Eva Oswalt papers
The Eva Oswalt papers contains documents and photographs relating to the personal life of Eva Oswalt, a Jewish woman who was eventually imprisoned in Ravensbrück concentration camp during World War II. The photographs mainly consist of her family members, with many of Eva herself from both pre-war and her later years. The documents primarily relate to her time post-World War II, and include hospital notes, travel certificates, and identification materials. Other documents include correspondence, documentation concerning reparations, and other various affidavits and written statements. Also included in the collection are a cookbook which Eva created while she was interred at Ravensbrück, two sketches of her father Emil and her ex-husband Karl, and some newspapers.
3 oversize folders
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Eva Guttsmann Ostwalt
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