y grandparents in their home.
My mother as a young woman.
My father as a little boy.
Erzsi’s mother aunt Berta was one of my mother's aunts. She was the youngest one. She was very smart, and cross-eyed, and one of the ugliest of the girls, and she married a man named Richard Igel. Uncle Igel was a schorte /wiry/ haired, bandy-legged Jewish man. He never did know Hungarian well. He was from Moravia, and was the son of a very well-to-do family. My mother's family got to know his mother, and his five sisters who were elegant ladies. They were well-to-do Moravian Jews.
This is my mother’s mother, I don’t know too much about her because she died short after my birth.
Our family on a holiday in Nogradveroce.
Me and grandpa Ullmann.
My mother with friends on an excursion.