|Index of surnames|
|Max (Mordechai) Goldschmidt (1883 - 1977)|
|b. 29 Mar 1883 at Bad Hersfeld, Hessen, Germany|
|m. Charlotte (Lotti) Pollak (1885 - 1971)|
|d. 06 Dec 1977 at Los Angeles, CA, USA aged 94|
|Events in Max (Mordechai) Goldschmidt (1883 - 1977)'s life|
|29 Mar 1883||Max (Mordechai) Goldschmidt was born||Bad Hersfeld, Hessen, Germany|
|06 Dec 1977||94||Max (Mordechai) Goldschmidt died||Los Angeles, CA, USA|
|Burial||Los Angeles, CA, USA|
He was a men's tailor before the war in partnership with his wife's brother-in-law Isidor Schwartz (as Schwartz und Goldschmidt). He apprenticed in Fulda, and later in Berlin-Neukolln.
He was in the German army during World War I as a cannonier in the Russian campaign 1914-1915, then as a tailor in Pferde-Lazarett ("Horse Hospital") (Veterinary corps) in Belgium until 1918.
After World War 1 he was a contract dressmaker for wholesale until 1933, in partnership with his wife.
Arrived in the USA (New York City) on SS Scythia (Cunard) January 2, 1934.
Lived in Bronx, New York until 1940; in New York City until 1960; in Long Beach until 1971.
Became a custom dressmaker with his wife in New York until around 1960. Retired to Long Beach, California.
|Created on 21 Apr 2015|