Katya Knyazeva (avezink) wrote,
Katya Knyazeva

Beth Aharon Synagogue in 1927

During my final visit to the British Library, just before my departure from London, I looked at a 1927 brochure celebrating the opening of Beth Aharon Synagogue on Museum Road (now Huqiu Road):

The signature in the lower right corner does not seem to say 'Palmer & Turner.' I wish I took a clearer picture of it:

See it on the map.

Tags: architecture, beth aharon, international settlement, jews, museum road, shanghai, synagogue, 犹太会堂, 虎丘路

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