Poland 1917: Color postcard Jaroslav, Ratusz.
Tinted postcard with people in front of the city hall. Sent as field-post card from Galicia to Wien.
Jarosław (Ukrainian: Ярослав, Yiddish: יאַרעסלאָוו Yareslov, German: Jaroslau) is a town in south-eastern Poland. Today it is the capital of Jarosław County.
The first Jews reportedly arrived in Jarosław in 1464.
In 1921 the last rabbi was appointed, Rabbi Shmaiya HaLevi Steinberg. He wrote a book about the Jews of his town, and in the 1930s sent two copies to the National Hebrew Library in Jerusalem. These copies are the only surviving copies of the book after the Holocaust.
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