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Category: Translation - Yiddish
Approval Date: 3/25/2009
Family Surname: Cooper ( not original)
Country: USA
Town: New York
Date of Image: June, 1917
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I am attempting to determine the original name of this relative who was Jewish and came from Poland/Russia. He signed his name on this document using symbols. What do they represent? Also, I am trying to determine the name of the town/provence where he came from.

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3/27/2009 He signed his name in Yiddish: filip koper

The scan is not clear enough to read the town name.

--Joel Maxman
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