Documenting Maine Jewry - Maine Jewish Businesses Bath * - Alphabetic Order
Maine Jewish Businesses - in alphabetical order

Add another Maine Jewish business
so, what is the definition of a Jewish business ?
DMJ takes a wide view. A Jewish business is one that is primarily owned by Jews, one that is managed by Jews, or one that employes a good number of Jewish workers>
Name of Business Location Years Known to Operate (Year Ended) Sector
Bath Department Store Center St Bath 1950s department stores
Boston Shoe Store Center St Bath 1950s shoe
Commercial Market originally on Commercial St off Front Bath 1950 a meat and grocery store
Congress Shirt Factory Middle St Bath 1950s clothes manufacturing
Congress Sportwear Company Middle St Bath 1950 c a small factory
Harmons Mens Store Front St Bath 1940s clothing
Markson Bros. Center St Bath 1950s clothiers
Mikels' Furniture Front St Bath 1950s furniture
Nathan F Petlock Junk, Inc off Leeman Highway at Franklin St Bath 1964 junk
Povich’s Men Shop Front Street Bath 1950 - 2011 clothing
Sam's Place (now 2295) South End Bath 1940s 1951 Bath’s most famous lobster grill in the South end : NathanCoganBathHistory
The Center Street Market Bath 1950s a small grocery
The Cut Price Market Bath 1919 - 1967
The Mademoiselle Shop Bath 1950s
Uptown Theater Bath 1948 theater
Variety Store (Bath) Center at Washington Bath 1940s general store

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