Frederick Weinstein papers
1.8 linear ft..
1 oversize box
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Frederick Weinstein
The Fryderyk Winnykamien papers comprise documents and photographs concerning Fryderyk Winnykamien, a Polish born Jew who escaped the Warsaw ghetto and lived in hiding for part of the war and his family in the years during and after the Holocaust. Materials include certification of slave labor, identification cards including Fryderyk’s false identification, correspondence, photographs depicting Fryderyk, his parents and wife at the Duppel displaced persons camp, United States naturalization paperwork, restitution claims, and the diary Fryderyk kept while in hiding in Warsaw between 1943 and 1944.
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The collection consists of a luggage tag, diary, documents, and photographs relating to the experiences of Fryderyk Winnykamien (later Frederick Weinstein) during and after the Holocaust when he escaped the Warsaw ghetto and survived in hiding, lived with his parents and wife in Duppel displaced persons camp before emigrating to the United States.