89-101. Thirteen images of Jewish ceremonies, including three pairs of prints made from the same negatives, two of which with different croppings. The congregation depicted is assumed to be a group of American Fallashes called the Commandment Keeper's congregation. The Commandment Keepers were founded in 1919 by Wentworth Arthur Matthew, according to the New York Historical Society. By 1940 there were about 500 people in the Harlem congregation.
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Archives Center, National Museum of American History