The Family Store: Downtown Stamford 1940-1965 – Jewish Historical Society Outdoor Art Projection Special Event

Outside Wall of Macy’s at Stamford Mall

May 15, 2019 | 8:15 pm - 9:15 pm

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Description

Stamford's downtown family stores were part of a diverse community of store owners whose stories have never been shared. This cherished history needs to be told as much of it has vanished without a trace.

Pacific Street lives on in the memories of people who once lived or shopped there. Old photos capture a thriving downtown Stamford in the 1940s through the City fo Stamford Urban Redevelopment Commission period of the 1960s.

We designed a kaleidoscope of images recreating the downtown area from memories and photos. This presentation focuses on Pacific Street, which no longer exists,

The Family Store: Downtown Stamford 1940-1965. ”Remembering Pacific Street”
Outside on the exterior wall of Macy’s
Join us on Wednesday, May 15th 8:15 pm (rain date May 16th)
Greyrock Place near Broad Street

Parking at the mall or Bedford Street Garage
Bring your own chairs.

Contact Name: Elissa Kaplan, President JHFC

Contact Email: president@jhsfc-ct.org

Contact Phone: (203) 321-1373, ext. 150

NOTE: We do our best to ensure all information is accurate, however it's a good idea to visit the website or call the venue to verify the information.

Details

Ticket Information

This event is free of charge.

No tickets required.

Venue

Outside Wall of Macy’s at Stamford Mall
Greyrock Place near Broad Street
Stamford, CT 06901

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Accessibility Info

  • Wheelchair Access Wheelchair Access

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