Mossy Marks (foreground), with Sally, Egon Zetner and Issy - working hard serving smoked salmon (from their own smoke hole).
Business card, c. 1980
Furious frying to keep ahead of the Sunday demand for hot lutkas....
From the 1955 film A Kid for Two Farthings, Mossy Marks Deli seen in the background.
With the market street just washed, the National Westminster Tower can be seen under construction in the distance.
The Savile Row of the East End
During the 1960s this was the site of Golubs the Jewish bookstore owned by the Kaye family
Selling bagels and lutkas on a Sunday morning.
1978 view down Old Castle Street towards 57 - 59 Wentworth Street to an East End icon - Mossy Marks Delicatecen (Photo taken by contribut...
A view down Old Castle Street in 1978 to to an East End icon, Marks of the Lane, 57 - 59 Wentworth Street - run by great-uncle, Mossy Marks
This view looking towards Wentworth Street and the later site of family's Marks Delicatessen (57-59 Wentworth Street) is from around 1900
Margaret Thatcher and Monty Modlin visiting my great uncle's deli during her pre-election tour of Petticoat Lane.
My grandmother Golda who worked alongside her brother Mossy Marks (Palkowski) at Marks of the Lane.
Prior to moving across the road to 59 Wentworth Street (Marks of the Lane Deli), my great grandfather Mark Palkowski and family owned thi...
A 1975 view taken from Old Castle Street towards a well-loved repository of smoked salmon and shmaltz herrings.
The site of the family smoke hole that serviced Marks of the Lane Deli (59 Wentworth Street).