This is my mother Elvira Lidgi. Eleven days after the wedding on a honeymoon in Romania and Hungary. She is wearing a Romanian traditional costume. On the back of the photo there is an inscription in ink probably done by Elvira herself:
‘I am 21 years, 11 months and 23 days old - Romania - Hungary. / 12th June 1924
11 days after the wedding - Hercules Bad [Baile Herculane spa], the Cerna River. So happy moments from my new life. Doubt is rising in me. Will these so happy and unforgettable days continue? ‘
This is a paper from 1948 which certifies that my father, Carol Springer, made a donation for a tree to be planted in Erez Israel, in the wood of the martyrs of Transylvania. It was done in the memory of my maternal grandmother, Adela Iszakovics, who was gassed in Auschwitz in 1944.
This is me in 1985, here in Brasov; I had this picture taken at the request of some friends of mine from the USA. I had been there in 1984 to visit Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New York, and I stayed at some Jewish friends of mine, former colleagues from the faculty of medicine in Bucharest, Jean and Olga Aronovici.
This is a photo of me and my husband, Iuliu Adler, taken on our wedding day, 6th June 1966, in the city hall here, in Brasov.
This is my sister, Alice Raphael, nee Springer, when she was 16. The photo was taken in 1954 when she graduated from Unirea high school, here, in Brasov, she was wearing the uniform in this photo.
This is a picture of me and my sister, Alice Raphael, nee Springer. The photo was taken in 1953, in the central park in Brasov. There was no special occasion, we just wanted to have our picture taken. I believe it was just before we graduated from high school.
This is my sister, Alice Raphael, nee Springer, when she was six or eight months old. My parents used to say that she looked like a little apple because she was chubby as a child, with big round red cheeks!