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Re: pronunciation #poland

Nicole Heymans <nheymans@...>
 

Dear all,

Try

http://grzegorj.w.interia.pl/kurs/0.html

It will need some browsing but explains Polish sounds in great length
in terms of English equivalents.

Nicole Heymans, Brussels, Belgium

Subject: pronunciation
From: "Saundra" <ramlog@...>
Date: Tue, 9 May 2006 13:54:29 -0500
X-Message-Number: 2

Would you please recommend sources for learning Polish pronunciation of
names and places to me? Our ancestors spoke German, and talked about places
their people originated. With the combination of German accents and no
knowledge of Polish pronunciation, we're having trouble figuring out what
the place names might be. Thank you.

Saundra


JRI Poland #Poland Re: pronunciation #poland

Nicole Heymans <nheymans@...>
 

Dear all,

Try

http://grzegorj.w.interia.pl/kurs/0.html

It will need some browsing but explains Polish sounds in great length
in terms of English equivalents.

Nicole Heymans, Brussels, Belgium

Subject: pronunciation
From: "Saundra" <ramlog@...>
Date: Tue, 9 May 2006 13:54:29 -0500
X-Message-Number: 2

Would you please recommend sources for learning Polish pronunciation of
names and places to me? Our ancestors spoke German, and talked about places
their people originated. With the combination of German accents and no
knowledge of Polish pronunciation, we're having trouble figuring out what
the place names might be. Thank you.

Saundra


KOHN family of 19th Century Hungary #hungary

HeyJudy123@...
 

We have in our family, as "ephemera," a wedding invitation.

C. 1925, it was sent to Bertha HERSKOVITS BAYERN, the mother of my maternal
grandmother, here in New York City by relations in "Kosice." Kosice (a/k/a
"Kassa," "Kashau") now is in Slovakia but, then, it was part of Hungary.
Berta had been born in Kosice while her husband, my great-grandfather Moritz
BAYERN, was born in the nearby town of "Huncovce," a/k/a "Hunfalu," "Hunsdorf."
And HERSKOVITS has been spelled at least a half-dozen different ways,
including HERSHKOWITZ, HERSKOVITZ, etc.

The bride in the invitation was Judit KOHN and the groom was Martin HABER.
I do not know how our families were related, bride's side or groom's. Nor do
I know whether this couple survived the Nazis, though I suspect not.
Consistent with factual statistics, one cousin's recent research indicates that
only two or three members out of a family of more than 90 survived.

During the two decades surrounding the beginning of the 20th Century, many
of Berta's Hungarian relations relocated to the Cleveland, Ohio (USA) vicinity.

Judy SEGAL
New York City USA


Nagymegyer/Velky Meder #hungary

Carol J. Robinson <caroljr@...>
 

We are pleased to announce the new Nagymegyer/Velky Meder ShtetLinks
page at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Nagymegyer/NagymegyarShtetlink.html.
Thanks to H-SIG contributor Mr. Yehoshua Weiss of Israel for
contributing the material for this page. Thanks are also due to Mr.
Alexander Gerhat for the map and list of Jewish homes in 1944 and to Mr.
Curtis Brown for allowing us to publish his story, "Siddur." I will add
a link to this page on the H-SIG website shortly.

Carol Robinson
H-SIG Research Coordinator
Alameda, CA USA
caroljr@...


Hungary SIG #Hungary KOHN family of 19th Century Hungary #hungary

HeyJudy123@...
 

We have in our family, as "ephemera," a wedding invitation.

C. 1925, it was sent to Bertha HERSKOVITS BAYERN, the mother of my maternal
grandmother, here in New York City by relations in "Kosice." Kosice (a/k/a
"Kassa," "Kashau") now is in Slovakia but, then, it was part of Hungary.
Berta had been born in Kosice while her husband, my great-grandfather Moritz
BAYERN, was born in the nearby town of "Huncovce," a/k/a "Hunfalu," "Hunsdorf."
And HERSKOVITS has been spelled at least a half-dozen different ways,
including HERSHKOWITZ, HERSKOVITZ, etc.

The bride in the invitation was Judit KOHN and the groom was Martin HABER.
I do not know how our families were related, bride's side or groom's. Nor do
I know whether this couple survived the Nazis, though I suspect not.
Consistent with factual statistics, one cousin's recent research indicates that
only two or three members out of a family of more than 90 survived.

