The museum’s collection includes dozens of Jewish posters from the interwar period. They are posters of events of political parties and organizations, as well as posters of various cultural events. Among them are the posters of the international Zionist revisionist organization “Betar”, which was founded in Latvia, as well as the religious Zionist party “Mizrahi” and posters of other parties. Posters of Riga Jewish Theater performances and various concerts from various Latvian cities have been preserved. Several posters can be seen in the exhibition of the museum: for example, the advertising poster of the Jewish newspaper “Frimorgn” and the election poster of the United List of Jewish Merchants and Industrialists. The posters in the museum collection were printed in Riga, Liepāja, Saldus, Daugavpils, Kuldīga and other Latvian cities. The language of the posters is mostly Yiddish with Latvian translation, there are also some posters in German (mostly from Kurzeme). The posters are vivid evidence of the active political, social and cultural life of Jews in the period of independent Latvia in the 20s-30s. years.