Postcard : Paper : Ink : Black, White, Green, Red ; Ht: 13 cm x W: 9 cm
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The front of the postcard shows a portrait picture of D. Frischmann, who is wearing glasses, and has a mustache. On the back is a stamp from the Austrian-Hungarian Empire with a portrait of Kaiser Franz Joseph, worth 5 Heller. David Frischmann, also known as David Frishman (1859, Poland-1922, Berlin) was a poet, essayist, storyteller, critic and journalist, one of the first major writers of modern Hebrew literature. Narrative: This postcard was written by Bernhard Kissman (Donor's father) to his fiancee Fritzi Winter (Donor's mother) who lived at that time with her parents in Tescheutz, Bukowina. They got married in July 1913. Bernhard Kissman worked at various places in forestry. Postcards between them were written daily, often a letter followed.
Group portrait of kindergarten children posing in three rows, with headgear and holding various flags and posters.
They are accompanied by two ladies and are standing on a stage in front of a large collage pinned to a curtain.
In the foreground is a table covered by a large sheet of paper with a star of David and, on it, a potted plant.
Local: Interior, presumably a school auditorium
Context: Jewsih People's Schools kindergarten