This is me with my grandson Yevgeniy Kasymov. This photo was taken in Kishinev in 1999. It was taken in my apartment on 30th August, on my 80th birthday. My relatives in Israel sent me this gown for my 80th birthday.
This is my daughter Tatiana Kasymova. This photo was taken in Kishinev in 1972. Tatiana was a 3rd year student of the Leningrad Medical Pediatric College at the time. She was going back to Leningrad after having vacations and we prepared all these fruit for her.
This is me on my 50th birthday. This photo was taken in Kishinev in 1969. I was singing Jewish songs and my husband and my daughter were taking photos.
This is me, Busia Makalets, at work in the Radio committee. This photo was taken in Kishinev in 1962. One of my colleagues took this photo.
This is my husband Yevgeniy Makalets with our daughter Tatiana Kasymova. This photo was taken in Kishinev in 1957. My husband took our daughter for a stroll near the fountain in the town garden after the 1st May parade.
This is me, my husband Yevgeniy Makalets and my brothers. This photo was taken in Kishinev in 1947. From left to right: my husband Yevgeniy Makalets, my brother Mikhail Volok, my brother David's first wife Ida, my brother David Volok. Our family was photographed a year after our wedding. I am wearing an outfit, in which I sang in the Moldova choir.
This is my father Litman Volok. This photo was taken in Cinislia in 1918. The inscription says: The person in this photo really exists.
Busia MakaletsKishinevMoldovaInterviewer: Nathalia FominaDate of interview: May 2004
This is me, Polina Leibovich in my apartment. This photo was taken in Kishinev in 2004.