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Studio portrait of Reuven Schwartz studying a Jewish text.

Studio portrait of Reuven Schwartz studying a Jewish text.

Studio portrait of Sara Zlotnik, the wife of Reb Shlomo Zlotnik.  She died in 1915 during a typhus epidemic.

Studio portrait of Sara Zlotnik, the wife of Reb Shlomo Zlotnik. She died in 1915 during a typhus epidemic.

Studio portrait of Rabbi Nachman Fatschtek of Dabrowica.

Studio portrait of Rabbi Nachman Fatschtek of Dabrowica.

Studio portrait of Israel and Chuma Lubochinski, parents of Malka Lubochinski.

Studio portrait of Israel and Chuma Lubochinski, parents of Malka Lubochinski.

Studio portrait of Jewish businessman Reb Reuven Kaganov.  Reb Reuven Kaganov worked in the flour business in Eisiskes and was known by his Polish nickname "bialy zyd" (white Jew).  He died a natural death prior to the German occupation of Eisiskes.

Studio portrait of Jewish businessman Reb Reuven Kaganov. Reb Reuven Kaganov worked in the flour business in Eisiskes and was known by his Polish nickname "bialy zyd" (white Jew). He died a natural death prior to the German occupation of Eisiskes.

Studio portrait of Alexander (Zizkind) and Yona Wygocka.

Studio portrait of Alexander (Zizkind) and Yona Wygocka.

Studio portrait of a religious Polish Jewish man.  Pictured is the father of Peretz's wife (possibly Avram Szczupacki) who worked as a smith.

Studio portrait of a religious Polish Jewish man. Pictured is the father of Peretz's wife (possibly Avram Szczupacki) who worked as a smith.

Studio portrait of a Jewish family in Bedzin, Poland.  Pictured are Sara Bajla and Mosze Fiszel with their two children, Fela (front left) and Jakob (front right).

Studio portrait of a Jewish family in Bedzin, Poland. Pictured are Sara Bajla and Mosze Fiszel with their two children, Fela (front left) and Jakob (front right).

Studio portrait of Rabbi Heschil Gottesman of Drohobycz.

Studio portrait of Rabbi Heschil Gottesman of Drohobycz Poland - Drohobycz, 1921 Photo: Natan Heilig

Studio portrait of Leibke (Aryeh) Sonenson.  He was an active Zionist and immigrated to Palestine in the 1920s.  He later returned to Eisiskes where he was murdered with his family in the September 1941killing action.

Studio portrait of Leibke (Aryeh) Sonenson. He was an active Zionist and immigrated to Palestine in the He later returned to Eisiskes where he was murdered with his family in the September action.

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