Photograph taken in Koszenica, Poland in the late 1920s. Among those pictured only Renee, her Aunt Tola and youngest uncle in second row survived the war. First row, left to right: Rose Borenstain-Fuchs (mother), Renee, Grandmother Borenstain, Yitzchak Fuchs (brother), Grandfather Borenstain, rest are cousins and Rose's sister (names not known). Second row, left to right: Moishe Chiel Fuchs (father), Tola Berenstain (maternal aunt), rest are cousins and uncles (names not known).
Photograph of Erika Blas' family taken in 1929 in Grevesmuehlen, Germany. Sitting: mother, Marie-Gertrude Botta,Erika (on lap). Standing, left to right: grandmother, Dorothea Stockfleth (nee Gedon),uncle, Otto Stockfleth,father, William Stockfleth.
Caption: "Waterfront drive at Rotterdam. A striking general view of the Dutch City. The Haringoleet (canal) and a large portion of the city from the top of a ten story building." (Photograph by Ewing Galloway)
Caption: "River front boulevards in Paris having two levels. The lower level used for river shipping reached by a ramp drive. This is the Quai DOrsay looking toward Alexander III Bridge." (Photograph by R.S. MacElwee)
Caption: "Waterfront drive at Nice, France, the Riviera resort. The broad boulevard is the Boulevard Etats Unis (United States). The Casino may be seen on the left in the background." (Photograph by Ewing Galloway)
Caption: "Waterfront drive at Botafogo, with Corcovado Peak and less lofty mountains in the background, makes the most beautiful waterfront scene in the world. It is a half circle, and one of many little harbors in Rio de Janeiro."(Photograph by Ewing Galloway).
Caption: "Waterfront drive at Cannes, France. Cannes, on French Riviera, has beautiful harbor--famous winter resort. Favorite with tennis fans because big matches are played there." (Photograph by Ewing Galloway)
Photograph taken in 1925 or 1926 in Koszenica, Poland. First row, left to right (seated): great uncle (grandmother's brother-Sokol), Grandmother Fuchs, Renee, Grandfather Fuchs, Moishe Chiel Fuchs (father). Second row, left to right (standing): Aaron Fuchs, Elieazer Fuchs, Charna Fuchs, unknown, unk., unk., Simcha Fuchs.
Black-and-white photograph of a Jewish man from North Africa. The caption on the back of the photograph reads: "There are many Orthodox Jews in North Africa, descendants of ancestors who have probably lived there since Emperor Hadrian banished the Jews from Rome."
Includes photos of Medway "before buying," family members spending time with newlywed Gertrude and Sidney at Medway including Katherine and Charlie Biddle, Jane Pansa, John and Laddie Sanford, Morris Legendre and wife Nancy Newbold, and Landine Legendre. Also includes photos of a quail shoot at Boone Hall Plantation, Charleston (S.C.).
Black-and-white portrait photograph of the wedding party of Sidney and Gertrude Legendre. Members of party, from to right: Hennen Legendre; Sarah Jane Sanford; Armant Legendre; Gertrude Legendre; Sidney Legendre; Morris Legendre; Stephen Sanford.
Black-and-white portrait proof of the wedding party of Sidney and Gertrude Legendre. Members of party, from to right: Hennen Legendre; Sarah Jane Sanford; Armant Legendre; Gertrude Legendre; Sidney Legendre; Morris Legendre; Stephen Sanford.