Annemarie Warschauer papers
The Annemarie Warschauer papers document the pre-war lives of the Israelski, Munter, and Warschauer families in Berlin, Germany and as refugees in Shanghai, China during the Holocaust. The collection includes biographical material, immigration papers, a small amount of correspondence, restitution papers, and photographs. Materials include passports, birth and marriage certificates, Yahrzeit memorial books, forced labor documents, restitution paperwork, dental profession papers, immigration and naturalization papers, and family photographs.
The biographical material includes passports, driver’s licenses, birth, marriage, and death certificates. The immigration papers primarily contain ship tickets and naturalization papers. The correspondence includes a letter from Egon’s parents in 1943, and a letter from Egon to the AUFBAU newspaper regarding his parents in 1945. The restitution papers include some testimonial documents about Annemarie’s time in forced labor camps and numerous photocopies of identification papers. The photographs include photos of Anna Munter’s relatives in the Hirschensohn family, Egon and Annemarie’s wedding, the Alexanders’ Rittergut Starpel estate, and a group photograph with Erwin Warschauer in it.
1 oversize box
1 oversize folder
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Annemarie Warschauer and the Estate of Annemarie Warschauer
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