Synagogue of Congregation Kenesseth Israel, Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Title

Synagogue of Congregation Kenesseth Israel, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Subject

Religion; Synagogues; Synagogue Buildings; Kenesseth Israel

Description

View showing the front exterior of the Synagogue Kenesseth Israel. Kenesseth Israel was formed sometime in the late 19th century from the combined congregations of Ohel Jacob and Beth Midrash Hagodol on Minneapolis's North Side. The congregation was Orthodox, active, and engaging of newly arrived immigrants, providing them with medical care and free shelter. The culturally and religiously important Minneapolis Talmud Torah grew out of Kenesseth Israel's Hebrew School. The building shown here was located in the middle of the block on 6th Avenue North and Lyndale Avenue North.

Date

1900?

Rights

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Format

Black-and-white photographs

Type

Still Image

Identifier

977

Extent

20.3 x 25.4 centimeters

Citation

“Synagogue of Congregation Kenesseth Israel, Minneapolis, Minnesota,” Gallery, accessed January 31, 2023, http://gallerytemp.reclaim.hosting/items/show/5758.