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Dear List Members:
My name is Julian H. Preisler and I reside in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia near Washington, DC.
I am searching for a person who can take a color photograph of the exterior of the former Fremont Hebrew Temple building located at 333 West 3rd Street in Fremont.
I am researching American Synagogue Architecture and am in the process of creating an e-Book on the subject. Photo credit will be given to the photographer both in the research project and upon publication. If anyone can do this for me or knows of someone who is willing to assist, please do get in touch with me. Photographs can be digital (preferred), but I can also accept regular print photographs and can scan them into the database.
I have photographs of only a few of the Jewish temples and synagogues in Nebraska and would also like to include the former temple building in Fremont.
I thank you in advance for your help and look forward to hearing from any of you.
Mr. Julian H. Preisler
Falling Waters, West Virginia
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