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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
21363 Do you recognize?

1/22/2012 4:19 PM I'm trying to locate the Polster family, pictured are Sophie and Joe in this 1969 New Years Eve photo, and their daughter Jackie. Last known address was on Bexley Rd. in Cleveland. I'm trying to determine if they are family of the Kaufman (Kupchik), Kleber, Weinberg or Rosenthal families or just old friends. Perhaps they can help in my search for information about the old family ties. View the post, there are no responses
21355 Translation - Yiddish

1/22/2012 4:18 PM Need a translation of two line I believe to have been written by my Aunt Luba FISHER to the Yiddish Artists Union in Warsaw View the post with its 1 response
21336 Translation - Polish

1/22/2012 4:18 PM Please translate as much as you can! thanks! View the post with its 2 responses
19016 Do you recognize?

1/22/2012 4:16 PM Family Reunion for Passover in 1923, Moscow.
Berka Shmerlovich Gurariy with his 2nd wife Sura, 4 sons (Michoel with wife Lyuba, Zelman with wife Chana Gurariy/Vitebskaya, Yohannan, Mordechay), youngest daughter Tanya Mintz, and grandchildren.

Do you recognize anyone?

Thank you.
Tara Levin (Gurariy)
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19013 Do you recognize?

1/22/2012 4:16 PM The note on the reverse side of this photo hand-written by the bride Perl Gurariy-Frenkel: December 26, 1907. Kremenchug. "Gileer varemis moi" (in Yiddish). All people on this photo are RELATIVES of the entire Gurariy Family. Pinya/Pichus and Polina Frenkel (maiden family - Gurariy, Aaron Gurariy's daughter). Today is 1961, I am 80 years old. To Zinoviy and Chana Gurariy. (Do not forget me!)

Attention FAMILIES: Boguslavsky, Botvinnikov, Gindin, Feign/Feigin, Frankel/Frenkel, Korobshinski, Mintz, Panus, Prager/Praguer, Pyatigorsky, Turevsky, Volovik, Vitebsky
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7350 Translation - Polish

1/22/2012 4:16 PM Marriage record View the post with its 1 response
19008 Do you recognize?

1/22/2012 4:15 PM The elderly man in the middle is Berka/Boris Gurariy son of Shmerl. Born in ~1860, Kremenchug, Ukraine; died in Moscow in 1939. Merchant. In 1923 his business was known in Moscow as "KRASKA" (oil/dye/paint), a stock company.

Who are these people?
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Tara Levin (Gurariy)
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19009 Do you recognize?

1/22/2012 4:15 PM From Zinoviy/Zelman and Anna/Hanna Gurariy (Kremenchug-Moscow-Kharkov)photo album. Date: ~1912 or later. Location: Kremenchug or Poltava, Ukraine.

Any info regarding this person as a part of Zinoviy/Zelman and Anna/Hanna GURARIY (Kremenchug-Moscow-Kharkov) family would be greatly appreciated.
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19012 Do you recognize?

1/22/2012 4:15 PM Unidentified members of GURARIY family from Kremenchug. Moscow, Russia or Kremenchug, Poltava, Ukraine?

Zinoviy/Zelman Gurariy is the first from the left. The man on the right might be Yakov Volovik.

Who are these men? Relatives or business partners?
Any info will be greatly appreciated.
Tara Levin (Gurariy)
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21335 Translation - Polish

1/22/2012 4:14 PM Please translate as much as you can! thanks! View the post with its 2 responses
21359 Translation - Hebrew

1/18/2012 4:14 PM This is my parent's Ketubah. I would like to have the filled in names and other information translated.

Thank you very much.
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21356 Do you recognize?

1/18/2012 4:13 PM This is my Great-Uncle, Max Schute. My Great-Grandparents Eli and Perl Schute, and my Grandparents, Isidore and Esther Schute came to the US through Philadelphia 1903 and 1904 to his residence. There may have been as many as 14 siblings, and I am looking for the rest of my family. Some may have been in Boston. My Grandparents came to New Orleans around 1910.
Marilynn Bloom
Houston, TX
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21357 Do you recognize?

1/18/2012 4:13 PM This is my Great-Grandmother Perl Schute. She and her husband Eli/Elze came to Philadelphia in 1905 to be with their son, Max Schutte. She supposedly had 16 children. My Grandfather Isidore and his twin brother, Nathan were the youngest of her children. I would like to find the rest of the family. I think some went to Boston. Please contact me if you recognize her or any of the details. Thanks so much.
Marilynn Bloom
Houston, TX
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21352 Translation - Yiddish

1/18/2012 4:13 PM Need a translation of what I believe to be a written by my Aunt Luba FISHER to the Yiddish Artists Union in Warsaw View the post with its 4 responses
21353 Translation - Yiddish

1/18/2012 4:13 PM Need a translation of what I believe to be a written by my Aunt Luba FISHER to the Yiddish Artists Union in Warsaw. Document is handwritten and typed. View the post with its 1 response
21354 Translation - Yiddish

1/18/2012 4:13 PM Need a translation of what I believe to be handwritten by my Aunt Luba FISHER to the Yiddish Artists Union in Warsaw View the post with its 2 responses
21350 Translation - German

1/18/2012 4:12 PM I would like to know the occupation of baby Moses Jacob's father, Felix Gattmann. View the post with its 1 response
21351 Translation - German

1/18/2012 4:12 PM I would like to know the occupation of the father, Maier GATTMANN (---fabrikant?) and the address of the parents, listed after the mother's name. View the post with its 1 response
21347 Interpretation

1/18/2012 4:11 PM I am looking for some help reading the birthplace for Annie Pellman listed on this NYC marriage certificate. My understanding was that she was from Minsk and I want to confirm if that if what is listed on this document. View the post with its 2 responses
21348 Translation - Yiddish

1/18/2012 4:11 PM Incription behind photo of Yitzhok, Buna Ite and Zelda Glass. Translation would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance!

C
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