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Manischewitz Matzah Bakery

December 24th, 2015 · 1 Comment

Manischewitz Matzah Bakery

Jersey City, New Jersey

Date of Death: Thu. April 1, 1943 -

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The B. Manischewitz Company, LLC was founded by Rabbi Dov Behr Manischewitz, in 1888 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Company went public in 1923 and remained a public corporation until it was taken private in a management buyout led by Kohlberg & Company in 1990 for $42.5 million. It is the world’s largest matzo manufacturer and one of America’s largest and most recognizable kosher brands.

Manischewitz Matzah Bakery
Photo Caption (1): Rabbonim gather to supervise a special run (chabura) of matzoh at Manischewitz Bakery in Jersey City. Credit: IFJCAH
Note: Please help us identify the rabbonim in the picture.

Photo Caption (2): Rabbonim headed by Rav Eliezer Silver of Cincinnati, gather to supervise a special run (chabura) of matzoh at Manischewitz Bakery in Jersey City, March 8, 1953. Credit: IFJCAH

Photo Caption (3): Rabbonim headed by Rav Eliezer Silver of Cincinnati, gather to supervise a special run (chabura) of matzoh at Manischewitz Bakery in Jersey City, March 22, 1953. Credit: MAC
Rav Meir Cohen (mustache) can be seen standing directly behind Rav Silver.
Note: Please help us identify the rabbonim in the picture.

Photo Caption (4): Rabbonim headed by Rav Eliezer Silver of Cincinnati, gather to supervise a special run (chabura) of matzoh at Manischewitz Bakery in Jersey City, March 18, 1956. Credit: MCA
Note: Please help us identify the rabbonim in the picture.

Photo Caption (5): Rabbonim headed by Rav Eliezer Silver of Cincinnati, gather to supervise a special run (chabura) of matzoh at Manischewitz Bakery in Jersey City, April 7, 1957. Credit: IFJCAH
Note: Please help us identify the rabbonim in the picture.

 


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1 response so far ↓

  • 1 Rabbi Stern // Jul 22, 2019 at 3:59 pm

    The first picture, #3 is Rav Yaakov Meskin of the Bronx

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