Korenblit family papers
Documents related to the experiences of Max (Majer) and Mania Korenblit, and their son Szlome, at the Eggenfelden displaced persons camp in Germany, 1946-1950, as well as a mimeographed program issued by the IRO to refugees who travelled to the United States by way of Venezuela on the U.S.N.S. General Langfitt, March 1950. Documents from Eggenfelden include identification cards, a document attesting to the legitimization of the birth of Szlome Nagelstein, after the marriage of his parents, Max and Mania Korenblit, 1947; a savings bank book; a drivers licens;, innoculation documents; a form documenting payments to be made by Max Korenblit after an accident in Eggenfelden, and a testimony from Mania Korenblit in 1949, describing her experiences in concentration camps during World War II.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Mike Korenblit
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Collection of approximately 33 photographic prints and copy prints relating to the Nagelsztajn and Kornblit families from Hrubieszow, Poland. Mania and Majer survived the Hrubieszow ghetto, the Budzyn camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau, and many others. Their experiences are described in the book "Until We Meet Again" written by their son, Michael Korenblit [donor].
Contains documents illustrating the postwar experiences of Manja and Majer Korenblit and their son Szlama in the Eggenfeld displaced persons camp in Germany, and their immigration to the United States in 1950.