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Spring 1993


This article presents a detailed look at an individual Jew's contributions to Brownsville and the adjacent border area. It illustrates the need for more local studies of a biographical nature to add to our knowledge of Jewish Texans. Research into related topics, such as the role of lay rabbis in maintaining Jewish religious life in other small towns in the Southwest and the degree to which Jewish immigrants entered the mainstream of community life in America, is also needed.


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