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Searching for information on Galician towns #poland

MrsD203@...
 

I am looking for any information on the following Galician towns:
Strzeliska Nowe, Sstrzeliska Stare, Wojciechowice, Tuchne, and Swirz.

I would appreciate anyone with information such as past or present
photographs, current and past road maps, information about the existing
Jewish cemetery (ies), and any general historical information about
the Jewish populations of these towns >from as early as possible until
1928 to contact me. If a research group on the above towns is in need
of a helping hand, please advise.

Thank you for your time and any help you would be able to extend.

Blanche Deutsch
MrsD203@aol.com

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JRI Poland #Poland Searching for information on Galician towns #poland

MrsD203@...
 

I am looking for any information on the following Galician towns:
Strzeliska Nowe, Sstrzeliska Stare, Wojciechowice, Tuchne, and Swirz.

I would appreciate anyone with information such as past or present
photographs, current and past road maps, information about the existing
Jewish cemetery (ies), and any general historical information about
the Jewish populations of these towns >from as early as possible until
1928 to contact me. If a research group on the above towns is in need
of a helping hand, please advise.

Thank you for your time and any help you would be able to extend.

Blanche Deutsch
MrsD203@aol.com

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Budola #poland

Sondra S. Ettlinger <settlinger@...>
 

Budola is listed on my Grandmother's immigration record as her birthplace.
A search on Jewish Gen brought up the District of Podolia as a possible
match. The family was >from Homel (Gomel) and as far as I can tell, Podolia
is too far >from Homel to fit inasmuch as families did not seem to travel
widely and can usually be found together within a small geographical area.
A google search on Budola brought up other immigration records with this
place. Does anyone have any idea where Budola might be in Russia?

Sondra S. Ettlinger


JRI Poland #Poland Budola #poland

Sondra S. Ettlinger <settlinger@...>
 

Budola is listed on my Grandmother's immigration record as her birthplace.
A search on Jewish Gen brought up the District of Podolia as a possible
match. The family was >from Homel (Gomel) and as far as I can tell, Podolia
is too far >from Homel to fit inasmuch as families did not seem to travel
widely and can usually be found together within a small geographical area.
A google search on Budola brought up other immigration records with this
place. Does anyone have any idea where Budola might be in Russia?

Sondra S. Ettlinger


Jewish Institutions - Kovno Ghetto #lithuania

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

Following my prior post about Jewish orphanages, and the one in Kaunas in
particular, several people wrote and asked about the location, etc. A
reference to Jewish institutions as of July 10, 1941 is found in the
document: "Memorandum submitted to the Lithuanian municipality of Kovno
by the Jewish committee in Kovno, concerning the suburb of Slobodka-the
planned area for the Ghetto."

The document is mentioned in the book "Surviving the Holocaust" by
Avraham Tory, Martine Gilbert, Dina Porat and Jerzy Michalowicz,
Pages 15-16.

Here is the list:

Jewish Hospital, 3 Jakstu Street
Jewish Orphanage, 15 Fire Brigade Street
Jewish Home for the Aged, 15 Puskos Street
Well-known restaurant, 10 Mapu Street
Jewish Community Centers, 14 Rotuse Square and 12 Luksio Street
Mikvah, 3 Luksio Street
Hebrew Gymnasium, 25 Nieman Embankment
Talmud Torah School, 17 Ugnagesiu Street
Jewish Clinic, 7 Pilies Street
ORT School, 86 Jonavos Street
OZE Jewish Health Organization, 1 Misku Street
Jewish Central Bank for the Support of Cooperatives, 76 Laisves Boulevard

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Jewish Institutions - Kovno Ghetto #lithuania

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

Following my prior post about Jewish orphanages, and the one in Kaunas in
particular, several people wrote and asked about the location, etc. A
reference to Jewish institutions as of July 10, 1941 is found in the
document: "Memorandum submitted to the Lithuanian municipality of Kovno
by the Jewish committee in Kovno, concerning the suburb of Slobodka-the
planned area for the Ghetto."

The document is mentioned in the book "Surviving the Holocaust" by
Avraham Tory, Martine Gilbert, Dina Porat and Jerzy Michalowicz,
Pages 15-16.

