Photographs/dedication by Doris Levin
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Photographs/dedication by Doris Levin

Ziska Shapiro of Podbrodz, Lithuania. He survived the war by fleeing to Russia in 1941 and joining the Red Army, where he worked as a barber. (Courtesy Doris Levin)
Ziska Shapiro of Podbrodz, Lithuania. He survived the war by fleeing to Russia in 1941 and joining the Red Army, where he worked as a barber. (Courtesy Doris Levin)

An exhibit, “Forgotten Survivors: The Elderly Jews of Eastern Europe — Photographs by Doris Levin,” will be unveiled at a dedication ceremony at the Jewish Home at Rockleigh on Sunday, May 15, at 3 p.m.

Doris Levin is donating her collection of large-format photographs of elderly Jews who remained in Eastern Europe to the Jewish Home Family. The permanent installation is in memory of her daughter, Melissa Levin, z”l.

For information, call (201) 784-1414 or go to jewishhomefamily.org/JHR.

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