This is a picture of my cousin, the daughter of my mother's oldest sister. I don’t know their names. The photo was taken in Palestine in the middle of the 1920s and was sent to us in Ilintsy.
My nephew Benyum Rosenblum (Shyfra's son). Photo made at kibutz in Israel in 1947 - shortly after they arrived in Israel and sent to me in Lvov in 1950s.
My mother's sister Enta, my father and mother at a kibutz in Israel. Photo made in Israel in 1953 to have me see how they looked, as we hadn't seen each other for 8 years.
My parents: Aron and Tsyrl Starozum. Photo made in Israel in 1950s to be mailed to me, their only son, in the Soviet Union.
My younger brother Ernest Schwartz with his wife Ioheved. My sister Yelizaveta Klein (nee Schwartz), gave me this photograph, when we met in Budapest in 1965 for the first time after 24 years apart. My sister corresponded with my brother after World War II while I didn't know he had survived. I met with my brother later, but as for his wife, I've only seen a photo of hers. This photo was taken in Ramat Gan in Israel in 1956.
This is me, Lubov Rozenfeld. Since 1999 I've lived in Ashkelon in Israel. An acquaintance of mine photographed me at home. Ashkelon, 2002.
This is my son [Peter Gottlieb] holding a nice black cat.
The photo was taken after he had lost all his hair. He had cancer, and lost his hair, because he had to undergo chemotherapy.
The photo was taken in Israel, it is written 1995 on its back. He died in 1996.
In autumn 1948 I got married. I was in the second degree at the university.
My wife had been my classmate in high school in Nagybanya, in the last degree.