Photo Credit: Steinfeldt Photography Collection of the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest.
A celebration circa 1951 at either Emanuel Cohen center or the basement of Tifereth B’nai Jacob for Tifereth congregants.
Tifereth B’nai Jacob was an Orthodox Shul that was also referred to as the “Elwood Shul.” The congregation merged with Mikro Kodesh during the migration to the western suburbs, ultimately merging again with members of the Minneapolis south-side Shul, B’nai Abraham, to create B’nai Emet in St. Louis Park. The woman at the front of the procession is Lena Burdman.
From the Steinfeldt Photography Collection of the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest.
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