This vintage postcard features an early Synagogue located in Baltimore, Maryland. The temple was on Eutaw Place. A street sign bearing the name “Eutaw Place” can be seen near the right edge of the image. The temple was built in 1892 to serve the German Jewish immigrants living in Baltimore. The synagogue seated 2,200 people. This postcard was published by Raphael Tuck & Sons as part of a series (no.1016).The card has a crease on it’s bottom left hand corner. The postcard is in overall good condition (see scans). (SOLD)

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  1. Hi I made a mistake and ordered this card with shipping out of USA. I’m located in the USA and placed a new order for it. Would you see that I am not charged for my incorrect order? Thank you Lee Greenberg.

    Sent from my iPhone


    • I will refund you $30.95 today for the international order. Look for an email from paypal confirming the refund. I will refund you the money this afternoon. Thanks for your purchase of this postcard. It is a piece of Jewish American History (Baltimore).

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