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Max and Ruth Levi Eis family and the Kronthal family collection

Collection
Collection Summary
The collection consists of a wreath, correspondence, documents, photographs, and publications relating to the experiences of Max Eis and his family in Mainz, Germany, before the Holocaust, in Theresienstadt labor camp-ghetto during the Holocaust, and after their respective immigrations to the United States and also to the experiences of the Levi and Kronthal families in Mainz and Breslau, Germany, before the Holocaust, in several concentration camps during the Holocaust, and after their respective immigrations to the United States.
Provenance
The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2012 by Regina Lackner, the daughter of Max and Ruth Levi Eis.
Date
1867-2010
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Levi, Kronthal, and Eis families papers

Document | Accession Number: 2012.444.1

Date
1867-2010
Levi, Kronthal, and Eis families papers

Oak leaf wreath separated into sections awarded prewar to a Jewish youth for swimming across the Rhine River

Object | Accession Number: 2012.444.2 a-e

Geography
received : Mainz (Germany : Landkreis)
Date
1933-approximately 1937
Oak leaf wreath separated into sections awarded prewar to a Jewish youth for swimming across the Rhine River

Handmade storybook

Object | Accession Number: 2012.444.3 a-d

Handmade storybook
 
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