Ietti Leibovici at work

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This is me, Ietti Leibovici, the one on the right, with two co-workers by the window of the Policlinic, where I worked at the card index. The photograph was taken around 1961-1962 by one of my co-workers.

I graduated the first 2 years of primary school at the Romanian school in Vatra Dornei, and 2 years - 3rd and 4th - at the Jewish school in Vatra Dornei; then, when I returned from Transnistria, for another 7 years, I attended high school under the evening studies system - there were 11 grades in those days [after World War II]. I resumed my studies around 1946. I studied both under the optional attendance and under the evening studies system, as I started working. I started working in May 1949. My first job was for the Knitwear Factory as a quality controller.

I got married in 1954, and I left my job at that time, I stayed at home for approximately 5 years. I secured another job after 5 years, in the beginning I worked at the policlinic's registry office for 26 years, then all the Hospitals and Policlinics merged, and everything was placed under the leadership of the Sanitary Department, and I was transferred as a cashier working for the Financial Office of the Sanitary Department. I worked there until I retired in 1986.

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Interviewee: Ietti Leibovici
Emoke Major
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Botosani, Romania


Ietti Leibovici
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Vatra Dornei
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Romania (1920-1945)
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Office clerk
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