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Hanna Gutman papers

Document | Accession Number: 2011.274.1

The Hanna Gutman papers comprise documents and photographs concerning Hanna Gutman, a Jewish secretary originally from Zagórze, Poland and a survivor of five concentration camps. This collection primarily documents her restitution claims and her life-long struggle with severe panic and anxiety as a result of her experiences in the Holocaust. Also included in this collection is a series of correspondence and photographs and papers collected by Gutman in the years immediately following the war and her subsequent arrival in the United States. Among these materials are her health identification card, certificates stating she was a political prisoner, police registration forms, and a progress report for the Naturalization Council in Kansas City, among others.

Date
1945-2000  (inclusive)
Language
German
Hebrew
Polish
Extent
.8 linear ft..
Extent
2 boxes
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Valerie Gerstein
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Record last modified: 2017-09-12 11:50:26
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