I was cleaning my grandparents house today, going through some old documents and found several written in languages my great grandparents spoke, but which I do not. My relatives came over from Germany (Nuremberg), Romania (then Bukovina, Austria-Hungary), Russia (Smela, now Ukraine) and Poland in the nineteen teens and, other than a few words of Yiddish their native languages are lost to me. I would love to know what they say if anyone would translate for me. Even the jist would satsify me for now.
Thanks so much for your help,
First, I found a photo of a little girl, possibly my great grandmother, who grew up in Nuremberg:
On the back is writing in German:
Near it was this certificate, which I think says something about my great grandfather, Leon Bruckner:
Later on in the folder I came across this doc in Hebrew (Yiddish?). I have no idea what it says:
There is also this letter in Yiddish, I think concerning a burial, but I'm not 100% sure:
Bigger versions of all images can be found www.flickr.com/photos/pitch/ here on my flickr.
Thanks again! As I said before, any help is appreciated. Full translations would be amazing, but even a hint would be great!