February 10th, 2012
Visitors of Bat Kama At discover names of members of their family
First time today a visitor has discovered on the page “500 names, 500 noms” the name of his relative:
“Thank you for working on this remarkable project. The Guta-Mera Broide listed above, is my great-Aunt Miriam who came to the United States with most of her siblings before the war.”
And was able to discover a school document relating to the Jewish education of his grand-Aunt in the Gymnasium Yavne in Telz/Telsiai, in Lithuania, on the page “School was Life“
1st page of document BKAVA1382-68a
2nd page of document BKAVA1382-68b
Guta-Mera’s diploma was delivered in 1928. As we can see, she has studied Hebrew, Lithuanian, German and English, as well as a propedeutics class to Philosophy.
We know from the catalogue to these documents that the level in Languages and Science was reinforced in this hight school, and that in 1931 Latin has replaced English.