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The sanctuary of St. Mary's Cathedral after renovation, 2015. The walls feature new iconography by world-renowned Russian iconographer Dmitry Shkolnik.
Expert Essay: Writer and historian Laura Weber explores more than 150 years of Jewish history to reveal stories shaped by immigration, resistance to anti-Semitism, and eventual integration.
Church in Ely, 1913.
Church of St. Malachy, Clontarf, 1878.
Father Anatole Oster (left) with farmers in Clontarf Township, c.1885.
Archbishop John Ireland, c.1900.
Photo collage display made by the United Jewish Federation Council, undated.
The executive director of the United Jewish Federation Council of St. Paul and the executive director of the Jewish Federation Council of Kansas City visit a home in Ourika, Morocco during a tour of conditions of Jews in North Africa, undated.
Members of the United Jewish Federation Council receive a public relations award on November 24, 1978.
Poster used by Jewish Vocational Society of St. Paul. Photographed on April 16, 1973.
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