This article appeared in The Galitzianer, (Fall, 1997) ·

Table of Contents: Volume 5, Number 1 (Fall, 1997)

  • Coordinator’s Column
  • Computer Corner
  • A Resource Person for Rogatin
  • Resources for Snyatyn
  • Zionism Comes to Mielec
  • Passport Applications
  • Offer to Send History of Jezierzany
  • Volume 5 of Meorei Galicia Published
  • Resource Contact for Borislav, Ukraine
  • Report on Kolbuszowa – by Phil Birnbaum
  • Gesher Galicia’s “Projects Database”
  • Additional References Re:Krakow
  • 18th Annual Seminar on Jewish Genealogy
  • Do You Read JEWISHGEN Every Day?
  • Discovery of Graves in the Braunschweig Labor Camp, Germany
  • News from the lvano-Frankovsk Archives
  • Tracing Documentation of My Father’s Emigration Route
  • A Visit to Western Galicia – an interview with Faigy Spitzer
  • Gesher Galicia’s New Research Chair
  • Plans to Restore the lvano-Frankovsk Cemetery
  • Gesher Galicia Family Finder Supplement
  • New Members
  • Change of Members’ Address/E-mail
  • Steering Committee
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