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    • KTRH Recording: Beth Jacob Choir 

      Geller, Rabbi Max (1949)
      Shelby David Goodman is a Jewish architect who designed the Jewish Federation of Greater Houston Building and the Kaplan Museum of Judaica. In addition, he served on the 2008 Houston Jewish Film Festival Committee, regularly ...
    • Nicholas Bryar Massenburg daybook, 1852-1861 

      (1861)
      The Massenburg daybook covers the years 1852-1861. The daily entries deal primarily with agricultural and weather conditions, and progress reports. Social and personal activities are also noted (marriages, deaths, illnesses, ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, May-August 1983 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1983-05)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, April 1983 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1983-04)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, March 1983 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1983-03)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, February 1983 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1983-02)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, January 1983 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1983-01)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, October-December 1982 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1982-10)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, September 1982 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1982-09)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, May-August 1982 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1982-05)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, April 1982 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1982-04)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, March 1982 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1982-03)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, February 1982 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1982-02)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, January 1982 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1982-01)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, November-December 1981 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1981-11)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, October 1981 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1981-10)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, September 1981 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1981-09)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, May 1981 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1981-05)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, April 1981 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1981-04)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...
    • Baytown Jewish Community News, March 1981 

      Congregation K'nesseth Israel (1981-03)
      By 1920, Jewish families that had migrated to the Baytown area during the oil boom in the early twentieth century rented a building to use as a place of worship. In the fall of 1928, Congregation K’nesseth Israel was ...