|"In Kraslava around 1920. Left to right: an uncle, my grandmother Chaika Neihauzen Aranovich, my father."|
|"Here's a Kraslava photo from around 1923-1926. My father is on the left, born Shmuel Aranovich in Kraslava in 1910. He left in 1926. I don't know the identities of any of the others--maybe a visitor to the site will recognize someone."|
|"Best guess: a family
member proudly sent this to his relatives in
Kraslava during World War I. There is some Yiddish on the back of the photo."