Temple Emanu-El
New York City
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"On last Thanksgiving Day, a small Fire destroyed our organ console in the Sanctuary and rendered the organ inoperable. A new console would take eight months to build and install. Faced with the prospect of musicless services we turned to Allen Organs for help. Within days, they determined what kind of digital organ would fit into our organ loft and would produce the necessary sound to fill the large space. Within a week the organ was in place and worship services were conducted with musical accompaniment. We are forever indebted to the alacrity, expertise and sensitivity of our friends at Allen Organs for making this possible and helping us in a time of distress."
                                                            —Dr. Mark W. Weisstuch, Administrative Vice President

Fire at Temple Emanu-El!

Temple Emanu-El, New York City












Temple Emanu-El stands on the northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and 65th Street in Manhattan, where its smooth limestone fa?de is pierced by a great archway, and the sunlight seeks out its exotic carvings, its setbacks, and its great round stained glass window.
           Master Design Series MDS-51-S


When this great Reform Jewish congregation recently added a new worship space, a three-manual Allen Master Design Series MDS-51S was chosen for the new Greenwald Hall and is played daily for the 5:30 PM Service.

Above left, the facade of Temple Emanu-El Architects for this impressive structure were Robert D. Kohn, Charles Butler, and Clarence S. Stein. This photograph is from "A Temple Treasury: The Judaica Collection of Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York."
Visit their web site at www.emanuelnyc.org


(At left) A sample of the extraordinary architecture that is found in Temple Emanu-El.


(To the right)
Testimonial to the Reverend Doctor Samuel H. Goldenson on the Occasion of His Retirement as Chief Rabbi of Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York, December 28, 1947.
Maker: Ames & Rollinson, N.Y., New York, 1947.

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