[Page 152] The first Jewish language confernce in Cernivci
(August 29 to September 4, 1908
b2_152c1.jpg [21 KB] - Prominente Teilnehmer der Jiddischen Sprachkonferenz
Prominent participants in the Jewish language conference
together with members of the organization
“Jewish Culture” in Cernivci.

Second row below (from left to right):
J. L. Perez, Frau Perez, Singer, Frau Birnbaum and Dr. Nathan Birnbaum;
in the third row. the first from right:
Dr. Ch. Schidlowski, and the left end: Schalom Asch

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b2_152c2.jpg [17 KB] - Führende jiddische Dichter und Schriftsteller
Leading Jewish poets and writers and the
“Jewish language conference” in Cernivci

From right to left: H. D. Nomberg, Schidlowsky,
Schalom Asch, J. L. Perez und Abraham Reisen

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b2_152c3.jpg [23 KB] - Der "Jiddische Schulverein" in Czernowitz
The “Jewish School Association” in Cernivci

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