• Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel (silk-screen print)
  • Joseph P. Kennedy Foundation for Special Olympics, Washington, DC (Hadbakah)
  • Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial, Jerusalem, Israel (Hadbakah)
  • Knesset, Jerusalem, Israel (Hadbakah)
  • Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Simi Valley, CA (silk-screen print)
  • National Endowment for the Arts Library, Washington, DC (silk-screen print)
  • World Union of Progressive Judaism, Israel (Hadbakah)
  • Skirball Museum, Hebrew Union College, Los Angeles, CA (silk-screen print)
  • Brandeis University Library, Waltham, MA (silk-screen print)
  • Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY (silk-screen print)
  • Plotkin Judaica Museum, Phoenix, AZ (silk-screen print & Hadbakah)
  • Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, DC (silk-screen prints)
  • Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington, Washington, DC (silk-screen print)
  • Nashville Jewish Community Center, Nashville, TN (silk-screen print)
  • Canadian Jewish Congress, Montreal, Canada (silk-screen print)
  • B'nai Israel Synagogue, Rockville, MD (8 hadbakahs)
  • Beth El Synagogue, Bethesda, MD (Hadbakah & silk-screen prints)
  • Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, MD (silk-screen prints)
  • Suburban Hospital, Bethesda, MD (silk-screen print)
  • Taylor Manor Hospital, Ellicott City, MD (10 Hadbakahs)
  • B'nai B'rith Women's Children's Home, Jerusalem, Israel (Hadbakah)
  • Bethesda Presbyterian Church, Bethesda, MD. (Hadbakah & silk-screen prints)
  • Jerusalem Great Synagogue, Israel (Mezuzahs)
Works by Selma Hurwitz can also be found in a number of Synagogues and Centers in the United States.
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