Heiden’s Clothing

Clothier
1930s-?


Lake City, SC

FAMILIES:

Barnwell native Jay Jules Heiden (1905-1983) was one of two sons of Polish immigrants Max Heiden (b. 1876) and Minnie Padget (1880-1957), merchants who split their time between New York and South Carolina. He married Rose Drucker Heiden (1909-2003), a native of Poland, in New Yorkbefore returning to South Carolina in the 1930s. He opened Heiden’s, later known as Glamour Corner in Lake City. Sometime later he opened a second location in Kingstree. 

 

If you know more about this merchant, please get in touch: 

rgbarnettsc@gmail.com 

803.252.1770 ext 37 

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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