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Fabric Remnant - Organdy, Pink Floral, circa 1980s Reg. No: SH 890463
- Printed organdy fabric remnant, from Steinberg Drapery, Carlton, circa 1980s. Mrs Steinberg described the material as 'nylon - flocked. Lyon - French.'
Hyman Steinberg immigrated from Palestine in 1924 and his future wife Phyllis immigrated from the Russian-Polish border in 1927. Hyman established a manufacturing business in Elgin Street, Carlton, making men's and women's hosiery. He continued manufacturing there until 1938. Meanwhile, in 1930, Hyman and his wife had leased a shop across the road from their mill in Elgin Street and begun a drapery business. There were many other Jewish shopkeepers in Carlton and several other drapery shops in Elgin and Lygon Streets. The Steinberg Drapery was operated by Hyman and Phyllis until Hyman's death in 1975. Mrs Steinberg retired in 1989, aged nearly 80, and Museum Victoria acquired many items from the store.
- Piece of pink nylon fabric with flocked design of stylised flowers in white. There are some slight irregularities running across width of fabric.
- Acquisition Information:
- Donation from Mrs Phyllis Steinberg, 1989
|Dimensions:||175.00 cm (Height), 95.00 cm (Length)|
|Tagged with:||working life, jewish communities, jewish customs, jewish immigration, religions judaism, commerce, fabrics, retail trade, ethnic groups|
|Themes this item is part of:||Steinberg Drapery Collection, Cultural Diversity Collection, Domestic & Community Life Collection, Working Life & Trades Collection|
|Primary Classification:||COMMERCE & RETAILING|
|Secondary Classification:||Drapery & Haberdashery|
|Place Used:||Steinberg Drapery, Carlton, Victoria, Australia, circa 1980s|