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Brunner and Albin family collection

Document | Accession Number: 2011.326.1

Consists of a collection of identity cards, documents, and immigration paperwork related to Robert and Alice Albin Brunner, originally of Vienna, Austria. Includes documentation related to their 1938 immigration to Bolivia, and immigration in 1944 to the United States. Also includes one typed testimony, 5 pages, written by Peter Brunner in 2011. In the testimony, Mr. Brunner describes his parents' Holocaust experiences; this testimony was prepared to assist Mr. Brunner in obtaining Austrian citizenship. Also includes pre-war, wartime, and post-war photographs of the Brunner and Albin families in Vienna, Bolivia, the United States, Frankfurt, the Opole concentration camp, the Rivesaltes internment camp, Bulgaria, and London. Includes pre-war correspondence from Alice Albin's mother (in Prague) to the couple, and post-war correspondence (circa 1986-1987) from Alice Albin Brunner's sister, Grete Brewer, living in London, and from her cousin, Richard, in Haifa.

inclusive:  2011
1 box
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Peter Brunner
Record last modified: 2021-11-23 09:39:35
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