|Eli Zimerman of Kurenets|
A thankful letter:
If you see him naked, cover him
Do not deny one who is in your own image.
And then your splendor will be awaken with dawn
And your repast will swiftly grew
To our beloved, honored and precious brother, Moshe Eliezer Kramer!
Receive from us our blessing, The consecration of your brothers, It is awarded upon you for the magnanimous relief that you secured for our devastated brothers, our beloved who were inflicted by war in our hometown of Kurenets. You speared no money or toil, you endangered your soul and went by water. We will say to you with all of our brothers: May you be blessed You solved with your puissance the destitution of our kinsmen and you became their achi-ezer and achi-semech
And we pray that our brothers will be spared of any adversity and flourish and you will be rewarded for you righteousness. May G-D requite you with lengthy life span and you will harvest in splendid old age filled with blissfulness and affluence, and you will receive enjoyment from your sons and all your family members
Your brothers who Signed
Max Alberts (nee Alperovitz)
Elyhu Avraham Albert (nee Alperovitz)
Shimon, son of rev Yehuda Leib Bengis
Yaakov, son of rev Aba Dinerstein
Avraham Binyamin Dimenstein
Aharon, son of rev Shlomo Gordon
Pesach, son of rev Eliezer Luria
Kelman, son of rev Eliezer Luria
Mendel son of rev Yehuda Luria
Moshe Ze'ev Sapir
Yosef, son of rev Avraham Aharon Weiss
Baruch Zukerman (nee Chait)
Aryo son of rev Yitzhak Zimerman
Eliyau Gershon, son of Yisrael Eisar
|Jacob Shulman of Kurenets with his family in Pittston, Pennsylvania
Picture taken during a visit of his two surviving nieces who came from Israel
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