Here is the list:

Jewish Hospital, 3 Jakstu Street
Jewish Orphanage, 15 Fire Brigade Street
Jewish Home for the Aged, 15 Puskos Street
Well-known restaurant, 10 Mapu Street
Jewish Community Centers, 14 Rotuse Square and 12 Luksio Street
Mikvah, 3 Luksio Street
Hebrew Gymnasium, 25 Nieman Embankment
Talmud Torah School, 17 Ugnagesiu Street
Jewish Clinic, 7 Pilies Street
ORT School, 86 Jonavos Street
OZE Jewish Health Organization, 1 Misku Street
Jewish Central Bank for the Support of Cooperatives, 76 Laisves Boulevard

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


IAJGS Philly2009 Conference Update #ciechanow #poland

David Mink
 

We are pleased to let you know about 3 new items of interest regarding
the 29th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
(Philadelphia Aug 2 - 7, 2009).

In addition to the 9 Breakfasts with Experts, the 9 SIG lunches, the
15 Computer Training Workshops being offered, the Welcome Dinner and
the Banquet, we have recently added 2 Special Hands-On Workshops in
our list of optional fee based programs.

---Preserving Documents and Photographs Workshop with Laura Hortz
Stanton, Director of Preservation Services, Conservation Center for
Art and Historic Artifacts and Kim Andrews,Preservation Services
Officer, Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts. This
workshop will take place on Friday, August 7, >from 8:15 AM to 10:15 AM
and costs $10.

---Tasting World Jewish Cuisines: Turkish, Syrian, and
Ashkenazi-Italkeni Recipes with Sheilah Kaufman and Aliza Green, two
accomplished cookbook authors. This workshop will take place on
Friday, August 7, >from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM and costs $20.

If you have already registered for the conference, you can easily add
one or both of these exciting workshops by going to www.Philly2009.org
and clicking on Registration Update. You will need the Login and
Password that you received when you registered. Select the "Optional
Programs" to add any of the fee based options being offered.

If you have not already registered, please do so now and include those
optional programs you want to attend. Registration is very simple.
Just go to www.Philly2009.org and click on the Registration button.

Participation in the Computer Training Workshops and the Special
Hands-On Workshops is limited. So, don't wait until it is too late to
get a space.

We also want to bring to your attention a new registration option
recently added: individuals under the age of 21 may register for the
entire conference for just $50. We hope you will encourage those you
know who are under 21 to register and join us. This is a great
opportunity to give your children, grandchildren or other young
relatives a taste of the exciting adventures facing genealogists.

Finally, don't forget to join the conference discussion group. Right
now there is lots of activity helping attendees learn how and where to
find family information in Philadelphia. Be a part of this great
group: ask questions, get answers, and share information. To join, go
to www.Philly2009.org and click on the Conference Discussion Group.
Follow the instructions there. There is also a group talking about
the conference at
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/group.php?gid=37629252567&ref=nf.

We look forward to seeing everyone in Philadelphia!

Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs


#Ciechanow #Poland IAJGS Philly2009 Conference Update #ciechanow #poland

David Mink
 

We are pleased to let you know about 3 new items of interest regarding
the 29th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
(Philadelphia Aug 2 - 7, 2009).

In addition to the 9 Breakfasts with Experts, the 9 SIG lunches, the
15 Computer Training Workshops being offered, the Welcome Dinner and
the Banquet, we have recently added 2 Special Hands-On Workshops in
our list of optional fee based programs.

---Preserving Documents and Photographs Workshop with Laura Hortz
Stanton, Director of Preservation Services, Conservation Center for
Art and Historic Artifacts and Kim Andrews,Preservation Services
Officer, Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts. This
workshop will take place on Friday, August 7, >from 8:15 AM to 10:15 AM
and costs $10.

---Tasting World Jewish Cuisines: Turkish, Syrian, and
Ashkenazi-Italkeni Recipes with Sheilah Kaufman and Aliza Green, two
accomplished cookbook authors. This workshop will take place on
Friday, August 7, >from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM and costs $20.

If you have already registered for the conference, you can easily add
one or both of these exciting workshops by going to www.Philly2009.org
and clicking on Registration Update. You will need the Login and
Password that you received when you registered. Select the "Optional
Programs" to add any of the fee based options being offered.