During the two decades surrounding the beginning of the 20th Century, many
of Berta's Hungarian relations relocated to the Cleveland, Ohio (USA) vicinity.

Judy SEGAL
New York City USA


Hungary SIG #Hungary Nagymegyer/Velky Meder #hungary

Carol J. Robinson <caroljr@...>
 

We are pleased to announce the new Nagymegyer/Velky Meder ShtetLinks
page at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Nagymegyer/NagymegyarShtetlink.html.
Thanks to H-SIG contributor Mr. Yehoshua Weiss of Israel for
contributing the material for this page. Thanks are also due to Mr.
Alexander Gerhat for the map and list of Jewish homes in 1944 and to Mr.
Curtis Brown for allowing us to publish his story, "Siddur." I will add
a link to this page on the H-SIG website shortly.

Carol Robinson
H-SIG Research Coordinator
Alameda, CA USA
caroljr@...


Re: Sarospatak Archives #hungary

Sandor Bacskai <bacskaisanyi@...>
 

Dear Amos Zezmer,

The Jewish records of Nagykapos/Velke Kapusany (as like the records
of Szobranc/Sobrance) are kept in Ungvar/Uzhhorod. Please remind that
Nagykapos (and Szobranc) located in the formerly Ung County, but
Sarospatak is in Zemplen. And the Archives of Zemplen is in the old
county-town Satoraljaujhely, instead of Sarospatak.

So I'm surprised if the Sarospatak Archives was allowed to have any
vital record books.

Regards,

Sandor Bacskai
Budapest, Hungary

-------------------------------------------------
Subject: The Sarospatak archives
From: Amos Israel Zezmer <amos.zezmer@...>
Date: Tue, 09 May 2006 02:40:40 -0300
X-Message-Number: 5

When in Kosice last year, I was told by the secretary of the Jewish
community that the Jewish records for Nagykapos, prior to the late
1800's, can be found in the archives in Sarospatak, northeast of
Miskolc.

Does anyone know if this is a fact. And, if so, what are the steps to
accessing these archives?

Thank you.

Amos Zezmer
Yerres, France.

Researching SPIEGEL/Munkacs and region
ROTH/Nagykapos


Re: From Auschwitz to Sweden? #hungary

jek <hvik@...>
 

AFAIK the whole rehabilitation project here in Sweden was
administered by the Swedish Red Cross.
It night be worth while writing to them for information.
Their addresse:
Svenska Roda Korset
box 17563
118 91 STOCKHOLM

There would be no problem writing to them in English, I'm sure.

Jeno Kohn
Goteborg, Sweden

On Fri, May 05, 2006 at 10:26:35AM +0300, David Blank wrote:
> My cousin, Ilse Ehrlich, lived in Tyrnau (Trnava) Slovakia when she
> was deported.
>
> Somehow she survived the camps, but succumbed to various illnesses in
> 1946 in Sweden.
>
> How she got to Sweden is a mystery.
>
> I am trying to trace her burial location in SWEDEN.
>
> Thanks for your help.
> ------------------------------------------------
>
> David Blank
> Jerusalem


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Sarospatak Archives #hungary

Sandor Bacskai <bacskaisanyi@...>
 

Dear Amos Zezmer,

The Jewish records of Nagykapos/Velke Kapusany (as like the records
of Szobranc/Sobrance) are kept in Ungvar/Uzhhorod. Please remind that
Nagykapos (and Szobranc) located in the formerly Ung County, but
Sarospatak is in Zemplen. And the Archives of Zemplen is in the old
county-town Satoraljaujhely, instead of Sarospatak.

So I'm surprised if the Sarospatak Archives was allowed to have any
vital record books.

Regards,

Sandor Bacskai
Budapest, Hungary

-------------------------------------------------
Subject: The Sarospatak archives
From: Amos Israel Zezmer <amos.zezmer@...>
Date: Tue, 09 May 2006 02:40:40 -0300
X-Message-Number: 5

When in Kosice last year, I was told by the secretary of the Jewish
community that the Jewish records for Nagykapos, prior to the late
1800's, can be found in the archives in Sarospatak, northeast of
Miskolc.

