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Exterior view of the house belonging to the school mistress where Klara, Alfred and Ernst Moritz stayed after arriving in France.
#91146

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Eva (Hava) Weiss [in front of her house] in 1941. #82487

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Avraham Koviliak and two other men working on a farm. #82488

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Eva (Hava) Weiss in the late 1930s. #82489

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Thomas (Tomika, Hebrew name: Yishayahu) Koviliak in 1932. He perished at Auschwitz. #82490

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Thomas (Tomika, Hebrew name: Yeshayahu) Koviliak in 1935. He perished at Auschwitz. #82491

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Hanoch Heinrich Koviliak with his second wife. #82492

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Avraham Bernat Koviliak and his daughter Sara in 1947 in Lucenec. #82493

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Avraham Bernat Koviliak (center) working in the summertime with a threshing machine. #82494

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Eva (Hava) Weiss (left) and her cousin, Yolanda Schwaitz (right) ca. 1935. Eva s mother, Sara Berta Rotman made the dresses. #82495

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Berel Rotstein (friend of donor s mother Dina Mutterperl) stands by a tree in the Santa Cesarea displaced persons camp. #82497

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Survivors pose inside a barrack of the Buchenwald concentration camp shortly after liberation. #82498

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Margaret Seelfreund, the donor s sister. #82514

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Samuel Seelfreund, dressed in his World War I military uniform. #82515

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A studio portrait of Ilona Seelfreund. #82516

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Margert Seefreund and her daughter Suzanne. #82517

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A group photograph of Clara, Elizabeth, Maragaret, her daughter Suzanne, Violet, Anna, and Gisela Seefreund. #82518

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Group portrait of Jewish women holding their babies. #00752

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View of the Jewish cemetery in Salonika. #00755

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View of a swimming pool in Salonika built from desecrated Jewish tombstones. #00756

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View of a desecrated Jewish grave. #00783

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View of a sidewalk built from desecrated Jewish tombstones. #00787

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View of a swimming pool constructed from desecrated Jewish tombstones. #00788

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Greek survivors gather for a Hanukkah party after the war. #00813

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Greek survivors gather for a memorial service at the site of the desecrated Jewish cemetery in Salonika. #00816

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View of the Jewish cemetery in Salonika before the war. #00829

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Postwar view of a church in Salonika constructed in part from Jewish tombstones. #00832

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Portrait of Zisel Katz and her daughter sent to her cousins the Newmans in America. #02924

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Close-up portrait of Nachman Katz and his son sent to his cousins, the Newmans, in America. #02925

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Close-up portrait of Nachman and Zisel Katz sent to their cousins, the Newmans, in America. #02926

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Portrait of Nachman and Zisel Katz and their children sent to their cousins, the Newmans, in America. #02927

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Wedding of Hela and Szulim Bronner in the Weiden displaced persons camp. #75884

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