15 photographs of Warsaw Jews in the 1930s before the ghetto was established.
Among them: Passport photos of young people with the ink stamp of a Jewish photographer's studio on Nalewki Street (the main street of the Jewish northern district, also known as the Nalewkowsko-muranowska district, through which the Germans tried to enter during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in April 1943), photos with the stamp of the Monat photography studio in Warsaw, Jews on Warsaw streets, a group photo of members of the Warsaw Ratzianz Platoon 1934, the Friedman family (photo dedicated on the back in Polish), photos with dedications in Yiddish or Polish on the back, and others.
11 photos average size 8x5 cm. Others 9x14 cm. Overall very good condition.