About Anna Opper
She was called Tianna, because in the old days aunts were called "Auntie." So, "Auntie Anna" became "Aunt Tianna"
About 1889? "Krakow reminds me of another incident which occurred when we were on our way back to America after two years in Europe. The train stopped for an hour, and little Anna, three years old, decided she'd go for a walk and disappeared. When the train was ready to start, no Anna. The alarm went out, all of us went looking for her. The train men were extraordinarily kind, agreeing to hold the train for fifteen minutes, but no longer. At last a policemen came along with her, just in the nick of time. But we missed the boat at Rotterdam, Holland."
Leah Kreinik Jacobowitz, __As I Remember_ 1962, pp 13-14.