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Two contemporoary photographs of San Francisco Jewish temples.

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Built in 1895, Temple Ohabai Shalome is now known as Pacific Hall (1881 Bush Street)

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This example of an early synagogue in the Mission District is on 19th St. a block from Dolores Park.

Contributors to this page include:

Carlsson,Chris - Photographer-Artist

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