Rose Greenbaum papers
Documents illustrating the experiences of Rose Eiseman Greenbaum, her husband Morris Greenbaum, her sister Sara Eisman Malinowski and her brother-in-law John Malinowski in the Eschwege DP camp in Germany. Morris was originally born in Lublin, Poland. John, Sara and Rose were from Łódź, Poland. Rose and Morris both survived Auschwitz, and Sara and John survived in Russia.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Myles B. Bogner
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Also in Rose Greenbaum collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Rose Greenbaum and her family during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
The Rose Greenbaum papers consists of 16 photographs depicting the Feldafing displaced persons camp in Germany; an identification card issued to Rose Eisman (Rose Greenbaum’s mother) in the ghetto in Łódź (Litzmannstadt), Poland; an identification card issued to Rose Greenbaum at the Feldafing DP camp; and postcards sent to Rose Greenbaum's family in the Soviet Union from the Litzmannstadt ghetto.