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Namaqualand, "Boiskin, 11"

Photograph of Dr Samuel Lizerbrom, a dentist who was visiting Springbok at the time, standing next to the much taller Melt van Niekerk, who was a local shoemaker. Dr Lizerbrom would eventually marry Rachel, one of the Levy sisters.

Photographer unknown

Namaqualand, "Boiskin, 2"

Photograph of a group of local tennis players. Pictured here is Alec Pasvolsky (back left), Phillip Levy (back right), Connie Wolf (middle) and, in the front, Edna and Freda Albert - a pair of sisters whose parents owned a store in O'okiep.

Photographer unknown

Namaqualand, "Boiskin, 4"

Photograph of a group celebrating Rosh Hashanah in Springbok, 1930. Recognizable people in the back row are (from left to right): Morris Milner, Naomi Diamond, Mr Weisman and, Mr Reich (far right with cigarette). In the front row (from left to right): Miss Diamond, Alec Pasvolsky, Ida Jowel, Sidney Windisch (centre), Miss Diamond, and Mr Simon (far right).

Photographer unknown

Namaqualand, "Boiskin, 6"

Copy of a letter written by Morris Boiskin (residing in Sea Point, Cape Town at the time) to a Mr Kotze with information regarding the names and personal details of people in two photos (enclosed within the letter) which were taken in Namaqualand.

Photographer unknown

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