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New York City Bride and Groom - Order request #general

Nicolas Trokiner <trokiner@...>
 

Hello,

I find two relatives in the New York City Bride and Groom available at
http://stevemorse.org/vital/nymarriages.html There is an application form on
www.italiangen.org/ny_marriage_application.htm but I live in France and I'm not a
US citizen which might complicate things.

Could anyone order the records for me. Of course I'll pay for all the expenses?

Please answer privatly
Thank you very much

Nicolas Trokiner
Paris-France


Searching for Schochetman and Belinksy from Odessa #ukraine

epk13@...
 

Hello,

I write to ask for help getting past the brick wall I've encountered
in researching the family of Sophia Schochetman, who left Odessa
after the pogrom of October 1905, when her family lost everything.
Sophia became Sophie SPIWAK (marrying Abram, see earlier postings).
It is their story I'm retelling.

Sophie's Parents: David SCHOCHETMAN, schochet. Malke / Molly
nee BELINKSY of Odessa.

I have found their ship manifests. They departed Hamburg on
23 February and arrived in New York on 12th of March, 1906.

All their tickets were paid for by one of Molly's nephews,
Meyer BELINSKY, whose address is listed on the mainfest as:
Phila. PA L. 3 Str. 839.

I have not yet found Meyer BELINSKY's emigration records or
located him in census records. I do not know if other members
of Molly's family of origin also came over, (though I do know
that the impresario Billy ROSE was a cousin and the families
visited often.)

On the Hamburg ship manifest, David's estimated birth year is
1857; Molly's is 1860.
On their Ellis Island manifest, their births are estimated as
David, b. 1866, Molly b. 1865.

They came with six of their eight children:
Ida 22
Sara 17
Sophie 15
Dora 9
Esther 7
Morris 5

[Two sons, Sam and Louis, had come to the US earlier. One
lived on a farm in the Woodbine Colony in NJ. I have a 1907
postcard written in Yiddish addressed to "Mr. Schochetman"
at the farm, relaying a message >from "mother," and signed
"Yisrul," so I am assuming this correspondence was between
the two brothers who'd come earlier. I have not yet found
their emigration information, having to guess at their given
names. I know that Sam took the name SHIPMAN at some point,
and Louis took the name SCHACHT.]

In the 1910 census, David & Molly and five of their children
(Ida, Louis, Dora, Esther, and Morris) are living on East 10th
Street in Manhattan and have a boarder, Rebecca GORDON living
with them.

I cannot find: birth or marriage (Russia) or death (US)
records for David or Molly. I do not know their address in
Odessa; if they were originally >from Odessa; when they were
married; or who the members of their extended families were,
other than Meyer BELINSKY.

By about 1910 some of their children changed their names to
SCHACT, but when I search using that name, I do not find David
& Molly.

I would also like help understanding the class status of the
Schochetmans in Odessa. David Schochetman was, as his name
implies, a schochet. Molly had no profession. One daughter,
Sarah, worked in the Krakhmalnikov Candy Factory (a Jewish-owned
business). Ida was a seamstress. Sophia was apprenticed to a
master tailor. If you know of any sources I should read for
background, please recommend them.

Thank you!

Patricia Klindienst
Guilford, CT USA

Searching: SPIWAK /SPIVAK of Orhei, Bessarabia and Mendoza,
Argentina; SCHAPOSCHNIK / ZAPOSNEK of Orhei, Kishinev, Elisavetgrad,
or Mendoza, and their related names, SHAPIN, SHAPIRO of Mendoza,
Argentina, Chile, Canada, and the US. SCHOCHETMAN of Odessa
(who became SCHACHT in the US); MILSTEIN of Orhei & Kishinev.
WOLLMAN of Orhei and Kishinev; TSAREVKAN/CIRIFCAN/SARAFCONN of Orhei,
Teleneshti, Uruguay, becoming COHEN in the US. KALIK of Orhei;
BELINSKY of Odessa and Philadelphia.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen New York City Bride and Groom - Order request #general

Nicolas Trokiner <trokiner@...>
 

Hello,

I find two relatives in the New York City Bride and Groom available at
http://stevemorse.org/vital/nymarriages.html There is an application form on
www.italiangen.org/ny_marriage_application.htm but I live in France and I'm not a
US citizen which might complicate things.

