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once known as
Lubin or Labun'
Russian Empire
Other Names:  Новолабунь, Юровщина [Ukr];
 
Yurovshchina [Rus], Labun [Yid or Ukr], Lubin [Yid], Łabuń [Pol], Novo-Labun', Novaya Labun', Nowaja Labun, Jurovscyna
bathhouseLabun Bath House, 1923.  
Villagers completing repairs on bathhouse in Labun, Russia.  Repairs, made possible by funds advanced by the Joint Distribution Committee, enabled these Russia Jews to use the bath again after several years in disrepair. 
Use of this photograph courtesy of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee

This web site is dedicated to the study of Jewish family history in the town known in Yiddish as Lubin, now called Yurovshchina, in what is now Ukraine, but formerly part of the Volhynia Gubernia of the Russian Empire.


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