Miriam Klein photographs
The Miriam Klein photographs depict the Reinharz, Sturm, and Schech families in Przemyśl before the war; the Banasiewicz family who hid members of the Reinharz family during the war; the Reinharz family in Sweden after the war; and Miriam Klein's late husband, Berek Dov Klein.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Miriam Reinharz Klein
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Also in Miriam Reinharz Klein collection
The collection consists of photographs and two prayer books relating to the experiences of the Reinharz, Sturm, and Schech families before the Holocaust in Przemysl, Poland, and after the Holocaust in Sweden; photographs of the Banasiewicz family who hid Mr. and Mrs. Reinharz and their son Samek; and photographs of Berek Dov Klein, originally from Chrzanow, who survived Auschwitz and Buchenwald concentration camps.
Siddur with inscription, one of two (see 2011.286.3) that belonged to Miriam Reinharz. One prayer book was taken by Miriam from the Przemysl ghetto and used when she went into hiding in a convent. The other belonged to her mother, Berta, and was recovered after the war in Przemysl.
Siddur, one of two (see 2011.286.2) that belonged to Miriam Reinharz. One was taken by Miriam from the Przemysl ghetto and used when she went into hiding in a convent. The other belonged to her mother, Berta, and recovered after the war in Przemysl.