Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The large Glazerlach (Goldberg) family from Brest-Liovsk organized their own Chassidic (hasidic) congregation in 1885 in the home of Rabbi David Radinsky. The Congregation Mogen David (Shield of David), better know as the Glazerlach Shul, was housed in a brightly painted frame house on the west bank of the Platte River, next to Radinsky Rag factory. The location was prone to flooding and in the 1909 flood the synagogue was filled with eight feet of water. The Mogen David was one of two...
Dates: circa 1890
Overview A framed oil painting of Jewish Rabbi, most likely Rabbi David Radinsky, identified on reverse as "Grandfather Radinsky by Jaq (?)." The script on the reverse isn't very clear but assuming it is the same artist as another identified portrait done by "Jaq" in the 1950s. Rabbi in protrait sits in floral upholstered chair next to small round table with maroon tablecoloth holding an open book in the table.
Dates: circa 1950
Overview Seven branch brass candelabra (menorah) on octagonal base. Each corner of the base has a rams head with greenery between and a smaller octagon atop that features greenery decor as well. Base of candle holder has acanthus leaf design. Bits of melted wax in various colors have dripped onto the candelabra and the green velvet bottom covereing has become mostly detached. A small round white sticker on the base says "D N RADINSKY COLLECTIONS" and handwritten is "1 SCG" (?).