Could anyone order the records for me. Of course I'll pay for all the expenses?

Please answer privatly
Thank you very much

Nicolas Trokiner
Paris-France


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Searching for Schochetman and Belinksy from Odessa #ukraine

epk13@...
 

Hello,

I write to ask for help getting past the brick wall I've encountered
in researching the family of Sophia Schochetman, who left Odessa
after the pogrom of October 1905, when her family lost everything.
Sophia became Sophie SPIWAK (marrying Abram, see earlier postings).
It is their story I'm retelling.

Sophie's Parents: David SCHOCHETMAN, schochet. Malke / Molly
nee BELINKSY of Odessa.

I have found their ship manifests. They departed Hamburg on
23 February and arrived in New York on 12th of March, 1906.

All their tickets were paid for by one of Molly's nephews,
Meyer BELINSKY, whose address is listed on the mainfest as:
Phila. PA L. 3 Str. 839.

I have not yet found Meyer BELINSKY's emigration records or
located him in census records. I do not know if other members
of Molly's family of origin also came over, (though I do know
that the impresario Billy ROSE was a cousin and the families
visited often.)

On the Hamburg ship manifest, David's estimated birth year is
1857; Molly's is 1860.
On their Ellis Island manifest, their births are estimated as
David, b. 1866, Molly b. 1865.

They came with six of their eight children:
Ida 22
Sara 17
Sophie 15
Dora 9
Esther 7
Morris 5

[Two sons, Sam and Louis, had come to the US earlier. One
lived on a farm in the Woodbine Colony in NJ. I have a 1907
postcard written in Yiddish addressed to "Mr. Schochetman"
at the farm, relaying a message >from "mother," and signed
"Yisrul," so I am assuming this correspondence was between
the two brothers who'd come earlier. I have not yet found
their emigration information, having to guess at their given
names. I know that Sam took the name SHIPMAN at some point,
and Louis took the name SCHACHT.]

In the 1910 census, David & Molly and five of their children
(Ida, Louis, Dora, Esther, and Morris) are living on East 10th
Street in Manhattan and have a boarder, Rebecca GORDON living
with them.

I cannot find: birth or marriage (Russia) or death (US)
records for David or Molly. I do not know their address in
Odessa; if they were originally >from Odessa; when they were
married; or who the members of their extended families were,
other than Meyer BELINSKY.

By about 1910 some of their children changed their names to
SCHACT, but when I search using that name, I do not find David
& Molly.

I would also like help understanding the class status of the
Schochetmans in Odessa. David Schochetman was, as his name
implies, a schochet. Molly had no profession. One daughter,
Sarah, worked in the Krakhmalnikov Candy Factory (a Jewish-owned
business). Ida was a seamstress. Sophia was apprenticed to a
master tailor. If you know of any sources I should read for
background, please recommend them.

Thank you!

Patricia Klindienst
Guilford, CT USA

Searching: SPIWAK /SPIVAK of Orhei, Bessarabia and Mendoza,
Argentina; SCHAPOSCHNIK / ZAPOSNEK of Orhei, Kishinev, Elisavetgrad,
or Mendoza, and their related names, SHAPIN, SHAPIRO of Mendoza,
Argentina, Chile, Canada, and the US. SCHOCHETMAN of Odessa
(who became SCHACHT in the US); MILSTEIN of Orhei & Kishinev.
WOLLMAN of Orhei and Kishinev; TSAREVKAN/CIRIFCAN/SARAFCONN of Orhei,
Teleneshti, Uruguay, becoming COHEN in the US. KALIK of Orhei;
BELINSKY of Odessa and Philadelphia.


"Silk Road Adventures: Among the Jews of the Caucasus and Central Asia" #general

Helene Kenvin <hekenvin@...>
 

My newest book, "Silk Road Adventures: Among the Jews of the Cacuasus and Central
Asia," has just been published. It details my work among Ashkenazim, Bukharian,
Georgian, and Mountain Jews in the Caucasus (Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan) and
Central Asian (Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan)
republics of the former Soviet Union.

