JEWISH TEMPLE : SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS : HORSE & CARRIAGES : JUDAICA POSTCARD

This vintage lithographic postcard features a Jewish Temple, located in San Antonio, Texas. Note the two horse and carriages at the curb in front of the temple. The temple appearing on this postcard is “Temple Beth El”. The congregation was founded in 1874 and its first temple was opened in 1875. Many of the temple’s members were German immigrants who came to Texas in the 1850’s and 1860’s. In 1903, the congregation opened another temple to replace the first which was outgrown. The second temple, built on the site of the first, is pictured on this postcard. The second temple was replaced in 1927. This postcard is from the 1900’s or 1910’s. It was published by Paul Ebers, located in San Antonio. Despite corner wear, this postcard is in overall good condition (see scans).

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