TULSA: Tulsa County Print


http://www.rootsweb.com/~oktulsa/ has general Tulsa County information. [August 2005]


Chevra Kadisha: 1919 Jewish population was 500. See: "Directory of Jewish Local Organizations in the United States", pp. 330-583. American Jewish Year Book 5680 September 25, 1919 to Sept. 12, 1920; Volume 21, Edited by Harry Schneiderman for the American Jewish Comm. and submitted by Alan Hirschfeld.


http://www.tulsapreservationcommission.org/Hist10.htm: "The first Jewish religious services in Tulsa were held above the offices of N. C. Livingston at 3 N. Elgin Avenue. Several Tulsa families held services in their homes until the Synagogue and Temple were built. Private chapels were found in the homes of D. R. Travis and L. E. Z. Aaronson in the Maple Ridge Historic District. ... “See photo of Aaronson house at http://www.tulsapreservationcommission.org/Maple.htm.  [August 2005]


Congregation B'nai Emunah http://www.tulsagogue.com/ [August 2005]

[UPDATE] How one Tulsa synagogue is baking its way to a better world [January 2017]


Temple Israel: http://ok004.urj.net/. photo: http://abandonedtulsa.blogspot.com/2005/04/windows-outside-old-temple-israel.html [August 2005]



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