|4 steps and 5 mistakes|
|1/4 - It is not the building 16 Sienna/9 Śliska str. but Bershon and Bauman hospital at 60 Sienna str. (Szpital Dziecięcy Bershonów i Baumanów).|
3/4 - Here, however, it is Biała street and the Court Building at the Ogrodowa street. Mentioned, Chłodna street is behind to the left of the photographer that stands at Elektoralna street..
|4/4 - It is not Biała street (see above) but the Court Building at the Leszno entrance.|
|1/4 - Again! The building is 16 Sienna/9 Śliska str. Not Bershon and Bauman hospital at 60 Sienna str. (Szpital Dziecięcy Bershonów i Baumanów). The picture is from my blog. I found it in Przeglad Techniczny, nr. 50-52, pages. 513-514, year 1914 .|
Karmelicka Street. Traffic in Karmelicka Street consisted of ghetto trams, rickshaws and German cars transporting prisoners according to Polin.
However, I can just see children at the sidewalk and the main story inside "Karmelicka Street" is about CATHOLICS IN THE GHETTO
Polin writes: According to a German decree, even Jews who converted to Catholicism or Catholics with Jewish parents or grandparents were required to move into the ghetto. There were two churches for them in the district: the All Saints Church in Grzybowski Square and the Church of the Virgin Mary in Leszno Street. There were not many Catholic Jews in the ghetto.
The All Saints Church at Grzybowski Square is related to Korczak and Korczaks children, see red typed letter above. Therefore, I wonder why Museum Polin is not making the church as orange point on the map?