Tablecloth with an embroidered blue floral design
Kolomea, Galicia (historic);
Furnishings and Furniture
- Object Type
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Claudia Greif and Vladimir Brandwajn
Embroidered tablecloth from the dowry of Klara Stempler Greif from Kolomea, Galicia, part of Poland after the 1918 collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and now Kolomyia, Ukraine.
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Also in Klara Stempler Greif family collection
The collection consists of a tablelcoth, table runner, documents, and photographs relating to the experiences of Klara Stempler Greif and her sons Maximilian and Ignatz, and Ignatz's wife, Izi, before and during the Holocaust in Romania and after in Romania and the United States.
The collection documents the pre-war and post-war lives of Ignacy and Izi Greif (née Korn) of Romania. Included are pre-war photographs of the Greif and Korn families in Romania; post-war documents relating to Ignacy and Izi’s engineering education and careers in Romania; naturalization certificates of Ignacy and Izi; and writings of Ignacy’s relative Yehuda Hersch Stempler. Photographs include depictions of Ignacy’s high school classmates in Romania and Izi’s brother Hari.
Embroidered table runner with the intials S + K from the dowry of Klara Stempler Greif from Kolomea, Galicia, part of Poland after the 1918 collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and now Kolomyia, Ukraine.