• Interior of Goldstein's

    This photograph shows the interior of Goldstein's. The family business operated for nearly a century -- from its opening in the late 1880s until the year 1982.

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  • MacArthur's Visit to Murfreesboro

    Ethel Licker Haney (far left), daughter of Polish immigrant Sam Licker, welcomes her childhood friend, Jean Faircloth (Mrs. Douglas MacArthur, third from left), to Murfreesboro. General MacArthur (fif…

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  • Goldstein's Store

    This is a photograph of Goldstein family's store at its location on the Murfreesboro downtown square. William Goldstein opened the store soon after he settled in Murfreesboro in 1886. He ran the store…

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  • Photograph of the Weises, 2

    This is a postcard photograph of Aaron and Leah Weise.

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  • Aaron Weise in Uniform

    This is a photograph of Aaron Weise in his World War I military uniform. He served as an aviator from October 1917 to February 1919. On February 26, 1924, Weise was promoted in the reserves to the gra…

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  • Licker Sisters, 2

    This is a photograph of sisters Bertha Licker (left) and Esther Licker (right).

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  • Aaron Weise in Uniform, 2

    This is a photograph of Aaron Weise in his World War I military uniform. He served as an aviator from October 1917 to February 1919. On February 26, 1924, Weise was promoted in the reserves to the gra…

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  • Licker Family

    This is a photograph of the Licker family. Seated in the first row are Sam Licker and his wife, Sarah Licker. Sisters (from left) Bertha Licker, Ethel Haney, and Esther Maxwell are in the back row.

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  • Bernard and Evelyn Goldstein

    Bernard Goldstein and his wife Evelyn pose inside of the Goldstein store. Bernard owned and operated the family business after his brother David passed away in 1942.

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  • Soule College

    This photograph shows sisters Ethel Licker (second row, third from left) and Bertha Licker (first row, first from left) at Soule College on Maple Street, Murfreesboro. All three Licker sisters (Esther…

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