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Early 1900s Boston Jewish Immigrant Experiences Shared in the Newspaper*

Remembering Anshe Libavitz Congregants and Neighbors

shul formerly of Joy Street, Boston, MA

Newspaper Issue* Newspaper Headline Participants
March 5, 1900 - Boston Globe*
Glaser-Rubin Wedding

[Family Connection: Shneur Zalman Rubin ]
Rossie Glaser to Hyman Rubin of Cambridge

Miss Etta Glaser, sister; Mr. Nathan Glaser, brother of the bride

Bridesmaids: Misses Sarah and Annie Glaser, sisters of the bride; Belle Kabatznick, Dora E. Cohen, Mary, Annie Rubin and Lena Rubin, sisters of the groom; and Rose Baker

Ushers: Messrs. Charles Quint, M. Glaser, H. Morrison, J. Rubin, L. Rubin and H. Pole.

Rev. H. Glaser, brother of the bride
April 2, 1900 - Boston Globe*
New Dispensary on Cooper Street
Intended for the Especial Benefit of Hebrews of the North and West Ends
June 12, 1900 - Boston Globe*
Public Laundry and Wash House
Latest Among Boston's Charitable Institutions - Located at the West End - Works Well in London
May 27, 1901 - Boston Globe*
Hebrew Industrial School
Mrs. Jacob H. Hecht; Jacob H. Hecht; Miss Goldie Bamber; Solomon Schindler, superintendent of the Leopold Morse Home, Mattapan; Max Mitchell, superintendent of the Federation of Jewish Charities of this city; Mrs. H. Van Noorden, president of the Boston section, Council of Jewish Women; Israel Cohen, president of the United Hebrew Benevolent Association.
September 29, 1902, Boston Globe*
Dedication of an Ark

Shari Jerusalem synagogue, Carroll Place
Women's society: Mrs. Esther Siletzky, Mrs. Dora Axelrod, Mrs. Gertrude Kaplan, Mrs. Fannie Goldfeder.

Exercises: Morris Allman, presiding officer of the ladies society: S. Kablensky, chairman of the congregation; A. Fine, H. Glazer, B. Kaplan, Mendel Katzoff, H. Rubin, M. Rubin, Joseph Siletzky, P. Leib

Rabbi S. J. Friederman
March 30, 1903 - Boston Globe*
Mittel-Rubin Wedding

[Family Connection: Jacob Rubin]
Linna Rubin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rubin to Morris Mittel

Mary Rubin, her sister; Solomon Rubin, brother of the bride; Henry Mittel; Joseph Mittel; A Albaum; Isaac Rubin

Rabbi Friederman
April 23, 1906 - Boston Globe*
To Make Streets Safe
Citizens' Protective League of East Boston Makes Plans
June 20, 1906 - Boston Daily Globe*
Wedding Delayed (Glaser-Yaffe)
Lena Yaffe to Israel Glaser

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Glaser; Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubin

Maid of Honor: Miss Mary Rubin

Best Man: Israel Yaffe

Bridesmaids: Misses Eva Rubin, Etta Rubin, Lena Cohen, Rose Rubin, Bessie Mosner, Ida Levitsky, Sarah Kaplan, Tillie Sacks

Ushers: Israel G. Rubin, P. Bolansky, H. Paul, Samuel Moletzky, Israel Gellerman

Rev. M. Kopelowitz of the Joy Street synagogue
January 5, 1913 - Boston Globe*
Synagogue Service in Boston Ghetto
Impressions of a Gentile Visitor There - Orthodox Jewish Ritual and How It Is Read and Chanted
June 8, 1922 - Boston Daily Globe*
Business Trouble
Samuel M. Malatzky
March 5, 1900 - Boston Globe:
Glaser-Rubin Wedding
Rossie Glaser; Hyman Rubin of Cambridge; Mary Rubin; Annie Rubin; Lena Rubin; J. Rubin; L. Rubin; Charles Quint; M. Glaser; H. Morrison; H. Pole: Rose Baker; Sarah Glaser; Annie Glaser; Belle Kabatznich; Dora E. Cohen


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Source: *ProQuest Historical Newspapers Boston Globe (1872-1923) -