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Eckstein and Haneman family papers

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    Eckstein and Haneman family papers


    Collection of photographs, documents, and correspondence relating to the Haneman family from Berlin, who immigrated to Shanghai in 1939; Ruth Haneman was the donor's biological mother. Among the documents are Japanese visas; registration documentation; passports; and a death announcement for Charlotte Hanemen from the "Shanghai Jewish Chronicle," dated September 10, 1944. The collection also includes material concerning the Echstein (donor's) maternal adoptive family, which immigrated to the United States from Ratno, Poland; includes photographs; letters; and a Ketubah between Yutta Itka Kwasznik and Shlomo Samuel Eckstein (donor's adoptive grandparents), signed in Ratno, Poland on June 15, 1906.
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Samuel Veta

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    4 folders
    2 oversize folders

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    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2012 by Samuel Veta.
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