Goldstein’s

Merchant
c. 1930 – 1962

13 W. Boyce Street
Manning, SC

FAMILIES: Goldstein, Passamaneck, and Schwartz

Jacob Jack Goldstein (1900-1963) was born in North Carolina to Polish immigrants Joseph (1843-1928) and Lena Kabaker Goldstein (1862-1950). He married Sally Passamaneck (1900-1982) in 1924, and they moved to Manning by 1930, where Jacob opened Goldstein’s. They moved the store to 13 W. Boyce Street in 1941 and expanded to include women’s and men’s departments. Sally and Jacob travelled to New York twice each year to buy clothing and shoes for the store. In 1960, Goldstein’s downsized and moved to 7 W. Boyce Street. Goldstein retired in 1962 and sold the building to Louis Schwartz.

Main Image: 

13 W. Boyce Street, 2018. 

Image courtesy Google Maps

 

Above Image:

Jacob and Sally Goldstein. 

Image from Ancestry.com user sjsmutchler

The Jewish Merchant Project is supported by the generosity of the Norman and Gerry Sue Arnold Foundation and the Stanley B. Farbstein Endowment at the Coastal Community Foundation. Longtime members of the JHSSC, Mr. Arnold obm, a merchant himself, and Mr. Farbstein obm were both children of South Carolina Jewish merchants.

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