Beloved: A View of One of the South's Oldest Jewish Cemeteries as Photographed by Murray Riss


Huge Savings Item! Free Shipping Included! Save 13% on the Beloved: A View of One of the South's Oldest Jewish Cemeteries as Photographed by Murray Riss by Susan Schadt Press at SADC Network. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Early rabbis referred to a cemetery as a house of the living. Beloved promises to show you why. Since its creation 173 years ago by one of Memphis, Tennessee’s earliest Jewish settlers, the Temple Israel Cemetery has become a permanent place of beauty. It serves as an everlasting tribute to the history of the Memphis Jewish community, and it stands as a testament to the love of memory no matter where you live or where your loved ones rest. Through the keen and artistic eye of photographer Murr


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Early rabbis referred to a cemetery as a house of the living. Beloved promises to show you why. Since its creation 173 years ago by one of Memphis, Tennessee’s earliest Jewish settlers, the Temple Israel Cemetery has become a permanent place of beauty. It serves as an everlasting tribute to the history of the Memphis Jewish community, and it stands as a testament to the love of memory no matter where you live or where your loved ones rest. Through the keen and artistic eye of photographer Murray Riss, the Temple Israel Museum was able to create an unforgettable photography exhibit entitled Beloved, which is also the word most often used on the cemetery’s gravesites. Murray Riss spent countless hours photographing Temple Israel’s sixteen-acre cemetery for more than a year and through all four seasons. Through these exquisite photographs, now everyone can experience the solemnity and beauty of this sacred ground.Temple Israel Museum commissioned this book as well as the photographic exhibit of the Temple Israel Cemetery, Beloved, offering an amazing experience of the historic cemetery not often seen.

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Manufacturer:
Susan Schadt Press
Category:
Religious Art
EAN:
9781733634137
ISBN:
1733634134
Author:
Array
Publisher:
Susan Schadt Press
Creator:
Murray Riss
Publication Date:
2019-10-29
Binding:
Hardcover
Item Size:
0 x 9 x 11.5 inches
Package Weight:
1.74 pounds
Package Size:
9 x 0 x 11.5 inches

 


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