- The Jewish Agency Haggadah Links
- Wikisource Hebrew Haggadah Page
- The Union Haggadah (CCAR Classical Reform)
- Haggadah According to the Rite of Yemen: with the Arabic-Hebrew
- The Kol Menachem Haggadah: Nusach Haarizal, by Chaim Miller
Download Hebrew Haggadahs here.
My new Haggadah is not free - but it is really fantastic!
|An illustration of King David praising G-d in a rare Haggadah published in 1710 in Frankfurt am Maine, Germany|
The central Chabad-Lubavitch library in New York made 1,000 Passover Haggadahs, many of them rare, available on the Internet for browsing by the public. The Agudas Chasidei Chabad Library has one of the largest collections of the Passover orders of service in the world.
Housed at the Lubavitch World Headquarters, the library's Haggadah collection began years ago with a nucleus of some 400 volumes purchased on behalf of the Sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, of righteous memory, by renowned collector and bibliographer Shmuel Wiener in 1924.
The posting at ChabadLibraryBooks.com represents close to half of the library's total Haggadah collection and is part of chief librarian Rabbi Sholom Ber Levine's goal of making the library more accessible to the public. All told, the library possesses more than 2,200 editions of the Haggadah. Although the rarest of the books, all handwritten, are not yet available, Levine is looking for ways to post them next year. Hebrew Books, directed by Chaim Rosenberg, collaborated on the project.