Photograph : Paper : Handwritten : Ink, Watercolor : White, Black, Blue ; Ht: 30 cm x W: 23,75 cm
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B&W portrait with hand-coloured elements on beige paper backing. Part of background is coloured blue, subject's eyes, beard and hat coloured black. Photograph is of Zeidel Buruch Eli Israel. Subject was Orthodox, he is bearded and wears a black square hat. Narrative: Zeidel Buruch Eli Israel was the father-in-law of the donor, Olga Rabinovitz Bilich. He lived in Liubar and was murdered in Babi Yar with his daughter, son-in-law and 4 grandchildren.
319 pages. Hardcover, cardboard bound with string. Cover is textured black fabric with no text; title is printed in gold along the spine, surrounded by a rectangular boarder; the back cover is blank. Interior pages are beige with text and b&w illustrations. The page before the title page is glossy white, with an illustration of a man in front of a black background. The book's title is printed along the bottom.
142 pages; hardcover book with fabric tape along its spine; the cover is blue, white, grey & black. The title is printed on a blue sticker, that has been adhered to the cardboard, the title and drawing across this is white; the spine is black. The interior pages consist of text, with black and white photographs as well as a few coloured illustrations. Some of the interior pages (with the colour illustrations) are printed on glossy paper; there are English captions with the Hebrew ? captions. Narrative: Book describing the growth and colonization in Israel
Album : bound, embossed, embellished, gilded, photography, handwritten : brown, copper, gold, black, beige ; Ht: 13,5 cm x W: 23,5 cm
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Approximately 30 pages. Hardcover, cardboard bound with cord. Cover is dark brown, faux-leather with a very defined imprinted floral pattern; the title is gilded on the upper left side. The right side has an attached copper-coloured metal embellishment, surrounded with a fabric tape border, with gilded detailing. The embellishment is of a profile of a boy, resting a pick axe on his shoulder. The spine is covered with a brown plastic tape; a brown cord is threaded between 2 holes, positioned vertically on the spine, covered with plastic reinforcements. Inside covers have a brown wood-grain pattern. Interior pages are black cardstock, with brown picture corners glued to the surface, however, no pictures are found throughout the book. Pages are interleafed with beige, textured vellum. A card was inserted into the first page: beige with a black double-lined border and black printed text and black fields, which have been filled out by hand, with pencil. Narrative: The inserted card is a receipt for a new applicant to the Jewish National Workers' Alliance in New York, dated January 1, 1951.
b&w, Lou Zablow lights a memorial candle at the Israel Pavillion during a ceremony at Expo 67. On the left hand side is Tibor Weinberger; the man on the right is unidentified. All three men are wearing (replicas?) concentration camp uniforms with their respective prisoner identification numbers.The memorial candle is placed on top of a table covered with the Canadian flag. Narrative: Lou Zablow (1924-2005) was a Holocaust survivor from Lodz, Poland. He survived the Lodz ghetto, was deported to Auschwitz where he stayed four days before being sent to slave labour in Lieberose, Sachenhausen, and Mauthausen concentration camps. In April 1945, he was forced on a death march to Gunskirchen concentration camp where he was liberated by the US army. He immigrated to Montreal in 1949 and became the president of the Association of Survivors of Nazi Oppression (circa 1963-1971) and took part in the creation of the MHMC in 1979.
Hard cover. Stories of the bible for children. On the cover there are 12 oval shields with the names and symbols of the 12 tribes of Israel (Reuben, Simeon, Judah, Issachar, Zebulun, Benjamin, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Ephraim and Manasseh). On the back is an illustration of a map of Israel with temples, important locations (Samariah, Jerusalem, Dan), borders with surrounding countries, people and animals.
Cover has Yiddish title printed in the centre. Number 2 is drawn on top left corner in blue pencil. Narrative: The handwritten book of technical drawings was created for students at the Vilna Yiddish Technical School supported by ORT.. It was adapted and translated from German texts as no technical drawing books , printed in Yiddish ,existed at the time.
It is not known how this book survived the war, but in 1946. it was given to Shulamit Zhabinskaya, the author’s daughter, by an ex-student of the ORT school.