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    • Arizona Highways, February 2006

    • Arizona Highways Magazine
    • Arizona; Arizona Highways Magazine; Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Arizona Highways showcases the people, places and things that make Arizona unique, from the spectacular landscapes and colorful history to the fascinating culture and endless adventure.
    • Reverse osmosis treatment of Central Arizona Project water for the city of Tucson

    • United States. Bureau of Reclamation.
    • Saline water conversion--Reverse osmosis process--Arizona; Water--Purification--Reverse osmosis process-- Arizona; Water-supply--Arizona--Tucson
    • 70 pages (PDF version). File size: 1.34 MB. Rev. ed. (first revision of original issued in November 1998). Col. ill. Maps. Includes bibliographic references.
    • Chorus Girls, 1954

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Beth El Congregation (Phoenix, Ariz.)
    • Women from Beth El Synagogue perform as chorus girls in the Mens Club Revue of 1954.
    • Women Baking for JCC Annual Fair, 1958

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • In this shot taken for the "Jewish News of Greater Phoenix," two women bake a cake for the Phoenix Jewish Community Center Annual Fair.
    • Hadassah Group Rehearsing, 1959

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America
    • Members of the Phoenix chapter of Hadassah rehearse for an upcoming show. Hadassah is a women's service organization that raises awareness and funds to promote development in Israel.
    • Queen Esther Candidates, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Beth El Congregation (Phoenix, Ariz.); Purim
    • Three Queen Esther candidates pose at the Beth El Purim Ball in 1951.
    • Bowery Dance at Phoenix Service Center, 1947

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; World War II
    • Women celebrate New York City culture at a dance held at the Phoenix Service Center. The Phoenix Service Center (339 West Washington Street), founded in 1941, provided assistance to military personnel passing through Phoenix on their way to foreign...
    • Beth El Sisterhood Gift Shop, 1955

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Beth El Congregation (Phoenix, Ariz.); Hanukkah
    • Women of the Beth El Congregation Sisterhood hold Hanukkah gifts for children in front of a display of menorahs.
    • Presentation Ball Debutantes, 1960

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • In a shot taken for the "Jewish News of Greater Phoenix," a group of young ladies poses in anticipation of a Presentation Ball to be held in their honor.
    • Hadassah Rummage Skit, 1962

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life: Hadassah
    • Hadassah members dress up in found items for a skit. The women, from left to right, are identified as: Mrs. Paula _eill, and Mmes. Herman Lipow, Charles Strull, Sam Robinson, and Jack Sawl (kneeling).
    • Women Gathered at Helen Hirsh's Home, 1952

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; National Council of Jewish Women
    • Members of the National Council of Jewish Women gathered at Helen Hirsh's home in February 1952. From left to right are: Norma Barer, Helen Hirsh, Mildred Alford, Jerry O'Brian, and Jeannette Greengard
    • Boy Scout Awards, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • Arizona Supreme Court Judges Charles Bernstein (far left) and Francis Donofrio (second from right) present awards to Boy Scouts in 1951. Bernstein was the first Jewish Supreme Court Chief Justice in Arizona history. He is known for his his ruling...
    • Jewish Community Council Campaign, 1950

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Beth El Congregation (Phoenix, Ariz.)
    • Members of the Jewish Community Council elect officers and campaign for a new center at Beth El Congregation in Phoenix. In 1951, the congregation relocated from its original location at Fourth and Fillmore Streets to a new sanctuary at Third...
    • Beth El Congregation Celebrates Israel's 3rd Anniversary, 1950

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Beth El Congregation (Phoenix, Ariz.)
    • Members of the Beth El Congregation celebrate Israel's 3rd anniversary in 1950. From left to right: Jerome Siegel (Vice President), Joan Pepper (Secretary), Morton Kirsch (President), Edith K. Baum, and Robert Weinstein (Treasurer).
    • Lew King and the Women's Division of the Israeli Symphony, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • Women from the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra present Lew King with a poster for the Orchestra's 1951 performance in Phoenix, conducted by a then-unknown Leonard Bernstein. Lew King was a local celebrity who became nationally known for hosting a...
    • Cione Dancers, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • Tap dancers dress up for a performance or photo shoot for Jack Cione's dance studio. Cione owned 14 dance studios in Phoenix and produced a television show in the 1940s.
    • Fashion Fittings, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Department stores
    • A group of women model clothing at Hanny's Department Store in downtown Phoenix.
    • Plaque for Jewish Servicemen, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Veterans
    • Members of the Jewish Community Council (915 North 4th Street) install a plaque recognizing Jewish servicemen. From left to right: Sam Brodsky, Bob Weinstein, Edith Baum, and Wally Levinson.
    • Beth Hebree Torah, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Orthodox Judaism; Torah
    • More than 500 people attended a Siyum Hatorah (completion of a sefer Torah) at Beth Hebree Congregation on April 29, 1951. The Torah was donated by Rabbi A.L. Krohn of Temple Beth Israel. Beth Hebree Congregation, also known as Beth Hebrew and...
    • Miss Israel 1950

