Guide to the Temple Israel of the City of New York 100th Anniversary Book
1970

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Collection Overview

Creator: Temple Israel of the City of New York.
Title: Temple Israel of the City of New York 100th anniversary book
Dates: 1970
Size: 1 folder
Abstract:The collection contains a 1970 book celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Temple Israel of the City of New York, a Reform congregation located on New York's Upper East Side. The book contains a written history of the congregation since its inception as Congregation "Hand in Hand" in 1870 in Harlem.
Languages:Materials are in English.
Call No: 1994.016

About This Guide

Finding aid encoded June, 2009

Finding aid encoded in English.

Organizational Overview

Temple Israel of the City of New York is a Reform congregation located on New York's Upper East Side. The congregation began in 1870 as Congregation Hand in Hand (Yod B'Yod) in Harlem. Beginning as a congregation established by Orthodox German Jews, the synagogue gradually took on the Reform ritual. In addition to a synagogue, the congregation maintains an early childhood learning center and a religious school.

Scope and Contents

The collection contains a 1970 book celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Temple Israel of the City of New York. The book contains a written history of the congregation since its inception as Congregation Hand in Hand in 1870 in Harlem.

Index Terms

This collection has been indexed under the following terms:

Subjects:
Jews -- New York (State) -- New York
Synagogues -- New York (State) -- New York
Document Types:
Books

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