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Category: Translation - Hungarian
Approval Date: 3/13/2013 4:02 PM
Family Surname: Szeidler
Country: Hungary
Town: Budapest
Date of Image: 1930??
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I now have a translation of the German on the back of these photos. The writing in green appears to be Hungarian, can anybody translate it for me?

They are on the back of only photos I have of my Hungarian cousins.

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3/7/2013 1:12 PM The text is not written in standard german

Left side:
This photography shows the daughter of [Lipotsen], her name is Evi.


Right side:
Beautiful photography of [Sandoren?]. His name is Miki.

The green writing seems to be a Hungarian address.
3/8/2013 8:13 PM Hello David,

I would venture to say -- being familiar with Hungarian names -- that the name on the left side refers to Lipot. That is a Hungarian informal name for Leopold, or Leo as the American version.

The name mentioned on the right side is Sandor in Hungarian, and it is sometimes used for Alexander.

The writing on its side states "a snapshot (being sent)as a remembrance."

If I can figure out the rest of the script, I will send it later....Jo
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