• Created Date
  • 1907
  • Description
  • Handwritten on verso: B'rith of Harry Schwartz, Seattle, 1907.Note from donor file: Guests at B'rith of Harry Schwartz. Lower right: Joseph Sussman, Tacoma, salvage business. 5th from lower right: Mosler, bakery business. 1st row, 2nd from left: Blum. 2nd row, 8th from right: Louis Dulien (sitting with cap and necktie). 4th toward left from Dulien: Newman, a tailor. Last standing row, 6th from right: Joe Cohen (family - Merle Cohen's grandfath... more
    Handwritten on verso: B'rith of Harry Schwartz, Seattle, 1907.Note from donor file: Guests at B'rith of Harry Schwartz. Lower right: Joseph Sussman, Tacoma, salvage business. 5th from lower right: Mosler, bakery business. 1st row, 2nd from left: Blum. 2nd row, 8th from right: Louis Dulien (sitting with cap and necktie). 4th toward left from Dulien: Newman, a tailor. Last standing row, 6th from right: Joe Cohen (family - Merle Cohen's grandfather; he had a little clothing store at 2nd Avenue between 2nd and 3rd on Washington Street). 11th from right: Herman Keisler. Standing alone at farthest back: Mr. Weisfeld (Leo Weisfeld's father). Also standing alone at far left: Goodglick. At left under last man standing on porch at right end: Kallman (he has a son living in Oakland who left Seattle 40 years ago. He was a scrap peddler.). At Kallman's left: David Schuman with his baby and wife (daughter, Sally Burnett, Burnett's Jewelers, Portland, Oregon. On porch at right end: Max Neft (Louis... less
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    Scanned from a photographic print using a Microtek Scanmaker 9600XL at 100 dpi in JPEG format at compression rate 3 and resized to 768x600 ppi. 2008