Yom Kippur services at Great Lakes, Illinois
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Description: Yom Kippur services at Great Lakes, Illinois
Note: Text on back of photograph: Yom Kippur services at Great Lakes, Ill. I think 1942 or 1943. Rabbi Julius Mark was chaplain. Services held in drill hall, now Catholic chapel.
Medium: black and white photograph
Date: circa 1942
Persistent URL: digital.cjh.org/R/?func=dbin-jump-full&object_id=210560
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
Parent Collection: National Jewish Welfare Board Records
Call Number: I-337
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