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Re: Request to read Budapest birth record #hungary

Beth Long
 

I do live in Budapset and go to the Archive frequently. However, we see the=
same films you do (there are no original documents to be viewed)

Beth Long
Budapest
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dear Genners -

Is there someone in Budapest who goes to the Hungarian National Archives th=
at can look at a record of a September 30, 1895, Budapest birth that was no=
t complete in the film?=A0 Please contact me privately and I will give you =
the information that is necessary.

Thank you for any help.

Lois Levick
Bensalem, PA
LoisL637@comcast.net
LEFKOVITS, Nyirbogat, MANDEL, Tarcal
STOGOVSKY, Kirovohrad
MULIARSKY, Bialobrzegi


Heritage for sale #hungary

kolamcg@...
 

Dear All,

I have talked to Zsuzsa Toronyi working for the Jewish Archives. She said those
items were clearly stolen. All we can do is that we ensure we do not bid for those
items and thus try to ensure that the Jewish Archives buy them for a modest price.

Best regards,
Andras Koltai
Budapest


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Request to read Budapest birth record #hungary

Beth Long
 

I do live in Budapset and go to the Archive frequently. However, we see the=
same films you do (there are no original documents to be viewed)

Beth Long
Budapest
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dear Genners -

Is there someone in Budapest who goes to the Hungarian National Archives th=
at can look at a record of a September 30, 1895, Budapest birth that was no=
t complete in the film?=A0 Please contact me privately and I will give you =
the information that is necessary.

Thank you for any help.

Lois Levick
Bensalem, PA
LoisL637@comcast.net
LEFKOVITS, Nyirbogat, MANDEL, Tarcal
STOGOVSKY, Kirovohrad
MULIARSKY, Bialobrzegi


Hungary SIG #Hungary Heritage for sale #hungary

kolamcg@...
 

Dear All,

I have talked to Zsuzsa Toronyi working for the Jewish Archives. She said those
items were clearly stolen. All we can do is that we ensure we do not bid for those
items and thus try to ensure that the Jewish Archives buy them for a modest price.

Best regards,
Andras Koltai
Budapest


Okopy Sweitej Trojce #poland

Rivka Schirman <capitetes@...>
 

This might be a very long shot, but I'll try it just the same.

I am completing a course in the university of Paris IV Sorbonne,
Dept. of Central European Studies, entitled Memoires et Identites en
Europe centrale (Memoirs and identities in Central Europe). The final
assignment of this course is to create a web-site concerning a
Central-European multicultural town of our choice. (you can check
past years such web sites at http://www.circe.paris4.sorbonne.fr/
rubriques/7europe/iconographie.html).

I have decided to build my web site around the little town of Okopy
Sweitej Trojce, (formerly Borszczow, Tarnopol, today Okopy in
Broshtchiv, Ternopil), as my father's family lived there (Moscisker,
Weissman, Reinstein). I have a certain number of documents found on
the net, but they mainly deal with the historical aspect of Okopy). I
am looking for photos of people, buildings, cadastral maps, whatever,
anything >from Okopy between 1900-1939. If there are stories that go
with the photos (or stories without photos) it'll be even better.

If you are willing to contribute to the Okopy web-site, thank you for
contacting me directly.

Also, I presume that, like many Poles who found themselves in the
USSR after the war, most of the Polish inhabitants of Okopy left for
Poland with the Repatriation. If you have any idea where Poles >from
Galicia went to, in Poland, it might give me an indication about
where to post my query (most of the Jews >from Galicia went to
Wroclaw, but I'm not sure about the Poles. And is there a genealogy
group of Wroclaw somewhere ?)

Best regards

Rivka Schirman nee Moscisker
Paris, France
Searching: MOSCISKER >from Brody, Budzynin, Buczacz, Okopy Szwietej
Trojce, Krakow, Lwow), WEISSMANN and REINSTEIN >from Okopy Szwietej
Trojce (Borszczow, Tarnopol)


JRI Poland #Poland Okopy Sweitej Trojce #poland

Rivka Schirman <capitetes@...>
 

This might be a very long shot, but I'll try it just the same.

