Jewish Festival of Lights shines brightly in Orlando area’s past

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This stained-glass window once graced the Congregation Ohev Shalom synagogue on Eola Drive in Orlando. Dedicated in 1926, the building was torn down in 2002. Beginning in 1918 at Central Boulevard and Terry Street, Ohev Shalom was the area’s first Jewish congregation. Today, it’s in Maitland. (Temple Israel Archives)

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