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MARKET STREET TEMPLE
Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation (Reform) founded 1856 as state's fourth Jewish congregation. Its temple, first in the city, built here 1865-1868 to serve members in area's German Jewish neighborhood. As membership grew and moved northward, congregation built new temple at Delaware and Tenth streets 1899 and at 6501 North Meridian Street 1958.
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Erected 1999 Indiana Historical Bureau, Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation, and Charles B. Feibleman Fund