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October 02, 1992 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-02

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kind of thing wasn't fostered
in Cheyenne. We were just
proud of who we were."
In the exhibit, there are
pictures of a sheriff's badge,
belonging to the father of the
artist, next, to a photo of the
community's only copy of the
Talmud; a photo of a young
man, outlined against a
barbed wire fence and cloudy
sky, who had returned home
for the High Holy Days; a
series of stiff photos of men
and women from the past
century who had clearly
capitalized on Wyoming's
periods of growth and pros-
perity.
There were also pictures of
the community's most ob-
vious failures and successes:
The doomed Jewish
Agricultural Society,
organized in 1900 by the
Baron de Hirsh, whose only
remains may be the picture
of some dozens of young
Yiddish-speaking workers;
or a photo of the Idelman
family, one of the wealthiest
and most prominent in the
state, which was instrumen-
tal in developing its liquor
and tobacco industries.
"Without people like the
Idelmans, or Max Meyers,
who sold chy goods and hats,
the West might not have
been so active," said Ms.
Wolin, who explained that
the community has passed
its heyday and was looking
toward a less active but
perhaps still vibrant future.
"These Jews came and saw
opportunity in the land rush,
the gold rush, the railroad
rush. They must have said,
'What can we do here to
make a life?' "
Ms. Wolin, in the course of
exploring the Jewish com-
munity in Wyoming, also
tried to figure out "what was
Jewish, what was cowboy,
and what ultimately became
American," as she writes in
the exhibition's program
notes.
"I think that the wit and
pathos of the cowboy were
similar to yiddishkeit," she
said. "It was a kind of life
where you just kept on go-
ing, regardless. Life dealt its
blows, but mostly it was all
kind of fun." ❑

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1948 the UN Security Coun-
cil declined to organize the
defense of the city against
attacks from Arab League
forces. In May the General
Assembly voted not to be
responsible for Jerusalem
once the British Mandate
ended.

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