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Three Streets… (cont.)

The home of Emanuel and Chaya-Tzipe Slep before the old entrance was destroyed

Micha rises against his brother Yehuda

(On the back of the photo is written:

“See Genesis, chapter 4, verse 8 …”)

The home of Emanuel and Chaya-Tzipe Slep (No. 18) with the new entrance (October 8, 1935)

From right to left, back row: Yaacov Charit and his sister Zelda, Henya Slep and her brother Micha, Elka Charit, Tzirka Kagan, Hanochl Schwartz, Kehat Kagan

Front row: Rivka Orlin, Rasya Kagan, Yehuda Slep holding Rivkale Schwartz, Ella Schwartz (Slep)

Home of Rochel-Lea Poritz on the corner of the incline to the lake, on “Unter-Dem-Brik Gass” near the church

The sign on the right says:

B. Poritz – Notions[1]

The sign in the center says:

S. Tilindzis, Tailor Shop

Standing on the balcony: Yitzchak Fleishman and Batya (Poritz)

Bottom: Rochel-Leah Poritz and her son Yitzchak

 

Esther Pomus (Orlin): They wrote me from home that a law had been passed in the shtetl ordering people to paint their fences in order to improve the appearance of the area…

A glimpse of the shtetl …

 
Unter-Dem-Brik Gass, towards the lake

From left to right: Homes of pharmacist Chaim-Aaron Shein, Slep, Levitt

 

 
From left to right: Homes of Rochel Levitt, Poritz, Chaim-Aaron, Slep

 

 
In the center of the shtetl

From left to right: Homes of Henya Melamed, Getzel Binder, Chanche Levitt, On the right is the Monument.

 


Footnotes

  1. Notions or haberdashery: store selling small sewing items such as buttons, thread, ribbons, … Return

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