Does anyone know if this is a fact. And, if so, what are the steps to
accessing these archives?

Thank you.

Amos Zezmer
Yerres, France.

Researching SPIEGEL/Munkacs and region
ROTH/Nagykapos


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: From Auschwitz to Sweden? #hungary

jek <hvik@...>
 

AFAIK the whole rehabilitation project here in Sweden was
administered by the Swedish Red Cross.
It night be worth while writing to them for information.
Their addresse:
Svenska Roda Korset
box 17563
118 91 STOCKHOLM

There would be no problem writing to them in English, I'm sure.

Jeno Kohn
Goteborg, Sweden

On Fri, May 05, 2006 at 10:26:35AM +0300, David Blank wrote:
> My cousin, Ilse Ehrlich, lived in Tyrnau (Trnava) Slovakia when she
> was deported.
>
> Somehow she survived the camps, but succumbed to various illnesses in
> 1946 in Sweden.
>
> How she got to Sweden is a mystery.
>
> I am trying to trace her burial location in SWEDEN.
>
> Thanks for your help.
> ------------------------------------------------
>
> David Blank
> Jerusalem


The Sarospatak archives #hungary

Amos Israel Zezmer <amos.zezmer@...>
 

Hello,

When in Kosice last year, I was told by the secretary of the Jewish
community that the Jewish records for Nagykapos, prior to the late
1800's, can be found in the archives in Sarospatak, northeast of Miskolc.

Does anyone know if this is a fact. And, if so, what are the steps to
accessing these archives?

Thank you.

Amos Zezmer
Yerres, France.

Researching SPIEGEL/Munkacs and region
ROTH/Nagykapos


Hungary SIG #Hungary The Sarospatak archives #hungary

Amos Israel Zezmer <amos.zezmer@...>
 

Hello,

When in Kosice last year, I was told by the secretary of the Jewish
community that the Jewish records for Nagykapos, prior to the late
1800's, can be found in the archives in Sarospatak, northeast of Miskolc.

Does anyone know if this is a fact. And, if so, what are the steps to
accessing these archives?

Thank you.

Amos Zezmer
Yerres, France.

Researching SPIEGEL/Munkacs and region
ROTH/Nagykapos


Friday Sessions at IAJGS Conf-May 15 Early Registration Deadline #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

Dear All,

Before you book that return plane ticket, or plan to hop on the train to
your summer home or to take off for the beach, please look at the
Conference's Friday morning schedule. Several exciting presentations,
including sessions of
particular interest to Hungarian SIG members, are planned for Friday
morning.

We have been blessed with over 260 presentations. Rather than keeping
everyone awake until midnight every night to attend them, we opted to
schedule a full morning of sessions on Friday, Aug. 18, >from 8:00
a.m. to
12:15 p.m.

If you're interested in Jews >from Lithuania, Ukraine, Hungary, Greece,
Transcarpathia, Scotland -- or New York...

If you'd like to gain exposure on the Internet, unearth deep dark
secrets
about the criminals in your family's past, or find other "Jews in the
news"...

If you need advice on getting organized, publishing your research, or
conserving your photos and documents...

If you're searching for living relatives or trying to learn more
about Shoah
victims or survivors...

If you hope to understand your "chochka" (or how a word comes to be
spelled
that way)...

If you want to hear the story of a genealogist who became "suddenly
Jewish"...

...Friday has something for you. I suggest that you read about Friday's
sessions on the Conference web site

www.jgsny2006.org/conference_program.cfm

One of these programs requires some preparation. For "The Jewish
Chochka and
Ephemera Road Show" (Session 408), Rafi Guber requests that registrants
bring family items, documents, photos, and ephemera to the
conference. He
and a panel will help determine when and >from where the items
originated and
any other secrets they may reveal about your family. Please remember to
bring along items for this exciting session.

Stay through the 18th and leave on a chai!

EARLY REGISTRATION MUST BE SUBMITTED BY MAY 15, 2006 !!!
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
IAJGS 2006 Conference Registration Chair and Exhibit Coordinator
www.jgsny2006.org
registration@...
Roni@...


