International Survey of Jewish Monuments
Jewish Heritage Report
volume II, 3-4
Table of Contents

-From the President: Report from Paris by Samuel Gruber

-Fire Devastates New York’s Central Synagogue: Congregation Set to Rebuild Landmark Structure by Rebecca Anderson

-ISJM News

--ISJM Assists Restoration of Warsaw Cemetery Ber Sonnenberg Monument
--ISJM-backed Conservation Team Assesses Condition of Endangered Subotica Synagogue
--ISJM Members Helen & Abe Sirkin Carry out Reconnaissance Survey of Kerala Jewish Sites
--ISJM Sponsors Research on Afghan Synagogues: A Preliminary Report
--Suriname Jewish Cemetery in Danger: ISJM Begins Fund-Raising, Documentation
World News and Updates
Vienna Synagogue "Reconstruction"
--Mogilev Jewish Sites Need Care
--Volozhyn Yeshiva (Belarus) to Reopen
U.S. Commission Urges Sarajevo Cemetery Restoration
--Rouen's Medieval Jewish Rabbinic Academy, Excavated in the 1970's, Remains Off-Limits
--Present Status of the "Exposition Permanente" on the History and Culture of the Jews of Mediaeval Normandy
The Jewish Museums in Bavaria
Dublin to Lose Historic Adelaide Road Shul
Neviim Street, Jerusalem Preservation Project
--Work on Venice Cemetery Continues
--Jewish Heritage & Museum in Sicily
Polish Parliament Passes Law to Protect Death Camp Sites
--Restoration of Saint Petersburg's Grand Choral Synagogue Begins
--St. Petersburg's Cemetery Pre-Burial House, an Example of Early Modernism, in Dire Need of Repair
--Nobosibirsk Synagogue Desecrated
--The Fortress Synagogue and Jewish Cemetery of Satanov, Ukraine
--Zhovkav Synagogue:  Future Museum of Galician Jewry?
-Special Report: The Conservation and Restoration of Synagogues and Jewish Cemeteries in the Czech Republic by Dr. Arno Parik

-New Documentary Evokes Destroyed Central European Jewry

-United States Report

"The Little Synagogue That Could": Tucson, Arizona's Stone Ave. Temple
by Rebecca Anderson

New York Burial Society Provides a Final Resting Places for the Poor
by Paul Margolis

Save an Indiana Shul
by Mark Gordon

In Brief

Hollywood's "Temple to the Stars" Sold
Brooklyn Jewish Center to Change
-Museums and Exhibitions


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