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Hanna and Thomas play in the snow; Hanna and Babeta swing in a hammock

Film | Digitized | Accession Number: 2009.206.1 | RG Number: RG-60.4791 | Film ID: 2871

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    Hanna and Thomas play in the snow; Hanna and Babeta swing in a hammock

    Overview

    Description
    Hanna and Thomas run along a path in the snow. Scene shifts to the summertime, with Hanna and Babeta swinging in a hammock.
    Duration
    00:02:17
    Date
    Event:  1935
    Locale
    Jaremcze, Poland
    Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Hanna Lieberman-Levi
    Contributor
    Subject: Thomas Sperber
    Subject: Hanna Lieberman-Levi
    Biography
    The 9.5mm home movies predominantly feature cousins Hanna Lieberman (b. 1930) and Thomas Sperber (1930-2009) in Knihinin, Poland (a district of Stanislawow, which is now Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, Ukraine) and the spa retreat of Jaremcze, Poland (now Yaremcha, Ukraine). Thomas's grandfather Filip owned a yeast and alcohol factory in Stanislawow, and with his wife Babeta (1858-1927) had four children: Jeannette Münch (1891-1967), Cecylia (Cilli) Kupferman (1892-1973), Benedikt Lieberman (1896-1950), Aniela (Nelly) Sperber (1898-1989). Filip left for the ghetto in Kolomyja, Poland in 1941 and died from natural causes there in 1943. The rest of the Lieberman family members escaped the Nazis and emigrated to Palestine from late 1935 to 1939, where they operated a farm in Ein Sara near Nahariya and lived in a 19th century house built by a Lebanese family.
    The 9.5mm home movies predominantly feature cousins Hanna Lieberman (b. 1930) and Thomas Sperber (1930-2009) in Knihinin, Poland (a district of Stanislawow, which is now Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, Ukraine) and the spa retreat of Jaremcze, Poland (now Yaremcha, Ukraine). Hanna's parents Benedikt and Ella Brecher (1905-1943) lived in Ella's home of Olomouc, Czechoslovakia before settling in Stanislawow where Benedikt practiced as an economist. Hanna's grandfather Filip owned a yeast and alcohol factory in Stanislawow, and with his wife Babeta (1858-1927) had four children: Jeannette Münch (1891-1967), Cecylia (Cilli) Kupferman (1892-1973), Benedikt Lieberman (1896-1950), Aniela (Nelly) Sperber (1898-1989). Filip left for the ghetto in Kolomyja, Poland in 1941 and died from natural causes there in 1943. The rest of the Lieberman family members escaped the Nazis and emigrated to Palestine from late 1935 to 1939, where they operated a farm in Ein Sara near Nahariya and lived in a 19th century house built by a Lebanese family. Hanna still lives in Israel.

    Physical Details

    Language
    Silent
    Genre/Form
    Amateur.
    B&W / Color
    Black & White
    Image Quality
    Good
    Time Code
    01:53:26:00 to 01:55:43:00
    Film Format
    • Master
    • Master 2871 Video: Digital Betacam - NTSC - large
      Master 2871 Video: Digital Betacam - NTSC - large
      Master 2871 Video: Digital Betacam - NTSC - large
      Master 2871 Video: Digital Betacam - NTSC - large
    • Preservation
    • Preservation 2871 Video: Betacam SP - NTSC - large
      Preservation 2871 Video: Betacam SP - NTSC - large
      Preservation 2871 Video: Betacam SP - NTSC - large
      Preservation 2871 Video: Betacam SP - NTSC - large

    Rights & Restrictions

    Conditions on Access
    You do not require further permission from the Museum to access this archival media.
    Copyright
    Hanna Lieberman-Levi
    Conditions on Use
    The Museum does not own the copyright for this material and does not have authority to authorize third party use. For permission, please contact the rights holder, Mr. Benny Levi.

    Keywords & Subjects

    Administrative Notes

    Film Provenance
    Hanna Lieberman-Levi loaned her family's 9.5mm films to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for copying in May 2009 via her son Benny Levi.
    Note
    The 9.5mm home movies predominantly feature cousins Hanna Lieberman (b. 1930) and Thomas Sperber (1930-2009) in Knihinin, Poland (a district of Stanislawow, which is now Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, Ukraine) and the spa retreat of Jaremcze, Poland (now Yaremcha, Ukraine).

    The 25th Frame Studio featured Hanna and her home movies in a 2006 20 minute DVD production.
    Copied From
    9.5mm Pathe baby
    Film Source
    Hanna Lieberman-Levi
    File Number
    Legacy Database File: 5180
    Source Archive Number: 32
    Record last modified:
    2024-02-21 07:18:13
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