Please Comment on the Story of

Dora and Louis Brustman

 

The author, Richard Brustman, would appreciate reactions to the story.

Photo: The author with his subjects during an early
research session, 1944.

4 Responses to

  1. Betty Provizer Starkman says:

    Kindly contact me. My late beloved mother, Rose Bodenstein Provizer was born in Tomaszow Lubelski.

    I found your family history most interisting. I live in Bloomfield Hills.Michigan, Telephone, 248 646 0332.

  2. Esther Feldman says:

    I also found your family’s well documented history fascinating. You did well by your ancestors, your lost family and the heirs to the Brustman family legacy. My ancestors, are also from Hreubiesew, the Szers (Scher) and Dichterman families. Thank you for the insightful story that explains the life our shared european community. -Esther Feldman

  3. Randy Karr says:

    I’m sure I’ve seen this before, but Nina Blumenfeld sent me the link again. How wonderful to read the story and see pictures of my great-great-grandparents. As you know I am a granddaughter of Helen Blumenfeld (Krakower), and I love reading the parts where our stories overlap, as well as the stories of the Brustmans that I too was told growing up. It’s amazing how much research you’ve done. I’d love to know how you went about it. Thank you for all your work.

  4. Marcia says:

    I would love to speak to you
    My grandmother’s name was Rose Bodenstein (my sister’s name is also Rose Bodenstein) and she was born in Tomashov. My father Isaac Bodenstein was her son. Any relation????

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