Jewish Historical Society

of Southern California

 

Parent organization of

 

Breed Street Shul Project, Inc.

 

 

 

 

The mission of the Jewish Historical Society of Southern California is to preserve and create awareness of local Jewish history while reaching out to the larger community. The Society conducts tours to sites of Jewish historical interest in the Los Angeles area, maintains an archive of community records, and helps produce film series, lectures, exhibits, publications, and oral histories.

 

The current major project of the Jewish Historical Society is rehabilitation of the Breed Street Shul in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of east Los Angeles. To learn more about this project, please click here to visit the extensive website (under reconstruction) of our subsidiary organization, Breed Street Shul Project, Inc.

 

Please click on the Network for Good logo to make a secure online donation to Jewish Historical Society. Network for Good is an organization that provides resources to non-profit organizations. To make your online donation to Breed Street Shul Project, Inc., please click on the Contributions link above and scroll down to the bottom of the page.

 

 

Jewish Historical Society of Southern California

6505 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 370

Los Angeles, California 90048

Tel: 323.761.8950 Fax: 323.761.8952 E-mail: JHSociety@aol.com

 

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Site last updated on 03/15/2010

Welcome to the website of the Jewish Historical Society of Southern California. JHS is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the Jewish experience in Southern California. 

 

 

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