some things never change

July 6, 2007

New York Tribune, April 20, 1902 “The Passover Bread”

“Of course,” said one East Side baker, “our customers are for the most part Jews who buy the matsos because they wish to keep the Passover, but we have many customers also who are not Jews, who prefer the unleavened bread to crackers, and our list of such customers is becoming larger every year.”

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