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To find your Shtetl just go to ShtetlSeeker! #galicia

phylliskramer1@att.net <phylliskramer1@...>
 

Lydia asked about Torchow; she told us it was near Zloczow.

Use the Shtetlseeker.... It's online and not difficult...try it for
your shtetl! What a wonderful resource.

To locate your Shtetl go to http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/.
Click on search for towns by name and key in your town's name, just
as it "sounds", then click on Poland or Ukraine (whereever it is
today) and you'll be connected to a list of towns. If you find
"yours," just click "M" for mapquest....and you'll see a map of the
area which you can zoom in and out of.

Here's how I did it for Lydia... I went to ShtetlSeeker, keyed in
Zloczow, clicked on Ukraine, and found the latitude/longitude
(4948/2454) for this town. Then I returned to the search page,
entered Torchow and clicked on Ukraine, trying to find a city near
Zloczow at 4948/2454). There it was! TORGUV (4941/2458) 8.6 miles
SSE of ZLOCZOW. I clicked on "M" and saw the map.

ps: Zloczow might just be the "county seat" and vital records are
available >from Jewish Records in Poland (JRI-P), which is also on
the JewishGen site.

Happy Hunting!

Phyllis
phylliskramer1@att.net
Phyllis Kramer, Wilton, Conn & Palm Beach Gardens, Fla
VP, Education, JewishGen, Inc. researching (mostly Galicia):
STECHER, TRACHMAN,>from Zmigrod, Dukla, Krosno
KRAMER, BEIM, WISNER >from Jasienica
SCHEINER, KANDEL, SCHIMMEL >from Strzyzow, Dubiecko
LINDNER, EICHEL >from Rohatyn (also Iasi, Romania)


Re: Margulies family #galicia

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Lydia Speakman asked about a MARGULIES family that owned a large
estate. There is one MARGULIES entry in "Spis alfabetyczny
obywateli ziemskich Krolestwa Polskiego ze wskazaniem ostatniej
stacji pocztowej" ["Alphabetical list of the landowners of the
Kingdom of Poland with the listing of their last post office"],
published in Polish in Warszawa by E. Skowronski in 1909:

MARGULIES, Hersz, Izrael i Mojzesz
Property: Lapigrosz
Gubernia: Warsz.
Last Post Office: Jablonna

Let me also remind Galician researchers that the 1902 address and
business directory of Lwow, discussed previously on this SIG, and
available online at
http://www.wbc.poznan.pl/dlibra/doccontent2?id=2457&dirids=1,
contains on images 158-188 (in the online collation) an extensive
list of Galician landowners ("Wykaz wlascicieli dobr tabularnych
Galicyi/Verzeichnis der Grossgrundbesitzer in Galizien"), some
clearly Jewish (there is even an entry for the Jewish Colonization
Association's property in Slobodka Lesna, near Kolomyja). Among
them is the entry:

MARGULES Jakob, Nowosiolka kozl, Korolowka [post, telegraph],
Zaleszczyki [powiat]

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia To find your Shtetl just go to ShtetlSeeker! #galicia

phylliskramer1@att.net <phylliskramer1@...>
 

Lydia asked about Torchow; she told us it was near Zloczow.

Use the Shtetlseeker.... It's online and not difficult...try it for
your shtetl! What a wonderful resource.

To locate your Shtetl go to http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/.
Click on search for towns by name and key in your town's name, just
as it "sounds", then click on Poland or Ukraine (whereever it is
today) and you'll be connected to a list of towns. If you find
"yours," just click "M" for mapquest....and you'll see a map of the
area which you can zoom in and out of.

Here's how I did it for Lydia... I went to ShtetlSeeker, keyed in
Zloczow, clicked on Ukraine, and found the latitude/longitude
(4948/2454) for this town. Then I returned to the search page,
entered Torchow and clicked on Ukraine, trying to find a city near
Zloczow at 4948/2454). There it was! TORGUV (4941/2458) 8.6 miles
SSE of ZLOCZOW. I clicked on "M" and saw the map.

ps: Zloczow might just be the "county seat" and vital records are
available >from Jewish Records in Poland (JRI-P), which is also on
the JewishGen site.

