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Kleinberg family papers

Document | Accession Number: 2011.136.2

The Kleinberg family papers comprises postcards and letters written between the members of the Kleinberg family from 1939 until 1945. The majority of the correspondence is between the Kleinberg siblings and their immediate families, with the many of the letters coming from Zofia Minder in Krakow and Lola Schifeldrim, a close family friend who worked for Irena’s husband, Ferdynand Keiner and assisted Roman’s wife and daughters. Several of the postcards are written from a Soviet work camp, many of which are from Roman and Izydor. A majority of the postcards and letters have messages from multiple parties. Also included in this collection are documents pertaining specifically to Izydor Minder. Items include a notebook he used in law school, his Krakow Bar Association identification card, and a notice regarding his bar membership from 1939. Izydor’s Soviet work camp identification card and death record is also comprised in this collection, among other related material.

inclusive:  1912-1946
bulk:  1939-1941
16 folders
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Mrs. Anna Kleinberg Janowska Ciońćka and Ewa Kleinberg Janowska Boiseé
Record last modified: 2022-04-29 13:06:52
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