Reunion of Minneapolis South Siders
German Jews arrived in Minneapolis in the 1860s, followed by a large influx of Eastern European Jews in the 1880s. The South Side neighborhood around Franklin and 15th Avenues was home to Rumanians and Russians. The families gathered for this picture included the Rosenthals (back row), Marcuses (middle, seated) and Eisenbergs (front). Harry Brand is standing with his foot on the chair.
Subject: Social issues
Coverage: Minneapolis; Hennepin; Minnesota
Local Identifier: S4#1
Link to our record: reflections.mndigital.org/u?/jhs,373
From the Steinfeldt Photography Collection of the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest.