Through their dedication to the Aron Museum and their interest in Judaica, the Ginsbergs inspired their son Arthur to collect Jewish ceremonial art objects. In 1985, Arthur Ginsberg donated a unique pewter and silver Purim gragger to the Aron Museum in honour of his parents.


We can see by this generous gift that the Ginsbergs did not only leave their family's legacy to the Temple Emanu-El-Beth Sholom community, but they also helped to ensure that future generations of their family would continue to contribute to this legacy.