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Archives: The Synagogue Journal

During 2006 Kane Street Synagogue published a historical journal on the website in
celebration of the Congregation's first 150 years. The series covered the following
topics in thirty-five issues.

To use the Archives you may either access the full issue or scroll through the Index


for individual articles and documents from the Congregation’s collection. Highlights
of the series include more than one hundred nineteenth century articles from the Brooklyn
Daily Eagle Online™, Brooklyn Public Library. Of special interest to genealogists is the
marriage registry compiled from Rabbi Goldfarb’s records and a registry of the
Congregation’s Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, beginning in the 1860s.




Issue Topics:

Beginnings / Brooklyn’s First Synagogue / Early Alternatives / 19th Century Leaders
Brooklyn’s First Jewish School / Sacred Music / Harrison Street Synagogue
Congregations Merge / Purim / Mid-20th Century Leaders / Women & the Synagogue
Weddings / Passover / Holocaust Remembrances / Israel / B’nai Mitzvah / Shavuot
Anniversaries / Summertime / Death and Remembrance / Children / Shabbat
Rosh Hashanah
/ Yom Kippur / Sukkot & Simchat Torah / Adult Education
Social Action / Cultural Programs / Jews in America / Wartime / The Congregation
Synagogue Renewal / Rabbi Israel Goldfarb / Chanukah / Gathering History

Index of Articles:



January 6, 2006 / Beginnings
Baith Israel’s First Congregation - By Carol Levin
Baith Israel: 1855-1856 - Shows the “Member’s Roll” and “Trustees 1855-1856”.
Seat Assignments in 1856
Act of Incorporation
“The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Almanac”
“Reformed Judaism” - Brooklyn Eagle; FEB 11, 1870 (download PDF)
“Consecrating a Jewish Burial Ground” - Brooklyn Eagle, December 30, 1857
“United Brethren”- Brooklyn Eagle; JULY 18, 1877

January 13, 2006 / Brooklyn’s First Synagogue
Photograph of the Boerum Place Synagogue
“A Synagogue in Brooklyn” - Brooklyn Eagle, January 9, 1862
“The Laying of a Cornerstone of a Synagogue” - Brooklyn Eagle, January 13, 1862
“Consecration of a Hebrew Synagogue” - Brooklyn Eagle, September 1, 1862
“Beth Israel. Reconstruction of the Boerum Place Synagogue” - Brooklyn Eagle, September 8, 1879
“Improving a Synagogue” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 24, 1882
“New Houses Going Up” - Brooklyn Eagle, March 31, 1889
“The Sexton of a Synagogue Robbed” - Brooklyn Eagle; September 10, 1877
“Reopening of a Synagogue” - Brooklyn Eagle, March 22, 1889
“The Daughters of Israel Benefit Society” - Brooklyn Eagle, November 24, 1901
“Grand Sunday Night Concert” - Brooklyn Eagle, March 4, 1899

January 20, 2006 / Early Alternatives
“Jewish Synagogues”- Eagle Almanac, 1889
"Assault on a Jewish Rabbi" - Brooklyn Eagle, June 8, 1866
“Temple Israel” - Brooklyn Eagle, December 6, 1869
“Thirtieth Anniversary of Beth Elohim” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 25, 1891
“Beth Elohim” - Brooklyn Eagle, February 21, 1870
“Reform and Orthodox. Opposing Hebrew Schools of Thought” - Brooklyn Eagle, August 21, 1884
“The Jewish Day of Atonement” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 11, 1883
“Synagogue Dedicated” – Congregation Ahavith Achim - Brooklyn Eagle, September 13, 1873
“A New Jewish Temple” – Dedication of Congregation Beth-El" - Brooklyn Eagle, September 12, 1887
“Coney Island’s First Synagogue”- Brooklyn Eagle, December 2, 1889
“Synagogue for Rockaway” – Temple Israel - Brooklyn Eagle, January 15, 1900
“New Hebrew Congregation” – Shaari Zedek - Brooklyn Eagle, October 29, 1902

