This is my uncle Abram Abramson on vacation at Palanga resort in the 1930s. Abram is to the left of the door. The other people are his friends-musicians, whom I didn’t know.
My father was the eldest of the brothers. Then Abram was born in 1890. He was a violinist and worked in the orchestra of the Kaunas opera theater. I don’t recall his wife’s name, maybe it was Betya, but I clearly remember his children’s names. The eldest, Israel, was my age. Before World War II he was a student. The younger Lev and Anna went to a lyceum. Abram’s family perished in Kaunas ghetto during its liquidation in 1944.