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    • All Sisterhood Tea

    • All Sisterhood Tea
    • Unknown
    • Sisterhoods; synagogues
    • Sisterhood Presidents from Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Mesa synagogues plan the annual All Sisterhood Tea. From left: Mrs. Joseph Lagman of Temple Beth Isreal, Mrs. Louis Rosenberg of Beth El, Mrs. David Kalish of Beth Hebrew, Mrs. Milton Guren of...
    • Temple Beth El Men's Club Variety Show, 1953

    • Temple Beth El Men's Club Variety Show, 1953
    • Unknown
    • synagogues;
    • Participants in Temple Beth El Men's Club Variety Show are: (back row): Norma Barer, Arlene Fineg, Ruth Alpert, Shirley Gelfand; (front row): Helen Lewkowitz, Don Kayler, Jo Liebhaber.
    • Arizona Jewish Historical Society, 2001

    • Arizona Jewish Historical Society, 2001
    • Unknown
    • Synagogues; Arizona Jewish Historical Society; Temple Beth Israel (Phoenix, Ariz.)
    • Kenneth and Lynda Diamond view photos on display at the November 18, 2001 rally to save the Culver Street synagogue. The building housed Phoenix's Jewish house of worship, Temple Beth Israel.
    • Future Home of Temple Beth Shalom of Sun City, 1969

    • Future Home of Temple Beth Shalom of Sun City, 1969
    • Unknown
    • synagogues; Jewish Community Center
    • Temple Beth Shalom of Sun City was established in 1969 as a reform congregation and Jewish Community Center. In 1971 Rabbi Albert A. Michels became the first rabbi of the temple. Today, Temple Beth Shalom is the home of the Northwest Valley...
    • Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood and Brotherhood, 1977

    • Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood and Brotherhood, 1977
    • Unknown
    • Synagogues; Temple Beth Israel (Phoenix, Ariz.)
    • Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood and Brotherhood members plan an old fashioned western party. Seated: Don Sachs, Lee Lory, Oscar Roth; and standing: Sylvia Silverman, Joan Sachs, Marvin Lory, Morry Worshill.
    • Temple Beth Israel Jewish Heritage Tour to Israel, 1972

    • Temple Beth Israel Jewish Heritage Tour to Israel, 1972
    • Unknown
    • Synagogues; Israel
    • Members of Temple Beth Israel travel to Israel together. Travelers include Rabbi and Mrs. Plotkin, Mrs. and Mmes. Max Rosenkranz, Solon Lewinthal, Morton Edelman, Nat Spector, Marvin Folkman, Maurice Grant, Allen Markoe, Mmes. Anna Wist, Constance...
    • Beth El Art Tour, 1975

    • Beth El Art Tour, 1975
    • Unknown
    • synagogues
    • The Beth El Art Tour exhibits works of art for sale. Pictured are: Dr. Paul Steingard, Linda Ferguson, Dr. Mark Saperstein, Leni Reiss, and Shelly Reiss.
    • Beth Hebrew, 1964

    • Beth Hebrew, 1964
    • Unknown
    • Synagogues
    • Beth Hebrew Sisterhood President, Mrs. David Kalish (left), and Beth Hebrew Mother's Auxilary President, Mrs. Fred Loewy (right), welcome Rabbi Adam Newberger, his wife (center) and his daughter, Mrs. Robert Sichek, at the synagogue's open house.
    • Beth Emeth Purim Celebration, 1977

    • Beth Emeth Purim Celebration, 1977
    • Unknown
    • Synagogues; Holidays, Jewish; Purim
    • Members of Congregation Beth Emeth are dressed up for Purim festivities at the annual costume party in Sun City.
    • Temple Solel Confirmation, 1983

    • Temple Solel Confirmation, 1983
    • Unknown
    • Synagogues; Jewish youth;
    • Temple Solel's 1983 confirmation class is (front row from left): Kathy Feldman, Julie Landau, Stacey Tarquinio, Julie Weber, Amy Shapiro; (back row from left): Rabbi Maynard Bell, Paul Ulan, Todd Belfer, Tammy Lustgarten, Jeff Nufeld, Adam...
    • Temple B'rith Shalom

    • Temple B'rith Shalom
    • Unknown
    • Synagogues
    • This photograph shows the interior of Temple B'rith Shalom in Prescott. Prior to 1997 there was no permanent synagogue in Prescott. Members of the community held services and celebrated holidays in homes and community centers. As the Jewish...
    • Temple Beth Israel Accreditation, 1980

    • Temple Beth Israel Accreditation, 1980
    • Unknown
    • Jewish schools; Synagogues
    • Temple Beth Israel's religious school received an award of accreditation during the 52nd General Assembly of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Pictured from left are: Rabbi Albert Plotkin; President of Beth Israel, Bernard Fogelson;...
    • Temple Beth Sholom of Mesa, 1988

    • Temple Beth Sholom of Mesa, 1988
    • Unknown
    • Synagogues
    • Temple Beth Sholom of Mesa was established in 1949. In 2000, the congregation moved to a new location in Chandler. In 1987, Temple Beth Sholom hired the Valley's first female rabbi, Bonnie Koppell.
    • Temple Beth Israel Adds New Wing, 1966

    • Temple Beth Israel Adds New Wing, 1966
    • Unknown
    • Temple Beth Israel (Phoenix, Ariz.); synagogues
    • In 1966, construction began on a new wing for Temple Beth Israel. The two-story addition was designed to house the library, museum, and classrooms. Participating in the groundbreaking are (from left): Mr. Gilmore Kahnweiler, Mr. Martin Jacobs,...
    • Sherman Minkoff, 1999

    • Sherman Minkoff, 1999
    • Unknown
    • synagogues; minyan
    • Sherman Minkoff reads from the torah during a daily minyan at Beth El Congregation.
    • Jewish Education at Temple Chai, 1997

    • Jewish Education at Temple Chai, 1997
    • Unknown
    • synagogues;
    • During Temple Chai's Jewish education class, "A Taste of Judaism! Are you Curious", Sharona Feller explains that a 'yad' - translated as hand - is used to point to the words in the Torah, so that it does not become damaged by skin oils.
    • Har Zion Builds New Kitchen, 2001

    • Har Zion Builds New Kitchen, 2001
    • Unknown
    • synagogues;
    • Rabbi Mark Bisman helps break ground for the new kitchen at the Har Zion Congregation in Scottsdale. Har Zion president Sandy Karpen addresses the crowd from the podium.
    • Temple Emanuel's First Shabbat, 1976

    • Temple Emanuel's First Shabbat, 1976
    • Unknown
    • synagogues
    • Rabbi Gershon Blackmore, Mrs. Sam Daniel, Mrs. Jerry Hirsch, and daughter Kari uncover the giant challah for the blessing at Temple Emanuel's first Oneg Shabbat. 250 people attended the congregation's first service in June of 1976.
    • Joyous Dedication, 1985

    • Joyous Dedication, 1985
    • Unknown
    • synagogues
    • Cantorial Soloist Sharona Feller (left), Temple Chai President Susan Magalnick (center), and Rabbi William Berk affix a mezuzah on the door of Temple Chai's new eight room school building during the dedication celebration.

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