January 27, 2006 / 19th Century Leaders
Rabbi Marcus Friedlander’s Legacy: A New Chapter in Baith Israel’s History - By Carol Levin
“Judaism in Brooklyn” - Brooklyn Eagle, September 27, 1891
“Hebrew Notes” - Brooklyn Eagle, December 17, 1899
“Personal – Meyers” - Brooklyn Eagle, August 4, 1879
“The Story of the Talmud” - Brooklyn Eagle, March 19, 1891
“Put in the Ark” - Brooklyn Eagle, April 08, 1889
“Obituary – Michael Lamm”- Brooklyn Eagle, December 16, 1902
“Obituary – Moses Hess” - Brooklyn Eagle, September 11, 1889

February 3, 2006 / Brooklyn’s First Jewish School
“Correspondence. Brooklyn, N. Y.” c.1880
“Sunday School Beth Israel. Closing Examinationr” - Brooklyn Eagle, August 7, 1876
“Beth Israel. Interesting Entertainment"- Brooklyn Eagle, December 24, 1877
“A Hebrew Sunday School Union” - Brooklyn Eagle, July 7, 1884
“Hebrews Who Kept Christmas”- Brooklyn Eagle, December 27, 1885
“Baith Israel. The Sunday School’s First Entertainment” - Brooklyn Eagle, March 8, 1888
"For the Library Fundl”- Brooklyn Eagle, March 14, 1890

February 10, 2006 / Sacred Music
From a Conversationwith Joseph Goldfarb
“Israel Goldfarb (1879-1967) Rabbi, Cantor and Influential Composer”- By Rabbi Henry Michelman
Origins of “Shalom Aleichem”
Music by Israel Goldfarb and Samuel E. Goldfarb
”Sound of Music at Kane Street” - The Scroll, Winter 1996 - By Rachel Epstein
Music at the Boerum Place Synagogue - By Carol Levin
“Welsh’s Banjo – Causes Another Panic Among the Salvationists” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 9, 1887
“City News and Gossip” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 19, 1856

February 17, 2006 / Harrison Street Synagogue
Prior Use of the Synagogue Site and Structure - By Carol Levin
Recollections of the Early Synagogue - Joseph Goldfarb
Harrison Street Synagogue, School Building , The Bema Prior to 1929 - Photos
“City News and Gossip” - Brooklyn Eagle, July 31, 1855
“Facts About Tompkins Pace”- Brooklyn Eagle, October 19, 1890
"Passing Into Other Hands - Brooklyn Eagle, April 17, 1887
“Was Not Saved” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 8, 1887
“Salvation Army Sacrilege” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 11, 1887
“A Salvationists Parade... With the Singing of Female Warriors” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 19, 1887
“Barnes Begins...Harrison Street Nuisance is Likely to be Abated” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 22, 1876
“The Harrison Street Variety Show” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 23, 1887
“Protest Against the Accompaniments of the Noisy Religionists” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 24, 1887
“Surprised and Indignant. Trustees of Harrison Street Church Property” - Brooklyn Eagle, July 6, 1887
“Evacuating Harrison Street. Salvation Army About to Sell” - Brooklyn Eagle, September 23, 1887

March 3, 2006 / Congregations Merge
Brief History of the 1908 Consolidation - By Carol Levin
Archival Research on Hevre Talmud Torah - By Carolyn Shapiro and Sarah Shapiro
“Hebrews Consolidating. A Movement to Unite Three Congregationst”- Brooklyn Eagle, April 7, 1883
“Consolidation of Local Hebrew Churches”- Brooklyn Eagle, April 7, 1883
“Union of Hebrews Congregations. A Movement to Consolidate” - Brooklyn Eagle, April 26, 1883
“Going to Unite – Beth Elohim and Temple Israel Congregations” - Brooklyn Eagle, February 3, 1886