If you have not already registered, please do so now and include those
optional programs you want to attend. Registration is very simple.
Just go to www.Philly2009.org and click on the Registration button.

Participation in the Computer Training Workshops and the Special
Hands-On Workshops is limited. So, don't wait until it is too late to
get a space.

We also want to bring to your attention a new registration option
recently added: individuals under the age of 21 may register for the
entire conference for just $50. We hope you will encourage those you
know who are under 21 to register and join us. This is a great
opportunity to give your children, grandchildren or other young
relatives a taste of the exciting adventures facing genealogists.

Finally, don't forget to join the conference discussion group. Right
now there is lots of activity helping attendees learn how and where to
find family information in Philadelphia. Be a part of this great
group: ask questions, get answers, and share information. To join, go
to www.Philly2009.org and click on the Conference Discussion Group.
Follow the instructions there. There is also a group talking about
the conference at
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/group.php?gid=37629252567&ref=nf.

We look forward to seeing everyone in Philadelphia!

Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs


Philly2009: Tours and Film Festival #ciechanow #poland

David Mink
 

We are very pleased to tell you that the tours being offered during
the conference and the films being shown for the Film Festival are now
at the conference web site: www.Philly2009.org

(1) Tours. You may now register for the wonderful tours being offered.

If you have already registered, go to Registration Update (you will
need your Log-in and password received with your registration
confirmation). Click on "optional programs" and select the tour or
tours you want to take.

If you have not registered yet, please do so now so you can sign up
for the tours, as well as all the other fee based options that are
available.

There are 3 walking tours, 4 bus tours, and 2 cemetery visits for
research available. You can find information about these specific
trips by going to the Program and searching in the "Session Topic" box
for Sightseeing Tours or Cemetery Visits. Or, you can click on the
left hand button on the home page for "Travel and Tours." Please
carefully read our advice for those taking tours and/or going on the
cemetery visits for research.

The deadline for purchasing tickets for trips is Sunday, July 19, 2009
at 11:59 pm US central time. Should you purchase a ticket and then
wish to cancel your reservation, you must do so before Sunday, July
19, 2009 at 11:59 pm US central time for a full refund. Cancellations
after that date will not receive a refund.

However, we urge you to make your reservation before June 30 because
we must inform the bus company in early July as to the number of
registrants. Low ticket purchases at that point will likely lead to
cancellations.

You may purchase trip tickets for guests who are not registered for
the conference. Once you are at the conference, you can check at the
registration desk to see if tickets are still available for purchase.

(2) Film Festival. The complete schedule for the IAJGS Conference
Film Festival is now online. You can view each film in the context of
the entire day of programs by going
directly to the link at: http://www.philly2009.org/program.cfm

If you want to view just the films at a glance, go to "Session Topic"
and click on "Film Festival" and then "Search." If you click on the
film's title, the descriptive section with a synopsis and photos will
pop up.

Please note that some of the films are being shown more than once
during the conference week to make it easier to catch them. Many of
the films have speakers
attending -- filmmakers, researchers, or participants in the creative
process -- who will introduce their work and then discuss and/or take
Q & A afterwards.

The Film Festival is open to all conference registrants and attendance
does not require any addition fee payments.

We look forward to seeing everyone in Philly,
Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


#Ciechanow #Poland Philly2009: Tours and Film Festival #ciechanow #poland

David Mink
 

We are very pleased to tell you that the tours being offered during
the conference and the films being shown for the Film Festival are now
at the conference web site: www.Philly2009.org

(1) Tours. You may now register for the wonderful tours being offered.

If you have already registered, go to Registration Update (you will
need your Log-in and password received with your registration
confirmation). Click on "optional programs" and select the tour or
tours you want to take.

If you have not registered yet, please do so now so you can sign up
for the tours, as well as all the other fee based options that are
available.

There are 3 walking tours, 4 bus tours, and 2 cemetery visits for
research available. You can find information about these specific
trips by going to the Program and searching in the "Session Topic" box
for Sightseeing Tours or Cemetery Visits. Or, you can click on the
left hand button on the home page for "Travel and Tours." Please
carefully read our advice for those taking tours and/or going on the
cemetery visits for research.

