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Birman Family, “Marriage of Samuel Berelowitz and Olga Golda Abelkop”

Photograph of marriage of Samuel Berelowitz and Olga Golda Abelkop. The photograph was taken in Oudtshoorn, Cape Province in 1908. Samuel Berelowitz was the son of Jacob Zvi and Sarah Berelowitz of Oudtshoorn. Olga was the daughter of Isaac and Elka Abelkop. Samuel Berelowitz had a brother, Chaim Berelowitz and his sisters were Mary Klass, Jessie Rebecca Samols and Zlata Sieff. Yetta Kaplan (nee Markowitz) was a sister of Mary Berelowitz (nee Markowitz), wife of Chaim Berelowitz. Photographed in the back row are Harry Klass (3rd), his wife Mary Klass (nee Berelowitz) (4th) holiding a child and Chaim Berelowitz (9th).Standing on the far right is the Elka Abelkop, mother of the bride and grandmother of Eileen Birman (nee Lewis). In the middle row sitting to the right of the groom is Yetta Kaplan (nee Markowitz) and on the left of the bride is Hendrick (Henry or Abel) Kaplan, husband of Yetta Kaplan. Chaim Berelowitz's wife Mary Berelowitz (nee Markowitz) is next to him. The children sitting in the front row from left to right: Percy Samols (1st)and his sister Blume Levin (nee Samols) (2nd), children of Samuel Berelowitz's sister Jessie Rebecca Samols (nee Berelowitz)

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Oudtshoorn, "Early Oudtshoorn school"

Photograph taken at an Early Oudtshoorn School, which was the first Hebrew/English school to go up to Standard Five. In this photograph are Mr Agranat, the school inspector; Mr Klein the school principal; and Dr Levin, the president of committee; 2nd from the right is Mr Mierowsky, who later was involved in the Jewish Board of Education in South Africa. Taken in the 1920s.

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Rapeport Family, "Portrait of Louis Rapeport"

Portrait of Louis Rapeport (1859-1926) taken in Oudtshoorn, Cape Colony. He came to South Africa in 1890 from Horodok, Russia (Gorodok Belarus). He initially lived in Oudtshoorn and was a hawker. He married the widow Jetta Fleischer (nee Sebasewitz) and they moved to Calitzdorp. Following the death of Jetta, he married the widow Louisa Ettin (nee Kantor) in Johannesburg and they subsequently lived in Calitzdorp. He and his second wife, Louisa had three sons: William Rapeport, Martin Rapeport and Lazarus Rapeport. He is buried in Pretoria and his tombstone is engraved with the name of Max Louis Rapeport.

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Yamina K. Oliver, "Oudtshoorn"

Photograph of George and Miriam Isaacs (parents of Mo Oliver and Yvonne Epstien (nee Oliver) holding their baby on the verandah of a house in Oudtshoorn.