Currently, there are three photographs mentioned in Biscuit:
It was a photograph, and it captured her perfectly. Her head was cocked slightly to one side and the top of her short hair was pulled sleekly back from her face, with short loose strands curling around her cheeks. She was wearing a dark dress and the heart pendant he’d given her for her birthday earlier that spring. She was looking up at the photographer with a small, secretive smile.
|My grandmother, Roma Neufeld, 1927 (about). |
She was about 15 years old here.
As it turned out, Arthur’s mother didn’t have a photograph he could send to Roma. But Masia arranged for a photographer to take one. Arthur got a haircut from his father’s barber, borrowed a suit, and wore a black bowtie. He thought he looked rather grown up.
|My grandfather, Arthur Lubinski, 1927 (about).|
He would have been about 17.
Arthur retrieved his camera, and asked to take a picture of Roma, Paul, and Liliane. They agreed, happily posing, though Roma asked him to frame the picture so that her belly didn’t show. Arthur snapped several pictures, then put his camera away.