George’s Shoes will celebrate 100 years in business during the Open Streets Boston festival planned for Centre Street on July 10. JP Centre/South Main Streets will present a birthday cake to the family-owned store in recognition of hitting the century mark. The business was founded by George Abrams in 1922, and sells shoes, handbags, jewelry, and a variety of other gifts from its store at 669 Centre St. Abrams came to the U.S. from Romania when he was just seven years old, worked as a foreman in a shoe factory before opening his first store in 1922. He was able to expand with additional stores in the South End, Inman Square, Warren Street, Dudley Street, and Jackson Square. Back then there were actually still shoemakers in Jamaica Plain.