Andrew Narin and his late wife, Frances (née Tournoff), with members of their family, after their wedding at the Philpot Street Synagogue, in the East End, on January 2nd, 1928. The wedding was catered by Monickendam at two guineas a couple. Mr Narin now lives at the Brighton and Hove Jewish Home. Photo: courtesy of the London Museum of Jewish Life, Finchley, which welcomes archive photos« Return to Case Study B – Tower Hamlets
Source three – Newspaper article from 1989 about a 1928 ‘flapper wedding’- Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives (P 18781)
- What does this tell you about people’s lives in the 1920s?