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Employment History

Founder and President

Jewish Historical Society of Greater Stamford


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Jewish Historical Society of Greater Stamford

Founder and Historian


American Jewish History

Historian


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Founder and Historian


Web References(19 Total References)


www.jewishledger.com

According to Irwin Miller, historian of the Jewish Historical Society of Fairfield County, it was relocated farther west, near the front of what was then the Stamford Advocate building, across Tresser Boulevard at Washington Boulevard.
Among them was Irwin Miller, historian of the Jewish Historical Society of Fairfield County, who told the story of Samuel Tresser and the street named tcommemorate his sacrifice.


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Irwin J. MillerFounding president, Jewish Historical Society of Greater Stamford


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Jewish Historical Society of Lower Fairfield County founder and historian Irwin Miller will present a historical mosaic of the American Jewish experience, with a special focus on the origins of the Jewish community in Greenwich and lower Fairfield County Connecticut.
Illustrated by slides from his personal collection, Mr. Miller will share fact and folklore researched over decades to illuminate local American Jewish life and how it grew and changed over time.


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Irwin J. Miller, historian,American Jewish History [05-19-2000]


www.jewishledger.com

Golub was presented with his award by Irwin Miller, JHS founder and historian.


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