This is a photo of my mother Sarina Kohen, nee Haravon, with friends of hers. My mother is around 20 years old here. She is first on the right. The photo was taken in Kyustendil in the 1920s.
This photo was taken in Kyustendil in 1932-33. It shows me (first from left), my mother Sarina Kohen (first from right), my grandmother Bohora Haravon and my second brother Albert Kohen.
This is a photo of my mother Sarina Haravon in Kyustendil between 1910 and 1912. My mother is on the right above with the long hair. I do not remember the other people. The photo was taken in Kyustendil.
This is a photo of my mother Sarina Haravon with friends. It was taken in the 1910s in Kyustendil. My mother is the first on the right and is holding a small bag.
This is a photo of my mother Sarina Haravon with friends probably in Kyustendil. It was taken in the 1910s. My mother is sitting first on the left. The woman sitting next to her is a friend of hers, whose family had a workshop for ironing and straightening of curtains on Stamboliiski Blvd in Sofia. They are dressed in Jewish costumes 'bindali'.
This is a photo of my father Mihael Kohen with friends. I suppose it was taken in Sofia before he married in 1922. My father is first on the left. Second on the left is Buko Levi, who is father of Haim Levi, with whom we were volunteers in the Fatherland War [1944-1945].
This is a photo taken in the park around the nearby church 'St Nikola' in Sofia in the 1960s. My grandfather and my father liked to spend their time in that park. My father Mihael Kohen is third from left to right on the photo.
This is a photo of my uncle Isak Haravon in 1933. It was taken in Kyustendil.
My mother's youngest brother Isak Haravon, was an electrical technician. He lived mostly in Kyustendil. He was a fan of Tolstoy as regards moral and character. He did not drink and he was a vegetarian. His wife's name was Matilda, nee Benaroya, and she was born in Berkovitsa. They left for Israel. They have two children - Ida Levi, who was a housewife and Yeuda Haravon, who worked as an electrical engineer. Isak Haravon and his family lived in Ramat-Gan.