At the request of Mária Scheiber, daughter of Sándor Scheiber, we issue the following clarification to Enikő Bollobás’s “The Two Doors of Sándor Scheiber” (Vol. IV., No. 4., 2013). The last time Sándor Scheiber left his house before his death was not with Enikő Bollobás but with Mária Scheiber.


At the request of András Villányi, we wish to issue the following clarification. The two photographs published in Enikő Bollobás’s “The Two Doors of Sándor Scheiber” (Vol. IV., No. 4., 2013) have the following titles in the Villányi- collection as exhibited in the Jewish Museum of Budapest, May-August 2013: Jom kipuri imánál, Dr. Scheiber a tudós. Our captions were based on the background information supplied by András Villányi for these two images.

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