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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
28133 Translation - Yiddish

7/10/2013 5:02 PM A writing at the back of a photo, please help translate.
Thank you
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28134 Translation - Russian

7/10/2013 5:02 PM This image was transliterated as BRUNOV, but I have been told the handwriting is not very clear. I'm hoping for FRUMOV.

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28135 Translation - Russian

7/10/2013 5:02 PM Could someone please translate Russian into English? The previous image I submitted was compressed and could not be enlarged. This image can be enlarged.

Thank you for your help,

Regina
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28136 Photo Identification

7/10/2013 5:02 PM I am interested in getting a translation of the Yiddish (?) that appears on the reverse side of this photograph. The photo was taken shortly after the parents (Meyer Cohen and Bronna Cohen, nee Trachtman) of these two children moved from Soroca, Moldova to Chicago.

Thank you.
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28137 Translation - Yiddish

7/10/2013 5:02 PM I am interested in getting a translation of the Yiddish (?) that appears here. This is the reverse of a photo identified by the same name. The photo was taken shortly after the parents (Meyer Cohen and Bronna Cohen, nee Trachtman) of these two children moved from Soroca, Moldova to Chicago.

Thank you.
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28138 Translation - German

7/10/2013 5:02 PM Please provide a complete translation of this death record. I am trying to confirm that this person is the same one as listed in my other documents posted at same time. View the post, there are no responses
28126 Tombstone

7/10/2013 5:01 PM I would appreciate a translation please.

Thank you very much.

Corinne
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28127 Translation - German

7/10/2013 5:01 PM Back of card is damaged but would appreciate knowing as much as possible about the two sides of this card. View the post with its 1 response
28128 Translation - German

7/10/2013 5:01 PM Realize image is damaged but would appreciate having as much of this card translated as possible. View the post, there are no responses
28129 Translation - Russian

7/10/2013 5:01 PM This envelope addressed to me was received during
a researcher's search of the Polonnoye, Russia Archive for the Baranshteyn family
I would like to have the complete translation of the return address.
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28130 Translation - Hebrew

7/10/2013 5:01 PM This photo of a stone memorial arch was taken at the Waldheim Cemetery's(Chicago area)burial where my grandfather Louis Baranshteyn/Bernstein is interned. Lois was from Labu, Russia/Ukraine located very near the town of Polonnoye.
I beleive the memorial cemetery arch was built by a Chicago benevolent society whose members were from the Polonnoye area. English names can be sen engraved on the arch,however, the top portion of the arch is engraved in either Hebrew or Yiddish.
This is the translation I am most interested in.
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28131 Translation - Yiddish

7/10/2013 5:01 PM Tghis yidish writing was on the reverse of a photo of a house under construction. View the post with its 1 response
28120 Translation - Polish

7/10/2013 5:00 PM As complete a translation as possible of inscription on back of photo View the post with its 2 responses
28122 Do you recognize?

7/10/2013 5:00 PM Any information about the family or descendents of Zigmund and Helena Szaladajewski of Lodz View the post, there are no responses
28123 Translation - German

7/10/2013 5:00 PM this is a marriage certificate, page 1. Louis Herz from Numbrecht Germany married Ida Reinheimer from Beerfelden. His father Jacob Herz I was a witness. Her mother was Jette Dieter, her father was Benjamin Reinheimer. Louis's mother was deceased at this time. Her name was Sofie (Sophie?) Frank. This is page one. I'm also uploading page 2. View the post with its 1 response
28124 Tombstone

7/10/2013 5:00 PM I would appreciate a translation please.

Thank you very much

Corinne
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28112 Tombstone

7/10/2013 4:59 PM I would appreciate a translation.

Thank you very much

Corinne
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28113 Tombstone

7/10/2013 4:59 PM I would appreciate a translation please.

Thank you very much

Corinne
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28114 Tombstone

7/10/2013 4:59 PM I would appreciate a translation please.

Thank you very much.

Corinne
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28116 Translation - Yiddish

7/10/2013 4:59 PM Correspondence between Josel in Pinsk and his brother Ben and mother Chaja in the U.S. before the family perished in the Holocaust. View the post with its 1 response
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