Ergas family collection
Consists of one folder of correspondence sent from Albert Ergas in Thessaloniki, Greece, to his brother, Jack Ergas, in New York City, between 1945-1946. In the letters, written in Ladino, Mr. Ergas describes the family's experiences during the Holocaust which most of the family spent in hiding, the economic and emotional situation of the Jews in post-war Greece, and the family's business and property. Includes photographs of the Ergas family building and a restitution claim put forward by Jack Ergas for the family's property in Turkey which was confiscated during the war.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Shaari Ergas
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