March 10, 2006 / Purim
First Purim Festival – Sunday Evening, March 5, 1882 – Handbill
“Purim Ball. Festivities of the Eastern Dist. Hebrew Benevolent Soc.” - Bklyn Eagle, March 11, 1884
“Hebrew Benevolent Societies. Joint Civic and Masquerade Ball” - Brooklyn Eagle, March 20, 1889
“Reopening of a Synagogue”- Brooklyn Eagle, March 22, 1889
“A Purim Entertainment By the Scholars of Baith Israel Sunday School”- Brooklyn Eagle, April 3, 1889
“The Royal Jewess – Performed by Baith Israel Sunday School”- Brooklyn Eagle, March 27, 1891
“Don’t Come As You Are” - The Scroll, 1987
“Purims Past” - The Scroll, February 1986
“Purim Letter” - Alan Rubenstein

March 17, 2006 / Mid-20th Century Leaders
Presidents in the Goldfarb Years
The Weinberg Family
Photograph of the Board of Trustees
Four Who Kept the Congregation Alive
“A Historical View from Rabbi Ray Scheindlin” - By Rabbi Ray Scheindlin, L’Dor VaDor, January 2002
“Julius I. Kahn” - By Rachel Epstein - The Scroll, December 1977
“An Interview with Jacob Hertz” - By Sara Sloan from BIAE Journal

March 24, 2006 / Women & the Synagogue
“Daughters of Israel” - Brooklyn Eagle, August 18, 1875
“Picnic of the Daughters of Israel” - Brooklyn Eagle, August 13, 1884
“The Daughters of Israel. Thirteenth Annual Picnic of Its Benefit Society”, Bklyn. Eagle, July 16, 1887
" Daughters of Israel. Tenth Annual Ballt”- Brooklyn Eagle, November 29, 1882
“General Matters in the Courts. Daughters of Israel” - Brooklyn Eagle, May 10, 1884
“Held Last Night” - Brooklyn Eagle, January 23, 1899
“Daughters of Israel” - Brooklyn Eagle, January 22, 1899
“Daughters of Israel” - Brooklyn Eagle, March 3, 1902
“Woman’s Place in the Jewish Synagogue”- Brooklyn Eagle, December 1, 1878
“Getting Ready for the Big Jewish Hospital Fair” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 12, 1902
Women’s Organizations - By Carol Levin
Sisterhood Minute Book (1912-1920)
Egalitarian Milestones
The Women’s Movement - By Judith R. Greenwald
"An Interview With Ann Rosalsky" - By Judy Greenwald, BIAE Journal, 1988

March 31, 2006 / Weddings
“An Interesting Marriage Ceremony” - Brooklyn Eagle, February 11, 1884
“Mated for Life – Brooklynites Abandoning the Single State” - Brooklyn Eagle, January 30, 1889.
“The Old Orthodox Way. An Interesting Hebrew Wedding" - Brooklyn Eagle, Jan. 21, 1889.
“Married” Morris-Bass”- Brooklyn Eagle" July 11, 1864
“Hymeneal. Levy-Cohen”- Brooklyn Eagle, December 8, 1879
“Hymeneal. DeLeante-Biaz” - Brooklyn Eagle, September 3, 1885
“Hymeneal. Jackson-Bass” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 19, 1885
“Hymeneal. Golde-Levyson” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 29, 1882
“Hymeneal. Levison-Wolfe” - Brooklyn Eagle, November 29, 1889
“Levinson-Coleman" - Brooklyn Eagle, September 1, 1890
“A Pretty Home Wedding.Miss Mothner and Mr. Zeffer” - Brooklyn Eagle, Nov 9, 1890
“Lehman-Levison” - Brooklyn Eagle, December 15, 1892
“Is Marriage a Failure? Barasch-Jacobs” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 19, 1892
“Marbe-Jacobs” -, Brooklyn Eagle, February 22, 1893
“Two Hearts. Suit for Commission” - Brooklyn Eagle, May 22, 1878
“In A Synagogue not far from the City Hall” - Brooklyn Eagle, March 24, 1889
Rabbi Goldfarb’s Marriage Registry - By Maureen Weicher
Wedding Booklet: May, 1998 - By Renee Schneider and Jonathan Kaplan

