Legacy

Stories from the Archives
December 19, 2013

Exhibits from the Archives

Reflecting the life and times of Jewish Detroit a century ago, photographs on display at Adat Shalom Synagogue.

Latke Vodka 9
October 30, 2013

Pix from the Archives

From “attendees” to participants. From members to volunteers. From advocates to ambassadors. From fundraisers to leaders . . . the strength of Jewish Detroit has always been a torch to pass on to the next generation.

Dexter Davison Market
October 1, 2013

Notes from The Archives

Times change but the Jewish community of Detroit has remained cohesive in its migratory pattern.

Fred Butzel
September 1, 2013

Notes from The Archives

Google the name Fred M. Butzel: No one man, and certainly no one in the Detroit community has done more to earn the esteem of so many.

Leonard Simons
August 1, 2013

Leonard N. Simons

Detroit ad man, scholar, historian, author, activist, philanthropist . . . This was Leonard N. Simons.

The Dubins
July 1, 2013

The Albert Dubin Story in Archives

Did you know that the pickle industry has roots in Jewish Detroit?

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