Jewish Life in Champaign-Urbana

Title

Jewish Life in Champaign-Urbana

Subject

Shoe industry--Champaign
Shoe industry--Urbana
Department stores
Men's clothing industry

Business enterprises--Urbana
Jewish businesspeople--Illinois--Champaign Count
Jews -- Illinois -- Champaign -- History

Description

Items related to Jewish-owned businesses in Champaign-Urbana

Creator

Sherrie Bowser; Cassie Ward; Tom Kuipers

Publisher

The Champaign County Historical Archives at The Urbana Free Library

Date

19th century-today

Rights

All images are provided for personal and educational use. Users planning to reproduce/publish images in books, articles, exhibits, videos, electronic transmission or other media must request permission by emailing archives@urbanafree.org

Collection Items

Live Advertisement at Eisner Foods on opening day, 1955
Live advertisement of Minshall Electric Organ by Macon Music during Eisner Foods opening day in Urbana.

Opening day at Eisner Foods in Urbana, 1955
Eisner Foods employees assist a shopper during opening day in Urbana.

Eisner Foods, 1955
Eisner Foods stocked and ready for opening day in Urbana.

Eisner Foods, 1955
Eisner Foods stocked and ready for opening day in Urbana.

Joseph O. Cunningham
Judge J. O. Cunningham, 80 years old.

Sinai Temple Founders, 1954
Sinai Temple founders present at the 50th Anniversary, left to right: Leonard Lewis, Albert Stern, Charles Loeb, and Isaac Kuhn.

Sinai Temple, circa 1955
The first Sinai Temple building located on the southwest corner of Clark and State Streets, circa 1955.

R.M. Eppstein Bros., 1865
R.M Eppstein Bros. located at 38 Main Street, Champaign, IL.
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