Engel family photograph taken in a garden in Zakroczym, Poland in 1938 shortly before his aunt and cousin, Ruth and Fay Kadish, left for the states. Of the family members shown in the photograph only Joe, Ben Engel (brother), Irene Engel (sister) and Ruth and Fay Kadish would survive the war. Photograph also appeared in a Post and Courier (Charleston, SC) article dated April 23, 1998. 1st row, left to right: Joe Engel,__Bernstein (nephew, son of Rosa Bernstein),__Bernstein (nephew, Rosa's son),Peseach Engel (brother),Fay Kadish (cousin),__Engel (nephew, son of Raffi),Esther Engel (mother, nee Zylberstin),Chava Engel (sister-in-law, wife of Raffi). 2nd row, left to right: Hinda Engel (sister),Abraham Bernstein (brother-in-law, husband of Rosa),Rosa Bernstein (sister),__Engel (nephew, baby boy of Raffi's),Moishe Engel (father),Ben Engel (brother),Ruth Kadish (aunt),Raffi Engel (brother),Irene Engel (sister).
Photograph of 11-year old Joe Engel (left) with his 9-year old brother Peseach (Psach) taken in Zakroczym, Poland in 1938. Peseach would not survive the war. Photograph also appeared in a Post and Courier (Charleston, SC) article dated April 23, 1998.
This 1938 photograph was taken at Dientje Krant's grandparents' home in Hilversum. Pictured, left to right: Fennie Hamel-DeVries, Dientje's maternal grandmother; Dientje Krant; Abraham Hamel, Dientje's uncle.
High Holiday seating ticket for the Templul Coral (Choral Temple) in Bucharest, including a black-and-white illustration of the synagogue's exterior. The synagogue is a replica of the Leopoldstädter Tempel in Vienna.
Result found on the following page of: 'Persia' Photograph Album, 1938