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Irving Koss of Randolph in the chapel at Kaminker Cemetery, where he is a volunteer attendant. Ten chapels still remain at the Jewish cemeteries near Baker Street in West Roxbury.

Volunteers keep spirit of Jewish forebears alive

But few now visit cemetery chapels

By Linda Matchan
Globe Staff / October 10, 2005

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It may be the strangest bus route in Boston. The buses run only five Sundays a year, on a road less than a mile long. And if the driver were to call out the names of the stops, you might think you'd been transported backward in time, to Eastern Europe: Pultusker. Staro Konstatinov. Shepetovka. Vilno. (Full article: 1337 words)

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