April 7, 2006 / Passover
“Passover in Jail. Warden Brymer’s Privilege for Hebrew Prisoners” - Brooklyn Eagle, March 29, 1888
“The Feast of Passover. How It Will be Observed” - Brooklyn Eagle, April 1, 1890
“Jews Rejoice. The Passover Season Celebrated” - Brooklyn Eagle, April 5, 1890
“The Passover. Beginning of the Great Jewish Feast” - Brooklyn Eagle, April 12, 1892
“Hebrew Notes”- Brooklyn Eagle, March 31, 1901
In Preparation for Passover 2006

April 21, 2006 / Holocaust Remembrances
Selected Art and Writings of Fred Terna: Ramp to the Ovens, The Ovens, Biographical Notes,
About the Artist, "The UN International Day In Support of Victims of Torture”, "The Last Expression:
Art and Auschwitz" “Yom HaShoah 2004”
Yom HaShoah Program Notes – April 18, 2003
“Yom HaShoah” - The Scroll, 1995
“A Joyous Occasion: Scroll Dedication” - The Scroll, April 1986

May 5, 2006 / Israel
"Convention of Zionists” - Brooklyn Eagle, March 27, 1898
"Hebrew Notes” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 10, 1900
“Hebrew Notes” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 17, 1900
“To the President of the United States of America” – Petition, 1917
“Rabbis Write President” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 2, 1918
“From Egypt to England” - The Scroll, April 1947
BIAE Members Establish Colony Raananah, Palestine – 1922 - By Fani Brown Brandenburg
Kane Street Family Makes Aliyah to Ra’anana, Israel - 2005
Warm Encounters in Israel - By Rachel Epstein
Rabbi Jonathan Ginsburg on the Masorti Movement - The Scroll, April 1987
The Masorti Movement 2006 - “Kehillot B’Yachad / Congregations Together

May 19, 2006 / B’nai Mitzvah
“Confirmation” - Brooklyn Eagle, February 1, 1879
“A Hebrew Confirmation” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 4, 1880
“Jewish Confirmations” - Brooklyn Eagle, August 20, 1887
“Man’s Estate” - Brooklyn Eagle, January 25, 1890
“Hebrew Rites”- Brooklyn Eagle, May 26, 1890
Bar Mitzvahs of the 1930s - Albert Socolov, Joseph Goldfarb and Irving Weissler
Confirmations of Faith
Photo: Esther Gottesman, Emily Socolov and Albert Socolov
B’nai Mitzvah Twinning with Soviet Jewry – 1987
“Why is this boy’s bar mitzvah so special?”- The Jewish Week, before June 29, 1991
“Ancient Rite, Modern Means”- The New York Times, May 16, 1999, By Katherine E. Finkelstein
B'nai Mitzvah Directory

June 2, 2006 / Shavuot
“The Feast of Weeks. Confirmations in the Baith Israel” - Brooklyn Eagle, May 20, 1885
“Hebrew Notes” - Brooklyn Eagle, May 20, 1900
 “Pentecost. General Celebration of the Great Jewish Festival” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 1, 1892
Shavuoth - The Scroll, 1935, Rabbi Israel Goldfarb
Rabbi’s Message - The Scroll, June 1996, Rabbi Debra Cantor
Texts distributed at the 2006 Tikkun Study Session

June 9, 2006 / Anniversaries
Congregation Baith Israel Anshei Emes - Chronology 1853 - 2006
Rabbis, Cantors and Presidents 1856 – 2006 - List
Anniversary Celebrations 1881- 2006 - List
“The Achai Israel Ball” - Brooklyn Eagle, December 22, 1881
“To Celebrate an Anniversary” - Brooklyn Eagle, March 16, 1887
“Congregation Baith Israel” - Brooklyn Eagle, February 20, 1900
“Congregation Baith Israel” - Brooklyn Eagle, February 11, 1891
History Repeats Itself - By Judy Greenwald
Centennial Banquet - Photo, May 13, 1956

