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Fallen "Israel" Sign, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 9, 2006

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This photograph shows the letters (spelling "Israel") that fell from the damaged Congregation Beth Israel messageboard in front of the synagogue.

<br>It was taken by Jayne Guberman, Director of Oral History at the Jewish Women's Archive on May 9, 2006 in New Orleans.

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This photograph shows the letters (spelling "Israel") that fell from the damaged Congregation Beth Israel messageboard in front of the synagogue.

<br>It was taken by Jayne Guberman, Director of Oral History at the Jewish Women's Archive on May 9, 2006 in New Orleans.

Pamela Connolly's Exhibit "Where We Live"

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Where We Live art exhibit at the LSU Union Art Gallery at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, conceived by New York photographer and teacher Pamela Connolly as a joint project of the United Jewish Federation of New York and Kids with Cameras. The exhibit was co-produced by the Congregation B'nai Israel Hurricane Relief Committee.
Courtesy of Rick Weil.
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Where We Live art exhibit at the LSU Union Art Gallery at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, conceived by New York photographer and teacher Pamela Connolly as a joint project of the United Jewish Federation of New York and Kids with Cameras. The exhibit was co-produced by the Congregation B'nai Israel Hurricane Relief Committee.


Courtesy of Rick Weil.

Pharaoh Notes the Importance of the Jewish People by James Tissot circa 1896-1902

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Pharaoh Notes the Importance of the Jewish People, by James Tissot, circa 1896-1902.

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Pharaoh Notes the Importance of the Jewish People, by James Tissot, circa 1896-1902.

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West Coast Highway

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West Coast Highway photograph taken by the Rachel Landau's grandfather on the way back to Cleveland from California.
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West Coast Highway photograph taken by the Rachel Landau's grandfather on the way back to Cleveland from California.

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Steve Benson on the Dedication of Bashka Paeff's War Memorial Thumbnail

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Thumbnail from video. This Week in History: On May 31, 1926, the town of Kittery, Maine dedicated an unusual war memorial by Bashka Paeff. Steve Benson discusses the sculptor and her unconventional choice to create a memorial that acknowledged the horrors of war.

Thumbnail from video. This Week in History: On May 31, 1926, the town of Kittery, Maine dedicated an unusual war memorial by Bashka Paeff. Steve Benson discusses the sculptor and her unconventional choice to create a memorial that acknowledged the horrors of war.

Steve Benson on the Dedication of Bashka Paeff's War Memorial

This Week in History: On May 31, 1926, the town of Kittery, Maine dedicated an unusual war memorial by Bashka Paeff. Steve Benson discusses the sculptor and her unconventional choice to create a memorial that acknowledged the horrors of war.
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This Week in History: On May 31, 1926, the town of Kittery, Maine dedicated an unusual war memorial by Bashka Paeff. Steve Benson discusses the sculptor and her unconventional choice to create a memorial that acknowledged the horrors of war.

Pioneers of Plus Size Clothing

Enabling Style at Every Size

Lane Bryant and Nicolette Mason

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Lane Bryant and Nicolette Mason
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Lane Bryant and Nicolette Mason

Nicolette Mason, Fashion and Style Icon

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Nicolette Mason is a successful fashion and style blogger, contributing editor of Marie Claire, freelance consultant, and spokesperson for LGBTQIA rights and plus-sized fashion, based out of New York City and Los Angeles.
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Nicolette Mason is a successful fashion and style blogger, contributing editor of Marie Claire, freelance consultant, and spokesperson for LGBTQIA rights and plus-sized fashion, based out of New York City and Los Angeles.
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Lena (Lane) Bryant Maslin

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Lena (Lane) Bryant Maslin.
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Lena (Lane) Bryant Maslin.

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