JAMES LEVI AND COMPANY
When he died, so many people wanted to attend the funeral (more than 600) that they could not be accommodated in the local temple. The visiting Rabbi from Chicago was invited to deliver his service from the pulpit of SAINT JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
The 1865 and 1867 Dubuque City Directory stated that this business was located at 144 Main.
The 1868-69 Dubuque City Directory listed the southeast corner of 7th and Main.
The 1874-1875 and 1875-76 Dubuque City Directory stated that this business was located at 698 Main.
The 1884-1885 and 1886-87 Dubuque City Directory listed 688 Main as the address.
The 1890-91 Dubuque City Directory listed 688-698 Main.
The 1899-1900 Dubuque City Directory listed 698 Main.
The 1909 Dubuque City Directory and following directories gave this business address as 672-698 Main.
Pritikin, Karin. "Family & Community History- a Serendipitous Quest." Adapted from “Jewish History, Writ Large and Small” presented August 23, 2008, 2:30 PM at Temple Beth El, Dubuque