[Association documents] -- April 04, 1904Sinai Congregation, Annual Meeting Minutes
Dr. Hirsch responded with a brief address to the effect that in his opinion a new Temple was essential to the future growth of the congregation; that the present building was unsuitable for the purpose of the Sabbath School on account of the distance from the residence of a large number of the members and on account of the character of the neighborhood. He also referred to the inadequate ventilation of the auditorium. He also called attention to the fact, that the present building furnished very inadequate facilities for meetings of the auxiliary societies and other worthy purposes.
III A, I A 2 c, III C
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