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Jewish History and photographs [January 2009]

American Synagogues: A Photographic Journey

[UPDATE] Highlighting the History of Huntsville’s Jewish Community [January 2017]

Temple B'nai Shalom,103 Lincoln Street, Huntsville, AL 35801. (256) 536-477. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Reform congregation established in 1876. 1899 Romanesque Revival building photographs [January 2009]

Etz Chaim - Huntsville Conservative Congregation, 7705 Bailey Cove Road, Huntsville, Alabama 35802. 256-881-6260.  Conservative congregation established in the 1960's. Rustic/Contemporary building photographs [January 2009]

  • Temple B'nai Shalom Cemetery: founded about 1880's. In Maple Hill cemetery. Block 10 contains the oldest known Jewish presence in Huntsville, the grave of 2-year-old Simon Lowman, who died in 1861. [December 2000]
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