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Originally known as the Hebrew Sheltering Home for the Aged, the Jewish Home for the Aging was founded in Boyle Heights in 1912. About four years later, the Home's first permanent facility was built on Boyle Avenue, where it existed for decades. In 1967, acreage in Reseda was purchased and a facility was built on Victory Boulevard. A merger in 1979 with the Menorah Village created a second campus on Tampa Avenue in Reseda. Photograph caption dated April 23, 1957 reads, "Passover season comes to close with traditional sedar at California Home for the Aged at Reseda. Shown at ceremony of blessing the candles are Mrs. Morris Teitlebaum, 83, left, Mrs. Anna Grancell and Rabbi Morton Bauman."
1 photographic print :b&w ;26 x 21 cm. Photographic prints
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