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Handwriting of the Teacher Yehuda Slep

Letter to students Gita Musilewitz and Batya Duchan A few words in Yiddish to Beile Musilewitz (nee Horowitz)

 

Yehuda Slep, the Teacher

 

At the doorway of the house of Hillel Schwartz and Elka (Slep), 8.1.1931
From right to left, top: Elka Charit, Yehuda Slep, (-), Tzirka Kagan, Avraham Orlin, Chaya-Tzipa Slep, Yaacov Charit, Hillel and Elka, Rivka Orlin (behind Elka), Gitale Musilewitz, Zelda Charit
In front, right: Raska Kagan, Dov-Berke Levitt (son of Chasl-Leah), Henka Slep
Left: Kehat Kagan, Kehat Slep
Raska Kagan: This was a beautiful house. Its nickname was “The Palace”. The house was purchased from the Milun family, who immigrated to South Africa.

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