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W&E Baum has created breathtaking synagogue and temple donor recognition walls since the 1920s. From our original New York studio to our current status as a major global manufacturer, designer and supplier, our synagogue and temple donor recognition walls capture the essence of what it means to honor generosity. Available in numerous styles, materials and configurations, a W&E Baum donor recognition wall is destined to command attention. From traditionally elegant walls to innovative architectural pieces, each W & E Baum donor recognition wall reflects the spirit of giving and expresses your synagogue's unique vision and style.
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Builders of Tzedakah
Daughters of Israel
West Orange, NJ

A mahogany background highlights the engraved Jerusalem stone plates. 2 contemporary wood stars and 3 glass mosaic pieces are accented with rough Jerusalem stone strips. Cast bronze heads are mounted to the largest donor plates. Glass mosaic strips top the next level of recognition. The design is titled with individual satin brass letters.

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Builders of Tzedakah
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Graphic Star
Orangetown Jewish Center
Orangeburg, NY

Custom designed 76" x 85" - 50th Anniversary Donor Wall. Donor names are screened in gold and black ink to 3/8" frosted Plexiglas plates. A Plexiglas Jewish Star has a graphic image applied to the back. The multi-elevational wood backgrounds are mahogany and cherry veneer. Satin Brass accent bars flank the wood.

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Graphic Star
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Seven Days of Creation
Ohev Shalom Orlando
Orlando

Multi-elevational glass donor wall with glass mosaic accents of the Seven Days of Creation. 2.75" & 2" Individual satin aluminum title letters. Approximate size is 83" x 122"

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Seven Days of Creation
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Digital Interactive
Highland Park Jewish Center
Highland Park NJ

42" interactive LCD screen with touch screen capacity to search for a particular name, photograph, bio or list of all Holocaust victims. 200 names are printed in brown ink on 3/4" thick marble Jerusalem Gold columns. 7" Individual satin brass Hebrew and English letters title the wall.

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Digital Interactive
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Holiday Donors
Magen Abraham
West Long Branch

Donor names are screened on Plexiglas plates on this magnificent recognition wall. The title plates with black copy are satin brass, the background is Amber Fusion. Roped mahogany columns with brass accents frame the unit. Individual satin brass letters title the wall. The overall size is approximately 5' x 8'.

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Holiday Donors
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Light box
Magen David School
Brooklyn

Images printed on wallpaper with pictures behind plexiglas columns, glass doors floating inside light box

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Light box
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colored squares
Hebrew Institute of Riverdale
Riverdale NY

3/8" glass plaques with polished aris edges are mounted directly to the wall on various elevations. Aluminum rosettes cover the mounting hardware. Silver copy and colors are printed on the backs of the glass

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colored squares
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Jerusalem
Young Israel of Woodmere
Woodmere, NY

Sculptured cast bronze Jerusalem scenes are placed within a wall of multi-sized Corian® donor stones.

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Jerusalem
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Temple Emanu-el

Cloister, NJ

A variety of sizes of this lovely Jerusalem stone make up the puzzle for this donor recognition wall. Font size and plaque size differentiate the recognition levels.

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Temple Emanu-el
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Beth Ahm Yisrael
Temple Beth Ahm Yisrael
Springfield NJ

Curved Oak board has glass plaques with blue screened copy mounted with 4 button rosettes. 4" Individual fused glass letters float off the board and fused glass accent pieces are mounted to brass.

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Beth Ahm Yisrael
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Symbols
Sons of Israel
Cherry Hill, NJ

Aesthetic mixture of dark oxidized donor plates and colorful metal Judaic sculptures create a geometric formation on a rounded wall.

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Symbols
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Founding Families
B'nai Aviv
Weston, FL

Corian® rock shapes with donor names are engraved and gold filled. A three tiered Jerusalem sculpture is fabricated from different species of wood and metal. Individual brass letters title the donor wall.

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Founding Families
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Framed Glass
Westchester Reform Temple
Scarsdale, NY

54" x 84" x 1/2" tempered, Starphire glass with donor names screened on the back in charcoal ink. Aluminum rails support the glass.

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Framed Glass
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Pillars
Orthodox Union
New York, NY

Roman Doric columns frame a mahogany background. 24 - 4" x 6" glass plaques with screened gold letters float from the mahogany.

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Pillars
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Stars
Temple Emanuel El
Closter, NJ

650 3" satin brass Jewish stars are mounted to Plexiglas backgrounds. Individual custom cut satin brass letters title the wall. The display is approximately 7' x 16'.

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Stars
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Glass Block Interlock
Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
Washington, DC

Floating glass donor plates are installed on an angled wall. Individual oxidized brass letters title the plates.

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Glass Block Interlock

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