Jacob and cousin Ruzia Hennenberg, Klimczok, Beskidy mountains in the 1930s
Jacob in public school
sisters and husband Jacob c1937
Sisters Anna Karola Ita Sabina and husband Jacob c1937
L to R: unknown man, Karola Hennenberg, Sabina Bochner, unknown woman, unknown (blurred) man, Ita Hennenberg, unknown woman
sister Sabina Hornung nee Hennenberg
sisters Ita and Karola
Pearl Hennenberg, Jacob Hennenberg’s mother
Oswiecim, c.1930. Hennenberg family store. Jacob’s sister, Karola is pictured in the back left and their mother, Pearl, is pictured next to her.
L-R sister Ita, cousin Sabina Korngold
Oswiecim. Left: Sister Ita, Cousin Sabina, Cousin Rozia in front
Oswiecim, c.1938. L-R: Sister Karola, cousin Yaffa Korngold, sister Ita
L-R Cousin Sabina Korngold, Ita Bochner, Ita Hennenberg
L to R Cousin Sabina, Cousin Unknown, Cousin Ita, Sister Ita
1933 Vacation in the mountains. Front center is cousin Ita Bochner. The other 4 girls are Jacob’s sisters.
L-R Karola Grubner Maringer nee Hennenberg, Sabina Bochner, Ita Korngold Hennenberg
Top L-R: Sister Karola, Cousin Sabina Korngold, sister Ita. In front is cousin Minja Hennenberg.
Karola second from left and her husband Grubner far right c1937 Celebration
Karola, aunt Ita, In the window Sister Ita, Aunt Mala, Cousin Sabina, Below Bubek aka Eliezer Bochner, Aunt and Uncle Korngold and Chaim Korngold
Naftali Bochner, maternal grandfather
Oswiecim town square, c.1937. Swearing in of Jewish soldiers into the Polish Army as preparation for impending War. Vice-mayor, Naftali Bochner, Jacob’s maternal grandfather, is pictured on stage at right in the white beard.
September, 1916 invitation to a service in the synagogue to celebrate the 80th birthday of the Emperor Francis Josef I. Naftali Bochner signature at bottom.
Mickiewicza Street with Hennenberg House on right, early 1900’s.
Henoch Hennenberg, Jacob’s grandfather
Henoch Hennenberg Liquor bottles
Henoch Hennenberg Curacao
Henoch Hennenberg liquor label
Henoch Hennenberg Liquor label
Henoch Hennenberg Liquor Label Cuba Rum
Uncle Salomon Goldberg, husband of Ita Bochner, Jacobs maternal aunt
Israel Leib Bochner, maternal uncle, with white tag
Jacob’s paternal Uncle Isaak Hennenberg at left. In front of him is cousin Ruzia Hennenberg. Middle is Aunt Sala, the wife of Uncle Buroch and cousin Zita at right.
Cousin Bertha Hennenberg (Ruzia’s sister) pictured bottom left with the Zionist Organization Beit Yaakov. She was born in Berlin, but came to live with the Hennenberg’s in Oswiecim in 1938 when her father died.
late 1930s. Mabel and Samuel Bochner with their children, Lolek (Michael) in buggy, and Eliezar.
Cousin Benzion Bochner born 1932 Oswiecim
Cousins: Ben Zion Bochner and Carl Bochner
1930s, Oswiecim. Cousin Ita Kirshner-Bochner with her friend.
Krynica, Poland c 1937. Zita Plaut second from left, Uncle Isaac from Colon third from left, cousin Ruzia front row second from left
Cousin Zita Hennenberg-Plaut, with her husband, 1930’s
Ludwig Plaut in German Army in WW1. He later became cousin Zita’s husband.
Zita’s sister Anna sent this postcard to Berlin in1933. L-R: Zita’s mother, Taubcia, niece Ruthie and sister Anna.
cousins Erica and Max Hennenberg, Zita’s brother and his wife
Anna at left, Max at right. Zita’s siblings.
Moses Leib Hennenberg Jacob’s paternal uncle
Kadimah of Oswiecim. Moses Lieb Hennenberg pictured in bottom row, second from left
1928, Oswiecim. Cousin Kuba Korngold, son of Jacob’s maternal aunt (in the middle) with his friends.
fathers brother Baruch Hennenberg holding picture
In Sibera fathers sister Tauba Bochner nee Hennenberg mothers brother Yehoshua Bochner and their son Ben Zion Bochner born c 1927
gathering for the redcross, Cousin Yeheshkel Fleisher is pictured here.
Karola’s first husband Jacob Grubner
Karola’s hub at right Jacob Grubner sister Karolas first husband Oswiecim before the war
Max Bochner, son of Jacob Bochner
Front Page of the Book Noam-Elimelech written by Rabbi elimelech of Lezansk
Shviti survived in the wall. Now, the Auschwitz Jewish Center synagogue.
Label of one of the oldest factories in Oswiecim.
Berck Greenbaum, Zita Hennenberg’s friend
Berck Greenbaum, Zita Hennenberg’s friend
Beis Yaakov in Oswiecim
girls from Oswiecim Ida Piller at Left and sister Sima Piller 5 from left
Jacob’s older friends standing in polish army uniform c 1938
Rabbi Eliyahu Rosen came to Oswiecim in 1937 and was Jacob’s choir leader for High Holiday events
Group of people from Oswiecim preparing to go to Palestine in 1930s. Uncle Shmuel Bochner and his wife are pictured in the middle, 3rd row from top. They had 2 sons, Eliezer and Michael who live in Israel today.
Salo Klapholtz in Polish Army’s uniform, 1935. JACOB OLDER FRIEND
Oswiecim c.1930. Jewish school
Oswiecim, 1932. Public school.
Oswiecim, 1939. Young men and women prepare for the Nazi invasion by digging ditches.
report card Anna Hennenberg
report card Anna Hennenberg2
report card Ita Hennenberg
report card Sabina Hennenberg
report card Karola Hennenberg
report card Golda Neuberg
Hilde as a baby
Hilde 2 May 1938
Hildegard Hennberg’s (nee Hohnleitner) siblings. Pictured left to right: Kurt, Traudi, Inga, and Heinz.
Hilde and her siblings and father
Hildegard Hennenberg’s (nee Hohnleitner) first grade class. Hildegard is pictured in the second row from the back, left side.