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Kresch family collection

Document | Accession Number: 2011.291.1

The Kresch family collection consists of correspondence, photographs, and identification documents related to the Kresch family of Poland. The collection consists of a wedding invitation for the wedding ceremony of Annie Kurtz and Herman Kresch, May 24, 1912; a Polish passport issued to Hyman Kresch in New York, 1921; a Certificate of Naturalization issued to Hyman Kresch, October 4, 1948; a letter written by Gitla Kersch Riss in Czortków, Poland to her brother Hyman Kresch in New York, dated February 1933; and a postcard written by Gitla Riss in Czortków to her brother Hyman Kresch, circa March-April 1940. The photographs include a photographic portrait of Sara Kresch in Rzeszów, Poland, undated; a photographic portrait of Izak Itche Kresch and Mindl Kresch in Przemyśl, Poland, undated; and a photograph of an unidentified relative in Germany, undated.

inclusive:  1912-1940
1 oversize folder
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Holly Blum
Record last modified: 2022-07-28 17:50:05
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