The speech that was read prior to the congregation’s history at the laying of the corner of the first synagogue building.
A few local papers described the first synagogue dedication, reprinting Lasdusky’s speech and summarizing Bernhardt’s.
A newspaper article covering the dedication of the 1902 synagogue includes the speech by President Lasdusky.
The address the shul’s president, B. Glueck, made at the congregation’s first Chanukah in their own synagogue building.
A (borrowed!) speech made at the cornerstone laying after the reading the history of the first seven years of the synagogue.
Another big front-page article for the synagogue — this time for laying the cornerstone of their second building.
A nasty speech by I. Grossman praising and criticizing people involved in rebuilding the synagogue.
Once again the Homestead paper comes through with a large article about the dedication of the second synagogue building.
Introduction to the history of the congregation and poems for the surviving charter members.
The 1934 version of the synagogue’s history follows the previous versions, but its edits reflect a contemporary agenda.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the congregation, its early history and leading members are recounted for all.
Secretary Ignatz Grossman delivered annual speeches that waxed philosophical on the Chevra Kadisha’s work and current events.