Sonneborn, Stern, and Bing families papers
The Sonneborn, Stern, and Bing families papers consists of documents related to the pre-war, wartime, and post-war experiences of the Sonneborn family, Stern family, and Bing family in the Netherlands; extensive family trees including the Warburg family; correspondence; and documents related to the Quaker school Eerde in Ommen, the Netherlands, and the forced sale of the business Firma Jonas Bing. The papers also include family photograph albums including pre-war, wartime, and post-war photographs of the Sonneborn family, Stern family, and Bing family.
5 oversize boxes
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Monica Luke
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Irene Hutton discusses her family history in Germany; the lives of assimilated Jews in prewar Germany; different views on what is means to be Jewish among Jews; her experience with American antisemitism; and her first postwar trip back to Germany where at the Frankfurt airport she was “struck dumb” and lost the ability to speak German as a reaction to perceived German arrogance.