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My shul used to be here. We can never go home again. It just doesnt work. COPYRIGHT PAT MORGAN 2007 COPYRIGHT PAT MORGAN 2007
24-MAY-2007

My shul used to be here. We can never go home again. It just doesn't work. COPYRIGHT PAT MORGAN 2007 COPYRIGHT PAT MORGAN 2007


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Susan Haber Abramowitz 13-Aug-2014 03:59
I went to this Shul in the late 60's. I loved going to the Youth Minyan for services. It was a social group also. NCSY may have lead the services.
David 19-Feb-2012 21:35
Wow,hard to believe the shul is no longer the. Great memories and once such a grand building.
Ed Kosow 23-Apr-2011 20:08
I also attended this Synagogue. In the late 1930's the gangs from Brook Avenue (Brookies) would raid the Synagogue and beat up the Jewish youth. I lived across the street at 1665 Morris Avenue.
Guest 04-Feb-2010 02:05
It was a big beautiful Synagogue
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Guest 04-Feb-2010 02:03
I went to Mount Eden Jewish Center and Hebrew school too. I remember they would give us flags and apples on simchat torah.
Guest 11-Jan-2009 02:19
This building was erected about 2 years ago and was the former location of the Mount Eden Center Jewish Synagogue. The rabbi at this shul was David B. Hollander (1950-1965?) and at 13 years old I became a man (ya right? LOL), Bar Mitvahed. I also went to school here and learned to read Hebrew like many other young kids in the neighborhood. Further, the building is on the south east corner of Morris Avenue and 173rd street.
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