Aroostook Auburn Augusta Bangor Bar Harbor Biddeford Biddeford-Saco Blue Hill Brunswick Canaan Canaan, ME Cannaan Denmark Freeport Gardiner Harrison Kennebunkport Kittery Lewiston Maine Maine - statewide Nashua North Belgrade Norway Oakland Ogunquit Old Orchard Beach Orono Portland Linda Lavin, short biography Rebecca Thurman Bernstein , short biography The store of Joseph Wolf. He payed for the first synagogue in Portland 1884 J. H. Wolf clothing store was located at 89 Middle St., Portland, starting in 1884.J.H. Wolf was originally opened at 354 Congress St. before moving to Middle Street, where the store occupied a number of different locations until Wolf retired in 1915 and - Elizabeth Stevens Invitation to vote for the Rabbi, Portland 1900 - Maine Memory Network Ku Klux Klan Procession 1923 - Maine Memory Network Reading of Bible in Schools Upheld 1923 - Ben Kissen Alice Silverman owned this building – family lived here 1924 Building/Business owned by Nathan Silverman 1924 Business owned by Hyman Ginsburg 1924 Business owned by Joseph Bernstein 1924 Charles Bronstein business 1924 Garage owned by Sam Serota 1924 Lizzie Silverman, 70 years old, owned a clothing store here 1924 Rice & Reuben Plumbing & Heating 1924 Rose Diamon meat market Middle St 1924 Tailor shop owned by Samuel Agger 1924 Brevities: Hiram Abrams 1926 - Ben Kissen Ku Klux Klan field day, Portland 1926 - Maine Memory Network Teachers of the Portland Hebrew School 1926 - Maine Memory Network Campaign in Maine for Home for Aged 1928 - Ben Kissen Lewis H Weinstein - biography 1950 "During World War ii he served in the army, in 1944 on General Eisenhower's staff as liaison to General Charles de Gaulle, and in 1945 as a lieutenant colonel and chief of the liaison section in the European Theater of Operation. - Harris Gleckman Anti-semitic Publication Distributed in Maine Senatorial Primaries 1954 - Ben Kissen Christian Groups Protest Dessemination of Anti-semitic Paper 1954 - Ben Kissen Maine Doctors Switch Convention Site in Blow at Discrimination 1954 - Ben Kissen Anti-jewish Discrimination Widespread Among Summer Resorts in Maine 1958 - Ben Kissen Israeli Official Lauds Maine Jews 1961 Rebecca Thurman Bernstein, biography 1968 Urging Support of Projected Maine Bill to Act Against Private Club Discrimination 1969 - Ben Kissen Jewish Teens in Maine Make Call to Moscow 1972 - Ben Kissen Anti-Semitic, racist graffiti reported in Portland 2001 - Ben Kissen Never Again, Again. Jewish Groups and Individuals Fuel Darfur Rallies 2006 - Ben Kissen Anti-Semitism sermon title rankles Maine Jews 2007 full article requires subscription to Boston.com archive service - Erin Conroy and James Vaznis News Brief 2007 - Ben Kissen News Brief 2007 - Ben Kissen Maine Chabad rabbi fighting closure 2008 - Ben Kissen Lana Shkolnik and Galina Antonovskiy 2009 Maine Synagogue Vandalized 2009 - Ben Kissen Maine Governor Paul LePAge apologizes for Gestapo Comment 2012 - Ben Kissen OU sue Maine dairy over use of its symbol 2012 - Ben Kissen Anshe Sfard, Portland's Early Chassidic Congregation 2014 - Susan Cummings-Lawrence Anshe Sfard, Portland's Forgotten Chassidic Synagogue 2014 - Susan Cummings-Lawrence Mission to communist island: Maine group to forge ties with Cuba's Jews 2015 - Kelley Bouchard Maine group established to preserve, restore local Jewish cemeteries 2016 - Ben Kissen Linda Lavin : IMDb professional biography 2017 Rangeley Rockland Scarborough Searsport South Portland Waterville York York Harbor
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