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1. A Jewish Temple to Cost $100,000 A Jewish Temple to Cost $100,000 January//1907 Description of the B'Nai Jehudah Temple to be built at the southeast corner of Linwood Boulevard and Flora Avenue. Plans were drawn by the late William H. Cutler of the firm of Howe, Hoit & Cutler. Includes...

2. B'nai Jehudah Temple B'nai Jehudah Temple Postcard of the B'nai Jehudah Temple at Linwood and Flora

3. B'Nai Jehudah Temple B'Nai Jehudah Temple 1990 Full frontal view of Temple B'Nai Jehudah, located at 69th and Holmes.

4. B'nai Jehudah Temple B'nai Jehudah Temple File includes newspaper articles and brochures about the temple.

5. B'nai Jehudah Temple City Directory Entry B'nai Jehudah Temple City Directory Entry 1888 Entry for the "Synagogue, Oak, sw. cor. 11th," (the B'nai Jehudah Temple).

6. Biography of Samuel S. Mayerberg (1892-1964), Rabbi Biography of Samuel S. Mayerberg (1892-1964), Rabbi 2007

7. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Index Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Index 1938 Biographical sketch of Clarence Hirsch, president of the Lyko Medicine Company at 417 Delaware Street. He was born in Kansas City in 1892 and became a salesman for local distilling companies before becoming...

8. Effort to award Temple historic designation fails Effort to award Temple historic designation fails June 28, 2003 Article discusses decision by Kansas City Landmarks Commission not to designate Temple B'nai Jehudah historic lndmark.

9. First Synagogue in Kansas City First Synagogue in Kansas City September 25, 1875 Information about a Jewish synagogue first being established in Kansas City in 1869 and dedicated in 1875, presumably the B'nai Jehudah Temple at the southeast corner of 6th and Wyandotte Streets.

10. Fund Honors Nationally-Known Professor, Architect Fund Honors Nationally-Known Professor, Architect July 21, 2011 Article about the Seligson Fund for Architecture Urban Planning + Design at UMKC, and its namesake, Theodore Seligson. Seligson is a Kansas City architect who helped designed the Temple B'nai Jehudah at...

11. Group Pushes To Save Temple From Demolition Group Pushes To Save Temple From Demolition November/4/2002 Article details the current controversy over the demolition of the 35 year old Temple B'Nai Jehudah located at 69th Street and Holmes Road. The Helzberg Foundation owns the property and intends to raze...

12. H. Probst City Directory Entry H. Probst City Directory Entry 1888 Entry for "H. Probst, architect and superintendent. References:--K. C. F. S. & M. R. R. general offices; New Synagogue [or B'nai Jehudah Temple], Trinity Church, Meyer Bros. Drug Co."

13. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views 1896 Photo of the B'nai Jehudah "Jewish Synagogue, 11th and Oak Sts."

14. K. C.'s Jewish History Threatened K. C.'s Jewish History Threatened Spring 1997 Article discussing the various Jewish historic structures, including synagogues, under threat of demolition and efforts being made to preserve and make use of them, including the B'nai Jedudah and Beth...

15. Kansas City Area--Seminary President Inaugurated [etc.] Kansas City Area--Seminary President Inaugurated [etc.] June/3/1959 Report about various area religious organizations, including building additions to two Protestant seminaries, conventions for Christianity and Judaism at the B'nai Jehudah Temple and for the Fellowship...

16. Local Authors: Writers Produce for Larger Readership Local Authors: Writers Produce for Larger Readership Spring//1997 Brief biography of Frank Adler in a collection of brief bios of Kansas City area Jewish authors, including his work on a book on the history of the Temple B'nai Jehudah called "Roots in a Moving Stream."...

17. Local Jews Served by Orthodox, Conservative And Reform Congregations Local Jews Served by Orthodox, Conservative And Reform Congregations June 30, 2010 Descriptions of Kansas City area synagogues and temples with history, location, size, and photograph of each congregation's rabbi.

18. Mitzvah Garden Grows Next to Synagogue Mitzvah Garden Grows Next to Synagogue May 7, 2010 The congregation of B'nai Jehudah has established a 10,000 square-foot Mitzvah Garden at the Temple to help in "the local fight against hunger." They plan to sell the produce at farmers' markets as well...

19. New School Confronts Familiar Tests New School Confronts Familiar Tests August 13, 2005 Article is about University Academy, a charter school located at 6801 Holmes Road, where Temple B'nai Jehudah once stood. The school is housed in a $40 million, 172,000-square-foot building which came...

20. Pianist Helped Others Shine Pianist Helped Others Shine March 19, 2011 Tribute column for Myrnalee Braverman of Leawood, Kansas, who died March 6, 2011. Braverman, "a skilled pianist, was the music coordinator at Kansas City's larges Reform Jewish temple, B'nai Jehudah, and...