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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).
Photograph of a group of schoolgirls crossing the street in a "crocodile" style single-file line on their way from school to the "Meisies Koshuis" (hostel). *discrepancy in photo description given in Kokerboom Country
Photograph of Pollie Dembitzer (nee Barnett), wife of Joseph Dembitzer, pictured with three of her young sons (Harvey, Hillel and baby Max) in front of their Springbok home.
Photograph of one of Joseph Dembitzer's early stores. This one, situated in Springbok, is attached to a small house. The tagline displayed on the roof of the store reads: "J. Dembitzer. General dealer and merchant."
Photograph of the Frank family home in Springbok. Pictured here are Jacob Frank (left) Dorothy Frank (baby in centre), and Jacob's wife, Pauline Frank (nee Barnett) on the right. The central female figure is unknown. Baby Dorothy would one day go on to be the mother of Sheila Samson.
Photograph of Phyllis Jowell (left) and Joyce Udwin (right) standing together at a Masonic Lodge dinner held to celebrate the installation of Phyllis' husband, Cecil, as Master.