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History in Photos: Roman Vishniac

The Roman Vishniac Archive and Collection | International Center of Photography

The Roman Vishniac Archive and Collection

The Roman Vishniac Archive and Collection | International Center of Photography

Ciabattino. Varsavia, 1937.

Ciabattino. Varsavia, 1937.

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Roman Vishniac - Man purchasing herring, wrapped in newspaper, for a Sabbath meal, Mukacevo.

"Man purchasing herring, wrapped in newspaper, for a Sabbath meal" Photo: Roman Vishniac - Ukraine - Mukachevo, circa 1937

Roman Vishniac. A small shop in Teresva

A small shop in Teresva

Roman Vishniac

Roman Vishniac

Roman Vishniac's Vanished World –  Jews in cities and shtetlach of Eastern Europe 1935—1939

20 Fascinating Black and White Photographs Captured Jewish Children's Life of Eastern Europe in the

Roman Vishniac's Vanished World –  Jews in cities and shtetlach of Eastern Europe 1935—1939

Roman Vishniac was a Russian Jewish photographer who documented the life of Eastern European Jewry before it was swept away by .

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Roman Vishniac was a Russian Jewish photographer who documented the life of Eastern European Jewry before it was swept away by .

vintage everyday: A Victorian Woman Riding Her Ostrich

woman riding side-saddle on an austrich. antique photograph of a woman riding an ostrich.

A Jewish family poses for a family photograph outside its home on the eve of Shavuot.  The woman on the left is Ryfka, the sister of Joseph Mordechai Halter.

A Jewish family poses for a family photograph outside its home on the eve of Shavuot. The woman on the left is Ryfka, the sister of Joseph Mordechai Halter.

Polonia

Polonia

FOTOGRAFíAS Y ALGO MÁS

FOTOGRAFíAS Y ALGO MÁS

"Holocaust survivors making matzoh, Hénonville Displaced Persons’ Camp, Picardy, France" Photo: Roman Vishniac (1897 - 1990) France, 1947

Refugees and Displaced Persons Camps, Germany and France, 1947

Roman Vishniac's Vanished World –  Jews in cities and shtetlach of Eastern Europe 1935—1939

Roman Vishniac's Vanished World – Jews in cities and shtetlach of Eastern Europe

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