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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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Studio portrait of the extended Ziegelman. #48890

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Portrait of Sonia nee Ziegelman, her husband Pinya and two children. #48894

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U.S. Attorney General Richard Thornburg and Alexander Sukharev, Procurator of the U.S.S.R. sign a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in the pursuit of Nazi war criminals. #24371

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Zvia Korenzyer (left) poses with her aunt Rivka Nojgeboren and her cousin Aryeh Farbiash in Bukhara, Uzbekistan. #92060

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Zvia Korenzyer (fourth from right) and her classmates pose in Bukhara, Uzbekistan. #92061

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Members of the organizing committee of the Jewish National Fund (Keren Kayemet) in Mir. #95585

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Studio portrait of the female members of the Zionist youth movement Hashomer Hatzair in Mir. #95591

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The three Allied powers sit around a conference table in negotiation during the Yalta conference. #49990

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A partisan is hanged somewhere in the Soviet Union. #99247

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Group portrait of members of the Betar Zionist movement in prewar Uhnow. #51773

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Portrait of donor's aunt, Fanya Gulman, who was killed at Babi Yar. #54780

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Color slide of a man hanging by the side of a road [probably in the Soviet Union]. #85285

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Group portrait of the Galicki family prior to their leaving the Soviet Union for Poland. #70292

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Workers at the Sparta shoe factory pose with their sewing machines. #62170

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Studio portrait of Rywka and Benjamin Markowicz. #62171

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Polish Jewish refugees in Bukhara pose for a group photograph while on an outing. #62172

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Studio portrait of Benjamin Markowicz holding a red flag in celebration of May Day (worker's day). #62173

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Polish Jewish refugees in Bukhara pose for a group photograph while on an outing. #62183

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The donor's parents, other Jewish refugees and Uzbeki friends celebrate a wedding in Bukhara in the 1940's. #62184

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Group photograph iof Jewish refugees in Bukhara, some holding Yiddish newspapers. #62186

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Uzbeki and Polish Jews celebrate a wedding. #62193

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A group of Polish Jewish refugees and local friends enjoys a cup of tea at Chai Hana. #62195

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The Markowicz family, Lonya Amster and Israel Greenbaum visit the Ismail Samani Mausoleum in Bukhara. #62199

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A portrait of Henek Appel taken in the Soviet Union and sent to his brother Zelig after the war. #63053

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A group of people stand in a field next to a large pit. The original caption reads [On this territory, German Fascist beasts tortured, murdered, and buried alive 5200 Jewish families in the city of Starokonstantinov in 1942.]. #19852

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Asher Fetherhar (later Zidon) poses with members of the Hechalutz Mizrachi hachshara in Janow Podlaski. #81747

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Photograph is used on page 297 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews" under the context of Bolsheviks and their acceptance of Jews. #81409

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Photograph is used on page 297 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews" under the context of Bolsheviks and their acceptance of Jews. #81410

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A photo of Jews, taken on Holy Day. Photograph is used on page 330 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews.". #81416

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A photo of a Jew taken on Rosh Hashonna. Photograph is used on page 332 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews" under the context of generations of observant Jews. #81417

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Photograph is used on page 341 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews" under the context of assimilation and Jews practicing freely in the Soviet Union. #81418

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A photo of assimilated Jews. Photograph is used on page 345 of Robert Gessner's "Some of My Best Friends are Jews" under the context of assimilation. #81419

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