It All Started with a Deli: the Attmans of Lombard Street with author M. Hirsh Goldberg
Sunday, October 27th at 4:00pm
Program included with Museum admission
Join us at the museum to hear from M. Hirsh Goldberg, author of It All Started with a Deli, about this remarkable story of business and family success. The Attmans name is synonymous with Jewish Baltimore, their deli one of the last remaining on corned beef row, just across the street from the museum. After the talk M. Hirsh Goldberg will sign copies of his book.
It All Started With a Deli charts the history of the Attman family from when the first deli was opened in 1915 by Harry Attman. It shows how the values of hard work, ethical conduct, religious principles and concern for others instilled by Harry Attman and his wife Ida into their three sons and future generations have created an astonishingly close, vibrant family whose members have founded major businesses while always giving back to the community.
“Few families have contributed so much to our City and State… The Attman story is one worth telling and sharing.” -Martin O’Malley, Governor of Maryland.
For more information, contact Program Manager Trillion Attwood at 410-732-6402 x215 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.