The book has background information about these groups of Jews and how they ended
up in Central Asia and the Caucasus, as well as references to vital records in
these areas.

For more information, see www.rp-author.com/kenvin/ or www.amazon.com

Helene Kenvin

MODERATOR NOTE: This is a one-time commercial notice of a book of genealogical
interest


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen "Silk Road Adventures: Among the Jews of the Caucasus and Central Asia" #general

Helene Kenvin <hekenvin@...>
 

My newest book, "Silk Road Adventures: Among the Jews of the Cacuasus and Central
Asia," has just been published. It details my work among Ashkenazim, Bukharian,
Georgian, and Mountain Jews in the Caucasus (Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan) and
Central Asian (Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan)
republics of the former Soviet Union.

The book has background information about these groups of Jews and how they ended
up in Central Asia and the Caucasus, as well as references to vital records in
these areas.

For more information, see www.rp-author.com/kenvin/ or www.amazon.com

Helene Kenvin

MODERATOR NOTE: This is a one-time commercial notice of a book of genealogical
interest


Looking for ROBBINS from Durham, New Hampshire #general

Martha Lev-Zion <martha@...>
 

According to the obituary of his wife, my cousin Evelyn Grace nee GUTMANN, who died
in 2005, her husband Richard L. ROBBINS and two sons Jonathan and Michael ROBBINS
were then living in Durham, New Hampshire. I would like to make contact with them.
Does anyone on this list know them or have a way to find them?

Martha Lev-Zion
Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for ROBBINS from Durham, New Hampshire #general

Martha Lev-Zion <martha@...>
 

According to the obituary of his wife, my cousin Evelyn Grace nee GUTMANN, who died
in 2005, her husband Richard L. ROBBINS and two sons Jonathan and Michael ROBBINS
were then living in Durham, New Hampshire. I would like to make contact with them.
Does anyone on this list know them or have a way to find them?

Martha Lev-Zion
Israel


Re: Looking for living descendants of the family HOLLAENDER of Jelgava/Mitau and Riga, Latvia #courland #latvia

Richard <Richard.F.Bloom@...>
 

Hello Robert,

Thank you for your message about the Hollander family. I don't have much information, and I hope that your genealogy can add to mine.

My maternal grandfather's mother was a Hollander. Her name was Chaya (Ida) Hannah Hollander; I estimate her date of death to be roughly around 1891, probably in the town of Salakas, Lithuania. I do not know the names of her parents or any siblings. She married Zadek Schur (or Shur), and had about 11 children (all in Salakas, I believe) starting in around 1856. Their names, as far as I know and starting with the oldest, were: Michael, Pesha Leah, Koshiel, Abraham Dov, Sarah, Faivel, Moshe, Hannah, Chava (Eva), Rivka Rochel, and Yitzak (Isaac, the youngest and my grandfather). My grandfather (Isaac) and the children of about three others were the only ones to come to the Americas (U.S., Canada and Cuba).

That is all I know. Please let me know if you see any possible link to your family.

My best regards,

Richard Bloom
Lisbon, CT USA

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Dupuis [mailto:R.Dupuis@gmx.de]
Sent: Sunday, August 01, 2010 2:47 AM
To: Courland Area Research Group
Subject: [courland] Looking for living descendants of the family HOLLAENDER of Jelgava/Mitau and Riga, Latvia

Dear genners,

I am looking for living descendants of the family HOLLAENDER / HOLLANDER / HOLLENDER of Jelgava/Mitau and Riga, Latvia.
A great great-aunt of my maternal ancestor's Karoline (Kreine) bat Isaak KEILMANN (b. 1844 in Riga, Latvia, younger sister of my great-greatgrandfather the Councillor of State and knight PD/Dr. med. Philipp Isaak KEILMANN) was married to the merchant of the III. Guilt Alexander ben Nathan HOLLAENDER (b. 1842 in Mitau, Courland, d. ?) . He had several brothers and sisters (Cecilie, Emelie, Caroline, Joseph and Martin, their parent were: Nathan Nathus HOLLAENDER, b. 1808 in Mitau and his wife Scheine, b. 1810 in Mitau).
Alexander and Karoline HOLLAENDER had two children: Bertha (she was married twice. First marriage with Adolph PENN, who emigrated to the USA, second marriage with Haim Leib ZINNEMANN) and Hellen/Jelena married with Alexander Paul JAKOBSOHN.
All data about my relatives can be found in my Dupuis-Keilmann family tree on ancestry.de. The latvian databases on jewisghgen are also known to me.

