Felemajer funeral photograph and Jakub Ekert labor ausweis
Photograph of a crowd participating in the funeral of a Jewish student, Felermajer, who was killed by ND (Endecja - Polish nationalist party), Lvov, Poland, Spring 1939. “Ausweis fur Arbeitsjuden” identification card issued to Jakub Ekert, nr. 111175, by the German labor department and the SD in the Drohobycz district. The card states that Jakub Ekert worked in road building from October 1, 1942, and starting on May 5, 1943, he worked in a roofing paper factory in Stryj, Poland, dated May 15, 1943; in German and Ukrainian.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Noemi Ekert
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Also in Noemi Ekert collection
The collection consists of a black and white photographic print bearing the image of a crowd of men and women participating in a funeral of a Jewish student, Felermajer, who was killed by the ND (Endecja - Polish nationalist party), dated Spring 1939; Lvov, Poland; and an identification labor card (in 2 pieces): "Ausweis fur Arbeitsjuden," issued to "ECKERT JAKOB" by the German labor department and the SD in the Drohobycz district. The collection also includes a handmade Jewish worker armband with a blue Star of David.