June 30, 2006 / Summertime
"On Columbia Street” - Brooklyn Eagle, July 5, 1876
“The Hebrews. Relative Rights of these People and Hotel Keepers” - Brooklyn Eagle, July 22, 1879
"Vacation News From the Summer Resorts” - Brooklyn Eagle, July 25, 1897
“Beth Israel Sunday School” - Brooklyn Eagle, August 15, 1878
“Beth Israel. Annual Picnic of the Boerum Place Congregation” - Brooklyn Eagle, August 7, 1879
“Pleasing in the Extreme” - Brooklyn Eagle, August 7, 1879
“Hebrew Sunday School Picnic. A Day of Enjoyment at Prospect Park” - Brooklyn Eagle, July 8, 1885
“Sun, Fun and Torah” - The Scroll, September 1985, By Bob Weinstein
“A Sense of Community” - The Scroll, May 1986, By Ed Brill
“Seven Reasons to Come to the Shabbaton” - The Scroll, May/June 1994, By Roberta Kahn
“Shabbaton Approaches!” - The Scroll, May/June 1994, Bernice Rosenthal, Ed Brill, Bob Weinstein
“Summer Shabbat”

July 28, 2006 / Death and Remembrance
“Tishoh Be Av. Commemorative of Destruction of the Second Temple”- Brooklyn Eagle, July 28, 1879
“The Black Fast. Observance by the Jews of the Fast Day Tishoh B’av”- Brooklyn Eagle, July 29, 1879
“Consecrating a Jewish Burial Ground” - Brooklyn Eagle, December 30, 1856
“Our Hebrew Cemeteries. A Morning Stroll Among the Cypress Hills” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 20, 1886
“A Remarkable Funeral” - Brooklyn Eagle, January 17, 1887
“Buried in Salem Fields. A Peculiar Question” - Brooklyn Eagle, March 3, 1889
“A Merry Funeral. Celebration ...in Jerusalem" - Jewish Messinger, September 19, 1886
“Died in the Synagogue”- Brooklyn Eagle, September 6, 1898
“Funeral of Simon Brenner” - Brooklyn Eagle, September 8, 1898
“Obituary.  Mrs. Caroline Brenner”- Brooklyn Eagle, September 23, 1900
Tisha b'Av 2006
When Death Occurs - By Rabbi Sam Weintraub
Our Cemeteries
Letter from Cemetery Board Chairman Louis Summer - November 1922
Memorials

September 7, 2006 / Children
School History at the Centennial - Centennial Banquet Journal, 1956, By Rabbi Goldfarb
Student Life at the Synagogue: 1920s - 1930s - Notes from Joseph Goldfarb, Belle Goldfarb Lehrman and Albert Socolov
The Kane Street Nursery – 1971 - By Rabbi Elliott Rosen
The Hebrew School Today - By Jennifer Newfeld
Kane Street Kids - By Joyce Heller
Kadima & BBUSY - By Dina Garfinkle
Teen Scholarship - By Julia Mayer
“Our Talmud Torah” - 1929 Souvenir Journal
School Board Report of 1935 - By School Board Chairman Isaac Goldberg

September 15, 2006 / Shabbat
"Hebrews...the Question of Changing the Jewish Sabbath"- Brooklyn Eagle, May 27, 1884
"The Jewish Sabbath" -Brooklyn Eagle, June 8, 1884
"To the Editor" - Brooklyn Eagle, June 8, 1884
"The Jewish Sabbath"  - Brooklyn Eagle, May 3, 1890
The Rabbi, Shames, Reader, Gabbai, Ba’al Kore - Notes from Joseph Goldfarb
Shabbat Melodies - By Beth Steinberg
"Bob Weinstein" - By Geraldine K. Gross - 143rd Anniversary, 1999
Gabbai’s Daughter - By Sheila J. Rabin
Childrens Services - By Jennifer Newfeld
Shabbat Club - By Jennifer Newfeld
Synaplex: A Full Range of Jewish Experience - By Jennifer Newfeld
Services and Study Groups - 2006 Programs

