Elizabeth Kaufmann Koenig letter
Written by Elizabeth Kaufmann Koenig (friend of donor) to the Trocme family, 1944, New York, after the liberation of France; describes how much Elizabeth misses them and tells of her new experiences as a recent refugee to the United States.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Magda Trocmé
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Also in Magda and André Trocmé collection
The collection consists of photographs relating to the Trocmé family and a bible used by Pastor André Trocmé during his sermons urging Le Chambon-sur-Lignon (France) citizens to save Jewish people.
Old and new testaments translated by Louis Segond into French from the original Hebrew and Greek texts. The bible was used by Pastor André Trocmé during sermons urging Le Chambon-sur-Lignon citizens to save Jewish people. It was given to him by his mother, Pauline Schwertman. The bible contains Pastor Trocme's original notations and marks for his sermons and personal use.
Framed image of Magda Trocmé's children, Nelly and Jean Pierre, and dog Fido at the door of the Rectory. Magda Trocmé described this door as "one that let through many refugees and was never closed."