Poland

To contact a resource owner, click on the link at the end of the citation.

General

"Who's Who in Polish America." Ed. Rev. Francis Bolek; New York: Harbinger House; 1943. 5,000 short biographies of notable Polish-Americans, both living and historical. They are listed alphabetically, by state, and by profession. K30

Ciechanow Province

"CIECHANOW (Poland) [Town of] Memorial Book of the Ciechanow Community." (Yizkor Buch) Yasni, J., Ciechanow Survivors Organization, 1951. Description of Jewish community life in pre-Holocaust Ciechanow. Many families list their members, activities, ancestors, etc. NOTE: There is no index. Searches for family names is very time-consuming in 500+ pages of Hebrew or Yiddish. Alphabetical Necrology (list of those murdered by Germans) is fairly complete, in Yiddish transliteration of original Polish, Hebrew, German or other language family name. AEM

Nowy Sacz Province

"Telekomunikacja Polska S.A. 1998." Telephone White Pages from Nowy Sacz Province in southern Poland. Includes the following main districts and their surrounding small villages: Nowy Sacz, Gorlice, Grybow, Jordanow, Krynica, Limanowa, Mszana Dolna, Muszyna, Nowy Targ, Piwniczna, Rabka, Stary Sacz, Szczawnica, Zakopane. PAT

Poznan Province

"Naturalized Jews of the Grand Duchy of Posen in 1834 and 1835." E.D.Luft, Avotaynu, 2004. Originally published 1836, containing about 5,000 Jewish names (~ 10% - 20% of Jewish population) in County of Posen, Prussia, now Poznan, Poland. A15