Pretoria

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10 Archival description results for Pretoria

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Kantor Family, "Goldstein wedding 1916"

Photograph of the wedding of Rose Ettin to Solomon Goldstein, 5th July 1916, Pretoria. The page boy was Philip Saltman and the flower girl, Julia Lippert (nee Saltman). They were the children of Harris and Rose Saltman (nee Kantor). Rose Saltman and Louisa Rapeport (formerly Ettin nee Kantor) were sisters.

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Rapeport Children, "Lazarus Rapeport 1"

Photograph of Lazarus Rapeport (1903-1961). He was the third son of Louis Rapeport and Louisa Rapeport (formerly Ettin nee Kantor). He was known as Lazzy or Dummy as he was born "deaf and dumb". He was a raconteur and entertained people with his imitations of the political figures of that time. This photograph was taken at Pretoria Wholesale Druggists (Pty) Ltd. The sons of his sister Rose Goldstein (nee Ettin), Maurice and Samuel Goldstein, were directors of the company.

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Rapeport Children, "Mayoral Couple"

Photograph of the Mayoral couple of Rustenburg being presented to King George VI, the Queen Mother and their two daughters, Princess Elizabeth (the present Queen of England) and Princess Margaret, Church Square, Pretoria. William Rapeport and his wife Sylvia Rapeport were the Mayor and Mayoress of Rustenburg at that time.

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Rapeport Family, "Grave of Max Louis Rapeport"

Photograph of the grave of Max Louis Rapeport (1859-1926), son of Shalom Zalman Ze'ev Rapeport. He stated on his form for application for naturalisation that he was born in Horodok Russia (Gorodok Belarus) and on his marriage certificate to the widow, Louisa Ettin (nee Kantor), he stated that he was born in Minsk, Russia (Belarus). Horodok is 32 miles west, north-west of Minsk. He lived in Oudtshoorn and then Calitzdorp, Cape Colony. He and his family moved to Rustenburg Transvaal in 1916 following the slump in the ostrich feather industry. He is buried in the Rebecca Street Cemetery, Pretoria. His grave number is 319.

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