Happy Hunting!

Phyllis
phylliskramer1@att.net
Phyllis Kramer, Wilton, Conn & Palm Beach Gardens, Fla
VP, Education, JewishGen, Inc. researching (mostly Galicia):
STECHER, TRACHMAN,>from Zmigrod, Dukla, Krosno
KRAMER, BEIM, WISNER >from Jasienica
SCHEINER, KANDEL, SCHIMMEL >from Strzyzow, Dubiecko
LINDNER, EICHEL >from Rohatyn (also Iasi, Romania)


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia RE: Margulies family #galicia

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Lydia Speakman asked about a MARGULIES family that owned a large
estate. There is one MARGULIES entry in "Spis alfabetyczny
obywateli ziemskich Krolestwa Polskiego ze wskazaniem ostatniej
stacji pocztowej" ["Alphabetical list of the landowners of the
Kingdom of Poland with the listing of their last post office"],
published in Polish in Warszawa by E. Skowronski in 1909:

MARGULIES, Hersz, Izrael i Mojzesz
Property: Lapigrosz
Gubernia: Warsz.
Last Post Office: Jablonna

Let me also remind Galician researchers that the 1902 address and
business directory of Lwow, discussed previously on this SIG, and
available online at
http://www.wbc.poznan.pl/dlibra/doccontent2?id=2457&dirids=1,
contains on images 158-188 (in the online collation) an extensive
list of Galician landowners ("Wykaz wlascicieli dobr tabularnych
Galicyi/Verzeichnis der Grossgrundbesitzer in Galizien"), some
clearly Jewish (there is even an entry for the Jewish Colonization
Association's property in Slobodka Lesna, near Kolomyja). Among
them is the entry:

MARGULES Jakob, Nowosiolka kozl, Korolowka [post, telegraph],
Zaleszczyki [powiat]

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


Visa needed from Israel to Russia post WWII? #general

Leslie Weinberg <lbw50@...>
 

A nephew of my grandfather, >from Tyczyn, Poland, got to Israel in the
30s, and was definitely still there just after WWII. He talked about
going to Russia to look for siblings. Would he have needed a visa or
any other paperwork to leave Israel, or to enter Russia? If so,
where would I look? Thanks, Leslie Weinberg

Searching NOVEMBER, REISZ (REISS, REIS) EISEN - Nagyvarad, Hungary
(Oradea, Romania). EISEN, IRAM , BLUMENBERG - Tyczyn, Poland.
DANSKOY (DONSKOY, DANSKOI, DONSKOI) - Nehzin, Ukraine. SOMINSKY,
MISCHINSKY, WEINBERG - Sassmachen (Vandemarpils) Latvia.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Visa needed from Israel to Russia post WWII? #general

Leslie Weinberg <lbw50@...>
 

A nephew of my grandfather, >from Tyczyn, Poland, got to Israel in the
30s, and was definitely still there just after WWII. He talked about
going to Russia to look for siblings. Would he have needed a visa or
any other paperwork to leave Israel, or to enter Russia? If so,
where would I look? Thanks, Leslie Weinberg

Searching NOVEMBER, REISZ (REISS, REIS) EISEN - Nagyvarad, Hungary
(Oradea, Romania). EISEN, IRAM , BLUMENBERG - Tyczyn, Poland.
DANSKOY (DONSKOY, DANSKOI, DONSKOI) - Nehzin, Ukraine. SOMINSKY,
MISCHINSKY, WEINBERG - Sassmachen (Vandemarpils) Latvia.


JRI-Poland Project: Announcing the 1897 Census of Lomza and area #poland

Jose Gutstein
 

I am posting the following on BialyGen because while the census is for
Lomza, there are listings for some born in this region but living in
Lomza in 1897.

