Jewish Historical Society Panel Discussion on Historic Interpretation
In 2009, the Jewish Historical Society of Washington, DC held a panel discussion with noted scholars of Jewish History to develop an interpretive plan for the preservation and interpretation of the historic 1876 Adas Israel Synagogue. The building has experienced a number of uses throughout its storied history, and has even endured a move from its original foundation in 1969. The panelists discuss interpreting the history from multiple perspectives including: immigration, gender, and business. The panel is a useful discussion for individuals and organizations seeking to cultivate a wider audience and appreciation for their own preservation and history projects.
Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington
7 July 2009
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