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Black and white photographs of the YMHA team. Team members: front ot rear and left to right: Teddy Roobin, Harry Cohen, Taft Epstein, Joe Weintraub, Al Simons (coach), Ike Epsman, Sam Mendelsohn, Abe Jaffee, Jack Luks (manager), Marvin Goldstein, Steve Browdy, Mickey Lubell, Abe Danenberg. Birmingham View negative number 48423.
Dobbs Birmingham View Collection 1509, Archives Department (source)
Birmingham View (publisher)
Birmingham View Company (creator)
Temple Beth-El, organized in 1905, was built in 1926 at the corner of Highland Avenue and Beech Street [21st Way South]. The architect, Charles McCauley, designed it in the Romanesque style with round arches. The back part of the building was added on in 1950. The interiors of both the original building and the additions were remodeled and designed by William Chambers. The building is remarkable not only for its architectural beauty but for its sculptures by Philip Ratner.
Archives Department, Jefferson County Historical Commission, Collection # 4. (source)
Merino, James A., Dr. (publisher)
Moseley, Don (contributor)
October, 1972
Southern History Department (source)
Reform Advocate (publisher)
Newfield, Morris (creator)
black & white photograph from circa 1920s.
General Photographs Archives Department (source)
Birmingham, Ala. (publisher)
Hunt, Oscar V., 1881-1962 (creator)
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