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From (Winter, 1995) ·

Table of Contents: Volume 2, Number 2 (Winter, 1995)

  • Editor’s Corner
  • Jewish Genealogy Seminar
  • If People Would Only Stay Put!
  • Correction to Miriam Weiner’s Article
  • Judaic Studies In Cracow
  • Polish Directories
  • Pamiatki I Zabytki Kultury Zydowskiy W Polsce (Polish Book)
  • Photo Collections (Books)
  • History of Towns and Villages of the Ukrainian SSR: Lviv Oblast (Book)
  • Map Source
  • Economic Study (Propination, Etc.)
  • Jewish Family Names In Tarnobrzeg Demonstrated by Propinacja and Konsygnacy a Listings
  • Research Assistance
  • Polish Translator
  • Ukrainian Translator
  • The Federation of East European Family History Societies
  • Pooling Funds for Record Reproduction Efforts
  • Austrian Archives
  • Military Records
  • Grybow (Records)
  • Stanislowow (Records)
  • Kolomyya (Photos Wanted)
  • Mielec and Tyczyn (Visit to And Cemeteries)
  • Podhajce And Ternopol (Visit To)
  • Podkamien (Visit To)
  • Dabrowice (Visit To)
  • Ulanow (Materials)
  • Sending Money to Ukraine
  • Book About Bardejov
  • Censuses (Information Wanted)
  • Travel (SIG Trip Planned, Etc.)
  • Gleanings from Avotaynu

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