Maine Jewish History Challenges by City

These wonderful photographs have a number of unidentified faces.
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  • Brunswick
    • The Thorndike Club at Bowdoin College The Thorndike club was formed in 1937 by my uncle Carl and my father Stanley Barron. It became Alpha Rho Upsilon (All Races United) in 1946. : Gary Barron (circa 1939) - Gary Barron
  • Portland
  • Rangeley
    • Furniture Salesman summer getaway A bunch of furniture guys would take a fishing trip each year. They were known as the Lucky 'leven sine there were eleven of them This was either in Rangeley or was at West Shore Camps on Sebago. Not sure: Jocelyn Pollard (date not known) - Jocelyn Pollard
  • Sweden
    • Camp Tapawingo My sisters and I attended the camp during the years 1954 - 1960. Each of us went for 3 to 4 summers. All campers and counselors wore uniforms. : Barbara Erdreich Fine (circa 1958) - Barbara Fine
    • Camp Tapawingo group photo My sisters and I attended the camp during the years 1954 - 1960. Each of us went for 3 to 4 summers. All campers and counselors wore uniforms. : Barbara Erdreich Fine (circa 1959) - Barbara Fine
    • Camp Tapawingo group swimming My mother, Irma Rae Bloch (Erdreich) was born and lived in Selma, Alabama. She attended Camp Tapawingo in the late 1920s: Barbara E. Fine (circa 1928) - Barbara Fine

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