OHABOccupational Health Advisory Board
OHABOral Health Advisory Board (Oregon State Oral Health Program)
OHABOak Hills Athletic Boosters, Inc. (Cincinnati, OH)
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(29.) Invitation, from "the President and Board of Trustees of the First Hungarian Congregation (Ohab Zedek) with the authorization of their Rabbinical leaders, Rev.
(26) Six year earlier, Herts completed the new home for the Conservative synagogue B'nai Jeshurun on the Upper West Side, and Meyers had just finished his building for the Orthodox Ohab Zedek (see Figure 3).
The mixing of Moorish Revival and art deco styles in Zysman Hall is especially notable when one considers that none of the architects' other Jewish commissions--Herts' B'nai Jeshurun and Meyers'Ohab Zedek and Rodeph Sholom, all of which were built before or during the construction of Zysman Hall-employed this combination.
Finkelstein (1861-1947) of the Orthodox congregation Ohab Shalom in Brownsville.(35)
During the years 1888-1905 Cantor Minkovsky's salary at congregation Kahal Adath Jeshurun in New York averaged $2,500 per year.(55) In 1909 Joseph Rosenblatt was paid $10,000 by the Hungarian Orthodox congregation Ohab Zedek of New York.(56)