1 Canal St, site of Yeshivat Etz Chaim, 1890-1897
301 E. Broadway building - site of Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, 1921-1929
44 E. Broadway building. Upper floors  occupied by Congregation Anshei Emes of Mariampol, where founding meeting of RIETS took place in January, 1897
47 E. Broadway - site of Yeshivat Etz Chaim, 1887
85 Henry Street building, owned and occupied by Yeshivat Etz Chaim from about 1900 until its merger with the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary in 1915
9-11 Montgomery Street , first home of combined Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary and Yeshivat Etz Chaim, 1915-1921
Attendees at SCW Open House
Canadian students
Canadian students
Class of 1959 on stairs
Dean of Yeshiva College Shelley Saphire and unknown man in office
Dignitaries and rabbinic leaders outside main building on Yeshiva College's new campus at the dedication ceremony
Dignitaries at dedication ceremony for main building on new campus of Yeshiva College

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