This is Marion and Paul Wolff of San Luis Obispo, Ca. Marion was #211 on the first Kindertransport from Vienna.
Edith Feiner Sarett of Frankfurt, Germany. She went on to be an actress who acted in a play by Picasso, and an artist herself. Her daughter, Lisa Sarett Berger, whom I met in Atlanta, told me her mother chose not to focus on her past: "I made a decision to look forward, not backwards."
Arthur Adler, rescued with his late sister from Germany by Tante Truus—here with his daughter, Brenda Zirkind, of Baltimore.
Ellen Herz Kahn of Michigan (here with Meg) was brought to London on a Kindertransport from Berlin a week after her sister was. Their parents arrived in England a week before the start of WWII, and the family immigrated to the U.S.
Gertrud Ruth Friedmann Opper, who was on a 1938 Kindertransport from Vienna, with her daughter Erika Opper, her granddaughter Naomi, and her great-granddaughter Lucy. They are, as Erika says, “four generations who wouldn’t exist were it not for the goodness of strangers.”