Published On: Sun, Mar 13th, 2016

An old family business story tells how religious, cultural differences were bridged

Gollers in Lexington

  • Brothers tell how their grandfather immigrated from Lithuania to Lexington
  • He opened a Jewish deli, where many neighbors were black, customers Christian
  • Business saved in Great Depression by an unusual loan from a surprising source
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