Portrait of the Rosenblat family in interwar Poland. Photographed are: (back row from left to right) Elya, Jozef (father), and Itzrik Rosenblat. Sitting from left to right are: Herschel, Deena (wife of Ely), Hannah (mother), and Taube Rosenblat (wife of Itzrik). In 1941, a mobile killing unit killed Herschel in Slonim, Poland. Of the others, only Itzrik and Deena survived deportation from the ghetto in Radom, Poland.
Group portrait of six young men in interwar Poland. Pictured standing from left to right are: Moishe Krol, Moishe Rafilovitch, and an unidentified man. Seated from left to right are: Itzrik Rosenblat, Anschul Goldstein, and an unidentified man. Krol, Rafilovitch, and Rosenblat were all Jewish tailors forced to remain in Radom, Poland, as laborers after the SS deported most of the population to Treblinka in August 1942.