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February 14, 2014
by the gentle author

An elderly man leaves the Food for the Jewish Poor soup kitchen with his weekly provisions. The Soup Kitchen in Brune Street in East London which was erected by the Jewish community in 1902 to provide charitable support for Jewish immigrants to the area. The facility closed in the early 1990’s as more and more of the original Jewish residents died or moved. The charity gave free food to elderly Jewish residents of the area

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