The deadline for purchasing tickets for trips is Sunday, July 19, 2009
at 11:59 pm US central time. Should you purchase a ticket and then
wish to cancel your reservation, you must do so before Sunday, July
19, 2009 at 11:59 pm US central time for a full refund. Cancellations
after that date will not receive a refund.

However, we urge you to make your reservation before June 30 because
we must inform the bus company in early July as to the number of
registrants. Low ticket purchases at that point will likely lead to
cancellations.

You may purchase trip tickets for guests who are not registered for
the conference. Once you are at the conference, you can check at the
registration desk to see if tickets are still available for purchase.

(2) Film Festival. The complete schedule for the IAJGS Conference
Film Festival is now online. You can view each film in the context of
the entire day of programs by going
directly to the link at: http://www.philly2009.org/program.cfm

If you want to view just the films at a glance, go to "Session Topic"
and click on "Film Festival" and then "Search." If you click on the
film's title, the descriptive section with a synopsis and photos will
pop up.

Please note that some of the films are being shown more than once
during the conference week to make it easier to catch them. Many of
the films have speakers
attending -- filmmakers, researchers, or participants in the creative
process -- who will introduce their work and then discuss and/or take
Q & A afterwards.

The Film Festival is open to all conference registrants and attendance
does not require any addition fee payments.

We look forward to seeing everyone in Philly,
Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@philly2009.org


JewishGen Board of Governors #ciechanow #poland

Warren Blatt <wblatt@...>
 

JewishGen has re-energized its Board of Governors, whose major
responsibility is the long-term planning for the organization.

Honorary Chair Harvey Krueger, and Co-chairs Karen S. Franklin
and Gary Mokotoff will be joined by Board Members:
Stanley Diamond, Saul Issroff, Phyllis Kramer, Anne Feder Lee,
Hadassah Lipsius, Howard Margol, E. Randol Schoenberg, and
Walter Weiner. Ex-Officio members include Museum of Jewish
Heritage Director Dr. David G. Marwell, JewishGen Managing
Director Warren Blatt, JewishGen Vice-President Michael Tobias,
and JewishGen Administrator Avraham Groll.

The Governors hail >from London, Montreal, Hawaii, Atlanta,
Florida, Los Angeles, New York, and beyond. They bring with
them many years of extensive knowledge about genealogy,
philanthropy, and Jewish history.

More information can be found here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/pr/Press_Release.2009.06.01.BoG.htm

Warren

Warren Blatt
Managing Director, JewishGen
<wblatt@jewishgen.org>


#Ciechanow #Poland JewishGen Board of Governors #ciechanow #poland

Warren Blatt <wblatt@...>
 

JewishGen has re-energized its Board of Governors, whose major
responsibility is the long-term planning for the organization.

Honorary Chair Harvey Krueger, and Co-chairs Karen S. Franklin
and Gary Mokotoff will be joined by Board Members:
Stanley Diamond, Saul Issroff, Phyllis Kramer, Anne Feder Lee,
Hadassah Lipsius, Howard Margol, E. Randol Schoenberg, and
Walter Weiner. Ex-Officio members include Museum of Jewish
Heritage Director Dr. David G. Marwell, JewishGen Managing
Director Warren Blatt, JewishGen Vice-President Michael Tobias,
and JewishGen Administrator Avraham Groll.

The Governors hail >from London, Montreal, Hawaii, Atlanta,
Florida, Los Angeles, New York, and beyond. They bring with
them many years of extensive knowledge about genealogy,
philanthropy, and Jewish history.

More information can be found here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/pr/Press_Release.2009.06.01.BoG.htm

Warren

Warren Blatt
Managing Director, JewishGen
<wblatt@jewishgen.org>


Re: legal name of cloak business NY City circa 1916 #general

Evertjan. <exjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

Jacqueline Fineblit wrote on 26 jun 2009 in soc.genealogy.jewish:

My husband's grandfather was a cloak and suit manufacturer. In 1916 his
business was located at 57 E. Broadway, NY, NY. How can I find the legal
name of the business? And any legal documents pertaining to the business?
In the 1916 NY Business & City Directory he is listed as Isaac Ringel,
cloaks, 57 E Broadway, home 173 Henry St.
A 7 minute walk <http://tinyurl.com/cloakandsuit>

Could we have a name of your GFiL?

in 1906/1907 "Max Rethnan" lived at 57 E. Broadway
according to the American Jewish Yearbook
<http://www.ajcarchives.org/ajc_data/files/1907_1908_5_yearreview.pdf>

Could Rethnan be the name?

