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Dr. George Jacob Gordon, founder of the Minneapolis Talmud Torah and instructor in therapeutics and obstetrics at Hamlin University, c.1935.
Interior of the Minneapolis Talmud Torah at 1616 Queen Avenue North in Minneapolis, 1951. Photograph by the Minneapolis Star Journal Tribune.
St. Paul Talmud Torah Nursery School’s graduating class of 1963.
Young men and women of the 1935 graduating class of the S.t Paul Talmud Torah. Max Gordon, the director of the Talmud Torah, is seated at the center of the front row.
Students at the St. Paul Talmud Torah, 1930.
Members of a sewing class at St. Paul’s Neighborhood House, c.1920.
Robbins Gilman, c.1950.
A sewing class at Northeast Neighborhood House, 1936.
Catheryne Gilman, 1945.
Woman with two boys at the Northeast Neighborhood House, c.1925.
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