I am completing a course in the university of Paris IV Sorbonne,
Dept. of Central European Studies, entitled Memoires et Identites en
Europe centrale (Memoirs and identities in Central Europe). The final
assignment of this course is to create a web-site concerning a
Central-European multicultural town of our choice. (you can check
past years such web sites at http://www.circe.paris4.sorbonne.fr/
rubriques/7europe/iconographie.html).

I have decided to build my web site around the little town of Okopy
Sweitej Trojce, (formerly Borszczow, Tarnopol, today Okopy in
Broshtchiv, Ternopil), as my father's family lived there (Moscisker,
Weissman, Reinstein). I have a certain number of documents found on
the net, but they mainly deal with the historical aspect of Okopy). I
am looking for photos of people, buildings, cadastral maps, whatever,
anything >from Okopy between 1900-1939. If there are stories that go
with the photos (or stories without photos) it'll be even better.

If you are willing to contribute to the Okopy web-site, thank you for
contacting me directly.

Also, I presume that, like many Poles who found themselves in the
USSR after the war, most of the Polish inhabitants of Okopy left for
Poland with the Repatriation. If you have any idea where Poles >from
Galicia went to, in Poland, it might give me an indication about
where to post my query (most of the Jews >from Galicia went to
Wroclaw, but I'm not sure about the Poles. And is there a genealogy
group of Wroclaw somewhere ?)

Best regards

Rivka Schirman nee Moscisker
Paris, France
Searching: MOSCISKER >from Brody, Budzynin, Buczacz, Okopy Szwietej
Trojce, Krakow, Lwow), WEISSMANN and REINSTEIN >from Okopy Szwietej
Trojce (Borszczow, Tarnopol)


From Kishineff to Bialystok: A list of pogroms 1903-6 & the Duma Commission Report on the Bialystok Pogrom #poland

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Hello all,

The Museum of Family History would like to announce the presence on its site
of an important report and a table of pogroms committed between 1903 and
1906.

First, you will be able to read the introduction and commentary to all of
this as published by the American Jewish Committee in their American Jewish
Year Book, Volume 8 (1906-1907).

Secondly, you will be able to peruse a table of more than two hundred and
fifty towns and cities in Europe where pogroms occurred. Within this table
is a listing of the damage caused in these locations (when available), as
well as some general remarks made about each pogrom. You will also find for
each pogrom event listed, the date of occurrence, the name of the town or
city, the gubernia, the overall population of the location and the Jewish
population, though numbers are not given for every town or city. There is
also a supplemental table of pogroms in other locations in November 1905 not
included in this larger table.

To make your town search easier, there is also included a table that lists
alphabetically all the locations with a reference made with each to the
entry number in the large table. There is also a table that lists the
gubernias in which pogroms occurred, and their overall and Jewish
populations.

Most interestingly, though thoroughly depressing, is the Report of the Duma
Commission of the Bialystok Massacre that occurred in June 1906. A goodly
report is presented to you here as it reviews in detail many incidents that
occurred during the pogrom, especially to the Jewish population. Those of
you who might have had families that lived in Bialystok may wish to read the
report thoroughly to see if any family names are mentioned. For those of you
who have an interest in a particular town, this report and its included
tables are for you.

Lastly, the debates that occurred in the Duma as the report was being
presented is interesting to read too. You can also read of the resolutions
proposed and passed within the U. S. Congress >from 1905-1906.

It should be mentioned that all this is being presented to you at the Museum
courtesy of the American Jewish Committee Archives.

All of the aforementioned information can be found at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/ajc-yb-v08-pogroms.htm .

Regards,
Steve Lasky
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com
blog: http://museumoffamilyhistory.blogspot.com


JRI Poland #Poland From Kishineff to Bialystok: A list of pogroms 1903-6 & the Duma Commission Report on the Bialystok Pogrom #poland

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Hello all,

The Museum of Family History would like to announce the presence on its site
of an important report and a table of pogroms committed between 1903 and
1906.

First, you will be able to read the introduction and commentary to all of
this as published by the American Jewish Committee in their American Jewish
Year Book, Volume 8 (1906-1907).

