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Submitted by Wendy S Newman

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Information Picture Question
Category: Translation - Yiddish
Approval Date: 8/9/2009
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Date of Image: c1929
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I am looking for the translation to help me better understand the photo it goes with.

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7/31/2009 Enter your response here and the submitter will be notified automatically.

This I write you. These are my two little grandchildren. The one holding the "bottle" is Ite Reyzl. In the --- is Israelit Moshe. I beg you very much to write me an answer to everything I wrote you.


[obviously written in America: "bottle"]
8/3/2009 Hi

My Yiddish isn't great, but I believe the inscription is saying that this picture is showing the writer's 2 grandchildren. The child with the bottle in hand is Yetta? Raisel and the other child Srul? (Israel?) Moshe. The write is asking for an answer regarding a previous? letter
8/8/2009 This is what I succeeded to translate:

This I write to you for these are my two grandchildren . The one with the bottle ? in her hand is ... ? Raizil (I couldn't make out the first name) and the other is Yerosril? Moshe . I beg you to answer me back about all I have written to you.
8/19/2009 Dear Wendy,

in case you still need some assistance please let me know.

Kind regards,
Beate(brokhe@gmx.de)
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