Another postcard sent to the Topolovec family - again it says "fathers folks fam". Still assuming they are August's parents and siblings. Again, no idea what it says on the back. so if anyone can/wants to translate it for me that would be fantastic.
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1850 - Jan 22, 1932
A photo of a postcard sent from Yugoslavia to the Topolovec's in Utah. I don't know if "Fathers folks fam" means August's parents and siblings or if they are extended family. The two adults in the middle resemble the older couple in another postcard. So I'm assuming they are Marko and Franca (Vinceljak) Topolovec and August's siblings. And I'm guessing August's brother Stefan Topolovec is who sent the postcard. If anyone can/wants to translate this for me that would be amazing :)
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1850 - Jan 22, 1932
A photo of Juliana (Čufer) Topolovec & her daughter Veronica Topolovec
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1892 - Jul 21, 1936
These are Juliana (Julia) Čufer Topolovec's siblings. I have no idea what their names are or if they immigrated to the U.S. from what was once Yugoslavia.
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1892 - Jul 21, 1936
A family photo of August, Veronica, Juliana (Čufer) and Henry Topolovec. Not sure of the year. Guesstimating 1917. Veronica is seated between August and Julia. Henry is standing between them.
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1892 - Jul 21, 1936
A photo of Karl Verhnjak, my father, Maribor , Yugoslavia, 1936
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Sep 23, 1918 - Unknown
Srecko Stegnar, born 1842 died 1915, was a Slovene composer. Slovenia is on the Mediterranean, bordering the Alps.
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1842 - Unknown
Luiza Pesjak, born 1828 died 1898, was a Slovene writer. She wrote patriotic poetry, fiction, plays, and children's poetry.
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1828 - Unknown
Janez Mencinger was a Slovene poet, lawyer, and translator. During his life, it's estimated that 1 in 9 Slovenian people emigrated from Slovenia to other parts of the world.
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1838 - Unknown
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Janez Gnjezda,born 1838, died 1904, was a Slovene (Slovenia) priest. Slovenia is north of Croatia and east of Italy - it used to be part of the Holy Roman Empire.
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