This a picture of my husband's father Israel Menahem (first from left) and a friend of his on the holiday of Purim. They are dressed as Macedonian revolutionaries. The photo was taken in Pleven in the 1900s. My husband's father was an important egg merchant. He exported production wholesale to Austria. He lived in the town of Pleven. There was such a concurrence of circumstances that he went bankrupt and died. His family moved to Sofia in 1935. They rented a lodging in the town and started to work.