All Hungary Database Status Update #hungary

Carol J. Robinson <caroljr@...>
 

The All Hungary Database is now three years old and continues to grow
due to H-SIG's dedicated volunteers. The AHD was first published in late
March 2003 with 45,000 records. We were proud to announce that the AHD
had over 140,000 records after one year and over 240,000 records after
two years. Now as of three years, the AHD has over 350,000 records.
That's about 100,000 records added per year, the majority of which are
transcribed by H-SIG members.

We just published an update of the 1869 Census database, thanks to the
incredibly prolific work by Marelynn Zipser. The new records are >from
Zemplen megye. We have additional records in the publication queue, so
the AHD will grow again in the near future.

We are making outstanding progress on current projects, including the
1848 Census, "Other Census," Vital Records, and Holocaust Memorial
projects (project coordinators Robert Neu, Eric Bloch, Sam Schleman,
and Carol Robinson respectively). If you are looking for ways to help,
contact me or the project coordinators. Another way to help is by
photographing Holocaust memorials and/or cemeteries in H-SIG areas.
Remember that we need entire memorials and individual panels as well as
entire cemeteries.

We have accomplished so much due to the dedication of the many
volunteers who have contributed their time and talent to the AHD. All I
can say is Koszonom, Danke, Dakujem, Multumesc, Toda and Thank You!

Carol Robinson
H-SIG Research Coordinator
Alameda, CA
caroljr@...


Hungary SIG #Hungary Friday Sessions at IAJGS Conf-May 15 Early Registration Deadline #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

Dear All,

Before you book that return plane ticket, or plan to hop on the train to
your summer home or to take off for the beach, please look at the
Conference's Friday morning schedule. Several exciting presentations,
including sessions of
particular interest to Hungarian SIG members, are planned for Friday
morning.

We have been blessed with over 260 presentations. Rather than keeping
everyone awake until midnight every night to attend them, we opted to
schedule a full morning of sessions on Friday, Aug. 18, >from 8:00
a.m. to
12:15 p.m.

If you're interested in Jews >from Lithuania, Ukraine, Hungary, Greece,
Transcarpathia, Scotland -- or New York...

If you'd like to gain exposure on the Internet, unearth deep dark
secrets
about the criminals in your family's past, or find other "Jews in the
news"...

If you need advice on getting organized, publishing your research, or
conserving your photos and documents...

If you're searching for living relatives or trying to learn more
about Shoah
victims or survivors...

If you hope to understand your "chochka" (or how a word comes to be
spelled
that way)...

If you want to hear the story of a genealogist who became "suddenly
Jewish"...

...Friday has something for you. I suggest that you read about Friday's
sessions on the Conference web site

www.jgsny2006.org/conference_program.cfm

One of these programs requires some preparation. For "The Jewish
Chochka and
Ephemera Road Show" (Session 408), Rafi Guber requests that registrants
bring family items, documents, photos, and ephemera to the
conference. He
and a panel will help determine when and >from where the items
originated and
any other secrets they may reveal about your family. Please remember to
bring along items for this exciting session.

Stay through the 18th and leave on a chai!

EARLY REGISTRATION MUST BE SUBMITTED BY MAY 15, 2006 !!!
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
IAJGS 2006 Conference Registration Chair and Exhibit Coordinator
www.jgsny2006.org
registration@...
Roni@...


Hungary SIG #Hungary All Hungary Database Status Update #hungary

Carol J. Robinson <caroljr@...>
 

The All Hungary Database is now three years old and continues to grow
due to H-SIG's dedicated volunteers. The AHD was first published in late
March 2003 with 45,000 records. We were proud to announce that the AHD
had over 140,000 records after one year and over 240,000 records after
two years. Now as of three years, the AHD has over 350,000 records.
That's about 100,000 records added per year, the majority of which are
transcribed by H-SIG members.

We just published an update of the 1869 Census database, thanks to the
incredibly prolific work by Marelynn Zipser. The new records are >from
Zemplen megye. We have additional records in the publication queue, so
the AHD will grow again in the near future.

We are making outstanding progress on current projects, including the
1848 Census, "Other Census," Vital Records, and Holocaust Memorial
projects (project coordinators Robert Neu, Eric Bloch, Sam Schleman,
and Carol Robinson respectively). If you are looking for ways to help,
contact me or the project coordinators. Another way to help is by
photographing Holocaust memorials and/or cemeteries in H-SIG areas.
Remember that we need entire memorials and individual panels as well as
entire cemeteries.