September 22, 2006 / Rosh Hashanah
"Rosh Hashanah. The Celebration of the Jewish New Year" - Brooklyn Eagle, September 30, 1875
"The Jewish New Year" -Brooklyn Eagle, September 27, 1878
"Rosh Hashana ... Sermon by Rabbi Meyer" - Brooklyn Eagle, September 18, 1879
"The Jewish New Year" - Brooklyn Eagle, September 8, 1888
"Sermons of a New Year" - Brooklyn Eagle, September 22, 1892
Kane Street Memoir- By Rabbi Ray Scheindlin
Sound the Great Shofar - By Barbara Zahler-Gringer
Rosh Hashanah Sermon 2001 - By Rabbi Sam Weintraub
Subjects of S’licot Remarks - By Fred Terna
A Rosh Hashanah Walk - By Carol Levin
Cox Sons and Vining: Tailors to the Clergy - Notes from Joseph Goldfarb
Baith Israel’s Prayer book from 1893 - Image of page
Seats for the High Holidays 5688 – 1927 - BIAE Archive
Rental of Seats: 5693 – 1932 1936 Announcement of Seats - BIAE Archive

September 29, 2006 / Yom Kippur
High Holidays Admission Tickets from 1951 and 2006; Kol Nidre Pledge card 2006.
"Day of Atonement" - Brooklyn Eagle, October 5, 1889
"Sundown to Sundown" - Brooklyn Eagle, October 1, 1892
Yom Kippur Memories - Notes by Aaron Copland, Joseph Goldfarb and Albert Socolov
Melodic Inspirations - By Beth Steinberg
A History of the Alternative Services - By Bob Marx
High Holy Days, Then and Now - By Raphael Schklowsky
Tot Shabbat and High Holidays Services - By Hedda Kafka Grupper
Storytelling on the Holidays - By Jonathan Katz

October 6, 2006 / Sukkot and Simchat Torah
“Local Brevities” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 19, 1872
“The Feast of Tabernacles” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 6, 1873
“The Jewish Holidays” - Brooklyn Eagle, September 11, 1874
“Music, Mirth and Beauty” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 10, 1879
“Feast of Tabernacles” - Brooklyn Eagle,October 10, 1889:
“Free Sons of Israel Anniversary Dance and Dine and Entertain” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 21, 1889
Sukkot at Kane Street - By Ralph Kleinman
Sukkahs at the Schneiders and the Synagogue - By Howard Schneider
The Year the Atlantic Antic fell on Shemini Atzeret - The Scroll, September 1979

October 13, 2006 / Adult Education
“Hebrew Progress” - Brooklyn Eagle, February 19, 1891
“The Hebrew Family – a Migratory People on the Road to Progress” - Brooklyn Eagle, April 27, 1891
“New Literary League” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 25, 1901
Sleepless Wednesdays - By Tim Rucinski
Perek Yomi: One Student’s Perspective - By Iris Katzner
Learning – Fall 2006

October 20, 2006 / Social Action
"Hospitality. An Appeal on Behalf of the Jews from Russia”- Brooklyn Eagle, March 6, 1882
“Provided For the Wants of the Hebrew Orphans of the City” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 29, 1883
 “Its Nineteenth Annual Report” - Brooklyn Eagle, Feb 25, 1890
“In Aid of Russian Refugees” - Brooklyn Eagle, April 4, 1892
Solidarity Sunday for Soviet Jewry – Marching on Fifth Avenue 1983 - Photo
The Save Darfur Campaign - By Karen Elam
Addressing the Global Warming Crisis - By Sharon Neuman
The Scroll Archives - Twenty-four articles on Social Action from the last two decades
Volunteer Opportunities 2006-2007

