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The late Avrum Chudnow (of blessed memory), local business leader, attorney and philanthropist founded the Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear. The collection is in a historic, late 1800s duplex acquired by Chudnow in 1966 and converted it to a museum since 1991. More than a dozen shops display period articles of daily living, business and recreation from the 1920s through the 1940s.
Wednesday-Saturday: 10 am – 4 pm
Sunday: Noon-4 pm
Since 1921, The Chronicle has served as Wisconsin’s Jewish community newspaper. In print and digital, The Chronicle seeks to foster a sense of community within the Jewish population of Wisconsin by encouraging and printing a diverse, spirited and balanced range of opinions, ideas and perspectives. The newspaper is published monthly by the Milwaukee Jewish Federation and is distributed free of charge to 8,600 households in the Wisconsin Jewish community.
The Chronicle has a strong digital presence, on its site and on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Chronicle Editor Rob Golub has won several awards from the Wisconsin Newspaper Association.
Editor: Rob Golub
Advertising: Jane Dillon
Circulation Coordinator: Tela Bissett