We have accomplished so much due to the dedication of the many
volunteers who have contributed their time and talent to the AHD. All I
can say is Koszonom, Danke, Dakujem, Multumesc, Toda and Thank You!

Carol Robinson
H-SIG Research Coordinator
Alameda, CA
caroljr@...


Mezocsat Holocaust Memorial #hungary

Carol J. Robinson <caroljr@...>
 

Thanks to the generosity of Dr. Schwarcz, the Mezocsat Holocaust
memorial has been transcribed and added to the Holocaust Memorial
Database. This database is searchable by searching the All Hungary
Database along with the memorials of 28 other towns. The Holocaust
memorial project is an active project, and we continue to collect and
transcribe photos of memorials in pre-Trianon areas.

Carol Robinson
H-SIG Research Coordinator
caroljr@...
Alameda, CA USA


Ida & Joseph Schwarcz wrote:

I was a child in Mezocsat before WW2 and I remember Glattstein's house and
store and that the cantor in the Synagogue was Kohn. He had a beautiful
voice. I have a photograph of the plaque in the cemetery of Mezocsat that
has the names of the persons taken to Auschwith and murdered in 1944. There
are Glattsteins and Kohns there.

Dr. Joseph M. Schwarcz

-----Original Message-----
From: macnietspingal@... [mailto:macnietspingal@...]
Sent: Wednesday, April 05, 2006 4:28 PM
To: H-SIG
Subject: [h-sig] Wikipedia helped me


I was searching the Wikipedia about Hungary because of the Dracula story on
the History Channel. Noticed they had all these cities listed and I had this
letter >from my father's sister which gave some birth info. Yep the city is
correct and listed in the Wikipedia and has a history page: Mezocsat.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mez%C5%91cs%C3%A1t.

His name was Eugene Jeno Kohn which he changed to Kowan when moved to the
US. That's where my father was born. I am named for his mom: Ethel
Glattstein. This is my first real reading of the letter. If I'm reading it
right, MY GOODNESS, I was the Secretary to a Dr. Irwin Glattstein at G.W.U.
Hillel, 1949. I consider him one of my life mentors, a wonderful person who
is responsible for how I read and talk about the Bible. No way, not
possible. Ethel died there.

My paternal grandfather, Illes Kohn who became Rev. Elias Kohn at the Temple
On the Heights, Cleveland was born in what looks like
Szau(n?)to, Abai(u?)j. In the Wikipedia I couldn't find anthing like the
Sz... town name but the Megye closest I could see was Abauj-Torna, a merger
of two counties on the right bank of the Tirza.

All of this info is related to the Kohn Chapel of the Temple On The Heights
in Cleveland.

I have a first cousin of whom I've lost track. Esther (Mrs. B.) Greenfield,
Van Nuys, CA. My last mail contact was 04/05/83. There I met my
grandfather's brother, Dr. Maurice Kowan a few years earlier. He is
mentioned on the Web with respect to Laetrile. He told me all about it. He
explained why he changed his name. The rest of the family remained Kohn. My
father changed his name to his uncle's when he came to the US.

I have picture of my father with a female companion in a Hungarian festival
in Cleveland in Hungarian costume.

Ethel Kowan Saltz
Greenbelt MD

Moderator: Have you checked the JewishGen website and the All-Hungary
Database for information about these places? I suspect that you will find
more reliable information than what is available at Wikipedia. Szanto is
the former name of a place in Abauj-Torna megye (county) that is now
Abaujszanto, Hungary. Mezocsat, Hungary is in Borsad megye. The All-Hungary
Database also includes a list of names of martyrs >from the Holocaust
memorial in Mezocsat at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Hungary/HolocaustMemorials.htm> I'm not
sure what this all has to do with Dracula or what information you are seeing
from H-SIG subscribers. If you are looking for information about the KOHN
family >from Abaujszanto, you are more likely to get useful responses if your
subject line says KOHN fm Abaujszanto or Mezocsat.


Photo identification #hungary

Tomer Brunner
 

Dear friends,
please take a look at the photo in the following ViewMath link:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7799

This photo was probably taken in Hungary in the early 1900s and was found
among DUSCHINSKY and REICH family papers, but I have no idea who is in it.

Please reply directly to me if you recognize anyone.
Thanks for any help!