Secondly, you will be able to peruse a table of more than two hundred and
fifty towns and cities in Europe where pogroms occurred. Within this table
is a listing of the damage caused in these locations (when available), as
well as some general remarks made about each pogrom. You will also find for
each pogrom event listed, the date of occurrence, the name of the town or
city, the gubernia, the overall population of the location and the Jewish
population, though numbers are not given for every town or city. There is
also a supplemental table of pogroms in other locations in November 1905 not
included in this larger table.

To make your town search easier, there is also included a table that lists
alphabetically all the locations with a reference made with each to the
entry number in the large table. There is also a table that lists the
gubernias in which pogroms occurred, and their overall and Jewish
populations.

Most interestingly, though thoroughly depressing, is the Report of the Duma
Commission of the Bialystok Massacre that occurred in June 1906. A goodly
report is presented to you here as it reviews in detail many incidents that
occurred during the pogrom, especially to the Jewish population. Those of
you who might have had families that lived in Bialystok may wish to read the
report thoroughly to see if any family names are mentioned. For those of you
who have an interest in a particular town, this report and its included
tables are for you.

Lastly, the debates that occurred in the Duma as the report was being
presented is interesting to read too. You can also read of the resolutions
proposed and passed within the U. S. Congress >from 1905-1906.

It should be mentioned that all this is being presented to you at the Museum
courtesy of the American Jewish Committee Archives.

All of the aforementioned information can be found at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/ajc-yb-v08-pogroms.htm .

Regards,
Steve Lasky
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com
blog: http://museumoffamilyhistory.blogspot.com


From Kishineff to Bialystok: A Table of Pogroms 1903-1906 & the Duma Commission Report on the Bialystok Pogrom #poland

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Hello all,

The Museum of Family History would like to announce the presence on its site
of an important report and a table of pogroms committed between 1903 and
1906.

First, you will be able to read the introduction and commentary to all of
this as published by the American Jewish Committee in their American Jewish
Year Book, Volume 8 (1906-1907).

Secondly, you will be able to peruse a table of more than two hundred and
fifty towns and cities in Europe where pogroms occurred. Within this table
is a listing of the damage caused in these locations (when available), as
well as some general remarks made about each pogrom. You will also find for
each pogrom event listed, the date of occurrence, the name of the town or
city, the gubernia, the overall population of the location and the Jewish
population, though numbers are not given for every town or city. There is
also a supplemental table of pogroms in other locations in November 1905 not
included in this larger table.

To make your town search easier, there is also included a table that lists
alphabetically all the locations with a reference made with each to the
entry number in the large table. There is also a table that lists the
gubernias in which pogroms occurred, and their overall and Jewish
populations.

Most interestingly, though thoroughly depressing, is the Report of the Duma
Commission of the Bialystok Massacre that occurred in June 1906. A goodly
report is presented to you here as it reviews in detail many incidents that
occurred during the pogrom, especially to the Jewish population. Those of
you who might have had families that lived in Bialystok may wish to read the
report thoroughly to see if any family names are mentioned. For those of you
who have an interest in a particular town, this report and its included
tables are for you.

Lastly, the debates that occurred in the Duma as the report was being
presented is interesting to read too. You can also read of the resolutions
proposed and passed within the U. S. Congress >from 1905-1906.

It should be mentioned that all this is being presented to you at the Museum
courtesy of the American Jewish Committee Archives.

All of the aforementioned information can be found at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/ajc-yb-v08-pogroms.htm .

Regards,
Steve Lasky
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com
blog: http://museumoffamilyhistory.blogspot.com


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland From Kishineff to Bialystok: A Table of Pogroms 1903-1906 & the Duma Commission Report on the Bialystok Pogrom #poland

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Hello all,

The Museum of Family History would like to announce the presence on its site
of an important report and a table of pogroms committed between 1903 and
1906.

First, you will be able to read the introduction and commentary to all of
this as published by the American Jewish Committee in their American Jewish
Year Book, Volume 8 (1906-1907).

Secondly, you will be able to peruse a table of more than two hundred and
fifty towns and cities in Europe where pogroms occurred. Within this table
is a listing of the damage caused in these locations (when available), as
well as some general remarks made about each pogrom. You will also find for
each pogrom event listed, the date of occurrence, the name of the town or
city, the gubernia, the overall population of the location and the Jewish
population, though numbers are not given for every town or city. There is
also a supplemental table of pogroms in other locations in November 1905 not
included in this larger table.

