Joyce Zalc Mizrachi collection
Contains photographs of Miriam and David Zalc and the youngest of their three children, Josephina [donor], in Récébédou, Elne, and Trets, France where the family survived during the Holocaust.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Joyce Zalc Mizrachi
Record last modified: 2022-07-28 17:50:49
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Also in Zalc family collection
Contains materials documenting the Holocaust experiences of the Zalc family. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Contains documents issued to David Zalc [donor’s father], including a 1942 document issued by “Asurances Sociales” to David Zalc in Trets, France, where the family lived during the second World War; two paycheck stubs issued in 1945 to David Zalc by the American Allied forces, with whom David worked after the family’s liberation in Trets, France; and doctor’s note for Zalc family dated September 1944 in Marseilles, France.
Testimony, typescript, four pages, by Lucie Ragin, with photocopy of letter from ORT in 1979, alluding to Ragin's story.
Correspondence, official documents, photographs relating to the donors and their families during the Holocaust, specifically in Antwerp, Rivesaltes, Brens, Récébédou. Includes one hand-knit woolen sack.
The collection consists of three photographs of David, Gusta, and Leiser Kersner (Lucie Ragin's aunt, uncle, and cousin) who perished during the Holocaust.
Contains a certificate of Residency issued in Trets, France, for David Zalc (donor’s father), dated October 1, 1956, stating that David, born in Łódź, Poland in 1900, resided in Trets between 1942 and 1944 with his wife, Mirjana [sic] and three children André, Lucie, and Joséphine.