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This IS The Borscht Belt! Part Two: Resorts of the Jewish Catskills

Travel back nearly a century, just 90 miles from New York City. Jewish New Yorkers were eager for mountain air, delicious kosher food, and the quintessential American leisure experiences. By the 1950s, more than a million people were immersed in a captivating Jewish summer realm of bungalow colonies, summer camps, and small and large hotels.

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