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Ellen SHINDELMAN KOWITT (ESK)

 

Lyubar, Ukraine

4955' N /2745' E
205 km WSW of Kyyiv, 47 miles WSW of Zhytomer,
37 miles W of Berdychiv, 17 miles SE of Polonnoye

 

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Photo of a Lyubar synagogue circa 1912-1914 from An-Sky Collection.

Postcard showing a mid to late 20th century restaurant interior in Lyubar,
and a Lyubar postmark in 1999.

         Group photos from annual gatherings at one of two mass graves in Lyubar.

         49 photos of Jewish Lyubar residents on Yad Vashem's Online Photo Archive.

         YIVO's "People of a Thousand Towns" online photo archive shows the Jewish agricultural settlement in Lyubar 1925-1926.

  • Website of an architecture catalogue of Volhynia and other places during the "Napoleonic" era of the 19th century (1807-1883). The drawing below are of a Lyubar Catholic church and the noble landowner Vodzitsky estate.        

    Parish Church of the Dominican 
    St. Michael and John of Nepomuk and the Monastery
    . View from the Słucz River. Church with a dome above the nave; on both sides, two-story cloister buildings with column portico; in the revival arcaded belfry-gate. Inscription: Lubar Dominican Church; the Słucz River; inscription on the foundation: Lubar. Volyn. 1862-1876. Pencil drawing painted with watercolors. 20.5 x 27.7 cm. National Museum, Krakow. III-R.A. 4186 (Teka Volyn).
     
    The Wodzicki Palace.
    View from the Słucz River. Two-story palace with a column portico in great order and loggias in the side elevations; around farm buildings. Inscription: Lubar; inscription on the foundation: Lubar, - palace. Volyn.
    1862-1876. Pencil drawing painted with watercolors. 20.5 x 27.7 cm.
    National Museum, Krakow. III-R.A. 4188 (Teka Volyn).
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