Jewish Cincinnati: A Photographic History by J. Miles Wolf [FotoFocus Biennial]
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A photographic documentation of Jewish places of worship and communal gathering, past and present – still extant, but unoccupied or repurposed – merged with related historical photographs.
J. Miles Wolf brings his considerable talents to Jewish Cincinnati, which from the early 19th-century has been an important center of American Jewish life. Like Cincinnati’s general community, the Jewish community’s synagogues, cemeteries, and other institutions expanded and dispersed from downtown during the mid to late 19th-century to North Avondale by the early 20th-century, to Amberley Village and Roselawn by the second half of the 20th-century, and up the I-71 corridor to the suburbsView more
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3101 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45220