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Unknown Abromovitch

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Membership: Gedemino Club
Managed by: Joan Mae Jegelewicz
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About Unknown Abromovitch

THE GEDEMINO CLUB. The Lithuanian men organized the Gedemino Club in 1910 for purpose of “establishing and maintaining a place for a reading room and social meetings.” Their clubhouse on the corner of River and Margin streets was completed by 1914. Many of the original members were still alive when this 1935 photograph was taken. Only the men on the first, second and fourth rows can be identified, suggesting that the others were visitors. They are, from left to right, as follows: (first row) J. Kazukonis, unidentified, S. Zaremba, unidentified, Verbickas, unidentified, unidentified, Bakanosky, Klimauskas (1), Klimauskas (2), A. Kazukonis, unidentified, Wm. Kazukonis, and J. Kaminski; (second row) unidentified, unidentified, Aidukonis, unidentified, W. Chaplick, Chernesky, J. Becksha, Stan Dzingelevitch, Anthony Akstin, J. Akstin, ? Akstin, Dr. J. Grevis, W. Putis Sr., S. Benkus, and Paul Belrick; (third row) A. Mayauskas, all others unidentified; (fourth row) all unidentified; (fifth row) unidentified, J. Buya, D. Benkus, E. Mikonis, Zaremba, A. Kazlauskas, M. Benkus, D. Uzdavinis, P. Palauskas, A. Navickas, unidentified, S. Uzdavinis, unidentified, J. Ziminski, M. Vencis, J. Kuliesh, Abromovitch, M. Matonis, and unidentified.

O'Malley, Patricia Trainor (1999). Haverhill's immigrants at the turn of the century. Charleston, SC: Arcadia. (p. 87)

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