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Rabbi in a kosher wine shop in the New York’s Jewish section. 1942.


“New York, New York. Rabbi in a kosher wine shop in the New York’s Jewish section. His job is to inspect wines to see that they are made in the kosher manner. He also sells his services as an after-dinner speaker at Jewish functions all over the country; he speaks practically no English, only Yiddish.”

Rabbi in a kosher wine shop in the New York's Jewish section. 1942. [1]

Rabbi in a kosher wine shop in the New York’s Jewish section. 1942. [1]


[1] Collins, Marjory. Rabbi in a kosher wine shop in the New York’s Jewish section. 1942 Aug.?  Call Number: LC-USW3- 007242-E [P&P]. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. URL: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/owi2001009482/PP/

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