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Submitted by Rashi N Rosenzweig

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Information Picture Question
Category: Do you recognize?
Approval Date: 12/30/2012 4:09 PM
Family Surname: Feigenbaum; Kuperschmidt, Zacherman
Country: Israel
Town: Tel Aviv
Date of Image: Late 1950s/Early 1960s
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The woman in the black dress is my maternal grandfather's 1st cousin, Pola Kuperschmidt-Bavitch (nee: Feigenbaum) originally from Lublin, Poland. Her 2nd husband, Chaim Bavitch (head of the Arbeiter's Ring, T'A) is to her left. Her 1st husband and baby daughter both perished in the Shoah around 1941.

Re: The rest of the people - can anyone out there identify them? Some bear striking resemblance to my family, especially the tall older man in the middle and others. This was taken in Tel Aviv in the late 1950s or so. Please answer me privately. My email: Rashi67@hotmail.com

Thanks!

Rashi Rosenzweig

Ra'anana, ISRAEL

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1/4/2013 7:05 AM There is actually a chance the photo can be identified. There are about 20 people on the photo, which means that there were up to 20 copies of the photo in existence.

You can also search for similar images at images.google.com. If you are not familiar with it, open the site, click on the camera icon and take it from there. It is easy.

The photo can also be cropped to create separate image files for each face and run them through Google.

I have also been told that myheritage.com uses a facial recognition software of some kind. If you keep your family tree on their web site, including photographs, it will notify you if the software identifies a similarly looking person in another family tree.

Good luck in your search.

Boris Feldblyum
www.bfcollection.net
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