2 edition of six year history of the Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan Houston found in the catalog.
six year history of the Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan Houston
Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan Houston.
1943 by The Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan Houston in Houston .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||F394.H8 J4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 (i.e. 40)|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||45014918|
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Furman, who currently is writing a book about the history of Jewish life in Houston, will serve as the inaugural director of the archive. The study of Jewish life in Houston and South Texas touches on themes of central importance to understanding ethnic history in the U.S., according to Dr.
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The Young Israel of Houston is an Orthodox synagogue located in the heart of southwest Houston, Texas. We have been a community institution providing minyamin, shiurim and exciting programming for over 25 years.
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The healing has begun, we Author: Mason Lerner.No one can believe that they are dealing with flooding for the second time in less than a year and, like last time, some of the hardest hit areas are in the hub of Jewish life.
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