All Contributions from Rosemarie Wayland (nee Zetolofsky)

My father's cloth shop

Whitechapel Technology Centre (East London Works) | Rosemarie Wayland (nee Zetolofsky)

I was born in Plumber's Row in 1950. In 1955, as my father became more prosperous, he bought the shop across the road, 91 Whitechapel ...

A visit to Mena's flat

Hopetown | Rosemarie Wayland (nee Zetolofsky)

When I was still in primary school we had our first Asian child join the class, her name was Mena and she lived in the tenement houses...

Going to the baths in the 1950s and 1960s

The Wash Houses, London Metropolitan University, former Whitechapel Baths | Rosemarie Wayland (nee Zetolofsky)

I remember going to the public baths in Goulston Street because we had no bathroom at home. You brought a clean towel and clothes with...


Snowy the dog outside Blooms, photographed by Ian Berry for 'This is Whitechapel 1972', copyright Ian Berry

90 Whitechapel High Street | Rosemarie Wayland (nee Zetolofsky)

The lady holding the dog is Betty. She worked for the bakers 'Doris Cohen'. When Doris found out the photographer was taking pictures at ...


Rosemarie Wayland's memories of the East End Jewish community on holidays

Business Development Centre, formerly Great Garden Street Synagogue and Morris Lederman House | Rosemarie Wayland (nee Zetolofsky)

Rosemarie Wayland, who grew up attending Great Garden Street Synagogue in the 1950s and 60s, speaks of Jewish holidays spent down at Towe...