This picture was taken some time
in late 1930's when the Esselin family were living
on 10th and Lloyd a section of a few blocks
on Milwaukee's North Side that had a small concentration
of Jewish families. There was a Kosher butcher on
that street, and young Jewish kids would gather
for a few early hour sessions of chatter on that
block on 10th street. There is now a concrete Elevated
Freeway that bestrides what had been that busy neighborhood.
This snapshot was taken in the living
room of the flat that he and Becky lived in (The address
was 2116-A North 10th street) from about 1932 through
1954. A cold water flat-there were four flats in the
building, each with their own coal fired furnace.
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