Seattle Sephardic Brotherhood is founded in 1935.

  • By HistoryLink.org Staff
  • Posted 1/15/1999
  • HistoryLink.org Essay 701

In 1935, the Seattle Sephardic Brotherhood is formed by amalgamation of Sephardic organizations. Its purpose is to bring the Sephardic community together. The Seattle Sephardic Brotherhood administers the Sephardic Brotherhood cemetery.


Sources:

Washington State Jewish Historical Society, The Jewish Experience in Washington State: A Chronology 1853-1995 (Seattle: Washington State Jewish Historical Society, 1998).


Related Topics:   Jews in Washington | Organizations | Roots

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