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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.
Lisa and Aron with Chicago Mayor Richard Daley on Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Aron and Lisa in Poland, ca. 1994, while accompanying high school students as part of a "Shoreshim" group.
Aron and Lisa with Tadek Soroka, the Pole who helped them escape, on the occasion of Soroka's recognition as a "Righteous among
Aron standing in Howard's men's clothing store (named for his eldest son) at 9125 Commercial Avenue in Chicago.
Aron in Teaneck, New Jersey, in the early 1970s.
Lisa and Aron on vacation, probably in the 1990s.
1991 photograph of Aron and Lisa's granddaughters, Courtney and Lindsay.
Lisa and Aron (center) with their three sons, Gordon, Howard, and Daniel.
Portrait of Aron's family on his mother's side, taken when Aron's cousin moved to Israel in 1933-1934.
Cover of a memorial booklet for Lisa (Lisa Derman: An Extraordinary Woman, An Extraordinary Life, published by Louis Weber Publi
Tadek Soroka (right), a Pole who helped Aron and Lisa escape from Poland.
Aron and Lisa in Florence, Italy, 1945.
Lisa and Aron in Italy, before they were married.
Lisa wearing the first suit she bought in America (Aron recollected that it was taupe).
Aron and Lisa's firstborn child, Howard.
Regina at Zelazowa Wola (near Warsaw), the birthplace of Frederick Chopin, during a visit to Poland in August 1980.
Photo taken a few weeks before World War II began.
Regina (left) with sisters Krysia and Hania.
Regina's sister Hania (later Anna Wilson).
Photograph of Regina (Renia) taken on June 2, 1945, in Lodz, Poland.
Miles Lerman (who married Regina's sister Krysia), Lodz, Poland, 1945.
Regina's sister Krysia, Lodz, Poland, 1945.
Regina at the Dueppel displaced persons camp in Berlin-Schlachtensee.
Regina (third from left) with friends while at the Dueppel displaced persons camp.
Regina (top, left) with friends at a dance in Berlin.
Regina (left) with two friends at Thomas Jefferson High School, Brooklyn, New York, 1948.
Dr. Horowitz's Hebrew class at Jefferson High School, Brooklyn, New York, 1947.
Regina upon graduation from Thomas Jefferson High School in Brooklyn, New York, February 3, 1949.
Regina in her college dormitory room at Indiana University.
Regina with Victor Gelb in Vineland, New Jersey, 1952.
Victor (left), September 1952.
Wedding photo of Regina and Victor.
Regina and Victor with their two sons, Harry (left) and Paul (right) at the World's Fair, New York, 1964.
Regina with sons Harry and Paul in a swimming pool.
Celebration after one of Regina's sons, Harry, received the Eagle Scout Award.
Regina and Victor celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary.
Regina's parents, Pola and Isak.
Laks family photo, Poland, ca. 1925.
Regina and her mother at the Busko-Zdroj spa (note that her mother used a cane and little Regina has been given a child's cane).
1925 photograph taken in Kolbuszowa, Poland, showing Norman (at right) with his sister Rachel (left) and brother David (center).
Norman Salsitz while under the assumed identity Tadeusz Zaleski.
Amalie Petranka (later Salsitz) at 22 years of age.
Norman Salsitz and Amalie Petranka shortly after they met (under their assumed identities of, respectively, Felicja Milaszewska
1949 photograph of Amalie and Norman in Brooklyn, New York, two years after they came to the United States.
Amalie in the United States in 1952.
Norman's daughter, Esther, at age one.
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