Sidney Myer

Sidney Myer

Sidney Baevski Myer (born Simcha Myer Baevski (Russian: Симха Майер Баевский); 8 February 1878 – 5 September 1934) was a Jewish-Australian businessman, best known for creating Myer, Australia's largest chain of department stores.

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