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Family in garden; young women in Monchengladbach

Film | Accession Number: 2019.220 | RG Number: RG-60.6999 | Film ID: 4375

Section 2 and 4: A young woman in a dress twirls for the camera, smiling. A different woman, Hilla Fleischer (later Hildegard von Gumppenberg), shows off her outfit in an outdoor garden. Three people (from left to right: Gertrude Weyl, mother Lieschen Weyl, and Paul Weyl), arms locked, smiling and posing (probably a continuation of the first scene in RG-60.6998 at Monchengladbach). MS, a young person in a dress jumps (possibly Leischen's niece). Peter does forward rolls. 01:00:55 Outside of the entrance to a building, a group of people gather (including Paul, Gertrude, and Leischen) and wave. Man in a suit and glasses reads a book to two women.

01:01:21 Else Weyl on right in flowery dress with a woman and a man in knickers walking down a wooded path. An older man with a camera around his shoulder joins the two women (replacing the younger fellow). Else and Eric (on right). Else carries her shoes on a stick thats sits over her shoulder, she laughs at the camera. She dips her feet into a stream, and knocks around some rocks, and dries her feet. The young man playfully tugs at her undergarments, and helps her stand with a cane as she finishes dressing. Side view of Eric's father Bernard Weyl, the older bald man with glasses, talking to somebody off camera.

Event:  Approximately 1928-1929
Reichenbach, Germany
Monchengladbach, Germany
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, gift of Ruth Geall
Record last modified: 2022-07-28 21:56:56
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