Tomer Brunner, Israel

( please note that since next week the image will be in the ViewMath
archive.
Image number: VM7799 )


Hungary SIG #Hungary Mezocsat Holocaust Memorial #hungary

Carol J. Robinson <caroljr@...>
 

Thanks to the generosity of Dr. Schwarcz, the Mezocsat Holocaust
memorial has been transcribed and added to the Holocaust Memorial
Database. This database is searchable by searching the All Hungary
Database along with the memorials of 28 other towns. The Holocaust
memorial project is an active project, and we continue to collect and
transcribe photos of memorials in pre-Trianon areas.

Carol Robinson
H-SIG Research Coordinator
caroljr@...
Alameda, CA USA


Ida & Joseph Schwarcz wrote:

I was a child in Mezocsat before WW2 and I remember Glattstein's house and
store and that the cantor in the Synagogue was Kohn. He had a beautiful
voice. I have a photograph of the plaque in the cemetery of Mezocsat that
has the names of the persons taken to Auschwith and murdered in 1944. There
are Glattsteins and Kohns there.

Dr. Joseph M. Schwarcz

-----Original Message-----
From: macnietspingal@... [mailto:macnietspingal@...]
Sent: Wednesday, April 05, 2006 4:28 PM
To: H-SIG
Subject: [h-sig] Wikipedia helped me


I was searching the Wikipedia about Hungary because of the Dracula story on
the History Channel. Noticed they had all these cities listed and I had this
letter >from my father's sister which gave some birth info. Yep the city is
correct and listed in the Wikipedia and has a history page: Mezocsat.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mez%C5%91cs%C3%A1t.

His name was Eugene Jeno Kohn which he changed to Kowan when moved to the
US. That's where my father was born. I am named for his mom: Ethel
Glattstein. This is my first real reading of the letter. If I'm reading it
right, MY GOODNESS, I was the Secretary to a Dr. Irwin Glattstein at G.W.U.
Hillel, 1949. I consider him one of my life mentors, a wonderful person who
is responsible for how I read and talk about the Bible. No way, not
possible. Ethel died there.

My paternal grandfather, Illes Kohn who became Rev. Elias Kohn at the Temple
On the Heights, Cleveland was born in what looks like
Szau(n?)to, Abai(u?)j. In the Wikipedia I couldn't find anthing like the
Sz... town name but the Megye closest I could see was Abauj-Torna, a merger
of two counties on the right bank of the Tirza.

All of this info is related to the Kohn Chapel of the Temple On The Heights
in Cleveland.

I have a first cousin of whom I've lost track. Esther (Mrs. B.) Greenfield,
Van Nuys, CA. My last mail contact was 04/05/83. There I met my
grandfather's brother, Dr. Maurice Kowan a few years earlier. He is
mentioned on the Web with respect to Laetrile. He told me all about it. He
explained why he changed his name. The rest of the family remained Kohn. My
father changed his name to his uncle's when he came to the US.

I have picture of my father with a female companion in a Hungarian festival
in Cleveland in Hungarian costume.

Ethel Kowan Saltz
Greenbelt MD

Moderator: Have you checked the JewishGen website and the All-Hungary
Database for information about these places? I suspect that you will find
more reliable information than what is available at Wikipedia. Szanto is
the former name of a place in Abauj-Torna megye (county) that is now
Abaujszanto, Hungary. Mezocsat, Hungary is in Borsad megye. The All-Hungary
Database also includes a list of names of martyrs >from the Holocaust
memorial in Mezocsat at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Hungary/HolocaustMemorials.htm> I'm not
sure what this all has to do with Dracula or what information you are seeing
from H-SIG subscribers. If you are looking for information about the KOHN
family >from Abaujszanto, you are more likely to get useful responses if your
subject line says KOHN fm Abaujszanto or Mezocsat.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Photo identification #hungary

Tomer Brunner
 

Dear friends,
please take a look at the photo in the following ViewMath link:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7799

This photo was probably taken in Hungary in the early 1900s and was found
among DUSCHINSKY and REICH family papers, but I have no idea who is in it.

Please reply directly to me if you recognize anyone.
Thanks for any help!

Tomer Brunner, Israel

( please note that since next week the image will be in the ViewMath
archive.
Image number: VM7799 )