Among the first 8000 entries:
Born in Bialystok - 49
Born in Ciechanowiec - 22
Born in Grodno - 27
Born in Tykocin - 72

Listings of fewer than 10 >from such places as Goniadz, Jasionowka,
Knyszyn, Sokolka, Trzcianne, Zabludow, and other assorted towns.

==========================

At the conference in New York, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland announced
exciting news about the indexing of the 1897 Census for the Lomza district
(including Lomza, Zambrow, Nowogrod, Wizna, and Sniadowo and smaller
villages in the area.)

Sources such as Censuses and Books of Residents often provide information
about previously unknown children or entire family branches.

In all, there'll be entries for more than 25,000 individuals. Since there
were fewer than 10,000 Jews in the town of Lomza in 1897, we expect there
will be many discoveries relating to nearby towns and villages where the
vital records are either missing or incomplete.

In some cases, records include entries for people born in other parts of the
then Russian Empire.

The census contains:

Surname, first name and father's first name.
Position within family (Head, wife, son, daughter)
Age
Marital state.
Social position, title.
Where born.
Place where registered in the Permanent Books of Residents.
Place currently living.
Remarks concerning absence.
Religion denomination.
Mother tongue (language).
Literacy
Place of studies (and place >from which graduated.
Occupation, side occupation and army service.

According to current estimates, there will be more than 20,000 entries for
Jews in the census plus another 4000 temporary residents >from outside the
Lomza district, such as yeshiva students, soldiers and prisoners (!) as well
as regular residents. Data entry has progressed well and approximately 8000
entries are currently available.

There are more than 2200 different surnames in the 8000 entries. Surnames
appearing 20 or more times in this preliminary file are listed below.

You can see all surnames >from the records indexed so far by going to
http://www.jri-poland.org/psa/status.htm#Lomza and clicking on the link
under Lomza 1897 Census.

There are 64 towns mentioned in the entries to date, and those appearing 8
or more times are also listed below.

Please contact me privately for further information on how to participate
in the project and obtain the Excel file, which will enable you to sort
the data by various fields as well as to browse the names and possibly
find family members for which you had not thought to search.

Regards,

Jose Gutstein, Project Coordinator, Lomza Area 1897 Census
JRI-Poland: http://www.jri-poland.org
E-Mail: Gutstein@bellsouth.net
Radzilow web page: http://www.radzilow.com
Szczuczyn web page: http://www.szczuczyn.com
Wizna web page: http://www.wizna.com


Surnames (Among the first 8000 entries)
~~~~~~
KAC (70), BRZOZA (59), FRIDMAN (57), ZOLADZ (54), BURSZTYN (46), GOLDBERG
(46), KON (46), MARKIEWICZ (44), JELEN (43), PERLA (43), KAPLAN (40), LEW
(40), MARCZYK (39), KAUFMAN (36), OZNOWICZ (32), SOBOTKA (932), RUBINSZTEJN
(30), FINKIELSZTEJN (29), KANIA (29), PIANKA (28), BRUM (27), FRIDSZTEJN
(27), ABKIEWICZ (26), LEWIN (26), MROZOWICZ (26), GIELCZYNSKI (25),
BERKMAN (24), BERMAN (24), GIELCZYNSKA (24), GOLDSZTEJN (24), PERLOWICZ
(24), SARNIEWICZ (24), CIESLUK (23), CZERWONKO (23), CZARKA (22),
ISMACHOWICZ (22), JARZABEK (22), BRUKARZ (21), CYBULSKA (21), KOSOWICZ
(21), SEGAL (21), SNIADOWICZ (21), WIERZBA (21), WIERZBOWICZ (21),
BARANOWICZ (20), CYBULSKI (20), KACANEK (20), KAGAN (20), KORNIKS (20),
PANICZ (20), ROZENBERG (20), STOLARCZYK (20), WINTER (20)

Towns of Residence (Among the first 8000 entries)
~~~~~~
Lomza (6461), Piontnica (978), Zambrów (443), Lomzyca (114), Czartoria (41),
Lomza wiezienie (39), Nowogród (36), Lomza szpital (35), Rydzewo (29),
szpital wojskowy w Lomzy (27), Nowy Mlyn (24), Sniadowo (23), Stawiski (18),
Kolno (16), Maleszewo (13), Szczuczyn (12), Szczepankowo (10), Bialystok
(9), Orla (9), Czyzew (8)