To make your town search easier, there is also included a table that lists
alphabetically all the locations with a reference made with each to the
entry number in the large table. There is also a table that lists the
gubernias in which pogroms occurred, and their overall and Jewish
populations.

Most interestingly, though thoroughly depressing, is the Report of the Duma
Commission of the Bialystok Massacre that occurred in June 1906. A goodly
report is presented to you here as it reviews in detail many incidents that
occurred during the pogrom, especially to the Jewish population. Those of
you who might have had families that lived in Bialystok may wish to read the
report thoroughly to see if any family names are mentioned. For those of you
who have an interest in a particular town, this report and its included
tables are for you.

Lastly, the debates that occurred in the Duma as the report was being
presented is interesting to read too. You can also read of the resolutions
proposed and passed within the U. S. Congress >from 1905-1906.

It should be mentioned that all this is being presented to you at the Museum
courtesy of the American Jewish Committee Archives.

All of the aforementioned information can be found at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/ajc-yb-v08-pogroms.htm .

Regards,
Steve Lasky
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com
blog: http://museumoffamilyhistory.blogspot.com


Need German/English Translation #galicia

Penny Herbst
 

Dear Friends:

Would someone be willing to translate some very short German
letters that are contained in a PDF file?

Many thanks for your kind consideration.

Penny Herbst
Chicago


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Need German/English Translation #galicia

Penny Herbst
 

Dear Friends:

Would someone be willing to translate some very short German
letters that are contained in a PDF file?

Many thanks for your kind consideration.

Penny Herbst
Chicago


Re: History of RR gauge between Lwow & Przemysl #galicia

Alexander Sharon
 

Yaakov Weiss wrote

Can anyone tell me what the changes were (if any), to the
railroad track gauge between Lwow and Przemysl during the period
of both Soviet and Nazi occupation (1940-1943).

I need to know whether the Nazis converted the Soviet broad
gauge track to standard gauge during their occupation of the GG
Galicia or did they leave it at broad gauge and change wheels in
Przemysl, or use only captured Soviet rolling stock and
locomotives, or some combination of the above?...
Yaakov,

from July 1940 the Soviets converted all railroad gauges of the
occupied Polish territories >from 1435 mm to the wider 1524 mm.
This is reflected in a July 12, 1940 secret document prepared for
Stalin by the defence commisar of USSR. This included the
railroad Przemysl-Lwow - see priority list in Table 5

http://www.hrono.ru/dokum/194_dok/19400712shap.html

Lwow - Rawa Ruska - 66 km
Lwow-Przemysl - 97 km
Lwow - Sambor - 78 km

In August 1941 the Germans started to convert rails back to the
European standard of 1435 mm, and again, >from May 1944 till the
end of same year, the Soviets converted the rail gauge back to
1524 mm.

Best

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Ab


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: History of RR gauge between Lwow & Przemysl #galicia

Alexander Sharon
 

Yaakov Weiss wrote

Can anyone tell me what the changes were (if any), to the
railroad track gauge between Lwow and Przemysl during the period
of both Soviet and Nazi occupation (1940-1943).

I need to know whether the Nazis converted the Soviet broad
gauge track to standard gauge during their occupation of the GG
Galicia or did they leave it at broad gauge and change wheels in
Przemysl, or use only captured Soviet rolling stock and
locomotives, or some combination of the above?...
Yaakov,

from July 1940 the Soviets converted all railroad gauges of the
occupied Polish territories >from 1435 mm to the wider 1524 mm.
This is reflected in a July 12, 1940 secret document prepared for
Stalin by the defence commisar of USSR. This included the
railroad Przemysl-Lwow - see priority list in Table 5

http://www.hrono.ru/dokum/194_dok/19400712shap.html

Lwow - Rawa Ruska - 66 km
Lwow-Przemysl - 97 km
Lwow - Sambor - 78 km

In August 1941 the Germans started to convert rails back to the
European standard of 1435 mm, and again, >from May 1944 till the
end of same year, the Soviets converted the rail gauge back to
1524 mm.

