This is a photo of my husband's uncle Mois Menahem and his wife Regina. The photo was taken in the 1910s in Sofia. He was a bank clerk at the National Bank in Sofia. Mois died long before the Holocaust, and his wife and daughter went to Israel. My husband's maternal grandfather was named Menahem and his grandmother Rahel. My husband's maternal grandfather came to Bulgaria from Serbia and he married in the town of Pleven - his wife was from there. They had five sons and two daughters: Mois, Benzion, Haim, Eliezer, David, Sara and my husband's mother Oro. Menahem was a trader. The family was very intelligent and my husband's grandmother worked at two places so that they could send their sons to study abroad. She worked in a studio for mattresses in the winter and in a dairy in the summer.