Malka Lea Pattison papers
Contains two passes from the Goerlitz forced labor camp issued to Nathan Kalmanowicz in 1944; four handwritten memoirs by Nathan Kalmanowicz c. 1980; and a memoir dictated by Chana Fajner Kalmanowicz, c. 1992-3.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Malka Lea Kalmanowicz Pattison
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Also in Malka Lea Kalmanowicz Pattison collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Malka Lea Kalmanowicz Pattison's family during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Contains photographs of the Fajner and Kalmanowicz families in Łódź before the war. Inlcudes images of the Kalmanowicz family with son Mordechai Joel Max, born in 1946, and friends in the Bergen-Belsen and Bad Reichenhal DP camps; Kalmanowicz family in Scranton, PA with their youngest daughter, Malka. Also includes a pass issued to Natan Kalmanowicz on June 4, 1945 permitting him to travel from Goerlitz to Łódź; in Polish and Russian; letters written by Natan to Hana in 1945-1946 in Polish and Yiddish; and memoirs written in English, dated 1970s.