2005 update!: Click here for a new, very expanded version of the Lewbel family tree, provided by George Lewbel. The rest of this page below is from 2002, so has some dead links. Someday it’ll be revised.
Formerly the Lewbel family reunion page, this is now Lewbel Online, home of Lewbel links on the internet (kinda blog like, but without the frequent updates). To see everyone at the reunion, click here.
*** Lewbels in the movies: The internet movie database includes two of our relatives, and Rob Lewbel and Linda June Lewbel. An interview with Rob about his work is here. Linda June worked under the stage name of “Bunny Lewbel.” Info about her performing career is here, and check out this memoir including her at the Copacabana.
Lewbel family reunion was held July 31 to
*** Click here to see how Abraham Morris Lewbel would have gone to the reunion.
Click here to get a PDF copy of the Lewbel family tree, revised as of May 2002 (you will need adobe acrobat reader to read it. Acrobat can be downloaded for free from adobe.com). If you’d like to dig deeper into the Lewbel family (a scary thought), email George for a copy of his complete Lewbel genealogy database. It is in the GEDCOM format. To read and use it, you will need to download the excellent legacy program, at http://www.legacyfamilytree.com/, or, for you mac users, get the gene program, http://www.ics.uci.edu/~eppstein/gene/
Congratulations to Sam, Josh, Becky, Hannah, Laura, and
(ok, so it’s not really like a blog at all. More of a home page, except nobody’s home).
See Saul Lewbel’s 1935
If you weren’t invited to
the reunion, please don't be offended. Perhaps we did not know how to reach
you, or maybe did not even know that you existed. It's taken over 5 years to
make sense of our rather complex family tree. Most of us don't know one another
since we've been spread out for at least a generation all over
*** See Lewbel art: Paintings by Ellen Hack (nee Lewbel)
Augustow, in what is now
*** How about Lewbel books? See George Lewbel at Amazon.com
***Click here for Arthur's home page – full of the unlikely combination of juggling and econometric publications
***Teen stuff: Click here for Florence's evil smiley page.