This Day in Jewish History / Tailor ordered to stop disturbing church
New York court rules that church-goers have the right to worship without the sound of sewing machines in the background.
On August 8, 1871, the American courts struck a blow for respecting religious observance, ruling that a Jewish tailor whose labors were disturbing the Sunday services at a next-door church would have to cut it out.
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