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Krauss 1938 shows the badge of the Eighth National Eucharistic Congress. Krauss 1938 The Catholic Church in the United States held its Eighth National Eucharistic Congress in New Orleans. The Congress ran from 17-October to 20-October, 1938. Since Krauss Department Store stood next to the Southern Railway passenger terminal on Canal Street, the store put up the logo for the Congress. Yes, the Krauss brothers were Jewish. Yes, they turned the store over in 1920 to their Jewish brother-in-law, Leon Heymann. No, that didn't matter, when all those Catholics got off trains, emerging into the Canal Street sunlight, next to...
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