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A Look at the City (cont.)


A group of Ostrolenkans on the iron bridge over the Narew River


1915-6: A house on the corner of the Old Market, in the direction
of Synagogue Street (now Kilinskaga), which was destroyed
during World War I, along with most of the city's houses


1934: This house was rebuilt between the two World Wars.
Near the house stand the Frydman and Lachower Families,
among them the writer, Dwora Lachower, of blessed memory
(second from the right, died in Israel)

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Water supplier, the son of
Chaim Szrejter (see: Ostrolenka Style)
Old street paver in Ostrolenka
(original from Alter Kacyzna)
“Nierazgavarievy” kappel [skull cap]
(see: Ostrolenka Style),
drawing by Y. Chmiel


After the big study hall (original from Alter Kacyzna)


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