Here on this photo I am standing to the left, in the middle my younger son Sorin and to the right my older son Fabian.
The picture was taken in Dorohoi, but I can’t recognize the place anymore.
It was probably on a Saturday or Sunday, were we would go out for a walk and a good friend of mine took this photo of us.
We had friends who were taking pictures of us so instantly either in the park, at a bargain, balls and different meetings.
They were giving us the pictures free of charge.
In this photo I am on the right side, in the middle is my wife Ietti and to the left is the brother of my wife, Ciubotaru Sumer.
The photo was taken on the 15th of September, 1947 in Dorohoi at the Taslich ceremony.
I don’t remember who took the photo, probably an amateur who was also participating at the Taslich ceremony. I was a close friend with Sumer, my wife’s brother.
We all went together for the Taslich ceremony, where we took this photo.
This is me with two friends of mine. I am the one on the left and the middle one is Lupu - he died
- and on the right is Nathan Pitaru - he is alive and lives in Israel, but I do not know where.
This photo was taken between 1948-49, where I was still a cavalier bachelor.
This is my older son, Sorin Meer, when he served the army.
After completing the Faculty of Mechanics in Iasi, he was serving six months of army in Târgu-Mureş - reapairing the tanks where he received the rank of a lieutenant.
This is my younger son, Fabian Meer, when he was serving the army.
After completing the Faculty of Civil Engineering in Iasi, he served six months of army in Constanta.
Where he receives the rank of lieutenant.
This is me with my wife Ietti Meer.
This photo was taken in the 1948, where we weren’t married yet.
On the back of the photo I wrote:
"As a sign of remembrance and friendship, hoping there will be more inthe future.. Eti si Simon."
This is me, my wife Ietti Meer and my son, Fabian.
We photographed Fabian here between 1955-56, by then he was 4 years old.
This is my wife's sister - Betty Pietraru.
The picture was taken in Dorohoi, in the photo workshop Mimosa, which is approved by a stamp at back of the photo.