Group   

Jewish American Society for Historic Preservation

Categories: Community / Clubs, History

Countries: USA

From their website: "The Jewish American Society for Historic Preservation is a non-profit, volunteer organization. The purpose of the Society is to identify and recognize sites of American Jewish Historical interest. The Society sponsors and promotes programs of local and national historic interest. Cooperating with local Historical Societies, Communities, Churches and Synagogues, the Society encourages dialogue and interactive recognition of the commonality of the American Experience."

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Jewish American Society for Historic Preservation

Creations i

Capt Simmon Latutin GC

Installed shortly before 24 January 2022.

Read More

Leopold Marks

Jewish cryptographer, Leopold (Leo) Samuel Marks, MBE, lived in flat 410 Park...

Read More

Operation Mincemeat

The Biblical quotation draws attention to the secrecy which was essential to ...

Read More

Rathbone Street WW2 fire station - Harry Errington

On the night of 17th September 1940 during The Blitz, a London Auxiliary Fire...

Read More

Other Subjects

Swan Wharf & Swan Inn

Swan Wharf & Swan Inn

In the 19th century Swan Wharf was the site of a brewery and public house 'Swan Inn', destroyed by fire in 1871. The image, an 1878 photo by William Reid, shows the tower of All Saints behind. Th...

Building, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Equity

Equity

UK Trade Union representing professional performers and other creative workers.

Group, Cinema, Community / Clubs, Music / songs, Theatre, TV & Radio

1 memorial
Bexley Civic Society

Bexley Civic Society

Environmental group. Founded in the 1970s with the objectives to improve the local environment, protect the green belt, eliminate street clutter and protect wildlife.

Group, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture

6 memorials
Hoxton Hall

Hoxton Hall

Built 1863 as Mortimer's Music hall. 1866 MacDonald took it over but in 1871 following complaints it lost its performance licence.  Bought in 1879 by rich Quaker philanthropist William Isaac Palmer...

Building, Community / Clubs, Music / songs, Religion, Theatre

1 memorial
Friends of St George's Gardens

Friends of St George's Gardens

Their website describes the gardens thus: "An oasis of calm used every week by hundreds of people living and working in London WC1."

Group, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial