Mount Zion Hebrew Congregation records, 1853-1958.


Mount Zion Hebrew Congregation records, 1853-1958.

Historical data (1902-1956) on the congregation, including constitution and bylaws; correspondence and related papers providing information on its routine business and activities (1870-1957), membership and dues, Mount Zion Cemetery affairs (1870-1930s), various Jewish religious and social organizations with which the congregation had contact, the new temple constructed at Holly and Avon streets (1900-1910), activity of Jews in World War I (1918-1920s), anti-Semitism in Germany and the U.S. (1930s), Jewish refugees (1930s-1940s), the military service of congregation members during World War II, and the new temple at Summit and Hamline avenues (1950-1955).

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