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St. John's City

Joseph David Burnstein

St. John's
early1900s

My grandfather Joseph David. Burnstein when he was acting
Rabbi in St. John's, and also an interpreter for the city as well.
He was the first Ladies Tailor to open shop in 1901
at 307 Water Street (today the Murray Premises)
in St John's, Newfoundland.

Contributed by Carol Ann Ryan Paton
2017 01

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