2007 conference registration #yiddish

David Harris <dorsharris@...>
 

SUBJECT: 2007 IAJGS Conference Registration Open

I am delighted to announce that registration is now open for the Conference.
It is scheduled for July 15-20, 2007 (Tamuz 29-Av 5, 5767) at the Hilton
Salt Lake City Center. Please visit the conference website at
http://www.slc2007.org to register, submit speaking proposals, book rooms at
the Hilton, plan your travel and learn more about what the conference and
Salt Lake City have to offer. We will keep you informed as the website is
updated with additional information, including scheduled speakers, computer
workshops, SIG luncheons and much, much more.

The conference will include a special showing of "Lives Remembered: A
Shtetl Through A Photographer's Eye". This photographic, museum exhibit has
been displayed internationally. It depicts a vibrant and modern life in an
Eastern European shtetl >from 1898-1939.

Conference Co-Chairs Hal Bookbinder and Michael Brenner, and the entire
conference committee, look forward to sharing this exciting experience with
all of you.

Jan Meisels Allen
Registration Chair
registration@slc2007.org


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland JRI-Poland Project: Announcing the 1897 Census of Lomza and area #poland

Jose Gutstein
 

I am posting the following on BialyGen because while the census is for
Lomza, there are listings for some born in this region but living in
Lomza in 1897.

Among the first 8000 entries:
Born in Bialystok - 49
Born in Ciechanowiec - 22
Born in Grodno - 27
Born in Tykocin - 72

Listings of fewer than 10 >from such places as Goniadz, Jasionowka,
Knyszyn, Sokolka, Trzcianne, Zabludow, and other assorted towns.

==========================

At the conference in New York, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland announced
exciting news about the indexing of the 1897 Census for the Lomza district
(including Lomza, Zambrow, Nowogrod, Wizna, and Sniadowo and smaller
villages in the area.)

Sources such as Censuses and Books of Residents often provide information
about previously unknown children or entire family branches.

In all, there'll be entries for more than 25,000 individuals. Since there
were fewer than 10,000 Jews in the town of Lomza in 1897, we expect there
will be many discoveries relating to nearby towns and villages where the
vital records are either missing or incomplete.

In some cases, records include entries for people born in other parts of the
then Russian Empire.

The census contains:

Surname, first name and father's first name.
Position within family (Head, wife, son, daughter)
Age
Marital state.
Social position, title.
Where born.
Place where registered in the Permanent Books of Residents.
Place currently living.
Remarks concerning absence.
Religion denomination.
Mother tongue (language).
Literacy
Place of studies (and place >from which graduated.
Occupation, side occupation and army service.

According to current estimates, there will be more than 20,000 entries for
Jews in the census plus another 4000 temporary residents >from outside the
Lomza district, such as yeshiva students, soldiers and prisoners (!) as well
as regular residents. Data entry has progressed well and approximately 8000
entries are currently available.

There are more than 2200 different surnames in the 8000 entries. Surnames
appearing 20 or more times in this preliminary file are listed below.

You can see all surnames >from the records indexed so far by going to
http://www.jri-poland.org/psa/status.htm#Lomza and clicking on the link
under Lomza 1897 Census.

There are 64 towns mentioned in the entries to date, and those appearing 8
or more times are also listed below.

Please contact me privately for further information on how to participate
in the project and obtain the Excel file, which will enable you to sort
the data by various fields as well as to browse the names and possibly
find family members for which you had not thought to search.

