a) Der Weg (The Road)
b) Di Tzait (The Time)
c) Di Shtime (The Voice)
d) Prensa Israelita (Jewish Press)
a) Meksikaner Shriftn (Mexican Compositions)
b) Foroys (Forward)
c) Tribuna Israelita (Jewish Forum)
d) Sovietish Heimland (Soviet Fatherland)
e) Tzukunft (The Future)
The periodical library specializes in Jewish subjects. It is made up of yearbooks, bulletins, pamphlets, magazines and all kinds of miscellaneous newspapers. The material was created in: Mexico, the United States, Israel, the USSR, Poland, etc. Various languages such as Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Spanish, English, Russian and Polish can be found there.
a) DER WEG (THE ROAD). SPECIAL NUMBER TO CELEBRATE THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY (JANUARY 1930-1940)
This publication celebrated ten years of existence of Der Weg newspaper. M. Rosenberg, its editor, commented that the anniversary of this publication also recalled twenty years of Jewish immigration from Eastern Europe into Mexico. The Center of Documentation and Investigation today has 6 specimens of that yearbook.
b) COLEGIO ISRAELITA DE MÉXICO
The first community school opened its doors on December 28, 1924 under the name of Colegio Israelita de México, which is still in operation. The yearbooks published by the school are a source of information for the history of the institution. The Center of Documentation and Investigation has the yearbooks published from 1937 to 1994.
The CDICA has the following newspapers:
Centro Deportivo Israelita (Jewish Sports Center), Der Weg (The Road), Der Yid (The Jew), Di Idishe Welt (The Jewish World), Di Shtime (The Voice), Di Tzait (The Time) , Kesher (Contact), La Voz de la Kehilá (The Voice of the Kehillah), La Voz Sionista (The Zionist Voice), The Day, The Jerusalem Post and Tu Mundo (Your World).
a) DER WEG (The Road)