Old Town Barney Ginsberg Ben Sklar's store on the corner of Center and Main Street, Old Town - Melissa Ladenheim - Melissa Ladenheim George and Lee (Lena) Ginsberg and children Sandra and Harvey Ginsburg Variety Store "[photo taken] during a flood. Barney Ginsberg was one of the founding members of B'nai Israel. … 1926-27 Old Town Directory has him as the proprietor of a dry goods store 144 N Main St - resident at 146 " Melissa Ladenheim - Melissa Ladenheim Hester Ginsberg Kinkow and baby Rozanne Howard Kominsky - "Bangor Determined to Measure Cony Tonight" - newspaper article Israel Goldman of Old Town, peddler with his horse "Israel Goodman of Old Town sold dry goods from the Old Town-Bangor area as far north as Fort Kent. Later Goodman had stores in Old Town and Danforth" Maurice Kinkow - I Maurice Kinkow - II Rozanne Kinkow - I Rozanne Kinkow - II Rozanne in a school play, wearing a dress her father, Maurice, made. We still, have this dress. It is pink and very beautiful: Rozanne N. William Adelman, Jennie Ginsberg, Minnie Kominsky, and Rosalie Adelman Cutler's Store Baby Photo, Mickey (Milton) Goldsmith Israel Cutler's Store "store on Center St, Old Town. Israel is listed in the 1903 Old Town directory as a weaver working the Old Town Woolen Co. By 1926 he has his own store on N. Main St" - Melissa Ladenheim - Melissa Ladenheim 4 Generations Goldsmith family Old Town Family Portrait in front of Arthur & Eva Goldsmith's House, Veazey St A J Goldsmith store and history Ben Sklar store and history Cutler's Store and history Goldsmith Furniture store and history H M Goldsmith store and history Penobscot Shoe Company - exteror view Penobscot Shoe Exterior and Old Town Shoe shop floor Shiro Hardware : photograph and a short history - Beth Hillson Goldsmith Furniture Stores - Melissa Ladenheim Marlene Chason, Lenore Grunko and Emily Miller Temple Israel : Exterior and Interior Judy Lait Photo - Cindy Potter Taylor / Ben Kissen Rhonda Lait Iken Photo - Cindy Potter Taylor / Ben Kissen Orono
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