Temple Beth El Proceeds To Benefit Chartiable Endowment : News Photo

Temple Beth El Proceeds To Benefit Chartiable Endowment

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QUINCY, MA - DECEMBER 31: This 'eternal light' from the lower sanctuary is one of the items for sale Ed Gurwitch, a longtime member of Temple Beth El in Quincy, Mass. is the man working to have his synagogue's stained glass windows, Biblical texts, and other art works appraised and offered for sale with all proceeds to go to a charitable endowment. Soon the building will be sold and members are desperate to be sure such holy items are provided for. (Photo by Dina Rudick/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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QUINCY, MA - DECEMBER 31: This 'eternal light' from the lower sanctuary is one of the items for sale Ed Gurwitch, a longtime member of Temple Beth El in Quincy, Mass. is the man working to have his synagogue's stained glass windows, Biblical texts, and other art works appraised and offered for sale with all proceeds to go to a charitable endowment. Soon the building will be sold and members are desperate to be sure such holy items are provided for. (Photo by Dina Rudick/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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