Historic Synagogues of Philadelphia
The Delaware Valley
a new book from
THE HISTORY PRESS
-now available as an eBook - Kindle on Amazon-
Sample Images from......Historic Synagogues of Philadelphia & The Delaware Valley
Author, researcher and professional genealogist Julian H. Preisler takes the reader on a pictorial journey through the history of the magnificent and varied synagogues of Philadelphia and its suburbs; Delaware and Southern New Jersey. Featuring nearly 200 beautiful vintage and present-day images of current and former synagogues, this book is a wonderful collection of unique and important images. Part history book and part travel guide, the reader will experience beautiful architecture and unique history. Virtually every architectural style can be found among Philadelphia area synagogues. Philadelphia has one of the largest and oldest Jewish Communities in the United States and because of this has many of the most unique and beautiful synagogues found in America. A well recognized American synagogue is Congregation Beth Shalom in suburban Elkins Park which is the only synagogue building ever designed by noted American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. A perfect book for anyone interested in Philadelphia, Delaware and New Jersey Jewish history, American Jewish history, synagogue architecture and urban history.
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Other books by Julian H. Preisler include: Jewish West Virginia; American Synagogues: A Photographic Journey; Jewish Genealogy Resources: Mid-Atlantic States and several other genealogy and Jewish related titles. For more information please visit www.JPreisler.com/books.htm. Current projects include Edition Two of American Synagogues: A Photographic Journey and a new book featuring photographs and history of America's pioneering Jewish congregations.
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