Charter Oak Beth Israel

After a fire destroyed Touro Hall (the first synagogue site in Hartford), Congregation Beth Israel built the first synagogue building in Connecticut on Charter Oak Avenue. Designed by renowned architect George Keller, this building was dedicated in 1876. An architectural landmark, it was home to the congregation until 1935.

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