Jewish merchants -- South Carolina -- Charleston
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Breibart family photographs
Collis family papers
Hornik's Bargain House catalog
The collection includes a spring 1910 catalog from Hornik's Bargain House of Charleston, South Carolina, a dry goods wholesale store. The catalog contains descriptions, images, and prices of goods as well as general advice on how to run a successful business. Also included is a color reproduction of a postcard featuring the Charleston city market on Meeting Street. The M. Hornik & Co. storefront, located on the corner of Meeting and Market Streets, can be seen in the background.
Harold Jacobs photographs
Three photographs of Harold Jacobs, owner of the Charleston, South Carolina, grocery store Harold's Cabin.
Mendelsohn family papers
Photographs, eulogies, audio interview, and clippings relating to the Mendelsohn family of Charleston, South Carolina. Benjamin Mendelsohn and his wife, Fay Zamler Mendelsohn, settled in Charleston in 1907 where Benjamin operated a tailor shop on King Street and Fay later opened her own store, the Bandbox, selling women's hats and dresses. The collection also includes images of the related Bluestein family.