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Bloemfontein Photographs, Historical, "The influential German community in Bloemfontein"

Photograph of the influential German community in Bloemfontein. Top left: The Baumanns were for many years the only Jewish family in Bloemfontein. Top right: The youngest of the Baumann daughters, Janet, with her German maid. Bottom left: The Baumann shop on the square, c/o Maitland (left), and Upper Church Streets. Bottom right: The hospitable Baumann home in Upper Church Street. The garden ran through to Adderley street.

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P.E. Jewish Museum, P.E. Civic Leaders & Mayors, "City Council of Port Elizabeth Centenary Year"

Photograph of City Council of Port Elizabeth Centenary Year 1860 - 1960. Triennial Period September, 1960. Back row: P.W. Anderson, C. Fuller-Peterson, Dr J.S. Lewis, C.T. Boast, Mayor C.V. Tiran, D. Murray Nobbs, F.E. Jenvey, G.C. Stegman, L.N. Prosser, D.L. Becke. Second row: A. Barris, E.L. Chaplin, Graham Young, N.P. Rademeyer, C.R. Mangold, M.S. Davies, A. Marock, J.L. McHardy, S.S. Schultz, E.R. Invernizzi. Sitting: D.A. Bradley, C.M.S. Gelvan, I. Dubb, A. Schauder, M. van der Vyver, His Worship the Mayor (Alfred Markman), G.H. Brewer, J.S. Young, E.M. Holland, J.C.K. Erasmus, J.R. Pearson.

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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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Spanish flu, "Photograph of Samuel Kessel"

Photograph of Samuel Kessel (1881 -1918) who died during the Spanish Influenza pandemic in Cape Town. He was survived by his wife Yetta (Yochevet) Kessel and 5 children - Rosie, Solly, Harry, Diana and Dora. He is buried in the 7th Ave Cemetery, Maitland, Cape Town. This photograph was sent to his family in Russia. Source: Eliyahu Romm, Jerusalem, Israel.

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