b&w photograph, outdoor, two women standing next to each other in the street next to a building's entrance. Location is the Jewish Quarter of Amsterdam. Both women are wearing a yellow star badge. Women are Herman de Leeuw’s sisters, on the left: Rachel (Shelley) and on the right Jetty (Henrietta).
Photograph : Paper : b&w ; Ht: 8,5 cm x W: 13,5 cm
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B&W, white border. Outdoors. Three people pose in front of a clearing which has stones placed on the grass to form words. On right is Esther Wolloch, a young woman with blond hair, wearing a floral dress with a light jacket draped over her shoulders. On left is her mother's older sister Rachel, a woman wearing a double-breasted coat. In front is Rachel's son Kalman, a boy with cropped hair. Esther has her hand on the boy's shoulder. All three are holding identical objects, possibly cylinders in bags or netting. Behind the clearing is forest. Words in grass are partially obscured by figures; but it appears to refer to the city Sl?nic Moldova and the date August 26, 1939. Narrative: Esther Wolloch was the older sister of the donor, Sheva (Wolloch) Honig. The family survived the Holocaust in the Czernowitz ghetto. Rachel and her son Kalman were shot and killed while being deported to Transnistria, date unknown.