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Łomza
POLAND



 

THE ZOLONDZ FAMILY
from the collection of Archie Marcus

**This exhibition is dedicated to Mr. Archie Marcus, who passed away in Oct 2005.
He was a good man who cared very much about preserving the history of his family.**
 


Yechiel and Reizel
(nee Moskowitz)
19 Nov 1933
"Sweet ....,
Let us send our
beloved uncle
a photograph
for remembrance,
from your beloved
 sister's children."

 

Unknown couple
17 Jun 1936

Salchele Odoner,
one of Reizel's daughters
1937

Children of Feivel and
 Reizel L. Odoner
1938

June and Yove Odoner
Reizel's daughters
1939
 

Abraham, Cipe, Slove
and Dvoshe Zolondz
date unknown

Berl Zolondz
seated, front row,
second from right,
date unknown

Esther Zolondz
(nee Yanovich),
seated on right
date unknown
 

Chaim Gryngras
Shanghai, China
22 Jul 1946

Chia Bluma's mother
Warszawa
late 1800s
 

Bernard and Cipe
(Chaya Tsipe) Landau,
with baby
date unknown

Cipe (Chaya Tzipe)
 Zolondz
date unknown

Cipe, Slove and
Dvoshe Zolondz
date unknown

Cipe Zolondz
date unknown

Cipe and Bernard Landau's
wedding day
date unknown
 

Grandparents Mottel
and Esther Zolondz,
with Slave, Avraham
and Dvoshe

date unknown
 

Karl Odoner,
Reisel's husband

date unknown

Lete Zolondz (lt.),
Shirley (ctr.)

date unknown

Unknown couple

date unknown

Mottel Zolondz
and son-in-law
Bernard Landau

date unknown

Seated: Mottel,
Dvoshe, Ester Zolondz.
Standing: "Cipe and
husband Bernard Landau

date unknown
 

Mother and her
two children

names unknown

date unknown
 

Mottel and Esther Zolondz

date unknown

Mottel Zolondz

date unknown

Man in U.S.
Navy Uniform

name unknown

date unknown
 

Reisel (rt.) and
Sorque (lt.) Zolondz

date unknown

Nojem and Rivka
Zolondz
and children

1937

Nojem Zolondz

date unknown
 

Nojem Zolondz
in hat and coat

date unknown

Rut. Landau

date unknown

Zolondz family
 standing (l. to r.),
Nojim, Reizel, Abraham,
Leiche and Berl.
Seated (l. to r.),
Dvoshe, Esther,
Mottel and Slave.

cir early 1920s

Unknown male

date unknown


Marcyk Family
Standing, l. to r.:
Gussie, Peshy, Chanah.
Seated, l. to r.:
Edna, father Israel Ber,
Sylvia & mother Mollie
(nee Dziubkowicz).
date unknown
 

Slove Zolondz

date unknown
 

Slove, probably

date unknown

Slove and other woman

date unknown

Szjena Itka,
Leiche and Berl

date unknown

Photograph taken
in Lomza studio
 

Two sisters,
names unknown

date unknown


unknown woman

date unknown

Unknown woman in hat

date unknown

Unknown girl
holding papers

date unknown

 

Three woman a man

date unknown

 

Unknown girl and boy

date unknown

It is unfortunate that I hadn't had the opportunity to see Archie at least one more time. I had wanted to interview him about his Zolondz family, as he seemed to know a great deal about their history back in Poland. Thus, there are a good number of photos displayed here of people who remain unidentified.
Archie served as a captain in the Air Force during World War II. In the States, he worked for the IRS. In his retirement years, he often volunteered at hospitals, nursing homes and day care centers.
His wife of fifty-five years, Mimi, had passed away in 2001. He is survived by three siblings, three children and six grandchildren. They all adored him.

Two women in Tel Aviv

date unknown

 


 


 

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