Image of a brick building located in the mill area of Holyoke, Massachusetts circa 1920's. "Sons of Zion" carved in brick near top of the building. Writing on back of photograph "Synagogue erected on the site of the former hall of the Société Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Holyoke, Massachusetts, where the first meeting of the delegates of local societies took place in 1898, to lay the foundation for the federation which became the Union Saint-Jean-Baptiste d'Amérique. Former Canadian hall, Maple Street; Property of the Société Saint-Jean-Baptiste and the Union canadienne" 10" x 8"
H. Demers, 1068 Main Street, Holyoke, Massachusetts
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L'Union Saint-Jean-Baptiste Collection. Emmanuel d’Alzon Library Photograph and Manuscript Collection. Assumption University,, Worcester, Massachusetts
Mutual Benefit Societies, Franco-Americans, Holyoke, Massachusetts, Synagogue