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Jewish Women on the Map - Beth Levine Childhood Home


Beth Levine Childhood Home
25 West Avenue
Patchogue, NY
United States

Childhood home of legendary shoe designer Beth Levine, who introduced the mule and the stilletto to America.

Born Elizabeth "Bessie" Katz in 1914 to Lithuanian immigrants who made their living as cattle and dairy farmers on eastern Long Island, after high school she moved to New York City where she made her career.

Birthplace/home/school/workplace of a history maker
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