Unidentified woman with arms crossed over table, looking down. With note on back: "Alone and afraid. That's when the troubles seem to multiply, almost too much to cope with. That's when a talk with the skilled, professional counselors [sic] at our Jewish Family Service will help most..."
Also on back: "Federation poster No. 1".
Portrait of elderly man resting his face on his palm, with a forlorn expression on his face. With note on back: "Lonely and empty, this man looks forward with dread to his retirement years. Our community program for the aged can help him..."
Postcard addressed to Mrs. I Rabinovitch, contains lakeside view with trees, property and mountains in background. Handwriting on back reads: "My dear Eva. Just arrived to Lucerne and found your two letters which meant very very much to me. I really am lonesome for you and boodie. The experience of being so far away from you two is not at all pleasant. It seems that we are much better off when we are together. Well, after Warsaw - beautiful Switzerland proves to be a tonic. I have not yet seen very much of Lucerne, but it seems to be a real dream. Love to boodie, Rab.
Interior, and elderly man and woman are watching a younger man manipulate a piece of clay. With note on back: "Molding new interests. For every age group our Jewish community center provides a range of creative activity..."
Interior; in the foreground an elderly man is seated at a desk with a notebook, while an elderly woman reads the newspaper in the background. With note on back: "At home in a home. These golden-agers enjoy the privacy of their own home in our community's home for the aged..."
Unidentified female child and unidentified man seated at table, on which rests toys/learning tools. With note: "It's a game. But, in the hands of a skilled case worker or psychilogist [sic], testing can be a most valuable diagnostic and therapeutic tool ..."
Interior, an elderly woman works on arts and crafts, a woman in a white uniform stands beside her. With note on back: "Nimble, busy fingers help this lady - and so many like her - weave a new life, secure her in the golden years and free from fear and loneliness..."