English

God, I thank you dearly

To all the Mailers from Lanowce who were murdered in the Holocaust, and to those who have been fortunate to make Aliya and build a country and a new life 

Name of speaker: 
Bluma Gelstein (of Miller/Mailer) Z”L
Gender of speaker: 
Female
Occupation of speaker: 
Kibbutz farm work, shoemaker, laundrywoman, kitchen worker
Age of speaker at time of recording: 
75
Year of immigration: 
1935
Speaker's country of origin: 
Speaker's community of origin: 
Language: 
Yiddish
Conversation topics: 
Documentation: 
Bluma Gelstein – delivered by her daughter Hila Shay
Year of recording: 
1990

36 righteous ones (Lamed-Vav Tzaddikim)

To all the Mailers from Lanowce who were murdered in the Holocaust, and to those who have been fortunate to make Aliya and build a country and a new life 

Name of speaker: 
Bluma Gelstein (of Miller/Mailer) Z”L
Gender of speaker: 
Female
Occupation of speaker: 
Kibbutz farm work, shoemaker, laundrywoman, kitchen worker
Age of speaker at time of recording: 
75
Year of immigration: 
1935
Speaker's country of origin: 
Speaker's community of origin: 
Language: 
Yiddish
Conversation topics: 
Documentation: 
Bluma Gelstein – delivered by her daughter Hila Shay
Year of recording: 
1990

Why I learnt to sing songs

To all the Mailers from Lanowce who were murdered in the Holocaust, and to those who have been fortunate to make Aliya and build a country and a new life 

Name of speaker: 
Bluma Gelstein (of Miller/Mailer) Z”L
Gender of speaker: 
Female
Occupation of speaker: 
Kibbutz farm work, shoemaker, laundrywoman, kitchen worker
Age of speaker at time of recording: 
75
Year of immigration: 
1935
Speaker's country of origin: 
Speaker's community of origin: 
Language: 
Yiddish
Conversation topics: 
Documentation: 
Bluma Gelstein – delivered by her daughter Hila Shay
Year of recording: 
1990

To the Creator of the skies and the world

To all the Mailers from Lanowce who were murdered in the Holocaust, and to those who have been fortunate to make Aliya and build a country and a new life 

Name of speaker: 
Bluma Gelstein (of Miller/Mailer) Z”L
Gender of speaker: 
Female
Occupation of speaker: 
Kibbutz farm work, shoemaker, laundrywoman, kitchen worker
Age of speaker at time of recording: 
75
Year of immigration: 
1935
Speaker's country of origin: 
Speaker's community of origin: 
Language: 
Yiddish
Conversation topics: 
Documentation: 
Bluma Gelstein – delivered by her daughter Hila Shay
Year of recording: 
1990

Why did the little flower wither

To all the Mailers from Lanowce who were murdered in the Holocaust, and to those who have been fortunate to make Aliya and build a country and a new life 

Name of speaker: 
Bluma Gelstein (of Miller/Mailer) Z”L
Gender of speaker: 
Female
Occupation of speaker: 
Kibbutz farm work, shoemaker, laundrywoman, kitchen worker
Age of speaker at time of recording: 
75
Year of immigration: 
1935
Speaker's country of origin: 
Speaker's community of origin: 
Language: 
Yiddish
Conversation topics: 
Documentation: 
Bluma Gelstein – delivered by her daughter Hila Shay
Year of recording: 
1990

Walks off, crosses the street

To all the Mailers from Lanowce who were murdered in the Holocaust, and to those who have been fortunate to make Aliya and build a country and a new life 

Name of speaker: 
Bluma Gelstein (of Miller/Mailer) Z”L
Gender of speaker: 
Female
Occupation of speaker: 
Kibbutz farm work, shoemaker, laundrywoman, kitchen worker
Age of speaker at time of recording: 
75
Year of immigration: 
1935
Speaker's country of origin: 
Speaker's community of origin: 
Language: 
Yiddish
Conversation topics: 
Documentation: 
Bluma Gelstein – delivered by her daughter Hila Shay
Year of recording: 
1990

Come here, the philosopher

To all the Mailers from Lanowce who were murdered in the Holocaust, and to those who have been fortunate to make Aliya and build a country and a new life 

Name of speaker: 
Bluma Gelstein (of Miller/Mailer) Z”L
Gender of speaker: 
Female
Occupation of speaker: 
Kibbutz farm work, shoemaker, laundrywoman, kitchen worker
Age of speaker at time of recording: 
75
Year of immigration: 
1935
Speaker's country of origin: 
Speaker's community of origin: 
Language: 
Yiddish
Conversation topics: 
Documentation: 
Bluma Gelstein – delivered by her daughter Hila Shay
Year of recording: 
1990