Jewish refugee men and women of all ages gathered together to eat at the Jews' Temporary Shelter, 63 Mansell Street, in London's East End. They sit at long tables. Women carry plates of food out to the tables. Some diners are wearing coats. A large parlor area. Some people sitting at a table working on documents. Others sitting, smoking, relaxing, and listening to a man playing the accordian.
( Supplemental notes: At the beginning of the clip (0.08-0.09 and 0.26-0,39) the gentleman with the moustache is Adolph Michaelson, who was superintendant of the Shelter. Later in the clip (at 0.1.30-01.48) the lady in the doorway is Mrs. Sarah Michaelson, who was matron of the Shelter. They ran the Shelter from about 1912 until 1940.)
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