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Stefan and Grete Klinger collection

Document | Accession Number: 2011.375.1

Consists of documents, correspondence, telegrams, receipts, and forms related to the Holocaust experiences of Dr. Stefan and Grete Klinger, originally of Vienna, Austria. Includes extensive correspondence by Cecile Krall Elson, Mrs. Klinger's sister, in her attempts to sponsor the immigration of the Klingers, and documentation related to Stefan Klinger's internment in the St. Cyprien internment camp and their immigration to the United States in January 1942.
Correspondence related to the experience of Stefan and Grete Klinger, refugees of Vienna, Austria who were able to flee in 1942 with the assistance of Grete's sister Cecile Krall Elson, who worked to sponsor and bring the Klingers to the United States.

Date
1938-1945  (inclusive)
Language
English
French
German
Extent
1 box
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Judie "Sunny" Hoffman, Susan Chidakel, and Wende Hoffman
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Record last modified: 2018-07-17 10:41:42
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