Friday, May 9, 2014

1877 THE POLES IN PARIS (#3)


Information is based on the "1877 Paris Diary" - A list of businesses, factories and handicrafts.

Below is a list of individuals who were or may have been Jewish who lived and worked in Paris. (Please note: I have not used appropriate accent marks in the words or names written in French or Polish).

FUNCTIONARIES (FONCTIONAIRES)/OFFICIALS
p. 83/i. 41

Government & Public Officials:

            Ministries:
Chonski Adolf –employee--Ministere de l’Agriculture

            Seine Prefecture, employees:
Bereki Artur, Borysewicz Szymon

            Officials of the Private Sector (les fonctionaires du privee admin.), employees of:
--Credit Foncier-- Bobrowicz Artur, Sienkiewicz Artur
--La Cie d’Assurances Generales—Orlowski Rafael, Rubach Boleslaw
--La Societe Generale—Kisielewski Wiktor, Lacki Jozef
--La Bibliotheque Polonaise—Wrzesniowski Leon

            Traffic Officials:
Grzegorzewski Leon—commis-aux ecritures (correspondence??), Krasuwski Leopold—commerce employee