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The book Jewish Community of Dayton features more than 200 images, including this portrait of the combined Beth Abraham/Beth Jacob Bar Mitzvah Class of 1937-38 shown on the bima (stage) at Beth Jacob. Photo: Beth Abraham Synagogue.

By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer “He Who blessed our forefathers, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob — may He bless this entire holy congregation along with all the holy congregations . . . and those who dedicate synagogues for prayer and those who enter them to pray, and those who

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Jewish Genealogical Society volunteers safeguard family histories for current researchers, future generations By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer Molly Blumer’s parents always kept up with their family history. “Then I married Jeff and became Jewish and was very interested in what happened to Jeff’s family in the Holocaust,” says

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