Anshai Emeth Temple



The Anshai Emeth Temple is a Peoria landmark. This 118-year-old building’s bricks and stained-glass windows remain in-tact since it was built in 1898 to replace the Jewish temple lost in the 1896 fire. Although Congregation Anshai Emeth outgrew this vine-covered temple in 1967 and moved on, the temple remains in use. The Christian Assembly Church, now occupying the temple, maintains the Jewish artifacts within the building – including the vibrant stained glass windows and decorations inside.

All prints come with a mat and backboard, making them ready to be placed into a frame and hung.  Each print has a lifetime guarantee against fading or other defects and will be replaced at no charge. Also, should the print become damaged,  I will replace the print for a nominal free.

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