Best

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Ab


Okopy Sweitej Trojce #galicia

Rivka Schirman <capitetes@...>
 

This might be a very long shot, but I'll try it just the same.

I am completing a course in the university of Paris IV Sorbonne,
Dept. of Central European Studies, entitled Memoires et Identites
en Europe centrale (Memoirs and identities in Central Europe).
The final assignment of this course is to create a web site
concerning a Central-European multicultural town of our choice.
(You can check past years such web sites at
<http://www.circe.paris4.sorbonne.fr/rubriques/7europe/iconographie.html>.)

I have decided to build my web site around the little town of
Okopy Sweitej Trojce (formerly Borszczow, Tarnopol, today Okopy
in Borshchiv, Ternopil), as my father's family lived there
(Moscisker, Weissman, Reinstein). I have a certain number of
documents found on the net, but they mainly deal with the
historical aspect of Okopy. I am looking for photos of people,
buildings, cadastral maps, whatever, anything >from Okopy between
1900-1939. If there are stories that go with the photos (or
stories without photos) it'll be even better.

If you are willing to contribute to the Okopy web site, thank
you for contacting me directly.

Best regards

Rivka

Rivka Schirman nee Moscisker
Paris, France
Searching: MOSCISKER >from Brody, Budzynin, Buczacz, Okopy
Szwietej Trojce, Krakow, Lwow), WEISSMANN and REINSTEIN >from
Okopy Szwietej Trojce (Borszczow, Tarnopol)


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Okopy Sweitej Trojce #galicia

Rivka Schirman <capitetes@...>
 

This might be a very long shot, but I'll try it just the same.

I am completing a course in the university of Paris IV Sorbonne,
Dept. of Central European Studies, entitled Memoires et Identites
en Europe centrale (Memoirs and identities in Central Europe).
The final assignment of this course is to create a web site
concerning a Central-European multicultural town of our choice.
(You can check past years such web sites at
<http://www.circe.paris4.sorbonne.fr/rubriques/7europe/iconographie.html>.)

I have decided to build my web site around the little town of
Okopy Sweitej Trojce (formerly Borszczow, Tarnopol, today Okopy
in Borshchiv, Ternopil), as my father's family lived there
(Moscisker, Weissman, Reinstein). I have a certain number of
documents found on the net, but they mainly deal with the
historical aspect of Okopy. I am looking for photos of people,
buildings, cadastral maps, whatever, anything >from Okopy between
1900-1939. If there are stories that go with the photos (or
stories without photos) it'll be even better.

If you are willing to contribute to the Okopy web site, thank
you for contacting me directly.

Best regards

Rivka

Rivka Schirman nee Moscisker
Paris, France
Searching: MOSCISKER >from Brody, Budzynin, Buczacz, Okopy
Szwietej Trojce, Krakow, Lwow), WEISSMANN and REINSTEIN >from
Okopy Szwietej Trojce (Borszczow, Tarnopol)


Genealogical Success Story: Georgia HIRSCH Found! (TAUBE-EYBESCHUETZ) #latinamerica

roe kard
 

In the name of the TAUBE-EYBESCHUETZ-HIRSCH-HEGEDUS families I would
like to thank JewishGen and all the people who reached out to help in
our search for Georgia HIRSCH. We finally located her in Honduras and
she has joyously been reunited by phone with her two Survivor cousins
in Australia.

Through the months of searching, I found a tremendous amount of
information about Georgia?s father and other family members, but few
leads to her. The info I found was mainly from: Yahoo, Ancestry.com,
her High School, people knocking on doors in the neighborhood where
she had lived, SSDI, etc.

I put a question onto JewishGen, Latin American SIG, and GesherGalicia
SIG. I also sent a note to the 30 people researching the name
?EYBESCHUETZ? under the assumption that it is a unusual name. I had
quite a few responses. Following are those on the ?critical path.?

One person did a search under Google, rather than Yahoo, and found an
article that told us the name of the college >from which she had
graduated. >from this I learned that all servers are not alike: always
check Google. I then contacted her university and its alumni
association and put notes out to fellow alumni.

Another person told us that her 106-year old father used to play
Bridge with Georgia?s father and would be happy to speak with her
about her father.

