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268 Nathan Itskovitsh's family (1930) 284
271 Arye Leyb Rogol at the time of his illness 287
272 Dov Zandman, one of the first pioneers in Israel from Divenishok. He went to Israel in 1926 and fell on Mount Scopus in the War of Liberation in 1948 288
279 Tsvi and Mikla Krizofski with their sons and daughters (1933) 295
280 Some members of Vilbig, with Hershl Krizovski (ed. note: Krizovski: top row, far right; Bilke Kherson: middle row, first from left; Yankel Beniakonski: middle row, third from left) 296
284 The family of Mordechai and Khasya (Khasita) Kaplan, in Divenishok in 1928, all killed by the German murderers, except for five year old Yosef, seated at the bottom in the center, who was able to emigrate to Erets-Yisrael with his parents Mordechai and Khasya 300
285 The family of Leyb Dubin, who lived on Market Street, 1924 301
286 Moshe Mintz, Blyakher and S. Rosenblum, in Israel (1929) 302
290 Esther Ingel z”l on the steps of her house 306
291 Ita Blyakher z”l 307
293 The gravestone of Moshe Aaron Katz in the Divenishok cemetery, 1931 309
293 Hershl Rogol, Arye Leyb's son, killed by the German murderers 309
294 Syoma Gordon, his sister Rivke, and their grandfather, Berel Katz (z”l), murdered by the Germans 310
297 Bilke Ashman, of the Itskovitsh family, and Kushe Levine, daughter of Pesakh and Khayne (z”l) 313
298 The Gavya River 314
299 The Blyakher family in Petach-Tikva 1949. In the center: Ita Blyakher z”l 315
302 Eliezer Itskovitsh z”l and Lolik Sutskever yb”l 318
303 The leadership of the HaShomer Hatsair “nest” (1933): Shraga Blyakher (in Israel), Nekhemke Katsev, Esther Rokhel Shkolnik, Uminke Mintz, who were killed in the Holocaust 319
304 The group Kfiros [tr. note: young lionesses] of the HaShomer HaTsair “nest” with their leader Minke Mints (z”l) at their farewell to Khaye Blyakher on the occasion of her emigrating to Erets Yisrael (1934) 320
307 The family of Moshe Bernstein (1930) 323
309 Abraham Kartshmer 325
310 Khonen Eyshisky, officer in the Polish Army, 1939 326
315 Our fellow townsman, Rabbi Harry (Chayim) Yehudah Horvits z”l [trans. note: of blessed memory], photographed with President Harry Truman in the US (1945) 331
317 Reyzl Bartnovski, on the front steps of her house on Vilna Street 333
318 The pharmacy of Arye Leyb Rogol 334
319 Herman Fuchs z”l [trans. note: of blessed memory], his wife Shulamis, and her brother Hersh Rogol z”l, in their pharmacy on Market Street, 1937 335
320 Memorial stone of Herman and Lilly Fuchs, murdered by the Germans, in the Ben Shemen Woods of Keren Kayemes 336
322 Khaykl Itskovitsh 338
325 Zalmen-Leib Lib and his wife, killed in the Holocaust 341

Note: The original book can be seen online at the NY Public Library site: Divenishok


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