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Members of the Independent Zetler Young Men's Benevolent Association
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Portrait of members of the the Independent Zetler Young Men's Benevolent Association. Founded in New York in 1904 by immigrants from Dyatlovo (Pol. Zdzieciol; Yid. Zetl), Byelorussia, the group established an old-age fund, a loan fund, and a Hevrah Kadisha (burial society) for members. It also provided relief for Jews in Zetl after World War I.
Independent Zetler Young Men's Benevolent Association
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Independent Zetler Young Men's Benevolent Association, “Members of the Independent Zetler Young Men's Benevolent Association,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed May 18, 2022, https://immigrationusa.yivo.org/items/show/6122.