Books and Published Materials
- Object Type
Yiddish language--Newspapers (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Leah and Rachel Drozdowicz
Newspaper with an article about the experiences of Cypa (Chana) Gorodecka and her family in German occupied Poland during the Holocaust.
Record last modified: 2019-02-11 12:07:00
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Also in Cypa Gorodecka Drozdowicz family collection
The collection consists of correspondence, documents, Yiddish newspapers, and photographs relating to the experiences of Cypa Gorodecka and her family and the Drozdowicz family in prewar Janów Podolski and Warsaw, Poland, and after the war in Israel and Poland.
Date: approximately 1930-1992
False Birth Certificate and Kennkarte: used by Cypa Gorodecka (donors' paternal grandmother); Collection of Photographs: images depicting Gorodecki family in Janów Podolski and in Warsaw before the war, images of Drozdowicz family, Chana Gorodecka, Rywka-Jadzia Gorodecka Gothelf and her family after the war in Poland and Israel; Collection of correspondence: between Chana Gorodecka in Israel and Adam (real name: Adam Gutgisser) and Krysia Drozdowicz (real name: Cypa Gorodecka) in Poland; Photographs: Piotr Chaim Gorodecki and his sister at the grave of Chana Gorodecka and Dr. Kannabus in Warsaw, dated c. 1992; Identification: of Krysia Drozdowicz, dated c. 1956