Georgette Illouze Banoun

Mecodi Cohen and Judah Ben Nun immigrated to Israel from Fez in Morocco in 1949 with their seven children: Simon (Simon), Marcelle, Georgette, Fanny RIP, Simi RIP, Joseph and Shulamit. At first they lived in Brandes encampment and then moved to Givat Shaul. In 1950 they bought a house in Musrara.
 
Judah worked as a driver at the Postal Authority and Mecodi was a housewife.
 
Georgette Illouze Banoun
Georgette with her parents, sister and brothers Georgette with her parents, sister and brothers
Georgette and her brother Yosef Georgette and her brother Yosef
Georgette and her brothers Georgette and her brothers
 Georgette and her brothers Simon and Marcel Georgette and her brothers Simon and Marcel
Georgette with her parents, sisters and brother Georgette with her parents, sisters and brother
Georgette and her husband Eli on their wedding day Georgette and her husband Eli on their wedding day
Georgette with her husband and children Georgette with her husband and children
Georgette in her uncle's Amram wedding Georgette in her uncle's Amram wedding
Georgette and her husband, Eli Georgette and her husband, Eli
Georgette in her brother's wedding, Marcel Georgette in her brother's wedding, Marcel
An intreview with Georgette Illouz Banoun An intreview with Georgette Illouz Banoun
A postcard from Georgette to her family A postcard from Georgette to her family

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