Regards,

Jose Gutstein, Project Coordinator, Lomza Area 1897 Census
JRI-Poland: http://www.jri-poland.org
E-Mail: Gutstein@bellsouth.net
Radzilow web page: http://www.radzilow.com
Szczuczyn web page: http://www.szczuczyn.com
Wizna web page: http://www.wizna.com


Surnames (Among the first 8000 entries)
~~~~~~
KAC (70), BRZOZA (59), FRIDMAN (57), ZOLADZ (54), BURSZTYN (46), GOLDBERG
(46), KON (46), MARKIEWICZ (44), JELEN (43), PERLA (43), KAPLAN (40), LEW
(40), MARCZYK (39), KAUFMAN (36), OZNOWICZ (32), SOBOTKA (932), RUBINSZTEJN
(30), FINKIELSZTEJN (29), KANIA (29), PIANKA (28), BRUM (27), FRIDSZTEJN
(27), ABKIEWICZ (26), LEWIN (26), MROZOWICZ (26), GIELCZYNSKI (25),
BERKMAN (24), BERMAN (24), GIELCZYNSKA (24), GOLDSZTEJN (24), PERLOWICZ
(24), SARNIEWICZ (24), CIESLUK (23), CZERWONKO (23), CZARKA (22),
ISMACHOWICZ (22), JARZABEK (22), BRUKARZ (21), CYBULSKA (21), KOSOWICZ
(21), SEGAL (21), SNIADOWICZ (21), WIERZBA (21), WIERZBOWICZ (21),
BARANOWICZ (20), CYBULSKI (20), KACANEK (20), KAGAN (20), KORNIKS (20),
PANICZ (20), ROZENBERG (20), STOLARCZYK (20), WINTER (20)

Towns of Residence (Among the first 8000 entries)
~~~~~~
Lomza (6461), Piontnica (978), Zambrów (443), Lomzyca (114), Czartoria (41),
Lomza wiezienie (39), Nowogród (36), Lomza szpital (35), Rydzewo (29),
szpital wojskowy w Lomzy (27), Nowy Mlyn (24), Sniadowo (23), Stawiski (18),
Kolno (16), Maleszewo (13), Szczuczyn (12), Szczepankowo (10), Bialystok
(9), Orla (9), Czyzew (8)


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre 2007 conference registration #yiddish

David Harris <dorsharris@...>
 

SUBJECT: 2007 IAJGS Conference Registration Open

I am delighted to announce that registration is now open for the Conference.
It is scheduled for July 15-20, 2007 (Tamuz 29-Av 5, 5767) at the Hilton
Salt Lake City Center. Please visit the conference website at
http://www.slc2007.org to register, submit speaking proposals, book rooms at
the Hilton, plan your travel and learn more about what the conference and
Salt Lake City have to offer. We will keep you informed as the website is
updated with additional information, including scheduled speakers, computer
workshops, SIG luncheons and much, much more.

The conference will include a special showing of "Lives Remembered: A
Shtetl Through A Photographer's Eye". This photographic, museum exhibit has
been displayed internationally. It depicts a vibrant and modern life in an
Eastern European shtetl >from 1898-1939.

Conference Co-Chairs Hal Bookbinder and Michael Brenner, and the entire
conference committee, look forward to sharing this exciting experience with
all of you.

Jan Meisels Allen
Registration Chair
registration@slc2007.org


Re: ytandv digest: November 09, 2006 #yiddish

Yemima Nahum <yemima_n@...>
 

Hi,

Can you please look for Osovitzki or Osowicki Shimon?
Thanks so much,

Yemima.

Moderator's note: Members, please send future requests for a search of the "Stardust
Lost" index directly to Connie Fisher Newhan at <YLCA87@aol.com>
Thank you.


Subject: Stardust Lost
From: YLCA87@aol.com
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2006 17:18:54 EST
X-Message-Number: 1

My husband just bought me a new book titled Stardust Lost: The Triumph,
Tragedy and Mishugas of the Yiddish Theater in America by Stefan Kanfer,
that
includes an index. If you would like me to look up any names, I can let
you
know if they are listed.

I have no financial interests in this book.

Best Regards,
Connie Fisher Newhan (#1272)


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre Re: ytandv digest: November 09, 2006 #yiddish

Yemima Nahum <yemima_n@...>
 

Hi,

Can you please look for Osovitzki or Osowicki Shimon?
Thanks so much,

Yemima.

