I have translated a page about Hunsdorf/Huncovce, Slovakia, from a Yizkor (Memorial) Book, Pinkas Slovakia, as part of an effort by JewishGen to make information available to the world. Over the years, I have also compiled birth, marriage, death, and tombstone information for this same town. I even created a "KehilaLinks" website for the Huncovce and am in the process of updating the site.
My biggest disappointment is in not finding a photo of the Hunsdorf/Huncovce Yeshiva in its heyday, or at least in the early part of the 1900s. It was second only in size to the Pressburg Yeshiva of the Chatam Sofer. It was so well respected, that young men even traveled from the USA to attend.
A partial student list from 1925, shows two young men, apparently brothers, Arthur J. Harris (b. 1904) and George A. Harris (b. 1908), from Scranton.
So does anyone out there have any information/photographs/documents from the Yeshiva they would care to share?