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Isaac Fuld: Early Jewish Pioneer Merchant and Synagogue Organizer of St. Louis, Missouri

Isaac Fuld Values Codes I – E – L – P   Isaac Fuld* was born in 1834, in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany.   St. Louis In 1853, at the age of 19, Isaac Fuld settled in St. Louis, Missouri. He founded the clothing firm, Fuld–Goodwin Mercantile Company.   Civic

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Morris Rosenheim: Early Jewish Pioneer Fashion Merchant of St. Louis, Missouri

Morris Rosenheim Values Codes I – E – L   Morris Rosenheim was born near Stuttgart, Germany, in 1827. He came to America in 1849, at the age of 22.   Along the way . . . . In 1851, Morris Rosenheim returned to Germany to marry his sweetheart, Matilda

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Adolph Isaacs: Early Jewish Pioneer Clothing Merchant of St. Louis, Missouri

Adolph Isaacs Values Codes I – E – L – P   Adolph Isaacs was born in 1823, in Posen, Prussia. In 1842, at the age of 19, Isaacs came to America, settling in St. Louis, Missouri.   Adolph Isaacs was naturalized as an American citizen, in 1850.

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Isaac Baer: Early Jewish Pioneer of St. Louis, Missouri

Isaac Baer Values Codes I – E – L   Isaac Baer was born in 1818, in Alsace-Lorraine. In 1844, at the age of 24, Isaac Baer joined the French army. In 1848, Isaac Baer came to America by way of New Orleans, settling in St. Louis, Missouri.   St.

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Samuel Jacks & Morris Jacks: Cousin Jewish Pioneers of St. Louis, Missouri

Samuel Jacks Values Codes I – E – L   Samuel Jacks was born in Wreschen, near Posen, Prussia.   St. Louis In 1834, Samuel Jacks journeyed to St. Louis, Missouri. Samuel worked in the mercantile business. Around 1843, he was naturalized as an American citizen. Later, he

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Moritz & “Jetta” Freund and the Freund Baking Company of St. Louis, Missouri from 1856

Moritz and Jetta Freund Values Codes I – E – L   Moritz Freund was born in Bohemia, in 1810. Jetta (Henrietta) Freund  was also born in Bohemia, in 1821. In Bohemia, Moritz Freund was trained as a baker. Moritz and “Jetta” Freund left Bohemia for America after 1848.

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