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Section 11National Memorabilia, Forgetfulness, Polonica cont.

A family souvenir from the USA “Small wooden book from Wroclaw” – A small album with photographs from former Wrocław

Zgłaszający Eksponat:
Diane
podziel się z innymi:

My family momento:

Grandma and I were going thru some things from her mom. We have found a very small wooden book.

It is maybe 2×3. On the front “Wroclaw” is burned in. Off to the above right is the Polish crest. It is held together by a “string binder”.

When you open it, it shows pictures, all black and white. One says underneath Fr. ul, Swidnickiej, another Fr. Stadionu Olimpijskiego, another Politechnika, and there are other captions under the pics.

My question is, did “Wroclaw” have same photo books now? And if yes, what impact do these photos have?

Thank you in advance,

Diane / medinger @ hvc.rr.com

PS. This was my great grandmother’s. Her name was Helena Adamski Wronski.

Can I ask any relatives in Poland to contact? Thank you, Diane Jorgensen, USA


 

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