essential Klezmer: A Music Lover's Guide to Jewish Roots and Soul Music, from the Old World to the Downtown Avante-Garde"
- Klezmer drummer, and NEA Heritage Fellowship awardee Elaine Hoffman Watts album, "A Living Tradition."
- The brand spankin' new 3 CD set "Cantors, Klezmorim, and Crooners 1905-1953: Classic Yiddish 78's from the Mayrent Collection"
- The audio tapes "Tradition - Itzhak Perlman plays Popular Jewish Melodies", "Klezmer Conservatory Band: Yiddishe Renaissance" and "Chava Albertstein - Yiddish Songs." Tapes, Gram? Guess I can't sell my current car. Ever.
- David Benedict's "Shofar Service" 1976. Sheet Music
- Sidney Sukoenig's "May The Words, for mixed choir and organ." 1953. Sheet Music
- Jill Gellerman's "A Survey of Influences on Hasidic Dance." 2009. Pamphlet.
- A 1984-1985 copy of the Journal of Jewish Music and Liturgy.
- Advertisements for a "The Jewish People's Philharmonic Chorus" concert (June in New York City), KlezCalifornia (February in Palo Alto), and Ilana Cravitz book "Klezmer Fiddle: A How-To Guide"