Sarah, Abraham, Harry and Bess Goller posed outside the family’s Jewish deli at East Fourth and North Upper Streets in the early 1940s. The business was saved by an unusual loan from officials at Transylvania College during the Great Depression.
Sarah, Abraham, Harry and Bess Goller posed outside the family’s Jewish deli at East Fourth and North Upper Streets in the early 1940s. The business was saved by an unusual loan from officials at Transylvania College during the Great Depression. owner Photo Provided
Sarah, Abraham, Harry and Bess Goller posed outside the family’s Jewish deli at East Fourth and North Upper Streets in the early 1940s. The business was saved by an unusual loan from officials at Transylvania College during the Great Depression. owner Photo Provided

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