September 1, 2014
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March 21, 1958: Looking east down Fourth Avenue from Cedar Street in Spokane. The house of worship on the right is Keneseth Israel Synagogue.
Dec. 30, 2013 in City on Page A5
There have been Jewish people in Spokane at least since businessman Simon Berg set up a dry goods store in 1879. Recounted in a 2008 article by Jim Kershner in …
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