Klari in the guest bedroom in Sáránd c 1942, with the fine needlepoint she worked on for two years.
Back row: Jakus Grunberger, Miki Glattstein, Jenö Glattstein (the three brothers); uncle Feri (?)
Front row: Hella (Jakus' niece and wife), Jakus's sister Ilonka G. Lowenheim, his twin sister, Ella, and Feri (?) wife
Ella, Sanyi, Miri. Miri was Sanyi's classmate at University.
This portrait of my grandmother hung in my mother's bedroom the entire time I was growing up. I always found her image menacing.
Sanyi with his mother, Ella, and uncle, Mano Kramer
World War II
My parents during their courtship. Miki visited Magdus at her home in Sáránd while he had a leave from the army in 1939.
Grandmother Ella and sons 5/28/1940
Jenö, Sanyi, and Miki. Sanyi was not yet in the military as he had a deferment for his university studies. Jenö, who was disabled, and his mother were killed on arrival at Auschwitz, July 1, 1944.
The surviving Glattstein brothers in Zennern, Germany, after liberation. c. 1946-7.
Magdus, Miki, George and Judy, Denver, 1952
Later years and Hungary trips
Sanyi visited my family occasionally. His last trip to Cumberland was in 2001.