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- A Place & Date Depicted Royal Park, Australia
Digital Photograph - Sam & Rosa Baitz Dancing in Front Yard, Royal Park, 1930 Reg. No: MM 110709
- Digital photograph depicting Rosa and her brother Sam Baitz dancing in front yard of their family home in Royal Park, 1930. Rosa was in a dress that her mother Rachel made. Their shoes were made by their father, Elias Baitz, who was a slipper manufacturer.
Elias and Rachel Baitz immigrated to Australia from Russia via Africa with their two sons, Alexander and Sam, and Rachel's sister's family the Grosovsky's (Grosby) in 1915. Elias initially went into business with his brother-in-law Moses Grosovsky (Grosby) before the partnership dissolved in 1926. Rosa and another brother Paul were both born after the Baitz family had settled in Australia.
- Digital Image
- Description Of Content:
- A boy and girl dancing in the front yard of their house. He is kneeling, and she is balancing on his hip.
- Contributed by Mrs Rosa Perlman
|Tagged with:||jewish communities, jewish immigration, domestic life, recreation activities, russian immigration, family businesses, play|
|Themes this item is part of:||Leisure Collection, Melbourne's Biggest Family Album Collection, Images & Image Making Collection|
|Primary Classification:||RECREATION & TOURISM|
|Inscriptions:||1930 Rosa Baitz (age 7) & Brother Sam (age17) / 90 the Avenue Royal Park N.2 (Parkville) / fancied ourselves as adagio dancers.|
|Format:||Digital Still Image: Black & White; Tiff|
|Place & Date Depicted:||Royal Park, Victoria, Australia, 1930
Place Depicted Notes: Royal Park or Parkville.
|Person Depicted:||Mrs Rosa Perlman, Royal Park, Victoria, Australia, 1930
|Person Depicted:||Sam Baitz, Royal Park, Victoria, Australia, 1930|