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A. Prof. Zondek, an internist at Bikur Holim hospital in 1940s. His two brothers were also doctors
B. Meni Grau, a graphic artist and teacher at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design
C. Michaelis, a banker in Jerusalem
D. A soldier from Jerusalem during War of Independence
E. Yvette Chupack, a painter
Behind the lens of Hannah and Efraim Degani – part 3
This time we present images of people from different fields before and after State of Israel's establishment, documented by couple that owned Photo Prisma photography shop in Jerusalem
The treasure of photographs taken by Hannah and Efraim Degani of Jerusalem is rich and of high standard. The two documented many people at their Photo Prisma photography shop, and this time we have chosen to bring you several pictures from the extensive collection.

 

We don't have a lot of information about some of people in the photos, so we would appreciate it if anyone identifying them could add some details through the talkback feature.


 

1. Mrs. Trifos, a family doctor's wife (R); Prof. Biberkraut, a Bible researcher


 

2. Moshe Unna (R); Dr. Leo Feuchtwanger, a banker


 

3. Arnona (R); Shoshana Gershonovich, a laboratory assistant at the Hadassah Hospital's pathology department


 

4. Annie Rubinger, wife of photographer David Rubinger (R); Prof. Emilio Franco, director of the Hadassah Hospital's pathology department


 

5. Avraham Bernstein, a musician (R); Prof. William Sandberg


 

6. Isidor Acsheim, a painter (R); a rabbi


 

7. Asher Bing, a Jerusalem teacher and educator (R); Elsa Pins, wife of painter Jacob Pins


 

8. Meron Sima, a painter (R); Glazer, a Hagana member


 

9. Prof. Roccah, a musician (R); Arie Aroch, a painter and Foreign Ministry worker

 

 

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פרסום ראשון: 12.07.09, 15:08
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