Knesseth Israel, the "Junction Shul," Toronto, 2018

Pigment print on archival paper, printed by David Kaufman

This synagogue is among the oldest in Toronto, built by the Knesseth Israel Congregation which was formed in 1909. The members purchased land for a synagogue on Mariah Street in The Junction in 1911, and the building opened for services in 1913, which continue until today.

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