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Mizrahi describes his paternal grandparents as "dirt poor." His father took a job at the Soho sweatshop both since he was familiar with garment-making and because America's garment industry was already populated with Jews, a holdover from a time when they were barred from entering other industries.
In 1700s Europe, for example, Jews in some countries were not granted the same working rights as their non-Jewish neighbors and often resorted to manufacturing and peddling after being shut out from careers in medicine and law.
Journalist Alexander Stille writes in his book Benevolence and Betrayal that the Jews of 17th and 18th century Rome "were eventually driven out of all businesses other than the repair and sale of old clothes." "The early Jewish presence in the American garment industry came from a serendipitous pattern of immigration, along with the growth of the industrial manufacturing industry," says Gabriel Goldstein, an independent museum consultant and co-author of A Perfect Fit: The Garment Industry and American Jewry, a book that published in tandem with a 2005 Yeshiva University exhibit on the topic.
"While some Jews arrived with industry knowledge, others were Yankee tailors and learned the trade when they got here because American education and culture was not initially accessible for Jews.
The Voyager BT 9535 laser scanner uses Range Gate technology to scan high volumes of barcodes when out of range of its host system.