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Kibel and Pollaczek families collection

Document | Accession Number: 2011.246.1

The Kibel and Pollaczek families collection consist of correspondence, identification documents, and immigration documents related to the Kibel family, originally of Vienna, Austria and the Pollaczek family, originally of Berlin, Germany. The correspondence is between Robert and Therese Kibel and their sons, Otto, Fritz, and Walter Kibel, who had escaped Austria in 1938. The correspondence begins in 1938 and ends in 1941 when Robert and Therese Kibel were deported from Vienna to the Opole ghetto. The collection also includes immigration documents related to Fritz Kibel. The collection also includes identification and immigration documents related to the Pollaczek family. Mathildea Pollaczek married Fritz Kibel in Argentina.

inclusive:  1930-1970
1 box
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Irene Kibel
Record last modified: 2023-02-24 13:37:56
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