Jewish business owners on this 1904 map are L Greenberg and Jacob Ungar liquor, H. Heyman, insurance agent and Real Estate, F.B. Jackson, wholesaler milk & cream, Herman Jaffe, Music boxes and instruments, Lehman Leather Goods and Weintraub Jewlers
Driesein Men and Boys Store owned by Max Driesein at 92 Washington Street trade card about 1898.
Greisman Meyer Department Store was a Hoboken fixture from 1898. Herman Greisman was the only place to get parochial school uniforms in the heavily Catholic Hoboken. Frank Sinatra's parents opened an account for him at the store.
The Men's Shoe Depot about 1915 owned by Max Berman.
Samuel Zucker Cigars about 1920.
Note the advertising cards in the window for 5 cent cigars. Same would have sold cigarettes, pipe tobacco and chewing tobacco as well.
S. Fisher Confectioners
Founded in 1895, principals included Sol Fisher, Asher C. Fisher, Louis A Fisher, Zachara Shapiro. Produced whoolesale products under the brand S.F. & C at 1039 Clinton St.
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