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Name Hochschild, Kohn & Co.

Associated Records

Image of 2001.112.001 -

2001.112.001 -

Envelope with thank you note with Max Hochschild image on front Envelope addressed to Mrs. [sic] Hilda Pollack President Girls of B'nai Brith Girls Alliyah Chapter 2924 Oakley Avenue, Baltimore, MD. Card is printed, "Please let me thank you for your kind thought of me on the occassion of my one hundredth birthday. Sincerely, Max Hochschild June 14, 1955

Image of 2001.087.002 -

2001.087.002 -

Greenbaum, Florence Kreisler, Jewish Cook Book, New York: Bloch Publishing Co., Inc., copyright 1918, published 1935. "The favorite recipes of America, Austria, Germany, Russia, France, Poland, and Roumania [sic], etc." Has Hochschild-Kohn paper wrapper.

Image of 1992.225.020 - Max Rubin Papers

1992.225.020 - Max Rubin Papers

Correspondence - business related.

Image of 2000.116.001 -

2000.116.001 -

Imprinted recipe card, "Your Recipe for a Hochschild, Kohn Tearoom Favorite Cucumber Dressing"

Image of 2001.042.007 -

2001.042.007 -

Hanging tag from Hochschild, Kohn and Co. reading "When you Buy, Better Try Hochschild Kohn," (a Hochschild, Kohn and Co. jingle slogan), n.d.

Image of 1997.149.008 - D. Schwartz and Sons Trade Machinery Co. Business Papers

1997.149.008 - D. Schwartz and Sons Trade Machinery Co. Business Papers

HISTORICAL NOTE D. Schwartz Dealer in Sewing Machines and Electric Motors opened on 1004 E. Baltimore Street. The business later became D. Schwartz and Sons Garment Trade Machinery on 342-348 N. Gay Street and even later simply D. Schwartz and Sons, Inc. SCOPE AND CONTENT The D. Schwartz and Sons Garment Trade Machinery Co. collection contains business records and a few personal records related to the Schwartz family. The majority of the collection covers orders and invoices from multiple companies. The collection is divided into seven series. Series I. Catalogs, 1900-1935 contains Singer Machine and Union Machine parts catalogs. The catalogs are organized chronologically. Series I

Image of 2000.122.002 -

2000.122.002 -

Brochure advertising bridal services at Hochschild Kohn's. Two copies, both with envelopes addressed to Mary Kathleen Smith at home in Towson, April 1949. Brochures - with small photo illustration glued to front, and bound with a white satin ribbon - are identical except one has lost its photo (it's attached with a paperclip). Text inside notes Hochschild Kohn services for brides: "With Every Good Wish ... we offer you the manifold servies of our Bride's Shop. Today your problems are as varied as they are exciting. What kind of wedding gown? How about the trousseau ... the bridal party ... the invitations ... the new things for your home? It is our pleasant job to know the answers t

Image of 2002.046.001 -

2002.046.001 -

Copies of The Oriole and other materials related to the Hochschild Kohn department store chain, 1947-1971.

Image of 1998.055.013 -

1998.055.013 -

Papers collected by Linda Lapides about various Jewish organizations, political figures, and businesses in Maryland. Included in these papers are: a 1952 program to a Baltimore Hadassah presentation of "The Faithful City", the first full length Israeli motion picture; holiday service ticket for Doris Lapides; a Levindale Passover invitation sent to Julian Lapides; Hutzler's clothing advertiements; a Hochschild Kohn & Co. employee tax record; a flyer for Michele Rosenberg's Baltimore City Council campaign; and a catalog for "Creative Specialties", 1997.

Image of 1999.063.002 -

1999.063.002 -

Paper shopping bag, brown with images of Baltimore buildings in red from Hochschild, Kohn & Co. department store, nd.

Image of 2002.079.001 - Lester Levy Family Papers

2002.079.001 - Lester Levy Family Papers

SCOPE AND CONTENT The Lester Levy Family Papers describe the lives of Lester Levy and his parents William and Beatrice Levy; his grandparents Morris Stern, Matilda Stern, Michael S. Levy, and Betsy Levy; his sister Selma Levy Oppenheimer and brother-in-law Reuben Oppenheimer; and his extended family members, including Julius and Etta Levy, Raphael Achtzehner, Meyer Stern, Clara Simsohn, Horace Stern, Martin Oppenheimer, Louis Jacobs, and Isaac Jacobs. The collection also consists of material related to Eleanor Levy and her parents Clara and Benno Kohn; her siblings Carrie Wyman, Bernard Kohn, and Martin Kohn and sister-in-law Rosa Kohn; and several of her extended family members, includin

2003.081.002 -

Framed advertisement , Hutzler Brother's Individual Tableware

Image of 2003.001.002 -

2003.001.002 -

Brochure advertising Kosher for Passover confections and cakes by Barton's and sold at Hochschild-Kohn, c. 1950. The brochure also has instructions for how to prepare a traditional Seder.

OH 0359 - Oral History Collection

Melissa Martens interviews (one tape) Pearl Rosenthal Stark Fisher on August 25, 2000 about her career as an illustrator at Brager-Gutmans, Hochschild-Kohns, and Hechts.

OH 0436 - Oral History Collection

Oral history in which Melissa Martens interviews Shirley Carp on October 11, 2000 about shopping in the downtown Baltimore department stores and her experience as an employee at Hechts, one tape.

OH 0465 - Oral History Collection

Oral history interview (one tape) conducted with A. Stanley Brager, Jr. by Meghan Gross about Department stores on April 3, 2001.

OH 0437 - Oral History Collection

Oral history interview (one tape) conduced with Sara Goldberg by Sally Esterson on November 24, 2000 about memories of the downtown Baltimore department stores. Goldberg's daughter was present and participated in the interview. Interview focuses on Goldberg's experience as a customer of several stores, especially Hutzler Brother's and Hochschild Kohn's.

OH 0432 - Oral History Collection

Oral history interview (one tape) of Lou Frank talking about working at Hecht's Department store with Melissa Martens on October 5, 2000. Major topics include working for Hecht's Department Store, family background, how he got involved in retail, the process of ringing up sales, types of shoppers, various departments in the store, what shoppers wanted and expected from the Hecht Co., anything noticeably Jewish about the stores, and black customers.

OH 0482 - Oral History Collection

Oral history interview (one tape) of Paul Friedberg discussing his employment with Hochschild, Kohn as a shoe salesman, shoe buyer, and merchandise manager from 1926-1971. The interview was conducted by Meghan Gross on June 4, 2001.

OH 0378 - Oral History Collection

Oral history interview (one tape) with Jack Goldstein talking about his experiences working at Hochschild Kohn, conducted by Melissa Martens on October 10, 2000.