1918 bank note brought to the US by a Jewish family fleeing Nazi Germany
- Object Type
National bank notes (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Natalie Taubmann Tortolani
Bank note, worth 250 units, brought with Natalie Taubmann, and her parents Benjamin and Helene when they fled Berlin, Germany, in December 1939 and sailed on the Saturnia to the United States.
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Also in Natalie Taubmann Tortolani family collection
The collection consist of a 1918 banknote, affifdavits, documents, a ship ticket, and a copy photograph and 1918 currency relating to the experiences of Helene and Benjamin Taubmann and their daughter Natalie, who emigrated from Nazi-occupied Berlin to the United States in 1939.
Documents, affidavits, passenger ship's ticket and copy photograph illustrating the experiences of Helene and Benjamin Taubmann (donor's parents) and their daughter Natalie, who emigrated from Nazi-occupied Berlin to the United States in 1939. Ship's ticket for the Saturnia for Helene and Natalie dated December 1939. Affidavit of support provided by Claude Bayless of Los Angeles, CA.