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Images and transcript of pages 90-91 of the Portland Jewish Community Center USO Guest Book. The Guest Book is the product of social events at the Portland Jewish Community Center from 1943-46. The full transcript for these pages can be downloaded by clicking the link above.

Names featured in this spread include:

Frank J Brenfeller MMM 2/C, Benedict C DiVenti MMM 3/C, Frank C Palopoli SM 3/C, Louis J Kaspizak S 2/C, James Keck, JJ Kennedy, William C K[-?], Ralph Kerbhoff, Charles H Fein, Cpl Robert Carlson, AT Slavinsky, Richard D Israel, Jack Varon, Frank B Atwood Jr, Samuel Levy, James A Thibodeau, Herbert E Swift, Sidney Rubuistein, Fin Dunn, John Berry, Fredy Barrymore, James Frel[-?], HB Ferdinand, Milky Wilkin, Joe Caffrey, Bill Brewer, AB George I Forsey, Frederick O Smith, Len C Bauer, Neil Eplensy S 2/C, Joseph E Goraczko, Ed Balicki, Ed Murphy, Albert King, Louis P Kass, Wm Girens, Hy Rabinowitz, Jack Varon, Charles Chorney, Earl A Finkenberg, Kenneth H Stephenson Y 2/C, Fred Curtis, Carl Kon[-?]los, WR Schmits, Charles Chorney, S Rubinstein, Irving Kamph, Sidney Seligson, Joseph Rotella, Samuel Hirwitz, Milky Wilkin, Jack Varon, Ens W Cohn, Vernon Nelins, Harry Stiln

Publication Date

1944

Publisher

Portland Jewish Community Center

City

Portland, ME

Keywords

Portland Jewish Community Center, PJCC, USO, WWII, World War II, USO Dance, Jewish, Judaica, Portland Maine, Militariana

Disciplines

American Studies | History | History of Religion | Jewish Studies | Public History | Social History | United States History

The Portland Jewish Community Center USO Guest Book Pages 090-091


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