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Szczuczyn Photo Album, Part 5

Pictures taken in Poland


[Back row L-R]: Chaja Rejzla
(nee Amrofel) Kielczewski, Zyszko Amrofel, Rochel (nee Abramczyk) Amrofel [Front row L-R]: Josef and
Sheineh Amrofel

Amrofel Family
[L-R]: Zyszko Amrofel,
Rochel (nee Abramczyk) Amrofel,
Josef and Sheineh

Chaim Dawid Rozensztejn and
wife Michla (nee Abramczyk) Rozensztejn. Herschel Rozensztejn is holding the loop. The family ended up in the Warsaw Ghetto.
Herschel (Harry) was sent to Treblinka, where he survived, the only one in this family.

[L-R]: Lea, Josef
and Sheineh Amrofel

Josef Amrofel

Lea Amrofel, ca 1929

Josef and Sheineh Amrofel

Chaja Rejzla (nee Amrofel) Kielczewski

Chaja Rejzla (nee Amrofel) Kielczewski's
children

Chaim Dawid Rozensztejn and a cousin

Mojsze Sosnowski, 1939

Michalsky Family
They lived on Senatorski Street.

Sztern Family Passport Photo, 1931
[Top row]: Chaia Dvora Sztern
[Bottom row L-R]: Berta Sztern,
Ester (Aida) Sztern, Gregorio Sztern

Szlomo Zajdenberg, 1917
[Photo taken in Warsaw
during Army service]

Zajdenberg Family, 1921
[L-R]: unknown, Szlomo, sibling of Szlomo, Moszko Zajdenberg, sibling of Szlomo

Gorczycka Family, ca 1904
Mother, Zysla, Chaja Liba
Sora Ena (nee Surawicz - daughter of Rabbi Szemen Aryeh
Surawicz of Radzilow) and husband Yitzhak Bergsztejn
[Photo may have been taken in Radzilow or Szczuczyn;
couple married in Radzilow, lived in Szczuczyn]
Read about Sora Ena's father, Rabbi Szemen Surawicz;
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Rabbi Szoel Wolf Bergsztejn
{Shaul Ze'ev Bergstein), 1920's
Head of Yeshiva Szczuczyn-
Siedlce-Sokolow.
[Photo taken in Siedlce]

Ruben Palenbaum,
1890's to early 1900's

Kowalski/Marnowicz Family, ca 1904
[Girl in front]: Dorothy Marnowicz
[L-R]: Yitzchak Moshe (Isadore/Izzy)
Kowalski, Celia Marnowicz,
Zlata Perla (nee Palenbaum) (widow of
Mejer Hersz Kowalski, from Radzilow) Marnowicz, Mildred Marnowicz,
Sara Rywka (Rebecca) Kowalski

Zlata Perla (nee Palenbaum), ca 1904
Moszk Dawid Kurzondkowski

Lejba (Arieh) Szejnberg
Polish Army, 1929

Necha (nee Elensztejn) Szejnberg