Izak Rosenblat papers
The Izak Rozenblat papers contain photographs and documents relating to Izak “Izy” Rosenblat, a Polish tailor who lived in the Radom ghetto and whose wife and child were deported to Treblinka in 1942. Izy continued to work forced labor for the Germans until his liberation in 1945. Included in the collection are photographs, identification papers, and documents related to restitution from the German government.
The Izak Rosenblat papers contain primarily photographs and documents pertaining to Izak’s family and immigration to the United States. Among the photographs are many group photos of Izy with his wife Taube and son Max. Another pictures Izy with Polish president Lech Wałęsa along with other Holocaust survivors. Other documents include identification papers used by Izy to immigrate to the United States. Also included are papers related to restitution payments made by the German government. Oversized items include an illustrated sketch of a young Izy, sheet music, and a diploma from the German Garment Academy certifying Izy as a tailor.
3 oversize folders
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