Shulamit Bukowski Levin papers
Documents and photographic prints illustrating experiences of Sulamit Bukowska [donor] born in Bedzin, Poland 1940, and placed in hiding during the Holocaust. Includes photographic prints of the donor's parents, Frajda Katz and Lejb Bukowski, and their children, Gedalia and Shulamit, and extended family; the certificate for Shulamit's baptism, completed by her rescuers, the Stanieckos, in preparation for formal adoption after the War; and court documents attesting to custody battle between Shulamit's mother's brother Samuel Katz and the Staniecko family.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Shulamit Bukowski Levin
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Contains materials documenting the experiences of Shulamit Bukowski Levin and his family during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Photograph album and loose photographs which belonged to Kreindl Katz (donor's maternal aunt), who survived the Holocaust in hiding, probably in Warsaw. Kreindl-Krysia lived in Australia after the war with her brother Shmuel Katz (Wladek). Includes a letter written by Krysia Katz after the war from Australia.