Synagogues / Congregation Tifereth Zion
In the mid 1930s, Rabbi Rubin Weinstein founded Congregation Tifereth Zion. Initially located at his home at 356 Roehrer Ave, it later moved to 421 Woodlawn, but did not survive the movement of its members into the suburbs. Rabbi Rubin Weinstein served as Rabbi of Ohel Jacob in the 1920s.
- Selig Adler and Thomas E. Connolly, From Ararat to Suburbia: The History of the Jewish Community of Buffalo. Philadelphia, JPS: 1960.
- Clipping, Tifereth Zion, Buffalo Courier Express, April 19, 1935. The Buffalo Courier-Express Article Morgue, Archives & Special Collections Department, E. H. Butler Library, SUNY Buffalo State.
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