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The Synagogues of Central & Western Pennsylvania
The Synagogues of Central & Western Pennsylvania: A Visual Journey
By Julian H. Preisler
Fonthill Media, (2014)
The Jewish Eye is pleased to announce the publication of Julian H. Preisler's new book, The Synagogues of Central & Western Pennsylvania: A Visual Journey...
Fonthill Media Press Release:
A fascinating new book exploring the history and architecture of synagogues in the Central and Western regions of Pennsylvania. Featuring 230 photographs and images (32 in color) of
current, former, and demolished synagogues. Extensive historical narrative and informative
captions accompany each image. Along with the large cities in the region, the current and
former synagogues in the numerous industrial and mill towns are included. This is the most
extensive and comprehensive book of its kind on this unique subject. Signed copies are
available from the author for $19.99 plus $3.50 s/h. The book is also available online at
Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million and Casemate Athena.
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Mr. Preisler is also the author of the highly recommended book, Jewish West Virginia: Images of America Series! This book offers a pictorial history of Jewish West Virginia, and it highlights the role that Jews played in the settlement and history of the state.
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