The history of the Western Suburbs Synagogue. An excerpt

Journal article
In Journal Issue

Australian Jewish Historical Society Journal, 2, 7 (1947)

Author(s) Phillip Barg AbstractOf the early attempts to establish a congregation at Newtown-the first suburban congregation in New South Wales-no written records are preserved, and reliance must be placed on the memory of living persons. The year 1883 saw the sowing of the first seeds, when a minyan commenced to meet regularly at the home of Abraham and Naomi Solomon in;, King Street, within one hundred yards of the present Synagogue, and later at their residence at 15 Brown Street, Newtown. The nearest place of worship was distant about three miles. Because of this, the members of the minyan decided to work for the creation of a local centre for worship
Year1947
Pages390-394
The history of the Western Suburbs Synagogue. An excerpt
The history of the Western Suburbs Synagogue. An excerpt
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