--
Evertjan Hannivoort.
The Netherlands.
(Please change the x'es to dots in my emailaddress)

MODERATOR NOTE: The tinyurl above leads to a Google map of the area.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: legal name of cloak business NY City circa 1916 #general

Evertjan. <exjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

Jacqueline Fineblit wrote on 26 jun 2009 in soc.genealogy.jewish:

My husband's grandfather was a cloak and suit manufacturer. In 1916 his
business was located at 57 E. Broadway, NY, NY. How can I find the legal
name of the business? And any legal documents pertaining to the business?
In the 1916 NY Business & City Directory he is listed as Isaac Ringel,
cloaks, 57 E Broadway, home 173 Henry St.
A 7 minute walk <http://tinyurl.com/cloakandsuit>

Could we have a name of your GFiL?

in 1906/1907 "Max Rethnan" lived at 57 E. Broadway
according to the American Jewish Yearbook
<http://www.ajcarchives.org/ajc_data/files/1907_1908_5_yearreview.pdf>

Could Rethnan be the name?

--
Evertjan Hannivoort.
The Netherlands.
(Please change the x'es to dots in my emailaddress)

MODERATOR NOTE: The tinyurl above leads to a Google map of the area.


Re: Looking for Pictures of Monroe, Henry and Rutgers Streets NYC 1900-1918 #general

Joseph Hirschfield
 

I went back to my original order form >from the NYC Municipal Archives and
see that the photos which they have are >from the 1940 Tax survey. The cost
is $30 for an 8 x 10 print. The form indicates an additional $5 fee for a
block and lot search which I did not pay for and that is likely the reason
I received unspecific prints.
The address is NYC Municipal Archives, 31 Chamber Street, New York NY
10007.

Joe Hirschfield
Portage MI

In a message dated 6/26/2009 11:24:33 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
pzavon@rochester.rr.com writes:
What people are really looking for in this thread is not the photos >from the
NYPL, nor, I think those >from the Municipal Archive, but the New York City
Tax Photos, resulting >from a New Deal era project to photograph EACH
individual property in the city. My recollection, >from a presentation on
this that I attended a few years ago, is that the photos are at the City
Building Department but can be ordered on-line or by mail. To do that,
however, you need the Tax Lot number of the property in question.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Looking for Pictures of Monroe, Henry and Rutgers Streets NYC 1900-1918 #general

Joseph Hirschfield
 

I went back to my original order form >from the NYC Municipal Archives and
see that the photos which they have are >from the 1940 Tax survey. The cost
is $30 for an 8 x 10 print. The form indicates an additional $5 fee for a
block and lot search which I did not pay for and that is likely the reason
I received unspecific prints.
The address is NYC Municipal Archives, 31 Chamber Street, New York NY
10007.

Joe Hirschfield
Portage MI

In a message dated 6/26/2009 11:24:33 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
pzavon@rochester.rr.com writes:
What people are really looking for in this thread is not the photos >from the
NYPL, nor, I think those >from the Municipal Archive, but the New York City
Tax Photos, resulting >from a New Deal era project to photograph EACH
individual property in the city. My recollection, >from a presentation on
this that I attended a few years ago, is that the photos are at the City
Building Department but can be ordered on-line or by mail. To do that,
however, you need the Tax Lot number of the property in question.


Re: GOLDMAN and Zwehill (?) Dynasty, Brezezany #galicia

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

I think I asked this before but I lost the e-mails: One of my
ancestors is recorded as being Rav Yosef (Rabbi?)of Breznitz. The
personalities of his generation came mostly >from the area of Skalat,
Kremenetz, Starokonstantine. Could Breznitz be the same town as
Berezna? Can someone suggest another town for Breznitz? Can someone
identify a Rav of Berezna (or Breznitz) who lived around the turn of
the 18/19th centuries?

