From the archives of The Galitzianer

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From (Fall, 1995) ·

Table of Contents: Volume 2, Number 1 (Fall, 1994)

  • Editor’s Corner
  • Writing To Poland for Records
  • Great Suggestion! (Combine Efforts to Translate Yizkor Books)
  • Genealogical Gazetteer of Galicia
  • Video Resources at Beth Hatefutsoth
  • Drohobycz (Translated Materials)
  • Gliniany (Yizkor Books)
  • Kamenetz Podolsk (Book About)
  • Przemysl (Books About)
  • Turka/Stryy (Yizkor Book)
  • Zloczow (Book About)
  • Interesting Source of Vital Records
  • YIVO Institute For Jewish Research
  • Books About Galicia
  • Survey Of Polish Jewish Cemeteries & Synagogues
  • Cracow
  • Love Story: A Wedding Announcement
  • Czortkov and Grzmaylov
  • Debica
  • Gologory & Szpiklosy
  • Kalush
  • Lancut and Tyczyn Cemeteries
  • Liwcze
  • Kolomyya
  • Radomysl Wielkie
  • Rzeszow
  • Sasow
  • Ulanow
  • More On the Meaning of AGAD
  • Correction Re: The Judaica Treasures of Galicia Exhibit
  • Military Records At LDS
  • New Developments On the 1995 SIG Trip To Poland
  • SIG Member Living In Warsaw
  • A Potential Travel Resource
  • Some Helpful Hints For Visiting Ancestral Towns in Ukraine
  • Travel Saga
  • Map of Sasow

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