Ursula Klau papers
2 oversize boxes
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the Estate of Ursula Klau
The Ursula Klau papers contain biographical materials, correspondence, estate, reparations, and restitution records, photographic materials, song lyrics, a calendar, and two prayer books. The records document Ursula Klau's family; their experiences in Nazi Germany, Nazi-occupied Netherlands, the Westerbork transit camp, the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, and the so-called "Lost Transport"; and Ursula's liberation and recuperation in Davos, Switzerland, immigration to the United States, and efforts to liquidate and distribute her parents' estate and to receive restitution and reparations for her family's experiences.
Record last modified: 2017-09-12 11:51:47
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Also in Ursula Klau family collection
The collection consists of correspondence, documents, prayer books, and photographs relating to the experiences of Ursula Klau and her family in Amsterdam, Netherlands, before and after the Holocaust as well as contemporary photographs from the 1950s and later.
Framed genealogical chart for the Samson Wertheimber family for the years 1658-1867. There is also a smaller pencil sketch that continues the family tree through 1932 that includes Oscar Klau and his daughters, Helga and Ursula.