My mother with her Tante Meta, and cousin Margot Baer. My mother went along on this vacation to help take care of Joanne Baer who was an infant at the time. Also, my mother told me that because this trip was during the war that Louis Baer hoped they would not get a flat tire as (due to the shortage of rubber) there was no spare.
At Aunt Lore & Uncle Kurt's wedding in 1954.
May 12, 1962. Me with my parents and my brother, Dennis.
From left to right: Oma Julchen, Opa Karl, Tante Lore, Sharon, Uncle Kurt, Peter, Uncle Walter, Tante Irma, and Oma Dina.
From left to right; my father, me, Cantor Sol Altschuler, and Rabbi Dudley Weinberg.
My Mother's first cousin Liesel Adler she lived in Memphis, Tennessee. Next to her are her parents Alfons and Meta Berg, Oma Julchen's sister.
Oma Julchen, Tante Lore, and Opa Karl next to their home on Holton St.
Louis Baer and my mother's first cousin Margot Baer, my mother's aunt and uncle Alfons and Meta Berg, who was Oma Julchen's sister, and Sandy Baer.
My mother, on vacation in northern Wisconsin, with the Baers.
Ruth and Erich Luprecht very very good friends of my parents. Ruth was Uncle Kurt's sister.
From left to right: Peter, Oma Dina, my mother, Oma Julchen, Harold, and my mother's cousin Hilda Frank with her son Steven. Hilda and Steven were visiting from Evanston Illinois.
My aunt and uncle Lore and Kurt Keller with Uncle Kurt's mother Augusta Keller.
Oma with her four grandsons and Jean.