I am looking for descendants of the Courlaender family HOLLAENDER, who had proberly old family papers and family photos and knows some thinks about the family history.


B'Shalom


Robert Dupuis, Berlin, Germany


Courland SIG #Courland #Latvia RE: Looking for living descendants of the family HOLLAENDER of Jelgava/Mitau and Riga, Latvia #courland #latvia

Richard <Richard.F.Bloom@...>
 

Hello Robert,

Thank you for your message about the Hollander family. I don't have much information, and I hope that your genealogy can add to mine.

My maternal grandfather's mother was a Hollander. Her name was Chaya (Ida) Hannah Hollander; I estimate her date of death to be roughly around 1891, probably in the town of Salakas, Lithuania. I do not know the names of her parents or any siblings. She married Zadek Schur (or Shur), and had about 11 children (all in Salakas, I believe) starting in around 1856. Their names, as far as I know and starting with the oldest, were: Michael, Pesha Leah, Koshiel, Abraham Dov, Sarah, Faivel, Moshe, Hannah, Chava (Eva), Rivka Rochel, and Yitzak (Isaac, the youngest and my grandfather). My grandfather (Isaac) and the children of about three others were the only ones to come to the Americas (U.S., Canada and Cuba).

That is all I know. Please let me know if you see any possible link to your family.

My best regards,

Richard Bloom
Lisbon, CT USA

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Dupuis [mailto:R.Dupuis@gmx.de]
Sent: Sunday, August 01, 2010 2:47 AM
To: Courland Area Research Group
Subject: [courland] Looking for living descendants of the family HOLLAENDER of Jelgava/Mitau and Riga, Latvia

Dear genners,

I am looking for living descendants of the family HOLLAENDER / HOLLANDER / HOLLENDER of Jelgava/Mitau and Riga, Latvia.
A great great-aunt of my maternal ancestor's Karoline (Kreine) bat Isaak KEILMANN (b. 1844 in Riga, Latvia, younger sister of my great-greatgrandfather the Councillor of State and knight PD/Dr. med. Philipp Isaak KEILMANN) was married to the merchant of the III. Guilt Alexander ben Nathan HOLLAENDER (b. 1842 in Mitau, Courland, d. ?) . He had several brothers and sisters (Cecilie, Emelie, Caroline, Joseph and Martin, their parent were: Nathan Nathus HOLLAENDER, b. 1808 in Mitau and his wife Scheine, b. 1810 in Mitau).
Alexander and Karoline HOLLAENDER had two children: Bertha (she was married twice. First marriage with Adolph PENN, who emigrated to the USA, second marriage with Haim Leib ZINNEMANN) and Hellen/Jelena married with Alexander Paul JAKOBSOHN.
All data about my relatives can be found in my Dupuis-Keilmann family tree on ancestry.de. The latvian databases on jewisghgen are also known to me.

I am looking for descendants of the Courlaender family HOLLAENDER, who had proberly old family papers and family photos and knows some thinks about the family history.


B'Shalom


Robert Dupuis, Berlin, Germany


charles univ thesis #austria-czech

marjacobs1@...
 

Just a thought: write to the university.  See their web site at www.cuni.cz ;
you can get the English language version by clicking on the Union Jack in the
upper left corner, and there are forms for sending e-mails on various of their
pages.
Hope this helps.

Martin Jacobs
Brooklyn, NY
looking for JAKOBUVITS and FRIED in Sobrance and Ubrez, Slovakia, PERKAL and
KAPLAN in Goworowo, Poland


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech charles univ thesis #austria-czech

marjacobs1@...
 

Just a thought: write to the university.  See their web site at www.cuni.cz ;
you can get the English language version by clicking on the Union Jack in the
upper left corner, and there are forms for sending e-mails on various of their
pages.
Hope this helps.

