My brother Andrija Grossberger, me and our governess Gerta Stopar. The photo was taken on our family property near Sombor in the summer of 1932.
One female servant and a cook lived and worked in our house. These women were foreigners and non-Jews. The servants were a normal practice at the time and not a sign of luxury. In our family's case they were especially necessary because my mother, Klara, was often sick and my stepmother did not know how to cook.