Voices from Marshall Street by Elaine Krasnow Ellison
Jewish Life in a Philadelphia Neighborhood 1920-1960

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Voices from Marshall Street is the oral history of the people who lived amid the cultural richness of their neighborhood. Those who read their stories will be enriched by the spirit of the residents of Marshall Street.

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Published April 1, 1994 by Camino Books Inc. 151 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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For the first half of this century, Marshall Street was Philadelphia's version of Manhattan's Lower East Side: a bustling enclave of immigrant Jews who lived above the stores where they sold everything from pickled cow's tongue to hand-cut windowshades.

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