Martin Jacobs
Brooklyn, NY
looking for JAKOBUVITS and FRIED in Sobrance and Ubrez, Slovakia, PERKAL and
KAPLAN in Goworowo, Poland


Name Change during WW2 #unitedkingdom

rwfgjf@...
 

Dear Friends -

When my late uncle, a young refugee >from Vienna in 1938, was
released >from internment on the Isle of Man and joined the
British army, he was, by his own account, 'advised' to change his
surname - which he did. He also anglicised his given names.

I have read recently however that those joining the forces were
'required' to adopt an English-sounding surname.

Which is correct?

Robert Fraser
Western Australia
Researching:
NOWAK - Moravia/Austria; EISINGER - Moravia and the World
FINKELSTEIN - Galicia; NAGEL - Moravia/Austria
KRAUTERBLUTH - ? Galicia; WORTMAN(N) - Skalica SK


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Name Change during WW2 #unitedkingdom

rwfgjf@...
 

Dear Friends -

When my late uncle, a young refugee >from Vienna in 1938, was
released >from internment on the Isle of Man and joined the
British army, he was, by his own account, 'advised' to change his
surname - which he did. He also anglicised his given names.

I have read recently however that those joining the forces were
'required' to adopt an English-sounding surname.

Which is correct?

Robert Fraser
Western Australia
Researching:
NOWAK - Moravia/Austria; EISINGER - Moravia and the World
FINKELSTEIN - Galicia; NAGEL - Moravia/Austria
KRAUTERBLUTH - ? Galicia; WORTMAN(N) - Skalica SK


JGS Sacramento Meeting August 8, 10 a.m #general

RobertW252@...
 

Jewish Genealogical Society of Sacramento
Topic: The Jewish Emigrants of the Red Star Line
Speaker: Erwin Joos
Where: Albert Einstein Residence Center, 1935 Wright St., Sacramento, CA
When: Sunday, August 8, 10 a.m

The August speaker will be Erwin Joos of Antwerp, Belgium. He will focus on the
Red Star shipping line that transported 2.7 million Eastern European emigrants up
until 1935. Many would arrive in Antwerp after traveling for weeks. But as one
writer described it, being in Antwerp was like having one foot in America already.
The journey to New York would take seven to 14 days, and for steerage passengers,
rarely a pleasant trip. But after experiencing pogroms, poverty and unemployment,
for many it was not a difficult decision.

According to Mr. Joos, Antwerp, with its concentration today of Hasidic Jews, is
sometimes regarded as the last shtetl of modern Europe. Mr. Joos is the full-time
curator of the Eugeen Van Mieghem Museum in Antwerp. He lectures widely and has
organized 15 major exhibitions in Belgium.

The August 8 meeting will be held at 10 a.m. at the Albert Einstein Residence
Center, 1935 Wright St., Sacramento. All are welcome to attend.

For more information about the Jewish Genealogical Society of Sacramento, visit
www.jgss.org, e-mail the JGSS at jgs_sacramento@yahoo.com or leave a message at
916-486-0906 ext. 361.

Bob Wascou


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS Sacramento Meeting August 8, 10 a.m #general

RobertW252@...
 

Jewish Genealogical Society of Sacramento
Topic: The Jewish Emigrants of the Red Star Line
Speaker: Erwin Joos
Where: Albert Einstein Residence Center, 1935 Wright St., Sacramento, CA
When: Sunday, August 8, 10 a.m

The August speaker will be Erwin Joos of Antwerp, Belgium. He will focus on the
Red Star shipping line that transported 2.7 million Eastern European emigrants up
until 1935. Many would arrive in Antwerp after traveling for weeks. But as one
writer described it, being in Antwerp was like having one foot in America already.
The journey to New York would take seven to 14 days, and for steerage passengers,
rarely a pleasant trip. But after experiencing pogroms, poverty and unemployment,
for many it was not a difficult decision.

According to Mr. Joos, Antwerp, with its concentration today of Hasidic Jews, is
sometimes regarded as the last shtetl of modern Europe. Mr. Joos is the full-time
curator of the Eugeen Van Mieghem Museum in Antwerp. He lectures widely and has
organized 15 major exhibitions in Belgium.