Another person was very surprised to actually recognize a name
attached to a posting and told us about a school in Honduras with
which Georgia is affiliated. This person then contacted relatives and
friends in Honduras and they were the ones who found her. This teaches
me that if you post a request, always post it a few times, over time.
If the person who responded to this request had not read the postings
on that day, it would have taken still more work to find Georgia. On
the other side, if you recognize a name being searched for, *please*
read the posting.

I am very thankful to JewishGen and all who are a part of this
extended family.

Best regards,
karen ROEKARD
aka gitel chaye eta ROSENFELD ROKART


Latin America #LatinAmerica Genealogical Success Story: Georgia HIRSCH Found! (TAUBE-EYBESCHUETZ) #latinamerica

roe kard
 

In the name of the TAUBE-EYBESCHUETZ-HIRSCH-HEGEDUS families I would
like to thank JewishGen and all the people who reached out to help in
our search for Georgia HIRSCH. We finally located her in Honduras and
she has joyously been reunited by phone with her two Survivor cousins
in Australia.

Through the months of searching, I found a tremendous amount of
information about Georgia?s father and other family members, but few
leads to her. The info I found was mainly from: Yahoo, Ancestry.com,
her High School, people knocking on doors in the neighborhood where
she had lived, SSDI, etc.

I put a question onto JewishGen, Latin American SIG, and GesherGalicia
SIG. I also sent a note to the 30 people researching the name
?EYBESCHUETZ? under the assumption that it is a unusual name. I had
quite a few responses. Following are those on the ?critical path.?

One person did a search under Google, rather than Yahoo, and found an
article that told us the name of the college >from which she had
graduated. >from this I learned that all servers are not alike: always
check Google. I then contacted her university and its alumni
association and put notes out to fellow alumni.

Another person told us that her 106-year old father used to play
Bridge with Georgia?s father and would be happy to speak with her
about her father.

Another person was very surprised to actually recognize a name
attached to a posting and told us about a school in Honduras with
which Georgia is affiliated. This person then contacted relatives and
friends in Honduras and they were the ones who found her. This teaches
me that if you post a request, always post it a few times, over time.
If the person who responded to this request had not read the postings
on that day, it would have taken still more work to find Georgia. On
the other side, if you recognize a name being searched for, *please*
read the posting.

I am very thankful to JewishGen and all who are a part of this
extended family.

Best regards,
karen ROEKARD
aka gitel chaye eta ROSENFELD ROKART


Thanks RE: Rabbi Jack Skirball #rabbinic

Adelle Gloger
 

A few weeks ago I posted a message asking if anyone knew with which
synagogue Rabbi Jack Skirball was affiliated while in Cleveland, Ohio in the
early 1920s.

Remembering that I had read that he was >from Pennsylvania, not too far
from Pittsburgh, and that Carnegie Mellon University had digitized the
Pittsburgh Jewish Newspapers. I did a search and found an article dated July
6,1923 which referenced Rabbi Skirball being succeeded by a Rabbi Nathan at the
Euclid Avenue Temple which is now known as Anshe Chesed -- Fairmount Temple
in Beachwood, Ohio.

I would like to thank all who responded to my inquiry and gave helpful
suggestions.

Thank you,

Adelle Weintraub Gloger
Shaker Hts., Ohio
agloger@aol.com


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Thanks RE: Rabbi Jack Skirball #rabbinic

Adelle Gloger
 

A few weeks ago I posted a message asking if anyone knew with which
synagogue Rabbi Jack Skirball was affiliated while in Cleveland, Ohio in the
early 1920s.

Remembering that I had read that he was >from Pennsylvania, not too far
from Pittsburgh, and that Carnegie Mellon University had digitized the
Pittsburgh Jewish Newspapers. I did a search and found an article dated July
6,1923 which referenced Rabbi Skirball being succeeded by a Rabbi Nathan at the
Euclid Avenue Temple which is now known as Anshe Chesed -- Fairmount Temple
in Beachwood, Ohio.

I would like to thank all who responded to my inquiry and gave helpful
suggestions.

Thank you,

Adelle Weintraub Gloger
Shaker Hts., Ohio
agloger@aol.com