A Changed World – Maps of Jewish Institutions of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Chicago, in the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, 1942: – III – Chicago

1. First Brick House in Chicago
2. K.A.M., first meeting place
3. K.A.M., first synagogue
4. K.A.M., present location
5. Sinai Congregation in 1861
6. Zion Congregation, first synagogue
7. Washington Blvd. Temple
8. Standard Club in 1872
9. Ohave Sholom Mariampol
10. Adler Planetarium
11. Hebrew Benevolent Cemetery
12. Mount Isaiah Cemetery
13. Mount Mayriv Cemetery
14. Mount Israel Cemetery
15. Standard Club, present location
16. Covenant Club
17. Sinai Congregation, present site
18. Museum of Science and Industry
19. Mount Sinai Hospital
20. Chicago Home for Jewish Orphans
21. Chicago Home for the Jewish Aged
22. Marks Nathan Jewish Orphan Home
23. Orthodox Jewish Home for the Aged
24. Jewish People’s Institute
25. Hebrew Theological College
26. Temple Isaiah – Israel
27. South Shore Temple
28. Rodfei Zedek
29. South Side Hebrew Congregation
30. Beth Israel
31. Temple Emanuel
32. Temple Sholom
33. Mizpah Congregation
34. Agudas Achim
35. Anshe Emet
36. B’nai Zion
37. Humboldt Boulevard Temple
38. Logan Square Congregation
39. Tifereth Zion
40. Beth Itzchok
41. Anshe Kneses Israel
42. Anshe Sholom
43. Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol, Albany Park
44. Michael Reese Hospital
45. Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol, Anshe Luknik
46. Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol, Anshe Dorim
47. First Jewish hospital in Chicago
48. Anshe Kneses Israel (old)
49. B’nai Sholom, first synagogue

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