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Abe Mirvish, Clip created from Collection

This clip has been edited from a number of videos that comprise the Abe Mirvish Video Series. This clip shows the procession of the Opening of Parliament in Cape Town, a hike in Jonkershoek, and a child's party.

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Blieden Family, "Register of Zundel Blieden"

Handwritten documentation of the registration of Zundel Blieden's family in Staro-Shagaren, Lithuania (Žagarė, Lithuania), 1848. Zundel Blieden (1814-c1882) was a grain merchant. He married Nese Saganowsky (1814 – c1887) and they had nine children, 5 sons and 4 daughters. Their children were Benjamin Blieden (1834 – 1890), Jacob (Yankel) Blieden (1835-1912), Abraham Blieden (1843 – 1939), Feige Latzky (nee Blieden) (1843 -1919), Sheine (Jennie) Tort (nee Blieden) (1844-1930), Yehuda (Julius) Blieden (1851- 1904), Marcus (Mordechai) Blieden (1852-1913), Freida Wolfson (nee Blieden) (1855-1923) and Jacha Blieden. This document lists Zundel, his wife Nese, sons Benjamin, Yankel, Abraham and daughters Feige and Sheine. It also lists Zundel's brothers Ber, Grisha and Leiba and his sister-in- law Leah, wife of Leiba.

Spanish flu, "Death certificate of Henrietta Finestone"

Photograph of the death certificate of Henrietta Finestone (1861 -1918) of 42 Scott Road, Woodstock, Cape Town. Her son David died a day after her demise. She is buried in the 7th Ave cemetery, Maitland, Cape Town and is listed as Henrietta Leah Feinstone. Source: South African Archives.

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Spanish flu, "Photograph of the grave of Isidor Blumberg (1877-1918)"

Photograph of the grave of Isidor Blumberg (1877-1918) a cattle speculator and butcher from Carnarvon, Cape Province. He and his wife died 3 days apart of the Spanish Flu and are buried besides one another in the Britstown Cemetery. The two graves are joined with the epitaph " LOVING & PLEASANT IN THEIR LIVES & IN THEIR DEATH NOT DIVIDED".

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Spanish flu, "Death certificate of Maurice Price"

Photograph of the death certificate of Maurice Price (1877 -1918) a baker in Kimberley who died from influenza. He was survived by his wife Rebecca Price (nee Goldstein) and 4 minor sons, David aged 7, Bernard aged 6 , Jack aged 5 and Norman aged 3. His brother Samuel Price also died during the Spanish Flu epidemic. Both brothers are buried in the Stead Street Cemetery, Kimberley. Source: South African Archives.

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Spanish flu, "Death notice of Isidor (Israel) Blumberg (1877-1918)"

Photograph of the death notice of Isidor (Israel) Blumberg (1877-1918) a cattle speculator and butcher who lived in Carnarvon, Cape Province. He and his wife Rosie Blumberg (nee Kleinman) died three days apart from the Spanish Influenza, leaving 3 minor children - Fanny aged 7, Abraham aged 6 and Simon Joseph Blumberg aged 3. They were buried in the Britstown Jewish Cemetery. Source: South African Archives.

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Spanish flu, "Death certificate of Isidor (Israel) Blumberg"

Photograph of the death certificate of Isidor (Israel) Blumberg (1877-1918) a cattle speculator and butcher who lived in Carnarvon, Cape Province. He and his wife Rosie Blumberg (nee Kleinman) died three days apart from the Spanish Influenza, leaving 3 minor children - Fanny aged 7, Abraham aged 6 and Simon Joseph Blumberg aged 3. He and his wife were buried in the Britstown Jewish Cemetery. Source: South African Archives.

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