The August 8 meeting will be held at 10 a.m. at the Albert Einstein Residence
Center, 1935 Wright St., Sacramento. All are welcome to attend.

For more information about the Jewish Genealogical Society of Sacramento, visit
www.jgss.org, e-mail the JGSS at jgs_sacramento@yahoo.com or leave a message at
916-486-0906 ext. 361.

Bob Wascou


Six more interesting films by Tomek Wisniewski #poland

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

You can now view six new short films created >from old photographs and film
clips, both past and present, by Bialystok, Poland native Tomek Wisniewski.

The film titles include:
--Bialystok Cemetery: Painted Gravestone (Bialystok)
--The Fourth Petition of Poland: Bialystok Brest 1939 (Bialystok)
--Lodz Litzmanstadt 1939 (Lodz)
--Szczuczyn Kolno Wizna Lomza 1939 (Lomza)
--The Old Jewish Cemetery on Okopowa Street 1942 (Warsaw)
--Snapshots of Jewish Warsaw 1939-1942 (Warsaw)

You can find links to these six films of Tomek's (along with links to
fifty-one of his other films) at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/tomek/films.htm The films and links on this
page are listed according to the name of the town/city associated with the
particular film.

Regards,
Steven Lasky
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com
blog: http://museumoffamilyhistory.blogspot.com
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com


JRI Poland #Poland Six more interesting films by Tomek Wisniewski #poland

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

You can now view six new short films created >from old photographs and film
clips, both past and present, by Bialystok, Poland native Tomek Wisniewski.

The film titles include:
--Bialystok Cemetery: Painted Gravestone (Bialystok)
--The Fourth Petition of Poland: Bialystok Brest 1939 (Bialystok)
--Lodz Litzmanstadt 1939 (Lodz)
--Szczuczyn Kolno Wizna Lomza 1939 (Lomza)
--The Old Jewish Cemetery on Okopowa Street 1942 (Warsaw)
--Snapshots of Jewish Warsaw 1939-1942 (Warsaw)

You can find links to these six films of Tomek's (along with links to
fifty-one of his other films) at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/tomek/films.htm The films and links on this
page are listed according to the name of the town/city associated with the
particular film.

Regards,
Steven Lasky
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com
blog: http://museumoffamilyhistory.blogspot.com
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com


Six more interesting films by Tomek Wisniewski #lodz #poland

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

You can now view six new short films created >from old photographs and film
clips, both past and present, by Bialystok, Poland native Tomek Wisniewski.

The film titles include:
--Bialystok Cemetery: Painted Gravestone (Bialystok)
--The Fourth Petition of Poland: Bialystok Brest 1939 (Bialystok)
--Lodz Litzmanstadt 1939 (Lodz)
--Szczuczyn Kolno Wizna Lomza 1939 (Lomza)
--The Old Jewish Cemetery on Okopowa Street 1942 (Warsaw)
--Snapshots of Jewish Warsaw 1939-1942 (Warsaw)

You can find links to these six films of Tomek's (along with links to
fifty-one of his other films) at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/tomek/films.htm The films and links on this
page are listed according to the name of the town/city associated with the
particular film.

Regards,
Steven Lasky
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com
blog: http://museumoffamilyhistory.blogspot.com
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Six more interesting films by Tomek Wisniewski #lodz #poland

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

You can now view six new short films created >from old photographs and film
clips, both past and present, by Bialystok, Poland native Tomek Wisniewski.

The film titles include:
--Bialystok Cemetery: Painted Gravestone (Bialystok)
--The Fourth Petition of Poland: Bialystok Brest 1939 (Bialystok)
--Lodz Litzmanstadt 1939 (Lodz)
--Szczuczyn Kolno Wizna Lomza 1939 (Lomza)
--The Old Jewish Cemetery on Okopowa Street 1942 (Warsaw)
--Snapshots of Jewish Warsaw 1939-1942 (Warsaw)

You can find links to these six films of Tomek's (along with links to
fifty-one of his other films) at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/tomek/films.htm The films and links on this
page are listed according to the name of the town/city associated with the
particular film.

Regards,
Steven Lasky
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com
blog: http://museumoffamilyhistory.blogspot.com
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com