Black-and-white offset print reproduction of the interior of the Central Synagogue on Great Portland Street in London, on the occasion of its consecration. Published in the May 14, 1870, edition of Harper's Weekly.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction with portraits of Jewish individuals prominent in London during the late 19th century. Includes the following: Rev. Professor David Woolf Marks, Baron Henry de Worms, Dr. Henry Behrend, Sir Phillip Magnus, Samuel Montagu, Joseph Sebag Montefiore, Sir Albert Sassoon, Benjamin Louis Cohen, Dr. Michael Friedländer, Sir John Simon, Frederick David Mocatta, Rev. Dr. Hermann Adler, Rev. Dr. Moses Gaster, Sir Julian Goldsmid, and Rev. Dr. Nathan Marcus Adler.
Hand-colored engraving of financiers gathered at the Royal Exchange in London. Several Jewish figures are present in the scene, including Sir Moses Montefiore in conversation with Nathan Mayer Rothschild. Drawn and engraved by Isaac Robert Cruikshank and George Cruikshank, published London: Sherwood, Neely & Jones. From Life in London or, the Day and Night Scenes of Jerry Hawthorn, esq., and his elegant friend, Corinthian Tom, accompanied by Bob Logic, the Oxonian, in their rambles and sprees through the Metropolis by Pierce Egan.
This circa 1913 photograph was taken in London, England, and shows Francine's family on her father's side. First row, left to right: Aunt Pearl (Paula) Laufer (Lefer); Joseph Laufer (Lefer) (Francine's cousin); Alice Ajzensztark (Francine's aunt); Anna Ajzensztark (Francine's cousin). Back row, left to right: Henri Ajzensztark (Francine's cousin); David Ajzensztark (Francine's cousin); Mortre Mendel Ajzensztark (Francine's father); Max Ajzensztark (Francine's uncle).
Photograph of colleagues welcoming Layden back after officer candidate school. Layden would command the same squadron he served with as an enlisted man in the 67th Observation Group. Page also notes a week long furlough taken by Layden in London and includes a flyer from the Holy Trinity Gazette in Louisville mentioning Layden's promotion to 2nd Lieutenant.
Result found on the following page of: William Martin Aiken Sketchbook, 1888-1889