Moderator's note: Members, please send future requests for a search of the "Stardust
Lost" index directly to Connie Fisher Newhan at <YLCA87@aol.com>
Thank you.


Subject: Stardust Lost
From: YLCA87@aol.com
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2006 17:18:54 EST
X-Message-Number: 1

My husband just bought me a new book titled Stardust Lost: The Triumph,
Tragedy and Mishugas of the Yiddish Theater in America by Stefan Kanfer,
that
includes an index. If you would like me to look up any names, I can let
you
know if they are listed.

I have no financial interests in this book.

Best Regards,
Connie Fisher Newhan (#1272)


Photo Gallery #ciechanow #poland

Stan Zeidenberg
 

Dear fellow Ciechanowers,

Every once in a while I receive a note like this one:

"I just looked at [the Ciechanow] site and see that the man in photo .....
has the same last name as my grandmother who left Ciechanov before WW1.
However, family remained and this [person] might be a relative. Is there a
way I can contact the submitter of the photo?"

...which suggests that we ought to be adding more photos.

If you have photos >from Ciechanow, please consider making a submission.

Stan Zeidenberg
Ciechanow Research Group Coordinator


#Ciechanow #Poland Photo Gallery #ciechanow #poland

Stan Zeidenberg
 

Dear fellow Ciechanowers,

Every once in a while I receive a note like this one:

"I just looked at [the Ciechanow] site and see that the man in photo .....
has the same last name as my grandmother who left Ciechanov before WW1.
However, family remained and this [person] might be a relative. Is there a
way I can contact the submitter of the photo?"

...which suggests that we ought to be adding more photos.

If you have photos >from Ciechanow, please consider making a submission.

Stan Zeidenberg
Ciechanow Research Group Coordinator


2007 IAJGS Conference Registration Open #yizkorbooks

pzieselman@...
 

I am delighted to announce that registration is now open for the Conference.
It is scheduled for July 15-20, 2007 (Tamuz 29-Av 5, 5767) at the Hilton
Salt Lake City Center. Please visit the conference website at
http://www.slc2007.org to register, submit speaking proposals, book rooms at
the Hilton, plan your travel and learn more about what the conference and
Salt Lake City have to offer. We will keep you informed as the website is
updated with additional information, including scheduled speakers, computer
workshops, SIG luncheons and much, much more.

The conference will include a special showing of "Lives Remembered: A
Shtetl Through A Photographer's Eye". This photographic, museum exhibit has
been displayed internationally. It depicts a vibrant and modern life in an
Eastern European shtetl >from 1898-1939.

Conference Co-Chairs Hal Bookbinder and Michael Brenner, and the entire
conference committee, look forward to sharing this exciting experience with
all of you.

Jan Meisels Allen
Registration Chair
registration@slc2007.org


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks 2007 IAJGS Conference Registration Open #yizkorbooks

pzieselman@...
 

I am delighted to announce that registration is now open for the Conference.
It is scheduled for July 15-20, 2007 (Tamuz 29-Av 5, 5767) at the Hilton
Salt Lake City Center. Please visit the conference website at
http://www.slc2007.org to register, submit speaking proposals, book rooms at
the Hilton, plan your travel and learn more about what the conference and
Salt Lake City have to offer. We will keep you informed as the website is
updated with additional information, including scheduled speakers, computer
workshops, SIG luncheons and much, much more.

The conference will include a special showing of "Lives Remembered: A
Shtetl Through A Photographer's Eye". This photographic, museum exhibit has
been displayed internationally. It depicts a vibrant and modern life in an
Eastern European shtetl >from 1898-1939.

Conference Co-Chairs Hal Bookbinder and Michael Brenner, and the entire
conference committee, look forward to sharing this exciting experience with
all of you.

Jan Meisels Allen
Registration Chair
registration@slc2007.org


2007 IAJGS Conference Registration Open #romania

pzieselman@...
 

