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Submitted by Marcia Indianer Meyers

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Information Picture Question
Category: Translation - Yiddish
Approval Date: 5/4/2008
Family Surname: Serwer (Server)
Country: Poland
Town: Bolechow
Date of Image: 1918?
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This was the writing on the back of the group photo postcard. My had written this - her name was
Ester Serwer (pronounced Server)

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5/6/2008 I am leaving shortly for Vienna so cannot give you a verbatim translation as I am in a hurry, but sadly all it is, is very flowery BIRTHDAY {heart shall sing like a bird - your luck shall flower like a roses etc] wishes and no names are given.

The writer asks for forgiveness - but for what?

What a pity NO CLUES

Last word is "JUGEND" bent around the corner = YOUTH
referring to the picture no doubt when they shared their experiences

Celia
5/6/2008 Forgot to say - it is GERMAN

Celia
5/9/2008 Enter your response here and the submitter will be notified automatically.

this is not yiddish.
tamar
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