This is a picture of my brother-in-law Bonjour's wedding. It was taken when I, my mother-in-law and Bonjour were entering the synagogue. The little girl next to us is my daughter. My father-in-law was deceased when Bonjour was married, I held the thallis.
This photograph was taken in Bursa in the Statues Plaza.
This picture was taken with my husband and my daughter in the Taksim garden.
This is a photograph of the family taken before the wedding of my brother-in-law Bonjour.
My husband's older sister Suzan-Albert Cukran, his mother Lucy Arguete, Bonjour's mother and father-in-law Mrs. Frankfort, Mr. Frankfort, my husband's sister Ceni and her husband Marko Uziyel are in this photograph.
This is our wedding picture.
In this photograph, you can see my father, mother, myself and my daughter on a street in Bursa.
This is my wedding invitation but it is written incorrectly. First the name of the bride's family is to be printed, "Sages" should have been written first. But this is how it was printed and distributed.My husband Avram Arguete was a very principled man, hard-working and honest. He had the nickname "Fuhrer" in Ortakoy because of his adherence to his principles and his harsh reactions. Just think about it. He was of short stature, always in a hurry, someone who walked fast and who was anxious. Our meeting was the result of a c
We can see Senor Abravanel in this photograph.. My mother's mother Flor Abravanel and father Senor Abravanel on the other hand were a family from Salonika (Today it is a city in Greece. But during the years we are talking about Bursa and Salonika were cities of the Ottoman Empire). My mother's father Seneor Abravanel was a manager of a bank in Salonika.His brother Jozef Abravanel was the ambassador for Portugal. His wife Viktorya and only son Jak were the other members of the family. My maternal grandmother Flor Abravanel was a teacher in Salonika.