Generations 2011-2012: Special Theme Issue: Jewish Foodways

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Generations 2011-2012: Special Theme Issue: Jewish Foodways

Table of Contents

Baltimore Jewish Foodways by Avi Y. Decter

“Processions, Debates and Curbstone Encounters”: The Struggle over Kosher Meat in Baltimore, 1897-1918 by Avi Y. Decter

Family Fare: Baltimore Jewish Food Businesses by Jennifer Vess

Bedlam with Corned Beef on the Side: The Jewish Delicatessen in Baltimore by Barry Kessler

Romancing the Coddie by Gilbert Sandler

Gallery: HENDLER’S: The Velvet Kind by Rachel Kassman

Book Review: The Sacred Table: Creating a Jewish Food Ethic reviewed by Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin

Field Notes: The Pearlstone Center by Jakir Manela

Chronology: Baltimore Jewish Foodways compiled by Avi Y. Decter

Cost: $10

To order a print copy of Generations 2011-2012, please contact Esther’s Place, the JMM Museum Shop at 443-873-5179 or email Devan Southerland, Museum Shop Assistant at dsoutherland@jewishmuseummd.org.

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Once Upon a Time…02.19.2016

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The Baltimore Jewish Times publishes unidentified photographs from the collection of Jewish Museum of Maryland each week. If you can identify anyone in these photos and more information about them, contact Joanna Church by email at jchurch@jewishmuseummd.org

 

1994051006Date run in Baltimore Jewish Times:  February 19, 2016

 

PastPerfect Accession #:  1994.051.006

 

Status: Unidentified! Who are these participants in the 1980 Walk for Israel?

 

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Generations 2004: Recreation, Sports & Leisure

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Generations 2004: Recreation, Sports & Leisure

Table of Contents

Introduction by Avi Y. Decter

A Club of Their Own: Suburban and Woodholme Through the Years by Deborah R. Weiner

The Dancing Schools of Baltimore’s Jewish Society by Gilbert Sandler

Equine Passion: The Cohen Family at Pimlico Race Course by Robin Z. Waldman

Match Point: Fighting Racial Discrimination in Druid Hill Park by Barry Kessler with Anita Kassof

City of Champions: Major League Sports and Baltimore Jews by Diane L. Jacobsohn

“A Nice Clean Room”: Pool Hall Portraits from 1950s Baltimore by Michael A. Lang

Amateur Jewish Athletes: Then and Now by Jobi O. Zink

Chronology: The Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore

Field Notes: National Museum of American Jewish History by Mike Silver and Ari Kelman

Review: Martin Abramowitz, Jewish Major Leaguers by Raphael Alvarez

Cost: SOLD OUT!

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