BIALYSTOKER SYNAGOGUE NEW YORK

Native stone called âœManhattan schist❠is used in the façade of this nineteenth-century building that was built for the Willett Street Methodist Episcopal Church. It was converted to a synagogue in 1905 to serve a congregation that had been formed twenty-seven years earlier in Bialystok, a part of the Russian Empire that is now Poland, and that remained together after emigrating to New York.

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Bialystoker Synagogue

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