Apr. 5, 1804

Decree, issued by the City Council of Frankfurt am Main [Present-day Germany]: “Whereas the Council has received a complaint, that several local, protected Jews are renting warehouses in certain streets and areas within the city, to the detriment of the Christian traders, they are hereby prohibited from renting any warehouses outside of these three streets – Fahrgasse, Antonigasse and Toengesgasse – and any rentals in violation of this decree shall be null and void.”
Decree limiting the rights of Jews to rent warehouses in Frankfurt am Main (1804); Hesse Decrees Collection; AR 25198; Box 1; Folder 8; Leo Baeck Institute. Researched by Dominik Jacobs 1/9/2020