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Blanka at about 1 year old, ca. 1923.
Wedding of Blanka's daughter, Shelly, in 1974 at a temple in New York.
Blanka (right) with her daughter, Shelly, after Shelly's wedding.
Blanka and Harry with their first and only grandchild, Alexis Danielle.
Blanka with her granddaughter, Alexis Danielle, and family dog.
Blanka's granddaughter, Alexis Danielle.
Shelly and Alexis Danielle, Blanka's daughter and granddaughter.
Harry teaching granddaughter Alexis Danielle how to swim, probably in San Diego, California.
Blanka's daughter Shelly, son-in-law, and granddaughter Alexis Danielle on vacation.
Blanka and Harry with their daughter Shelly, son-in-law, and granddaughter Alexis Danielle.
Blanka's granddaughter Alexis Danielle graduates from university in May 2000.
"The Three Musketeers." Three school friends, in the Lodz ghetto.
Blanka's granddaughter, Alexis Danielle, and her fiancé.
Blanka's embarkation card for the SS Marine Marlin, with a sailing date in 1947.
Abraham Kaplan and his wife Maria at their home in Paterson, New Jersey.
Wedding photo of Blanka and her husband Harry in an Oregon newspaper.
Blanka and Harry in Oregon after they were married.
Blanka (middle row, third from right) graduates to become a pediatric nurse.
Blanka and Harry celebrate their wedding anniversary in a New York café.
Blanka's daughter, Shelly, born 1951.
Synagogue in Slonim on river Szczana.
Judge Thomas Buergenthal, formal portrait for the International Court of Justice in the Hague.
Thomas with his first wife, Dorothy, at the Zeta Tau Alpha Spring Formal, 1957.
Thomas as a law student, 1959-1960.
Thomas as a student at New York University, 1957-1960.
Thomas with his mother, Gerda, in Goettingen, Germany, 1950.
Thomas with his mother, Gerda, before Thomas's departure for the United States.
Thomas (standing, right), then known as "Tommy," with relatives shortly after arriving in the United States.
Thomas (left), 6 months after liberation, with a soldier who realized that Thomas was Jewish and took him to an orphanage, ca.
Three-year-old Thomas during a stay at a hotel in Czechoslovakia, 1937.
Thomas in his toy car, 1936.
Three-year-old Thomas with his parents, Mundek and Gerda.
Thomas at age 13 months with his father, Mundek Buergenthal.
Thomas's parents, Mundek and Gerda (b.
1984 photo of Thomas's mother, Gerda, at age 72.
Judge Thomas Buergenthal, member of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, San Jose, Costa Rica, 1980.
From left to right: former US President Jimmy Carter, Judge Thomas Buergenthal, former UN ambassador Andrew Young.
Thomas at Auschwitz in 1995, fifty years to the day after his forced march out of the camp as a child.
Judge Thomas Buergenthal (top row, fifth from left) and other members of the United Nations Human Rights Committee.
Judge Thomas Buergenthal (front row, right) with other members of the Inter-American Court of Justice in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Thomas with his first grandchild, Eliza.
Thomas's three sons, Robert, John (holding daughter Eliza), and Alan.
Aron in Budapest, 1945, while en route from Poland to Italy with Brihah, moving to Palestine.
Aron Derman while he was with Polish partisans in 1944.
Lisa and Aron at Lake Michigan, ca.
The extended Derman family. Top row, left to right: Aron, Lisa, Howard, Miriam, Daniel, Ari, Gordon, and Barbara (Howie's wife)
Aron and Lisa's three sons (Howard, Gordon, and Daniel) at the middle son's graduation from the University of Wisconsin.
Lisa and her family. From left to right: Pola (sister), Herschel (father), Borushek (brother) Gittel (mother), and Lisa (about 1
Aron and Lisa when they came to America.
Aron and Lisa with the Emmy they won for their 1997 documentary, A Journey of Remembrance.
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