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  • Collection: Jewish Life in Champaign-Urbana
M. Lowenstern and Co. advertisement in the Champaign County Herald

Live advertisement of Minshall Electric Organ by Macon Music during Eisner Foods opening day in Urbana.

The W. Lewis & Co. Department Store was destroyed in Champaign’s St. Patrick Day Fire, March 17, 1915.

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Kuhn's "The College Book" catalog (interior)

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In 1919, Jos. Kuhn & Co. became the first clothier to accept a shipment of clothing from a commercial airplane. The plane flew Society Brand clothes down from Chicago. Isaac Kuhn is pictured fifth from the right.
Photograph of window display at Kaufman's Student Outfitters

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Judge J. O. Cunningham, 80 years old.

Joseph Kuhn portrait

Jos. Kuhn & Son storefront in 1900. Joseph Kuhn is the furthest on the left and Isaac Kuhn is fifth from the right.

Rear of Jos. Kuhn & Co. store at 33 E. Main St. circa 1975 with Kuhn’s slogan “Unmatched in 118.5 miles.” It should be noted that Indianapolis is 119 miles away.
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