Isidore Covitt lived in Shanghai during
the 1930s, and was heavily involved in the Jewish community in the city. The collection
contains two photographs from the early 1930s, consisting of a large group portrait of the
Jewish Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Girl Guides in Shanghai, as well as a group picture of the
troop leaders with Isidore Covitt and other prominent Jewish community members.
Isidore Covitt lived in Shanghai during the 1930s, and was heavily involved with the Jewish
community in the city.
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