What my father scanned for me is a picture of my grandparents Morris and May in late 1931, when my grandmother is pregnant with my mother. This is the picture which caused my great-aunt Reba to say "That Coat!". When she was young, May had been ill and spent a long time in a sanatorium. After she came home she was treated with great care and delicacy, to her younger sister's apparent resentment. At one point her father bought her a nice coat, and Reba (according to Reba herself, 60 years or so later) put up a huge fuss about how May always got treated better. So her father, in exasperation, handed her some money and said go buy yourself a coat. But he probably said it in Yiddish.
Here is Morris, May, and That Coat.
It's almost painful to see how young they are.