East End shopping A Jewish chemists in Aldgate
Apologies from Herzl A 1901 letter from Theodore Herzl, founder of Zionism, to Mrs Maurburger of 39 Fashion Street, apologising for not being able to attend a meeting
An East End philanthropist Lord (Nathan Myer) Rothschild, banker and philanthropist
An opponent of Jewish immigration Rabbi Nathan Marcus Adler, Chief Rabbi of the United Synagogue and opponent of east European immigration to the UK
The King's Own Schneiders Royal Fusiliers tailoring for the War effort. These tailors refered to themselves as 'The King's Own Schneiders'. Schneider is Yiddish for tailor.
Boots for sale A print of a Jewish secondhand boot seller in an East End bazaar. Was this a forerunner of Petticoat Lane?
Family portrait Abraham Cassel with his parents
Posing for the camera Moshe Kramer, an elderly Jewish immigrant, posing as a farmer in an East End photographic studio
The Royal Jewsiliers 38th Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers, raised from East London Jews in World War One. They called themselves 'The Royal Jewsiliers'.
Menu of delights Advertisement for J Bonn, cook and confectioner, 2 Wentworth Street, London E1
A family portrait Cicely Marie with her grandson
The Jewish World The 1899 front cover of The Jewish World celebrating the inauguration of the English Zionist Federation. Sir Francis Montefiore is in the chair.
Jewish tailors at war Royal Fusiliers tailoring for the War effort. These tailors refered to themselves as 'The King's own Schneiders'. Schneider is Yiddish for tailor.
Somewhere to relax The women’s sitting room in an East End Jewish institution
Pupils and teacher The Reverend Norman Halter, chazzan, mohel and minister of Cannon Street Road synagogue, photographed with pupils
Posing for the photographer Morris Bilson, posing in an East End photographic studio. Perhaps he had received assistance from the Jewish Board of Guardians?