Underused synagogue libraries speak volumes

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Underused synagogue libraries speak volumes
Many of their own congregants may not realize it, but Cleveland’s synagogues that have their own religious schools contain more than sanctuaries, social halls and classrooms. Many also boast libraries containing an astonishing wealth of material. Filling their shelves are the newest fiction and nonfiction, updated Jewish research collections, current periodicals and newspapers, and a substantial audiovisual collection.

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