In connection with the German Traces New York portal, I would like to explore an often forgotten part of the population of the German Lower East Side and Yorkville, and this is the German-speaking Jewish population. 1/3 of the German immigrants on the Lower East Side around the turn of the century were Jewish, yet the sites that relate to these German-Jewish immigrants (as opposed to the majority of Jewish immigrants who came from Eastern Europe) are generally overlooked. Even the German Traces New York website has no particularly Jewish historical sites in the city. We will provide them here. This portal is a working product of the Leo Baeck Institute, a German-Jewish library and archive in New York, New York.