October 27, 2006 / Cultural Programs
“Grand Sacred”- Brooklyn Eagle, January 26, 1880
“Beth Israel Entertainment” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 1, 1902
“B. I. Literary League” - Brooklyn Eagle, December 12, 1902
“Finding an Excuse to Celebrate Copland” - The Forward. December 10, 2004, By Benjamin Levisohn
Notes from Michael Boriskin - Article by the Artistic and Executive Director of Copland House
The Copland Family and BIAE
“Dear Mrs. Rubinow” - Aaron Copland wrote this note to Rabbi Goldfarb’s daughter in 1961

November 3, 2006 / Jews in America
A Thank You Note from Christ Church - April 2, 1939
The Old Neighborhood - Notes by Eli Wallach, Irving Weissler, Albert Socolov and Joseph Goldfarb
“Gateway to Jewish Life” - The Jewish Week, July 24, 1998 - By Geraldine K. Gross
“Going Their Separate Ways” - The Jewish Week, June 15, 2001
"Liberal Jewish Day School Sought” - The Scroll, October 1985
The Jewish Community of South Brooklyn - By Marion  Stein
“Thanksgiving by the Brooklyn Israelites” - Brooklyn Eagle, December 1, 1860           
“Congregation “Baith Israel”- Brooklyn Eagle, April 21, 1865
“The Hebrews Among Us” - Brooklyn Eagle, December 30, 1870
“The Streets of Brooklyn. Their Peculiarities and Populations” - Brooklyn Eagle, July 1, 1872
“Mr. Michael Gruschenski” - Brooklyn Eagle, September 17, 1879
“Funeral of Michael Gru” - Brooklyn Eagle, June 11, 1900
“Moneyed Men. Our Wealthy and Influential Hebrews” - Brooklyn Eagle, February 1, 1880
“The Jews. Mr. Beecher on Their Suppression in Germany..."- Brooklyn Eagle, December 27, 1880
“The Judgement Against the Long Island Cable Road” - Brooklyn Eagle, January 15, 1891
“The Columbian Celebration” - Brooklyn Eagle, October 7, 1892
“An Army of Merchants” - Brooklyn Eagle, February 12, 1893
“Strange Restaurants. Brooklyn Has Many Peculiar Eating Houses" - Brooklyn Eagle, August 4, 1895
 “Kosher Butchers to Quit” - Brooklyn Eagle, May 13, 1902
“Flays Henry Ford’s Anti-Semitic Views” - Brooklyn Eagle, November 27, 1920

November 10, 2006 / Wartime
Our Service to Our Country - By Rabbi Israel Goldfarb, Centennial Banquet Journal, 1956
Our Civil War Hero - By Judith R. Greenwald
Photograph of Lt. Col. Leopold C. Newman Credit:New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center
Wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville - Brooklyn Eagle, May 9, 1863
Lieut. Col. Newman - Brooklyn Eagle, May 29, 1863
The Late Lieut.-Col. Newman - Brooklyn Eagle, June 13, 1863
The Jews True Patriots - The New York Times, May 8, 1899
What’s a Nice Jewish Girl Like You Doing in Combat Boots? - By Esther Levine-Brill
Ticket to Ball Honoring Our Gallant Boys From "Over There" - BIAE Archives
Tablet Unveiled for Overseas Men - Brooklyn Eagle, October 20, 1919
Gravestone and Tablet - Photo - BIAE Archives
Heroes of The Great War - BIAE Archives
Oldest Boro Temple Welcomes GIs Back - Brooklyn Eagle, April 8, 1946