I am delighted to announce that registration is now open for the Conference.
It is scheduled for July 15-20, 2007 (Tamuz 29-Av 5, 5767) at the Hilton
Salt Lake City Center. Please visit the conference website at
http://www.slc2007.org to register, submit speaking proposals, book rooms at
the Hilton, plan your travel and learn more about what the conference and
Salt Lake City have to offer. We will keep you informed as the website is
updated with additional information, including scheduled speakers, computer
workshops, SIG luncheons and much, much more.

The conference will include a special showing of "Lives Remembered: A
Shtetl Through A Photographer's Eye". This photographic, museum exhibit has
been displayed internationally. It depicts a vibrant and modern life in an
Eastern European shtetl >from 1898-1939.

Conference Co-Chairs Hal Bookbinder and Michael Brenner, and the entire
conference committee, look forward to sharing this exciting experience with
all of you.

Jan Meisels Allen
Registration Chair
registration@slc2007.org


Romania SIG #Romania 2007 IAJGS Conference Registration Open #romania

pzieselman@...
 

I am delighted to announce that registration is now open for the Conference.
It is scheduled for July 15-20, 2007 (Tamuz 29-Av 5, 5767) at the Hilton
Salt Lake City Center. Please visit the conference website at
http://www.slc2007.org to register, submit speaking proposals, book rooms at
the Hilton, plan your travel and learn more about what the conference and
Salt Lake City have to offer. We will keep you informed as the website is
updated with additional information, including scheduled speakers, computer
workshops, SIG luncheons and much, much more.

The conference will include a special showing of "Lives Remembered: A
Shtetl Through A Photographer's Eye". This photographic, museum exhibit has
been displayed internationally. It depicts a vibrant and modern life in an
Eastern European shtetl >from 1898-1939.

Conference Co-Chairs Hal Bookbinder and Michael Brenner, and the entire
conference committee, look forward to sharing this exciting experience with
all of you.

Jan Meisels Allen
Registration Chair
registration@slc2007.org


2007 IAJGS Conference Registration Open #belarus

pzieselman@...
 

I am delighted to announce that registration is now open for the Conference.
It is scheduled for July 15-20, 2007 (Tamuz 29-Av 5, 5767) at the Hilton
Salt Lake City Center. Please visit the conference website at
http://www.slc2007.org to register, submit speaking proposals, book rooms at
the Hilton, plan your travel and learn more about what the conference and
Salt Lake City have to offer. We will keep you informed as the website is
updated with additional information, including scheduled speakers, computer
workshops, SIG luncheons and much, much more.

The conference will include a special showing of "Lives Remembered: A
Shtetl Through A Photographer's Eye". This photographic, museum exhibit has
been displayed internationally. It depicts a vibrant and modern life in an
Eastern European shtetl >from 1898-1939.

Conference Co-Chairs Hal Bookbinder and Michael Brenner, and the entire
conference committee, look forward to sharing this exciting experience with
all of you.

Jan Meisels Allen
Registration Chair
registration@slc2007.org


Belarus SIG #Belarus 2007 IAJGS Conference Registration Open #belarus

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I am delighted to announce that registration is now open for the Conference.
It is scheduled for July 15-20, 2007 (Tamuz 29-Av 5, 5767) at the Hilton
Salt Lake City Center. Please visit the conference website at
http://www.slc2007.org to register, submit speaking proposals, book rooms at
the Hilton, plan your travel and learn more about what the conference and
Salt Lake City have to offer. We will keep you informed as the website is
updated with additional information, including scheduled speakers, computer
workshops, SIG luncheons and much, much more.

The conference will include a special showing of "Lives Remembered: A
Shtetl Through A Photographer's Eye". This photographic, museum exhibit has
been displayed internationally. It depicts a vibrant and modern life in an
Eastern European shtetl >from 1898-1939.

Conference Co-Chairs Hal Bookbinder and Michael Brenner, and the entire
conference committee, look forward to sharing this exciting experience with
all of you.

Jan Meisels Allen
Registration Chair
registration@slc2007.org