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City of Syracuse

Submitted by Kathy Crowell

Source:  Dwight H. Bruce (ed.), Onondaga's Centennial.  Boston History Co., 1896, Vol. I, p. 539.

This congregation was organized at the house of Jacob Groginsky, June 1, 1882, and the following officers chosen:  James B. Harrison, president; Nathan Levi, vice-president; Philip Kaufman, secretary; Moses Jacobs, treasurer.  The society met in the Wolf block, corner of Mulberry and Adams street a short time, when their present brick synagogue was erected in the latter part of 1882.  Daily meetings are held.

Submitted 18 July 1998