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Margit Deutsch

This is Margit Deutsch, my husband Gyula Deutsch’s mother.

I don't know when the photo was taken since there's no date on it. But it was taken in Szaszregen because the photographer has its seal on it. On the seal it's written in Romanian Reghin-Borsec, so it seems the photographer had a studio in Borszek, as well.

My mother-in-law was born in 1889. The wife of the furniture factory owner in Marosvasarhely, Mestitz, and Gyula's mother were sisters.

Jeno Moskovits' application for employment as a teacher

This is my father Jeno Moskovits’ handwriting. He wrote this request to the management of the school in Marosvasarhely when he applied for a vacancy. He taught in Zilah until then. He wrote:

'Highly-respected School Board!

The undersigned hereby turns with respectful request to the Highly-respected School Board to ask you to select me for one of the teacher job opportunities you have at your school. Allow me to present the following in support of my request:

Gyula Deutsch

This is a picture of my husband, Gyula Deutsch, at the age of around ten. He is in their court-yard in Szaszregen, and there's a tub with water in which he used to have a paddle in the summer.

Back then there were no swimming pools like those you see today. Children were quite happy with a trough or tub their parents used to fill with water in the summer for the children to have a paddle in.

Gyula Deutsch with his brother and cousins

This picture was taken in January of 1922.

The first from left is Gyula Deutsch, my husband, behind him is Juci Mestitz, then Laci Deutsch, Gyula's brother, and in the back Juci's brother, Misi Mestitz. T

he photo was taken in the court-yard of the Mestitz’s house in Marosvasarhely. I know that Juci gave this picture to Gyula. The children’s mothers were sisters.

The Deutsch family lived both in Szaszregen and in Marosvasarhely. They were wealthy; they owned a textile store in Szaszregen and they also had a store here in Marosvasarhely.

Jeno Moskovits

This photo was taken inside the Deutsch store, my husband Gyula’s family had in Szaszregen. You can see the counters.

The man standing there is Gyula's father, Samuel Deutsch. The picture was probably taken before World War II, but I don't know when exactly.

My husband’s family lived both in Szaszregen and in Marosvasarhely. They were wealthy; they owned a textile store in Szaszregen, which was founded by Gyula's grandparents at the end of the 1880s. They also had a store here in Marosvasarhely.

The Deutsch textile store

This photo was taken inside the Deutsch store, my husband Gyula’s family had in Szaszregen. You can see the counters.

The man standing there is Gyula's father, Samuel Deutsch. The picture was probably taken before World War II, but I don't know when exactly.

My husband’s family lived both in Szaszregen and in Marosvasarhely. They were wealthy; they owned a textile store in Szaszregen, which was founded by Gyula's grandparents at the end of the 1880s. They also had a store here in Marosvasarhely.

Eva Deutsch

Targu Mures, Románia

Eva DeutschCity: MarosvasarhelyCountry: RomaniaInterviewer: Ildiko MolnarDate of interview: August 2003

Eva Deutsch is an extremely friendly, warm-hearted and energetic old lady. She has a slim figure and wears simple clothes.

Her husband died in the spring of 2003, and it still feels quite odd for her to live alone in the spacious three-bedroom apartment.

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Julia (Juci) Scheiner

Targu Mures, Románia

Juci Scheiner
Targu Mures
Romania
Interviewer: Ildiko Molnar
Date of interview: October 2002

If in the interwar period you mentioned the name Juci Mestitz in Marosvasarhely, the majority of the people knew whom you were talking about.

She was everybody's favorite and has been ever since. You can still feel her distinguished education by the way she dresses and behaves. She looks stylish and neat.

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