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Renia Sperber Perel collection

Collection
Collection Summary
The collection consists of two blouses, a skirt, and a comb relating to the experiences of Renia Sperber in Malnow, Poland, and as a forced laborer in the Lampertsmuhle textile factory near Kaiserslautern, Germany, during the Holocaust and in displaced persons camps in Dunsen and Backnang, Germany, after the end of World War II.
Provenance
The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2010 by Renia Sperber Perel.
Date
1941 December
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Short sleeved smock with tassels and floral embroidery worn by a Polish Jewish girl living with an assumed identity

Object | Accession Number: 2010.465.1

Geography
received : Malnow (Poland) (historic); Malynivka (Lvivska oblast, Ukraine)
Date
1941 December-1948 September

White drawstring blouse with cufflinks worn by a Polish Jewish girl with an assumed identity

Object | Accession Number: 2010.465.2 a-c

Geography
received : Malnow (Poland) (historic); Malynivka (Lvivska oblast, Ukraine)
Date
1941 December-1948 September

Floral print skirt worn by a Polish Jewish girl living with an assumed identity

Object | Accession Number: 2010.465.3

Geography
received : Malnow (Poland) (historic); Malynivka (Lvivska oblast, Ukraine)
Date
1941 December-1948 September

Large black plastic comb used by a Polish Jewish girl living with an assumed identity

Object | Accession Number: 2010.465.4

Geography
received : Malnow (Poland) (historic); Malynivka (Lvivska oblast, Ukraine)
Date
1941 December-1948 September
Large black plastic comb used by a Polish Jewish girl living with an assumed identity
 
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