November 17, 2006 / The Congregation
On the Path of Abraham and Sarah - By Rabbi Sam Weintraub
Are There Any Converts in the House? - By Timothy J. Rucinski
By the Numbers: Kane Street at 150 Years - By Mickey Green
Kashruth – Jewish Dietary Laws – For the Kitchen at Kane Street Synagogue
“From the Beginning…” - United Synagogue Biennial Report, 1987-1989
Louis J. Moss Obituary - New York Times, March 19, 1948
“Rabbi gets set for her new hurdle”- New York Daily News, August 31, 1988
Making Kane Street Accessible to All - L’Dor VaDor, January 2002, By Mickey Green and Rob Stulberg

December 1, 2006 / Synagogue Renewal
Renewal and Rededication - Chronology
“Before” Photos of the Community Building - Feasibility Study and Condition Survey, September 2000
"In Wake of World Trade Center Disaster..." - L’dor Vador, November 2001
A View of Heaven - Photo
A Brief History - By Howard Schneider, October 24, 2005
Images of the Campaign and Construction
Next Steps: Restoring the Sanctuary - By Susan Rifkin
“Laying the Cornerstone of a Synagogue” - Brooklyn Eagle, January 13, 1862
“Reconstruction of Beth Israel” - Brooklyn Eagle, September 8, 1879
“Put in the Ark” - Brooklyn Eagle, April 8, 1889
“Jews Rededicate Oldest Synagogue” - Brooklyn Eagle, September 23. 1929
“Temple Ends Drive” - Brooklyn Eagle, May 14, 1941
"Rites Set to Mark Renovation of Boro Synagogue" - Brooklyn Eagle, January 11, 1953

December 8, 2006 / Rabbi Israel Goldfarb
Portrait - Photo Anniversary journal, 1916
A Biographical Sketch - Dinner souvenir book, 1940
"Your Children’s Jewish Education" - 30th Anniversary Journal, January 30, 1938
Goldfarb Publications - Titles and music
Centennial Message - Centennial Banquet Journal
Centennial Fundraiser - Photo, 1956
"In Memoriam" - The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Graduation Exercises June 4, 1967
"Israel Goldfarb..." - Obituary, The New York Times, February 14, 1967
"The Journey of a Hebrew Melody: Rabbi Israel Goldfarb’s Shalom Aleichem" - By Rabbi Henry D. Michelman

December 15, 2006 / Chanukah
"Channuccah” - Brooklyn Eagle, December 4, 1877
“Hebrews Who Kept Christmas" - Brooklyn Eagle, December 27, 1885
"A Chanuka Festival” - Brooklyn Eagle, December 23,1889                    
“Sees Jews Growing Weaker in Faith” - Brooklyn Eagle, December 19, 1927
“Chanukah Reflections” - The Scroll, 1939, By Rabbi Goldfarb
“Miracle of Chanukah - Symbol of Jewish Immortality”- The Scroll, December 1959, By Rabbi Goldfarb
“Chanukah Party” - The Scroll, December 1985
“The Rabbi’s Message” - The Scroll, January 1986, By Rabbi Jonathan Ginsburg
“Kane St. Synagogue greets Russian Jews” - Brooklyn Paper Publications, January 11-17, 1990
“I Have a Little Dreidel – The True Story” - Being Jewish, Winter 2001/5762, By Susan Wolf

December 29, 2006 / Gathering History
Synagogue Publications
Seventy-four Years of “The Scroll” - Images of banner
The First Bulletin - Editorial Page, The Scroll, March 11, 1932
Celebrating 150 Years: 1856-2006 - Events of 2006
Historical Preservation - Photographs of Archivists, Curators, Raconteurs and Editors
Marriage Registry - File of Marriages from 1904-1955
Marriage Records - Study by Maureen Weicher
A Survey of Surveys - Study by Julia Hirsch
Kane Street Synagogue Archives - http://www.jtsa.edu/research/ratner/conrec/inst_kanestreet.shtml
Kane Street’s Safe Makes News - Articles and photographs
Archeology - By Thomas Clarke
The Search for the Rosenbergs - By Jack and Linda Winkleman

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