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    Collection Summary
    The collection consists of a portfolio of sketch reproductions, Le Struthof Natzwiller, correspondence, documents, and photographs relating to the experiences of Manfred Hillmann (later Fred Hillman) and his family in Germany and Poland before and during the Holocaust, and of Manfred as a prisoner in Buchenwald and several other concentration camps during the Holocaust and then as a resident of Zeilsheim displaced persons camp in Germany after the war.
    The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2012 by Theodore A. Feintuch, the cousin of Fred Hillman.
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    Manfred Hillmann papers

    Document | Accession Number: 2012.71.1

    inclusive:  1927-1996

    Portfolio cover for a set of 15 reproduced sketches by a French artist and concentration camp prisoner

    Object | Accession Number: 2012.71.2

    depiction: Struthof (Concentration camp); Natzwiller (France)
    publication: Offenburg (Germany)
    depiction:  1944 April-1944 September
    publication/distribution:  1946
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