Thank you

Yoni Ben-Ari, Efrat


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Re: GOLDMAN and Zwehill (?) Dynasty, Brezezany #rabbinic

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

I think I asked this before but I lost the e-mails: One of my
ancestors is recorded as being Rav Yosef (Rabbi?)of Breznitz. The
personalities of his generation came mostly >from the area of Skalat,
Kremenetz, Starokonstantine. Could Breznitz be the same town as
Berezna? Can someone suggest another town for Breznitz? Can someone
identify a Rav of Berezna (or Breznitz) who lived around the turn of
the 18/19th centuries?

Thank you

Yoni Ben-Ari, Efrat


Can someone pick up a document in Suitland, MD, please? #general

Dubin, David M. MD
 

Hi,
A few days back I asked for help finding a Petition for naturalization
for Fannie Sperling in Washington, DC. It was filed in the US District
Court in 1934. I'm getting close.
Luckily, I found a very helpful bureaucrat. The courthouse records are
held in the Washington National Records Center in Suitland, MD. A woman
named Sandra found the document and has it on her desk. Yesterday she
told me she had it and asked for my credit card info.

"how much?"
"let's see, it's a civil case file, ... $70."
"$70 is a lot!"
"Yeah."
"How much would it cost if I walked into your office & asked for it?"
"25 cents."
"Hmm, maybe I can have someone get it for me."
"OK, just let me know when they'll be coming."

So, does anyone have business around Suitland (or do you know anyone who
does), so that I may impose on you to impersonate a cousin & get the
record >from Sandra? I'll gladly reimburse the quarter it will cost (plus
postage, gas & whatever) and get you directions!
Thanks for your help.

David Dubin
Teaneck, NJ

Researching: GESTETNER, GOMPERTZ, HAUSER/LINK/ZUCKMAN/FELDMAN
(Slovakia), STEINER (Hungary), WEISS (Bratislava, Slovakia & Kochel,
Germany), COHEN (Myszyniec area, Poland), KATZ (Pultusk, Poland),
WAJSTUCH (Pinczow, Poland), NUSYNOWICZ (Busko, Poland), REDER/KLURGLUS
(Mel'nitsa, Ukraine), HERSCHENHORN (Zamosc, Poland), RAYNORMAN (Zamosc &
Miedzerzyc Podlaski, Poland), HALPERN/KRONGOLD (Ustilug & Ludmir)

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Can someone pick up a document in Suitland, MD, please? #general

Dubin, David M. MD
 

Hi,
A few days back I asked for help finding a Petition for naturalization
for Fannie Sperling in Washington, DC. It was filed in the US District
Court in 1934. I'm getting close.
Luckily, I found a very helpful bureaucrat. The courthouse records are
held in the Washington National Records Center in Suitland, MD. A woman
named Sandra found the document and has it on her desk. Yesterday she
told me she had it and asked for my credit card info.

"how much?"
"let's see, it's a civil case file, ... $70."
"$70 is a lot!"
"Yeah."
"How much would it cost if I walked into your office & asked for it?"
"25 cents."
"Hmm, maybe I can have someone get it for me."
"OK, just let me know when they'll be coming."

So, does anyone have business around Suitland (or do you know anyone who
does), so that I may impose on you to impersonate a cousin & get the
record >from Sandra? I'll gladly reimburse the quarter it will cost (plus
postage, gas & whatever) and get you directions!
Thanks for your help.

David Dubin
Teaneck, NJ

Researching: GESTETNER, GOMPERTZ, HAUSER/LINK/ZUCKMAN/FELDMAN
(Slovakia), STEINER (Hungary), WEISS (Bratislava, Slovakia & Kochel,
Germany), COHEN (Myszyniec area, Poland), KATZ (Pultusk, Poland),
WAJSTUCH (Pinczow, Poland), NUSYNOWICZ (Busko, Poland), REDER/KLURGLUS
(Mel'nitsa, Ukraine), HERSCHENHORN (Zamosc, Poland), RAYNORMAN (Zamosc &
Miedzerzyc Podlaski, Poland), HALPERN/KRONGOLD (Ustilug & Ludmir)

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