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List of Children at Orphanage, Vilna

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List of Children at Orphanage, Vilna
Našlaičių sąrašas, Vilnius


1923 m.


List of children in the Golda Markhs Orphanage of the Association to Help Jewish Orphans, Vilna, 1923. Information provided includes names, ages, and the status and occupations of their parents. The father of one six-year-old boy starved to death and his mother is "in the poorhouse"; another child's father died from typhus, and his mother has "disappeared."
Goldos Marks našlaičių namų, įsteigtų našlaičių rėmimo asociacijos, vaikų sąrašas, Vilnius, 1923 m. Nurodoma vardas, amžius, tėvų padėtis ir profesija. Vieno šešerių metų berniuko tėvas mirė iš bado, o jo motina gyvena vargšų prieglaudoje; kito vaiko tėvas mirė nuo šiltinės, o motina dingusi.


YIVO RG 29.49.2
YIVO RG 29.49.2


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“List of Children at Orphanage, Vilna,” Vilna in the Classroom, accessed August 5, 2020,
“List of Children at Orphanage, Vilna,” Vilna in the Classroom, accessed August 5, 2020,