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Looking for info on Teutonia Hall, 66 Essex Street, NYC. 1907
Posted by: Erica Hersh (ID *****4822) Date: September 09, 2012 at 23:07:34
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Hi! I am looking for info/photo/articles/books, etc. on Teutonia Hall, 66 Essex Street, Lower East Side of Manhattan, NYC.

Have the streets changed since 1907?

I have found photo's of a Teutonia Hall in Yonkers, but we don't think that is the right address. I believe that has been demolished since 2009.

My Great Great Aunt and Uncle were married there, they lived on 53 Suffolk St, NYC

This is what the Wedding Invitation said:

Mr. & Mrs. Chaem I. Novitzky
Mr. & Mrs. Chaem H. Zlotnick

request the pleasure of your presence at the
marriage ceremony of their children

Ida Novitzky
to
Ike Zlotnick

on Thursday Evening, June 27th, 1907
at 6 o'clock

At Teutonia Hall, 66 Essex Street

R.S.V.P. 53 Suffolk St., N.Y.

I also posted on the NY/General Genealogy/Photography Boards...


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