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    Contains correspondence between Luba Lewin (donor's mother) in Vienna, Austria, and Samuel Moskowitz (donor's father) in New York and Washington, DC. Includes photographic portraits of Luba Lewin and Samuel Moskowitz, dated 1945-1946. Luba was born in Krasnik, Poland and survived the Holocaust on false papers as Regina Wisniewska. Samuel was an American soldier serving in Vienna, and the two fell in love. Luba awaited her immigration permit in Vienna and the two corresponded extensively until she arrived in the US in November 1946. Luba and Samuel married and built their family in Washington, DC.
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Sidney Moskowitz

    Physical Details

    Letters. Photographs.
    1 folder

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    Administrative Notes

    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2009 by Sidney Moskowitz.
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