About Avraham Barron (cont.)
Esther Ben-Ari (Shapira), the teacher: One of the mothers said to me: We are poor people, and I request that you only teach my daughter arithmetic so that she can help us in the shop.
(Courtesy Sara-Weiss Slep)
Sara-Weiss Slep: Grisha Vatkin (from Shavli, settled in Vilna after the war) accompanied me on this trip. The house in the photograph is possibly the Levins' store. The Lithuanian woman we met still remembers the names of Levin's children.
|Parting from Batya Levin beside her parents' home in Antaliepte
From right to left: Yehuda Slep (from Dusiat), and the Levin sisters: Sara-Itel, Yehudit, Feigele, Batya and Reinke, Rasya Kagan (from Dusiat), David Levin, Hirsh Stoller (from Salok [Salakas]).
|Miryam Slep (right) taking leave of her parents in Dusiat before aliya to Eretz Yisrael with Batya Levin from Antaliept - Dusiat, 1934
In the background is the red brick house of the Lithuanian Valiulis, may his memory be blotted out.
|Kopelewsky (from Antaliepte) and his friend Kehat Slep (from Dusiat)
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