This is me (first from left), my granddaughter Dana Kanalis and my daughter Tatiana Miakushkina. This photo was taken at Dana's wedding in Jerusalem in 2001.
This photo was taken in Israel, in Netanya. It was somewhere up, and there was a marvellous walkway all along, and what I liked that the parks weren’t symmetrical, but flowers grew freely, it was marvellous. Palmtrees all along, all kinds. There weren’t symmetric flowerbeds and trees, so that one would feel in a wonderland... The wide walkway led to the seaside. One could go down to the shore on steps. It takes one hour and a half, two hours by car to get there.
This is my daughter Erika Shoval [nee Grossmann], her husband Moni Shoval and my granddaughter, Saphir.
They are all siblings, my cousins, none of them is alive, none. The first from left is Erzsi Grosz, the second from left Erno Grosz, the third Szeren Grosz, the fourth Zsenka Grosz, the fifth Kajmi Grosz, the first from right is Dezso Grosz. They gathered once in a year in Israel, they took this photo on such an occasion, but I swear I could not tell when.
This photo was taken on the wedding of the son, Efraim Jakabovits of my sister Miriam Jakabovits [nee Grosz]. The first from left is my brother-in-law [Hersi Jakabovits], next to him is my sister, the third is my sister’s son, the groom, next to him is Eti, the bride, the fifth from left is Eti’s sister, her husband is next to her, and the person on the right side is Eti’s mother, Gizella. The bride’s family was from Botosani, they were Romanian Jews.
This is my son [Peter Gottlieb] holding a nice black cat. The photo was taken after he had lost all his hair. He had cancer, and lost his hair, because he had to undergo chemotherapy. The photo was taken in Israel, it is written 1995 on its back. He died in 1996.