Dina Ofman papers
Consists of two black and white photographic prints: 1) of two women posing on grass, one wears a white armband bearing the Star of David, word “Stopnica” printed on right side, Dina Grossberg [donor] and sister Fela, dated 1942 ,verso, Stopnica, Poland; and 2) copy photograph, wedding portrait of a couple in their nuptial clothing, Star of David patch bearing words “Jood” sewn to their chests, man’s Star sewn upside down, identified verso as Avraham Haim Grossberg [donor’s brother] and his wife Hava, dated 1942, Den Haag, The Netherlands.
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Also in Dina Ofman collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Dina Ofman during and after the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Letter, from Dyncia Grosberg (Dina Ofman), written from Czestochowa, Poland to brother in Palestine, April 10, 1945. Also includes pre-war family photographs, along with copy of letter from donor to USHMM, 1994, explaining contents.