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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.
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Postwar street scene in Warsaw where wreaths hang by the site of the murder of Polish citizens. #81752

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A Polish woman walks down a war-damaged the sidewalk while another looks at a store display in postwar Warsaw. #81754

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Exhumed corpses are loaded in crates onto a truck. #81755

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Polish men and women crowd into an outdoor market in postwar Warsaw. #81757

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Polish men and women crowd into an outdoor market in postwar Warsaw. #81758

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Two Polish women pay respects at a shrine where many Poles were shot. #81759

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View of a mass grave for Poles killed by Germans in Warsaw. #81760

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Polish women ride on an open cart through a street of Warsaw. #81761

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Polish men exhume corpses in a field in Warsaw. #81763

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Polish men exhume corpses in a field in Warsaw. #81765

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Grave of a Polish patriot was was shot and buried next to the American Embassy. #81767

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A young boy sells cigarettes in front of the Hotel Polonia in Warsaw. #81776

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Poles wait in line to apply for American visas. #81787

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A photo of six young boys sitting and standing aroung a table. Feivel Frankfowicz is on the far left and his friend Lubici Weinstein is in the middle. #81187

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A photo of an all men's orchestra. Feivel Frankfowicz is pictured in the middle row, third person from the right. #81188

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A photo of a group of people sitting outside by a wooded area. Two women are sitting in a chair and the others are sitting on a blanket. Feivel Frankfowicz is pictured in the back row on the far right. His sister in law, Sara Frankow, is seated in front of him. #81189

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A photo of two women and one man standing on the staircase of a building. From L to R: Ethel Frankfowicz, her brother Feivel Frankfowicz, and his future wife Ethel Rytt. #81190

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A photo of a group of men posing either in a push up position or kneeling and flexing their arm muscles. They are all in white shirts and black pants, with the exception of one man who is standing in the back wearing all black. Feivel Frankfowicz is pictured on the far right. #81191

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A photo of five young male students posing on a ladder outside of a building that looks like a barn or shed. Feivel Frankfowicz is pictured on the bottom of the ladder holding a guitar. #81194

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A studio portrait of a young woman wearing a sweater with a ring on her middle finger on her left hand. The woman pictured is Ethel Rytt Frankfowicz when she was eighteen. #81195

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A photo of a man and woman walking down a sidewalk. The couple pictured is Ethel Rytt and Feivel Frankfowicz. This was taken before Feivel left for Argentina and before they were married. #81196

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Asher Fetherhar (later Zidon) poses with members of the Hechalutz Mizrachi hachshara in Sokolow Podlaski. #81733

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Photograph is used on page 108 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews" under the context of faithful Jews in Nalewki, the ghetto of Warsaw. #81205

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Photograph is used on page 116 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews" under the context of business conducted in the Warsaw Ghetto. #81206

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Photograph is used on page 117 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews" under the context of Jews not helping their fellow Jews, speciafically beggars, in Nalewki, the Warsaw Ghetto. #81207

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Photograph is used on page 119 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews" under the context of Hassidim, zaddikim, Rabbis, and miracels. #81208

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Photograph is used on page 125 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews" under the context of beggars in the ghetto. #81209

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Photograph is used on page 135 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews" under the context of pious Jews. #81210

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A photo of a Rabbi standing on a street in the Krakow Ghetto, looking over children who are in the street. He is described as a "fanatical" Rabbi and as the "Terrible Turk" by Robert Gessner. He is the caretaker of the yeshiva. Photograph is used on page 137 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews.". #81211

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Photograph is used on page 139 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews" under the context of young men becoming Rabbis. #81212

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Photograph is used on page 146 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews" under the context of Jews leaving Poland and considering Palestine as the answer to their problems. #81213

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Photograph is used on page 146 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews" under the context of Czarist laws of Poles which oppressed Jews. #81214

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