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    Collection of documents, photographs, and correspondence illustrating Alfred and Herta Gotthilf Levy and their son Heinz. Included are receipts and correspondence between Alfred Levy and his colleague Andreas van Mierlo, who sent packages to the family in Vught, s'Hertogenbosch, and Westerbork concentration camps between 1943-1945; post-war correspondence concerning Heinz, who survived, mainly to the van Mierlo family from Klara Gotthilf, Heinz's maternal grandmother in Switzerland; and accounting, through an attorney of possessions left in Edem, the Netherlands upon the family's deportation from there in 1943.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Michael Lowenthal

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    1 folder

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    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum collection in 2014 by Michael Lowenthal.
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