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  • Alfreda and Harry Bayer Lisa's Bayer grandparents on right, and Lisa's mother's parent's on left. Photo taken in Miami (1950) -
  • Arthur and Eva Goldsmith and family -
  • Bernie Cope and Jack Meltzer Photo (2013) - Cindy Potter Taylor / Ben Kissen
  • DMJ Florida Reunion Flyer 3/10/2013 (2013) - Cindy Potter Taylor / Ben Kissen
  • Falk and Raizel Ilewicki "A photograph of my great grandparents Falk and Raizel Ilewicki holding a picture of my grandfather, Gershon Ilewicki.":Peter Lewis -

  • Reuben Karlin Italy WWII (1944) -
  • Robert Haines Photo (2013) - Cindy Potter Taylor / Ben Kissen
  • Theta Rho Sorority (1945) -
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  • Junior Hadassah -

  • Mendel Shine (1870) -
    • Madawaska
      • Chain Apparel Shops "The Chain Apparel Shops, located in Madawaska were owned by Irving Broder, who also owned several stores in Bangor" -
    • Newport
      • Shapiros market Mel Boyle on left, with Howard Shapro , owner of the store on the corner of Main Street and Mill Street, later became Foster's, now the bottle redemption center. Check out all the wares for sale. Howard later opened the Tastee-Freeze out at Frog Pond Corn (1952) -
    • Sweden
      • Camp Tapawingo My sisters and I attended the camp during the years 1954 - 1960. Each of us went for 3 to 4 summers. All campers and counselors wore uniforms. : Barbara Erdreich Fine (1958) -
      • Camp Tapawingo group photo My sisters and I attended the camp during the years 1954 - 1960. Each of us went for 3 to 4 summers. All campers and counselors wore uniforms. : Barbara Erdreich Fine (1959) -
      • Camp Tapawingo group photo I (1928) -
      • Camp Tapawingo group swimming My mother, Irma Rae Bloch (Erdreich) was born and lived in Selma, Alabama. She attended Camp Tapawingo in the late 1920s: Barbara E. Fine (1928) -