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Petzal family collection

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    Contains a Red Cross letter sent by Grete Werner in Palestine to her sister Lotti Bieber in Piaski, Poland, dated August 27, 1942, and returned with annotation: "Address moved away"; a letter written by Hilde Petzal in Piaski, probably in 1940, describing the terrible conditions the family was in after their deportation from Stettin in February 1940; letters written by the Petzal family in Piaski to their cousins in Washington, DC, dated c. 1940; letters written by Ingeborge Petzal in Germany to her brother Horst in Palestine, dated c. 1939; an identification certificate issued to Ingeborg Petzal in Bern, Switzerland on August 29, 1945; and family portraits of the Petzal family in Arnswalde, Germany, dated c. 1930.
    creation:  1925-1945
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Rachel Moses

    Physical Details

    Letters. Photograph.
    1 folder

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    Geographic Name
    Piaski (Lublin, Poland)

    Administrative Notes

    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2008 by Rachel Moses.
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