Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Readers' Comments

Barbara Leah Block
Thanks for posting my article. You certainly have extensive materials on the shofar on your page. Must tell you - I lived and went to high school (Bridgewater East) in NJ back in the 60s-70s.
L'shanah Tovah!


Rescha Spector Bistrong
I have been reading excerpts from the Trenton Jewish Historical Society - very enjoyable. Happy that you friended me - you will need to block my games as they will be very annoying. Fred and I have been living in N CA for the last 17 years and love it. Hello to Linda.


Jonathan Weber

 likes your photo. 1:02am


Herb & Joan Spiegel


Good stuff Art. Saw Myer Bloom play.
Even good after a meal at Benny Hock. 

Herb

On Sun, Dec 1, 2013 at 2:31 AM, paul and tania feinberg wrote:

Dear Arthur-as you see, you are very much in our thoughts, continually, but most immediately, yesterday around our Shabbat luncheon table, with  Rabbi Joshua and Maxine Haberman, and Judy, who came with her parents to Trenton  as a close to new-born! Of course they remember you and Linda well, and here you appear in an early am welcome, with Chanukah Sameakh  passing between our homes.
My sister Miriam is thrilled too with the wonderful   'restoration'  mission you are undertaking, "renewing our days, as of old!" In this too, my father's great interest in you,  and your work, and leadership throughout the years adds to the blessing, and of his memory!
With blessings for good health,
In friendship,
Paul

Doris Kramer 
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Hi Art,
I'm Doris Silk Kramer, daughter of Jack and Ann Byer Silk, seen here posing in front of their first drug store at 1837 Greenwood Ave, Trenton. My best guess on the date is 1926.  The store moved to 1901 Greenwood Ave, in  the next block in 1940. It was later taken over by my brother Harvey, and continued as one of the last independent professional pharmacies in the area.
   

Doris Kramer

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Hi Art, I'm Doris Silk Kramer, daughter of Jack and Ann Byer Silk, seen here ...

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Doris Thank you for sending the photo iteration. Is Harvey Silk related? art



Related- yes. Harvey is my big brother, born 1928, named for mother's father,  Chaim Byer. I was born 1931, named for grandmother Devorah Beyla Silk.
Our mother, Ann, was one of seven children - all growing up in Trenton. The boys: Morris, Leon and Sam Byer, the girls: Ann Byer Silk, Sue Byer Vine, Ida Byer Berhang and Sara Byer Wilson Saks. We were eighteen Byer first cousins.

Best Wishes. Keep up the good work.

Dori Kramer 
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paul and tania feinberg 
wrote:

Dear Arthur-as you see, you are very much in our thoughts, continually, but most immediately, yesterday around our Shabbat luncheon table, with  Rabbi Joshua and Maxine Haberman, and Judy, who came with her parents to Trenton  as a close to new-born! Of course they remember you and Linda well, and here you appear in an early am welcome, with Chanukah Sameakh  passing between our homes.
My sister Miriam is thrilled too with the wonderful   'restoration'  mission you are undertaking, "renewing our days, as of old!" In this too, my father's great interest in you,  and your work, and leadership throughout the years adds to the blessing, and of his memory!
With blessings for good health,
In friendship,
Paul

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Olde Trenton Photos #26


Photos of Old Trenton




Hamilton-Greenwood Avenue Mansions



Assinpink Creek Near Montgomery St. 1900




Broad Street Bank Building






Trenton's Hospitals
St. Francis - Hamilton Ave.
Mercer Hosp. - Bellevue Ave.
Mc Kinley Hospital - Princeton Ave

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