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • Miss Israel 1950, Miriam Yaron, greets a man identified as Captain Berner at a Phoenix area airport. Yaron, born in Germany in 1929 and living in Brazil in 1950, was the first winner of the Miss Israel beauty pageant.
    • Map of Phoenix, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • Members of the Phoenix Jewish Community Council contemplate a map of Phoenix in 1951. The man on the left is Sam Brodsky, and the woman pointing at the map is Edith Baum.
    • Cione Demonstration, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • Dancers, led by Jack Cione, rehearse for "Krazy Kapers" in a promotional shot for the "Jewish News of Greater Phoenix," taken at Jack Cione's dance studio. Cione owned 14 dance studios in Phoenix and produced a television show in the 1940s.
    • Sign Installation at New Phoenix Jewish Community Center, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • Morrie Hershman and Sidney Pickelner hold the sign for the new Phoenix Jewish Community Center, while Edith K. Baum points. The center opened at 2211 North Central Avenue in December 1951 and was used until the permanent center at 1510 East...
    • Temple Players Demonstrating Kazatzka, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Jewish theater
    • Male Temple Players dress in Russian style and demonstrate the Kazatzka for an article in the "Jewish News of Greater Phoenix."
    • The Smith Boys, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Halloween
    • Three men, identified by the photographer as "The Smith Boys," dress up for Halloween in 1951.
    • Israel Bond Drive, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • A representative of the Israel Bond Drive, identified as Mr. Samuel, speaks to Phoenix community members about investing in a brand new program. The Israel Bond Drive, lanched in 1951 and still in existence today, raises money for the development...
    • AZA-BBG Party at Bud Brown's Barn, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Aleph Zadik Aleph; B'nai B'rith Girls
    • Aleph Zadik Aleph (AZA) and B'nai B'rith Girls (BBG) are social and leadership organizations for Jewish teens. From left to right, Milton Liebhaler, Annette Eugie, Barbara Goor, and Jack Waltnick attend an event at Bud Brown's Barn, a...
    • Phoenix Jewish Community Center Inauguration, 1951

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • Young couples dance at a celebration held on December 8, 1951. Four hundred people attended a dedication ceremony commemorating the Jewish Community Center's move to 2211 N. Central Avenue. The site was leased from the estate of the late Dwight B....
    • Testimonial Dinner at Beth El, 1952

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Beth El Congregation (Phoenix, Ariz.)
    • Joe Cohen speaks at a testimonial dinner at Beth El Congregation for the Phoenix United Jewish Welfare Fund.
    • Boy Scout Troop #31, 1952

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; B'nai B'rith Youth Organization; Boy Scouts
    • Members of Boy Scout Troop #31 of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization at the Phoenix Jewish Community Center demonstrate knots at the Arizona State Fairgrounds.
    • Golden Age Club, 1952

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • Members of the Phoenix Community Center's Golden Age Club pose inside the building. The Golden Age Club provided socialization and programming for senior members of the Jewish community.
    • Golden Age Club Gathering, 1952

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • Members of the Phoenix Jewish Community Center's Golden Age Club pose inside the building. The Golden Age Club provided socialization and programming for senior members of the Jewish community.
    • Toe Dancer for March of Dimes, 1952

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; March of Dimes
    • In this publicity shot for the "Jewish News of Greater Phoenix," a ballet dancer and the organizing committee advertise an upcoming dance benefitting the March of Dimes. The poster says "Dance So They Can Walk." At the time this photo was taken in...
    • Temple Young Marrieds, 1955

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • In a shot taken for the "Jewish News of Greater Phoenix," members of a club called the Temple Young Marrieds pose in character for a publicity shot advertising an upcoming dance at Bud Brown's Barn.
    • Boys with Bicycle, 1955

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • Young boys, including a Boy Scout, play with a Huffy bicycle donated to the Phoenix Jewish Community Center by Phoenix Hardware.
    • Eleanor Roosevelt Radio Interview, 1947

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; United Jewish Appeal; CBS Broadcasting Inc.
    • Eleanor Roosevelt endorses the United Jewish Appeal in a radio interview with KPHO in March 1947. The United Jewish Appeal was a philanthropic organization dedicated to raising funds to assist Jews living in Europe and Palestine.
    • Karl B. Justus at United Jewish Appeal Dinner, 1947

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; United Jewish Appeal
    • Reverend Karl Bennet Justice (far left) attends and speaks at a dinner for the United Jewish Appeal at the Silver Spur. Bennet was a military chaplain and the Western Regional Representative for the National Conference of Christians and Jews from...
    • JCC Picnic at Saguaro Lake, 1947

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • Male members of the Phoenix Jewish Community Center play tug-of-war while ladies look on at a picnic at Saguaro Lake in 1947.
    • Children on Rollerskates, 1956

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • In a photo taken for the "Jewish News of Greater Phoenix," five children skate at the Phoenix Jewish Community Center.
    • Sheila Singer, 1957

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Yom Kippur; Temple Beth Israel (Phoenix, Ariz.)
    • Sheila Singer holds a poster for the 1957 Yom Kippur dance at Temple Beth Israel.
    • AZA Fundraiser, 1958

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life; Aleph Zadik Aleph
    • In a promotional shot for the "Jewish News of Greater Phoenix," members of Aleph Zadik Aleph present tickets to a man identified as "Mr. Kissler." AZA is an international fraternal organization for young Jewish men.
    • Charles Korrick, 1959

    • Markow Photography
    • Jewish life
    • Charles Korrick was a prominent merchant and Jewish leader in Phoenix. He immigrated from Poland in 1900 to work with his brother Sam, who had opened a shop called the New York Store in the location where the Phoenix Convention Center now stands....

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