Fabryka wełny Jakuba Markusa w Białymstoku (ul. Jurowiecka 31)
Jedyna zachowana fabryka przy ul. Jurowieckiej, zbud. przed 1914.
Tobacco factory of Fajwel Janowski (39 Warszawska Street)
Opened in 1889, the factory produced cigarettes, cigars and snuff. Nearly all of the employees were women, mainly of Jewish origins. In 1896, prot...
Hebrew Gymnasium (present Municipal Hospital, 79 Sienkiewicza Street)
The Białystok Hebrew Gymnasium was one of the most important schools in the city. The gymnasium was known for its very good teachers, and the whol...
Józefa Zeligmana, Józefa Lebenhafta and Jakuba Derczyńskiego Gymnasium (4 Sienkiewicza Street)
This school, founded in 1922, was considered to be one of the best private schools in pre-war Białystok. It had the rights of a state school. The ...
Zinaida Chwolesowa Jewish Female Gymnasium (3 Pałacowa Street )
Founded in 1911. At first, it was located in Fabryczna Street (in a house belonging to the Tryllings). Zinaida Chwolesowa Jewish Female Gymnasium ...
Tenement house (26A Sienkiewicza Street)
Before the war, this tenement house was inhabited by numerous Jewish families, which is corroborated by mezuzahs visible on the door frames.