Black and white photograph of a Jewish Vocational Society poster, 1978.

Jewish Vocational Society poster

Poster used by Jewish Vocational Society of St. Paul. Photographed on April 16, 1973.

Black and white photograph of members of the St. Paul section of the National Council of Jewish Women, 1933. Pictured are Mrs. Segal, Mrs. Firestone, Mrs. Bronstein, and Mrs. Phillips.

Members of the St. Paul section of the National Council of Jewish Women

Members of the St. Paul section of the National Council of Jewish Women, 1933. Pictured are Mrs. Segal, Mrs. Firestone, Mrs. Bronstein, and Mrs. Phillips.

Black and white photograph of a woman in the office of the Jewish Family Welfare Association, Minneapolis, c.1925.

Woman in office of the Jewish Family Welfare Association, Minneapolis

Woman in the office of the Jewish Family Welfare Association, Minneapolis, c.1925.

Black and white photograph of a staff member administering a vocational test at the Jewish Vocational Society of St. Paul, undated.

Jewish Vocational Society

A staff member administers a vocational test at the Jewish Vocational Society of St. Paul, undated.

Jewish Social Welfare Groups, 1871–2012

Nineteenth-century Jewish immigrants brought to Minnesota long-standing religious traditions of aiding the poor and needy. Beginning in the 1870s, German-Jewish immigrants, followed by Jews from Eastern Europe, founded an array of charitable and philanthropic groups. Women were the prime movers, though men held directors’ roles.

Color image of University Avenue Congregational Church designed in 1907. Despite its name, the address is 507 Victoria, between University and Sherburne, in Frogtown. Photograph by Paul Nelson, October 14, 2014.

University Avenue Congregational Church

University Avenue Congregational Church designed in 1907. Despite its name, the address is 507 Victoria, between University and Sherburne, in Frogtown. Photograph by Paul Nelson, October 14, 2014.

Black and white photograph of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, 186 East Fairfield, c.1951.

Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, 186 East Fairfield

Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, 186 East Fairfield, c.1951.

Black and white photograph of the St. Paul Hebrew Institute, Kentucky Street, 1921.

St. Paul Hebrew Institute, Kentucky Street

St. Paul Hebrew Institute, Kentucky Street, 1921.

Black and white photograph of Herzl Camp, 1990.

Herzl Camp

Herzl Camp, 1990.

Black and white photograph of campers gathering outdoors at Camp Ramah, 1986.

Camp Ramah

Campers gather outdoors at Camp Ramah, 1986. From the Sharron and Oren Steinfeldt Photography Collection of the Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives.

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